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BOOK AND JOB
Every Wednesday Morning,
AT per Axarcat.
Mailt) to Ferelcn Snbrrlbr at 1JJO.
Omn-On Merchant street, west oX
he Post OSce, HoatJnlo, H. I.
rrimtel aad rViiW tj J. Mcrr Sun, t the
CnKianl Pratiar Oelre. to haa aa beatnese
cccamwakatisBA antbt mdt ini!
panrrms mpmMm i
THE "GAIBTTE" OfTHS
It now prepared to eirewte aH order tar
hid hi mi niiiii.
Or ET8RT DKMX1TTI0X,
-WITH JTEATXHSS AND DISPATCH
VOL. 1Y NO. 24.
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1868.
6.00 PEft YEAB.
BUSINESS NOTICES. j
HcCOLGAX Jc joinsox,
FORT STREET. HOKOLTJLTJ.
10 Opposite T. C. limit''' P?
UIPOKTCIt A DEAIXR
15 BOOTS, SHOES t GESTIEEX"S THE-
CniTT.rF.rt nnd Jllereunnt Streets,
j hoxolcix, . i. Pr
LANGLET, CHOWELL & CO.,
Cor. Haitrry and Clay Street
K.J JMIA'CIJiCO, CAX-
GBOCESf AHD SHI? CHA5DLEB,
ilocrr uj Eecrusts furnished to ship oa
II. I .WILLS,
(late JuU. Cnn 1 Ofc.
MF0ETE2 A C0JQOSSI05 XESCHABT
Ueyds uJ the Liverpool Cadtmites,
Xoxthern Assurance Company, and
British mod Foreign Mariae Iasurance Co.
Tort Street, opposite Odd Fellows' KtH.
Give particwler attention to the repair of
Fire Arms. Sewing Machines, k Lochs.
J)nxif4 of JUacaiaery, fe. wade to Qrdtr.
j. c. picxsex-
Xiewers & Dickson,
I2tPOKTKS, WHOLESALE XSD
Retail Dealers in Lamber and BaiHtag
Materials. Fort. King and Merchant streets.
J. s. VAJJCXX.
S. C. ALUS.
WAIEEB & A1LE5,
Skipping aad Commission
IWf HONQLCLtr, H. X.
L. L. TORBERT,
DEAixa nr ltjhbeb akd etest edtd
OF BCIXSIXG lTTT?.TAL
Orncr Comer Qteen and Fert Streets-13-ly
Bolles & Co.,
STTTP CHAXDLEES A COX31ISSI05 XES
CEA5TS, Qaeen Street, particular attention paid to the
parchase and sale of HawaSas Prodnce.
mar mas sr mnsiHU to
C A. traBaca A Co., C. Brewer A Co..
Cajele A Cooke. H. Haekfeld A Co.,
O. C VTaUrsua, I CL-Eiehards A Co.,
. George G. Hoive,
Ooaler is Eedwood aad Sorti'wtitLszibor,
- Shiszies, Soars. Sash. Blinds, Sails,
" Paiati, tte
At his Old Stand oa the Esplanade. ZS-lj
JIKSi. J. II. BLACK,
Fancy Mminer, 1
TOST SI-, BETWEE5 EZ5G & EOTEL. j
Boanets made ap aad trimmed in the latest
styles. Stamping, Braiding and Em- :
broidertag. exeeated to order.
IJCPOEXEB, A DEAIES 15 PEOTI3I0XS
ASO C03OOSSI0X XEZCZA5T.
acxxt ra rax
HitTra Scgar Company.
Sale of Kawaihao Potatoes.
Fert Street. Hemoials. S-ly
r. A. SCII4KFER A: CO-,
nOCCQlXLT. H. I. CSS-lj) ,
Ed. HoSjchiaeger & Co,
-nCP02TEES A C03OOSSI0X3IESCEA5TS
Henotglg. Oaha, H. I. 4-1 J I
A. S. Cleslioni, '
TEOLESAXE A BEXAXL DEALES IS GEX
tt ,t. MTBrn,,mrsT;t j
Fire-proof Store, corner of Qaeen aad Eaaha-,
Itetall KstablLshmect on Xssann Street.
, Tlieodore C. Heuck,
'XaCPOBZES & COJOOSSIOS 3EESXHAST.
H.aohla. Oaha. S. L I-Iy
JB. Haekfeld Sc. Co.,
Hoaotala. Oaha, S. L S-ly
J. D. WICKE,
JLjgent for tlae Bremen Board
or CadenrrilM. j
r All areragt claims against said ITcderrriters,
- occaniar- ia or aboot this Kingdom, will
1...- Hr. K-,j rr- T.lT
(TDXXnSIQS HE3CHA5T ASD 'HH'sT
. v AGEXT,
- Paakaa aad Aaiaaala Sagxr PlaatatioBS.
Importer of Teas aad other Chtsese aad For- i
eiga uoo4s- aao. n aoiesaie iMair ia na
waSaa Prodaec. at th Fire-proof Sure,
Xaaaaa Street, below- King. 2I-Iy
Afou? & Acliuck,
Laprters,'Srialesi and. Be tail Sealen ia
6aral Xtrcisasis and. Cjinra Gssds,
Fire-proot Siare ia Sanaaa Street, sader the
, WX. KTAX.
TinxTr sxoxx ars. 2,
AS. kinds of Xereaaadise aad Groceries.
JEWELER AND ENGRAVER
XK. J- C4STA
Is .a rw prepared taxecata with promptaesa
aS-KTjrk: in his L of bosines, saeh as
Wavtcal and Clack Repairing;
ITi" ' SfanwBarCaoCnir; JowrelrT-.
il mat KngraTing.
Shop ca Fnt Street, opposite Oil FeUaws'
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
la Fashionable Clothing. Hits, Cirt. Boots
and Snocs, and every variety of Gentle-
teen's Superior Fnraishiag Goods.
E. M. VAN REED,
Haviag Ue best facilities through an iatimaie
e. p. ad.uis.
Fire-Proof Store. Robinson s Building, Vueen
Street, Uenelula. 1-ly
JOHN S. McCREW, M. D.,
FFICE Orcr Dr. K- Hoffmann's
Drug Stare, corner of Kaahumaau and
Merchant sts., opposite the Post 02ee.
Residence on Chaplaia Street, between Fort
acd Xanana Streets.
OrncE Hcxs ton S to 10 a. . ; from 3
CONTRACTOR AM) UU1LUKH,
Honolnlo. II. I.
Shop en the Esriaoade, opposite Court Hease.
C. S. BARTOW,
AIT CSX OCT EES..
Eales-Booni, Qaeea Street,ne
?OBI7 It PA5Y,
And Commissioner of Deedsij T.cekmaaAco., - -
. ctereas, laker A Co., - - -
TOK TKE STATI Or CiXHOKMA.
Office at the Bijrc or Bishop A CO.
CtWTISrrES TO PRACTICE AS A
Sebeicor. Atternej", aad Procter in the
Sapreme Cocrt, in Law, Equity. Admiralty,
Probate aad Direrce. 3t
H. A. WIDEMANN,
Ornct at rax Ismjuea DtrAaixxsr.
J. P. HUGHES,
OP AUl. KIJfDS OF SAJJDI.ERT.
Carriaro Trimming dene with neatness and
. . " , ,ih,ij.i
dispca. AH enlers P"f P'dTti'0;.
SAMUEL C. WILDER,
Post-0ce address, "VTvLttx. Pxastatioi,"
T-tf) Eealoa, Oahn. .
NEVILLE & BARRETT,
Planters & General Store Keepers 1
EEOPTTEA, S. EOXA. EAVAIL ,
(Xear Eealakekaa Bay.)
Island prodaee bought. Ships saFplied with
Woo-1, Eeef ard other ncessaries.
Ageat at Hoaofala- . i- S. Ctxeaoai.
CHAUNCEY C. BENNETT,"
Dealer ia Sewsjajeu, Xxgacau. Period
Fort Street, near King,
M. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
EKPOETEBS AXD TVHOLESALE
Dealers in Fashionable Clothing
Hats, Caps, Boots andSnoes.and erery xariety
of Gentlemen's raperiorfnrnishing roods.
STORE IN MAKEE'S BL-OCIC.
Qaeen Mrtct, Honolulu, Oann.
nrr.i, riCX. H. A. F. CI1TTI
C BREWER A: CO.
COM3HISSI0N AND SHIPPmG
Hoaotnln. Cank. II-1-AGBSTS
Of the Button and Hoaolnln
ACZJTS-For tne Xakee, ffallnlni and
tne Pnrcnase and Sale of
Jons JL Hooo, Esq. .Xew Toric
Chas. Barwia & Co. p-.
J. C Mxajuxx & Co. )
B. S-'CWAis & Co. VSaaFraaetseo.
Chas. WAixOTBBOOE,Eq. ) S-ty
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Importer xad Kaier of all Kiadi of
SABDLEEY. HAEJ5ESS. &c
Carriazes trimmed Tritlt ceaines and dia
patdi. AS repairs dose will cars and
SHOP OS 1-OBT 5TBFTT.
Xeit doer to X. M. Smith & Co's Droz Store.
X B. A choice lot of Ladies Superior
Saddle a hand. 43
J. H. THOMPSON,
iio.toLCtr, u. i.
oatand and tor sale, a good
TUKVIHBn t-s. mas I
Best Blacltsmitli-s Coal.
At the Lo wrest ifirkrt Tlitxs SS-lj
szrFPrsG aid ccxuseiair agxxt,
0ee with E. P. Adamr, Esq-,
mTEE-T STREET, HeX&I.rT,rZ
Geo. XrpaLcmat,CXwra.CIrtnr A Co.
a-mnsiH. i i waLEsraaiiea.
Xaca.KcaaraACa. 'C-P. A
i BUSINESS NOTICES.
j TTAS JUST UKCE1VED per China
fl Pacict, ma Invoke of
PEIME Iff ATeTT.A CIGABS,
, cSmi x. thf . Mltt ,.
ALSO, OX HAXD,
Tlic II-!.t Itrandst or Siuukin;
, 22 ana CLicirln Tobacco. 1m
a, w. umua
c. a. cxixx.
1 SEVERANCE, CLAEK & CO.,
j SHIPPING AGENTS,
I francUco, Cala.
fTe will attead to the sale of Sngar, and all
hiads of Island Prodsce, also to the pcrchas
! ing aad forwarding of Merehaadise.
CjlsU Adrmnceo made on Conslgn
U menta. Cm
j. c imit,
H'GRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
THTAVIXm been euat'd in our
i i preseat onsiness xor upwards oi serea
j Teas, aad being located in a Fire-proof Brick
' Bonding, we are prepared to receive and dis
pose of Island Staples, each as Ssgar, Bice,
' Sjraps, Pala, Oocee, etc., to adrantage.
Caasigameats especial; solicited for the Ore
gon Marhet, to which personal attention win
I be paid, and epon which cash adraaees win
, be made when required.
Chas. TT. Brooks A Co., - - Saa Francisco.
Aldrieh, MerriU A Co.,
Badger A Licdeaberger, - - "
Jas. ratnex A Co.,
j Alien A Lewis, Portland.
iMi ! Anion, - -
, Lonard A Green,
" i S. Saridge, - - -
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
appointed agents for the San Francisco
Board ot Underwriters, representing the
California. Iiworaitcc Company,
2Iercnanta Iutuat 3Iarlne Ins. Co-,
Pacific Insurance Company.
CallTornla Uoyd'a, and
Home Jlntnallnsnranee Compajiy.
Be? lcare to inform Masters of Vessels and
the public generally, that all loesee sustained
by Vessels and Cargoes, insnred by either of
tcc "O companies apuns! pcrtu ortfie
seasaad other.nsks.atornear the scxeral
, Sandwich. liSnds, Zed Kt t UxtTitUdby
Is&ads, mil Kan to be vrrijled by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
G. VT. 1VORTOIN' & CO.
C00PEES AND GAUGEES,
AT THE XEW STAXD
AT.T. WOSS US' OTXK. ZJXfE
At the Shop next to the Cnstom Honse, where
we caa oe- fonad at all -working boors.
WE UAYZ 05 BASS AM TOB. SAXX
OLE CASKS A2TD BAEEELS,
Of dierent sires, new and old, which we will
sell at the rery
LOWEST 3IAIUET RATES.
All work done y a thorongh manner, and
warranted to gire satisfaction.
Tccls far Sale. - 12&n
John Nott & Co.,
COPPER & m SMITHS,
TxKE PLEASURE IS AXXOUXC
inc to the sablie that they are prepared
to famish all kinds of Corrza Woax, consist-
Jag ia part, of STILLS. STRIKE PASS;
SURGHJJl PASS. WOBJfS, PCXPS, Jtr.
Also oa hand, a fall assortment of T
i 'Wakx, which we offer for sale at the lowest
1 ALL EriTDS Or SEPAJBIXG DOSE
WITH SEATSESS ASD DISPATCH.
Orders from the other Islands will meet
with prompt attention.
Kaahamana Street, one door abore Flit-
Piano Maker & Tuner,
OFFERS- HIS SERVICES
for Bepairinr and Taning Piano.
hariar the best of S triors aad
Orders left at the Family Drag Store, Cor
ner ol rcrt and. IoteI Street, will meet wna
mucediate attenta. IS-3m
CRATES OF KIEAUEA, HAWAII.
3 THIS ESTABI.ISmiflXT ISA
iw ocea for the reeeptn of risitorsC
to the Voleaao, wio may rely ea Sadar eom-
fortabU rooms, a good table, aad prompt at-
always ia readiness.
STEAK ASS STJLFBTJ3 SAXES I
Series Graired aad Stabled if Desired.
Parties Tisitiag thl Voleaao ria Hilo, can
procure naih warranted ta make the jenr
ney, by D- H. Hrrcaeocx. Esq HUo. 15-Iy
t IICESSED SE3PPI5G AGE5T,
CBXttXKlES tfae bnjIne- on
his old plan ef settling with ceers aad
seamen immediately: a their shiepxag at his
t Harmg no ctcseetiaa, either direct or
indirect, with aay intfltffng estahGthmeat,
aad. allowing a deliti to I collected at his
fica ha hopes to gi p as good safitfactfea ta
the fatare as he haa ia the pari. "
tS-Oftee en St. Kobisaoa A Co.'s Vharf,
aear the C S. Caaaslatc.
Hoaaiala, Jfarei fS", li7. 51-3a
iUtag specific appropriatioaf r the nsa of
the Gorerament, daring the V9 years which
will end with the thirty.first tly of March,
in the year one thousand eighthnndred aad
Ex IT X5ACTKB, If tie 13, o' tkt Lrjitla
tree AtmtUf f lie iawalit Jtlamdt, im
U Ltyitlmtmrm f lie XtmyJotmutemUtd :
Sictio!i 1. The following saej, amounting
to Oae Million, Xiae Thoasaad.ix Hundred
aad Fitly Dollars aad FortyJlre Cents,
($t,0W,6iOJ5,J" are heeby app'rpriated out
of any money ia the Treasury, I i the serrice
of the Bieaaial Fiscal Period, tommencing
with April 1st, 1S6S, and endiagjwith March
31, 1S:0. Ta : 1
OXIL LIST. j
lib MhtT. Prirj Pure, aaJ Kijal Stto. .Mi,0CX) 00
m Stajwty's Chamtperlata mai Mretxy.. 5,UU0 00
Km Xjstj Own Kalana. L...t AOOO 00
lltr Mjntj Quran Emma. I... 1,000 W
Ills Uifiinn. 31. Keksaaam 7. . . . M
LEGISLATCRE AND MOTT C0CCIL.
Ezpeasw of the krlsbrare -Ui,0OO 00
Secretary of Priiy Cooaefl, is each meet
In; 200 CO
Qgnpltiax ever of FriTj Council records. COO CO
SUUdoery aad InddenUls of dr. 10O 00
Salary cf Chaocethw aad Chief Justice tlVOOO CO
lit AiuociAt Jmtirr Sc. Ctoort. . (000 00
" UA5ociit Jostico .. S 3 00
" Qrrcit JoJe, Oahn 1X0 00
" Orcsit Jalpw, UawaiL 5.00 00
Pnmded, toweTer, If the Circuit Jl at
Illij retain tae ofice aad pay cf IjeuL
Goraoor. aad Clerk, he shall act draw
the par of J odre.
SaUry of Crcnit JqJ. ItaoL S, 100 O
TraTcHficlMDM cf do 300 I
Salaryof Omit Jodre, Kaaii S.00O 00 1
TemporarT reonsioa K una. l. autuews .uw w
Salary of Polio. Justice, Ilooolulx.
" " HBo.
" Clerk Circuit Cctrt. al J. C
" 1st OerkOrcuit Court, MJ.C.
- SiOrk "
V OrkCIrcolt Court, 4th circuit..
V CI ci I. Supremo Court .. ...
" Inurpretrr ... ....... .
Exreos of Scrreoe CvorG. inetoling ex
penses ct wttaesses ia crizBiaal caws... i,000 00
Expenses cf L limit Cvurt. za circuit. In-
dnllng traniie; espexe of Court 10 00
Expenses Circuit Cocrt 2d circuit. Incrg do 1.5C0 00
" 4th circuit incTg do OM 00
Statanery Supreme and Circuit Courts 200 CO
Pooceaod CUtrict Courts S00 00
Purchase of Law EocXs 500 00
Salary District JivLre, Puna, Uawa COO 00
Kau, nan3 6CO CO
" " Ji.Kona, Hawaii... KO CO
" " S. Kooa, lliwiii. . . OX) 00
" " N. Kchala, Hawaii. . 6U0 00
- S. KohaU, Hawaii.. CD0 CO
" " Himakua, UawaO.. 600 CO
" ' -HaBaka, Maui.. .. TOO 10
- " Hakawao, JUuL.... tut CO
" " Hana, Maui SCO 00
" " Kaum. Maui 600 TO
" IsIaadcfLasal 400 00
" bUudofMokkal... 600 00
" " Ewa.aad Waianae,
ba,Ovtu. 600 00
" Kmbjrxta, Omhn. . 600 00
" " nauaM and Anaho-
b,Kuai... TOO 00
" " Lihue, Kauai 600 00
" " Koka,KauaI COO CO
" " ' ffiaaa, Ktr.ti 60OCO
rjEPAKXMIST Or rOKEIGN ATTAIES AND WAB-
Saiary of Minirter. f 10,000 00
" SreUry. 4,000 00
- U. X. Cltirre f AIiir-, LorKion 1,600 00
Omce Expense foretga Areutl 1000 GO
Pwtaje aad laddentals 10U) 00
ExpeoMS of loreiga Mlaoos ....... 5,000 00
Support cflliEUry. . S,S3S 00
DEPAKTMEST Or THE INTERIOR.
Salary cf Minister 10,000 00
1st Clerk 4,0X 00
51 Clerk 1,000 00
" GoTfrnorcf Oaha . 3,000 00
" Goieruorcf Maut 3,600 00
" GoTemess tf IlawU 2,000 00
" GoeeracrefKauat 1400 00
" HcutenaatorenMrof Hawaa 100i 00
" GoTtrDoc'sCIelk Oahu COO 01
" " JUuL SOO 00
" " EawaiL 10 O CO
" EauaL COO 00
" Postmarter-General 5,000 CO
" 1st Clerk .. 1400 00
SlCIerk " SHOO
" Postmasters upon Hiwaii MO 00
" JIaal 1,000 CO
" " Basal 400 00
Psycf MsBCaroars, ftCO CO
Pay cf Road Superrtiora. 9,0U) CO
Purchase cfKood Stock. 1,500 CO
Eoad 0aaaxcs 1000 W
Roads and BriJxca ia Puna, HswaS.. . 1,000 CO
- - Kau - 1H 01
" " HaunkuJv" 6,000 00
" " from EawaIHe to WaS-
mea, Hani! 4,000 CO
" " Cbutiarentfcrllawau. 5,000 O)
" " ia Isbama, JL1 3,000 OI
" " other rarttcfMaai, 7,900 CO
- - Vjmd f Ooha... . 7,13 CO
Openm;cf Sduxistla Qcsolala 1000 CO
Improentent of LBiaa t-. " 1000 CO
Roads and En-Ires Island cfEasai 1,000 O)
Scovoa Waime River. 4 01
Bjmdi at Ealaspapa, Island cf Miikal.. 500 00
GoTtraracnt Sorreriar. 3,000 00
Expenses Surrermy euanu Pafi.. ICO CO
IaterpretinzaodTrxsilatme; ... .- 1,000 00
Royal Palace 60,000 CO
Royal Xausolcwaa 3,000 CO
Pay tf Keeper of do. CtO 00
New-SalMteCHnernmentOtacis IflCB CO
New PojtoCce. 90 CO
Storehouse fcr ComhosrJMM IV5CO CO
SrCirsef GoversntestBsBags. 10,010 00
Rent tf GoTimmeut OSces. 2.400 00
Masseastrs 1,144 00
New Luckrp at statknAocue li00 CO
C-urt-hruM aad L.)cfc-np, Wtimta, Ilaw 3,00)00
lockup at Koolaupoko. Oaha - 00-00
Gorernmeat Ubuae at tSSo (,000 CO
Court-souse aad Lock-up at Ku, HawaD. 1,600 00
" " Makawso,31uj. U00
" " Molokai lDO CO
ITtratrf, Easai. MTO CO
Salary cf Jailor cf Oaha Prison 3,000 CO
Sepport of peuoners t JOOO CO
Government Prfatmg. 11000 09
nzraawGCaocasirfioe'tuorary. l, in LJ
Wctahts and Measures. Iafenor OSce. 250 CO
expenses of Board af-BaalO 4VM CO
- Insane Asylum .. 13,000 00
Aid to Queen! Hospital and Pabtie lM-
pensanes . 10,000 00
Eocourajesient cf AricuituTeand Imnrs-
sjatim. ..s S0JK0 00
Water Seperrisor aad Clerk cf Market... SjGCO CO
Expenses cf Bureau of Hater Works... 3MI CO
Enlarzemeot of Waterworks SQCO) CO
Sew- Wharres aad rei airs cfWaanes iV 00
-tew- aart at SawErrOI. aacai. sat CO
Drcdpsf Hocotsla Barbur. 10,600 CO
New Scow ffjr Dueirfrer-
Steamer Pete, wsrkfmr expenses ..
AserawssadBoDyr. . ....
BoatLaodlaxat HUo .
Safes Ix- GoTrrafin" Oder at IXswaa,
nam ana . ...t
Ligat-house at Ucrwiiria. .
" H2d- .
Expenses cf do. Uouclala..... 1,400 00
i O CO
Li-axa &t Lahaiaa. ..... .
ire Pepartneat cf HfeWn.'a, .
ir. .iiiTfir runs lie.
Cuatmi-Bisajf &u jr and Guards.
Atablaut 6uard at 4a, and etber ports..
CeCWcfiaraad Ilartiurssaaser, Eawsiaae
Pay of Asaesaon ( act to exraed I per reat.1
iiifcionawHi iiw layer cenaj
I&wcsat Pead ffrJuttadrraiitl.
tat-eaal Debt f JTngl-
Iatarestanm Satteat .
IatgT-T.'inrf Staaa r,jigr.-. , .. , , , , ,
laddentals of Irarttoent 1,500 00
Capald Salaries 562 50
CUlm of Ioal. 22 M
ATTORN ET GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
Salary of Attorney General 110.000 00
- Clerk to do 1400 00
IocKleutaU aud IraTeUnr expeu.es 1,000 00
Salary efXartlef tbeKiaedom. 6,000 00
" SheriirofUawaU 4,000 00
" SheriffofMaul 4,000 00
" Sheriff of Kauai 1000 00
Clwkof Saerurof UawaU 1,000 00
" Clerk of SherX of Maul 1.000 00
Apreehcn.kei of cruntoals 3,000 00
Police cf Hooolsiu and other parts of the
Iiland of OOia.aadDeroty Constables.. 37.6S0 00
roMce ef Maut 7,644 45
" Hawaii. 8,560 00
" Kauai 3,500 CO
IncMentaucf PoUce serrice 1,009 CO
BUREAU OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
Salary of Inspector-General 4,000 00
Clerk of Bureau. 3,000 00
Support of Hawaiian A EusUsh Schools,
,tc, indudini; Lahainaluna. . ...... 33,000 00
Support of Gorerament Common Schools In
dMtitute districts 11,000 00
Priatinr School Boots 5,250 00
Statkeerr and Inddestals. 600 CO
Reformatory School 5,000 00
Purchase of Rdormatory School Premises. 3,600 00
Sutlduis; new School II louses forComsMO
Scaools 6,200 00
Endowment cf Scholare'ps In Oahu CoDsre 360 00
Inttreit on school Fund 5,125 00
for medical education of Hawaiian Tooth. 4,000 00
CirU List .". S 50,000 00
Permanent SettlemenU 24,000 00
LrcMatnreand Vrlrj Council 15,900 00
Judiciary Department..... 76,300 00
Departoent cf Foreign aain and War.. S3,42S 00
Prpartmeut of the Interior 443,S61 00
Department cf finance 125,476 00
AttorBeT-Ceoerars Department. 04,040 45
Bureau of PuMie Instruction 91135 00
Srcnox 3. The Minister of Finance shall
credit to the appropriations of the last Bien
nial Fiscal Period all the amounts appropria
ted by the Act approred the 16th day of July,
'&t6, and remaining anexpended on the
3-it day of March 1S6S, not otherwise tpectf
ksily reappropriated, and sneh amoants shall
be teemed no longer arailable for the objects
for which they were origiaally appropriated.
Sectios 3. The Minister of Finance shall
centime to pay the salaries appropriated by
this Ait, the compensation of Soldiers and
Coaitalles, the expenses of the Fire Depart
ment, -tf the Supreme and Circuit Cocrts,
Exchequer Bills and GoTerament Stocks, and
the interest accruing thereon, together with
the interest on the School Fond in the Treas
ury, antil the 30th day of June, 1670, un
less new appropriations are made before that
Section 4- The Minister of Finance shall
not cats or allow to be paid from the Treasu
ry, any money tor objects not pronded for, by
this law ; pron'ded'Aowcrc-. that all rams tem
porarily deposited in the Treasury, for which
certificates of deposit are issued, and the inter
est thereon, may be paid when doe, without
special appropriation for that object; and pro-
rianx jmnxer, mat in tne erent or war, in
vasion, rebellion, pestilence or other public
disaster arising. His Majesty, in Priry Coun
cil, may appropriate saen amounts as may bo
necessary to meet such emergency, aad the
Minister of Finance shall render to the next
Legislature a detailed account of the tame.
Sectiox 5. It shall be lawful for the Heads
of Departments, ia cases where special appro
priations may iau snort to apply to tae same
the surplus of other special appropriations in
the same department not required to be ex
pended, so as to make ap the deficiency ; each
Head of Department duly accounting to the
Leristature for such transfer: bat ia no case
shall the appropriations for internal improve
ments in one gubernatorial division be trans
ferred to another.
Sectiox E. Xo person holdinz more than
one office for which salaries are provided,
shall be authorized to draw for more than the
salary of the highest grade of oEce held by
him ; if the salary of any oEce held by him,
shall amount to two thousaad dollars or more
per annum, and he shall be entitled to no
other or farther compensation.
Sxcnox 7. This Aet shall take effect from
and after its passage.
Approved this 24th day of Jane, 1S53.
To repeal an Act entitled "An Act regarding
the qaaliScatioas of Electors," approred
December" 31st, ISM, and to re rn Late the
qualiffeations of Electors for Representa
tives to tne Legislative Assembly or tne
Bs IT EXACTED, bj til Kimg, and lit Leyula-
nrc Aiemoly of lae .fjaa-auaa Jtlaad4t ia
tae Aeistafare Of rAe A I ayl&m attemblcd:
Sectiox I. That the Aet entitled "An Aet
regarding the qnaliSeatioss of Electors," ap
proved December 31, 1SS1, be aad the same
is Hereby repealed, Irom fcection I to beetioa
Sec. 2. Every male subject of the King
dom, who shall have paid his taxes, who shall
have attained the age of twenty years, and
shall have beea domiciled ia the Kingdom for
one year immediately preceding tne election.
and shall be possessed of real property in this
Kingdom to the value over and abore all in
cumbrances ef one honored and fifty dollars,
or of leasehold property, on which tha rent is
twenty-fire dollars per year, or of an income
of not less than seventy-five dollars per year.
derived from any property, or some lawful
employment, and shall knov a-ovr to read and
write-, if bora since- the year 1840, and shall
hare caused his name to be entered on the
list ef voters of his district, as hereinafter
provided, shall- be entitled to one Tote for
Representative or Representatives of that dis
trict; provided lomtrcrr that no insane or
loiotie person, or any person wao snail nave
beea convicted of any infamous crime within
this Kingdorts, unless he shall hare been par
doned try the niag, and by the terms of such
pardon have beea restored to all the rights of
a subject, snail be allowed to vote; and no
other persons than those qaalmed ax ia this
seetioB provided shall be allowed to vote at
any election for Representatives to the Legis
lative Assembly of this Kingdom.
Sec 3. The Assessors of taxes in the sever
al districts, shall carefully record npon their
several Assessment Registers, ia separate eot
amas, to be provided for that prirpoae, accord
ing to the form immediately following this
section, the names' of all persons possessing
the reqntsite qaaEacatianj for voters, as pro
vided by section 2 of this Act; aad if there
shall be any persons ia their respective dis
tricts who shall be possessed of the requisite
qualifications to justify their voting, as pro
vided by the 152ad article of tha Constitution,
aad yet may be diOaIlned by aay eonititn
ticcal reason, they shall acts the same care
fully against such same en their laid lists ta
the columns set apart for resarkav
CAtrnCATjox or Torzax.
Seal pro-f leasehold pro
tl50rlear 'BS per aaama j ;
facccstf ef not lea. i Reajarks
'than 175 Frea-j
lease oenreo iswu
is paid.aay tewoerty r
isqbm iswral era-l
Sec i. For the purposes of inch elections,
erery Tax Collector shall make oat an accu
rate list ef tae names ef all tha perrons ia his
die district, who sfcaH hare paid their taxes
tor the year In n1 c4t tefy preeedin g aa etactioa,
within the time prtcribed by law, aad who
tsaB bar beea entered by the Asseatar apoa
tae art-esemcat. register aa possessing the rs
eraistt qasfMcatioaat ta voir, tfigrtker with the
names of aB persem wko saa Tl hare paid ia
te bios l&air Uses wisaun tas) 'tise prescribed
by lay; wfco may pur see Ito reoaiivta qualiS
esttTOi to T; bwt who mmf lairs iteea osiit-
j ted to be catered by the Assessor on the as
' seasmeat register, as provided la Section 3 of
j this Act ; aad InTjrery sach case tho Tax Col.
i lector shall enter npon the proper column of
I tho assessment register, In his possession, tho
nature of the qualification of tho party to
I omitted to be entered by the Assessor, and
I who shall thereupon become entitled to vote at
, such election.
Sxc. 5. Every Tax Collector shall, on sr
before the last day of December of the year
immediately preceding that ia which an elec
tion for Representatives shall be held, make
out aad return to the Inspectors of Electon of
the district aa accurate list of all the persons
in tho dissrict who shall hare paid their taxes
within the term prescribed by law, whoso
names may appear npon tho Aisessor's assess
ment register, as extended Ad corrected by
the Tax Collector, according to the provisions
of Section 4 of this Act, as possessing the re
quisite qualifications for voters.
Sec. 6. The Inspectors of Election, via :
the Police or District Justice, tho Tax Collec
tor and the Tax Assessor, or in their absence,
agents appointed by them, shall, at least
fifteen days before the day of holding any
election for Representatives, excepting such
as may be ordered pursuant to tho provisions
of Section 197 of the Civil Code, make out
and cause copies to be posted at tho place
where the election is to be held, and at least
two other public places in the district, correct
alphabetical lists of all the persons in the
district who may bo qualified to vote, and
whoso names may appear upon the list return
ed to the Inspectors of Election by the Tax
Collector of the district, ax in the last preced
ing section required.
Sec. 7. 9he Inspectors of Election afore
said, shall hold at least two sessions, of rea
sonable and sufficient length, at tome conveni
ent place in the district, not less than ten nor
more than twenty days next preceding the
day of holding an election for Representatives,
for the purpose of receiving evidence of the
qualifications of persons who may not hare
been previously registered by the Assessor or
Collector on the assessment register, as pro
vided ia Sections 3 and i of this Act, and who
may claim a rightto vote ; and alto for the
purpose of correcting, when necessary, tho
alphabetical lists of voters provided for in
Section C of this Act, Notice of the time and
place of holding such sessions, respectively,
shall be given by the Inspectors of Election
npon the alphabetical lists posted, as provided
in Section 6 of this Act ; and at such sessions
any one offering testimony against the right
of any person to Tote, whose name may ap
pear on the aforesaid alphabetical lists, shall
be reasonably heard ; aad if the Inspectors
aforesaid shall be satisfied, on each bearing,
that the name of such person thoald not have
been placed on the register, they shall at once
erase the same therefrom.
Sec. S. Any Assessor or Collector who
("shall fail or neglect to make such a register at
In Section 3 and 4 or this Aet pronded, shall
forfeit and pay for every such failure or neg
lect the sum of one hundred dollars ; and every
Assessor or Collector who shall make any
false entry in respect to any point of the said
register, shall forfeit and pay for every such
false entry the sum of ten dollars.
Sec. 9. Every Collector who shall fail or
neglect to return to the Inspectors of Election
of his district an accurate list, as provided in
Section i of this Act, of all the persons in
tha district who may have paid their taxes
within the time prescribed by law, and whose
names may appear npon the Assessor's assess
meat register, shall forfeit and pay for every
sach failure or neglect the sum of one hun
Sec. 10. For the purposes of elections, every
Tax Collector shall be supplied by the Minis
ter of Finance with a form of blank tax re
ceipt, similar to those now in nse, or any which
may be hereafter in nse, bat which shall bear
conspicuously npon it in printed letters, the
words, " Qualified to vote p" and it shall be
tho duty of erery Tax Collector, npon receiv
ing the payment of the taxes due from any
person in other respects, entitled to the fran
chise, under the provisions of Section 2 of this
Aet, to fill out and deliver to erery sach per
son oae of the tax receipts so impressed.
Sec. 11. If at any meeting of the Inspectors
of Election for the qualification of voters, as
provided in Section 7 of this Act, it shall be
shown that any person whose name may have
rbeen omitted from the list returned by the Tax
Collector to the Inspectors cf Election, as pro
vided ia Section 5 of this Act, possesses the
requisite and. legal qualifications of a voter,
and shall bare requested the Inspectors of
Election to insert his name on the list of voters
returned to them by the Tax Collector, as pro
vided in Section 5 of this Aet, the Inspectors
of Election shall require the Tax Collector to
fill out and deliver to tho person to qualified
by the Inspectors a tax receipt of the descrip
tion required to be used for electors, as pro
vided in Section 10 of this Aet ; the person to
qualified being required to return to the Tax
Collector to be cancelled the tax ttcelpt of the
ordinary form first issoed to Mrs: in exchange
for the one to be giren to him, bearing the im
press of the words " Qualified to rote."
fcrc. IZ. ine inspectors or AJection in case
they shall bare duly entered on the alphabet
ical list of voters, provided for in Section 6 of
this Act, the names of all persons who may
hare been returned to them by the Collectors
aforesaid, as provided in Section 5 of this Act,
shall not be held answerable or responsible
for any omission in said list
Six. 13. The Inspectors of fie Election
aforesaid thai), npon the day oi' Election for
Representatives, receive the votes of all per
sons whose names may be borne on the list of
voters, and who shall produce to the Inspec
tors of Election, at the polls, on iraeb Election
day, a tax receipt bearing upon it in printed
letters, the words '" qualified to vote,' which
tax receipt the Inspectors shall return to the
owner thereof, after having received his vote
and recorded his name- on the list of persons
who shall have voted ; and in each and every
case it shall be the datycf the Inspectors of
Election aforesaid, to cancel or deface the
words "qualified to vote," before returning to
any voter bis tax receipt so impressed ; and the
said Inspectors of Election shall not be held
acsvreraale or responsible for refusing the vote
of any person-whose name may not be borne
npon the list of voters, and who does not pro-
dace to the Inspectors of Election, a tax re
ceipt, properly filled and signed by the Tax
Collector, trpon whsen shall be impressed in
printed letters the words " qualified to vote."
Sec 11. If any person shall give a false
same, or any false answer, to the Inspectors
of Election aforesaid, when in session, at pro
vided in section 7 of this Act, be thai! forfeit
and pay the tarn ef 'fifteen dollars for each
Sec 15. For the purposes of this Act. the
term " infamous crime," at expressed ia sec
tion 2 of this Aet, shall be eoastrned la inrlndo
murder, ia either .degree, sodomy, arson, per
jury, forgery, subornation of perjury, theft.
bribery; embexiiement, or etner aiga enme or
misdemeanor, for which, the pardon -of tbs
rung is necessary to res torn a subject to rut
Sac IS. Any person who shall have been
convicted of aa infamous crime, and who shall
hare been pardoned by the King, aad I hall,
by the terms of hit pardon, have beea restored
to all the rights of a subject, sfcaU, before
betag qualified ta Tote, be required ta prodaea
to the Assessor, the Collector, or the Inspec
tors ef Election, at tic.rase may- be, a certiA-.
eata of rata pardoa, or a doly cstlMtJ eepy
Stc 17. Ia all eases where a difereaoa of
eptaiea may arise between Abe Inspectors of
Election, upon aay aw Eject amatenA with
their duties aa Iaaseetort of Beetias, tha
ruLiajr ef a najority of laea skill be-considered
ttadisg tit I njiitlst'te.
excv IS. r t aad every aeeaier e aar
Beard ef lrut f JBniiew, required by
law to boid and ire'iMi at aa aleatien lor a
KeeisseattHra or sMMtirirei la tae Le-
iaiaaive Aiirrt4y of sbe Fiegslnea, wWsata
aawanaxakan AaTaV Aa aaKaaa lake aNaH taaf SMaVSak aValaVaasaamaF)
fnvv VI favfjca evrn wsaEwsa nwawas wwa eawa, svavcrsa vawswefejpsnrns,
at the hoar of eight o'clock la the morning of
the day filed for such etectkm, or who taall
participate In, or be accessory to, inch refusal
or failure ; or who shall close the poll at aVy
such election before S o'clock la the elUruata
of tach election day, or wao stall partitipate i
in. or be accessory to, toeh closing of saeft
poll, tha'.l forfeit and pay for erery saea
offense a fine not to exceed $509, to be recov
ered by the Attorney General, oa aa order to
that effect from the Legislative Asseably Bt
following such election. And all other pea at
tics provided for ia this Act shall be recovera
ble before the several Police or Dietriet Jus
tices of the several districts where tho oee
may have been committed; aad all persont
informing of any Tlolatioa of this law, oog
alsabl before a Police or District Justice,
shall be entitled to one-quarter of the amount
of the fine recovered from the convicted
Sec. 19. All laws and part ef law (a eea
trariety to (he provisions of this Act shall be,
and the tamo are hereby repealed.
Sec. 20. This Aet shall take effect aad be
come a law from and after the date of Its
Approred thlt 21th day of June, 1SS3. "
Xlie Distillers.' CoBTCBtleH.
Mr. Greeley of the X. T. Tritmnt thus (Hs
conrsed about tho Distillers' Convention:
When onr friends, the whisky distillers,
met la convention, the other day, they
strangely neglected to present the details
and statistics of their business. Ob tbe
contrary, when tbe dentists, iron-workers
manufacturers aad master artisan and work'
ere meet In convention, they always give u
accounts of the progress made' In their sev
eral departments, and they point Willi pride
to the Increased demand for their produc
tions, and tbe advantages which the humaa
race derives from their endeavors. Now, tha
distillers gave us no other fact than that
their working capital Is $100,000,000. How
ever, as It Is our dutv to keep the treat Dublic
informed on all matters of current Interest,
we mil do Bomeining to supply the aeHciea
cy; and the reader will Imagine a well
dressed, rosy-faced Secretary reading to an
Intelligent and equally rosy-faced audleace
a summary of what tbe liquor business baa
been able to accomplish on tbe basis of tbe
Tbe whole cost of liquors annually made
snd sold In the United States, that Is, whisky
either In a pure or derivative state, lsaboat
$500,000,000. Ia the consumption of this
liquor, C0,000 lives are yearly destroyed,
100,000 men and women aro tent to prison,
and 200,000 children aro bequeathed to poor
bouses and charitable Institutions. In addi
tion, S00 murders and 400 suicides are coat
mlttcd, and the expense connected with
tbese events Is 1200,000. In our noble. State
of Xew York, of course Including tbe city,
one person In 15 Is substantially made a
pauper. Meanwhile, large suras are dis
bursed In erecting and supervising those
Imposing establishments, the common jails,
and the penitentiaries, for so far-reaching are
the effects of tbe drinking of spirituous
liquors that onr citizens are enabled to vio
late every law of the land. It will not be
necessary to go Into tho details of tbe man
ufacture of whisky as now conducted ; and
It will be sufficient to say that, since strych
nine, red pepper, sulphuric acid, and sosae
other Ingredients hate become common, tbe
cure of delirium tremens is impossible. Of
course, the tarns effects, though la a modified
degree, characterize tbe various beverages
which are derived from whisky. In the
mild drinks It Is gratifying to state that tbe
progress recently made in tbe sciences, and,
In particular, In' chemical affinity, enables
the expert manufacturer to produce reoaxk..
For instance, we furnish 800,000 more bat
kelt of Champagne than are produced In ill
tbe Champagne districts of Europe. By
passing the oil of whisky through carbon, a
Madeira is made at a profit oC 909 per cent,
which few can tell from tbsvcgeanlne, and
with good reason. With neulrtlHptrlts, or
even with whisky, vinegar, sulphuric acid,
beet-root and copperas, which Is to produce
tbe proper stringency, we are enabled to
turn out mora port wine than all the rest of
tbe world beside; and of these and other
wines, Xew York City annually manufac
tures to the value of 1,000,000, all of which
are admirably adapted to Timothy's weak
stomach. It is scarcely possible to overrate
tbe Importance or tbls branch of manufac
ture, since, by enlisting the wealthy and tbe
fashionable, the lower classes are led with
less difficulty to tbe use of the more common
beverage. To show the fruit ot wine drink,
ing on tbe upper crust of our society, the
following statement Is significant: By last
accounts of tbe State Inebriate Asylum at
Blnghamton, there bad been applications for
admission from 39 clergymen, 8 judges, 30
merchants, 23S pbyatclsnt, 340 gentlemen,
and what Is more cheering than all the rest,
1,300 rich men's daughters.
Aside from these little exploits, the distil
lery business receives great support from
renieel billiard tables, which are alwavs seen
in connection with bars. It Is not too taueh
to say that tbesa tables, by enlisting our
moat promising young men, enable us to
pour out from our distilleries an asoast of
whisky, If collected In one stream, luficleut
to run a grist mill of ten pairs' of bum the
year round, Sunday Included. It to to be
hoped that tbese tables may continue to re
ceive tbe patronage of onr yoang men, and
it Is also to be hoped that the supplies of
black walnut and mahogany may be undi
minished, since whatever may not be seeded
for the manufacture or tables, will be tare
to be In demand for coffins. At to the ntffi
bllng establishments, little seed be said, for
they will always require large swnalles.
There Is one bmneh however, which needs
encouragement, ind it might be well to con
sider whether legislative action should not
be Invoked to tbe end that the number
of houses of prostitution be Increased, for
It is well nnderttood that there Is a vital
relation between them and our dMUlerfea.
On the contrary, we may resect that tbe
prevailing fashion acd the habit of living
beyond our meant, will laSciently make ear
riage unpopular, and ia the end the hoasen
of Ill-fame win be crowded. Oe tbe whole,
then, the distillery bInec nerer-WH more
prosperous. As a coBteqaesce, tbe ntphtl
tnm Kingdom mutt be receiring lam tries,
tions to Its population. -
Dbctextcvess. Drinking ovgfct to be
made dlfBcnlt, laateadof eaef ; every legsi
hindrance tvicmld be pat la tbe way cf pro
curing drink; Lawt are ifravte, or iMtt,
for the protectloa of tbe good; sat for, the
convenience or encouragement of the bad.
Publicans should be closely yrUehti; r.o
extra facilities gives them for rfveriag
debts; severe 'punishment aad tow of 1 ansa,
MCVI , ,11,1. kiuuuulQLH. MniCVf. I?t
should be tbe laaediate penalties ef k
bouses in any degree riotos. The law
should be sc severe aad to promt Aet' It
would not pay for taea of had eteaeier, who
were not determined to observe tfco law, to
enter the psbUcaa'a bwiMt. Let a serai
supervision be malaUlaad over all pnMfx-sM
and dealer Is spirH i and let severe atM ra
pid pucUhaest attead alia4M. aad
drunkenness win diaialeh one-barf. If tae
keepers of the small becrhoatts and Tow-aad-Jrrry
sfcops ware otsatUtd to seat sne-
doiteratea Deer m set ms, im gtr fall
mcassre, they wo!A soon ftsd tae trade did
not pay ; the price farwt rise aad tMr teada
fallorf. High price sod lfatMed eoanatap-
Mob do sot sett
fj rej am low
srioes aad aniiaiited
deraell each other by two
asHlteratioa aad tfeort m
teat to wnico tier carry aaa
petition U Hslted o!y Vy tae
sw-CTeTf ingot letear
tbe Taw leaves tfceot c
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iwapistaoa; to ike or
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tkoaork taer know tawsr
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