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BY C. S. BARTOW
-THE SALE OF FISH STALLS
Advertised to take place This Day,
Slury. th- r-th HvW , I. hrby Tlr- r.tdl frtteT
But t C. a. BARTOW. Art'r.
AT ST03E OF THEOD. C. HEUCK, ESQ-
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, June 27,
At 11 ... A M..W.H h
Iri Ce with numrou Drawer,
Larg- I r -k-ry Mid, Lri ?how Laa.
Largo and Coraplcto Firo-Proof
Iron Safe !
GLASS FRONT XOA UPRIGHT CASE !
Letter l're, n-l TaMe C',aidte for Prr,
Calendar CWk In Jwrfc, t wdr, ,
' Vf 1 Tru. hi. Ta)- with Hore,
Fiaf Pole, Lot of Caes and Old Lumber !
One Frame House, 4-14,
Willi i Irrl Verlh. To rented.
r. a. HAKT'JVP, AocUoorer.
On Tuesday, : : i June 30th,
At 10 O'clock, A. SI., at Sal-rorn, will t iulJ,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Woolen and Dress Goods,
Kegs and Bags of Sugar,
Shoes, Hats and Hosiery.
C. S. BARTOW, Amrft.
HOUSES AND HARES
sx t Auction!
ON SATURDAY, t : ': : " JULY 11th,
AT U O CUXTK.
AT CAI'T. MEKK'.S VARD, KINO ST.,
Will te aoU,
Numbor of Good Saddle Horses,
Brood Mares, and Colts.
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
f1IIOSK TIIKKK WKLI. KNOWS
f BILLIARD TABLES
i' at Tin: HAXK kxcuaxgj:!
1 . further iwutieolar, Hly
OKI). C. SODFR3, er
J. SO. U. KOBlSdON.
J. NOTT & CO.,
flil.N, COI'I'KR.ZISrASM SIIEKT IRON
Art prepared to .! any anj all aindt of work in their line-
WATER PIPiS, GALVANIZED AND LEAD,
l.at.1 on or rrpaiml.
GL'TTKUt AND SI'OfTS, and k;nJ of Tin
Work oq B j.l.l.iir June on Short Notice.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of MATERIALS
la Ihe ah.ie tine, which they OFFF.lt AT LOWEST PRICES
blether with a tin aiaortment of
Ship's Cabin Stoves,
&c, &c. &c.
RKI'llKINU I'RO.MPTM' ATTENDED TO
i!ALL FAVuIU TIIANKFLLLY RECEIVED AT
n.H NO. O KAAIU'MANU STREET.
AMERICAN MESS BEEF!
IN MONO. FOK1.1I.K LOW
by A. W. rilRCK CO.
Cala. Brooms, a Good Article ! j
1'ITAHI.K FOR I'l-INTINC.
mylC lin F.rSatofcw A. W. PEIRCE CO.
IN ll.al.K IIARRKI.S.
trr tah" y
BOLLE3 & CO.
A tKMIUlL ASMrKTBEtf UT
Present il 3Ieais, Fruits, Vegetables, j
i-ifin i i.v. p.i
BOLL 3 CO.
BREAD IN BOND OR DUTY PAID.
-W. CASKS C'.IA. MKIHl'M URKAD
Z(MI Jut Keeied.
, T f ale by BOllti k. CO.
Blocks and Oars!
I I 1.1, ASSORT.MKNT
BOLLF A CO
ALSO, TO ARRIVE !
CASES f II A M P A t. N E. Rl'INART I'EKE
CISKS IIRAXDV, EXTRA,
CASKS SIIERRV. DCFF CORDON,
For Sal by CIIA3 LOXO-
BEANS, BEANS !
till I I.I tt:ts AM CAL.lt IIEANS.
mhiif aaJ tr I. warrantnt tuperior to any in th market.
For 8al? t f
l L.' nihil 'ir
OREGON PILOT BREAD !
gg CASKS SM A LL CA K F.S.
li J J For le ty BOLLri A CO.
Columbia River Salmon!
M.UX I.tT. IN HUI.S. AND IIAIF
I bttrrrU, of superior fjuality.
luraleby BOLLF & CO.
F I iY E C II A IV C E
) FOK INVESTIXU A SM.lLLSl'.M
tit money, or of seeurinir
.... .. w ... . i n urn w itp inTO
- ""l .LIUlll.r. ..r.a.t.s.st, a.w.
the City -A HoDAiulu, " Duw offeml by tl.s Co WsigoeJ. He
denruuj Ui di.po of that Que and healthily situaieii piece
4 Lathi J !. the Oovermoent Garden, and frootina; School
mJ Fort htrevts at the had of the latirr.
Aay ooe laliine to purefiasr jhoald apply soon, as the Lot
-wai b soU at a low ((are. () J. S. LEMON.
. i 1 1 r r i n utx L r '
BY E . P. ADAMS.
ON SATURDAY, - - - - JUNE 27th,
AT 12 O CUCK, N'S,
Oai Klaig Mrrrl. Opiie ihc llwu.c f Re. j
II. II. Parker. j
Will be Sold at Public Auction, j
too coral stom:s :
Suitable for Building.
E. P. Al'AM"1. Au I f.
ON MONDAY, - - JUNE 29th,
At 1 J O ct - k, A. M ,
At the Residence of B- F. Ehlers, Esq ,
On account rf departure, will he S-.ll,
THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
CONSISTING Of : '
DINING ROOM, mil
ALL IN ORDER.
In rati fif FiJ'otcs :
1 Rosewood Cottage Piano, in perfect order
a Cue instrument.
One Melodcon in Perfect Order !
Hair Cloth Parlor Chair, Kay Chain and 8ti,
Centre and Eiilo Table, t'h&n.lel.ert,
IlaoJjome Book Cat, Lace Curtains, EogriYir,
Larg! Koa BelstexJ, iDgl BeJtea.li. Mttrajs-, &c ,
Marble Flower Stan I, Canl TaMr, Clock,
Mahogany bureau, Wardrul;e,
Dining Table, Crockery and Clasiwar,
Kitchen Store ao.l Furniture,
One Bath Tub, Ac, Ac. Ac.
At 12 OVIoek, Non,
One Covered 33iiy !
P. ADAM5, Auct r.
ON WEDNESDAY, : : ; JULY 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M., AT SALESROOM,
Olioice Assortment or
: i . .' . ' t 1 '
&c, : &c.
2i BOXES Fmr. fl PACKERS I
? For tho 4th of July.
In South Kona, Hawaii,
p -A. XT O T ION ! I !
y OrJorof lion. V. T. M utui. Administrator of
the Estate tf J. W. Kjtte, tleci'ised. "
ON FRIDAY, :::::: JULY. 3rd,
' At 12 OVlock, M., at Salesroom, . I,
WII.LbeOFFKREI) nl I'l III.IC AUCTION
AT THE UPSET PRICE OF $1800.
The Ahupaaa of Kahautna, in South Kona, Hawaii, rontain
tnx an Area of about 3.000 Arrem.
With Buildings, Sugar Mill Machinery, &c.
The Lau.l is well nituatfd I r the Cultivation ot Suifnr
Cmar, mr Cwlfee, an.1 has or. it a number of Driye Trees
in (rood Bearing Comlitkm.
The Land rum from the Beach to the mountain, an.l there U
a good boat lanJing at the a. A rery lar,;e nninler of
Koa Trees are upon this Property !
For further particular!, enquire of Hon. V. T. MARTIN, or
E. P. ADAM3, Auct'r
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
On Nuuanu Avenue.
ON TUESDAY, : : JULY 7th,
A I lO O'clock. .. M.,
At the Residence of Captain C. W. Gelett,
WILL UK SOLD, T1IK
Entire Household Furniture !
Coniting in jv.irt cf
! Vl. .1 n,n D . I A- mim tl J.m C.-l i.-.r.
Vine LirAUk iiw.ik iiaiuui mi .mwiii iv. vi,
i 4 Chsirs. Ka.y Chair. Marti- T-p Table, r.v .. F;-.
: rlruei Can' "d Hi:e. W bit-not, Cb it.dHier.
Tl. V: ... n.. riv .r r. I Iti f..1iinn&: I'.irio. lite.
r -.. V.rr. r.lt H....nl ftlck Ua'rillt Ibl . r.latm con-
sistinif of Iled:ead. Marble-top Wa-f.UnJ. Unreaus, Tallies
and CVmode. 4 Chairs ar.d K.Ler. with Towel Rack.
O.ie Beil r-wtn Set of t'hesr.ut. tricitiae.1 with Hlack Walnut,
complete Hair lttr. and 1'illows, Ftatfcer Pitlows, Mos
quito Caocpie. Ke. Mart: Dir.
Piair.f R.v,ru Table aud Furniture, Crox Very ware. Etc.. Ftc.
Kitchen Furniture, lre, V heelbarrow, Uarden U jse, Ktc.
ALSO. WILL BE OFFERED,
ONE COVERED TOP BUGGY AND HORSE.
The well known California Horse Charley.
At 12 O'clock, Noon,
I shall cff-r (unless r-viausly d:roe.! of ) on eajr terms f r
THE HOBSeII PREMISES
THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY,
-Voie Oicnedand Om.ed ly Caj iln UtU'l
j The House U large an 1 airy, has irb.r. dininit room, four
i teU-rooms, kitchen and outhou a.Ijui:.ine and is one f the
nmt .l.irble nieces of rrt pert yon Nuuanu Avenu. The
, -..y, . ' la r' " . u.lrT,rl,linnable. and th
Int iiarlf with its marmrWnt. wiJ-si rtaJ.ns; shade tre. a
may be considered as onof the in U-u.viulu.
TERMS AT SAI.EI.
E. V. ADA Mr. Auctloner
Foil SAX F It A X C I S C O !
i - the fink amfi;:can .-choafi;
cut aV'jI jti i n .''vs.
Will have Dispatch for the Above Pert !
1 r FreV'.i, H 'y t
j,-; H. HAlKIi.1.1- A. ! . A;r'
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,
I ARC II A NT, : : :
M ST Kit.
' M :. ln...JiiM 15. .5 Wf to 'u
! r.lr.el y J-r.- X. .4 ij m -" rou.t f K in.
f M Jj:. 2..5.-w n. .:r.u t ' f ! u
, M ,l 1 iv Ju 0. .S 20 j. in. . K .;:a. t m lot? at Kvu-.:. i-
! kii. U iti niy.
! Mwi !iy July l':..t p m - n"
lr..Uv Juy H -i ' V u.
M .t..i y . . . .Juy -7..i .r a.t.j Hi i,
Mot, ! iv Aug "5. .5 I'M . ui..Kvi.a. f-c.-l.irje it hii.SJi i-
J ' kn. l'."t'i w -
Mnlay An. Vt 5"0 pm '.
Weai.-Uy. Au. 1 . ' p ui tircu.t if K iu
M..r.ly....Aa. ;!..'. - f u '' r.-jit ' I II ..
M-wj I . T Aur. Ui. .5.TJ p :u..K .i.i. t'.u nt i-
kii. I'- i!i i .
!.(. lay S'l t T..5 W p r:i .....Il .
r..lay .... h..i..J. in '
M .rliv..... I t .21. .5 -'J p iu C.rcu.t " "i.l
M--r..!ay ' 1 1. ..5 '-'J j di . . K n i. f-!rr..nir :t!
ksi. I'..th "i.iv-.
Rates of Passage will be
To or fi oui Kur k .ik , M'!.l.ai . . . . .
' l-Hhaina, M ml
" Mjkena, .Maui
" Mil.ui.n, Hawaii
" " Kita.U',
' Ka.l.i. "
" Knawil'ia. "
" " Kau C'oat
C.rcuit of Hawaii, Koun.l Trip
To or from any p. rt ou Kauai
Cirruit of Kauai, Kounl Trip
Verk Pasae for natives OJ.Iy
. . jl)
.. T to
. . S UO
. . 10 IAI
.. V) (ii)
.. lu no
.. U 50
. . 1 ' t
. . - J ("
. . i'J
No Credit for Passage Noney !
TICK KTS AT I'll K OFr'lCK Ci.NLY.
lierth will 1 coii'i-lere.1 u taken unt.I pa;'l f"r- , ,t
repotijlle for .i;gare unmariii d or any Kri-iht r-r Par. la
uiiln-j rcceipte-1 fr.
FREIGHT MOXKV Dl'E ON DEMAND!
SAMl KI. 1. VII.DKU, Apt-i.t.
Office with Wil ier Si Co., corner of Fort n l Queen tftre.-t-.
Australasian & American Mail
FOR SAA FKAACISCO.
THE FINE STEAMSHIP
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 27th !
Ireljht to .SViu Francisco. So.UQ rr Ton. Fa-e per
For SYDNEY, via FIJI,
t'eancrf ins Ml KANDAVI' tailh brnncli
Auckland & Port Chalmers, N.Z.
C Y P II UEXES,
CAPTAIN T. WOODS,
ON OR ABOUT THE 29th OF JUNE !
TO SAX IRIXCISIO. TO SYDNEY, i.c.
On or about On or about
Marrh &lh March
April -nu April
April i 30th, May
Jane... ..2ith June
July T. July
August ViOlh August
et,t .-m br lTth Sfiifmtier
OrloDer ....... ixiu v. .......... .
November 1-"' Nov. nib. r
IeeuiW 10th , December
. . . .".'th
IT Paeiigeri f.r Eualrru SioU-h auJ Europc.pur
chaaiiiK their Through Tickets at our office, will bealluw.-d A
LAKOK KKDCCTION in fares, beside having larger iuanli
ties of Bagh'aKe free.
XT tor Freight ati'l I'n.miKr.or any rurtlier ii.form.
atim, apply t
disi II. IIACKFKL.D JL CO, Aul-.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
Af C. . R E V E R A. CO., ACJENTS.
TS" vp FatroraMe arTRTicement!) can always be mail- for
ii3Zj5 ftoraKe ami Shipment of Oil, p.onH, Wim.I, lln'.es
and ottier ilerehandiie to New Hedror.l, Boit .n, New Vui k an. I
other Kastero Ports. D" Cash Advances
U-H ly ( . Hut" r il l"-
Regular Packet for Kona ami Kau.
The New Clipper Schooner
IT I I, A II A ,
Will run regularly on the above route, haviii!; exrrllei.t aec.om
iuo.lation.4 for puMM-iiKers and frrilit.
F.r Freight or Pa-S3ge, apply to the Captnin on 1. ir,l.
ortJ ' 1 TlBHLTjttORKXyON.
II F. (i I) LA It
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ET-, C. IIREWER Jt CO., AGENTS.
iPTv Merchandise receive.1 fTuKAOK FKKK and
L&C.' ' LW-rnl caiti advances made on shipments by this
liST (fe24 ly) O. BBKWER , CO.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAHAIXA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANK, Master.
VrillRnn Kffinlirly between This Tort ami Laliaina,
IlonvlalnSatordays and Lalialaa e e rvUcdneodnys.
o4 H. HACKFKLU Jt Co.. Agents.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND!
A GENERAL ASSORTM'T OF
SHIP IIMlEill' L SHIP STORES.
l or Sale by
UOI.I.EN A, CO.
A M. I'RIME PORK. REEF OF II. HER-
Xm. T L t.M A V fai-V-inp.
For Sale by
CJ.ILIMIN IMLOT. CASES AND O.R.fAi-E.-5
FILr Bread ; Mer'.iuin d'.: 'rackir. a- rt.-l.
ur?a4eby lii.iLl.l-S ,V CO.
Lime and I'l'ineiit.
riU.IFOKMA LIME. PORTLAND CE-
MKNT. Cil.J rma Brick.
For ."ale by
UvLl.KS t O.
W.-UII-R STRAND R CSS I A CORDAGE. ALL
Fi r ?a!e by
I'OLl.hi i. CO.
Russia Bolt Rope !
A N ASSORT.MENT OF SIZES.
Fwr a'.-- by
BuLl.Ki .t CO.
Manila Cordage !
IjlROM THE BOSTON FACTORY, A I.I,
r. r ale by
B0I.L1 4 CO.
Cotton Duck !
1 AWRENCE FACTORY.
For cale by
Chain Cables & Iron Stock Anchors.
SIZES FROM l.'HI I.RS. TO I .OHO I. US.
CABLE." fr iu a S inch to 1 i-S iuch.
Foraleby BOLI.ES 4 CO.
Sperm and Polar Oil.
TF.RV SI PERIOR QUALITY. FOR LE
IN yur,tiei to suit bv BUI.LK5 .V C o.
THE LANDED PROPERTY
r . .
Crops ar.d Improve!, t its thereon,
nr.. I rr. rj .
; .,r p:ven be
MUM", K M".
' ' 1 - '
' .-r ."j;t- - i
r---. !, arj.l i i :
,- 1 w II
t u, K j.
IMIE rMlERxIfJ.M'.D II
M A lE
arrarc i.ert l-r to -cu; -
Photographic Gallery of M
H. L. Chase.
--. Ou-.. uj- ri .th
Photographs in any Style or Size ! J
i-.l I1.-..; !. Km. , .z
r r:e ! !-
i".S3 j-r.! ' ii .
in'J. i" o-J I- r Jj!fn;
. c r !.:. I a.;e.
t) r , fr .
a. l 00 l-i JJ.vO rj .
VIEWS0F DWELLINGS AND LANDSCAPE
T-ihu t-. ftr,7. r o LOW KATES!
Frticular caiv iiil ! t.ii.en I
the Taste of Customers !
"eo loi Yourselves.
A. '. SMITH.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY !
V SMALL I. OF. PR lIK Ul AL1TV
Kicr.veU i er - .Murray.'" 1 ur sale t.y
Ho.vaUt r, II. I., July 7, 1ST3. ,
ON AND AFTER THIS D AT E. TH E FOI
LOWING KAXKawill be ciiarM on all wcrk Uoue at
U.ii IiUuJry :
(ful Irinrii l.il.
Whit -t C' !'T-J HbirM, I'obsheJ, each
W'lui Olore, ribirta, Halii.eacri
W bite or CuiureJ Collars, I'ulisheJ. each.
VI,;:e ur CulurcJ Collars, i'lain, e f)i
V Li:,- fr Cl.irnl CutVj, I'l lishcl, fc i-air
W bite r C"!"reil CuRi, Tlain. ?
W bite Cuat., eae'i
U K.te l'ant-i, r ii !i
W luir- Vcyu, each
CI th Cnan. each
Clulh Fants. each
Cloth Vests, each
I'odi rbirts, tacU ...................... ......a...
Nipbt ?hirts, each
Niht l'?n:. each
II iklkcrebi-'N. each.......
s Arks or Stockliig t, 4j pair
Lntl ' l.iI.
ru.l'jrclutliing, I'lain. each .....
I n.b rclutliiii!;, StarcheJ, each ...
I. miercHrthing, Starchcl nn.l l luictl, fur each Kutlle..
Skirts. Plain, each
rkii tn, Tuckcil or Fluted, (ami 10c. I t each Rutlle) each. .25
Waists, I'liin fi
Waist, Tacked or riutod, (and loc. breach liutllc) each.. 15
VKit1, Tucked or I'lated, and extra with face, (aud 10c
for each Hurtle) ench e 25
rresses. Vhite cT Colored, I'lain 20
ltivK'es, Tiu'W or riute.l, (and loc. lor eai h Kurlle)each.30
OtcsMes, Kullli'd with Heading, ami extra with Lace.
(ainV-O'-- 1'Teach Hurtle) each 50
Niht Ores-ses, I'lain. each CJ
Nilit lressc, with Fluting, each (8c. I.,r each KulHe)
NiKlitRown's, I'lain, each 4
lraveer.i, I'lain, each 4
Pratrers. Fluted, each. CJ
uints, I'laia, each. - 4
?kirt9, I'J.iin, eatli 6
Pkirta, Tucked ir 1'luU.d, each, (and 10c br each KutHe).. .10
Slip. I'laia, each 6
S.iyis, Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for eaci Rutlle) 8
Dresses, ll.iin. each. 8J
I'resses. i ucketl or Flut, d, each, (and 10c fur ech Kullte)..12
Socks cr Stockn.gJ, tv a:r...
Table C'lotlm, l.ari.'t', I'lain, each
Table Cloth-,, l.arL", Starched, each
Table Cloths, Medium, I'lain. each
Table Clotlm, Medium, Starched, each
Table Cloth, Small, I'lain, each... .
Table Cloths. Small, Starched, each ,
Sheets, Siogle, each
sh'-etA, Double, each
.Napkin. o h
Pillow Slips, I'lain
1'illow Mips, Siarchml
I'illow Slip, Flut. ill ,
Counterpaiit-s, Lai ;', e.ir li ................
CounturpaiK i, Sin. each ...............
Ulanfcets, l.arse. each ,
II lank. It, iMe'lium. each
lilnnkctu. Small, each
Window Curtains, l arge, each
Window Curtain, Medium, each
Window Curtain. Small, each.
Moaiiuito Nets, each
MY MOTTO VliiifiT7TOt... ,,., ,.u.j.,
sorlli tluiii v-ll.
M V INTENTION To ClreSnl I. fart ion to nil
MV TERMS DASH ON DEL.IVF.RY.
I Respectfully Solicit the Public Patronage
XT Oftice at II. E. Mi'INTVRK & BUO.'S Grneory. Feed
Siore and Ilakery, Cornrr of Fort and King Sts. . Wagon calls
for all orders.
jy!2fir W. M. WALLACE Proprietor.
(lllltmiM; LIIiHAUV XOTICE !
fllMIE UXDEUSItiNED HERERV NOTI-
fies his patrons Bad the public tliat the Circulating
Library will chsj wiili the resei.t quartrr. All pirsjiis
bavinc b.Kiks bolonii,; thereto will please be guided accord
ingly aiid h:ve all boi ks returned by July 4th. Any book
not returned by the J'nh of July, will beehsrred in full to the
hoi ler with all loan and overtime rates thereoj.
PrmoiK holtliu I.ibrnry CliecU ran have
Ciiali or '.'oIn fur the Suiuc nl ny liute.
Honolulu, May 2 id, 1.-.74. TIIO.-! O. THRUM.
THOS. C. THRUM,
PPOINTED AfJENT FOR THE IIA-
waiiaii IslinJt brthe following New Works, beps leave
to i.otiiy the public thai fcub'cnptioa Kooks to the same are
Mark Twain's New Book,
A TALE OF TO-PAY.
Written eonjointly by MARK TWAIN and CHARLES
PL" I'LK Y V'.AltNKi!. splendidly illustrated ; containipt'
Hbotit COO large octavo p.igc-i, well overrun with engraving-
Hislory of Ihe Golden Slate
a-i.l the K. t i)i.i AVe.-t of the Rocky Mountains, by R. Gay
m.-c:- :;.-". fkioe, $c.uo.
Cyclopedia of Things
Worth Knowing !
(ir C:.o"Q Wants Supplied. A bcKik Containing ane
thouan. on- hundred columns on 6o0 royal octvo-eJ
p.iF-. s. N' . a superfluous Receipt iu the Book. All a of
v.t'.n--. Wiil give reliable information upon every iniagiiable
sul.j-et. It is :.c.v iu every Lhiog, arrangement, matter, typ,, etc.
PRICE 3.00. SHtEP.
HEALTH AT HOME !
T!.e .!c.-i FAMILY .MKPICAL WORK now extant, 9n-winK
h w t reserve health, prol-mg life, cure disease, undsrftand
the physical conditio;. .f maternity, the proper manatemeat
t i:.:'i:.t, an 1 d.scu--l:i the eutire (bysical Well bting of
i.: in. with a v jy I arse -llection r.f the latest ar.d mostvalui
b!' tne.l:cal pr -s. riptiona. Ur W. W. HALL, A. M , M. P.,
1. tit. r of II il;" Journal c f Health, etc.
I'RICE.'i.OO CLOTIli 4G.OO SHEEP.
Cen. Jos. E. Johnston's .
Narrative of Military Operations
Ulre.-te 1 1 y l.ini di ir.-' th late war b?tveea the States. This
is the first ftutb-r.t:.- c.-ntribnticn from a southern military
source, and is wr-.tten in lite terse, inc;ive and vivid style fr
wl.ieli iw euiit.t-nt author i so justly renowned.
PRICI". j.OO CI.OTII: COO SHEEP.
rw T. ! AGENT FOR THE HAWAII
AS l.-LAXba for h. Al'i'Lhli'ON S CO.'i
Amntig which are
Seward's Travels aiv.ind tl.e Wurl.l,
Hurt'in's Fn.-ji loped'.ar f Wit and Humnr,
Uii'ineos Anecdote. 1
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' ( NOTES OF THE WI'.KK.
ZiT T.e Mis?;, n ChiUrta's Society will int t
Le residence i f H. A. P. Carter, Esvj , this evetiing,
kl "4 o'clvxtk.
The re-pert of Legislative proceeelings will
I fiuci interesting our uual Jettings" ire
(.iFNKitors. TLe bent'Gt fir a family, tbe beaj of
which i? fick. on M-mclay evening lHt, reaiizeti not
far Irom iTiO.
A JiT pRoviiiN. Ye nutice that the sum of
51,000 Las been inserted in the Appropriation Bill
to r-rotidV for cr'mtiianication between the I'lanJ. of
Molok&i anl Maui.
Thk Simvib Kains V"e have ln fvorel fer a
week past with occasional refreshing tra.le-wiuJ
showers, a comfort an l a blessing that does always
ccur in June.
Z T!it mail t.':iini r from the Colonies en route
lor .San Fra!u-ico. in fully duo. We look for the
Cyyhn tie (nun that joi t, during the first of next
' J AVe nctice that the Circulating Library clones
entirely after this month, hating like many other
public conveniences preceding it outlived its use
fulness. Ponciana IIkoia. The present is the season fur
this tree to put on its magnificent livery of scarlet
blossoms. The one in the Theatre yard has pre
sented a splendid sight the past fortnight.
The si.v leaders in the projected revolt at
the Prison, have been decorated with ball and
chain, and their dupes among the conv icts expieHs
the wish to see them slill further punished.
Instillation". The Act to license distillation on
sugar plantations, passed to be engrossed on Thurs
day, after a short debate, and will probably pass
its Gnal reading to-day. Wo shall take occasion to
allude U the subject iu our next.
tjiTt'K Work. A native offered yesterday morn
ing to sell a few articles of hardware so cheap,
that suspicion was aroused as to how he came by
them. An inquiry from the Station-house was so
effectual, that by half-past 11 the thief was locked
Drilunq on Shoeb. On several occasions during
the past week, the sailors and marines of the U. 8. S.
Benicia have been observed drilling with small arms
on the Esplanade. The marines exhibit all the
precision of old soldiers, as was to be expected, and
the sailors, considering that they art sailors, handle
their muskets and perform inarching evolutions very
jZ-iS" We give a seven column Fupplement with
to-day's paper, containing a highly interesting and
instructive report of W. M. Gibson, Esq. Secretary
of the Immigration Society--a valuable document
to send to correspondents abroad, also a " Litera
ry Letter" from Paris, by wbfch it will be ob
served that our quondam acquaintance, Mous. do
Varigny, has not forgotten the Islands.
A StJBPHisir Paety. The one of which wo speak
was not of that sort in which everybody knows les9
of what is coming than the recipients! but on Wed-i
nesday evening last, Hon. II. M. Whitney, (the I
publisher of the Gazette,) and his lady were evi
dently much surprised, on returning from a short
absence to find their homestead brilliantly lighted up
aud in the possession of a numerous party of ladies
and gentlemen. The table had been gnread
good things, tea and coffee brewed, and in short,
ample preparations made for a pleasant party, which
it most certainly turned out to be. Some very happy
and appropriate speeches were made, and all passed
an extremely agreeable hoar in social intercourse.
The occasion was the 2oth anniversary of the mar
riage of Mr. and Mrs. Whitney otherwise their
silver wedJing," which was celebrated by some
friends by presents of several handsome pieces of
Session of 1874.
Portt-thirt) Dav, Saturday, June 20.
On motion of the Hon. Mr. KomoiketLuehu, the
House reconsidered the vote of yesterday indefinitely
postponing the resolution to invite Dr. C. T. Akana
to visit Molokai in company with the Committee of
the House, and after amending it to include Dr.
j Powell, it was passed.
lion. Mr. Aholo from the Committee on Education,
reported on the petition from Kohola praying that
58,000 be appropriated for preparing a genealogy of
the chiefs, recommending that the same be indefi
nitely postponed. Adopted.
i Hon. Mr. Lurch read tirst time a bill providing
that all foreigners holding office under the govern
ment shall take the oath of allegiance. ;
Hon. Mr. Mikaleuii gave notice of intention to in
troduce a bill to regulate immigration.
OROK.B3 OF THE IAY.
The Bill to amend Section 640 of the Civil Code
was read a third time and passed. (Acknowledg
ments for record of transfers of vessels).
The Dill to define the meaning of the word " rela
tive" as prescribed in Article 10 of the Constitu
tion and Section 20 of tho Civil Code, came up on
its third reading. A motion to indefinitely postpone
wus put and lost, and the Bill was referred to a;
edect committee, consisting of the Hon. Messrs.!
Birch, Koakanu, W. T. Martin, Kakani, and Komo-
The Bill to authorize the King to merge several
oflices in one, came up on its eecond reading, and
was ordered for Committee of the Whole on Tuesday
Fortt-fourtit Dat, Monday, Jane 22.
From Hamakua, Hawaii, four different prayers,
and among which that the camber of days labor
on road tax (six days) be continued; and that the
new government building be turned into a palace.
From the same district, praying that the sum of
$1,000 be appropriated for the improvement of the
port of Honokaa; and that the sum of $500 Le ap
propriated for an anchor and buoy at the same port.
From the same district, praying that drunkards
be fined for the first offense 0, second offense
$100; that the manufacturer of any kind of intoxi
cating liquor be punished by confinement at hard
labor for five years. Laid on the table.
Hon. Mr. Nawahi presented a petition (signed by
fifty names) from Honolulu, praying that the selling
of intoxicating liquor be prohibited. Pieferred to
the Judiciary Committee.
His Ex. the Attorney General read a resolution to
the effect that the sum of 1 ,000 le placed in the
Appropriation Bill as a provision for payment for
the damages and loss to certain properties, (law
books, papers, money, carriages, &c, &c.) caused
by the rioters on the 12th of February last. Laid
on the table to be considered with the Appropriation
"Hon. Mr. Kipi read a resolution to the effect that
the sum of SeJ.bdG be appropriated for the expenses
of the Royal Progress during His Majesty's visits to
,the uicerent lsianus oi me jixigiiom iu me uuuui ui
VMarch last. Adopted.
Hon. Mr. Birch gave notice of intention to intro
duce an Act to regulate contracts.
ORDER OF THE DAT.
On motion of the Hon. Mr. Kaukaha, the Appro
priation Bill was considered in the House, and not
in the Committee cf the Whole, as usual.
The first item taken up, was that of the Royal
After discussion, the item was passed as amended,
For improving and repairing the Royal Palace,
J Encouragement of agriculture and immigration,
." linn Mr. Lane moved to amend to $52,000
.'$2,000 to be added for destroying those little birds
f that are doing so much damage to the rice planters.
I Hon. Mr. Birch moved to reduce to $25,000. .
h'c Kscu:nff i'ctn.r, ! V. F. AHt-n art I
i C II. JiiJJ were ai.u . mU' 1 n lU'yal l'viuui;a,ui,cr
it - whi tie Pr.-r: K:.t re a 1 t'.e K va! re.
Tie K- '.'. Co:..tr.b:l:t.-r hattrg retire J, the
II use rcu::iel dcu.-?i.,n tf tl.e i;e:a in the Appro-
rril., is liili.
Per tl.e enc. uret.icr.t ef rricultare and i:r-mi-
! pmtie n. After a I, lcbate tne e;uest: n was put
i sl I tl.e itf-.l :5i J :i.- :n t'.te I.:,
' 'a a stst cts.iu e ! t'.ie rn r. a pet. tun frcui fie
fix: ll t'i
! citiicns of iloni lula to ILs Msjoty
' read, privict that the rrC-rv? '.iiu f.r
the King was
Treatj w ith tne L nite! States be reooBsklorc!
Ua&Uiuf His Ps. the Attcrr.cy dei ttsl. the
petitie-n and the l'.al Mirse were referred to a
special cotnmtttev, cousiftir. of His Kx. the Attorcey
lleneral, Hon. Messrs K:pi, Kaukaha, Pireh and
The fe.-lioing items viere then piel :
ii-r supply f r Hx.n o. hi.
1 nrrv.u Al. ...i lU.e
K- :.t 1 1 l.arl i t
Fi 'i -.1 N Ci Vff IT tit. flit.
3!r ef 1. luster. vr. .!ij.---d 5J.i.ha.n
I! t; .lrril !(... c Accuni. ..
l iift t.r O-TfJ!
" IVputy ( "cl!e,-t, r
Purveyor aii.l aid
A,tanl guards II,4ki!jIu and t t.'. -i i a
Iu idet:tN of t"ul. in IIjU'..
S-.Oary ot l4i.et. r, Kmi.tac, vr-Murnl il"".'!
Kealakekua, t'rrOu. rd fluoi
t'u-l m llou Ibeit, (irducol $AK);
H . j, ; t I Fund, on.1, mated receipts)
P.ij .1 Ta A'scxors, u. t t-i-cevd .' l r cri.t
" Coll-tor. lu l to rce- d 5 r i . i.i . . " .
- ali )t:.-,l drbt f.ilhi e due
Ii.t. r-t on nlion .l ibd't
Ii.c.J ntaN Finance It.'pat ttuei.l
faUues due unpsinl . . .. . !.J6J 1
.Itturnty "." ! r u'ji lij iitm, nl.
aluy of AtWruey Oenei al. (redue-rj f;,0,:
" Attomt v t.enera'i's Clerk, irv ducisi Jovl').
Hon. Mr. Lane moved that this iieui be retcrttij to
a select committte, and made a vigorous speech
nfkiust that sum. Ihe motion was put and lust, and
after discussion the item was put and carried as in
the bill. Adjourned.
FoRTY-rimi Pat, Tuesday, June "X
On a suspension of the rules, the Hon. Mr. Kaai
read a petition from Ueo. C. Siders, ol Honolulu, as
follows : '
To the Honorable Ihe Nobles and Kepre-enlalives
of the Hawaiian King Join in Legislating A-iin-bled
The huiuhlo petition of fleo. L .-'iilers, of Hono
lulu in the ii-land of Oahit, I ri-pociluliy Miewrtli!'
That your petitioner Lath Iutii a lesidont of
these Islands for nineteen years and upwards ;
That, for ueurly four year last past ymir peti
tioner Lath can i d Ait the business of a Licensed
Retailer of Spit ituotis Liqnois, itt the "Rank Ex
change,'' iu Honolulu.
That in the month of January last, your petitioner
was fined by tho Police Magistrals of Honolulu in
the sum of three hundred dollars lor frmii-hing
intoxicating drinks to n native of this Kingdom,
which fine your petitioner immediately paid.
That thereupon His Excellency ihe "then Minister
of Ihe Interior caused your petitioner and his
surety to be sued on their bond, and at the lut
April term of tho Supreme Court the said cause
was tried, and your petitioner's tuid bond and
license were adjudgod to be forfeited.
That your petitioner paid to the Hawaiian Govern
ment the sum cf ne Thousand dollars, being the
amount of the .eualty of the said bond, and in obe
dience to the judgment of the said Court closed his
place of business on the first day of May lust.
That your pttitiorier respectfully represents that
although at Taricus times other persons have been
convicted of similar offenses to that charged against
your petitioner, yet in no other case has the extreme
penalty of the law been enforced; that for the ske
of tho community at large the laws of the Kingdom
should be enforced against all persons alike, and that
if the Government for the time being should see fit,
in its discretion, not to enforce the law against other
persons, your Hon. Body will interfere to prevent in
justice being done to one Individual in particular.
Your petitioner therefore-pray s that your Hon.
Body will take his case into Consideration, and will
see fit to direct His. Ex the Minister of Finance to
refudd to your petitioner the said sum of One Thou
sand dollars so paid by him, aud also to direct His
Ex. the Minister of the Iuterior to permit your peti
tioner to carry on his business under his said license
for tho remainder of the term thereof; or that your
Hon. Body will make tuch direction iu the matter iu
favor of your petitioner, as to your Ron. Body may
seem just, and your petitioner will ever pray.
Gi:o. C. Sinens.
Referred. v - .
Hon! Mr.-Wilder -offered a resolution instructing
the Secretary of the House to p:vy to the agent ot
the steamer Kilauea the sum of $200. for exoetioes
tof the trip to Molokai. Adopted.
- Hi. Ur ltturuey ieneral lead first lime, a
Juill to quiet titles IiftanJ claims by right of inherit-
nce.. , V-e '.. . ; -. -
The same gentlema.i gave notice of intention to
ring forward a bill of indemnify.
: " fOBDEBl'oFlnED.tY. '
The Bill to authorize the King to merge several'
offices iu one, came up on its second readiu '. Afier
a somewhat lengthy debate, in which Ron. Mossrs.
Kaukaha, Kipi, Kalian u, Kuai, KAuui.and Dowsett,
supported the Bill, and the Hon. Messrs. Mikaleuii,
Naukana, and Haupti opposed it, it was amended
and passed to engrossment, .
The Bill to amend Section 10,15 of the Civil Code,
articles exempt from sale under execution eume
up 'on' its ecnd reading: A motion by the Hon.
Mr." Dowsett to indefinitely postpone was lost, and
the Bill was ordered to be engrossed.
The Bill to further ameud Section 278 of the Civil
Code the organization of the Board of Health waa
read a second time, and on motion of the Hon. Mr.
Aholo laid on the table. .
The Bill to regulate the number of hours of labor
to constitute a d.iy's work, (from the majori'y of the
Committee, fixing -it at tea hours) came up on its
second reading, and Was debated ut length.
Hon. Mr. Aholo said he had no desire to accom
plish any legislation which would be detrimental to
the planters, or that would be ngainst their interests,
but his object wa to seenre equal justice between
the employers and the laborers. Ife hoped that the
origiual bill introduced by him, fixing the hours of
labor at nine, and which had once already been or
dered to be er grossed, do now pass on it final read
ing. This measure would not cause the failuteof
sugar planteis; the Plantation Associations of La
haina have failed iu former years when ten and
twelve hours a day were allowed, and it was evi
dently not on account of a redaction of the hours of
labor that they had so failed. He concluded by mov
ing that this Bill bo rejected.
lion. Mr. Kaul supported the motion to reject this
B:ll. He was in f.tvor of the Nine Hours Bill.
Hon. Mr. Kaukaha in a lengthy and argumenta
tive sneech denrecated any legislation on this t-ubict
fof fixing the hours of labor. He considered that the
passage of the Nino Houis Bill would result very
injuriously to all concerned.? The other day, the
Rouse had ordered that Bill to be engrossed without
giving the subject that consideration which its im
portance demanded, and the consequence was that
a petition had been sent in from parties in Honolulu,
interested iu plantations, asking for a consultation.
The Nine Hours Bill bad not been asked for by any
one, the laborers themselves had not petitioned for
it but it had originated solely in the brain of the
meanbor for Lahaina (Mr. Aholo). Let the House be
careful how it exceeds its province in passing laws to
inte-fere in matters of contract between parties. If
nine hour3 is declared to be the legal limit, the con
sequence will be that employers will exact the nine
hours in all cases, and it will be worse for the la
borer than before. Quarrels and disputes an J ill
feeling will result, for tbe laborer wi!l always be eus
pectiog that be is worked more than the legal num
ber of hours. The nouse is well aware of the fact
that the planters are now struggling with difficulties
is it common sense, to say nothing of justice and
right, to add to those difficulties by this kind of leg
islation! TLa sugar planting interest is the only
one in these islands that supports the government
and pnts money in circulation; if that fails and goes
to ruin, what is to prevent everything else going the
same road including even the national independ
ence ? : Let members consi Jer well before they agree
to any measure that touches the agricultural inter
ests. Everybody with common sense must admit
that the sugar planting interest alone is what sup
ports the government to-day, therefore where is the
good of placing any restrictions or burdens cn that
interest? Does any one say that our people are
overworked ? The trouble is in the lack of industry.
Were the masses of our people more industrious,
they woold be more virtuous, more happy, and less
diseased. , He did not doubt but that a great propor
tion of the leprosy that has sent people to Molokai,
was the result of idle habits. He sboul J regret very
much to see the labor system of the country hamper
el with any laws, uselessly fixing the hours of labor,
and he therefore supported the motion to indefinitely
postpone this Bill.
Hon. Mr. Kakani opposed the Bill. The watch of
the overseer iu the field would be the criterion in
executing any such law as this, and no good would
result to the laborer.
The motion to postpone indefinitely was carried,
20 to 17, as follows : -iy H. H. ( has. Kanaina,
His Ex. P. Nahaolelua, His Ex. the Attorney Gen
eral, Hons. Kuihelani, Moanauli, J. H. S. Martin,
N'awaht, N'ahinu, Kuikahi, Haupu, Kaai, Aholo,
Napaepae, Kaukau, Kepoikai, Birch, Kapule, Ka
iue, Kupihea, Mikalemi, Kakina, Komoikeehuehu,
Naukana, Koakanu, Kauai, 20.
Voc Their Excellencies, Kanoa, Green, Hons.
Bishop, Kabanu, W. T. Martin, Parker, Dowsett,
Clfghorn. Wi!Jcr, lacnbrr;, Kopahu, ivl
Movbonu, Curtituius, Kaukih, 10. -A
FoTT-ixrti I'at, Wf Juelay, Jon! f.
Moo. Mr. IsrnlxTir frutu Cui:nitte on J'rcwn
I. an Is an I Internal Improve uicnt". (minor j) on
the items in "the A n priatiuti IYM rtUt: , lo x
p ti? i f Wter Work, reco;iinietidr.l that the um
f 5r ".'" t-e irtsertr-J f. r the eiiynses f .Valr
Works, and sjS. fc) l e appn pristol as the lrie
ef the Sujx tiuten l.-tit f Wat. r Works and bi
C eik Laid on the table till ihe moj rily import
Hon. Mr. Mikaleuii iiuui insanity tf the ani
t tutuitttc. made a report rre4niirndii!jj foKosi '
That the werd Citt k cf .Mat Kit trickcn out ;
sUry of Su;erinteiilbt f M'ur Work. S?,1SJ;
C;erk of Water Work. SI.tv; Anittit Suprrin
tendeut of Water Works, Keep r f lb Kea-
ervtir, ST'JO; Krepsr of tl.t Market, $T'J0; aul fjf
expense ef Water Wviks. Sl,'. Laid oU tL
opr of thf rat.
n uotam tbe Appropriation L.Il ws cotisiJrrvi
in th iloue.
The first item talm up was ihe salary if Wputy
u motion vf His Ex the Attorney OrurrsJ, the
item as stricken out, a recointneuJed by a sin-cial
Salary SheriQ of Hawaii, S I.IhXI.
Hon. J. H S Martin moved lo amend Ij 3,iHX).
Hon Mr. Kapule moved to place it at S'J.CtW.
After detiate the motion was put aud load, auj tbe
item was fsse-l as in the Pill
The following items were paaol :
Stluiy Clerk f Shrrifl'cf llaasu f,l.W
" fhrnrt' f Maui 4.000
" I l.-rk 4 Mi rrt 11 of Maul I."''
" Shentt of Kauai S.ouo
On motion t f tbe Hon. Mr. Mikaleuii, nil the other
items relatinjj lo kIicv fredu Hawaii l Kauai, wer
ieferrel to ft spt'Cial eommllte, cotniitu,(t t.f tli'
Hon. Measra. Mikaleuii, Haai, the Allot ney iteueral,
Naukana, and Aholo.
l .rrhn.i.n criminal.
f i.tt (.rd),
JnmrJ of Education.
falar of ln-et"r i.'ttH-ral 4 .WW "
I'kik ol lioaid a.w "
Hn.i.it ol liaauiian and llngUta He li. 4u,WKl
On motion of the Hon. Mr Mikalemi this item
was referred lo a neWt committer (alo with a reao
lutiou relating to the female school tf Makawao) ,
ooiiMntiug of the llou. Messrs. Mikalemi. W. T. Mar
tin, Aholo, Nnwahi, and Nnhinu.
Support of C, iimion School, $ lt'.tHx), (putted).
ti motion of the Hon. Mr. Aholo, the item for
" Printing Hawaiian Geography " m referred lo
the same Committee to whom waa referred Ihe item
ou Support of Hawaiian and English School
Itrloiunilor) School I l0,.'OO d-aned).
Kuildiiijc new ch.-ol li..ue , l.ooO "
l.ndowiiienl ol im h..Urhi. ;i()0 "
Maintenance ol .Natioiml JUuk-uui I HM
Malum, ry and iiu idenlal 7oO "
FoKty-skvextii Dat, Thuraelay, June 25.
His Ex, tho Attorney General, from Special Com
mittee on His Majesty's Messnge, made a report aa
May it fit taut Your'.Mtijuty:
The Nobles and Rcprcacntatives of the Iegialative
Assembly, received the communication which Your
Majesty was plened to piuke to. them tui th 221 in
stant, with the greatest satisfaction
By it Your Majesty gives renewed evldeuce of un
ceasing regard, for the advancement of the publio
We likewise thank Your Majesty for the mode in
which the suggestions ate conveyed to us an I for Ihe
clearness with which your views are cl forth.
We recognize fully the reasons which have impell
ed Your Majesty lo recommend the consideration of
the important measure of authorizing loan, aud o
commend to our favorable consideration the prospect
of renewing negotiations for a Reciprocity Treaty.
Will Your Majesty be pleased to receive our as
surances that the measures commended to our con .
sideration shall receive our fullest attention.
Aliioluni House, Juue 25tb,'I87tf.
Hon. Mr. Kaai, from Committee (majority) ou the
Bill to ameud Section 2C5 of the Civil Code, r"'"
mended an amendment to the name, and u" t aa
amended it do pass to be engrossed. Laid on the
table to be considered with the Bill
His Ex. the Attorney General moved that th re
ply to His Majesty's Message be engroraed. Carritd.
, Hon. Mr. Kipi read first time au Act authorizing
a loan, which was ordered to be printed. Wa print
the bill in full iu another column
Hon Mr. Kaukaha read firat lime an Act lo ex
empt certain peraoiis from taxation; passed to its
second rending. .-,
Hon. Mr. M kalemi gave notice of intention To in
troduce au Act to repeal Sections b, 7, and 8 of the
law relating to carrying passengers within this
Kingdom. ' ,
Ou a suspension of the'i.M'e, HutVMr.r!oiri wain
presented a petition from the lepers al Kalawao, Mo
lokai, complaining of their Luna Ami. , TabUd. ,
, U1UJIR OK THK I'AT. i
1 The Bill authorizing the Minister of the Interior
jr to grant liceufets to the Sugar Planters for tbe mau-
Uiouiuie en rim no, win n'w seeunu lime.
Ou motion of the Hon. Mr. Nawaht, tbe in
and minority reoorta of tlm l i.i uliw V
and considered with the Bill.
After a lengthy debate, iu which Hon. Messrs.
Mikalemi, Nawithi, and Haupu opposed the bill, and
the Hon. Mr. Kaai supported it, the motion to pass
to be engrossed was put and carried ; 8 votes, oast,
21 ayes, 11 noes, as follows:
Jlyt Their Excellencies, J. O; Domini. W. I
Green, P. Nahaolelua, 1L 11. Stanley, Hon. Messrs.
Kahauu, Parker, Kuihelani, Moamtnli, Dowsett,
Cleghoru, Wilder, Nnhinu, Kuikahi, Kipi, Kaai,
Kakani, Napuepae, Birch, Kapule, Moebouua, Ka
kina, Lane, Cummius, Kaukaha 21.
wVon His Ex. P. Kanoa, Hon. Messrs. Bishop,
J. U.S. Martin, Nnwahi, Kupahu, Haupu, Kaukau,
Kepoikai, Kaiue, Kupihea, Mikalemi, IComoikeihu
ehu, Naukann, Kauai II. i "
JSut iuiigilis Highness C. Kanaina, Hoas; W. 'l
T. Martin, L. Aholo.
Muni Hon. Messri. Kahsi ami Koakanu.
The Bill relating to jwddlers was read a second
time, and p anted tu be engrossed. .
The Bill to increase the number of Represent
tives was read a second time.
His Ex. the Attorney General moved to indefinitely
The Bill allowing all doctors to practice oa lepers
without license wi s taken up.
On motion of ti e Hon. Mr. Mikalemi, the Bill was
laid on the table to be considered with the report of
the Committee that visited the Lepe Asylum at
Molokai, when that shall come up. , '....
An Act to amend Sections 1 and 5 of Chapter 29 v
of the law relating to animal taxes, was read a sec
ond time, and after discussion the Bill was referred
to a select committee, consisting of the Hon.Messrs.
Kaukaha, Dowsett, Kaai, Haupu fn' omoike
ebuehu. The Bill to amend Section 1477 of the Civil Code
was read a second time. After consideration of the
same the motion to indefinitely postpone wis put an J
FoRTV-Eiciiini Day, Friday, June 2U. -His
Excellency the Attorney General, from the
committee to present to His Majesty the reply to His
Most Gracious Message, reported that they had dis
charged that duty ; that His Majesty had received,
with satisfaction, the expression cf the sentiments
contained in the reply, and had instructed the Com
mittee to nssure the House in His us me that what
ever measures are passed to promote the interests of
the country will meet with His co-operation aud sup
port, and will be carried into effect as soon as practi
cable after the prorogation of the Assembly.
On motion of the lion. Mr. Aholo, the Sergeant-at
Arms was instructed to furnish carriages for the -purpose
of conveying committees and all other mem
bers who may desire to visit the Insane Asylum, or ,
other public buildings, and that Dr. C. J. Akana and
Mr. Powell be invited to accompany the committees
on such visits.
oltl.KIt OK THK DAT.
The House took up the consideration cf the Appro
His Excellency the Attorney General moved that
the sum cf $ 1 ,000 be inserted for pay of certain dam
ages done by the rioters cn the 12th cf February last.
Referred to a select committee, consisting cf the Hon.
Messrs. Kuikahi, Kaai, Nawahi, Kaiue an 4 the At
Hon. Mr. Kipi moved that the sum of $3,313 17
be inserted for expenses cf Royal Progress.
A motion to indefinitely postpone was lost, and the
item was agreed to.
Hon. Mr. Kaai moved that the sum cf $1,500 Le
inserted for a Court House and Lock-up in North
Kona, Hawaii. Carried. , . . ..
Hon. Mr. Komoikeebuehn moved that the sum cf
$1,400 be inserted, for a Court House and Lock-up
at Ewa, Oahu. Amended to $8i0 and passed.
His Excellency the Attorney General moved that
the item of expenses cf Supreme Court te increased
to 81,700, instead of $1,000.
The House went into Committee cf the Whr-
when the amendment was discussed and finally
On motion cf His Excellency the Ministe
Interior, the sum of $1,CC was inserted fr
the Hawaiian Hotel.
On motion of the Hon. Mr. Kaiue, tb
was iuserted for the widow of tlfJvnia
Oa motion, the sum cf $100
ry due Mr. J. W. Ukumea, as T
nuaula, Maui. Adj. Qa WoikS.
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