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BY C . S. BARTOW
rr i-i i s r .a. y i
BUILDING AT AUCTION !
ON SATURDAY. :
: JUNE 10th !
At 12 Noon, will be toi 1 at PaMie A action, on the premise of
Mr Lt"CAS, Kokai Place, a
FRAME COTTAGE !
Containing To Boom, with Verandah.
BuildSi.g lo be RcoK.Tr!.
C. . HaRT'JW, Auctioneer.
On Wednesday, June 14th,
At 10 A. M-, at Salesroom, will r.e s,l,J
' " - vk.' - Tlie n.
T7(r -IiTVve advised
-s-I-LsV- J to his "-n hoi.
cfioangeriDK the pafetv
the irJtti article t
J for other vali
t-cS a conv
rsjlution to eai
Court now in r
give a written,
you gjv euclt at',.
After a debate dT
Hon. Messrs. Rhodes, l'iTT'f
in lavor ot the resolution, am 1 i
Kapcba athJ Iiun. Mers. J
ag-iinst, tiic resolution win
C. B. BAUTOW. Auctioneer.
FOR SillE !
A Family Carriage Horse,
Doable Seat Wagon, and
C. 8. BART'W,
WANTED, A FURNISHED COTTAGE !
OF FOUR. OR FIVE ROOMS, IX A
desirable locality. Address,
jn3 lm A- N. THI3 OFFICE.
CHRIS. GERTZ, CABINET MAKER
MEGS TO A SSOl'XCE TO Til K PUBLIC
Ul U Honolulu, that lie has purchased the stock and bus
lir Iness of Wm. Fischer. Hotel Street, nest door to Strehz
fl Ura More, and thai Ira futore the business will be
carried nr- ly him in the same premises.
C. O. solicita a fair share of the puMic patronafte, and
promise his patron cisility, attention and gool quality for
their money. Ju3 5m
GLORIOUS FOURTH !
IN VIEW OF THE U.l VERSA L ENTIIO
tIAS5J with which the Com in? Anniversary of American
Independence will be observed by all her Patriotic Citiicus,,
and Friends of liberty and Progress, In which doubtless we:
will freely participate, the Undersigned notifies all Intending.
Committees or Individual Participants in the Com ig Celebra
t oo, that the i
Following Large Assortment
ARE NOW IX STORE. AND
mil BE SOLD IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
Tkrte are of California ir Eaitrrm Male,
. And have given thorough satisfaction to all
who have tried them, and consist principally of :
Plain and Colored, 6 ox , 8 ox., 1 lb. and 2 lb.
. ROMAN' CANDLES,
Plain and Colored, 4, 6, S, 8 12 ball.
Plain and Colored, 1 lb lb.
Numbers 4 and 5,
BLUE LI OUTS!
COLORED FIRES r,t white ft green,
PIX Vf UEELS, SCROLL WHEELS, SERPENTS,
Best Gold Chop Fire Crackers !
Printed American Flags !
From 8 inches to 21 feet, 4 size,
XT All CASH ORDERS for the above will meet with
prompt attention. Parties ordering from the Other Islands,
being explicit in the same, can be assured of careful selections
anil packing, and shipment as may be directed.
Parties making early selections can have the same packed,
stored and ready for future call.
Send early orders, for Choice of Invoices, to
TIIOS. O. TIIIilLlI,
av2 Merchant St , Honolulu.
DIAMONDS! DIAMONDS ! !
CALL AT S. K. RAWSOVS, No. 17 Mer
chant Stf ett, and took at the
LARGEST AND FINEST ASSORTMENT
OF DIAMON'P EWELRT
-ever exhibited in Honolulu. fel9 tf
TfiIIS DAY I
SI I'KK.MK ( I KT-IX ITV. IA-
iKLsMIIM ml V L. H.f kN, Iruweei of ibe estate of
U. PKKN)hllfi A?T. 1 1, a: n M. T. l"n.-tt. defend.-..
Foreclosure of Mortgage
1:7 Virtae t,f an r.rili-r i-su-a r,i the .-u(-r-n.e Court in the
t,ve er.l.iled u.t. I ..! c-ti l th li A V UF JL'N K, A l).
It: 6. al 10 o'clock 4. m. at the Auction Kuocci of fc. P. Ad.mt,
tq , in Hinclaid. sell ail the r.M title and interest of the
al M T. Ionnell an J tu A;j3t, C. S. Bartow acd f. T.
Lecetiari. ami of th defervlant stepten Spencer, ia and to ail
and i:ifuliir It- foi!ow:Dr article tet forth and described in a
certain mortgage of M. T. Ioi:r.ell in this cate tied, aid
dscr.bed as folio, riz :
1 xprs Wafon, 1 Hmri and trinjaiej,
1 Set Doable and 1 cet r-irjrte liaroes. 2 Roan Horse.
1 Parlor Set, (Walnut 7 Pieces) 2 K-xt Bedstead.
3 Pine Bedsteads, 4$ d--. Wooden Chairs,
1 Cane i"rat Cha.r. 11 C'hIM' Koa Coffin. 9 Cof2r.,
4 Brackets. 1 Whatnot, 3 Work Benches aad Screws.
1 Mortice Machine, 9 !-crew bench, and Wheel.
1 Pore Plane, 1 Smocth Plane, 1 Jack Plane.
1 Jointer, 12 Chisels, 2 Hammers, 1 Lraw Kfcife,
3 Sw, 3 Wood file. 1 bri.e, 12 tit, -! spoke-J-iiave,
12 Mould inr Planes, 3 CirciUr iawi. 1 Gme Pot A. brush.
Also at 12 o'clock coon of said day I -J.all .eil on the pre
mises all the rjiht ini, and interest of the said M. T. Donnell
in and to ail the buildings .iut-d on Km fcln-et en-cted by
the saidl. T. Liofitii-11. alo a lee ofsaid land for the term
of 25 y1. from the 1st day of June, li71, unless said judg
Uieut interest, cost, and dinaiissmus he previ jusly salisaeU.
W . C. PA UK K, Marshal.
K. P. ADA M.S. Auctioneer.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON WEDNESDAY, 'JUNE 1
At tiHir-pau u A. M., at Paesroom, an
SST. OF NEW GOODS
Prints, Muslins, Linen Prills,
rown Cotton, White Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed l.inen Handkerchiefs,
Turkish Towt, for Bathing,
Blankets, White Shirts, Amohkeag Denims,
Cotton Drill. UriUianls,
Fine Tweed Suits.
Bed Quilts, Merino and Cotton L'nderBhirts,
PJSLT AND STRAW HATS!
Ladies' Hose, Men's Socks,
Bridles and Bits, Travelling Bags, Etc., Etc.
GIMMES, F.l.n GOOflS, Af. !
. Best Brands Kerosene. Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines, Soda Crackers,
Clothes Pins, Hams, Bacon, Candles,
Pickles, Tobacco, Cigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
Aie Handles, Salt, Wash Blue, pain Killer,
Brown Sugar, Crushed Sugar.
ALSO. AT PRIVATE SALE,
EX BRKJ JfMA M AVERY.
K. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
f K. de LA XI X, ENGINEER, DESIRES
lT-M. employment on a large suprar plantation. Hi speciality
is. Topography, Triangulalion and Land Surveying, Leveling,
Making of Roads and of Water Leads for irrigation, Cultivation
of tropical plants, Sugar Manufacture, General Book Keeping,
Mechanical Plans and Draughting to ensure economy in labor
and rtneniliture. Kxnerience of 20 vears in tronical coun-
H tries. Address communications to his residence, Merchant
n Street, opposite Lewers 4 Dickson's Lumber Yard. ju3 lm
If. t. lenehan & co.,
JOSEPH BOPSER, MASTER,
UE ON OR ABOUT THE ilh JILT
NEXT, FROM OLAS3QOW,
BBLS. BEST WHITE CEiltENT
' Best Bar Iron, assorted sizes;
i Best Sheet Iron, assorted sites; rig Iron,
A FIXE ASSORTED INVOICE OF SMITH
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
i Tios White Lead, Tins White Zinc Paint,
Tina Oenuine Red Lead, i
Tins Black ana Bine faints.
Prams Boiled Linseed Oil.
FIRE BRICKS, Square & Arch !
BEST BLACKSMITH COAL.
BEST STEAM COAL.
Annealed Feuoinjr Wire, assorted sizes;
Galvanized Fencing Wire, nssorted sixes.
Galvanized Buckets, assorted sixes.
A General Assortment of Supe
Consisting of :
Fancy Prints, White Cottons, ,
Handkerchiefs, Ginghams, Costumes. asirted;
Tweeds, assorted; Broadcloths, Coatings,
ALSO, A FCLL ASSORTMENT OF
Brandies, in Cases and Casks;
pneva, in cases and casks;
Geneva, in Baskets;
IRISH AND SCOTCH WIIMKIES, in
case and cask ;
SUPERIOR PORT. SHERRIES, in case
SUPERIOR BRANDS CHAMPAGNE,
quarts and pints;
BEST INDIA PALE ALES. Qjarts and Pints;
McEWAN'S PORTER, Quarts ar.d pints;
JASS' ALE, Quart? and Pints.
SALES MADE TO ARRIVE.
NEW GOODS n AIM
FOII SAX FRA.VCISCO.
T. Till MNK AMKRICAX E ARK
2a3 MARY BELLE ROBERTS !
L. C. OR AT. Master,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port.
IT first class accotrmodit cn for taer.g'rs ia 1st and 2d
Cabin, and ?;-erige. Ft a-iir. ; ty to
jalO li. 1IAC&FKLD & CO.. Aged.
PitlFK MAIL STEAMSHIP fO.'S
AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND LINE!
T I! K SPLEXDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY !
Xjoavo IX O 23. O 1 U. 1 1A.
KANDAVU, F. I., & SYDNEY, N. S. W.
connecting at Kandaru with Companj's steamer for ALCK
LAND, N. . PORT CHALMLR5. and intermeliate ports.
On or about the 27th of June !
For Freight and Passage, and lurther information,
apl5 Apply to H. HACKFELD A CO., Asents.
Australia and New Zeal Line
TUB SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
AUST rl LIA!
CARQILL, Master, will
LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about June 20th.
XT for Freight and Passage, or any further information
II. HACKFELDj-Co. Agents.
rrrwp nr a TT f nf
MARC II A NT,
June 13th, Monday Circuit of Hawaii
June 19th, Monday Circuit of Kauai
Returning Friday morning.
June 20th, Monday Circuit of Hawaii
On all Windward Trips the Steamer will leave her wharf at
6:30; all trips to Kauai, will leave at 4 p. m. On down trip
the 8teamerwilInotleaveKaalualubelore8a.nl.; KawaihaC
before 1(1 a. m.; Makena as per notice on up trip, Maalaea Bay
not before 1 a. m. Any change from the, above will be adver
tised. Rates of Passage will be
To or froor Xauoakakai, Molokai
, 7 00
" , 14 Lahaina, Maul
Mahukona, Hawaii ,
Hilo, " ,
Kau Coast "
Circt Hawaii, Round Trip......
To or from any PorMp Kauai
Circuit of Kuai, K-d Trip
Deck Passage for natives only
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid for. Not
responsible for baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEY DUE OJV. JEM A N D !
XT An effort will be made to hav tr eiS reach liono
lulu on the evening of the same day v. ii.
SAMUEL G. WILDER, Agent.
Office w.ij'f.'c " r ft Co., corner of Fort and Queen Slreets.
FOR XOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI.
tv TU rr CPUD lAMAII C I
,ni- ooiihi irviiniii i i
rrfflWrnrfo SIBLING, MaBter,
Will have regular dispatch for Kauai, as above, until farthef
notice. XT Freight and rassengers laKen at me Luntsi
B( 'S ft CO., Agents,
p. S. This vessel has just been t ehly repaired, newly
coppered, and put in perfect order. apl5
REGULAR PACKET FOR UIIAINA.
faf TTTT. RPWTl WT.TTTP. MP.RRTT.T.
A a - f
E. D. CRANE, Master.
BenUrlr between This Port and Lahaina,
su Satardays and Lahaina every Wednesday.
m II. HACKFELD & Co., Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
aj. C. BREWER X. CO., AGENTS.
r Favorable arrangements can always be made for
G&w2S3 Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool. Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and j
other eastern Ports. XT vash Advances mane.
o2 ly C. BREWER ft CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER St CO.. AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
3 liberal cash advances made on shipmeqts by this
(o2 ly) C. BREWER ft CO.
SAIfl'I. O. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILAUEA!
I.. MARCH A NT. ------ MASTER.
SAILING DAYS as per Schedule,
Unless Otherwise Advertised.
TICKETS ONLY AT OFFICE!
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND.
apl - OFFICE WITH WILDER ft CO.
FLOUR AND BREAD,
COTTON DUCK. J
HEMP AND MANILA CORDAGE
AT LOWEST RATES BY
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Brand's Bomb Lance3,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Punloa Salt Works.
TO LET !
THE PREMISES NOW OCtT-
pied by W. D. Alexander, near Punahou. The
Lot contains Three Acres, enclosed by a Stone
Wall, inciodicg a Garden well stocked with Fruit and Shade
Trees, and a Pasture for one or two horses.
The nouse is of two stories, including five rooms on each
foor, and he lately been pat in good repair. Thre is a well
of excellent water near the house, and a running stream for
irrigation. There is also a Carriage House, a Commodious
Servants' House, and other out buildings cn the premise.
W. D. ALEXANDER, or
ap22 2m S. B. DOLE,
, v.s"-' 1CUUUCU
rmti or thk Moos roa tjs :cth or Jtxc
ls7 I1oom li Mm Tit
Jjct f Full M.a 2 6 2
li lt w,saft-r 4 VjU r
21 Nfi .j. n 11 4o.S
l.-.t Uartrr 4 529
TIKI Ol l IIMMI ltlHTS
June 1 i;r. ri- S il 7 . un sri SlSTfi
Sua inti j 21 ; !un irli 5 3? r
14 Sua nf 5 22 aw; Sun art 4 5 r-
22 Sun rise 5 23 S ; J'a.o sets 5-9 S rw
2 Sun rie 5 5 2 a; Sun set 5 4Z-2 fs
SO Sua r.e 5 2i 5 a . Sua wn ... ..5 1 5 M
ttrr IiiMti Ssith. liiibrr M Aster
SAT I PDA Y. Jl'XF.
Not I ; h-rrt given ihi the Conii.r-fc,riUoo dy of
Kamehitneha I, June llih. l'T-5, fallicg on Sucia), the Moo
day f.!I,vi:.g wui be cberevl a a public holiday, and all
Govemmeiit ctii.es will be cljt-l W. L. MotHOn,
Iutetivr office. June 2. li'.i. Xliiii.ler oflulerior
.ludiout'f ul lolaul I'alttce.
On S.itur liv the 3 1 in-tat.t. at 12 o'clock noon.
Hi Maje-ty reo.ivel at I,!ani Palace, His Excellen
cy Henry A. l'eirce, I' i. ite i Stales Minister Resident,
who prseuted ti 11 is Majesty Cato:naoder J. N.
Miller, V. S. N". Coiuman lng U. S. Ship Tuc.iror.
who introduced t . His Maje-ty the fo!'twi ffi.-ers
of that ship.
Surge in, W. J. Siu.bii. V S. N" ; P. A. Kninter,
C.N. An.iraJe, l . N : P. A. Tayma-ter, H. T.
Stanc'iiff. U.S.X ; Lieutenant J. X. Heu. hi:l. L'.S.X.
His Majerty was atlou le i on this occau n bv H.
R. II. Pr.ne W. P. I.cloi .hoku. His Highnes? Chas.
KaDaina. His Kxeeileoey V. L. Orocn, Minister of
Foreign A ff.iirs ; His Excellency W. L. Moehoou.
Minister of Interior ; His Ex. J. I5. Walker, Minister
of Finance; Hid. Ex. W. R. Castle, Attorney Gene
ral ; His Ex J. O. D iuiinis. Governor of Oahu ; His
Ex. J. M. Kapena, (Jovertu.r of Maui : P. Kanoa.
Governor of Kauai ; Hons, liodftey Rh J. Molt
Smith, J. Moanauli, W. Kahanu, W. T. Martiu , John
Parker; F. W. Heckley, Esq.. UU Majesty's Cham
berlain ; Cuts. Cba. II. Judl, Mark Kobinson, Ma
jors Geo. Macf.trlane. Chas. T. Gulick.
On Saturday last the instant, at 1 o'clock f, ji..
Her Majesty received at Iolani Palace, the f.Ilo nig
Mrs. T. li. Harris, of Baltimore, 1. S. ; Mrs. A.
S. Greene, of Wasbiiiton, L'. S. ; Mrs. li. Rich
ards, of Albany, U.S.; Mr. W. 11. Parker, r.f
Washington, V. "s. ; Mrs. C. C. Huntley, of Wash
iDgtorj, 1". S. ; Mrs. I. l)elehanty. of San Francisei,
all of whom were introduced to Her Majesty by His
Ex. II. A. Peirce. U. S. Minister Resident.
The United States steamship Tuscarora, sailed
for San Francisco this morning.
f Scbgical Operation. On Saturday last Dr. J. S.
.McGrew removed a tumor from the knee of a native
: woman which weighed two and a half pounds. The
patient is doing well.
The Anncal Sermon n Foreign Missions will
be preached at the Fort Street Church to-morrow
(Sunday) evening, by the Hev. James M. Alex
ander, when the usual monthly collection in aid
of missions will be tken.
No Decoration. The Alia of the 24th ult says :
" The committee of the House of Representatives
have reported against allowing Rear Admiral Almy
to accept the Hawaiian Decoration offered him by
the. King of the Sandwich Islands."
Fire Department Election. The following are
the officers re-elected for the ensuing year at the
election held on Monday last:
...James S. Lemon.
. . .George Lucas.
The Hawuiiiiii Evangelical Association com
menced i s annual conlei enee in this city on Tues
day luM and will probably adjourn during the
coming week. The KeF. (. A. Forbes was ehosen
Moderator and Iter. Messrs. H. H. Parker and A.
II. M. C. S. The adjourned annual meeting of the
Hawaiian Mission Children's Society for the delivery
of the President's address and reading cf reports,
will be held in the Vestry of Fort Street Church this
evening, at half-past seven. The public are invited
f qceen s uusriTAL. iue louowiug ure me oiucers
of this institution elected for the ensuing year: F.
s f t . rni r y ' iL. . O"
A. Schaefer, Secretary; J. II. Paty. Treasurer; W.
L. Green, Auditor; S. N. Castle, A, J. Cartwright,
F. A. Shaefer. J. II. Paty and W. C. Parke, Execu
Music Tim Afternoon. The band will play at
Emma Square this afternoon, commencing at half
past four o'clock. Following is the programme :
La Hanau o ke Alii, Festal Mareh Berger
Overture, Opera, If I were the King.... Adam
Fantasia, Opera, Girollo-Oirofla Lecocq
La Pitteri, Wallz Riviere
Grand Selection, Opera, Maritana Wallace
Nightingale Poika, by request Bohemia
Dentistry. We understand that Dr. II. C. Led-
yard, who recently arrived from San Francisco, and
now on a visit to the other islands, will shortly
open an office in this city for the practice of dent
istry. He is prepared with apparatus for adminis
tering nitrous oxide, or " laughing gas," for pain
less extraction of teeth, etc.
,' Lcnalilo's Tomb. The tomb of the late King
Lunalilo, in the Kawaiahao Church yard, bas been
completed and a handsome iron fence built around it,
enclosing about an eighth of an acre of ground,
neatly laid with walks. The tomb itself is built of
concrete and is a massive but very tasty affair. It
was built by order of his venerable father, H. II. C.
Kanaina, at a large outlay, and forms altogether a
very elegant addition to the church surroundings.
Fourth of July Celebration. A proposition by
some of our prominent citizens, has been made to
celebrate the coming Fourth by a parade of the
"Antiques and Horribles," and that a subscription
be taken up among the citizens to bo placed at the
disposal of the " Horrible " club, for the purpose of
illuminating and making a pyrotechnic display in
the evening. We most heartily endorse the plan, and
feel confident of a liberal response. A meeting will
probably be held soon, to consider the proposed ar
rangements, of which due notice will be given.
Discovert of a Spring. The Lahui Hawoii has
an account of the discovery cf a Cne spring of water
on Monday last at Kalihi, at a locality where no
water existed heretofore. Some workmen were en
gaged in digging a ditch through which to bring water
from the mountain, when unexpectedly a stream
burst out from the bottom of the ditch, which continues
to afford an abundant supply of pure water for drink
ing purposes and for irrigation. The writer suggests
that it is an omen of the good effects of Reciprocity.
It goes to show that a plenty of water could be bad
in similar situations on these islands by boring.
- School Examinations. The annual examinations
of the Fort Street, Royal, and Pohukaina Govern
ment Schools have came off during the past week,
wilh very satisfactory results in each. The Fort
Street School for boys (5S pupils) is under the
charge of Mr. M. B. Beckwith, assisted by Miss
Flora Wood the Royal School (with 198 boys)
has as principal the Rev. A. Mackintosh, with
assistants Mrs. C. E. Harris. .Miss Ida von Pfiater
and Miss C. Davis ; and in the Primary Depart
ment Misg h- Urickwood and Mi C. K.
Fornander the Pohukaina girls' sohool (formerly
the Mililani) is under the charge of Miss Corney
and Miss Dudoit, and has 75 pupils. "By reference
to the report of the President of the Board of
Education we Gnd that the number of children
attending schools in the district of Honolulu is no
less than 1794.
Sunday Schools. To-day the various Sunday
Schools have their annual celebration, by marching
through the streets, church exercises, and a picnic.
The following is the programme: The schools will
assemble at their respective rooms at half-past
nine o'clock. The Kawaiahao school will start
from the Kwaiabao Church at ten o'clock, and
pass through King. Richard and Beretania streets
to the Fort Street Chureh. where it will be joined
by the Fort Street School ; the procession will
then proceed to Nnuanu street, where it will be
joined by the Kaumakapili School, and then through
Xuuanu and King streets to the Bethel, and then
on through King street to the Kawaiahao Church
where an hour will be taken up in singinz and
short addresses. A picnic in the church yard will
follow the exercises in the church. We under
stand that His Ifajesty the King, and the members
of the Legislatit-e Assembly will attend the
services in the chqrch.
ny i ne saul
li ii ii. In nil li-ii
to the jiayment
Ar THE cl t V iC.-. :t t!.- l Sc!...d o:i
ThnrMjy l.i:. tv t.- r ah tr.:- J ?wb'-ljr, true
ur.jni.-tak.ib!- prt, :'s ' c.m-.Vt .vl th-.-ri -.ib
traif;ii: i:t F.n'.Vi tluxnar. T!. il cii'.l n vf
the h :; !. ? ,i- i.- !. .t'd :r.. -f t' - rn-i: i-
1 ii r s ivcre i.-r.d--.".-! exT.-M- S Tii pf :r.-
; c-n-i-tir:c ! -:itih!e li hh' ! -tribii'.-d
, fijl-iws : li-.. :vl-rri.,a. cr--'.' l t.uuib-r if p .1
! beh.iviot uirk-: '.d. II V. ,1 II T t ; ?1. .1. '.Vf.
minrt.ni : ; .t!i. (recitati.-n I.ut
M it i ti : t.!i. J . Kr.i i.
Ax Eaiiibiti j.s ly tLe stuJems of tLe Hawaiiau
Theological ietriioary, cf which the P.ev. B. W.
Pirker is Ptir.cipal, wn held at the Kiwaiaha
C'aurcS cn Tharsliy evening list. The Church was
wU fiue-1 wiiii u uttettiTe aiiecce,(aof.ly natives)
who were ed.5tvl ty speeches rsaJe in Hawaiian frcn
some vf th grudjaticg staJectj. Sorce cf the
sfe.ikers were remarkably eloquent both in Unguae
atii gesture and evince! a true appreciation cf the
"Greit Cause" cf which they were about to l
We are iLfuiuied by xesiJent Chitese tuerchants,
whom we consider reliable, that the class cf men se
lected by Mr. Asiu in Sao Franciao, and shortly ex
pecteJ here-; have been carefully chosen by him frcm
among several thousand recent arrivals, and that
they are maiiily Cautonese and up country agricul
turists, and cot, as has been represented, a bad and
undesirable lot. We have every coLtlicnce in the
probity and discretion cf Mr. Asia, wbcru we have
known as a re5pcctlle merchant in this city fur a
number of years past, an 1 trust that the new impor
tations will le satisfactory to the suar and rice
planters who are in immediate want cf UUr.
You ms Men's Outivri . A un.-Tbis organ
ization held in annui! meeting lor election tf
officers on May 9th. a: the reij-nce i f Mr. T. 11.
Davies. the President lor the la.t year. The re
ports for the pat year showed a prosperous con
dition of the Association and its enteipries. The
reading room holds its old positinn of attractive
ness and usefulness. The report of the wuik of
Sit Moon the Chinese Missionary was very en
couraging; a balance of 133.7." was reported in
the treasury and the financial resources as prom
ising. Tl.e addresses of the retiring President
was interesting and suggestive of the want Of
more various and wide sineading intliieuces from
the AssK'i ttion. The following officers were
elected tor the following ear: President. C.J.
Lyons; Vice-President. S. M. Iamon ; Treasurer,
C. M. Cooke ; Secretary, (i. P. Catle. The meet
ing broke up alter a pleasant hour devoted to
music and retreshments.
The Mortiso Combination Troupe performed at
the Royal Hawaiian Theatre on last Saturday even
ing to a full house. The marvelous trapeze acts of
Lottie aod Master Walter were highly appreciated
by the audience, and the great applause accorded to
those little wonders was well merited. Mile. Morting
was very pleasing in her song9, and received several
encores during the evening. Mr. Morting also ap
peared in character songs, with good effect. The
farce in the second part " In want of a servant,"
was very amusing, and in this Mr. Morting proved
himself well josted ia the negro business. On Mon
day and Wednesday evening the Company performed
to moderate houses, Lottie and Masters Walter and
Roma performing some astounding flying trapeze
acts on both nights, and a perfect shower of dollars
and various coins were thrown upon the stage by the
audieuce. The utmost propriety ia observed, there
being no trace of vulgarity in any cf the songs etc.,
perceptible. Timid people need apprehend no danger
attending the daring exploits of the juvenile acrobats,
as every appliance is perfectly safe, the fastening of
which is carefully attended to by the father of the
children, Mr. C. Morting. The company will appear
for the last time this evening, when all who have
not seen the entertainment should pay them a visit.
Shall We Import More Chinese ?
Mr. Editor It appears to me that at the present
meeting of the Hawaiian Legislature there are
few questions that are of more importance and re
quiring more consideration than the Chinese
Nations, like individuals, have three ways to ac
quire knowledge, to wit: From teaching, from
the experience of others, and from their own ex
perience. Well, for us, if our Hawaiian Congress
in this instance is wise to learn from the experi
ence of others and to make use of it; uo need for
us to go to far off countries to find out that a Chi
nese population is like the Upas tree, or like poison
in the leaves of civilizaiion. We have only to go
to our nearest neighbor, to California, to learn
from the experience ot other most prosperous
States of the American Union, that the Chinese
population is a curse to any and every civilized
country California ia a country large in extent,
with thousands of miles of the richest soil, with
a large population, amongst w hom the presence of
the present number of Chinese compared with the
number mixed into the population of this country
is, in fact, less than here; and notwithstanding this
the presence of those Chinese is felt so detrimental
and obnoxious to the best interests of the couutry,
that we may look forward with every mail to hear
of a popular outbreak and the commencement of a
war against the Chinese in the streets of San Fran
cisco, aa well as in the inland towns. But if a rich
and populous country like Cal; ornia feels the in
jurious influence of the Chine e?. how much more
do we feel it already, and will feel it in the future ?
The United States, by a treaty, are compelled to
endure the advent of the Chinese. Thanks be to
Providence that wa are unshackled and are inde
pendent and free to enact such laws as will pro
tect the best interests of the country while it is
time to do so. before the flood overwhelms tie.
It is true that but a few years ago Australia,
New Zealand, and California, etc., welcomed the
Chinese and induced thorn to immigrate. What
was the boon for which those countries, besides
others, so anxiously contended? It was Uit cheap
labor of the Chinese; but not as cheap at present
as it was then, and why then is it that those coun
tries at the present are as anxious and determined
to expel the Chinese? and the answer is, because
years of experience have fully demonstrated the fact
that thebenefits derived from Chinese cheap labor Jo
fall far below the immense and deadly injury which
the country at large svffers from Chinese population.
Such is the experience of all other countries that
ever handled this Chinese abomination, and there
fore well for us, if we have common sense enough
left us to learn from the experience of others, to
look upon the Chinese in the same light.
As long as we have need of cheap labor, the
introduction of Chinese must be necessary, and
even welcome; but it behooves the Legislature to
protect the best interests ot the country by pro
hibiting the Chinese from becoming citizens and
enjoying the rights and privileges as such, as no '
citizen must be always better than a bad and dan
gerous one. No Chinaniau ever beco'mes a citizen
in the true sen of the word, of any country. In
whatever country a Chinaman may be he always
feels himself to be & citizen of his Celestial Em
pire, and rothing ean ever tempt him to adopt
another country as . his permanent borne, or take
pride and iaterest in the prosperity of any coun
try, except so far as his individual purse is affect
ed. A Chi jaman can never f-el patriotism for any
country ou'-side of China, and no country can ad
vance in prosperity ichere patriotism is dead.
It is true that Chinese labor is cheap, that the
Chinese are industrious, persevering and economi
cal, but unfortunately their industry, perseverance
economy, though virtues, becomes the cur?e of any
country infested with a Chinese population. The
honey bee is industrious, looking for sweets far
and near, persevering in its labors from morn till
night, and bringing its stores into the hive fr the
benefit of her progeny and the general
community, her miniature country, besides by im
pregnating blossoms, spreading her benefits far
and wide. Every addition of one of these indus
trious little patriots becomes a gain to a country.
The cockroach is as industrious no doubt, as the
bee or the Chinaman, and ransacks the house wile's
pantry from morn till night, looking for sweets in
this pastry, or that cream pot, this beefsteak, or
that preserve, and he thrives upon hia fare and his
labor, and increases in generations; but whoever
heard of a fcouse-wife introducing these industrious
but selSsh laborers, veritable Chinese, into her
cupboard or pantry ?
And here lies the ditf-reuce between bee and
cockroach, that while the former is a patriot the
latter is a miserly and altogether selfish laborer,
who will work w ith industry at any and everytbinz
troin which he can draw t!. least substance, per
severe, economize with the ar.imiis of the m st
refined miser, alone and entirely for his own indi
vidual self. He knows no country but China, and
every feeling, every thought, every hope and am
bition is centred in himself again in China.
The drain of specie by the Chinese from Cali
fornia is estimated at $75,000 daily, as a low esti
mate, and California, rich and prosperous country,
feels the constant drain. Here, our daily eornplaint
ii bard times, no money in the country. How
much specie have tl.ose 2000 Chinese, that are dis
tributed about tLe islands, drawn from this coun
try during the last ten years? A question perhaps
difficult to answer correctly, but well demonstrated
by the fact of the present scarcity of gold bad
other specie. Our exports during ttie last ten
years bare ip,cre.ed iioru year to year, while our
specie has become le?s every year. Where ha it
Every Chinaman who ships as laborer on a plan
tation and receives an advance from $30 to $50,
Pip Buttons, Cigarette Patier, etc., etc.
' ihi.iiiii.iiI I...I..MU.T
i.f. rs I
s (tl 't.-V it!. ill a vn t k '. ll 'llollll
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t i 'e
; i ii l"! ati 1 a'l-r f;-.ta. r !
ni h: en-.j'loyer ait order i the store
-ry I i::u il or totiHCio. Ererj O I
d-a er. uf! r J .vi:ii f.ii ed I t lniir-.
ni let ill
.tr!i,in o ..r l!i r timi
. 1 A Certain n !.. M'.t of
.. lie can bind t!;- C'ii.1.
h.-'i he l a a c .ni i
'nh. ri ii,. n to t'l.ri.
. t any coiintrv. IIh
hen I i a- i um'i at i ;i
1 iMl ltt-n t r turn lo
l.iio r. or at least It'
: t i tbi. count y tMt a
from 11 the sjii-i i- t!al
risi s of lasting bta-!H
!) and tu i' r !. and
st-.ci. n: lear .1
h -tn- in t'!ii-i. All hi
ct-ej. ot i'. or.- n b-n-i
d-J ifj-iry. by d.-awii!
:M have built up etiw-rj
to the country.
Let the native Hawaiian who ba to l-w rr
4aurcei frora which to r-ra a living by iodepecJ
ct scant incoc. a-d hundreds of Chines cock-
roaches rush into the buiue. Let reciprocity
rcake rice culture a profitable a ugr, aad in a
few years the Chinese cockroach will bav every
r.xd" cf rice land by fair or foul means from the'
na'ive land owner, till every taro patch f con
verted int . lie- land, and native are lett tosUive
for wsctvl their national food; and what benefit
will the $ I0 i.i00 or S3 0.0i)0 imported for our
rice crop by the industry of Chines be t ihe
C o'iritry ? Every dollar will thid its way to China,
and when the lauds are worn out and useless,
h hen the lem n is squeezed, lb Chinese will leave
the rind t j an itupov rish-d people-, which was
foolish, sn void ol common -;:. to permit
tbeui to transfer the kernel to tlieir hour and
throwing the husk to the nlive owners of lie ajil.
V deire to repopulate tue island, but by alt
mean let our immigrants be the b-r. instead i t
The mechanic vtho i-.iru liotu two dollars to
three dollars p r day by l.i lab r. and upposU a
i rspeclable lauiity. h !o look tv this Country us a
lioiiitf for their children, i-d. -placed by the Chinese
ul.) wotks for one-!ouitU t f the white mail's price,
and while the former speeds tit income iu the
country of his adaption, tin Chinese cockroach
accumulate by hi miseily economy, and the
country lose not only that amount amased. but
an enlightened family und its income are di I ten ,
fmm the country. j
I have abstained altogether from considering the
Chin-se que. ion from a moral Mind point, being I
convinced that the above rtuiatk will remain I
equally g.o fir every well wisher of these islands, i
Every father who looks f r a home for hi children;
every native who desires the independence of hi i
native land, must have the eat nest desire t lie pro- i
tected trom the incursion of these Asiatic leeches,
this mighty curse to th progress and prosperity of '
Hawaii rn i. and the remnant of a race that was ;
once numerous and prosperous j
It would be unwise to prohibit cheap labor ,
(while labor is so much needed) from eiiteiing the j
country, but if labor d-sire t niter the country,
l is not more than the common good demand, that
such labor is und remains available labor. It i a
Miicida , a moie than lunatic action, to introduce
cheap laborers into the country at a nfeitt expense,
to allow them, after a few years, and a soon as
they have become u-iful a laborers, by having
learned the labor required of them, to leave the
labor for which they were imported, to prey upon
the community, and as the cockroach deQIe every
thing eatable iu a pantry, to gnaw at every indn
try by which valuable citizen-, skilled and reliable
mechanic, and native owneis of their native coil,
make their livtng. I hope, therefore, most earhesly,
that to avoid the future popular wrath of an injur
ed and long-suffei ing people, our Representative,
mindful of the best interests of their Country, will
advocate a law prohibiting the presence iu this
country of Chinese, otherwise than a hired labor
ers on field, or as domestic servants; a law which
prohibit the giving of any kind of license to Chi
nese, and prohibits the renewal of all licenses at
present in fore after their expiration, except li
censes to wholesale merchants, and importers.
Let all Chinese be prohibited from holding
lands by purchase, lease or rental, and all Chinese,
that two Month alter the proclamation of such a
law. are found unLired, be set to work by the gov
ernment at public labor, at twenfy-flve cent per
day, until a sufficient amount ha been thus earned
by them to pay their passage back to China. Such
a law, strictly enforced, would make labor more
permanent, and the country would b cleansed
from a sore that is every day eating more deeply
into its life.
Self preservation Is the first natural law of indi
viduals, and no less of nations. To continue
Chinese immigration, with an idea to repopulation,
would be the conception of tha brain of a lunatic;
as no person can possibly bo ignorant of the fact
that for every life added to the population by
inter-marriage of Chinese with native women, others
may have been sent to untimely graves through
Chinese immoralities and Chinese vices, before un
known in this country.
Respectfully submitted to the consideration of
the public, by your bumble servant, II.
Concert at Makawao.
A very enjoyable concert was given at the
native church in Makawao, Maui, on Saturday
evening of last week ; the performers being Mist
Eva Spencer, Miss Lottie Alexander, and Mi!i
Bella Miller, with Messrs. Dickey and WrtoUey as
vocalists, and Mr. Schneider, violinist.
The building was lit. und the stage decorated
with superb masses of lilies and begonia, over
topped with hala tufts, and set eff with innile. At
the back ot the stage were the two national flags,
happily united by Reciprocity' Mist Alexander
presided at the pianoforte, and, with Mr.
Schneider, rendered pleasingly many beautilnl
marches, waltzes etc. " The (iypsy Counter' a
Duett, by Miss Spencer and Mr. Dickey, wa well
sung and encored: n was the next song, " Home
sweet Home," by Miss Miller, and Mr. Dickey, then
fave us a comic tong. after which Old folks at
lome' was charmingly Hung by Mis Spencer,
the gentlemen coming in effectively In the chorus.
' Larboard Watch' was followed by " Du List mlr
nab. und doch so fern'' by Mis Miller ; and then
Leaf by Leaf." arranged as a quartette was
finely sung by Misses Spencer and Miller, and
Messrs. Dickey and Woolsey.
The performance ended with Ixihui Ilaioiii, and
the audience dispersed well pleased. The night
was a fine one, and the church wat filled to over
flowing. We were treated t a " nianuahi," in the
shape of a marriage ; a fond and blushing couple
being happily united in the silken Ac. by the ven
erable Pastor. Rev. J. S. fJreen. for whose benefit
the concert was given. Mis Miller' voice, and
style of Kinging, show that rhe ban improved her
time while ia San FrancNco ; and ube bidt fair lo
still further establish Hawaii nei', leputation
abroad for good singer. We hope to hear her In
Honolulu before he return to the Coast.
A Pleasant Retreat.
' The mountain-house recently built for Mr. 8. T
Alexander, on the north slope of Haleakalt, at an
elevation cf 4000 feet, is fully repaying its owner
and his family in the pleasant retreat it affords thcid
from the heat and I may add, dutl juut now, of
Haiku and Wailuku.
From a long distance the pretty little cottage chow
white against the dark green cf the mountain, and a
visit there, revealed new beauties in the magnificent
view afforded from the veranda. Then a short walk,
down the slope to a sunny hollow was amply repaid
by the sight cf young fruit trees and berry-bearing
bushes that are fairly domiciled io their new home.
There are apple, plum, peach, pear, and apricot
trees; strawberry, blackberry, raspberry, gooseberry,
and other bushes; grape vines and nt. , Walnut,
chestnut, snd locust trees are to be found; and
amongst the vegetables, pie-plant, or rhubarb, pota
toes, etc., and all ar growing splendidly. Mr.
Alexander tells me that not a root, cutting, young
tree, or shrub, or vine of the many received from
San Francisco, died. All have done well, and give
promise cf future fruitfulness. In a few jearf, U is
to be hoped, that many ether summer retreats miy
be located cn this mountain; where, while within
easy reach cf the steamer and schooner, can Le found
a delightful cliuiate, pure air and water, and fruits
and vegetables without limit. Now, tt the cheerful
light from " Olinda " gleamt out, one thinks:
" So shines a good deed in A naughty world."
April, 1876, H. B. B. School, Makawao, Maci.
Barometer. During the month the range has been
small. Lowest reading, April 2J, '2 a. rn. 20.8b.
Highest, April etb, 9 p. m. 80.1 1. Average for the
month, 30. lo; being slightly above the normal value
for this station.
Thermomrler. Ringe during ibe month frora 64
the lowest April 23d,'to Highest, April 25th.
Average memoranda for the month, CI:4o, being
Hygromfter. The mean relitiva humility for the
month was .700. The first Lalf cf the month, .771 ;
decidedly below the normal mean.
Jloin. First half cf the month 2 12 inches. Last
half, 3. 89 inches. Total, C inches; being a marked
deficiency. The average amount fjr April for the
last three years has been 10 inches There wa ten
days during the month on which it rained. April 27,
in the night there fell 3 ioches, leaving 8 inches for
the balance cf the month-
HW. N. E , il days. S. E , 1 day. Calm
days. Average speed per hour, b miles.
the daily fall of the barometer during th wittttr,
has been quite rapid from Loon to 10.Q p. .ti. and
from 1 to 3 p m., much slower.
April has been noticeable on account cf the quan
tity cf ' npper" clouds shown. Also from the com
parative dryness cf the air at this station, and the
steadiness cf X. E., winds. f . L.. Ciab ke.
NO. 16 MERCHANT
to I y the Kl.tor oftht I'n Ji: Cc.im-. rial .4.if.Ii"
Sia : On Saturday afieiti.-! cf U week lUre
simn irrot ru le cf i lni tieed dlor. tr-b rig-
. . .1. . . - .t t..m . I... 1
ing lo i lie i.. r". J. .r.r.,t '
truu'ity wou d be made M.i cf any !rrnt
in n run col l. The tor advr -t $ iuioui I t-y
rnty ri,en at coulJ raMoiljr lay tnir lxi. lacu Iimo;
so'ne at'emt ling lo twtst an I wrroeli Lis lunlw, if
fur no other pnrsi lhn pur icitur .r (siiili
out pclice uiiilurm) bl fosusgel lo gel mmo
between lb utlerer's I- wh.le with Mud Uarve-t
into the asi'm's cellar be was e-l leu' ' ut
most tfjirtt lo tregl the mar) Tl '-t
csrtaibly i.ot far from l-vinc cevupliisl, h it h
nig bad rwscbsd the tatiotvhoas deor; what oc
curred ictide, I is ret ktow frcm personal cbserva
tion. at I was anil' lo ct tain otrat.ee through the
I ItDTQ'n crowd lht wrtooDdod XI a
informed that the treatoksot the rcr Mlcw rcs-oived
there, was tee r.T i Iff r0talUf ) than b ofle.red
io the street. ' .
It is clearly a diegraoe te lb pol" Cbiltiw
that such things should occur; anJ if Ihey sn le
retsedielio no other way, U is time that Consult
should interfere in behalf cf their coiintrymf n,
horn they are sent litre to pr. teel. ' Nuiwemua
respecrablt witnesses were present, who will verify
the ftstetneot here given. I'a Plat.
The above eommuoicaliwu wat crew lei oat Ut
week. Zd J
(CitfrwpoodeiM-e of Ik P. C. 4dm ! . J
Monthly Letter from Europe.
1-oMM.ix, My lt, IKo.
.Vur .Vr.-. Uear Admiral Hauootk bat Just
l-eeo tslected by lb Admiralty to succeed Rear Ad
miral Cocbraue, at commander iu chief cf the Paclflj
latum. Admiral Hancock, wLom lttt eoinruan.l was
econJ in command of the channel squadron, will
hoist hi fUg on boarJ tl. Mo. V0, Iron -iew
frigate, now being brought forwtrJ at Porlsnuulb
fcr comniistion. Admiral Cochrane, mho wat ap
pointed Juut Ctb. It'S, will liluui Louie iu the H
u.'f, Y2, '-rew flag-thip, arruur-platcl. Cat laiu It.
Carter, as soon bt i ri bevel ly Adioiial llaiirsn k,
who i rxpectel lo arrive on his stati-u about lb
latter nl cf June. The Shah will U lb tut tetw-l
syppliel with "Jailing guilt uuder lb new rrgul.
lion, recently ado-t.J by the Admiralty. Admital
Ilncck bat aipvinle I i' taiu V ia. IL Kennedy
bit flag ctptaio. This cflicer, who is aliealy well
known at Honolulu, baa jut published a lck cn
Spotting Advi nturet ia the Pacifld whll in ooiu
maad of II. U. M.'a 8. HnnJnr," wilh illdstralion
by lb tuthor, Sampson Ixw. Th tcrew coi vtttet
i'rtcrtl, 3, Commander Cocktou, and 7io, H,
Capt. Pollard, are toth nnder rdeit to retaru lioine
from the Pacific station lo be pai l out cf coiuummioii
at Devcnporl. The Vhnl'.tmgtr nr.chrd Ht. Vincent
April lyth. and wat lo leave for bom on the HClh.
The Hawaiian bark H. C. Wylle, Captain Woltert,
haviug left Honolulu in Dcoember last, arrived afely
at Urciuerhaven on Sunday morning, April Vih, after
a trip cf 183 day.
" Myth and Songt from the South Pacific, a col
lection of late and early Polynesian legends, by lb
Rev. W. W. UiU, for '12 yean uilaaiouary in lh
Hervey Islands," (King & Co..) it a laudabl at
tempt lo rcacue tht uiythologio kgcudt, diauiatio
liymnt and funeral dirge of Mangaia, lh outlicTii
uiot isl of the group, fro lh total oblivion into
which, like these of Hawaii, they mint ere long lull
before lh advancing lufluenc of th rtiwiiog rchool
and society Bible. The Rev. A. S . Miinay lm alu
published, Forty Years' Miselonary Work in Poly,
netia and New Oulnrt." At tho Linncan Society,
Prof. Dickie recently read a patr cn Pctynesiau
Algie;" at lh Arthropoiogiotl Inttitut. Mr. Hankrn
spoke on " South Sea Islanders."
Capt. Q. L. Tupnian, IL M. A., ia now toperiu'en I
ing at lh Royal Obervatory, Greenwich, lh teluo.
tion of lh British obttrvation of the Transit cf
Venu which h himself tuccoskfully obtrrved at
Honckaupu, Honolulu, Doe. B, lb74. Major Noble,
R. A , ha just been appointed judge on th part cf
England in the tectum cf Artillery and Vr-lik
Store at the Philadelphia Ethibltion, wher be may
meet some of Lis Hawaiian fiicndi. F. li.
P. 8. Admiral Hancock will not go cot In lh
Shah, as originally intended, but proceeds Iu lh
mail steamer Ihia month lo Panama, where b will
meet the Jlrpulif, whereupon Admiral Coclirtn will
ttrike bia flag and th new Admiral' will be hoisted
on the miiien- Admiral Cochrane, Capt. Carter and
the Admiral's Staff will come bom by lb mail
ttcauier from Panama. Capt. Kennedy will mean,
while commission the Shah with a complement cf tM
men and efheert, and take Ltr cut for service cn lh
SESSION OF 1070.
TiiiBTt-ForiiTii Day Juno H.
REPORT SrEClit, COMMiriEKt.
The Commissioner of Crown Lund, as requested
by a former resolution patted by th House, r.
forted that the receipt of the Crown land from
cbroary 8. 1874, to Jun 1. 1870. wriefKC,77H H;
and alto that all th Crown land were leased with
the exception of a few small patches.
Th committee lo whom wit referred a petition
againat the Honorable H. M. Ktmukau retain ing Id
test, reported, reoom mend log that th stm L de
clared vacant, and that a new election L ordered.
Hon. Mr. Halstead moved to omen 1 that La be
allowed bis pay. .
Hon. Mr. IS'awahl moved lo uicend that L be re
quested to tender LI resignation after be I paid.
A discussion then a rot a to the right of this
House to declare the seat vacant, and, m riding lb
same, th House lock a recce at 12 m.
After recct th ruction to indefinitely cstpoii
was lost ; that lo request LI in to lender Li resigna
tion was lost ; the motion that lo be paid fjil.Vl wa
lo lost ; and lh report cf the committee Was then
' tla ffi.n Ur TTalamanu Tl.al I. I . I f
in the Latbor of Honokaa, Hawaii.
T "TIoo. Mr. Preston read for th first time the fol
lowing Act : An Act lo repeal Chspter 4 cf the S
tion Law of 1874, relating to niarrvLfig f Hawaiian
female to Chinese ; an Act lo repeal ( hapter 1H cf
Session Law cf 1874 ( also, u Act I amend Sec
tion 1 cf an Act requiring the taking cf lh oath cf
allegiance. On motion, the mle were suspended,
and the latter Act wa rer I for lb aecond lim by
it title, and referred to th Ccmiailte cn Revision.
Hon. Mr. Birch gave nolle cf an Act. to amend
Section 1C, Chapter 41, of tL Penal Code. '
Hon. Mr. Kaltukca gave cotic cf a proposed
amendment lo Article Gl cf Ibe Constitution.
t Hon. Mr. Kalu rend a retolutlon that tle auni cf
$ 1, 000 be appropriated fur the erection cf a bridge
over the Wailua ttrtam, on Molokai.
On motion, the role wer sutisended, and lion.
Mr. Kauhant read a petition lLat th awa llofne be
abrilithed, and several othfis, from Mukawno.
Hi Excellency the Attorney.fJcncral read for lh
first timt an Act to amend Section 18, Chapter 8H,
cf the Penal Cod ; also, an Act lo amend to Act re.
lating to gambling, approved July 18, 1M70
Hon. Mr. iUUtead gT nolle cf an Act It aineud
Chspter oo cf th Penal Cod.
Hit Excellency thMjnittw cf PcreigB AStir In
troduced a resolution that Friday neit b tet tpaii
a a day for the consideration cf the subject cf Immi
Hun. Mr. iS'aill introduced . rWuliu , ibat
91,400 Wapproptialad fot a Com t-usMi aul look-up
for th dittrict of Koclauloa.
Hi Excellency th Attorney.Gcnertl intioduc a
resvdution that the House tuett al 1 r. u. every uty,
and m-t at 10 a, h. aad adjourn at 12 m. q fWtr.
days, 'fhetobtion to Indefinitely rxstpon wa lout,
and the retcluticn wt then adopted.
ORDER or Ttir DAT.
An Act relating to voting for representatives cam
up cn its second reading, and, on motion, was re
ferred to a select committee.
An Act to amend Section 2o cf tu Act to repeal
Chapter 10 cf th Civil Code, relating lo the Bureau
cf Public Instruction, earn np on Us second reading,
and.cn motioD,"was deferred to Le considered cn
An Act to amend Section 1 and 2 cf an Ael ap
proved Jul 22, 18C8; alto, lo amend Sections 1
and 3 cf an Act approved July 18, 1874, relating to
butchering, came tip on a aeond reading, and, on
motion, were referred lo a (elect committee.
An Act to amend Section 4 cf an Act lo amend an
Act relating to I he tax cn animal, etc pc it
second reading, and was, on mot id n, j til on lb
table. ' . . v.i jM.tr.:
An Act fo amend Section 1,417 of lb Clvtl Code,
relating lo lb g cf persons entering into con
tracts to labor, carae ap on it second reading. On
motion, it wa referred to a select committee.
An Act to amend Section 1,419 of lh Civil Code,
aod also an Act to amend Section 1,420 cf iL Civil
Code, nlating to masters and Tvants, can up en
their second reading, and wer both referred I Ik
An Act lo permit the tile cf r pints came up on it
second reading, and, on motion, wa ltid o L
table. - .
An Act to increar the Hawaiian people was read
by its title and referred to a seloct committer
An Act to amnd Sections 11, 12 4 If of an
Act to repeal Chapter 10 cf Ik Civil Coda relating
to the Bureau cf Public Instruction, and abolishing
tht cCk cf (Superintendent of School cam jp en
its second reading, and, on notion, wa laid cn lh
An Act to amend Section 101 of th Civil Coda,
relating to boat licenses, cam np on it second read
ing, and, eft motion,' wai ordered to engrossment.
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