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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 10, 1832.
Jno. Palmer & Co.,
HONOLULTJ, H. I.
Viz have ths Larjsst St:
Tfis E33t Asscrtir.iit,
At ths Lzyzzz Prices
IiST THE KINGDOM
All the Old Reliable Remedies,
AU the Popular Remedies.
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Fimcy Goods and
Fine Stock of Drugs & Chemicals
W oak peei!ty of Compounding
ASD HAY A
Store Day & Nlht I
t& Particular Attention Paid to Ialand
Cider & Ginger Ale,
Which, la Quality and Delicacy of Flavor,
Stands Without a Rival
XT W deliver lo any part of th City, and ship U, may
part of tit lataotia.
SEE OUR PRICES :
(fc, 0 cent per down
Sparkling Champagne Cider, to puest
coppered boUe 50
Sparkling Champaaoa Cider, in pin
Ckop(w bottle ... 1
fprkln C&iMapxjro Cider, to a.' . m
Cbarapagn b"tile 60
U Band joar Orders to
JNO. A. PALMER V CO.
d my 121
New Store I
J. IOTJ? &m
Intern their friend and the general public that their
New Furniture Warerooms
XO. 74 KINO STREET,
I. ootr stocked Ub a Large and Fin A Mortal ent of Tarn Ha re
S0F1S, LOCXGES, T1BLES, CU1IRS,
. CHIFFONIER, WlttDROBES,
DF.n&S, CRIBS, Jte., .e.
Ail of which will be eold at extraordinary low price for Cm
Wt maaabdore to Order all.kind. of Mattre in Udr. Kx
editor and Straw, and hare alao oo hand Feather,
Hair. Moaa. knrea and Straw Pillow,
jtut received an In Twice of lii
Oelehrated Non Plus Ultra
STPROsTGr BEDS !
Coy, Comfortable, Cheap aod CooveoienL
Window Cornices made to Order, and
Matting laid and tken up.
Remember lh address.
j itnPP 1c. CO..
No. T4 KINO 8TBKET.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS !
( I ta ported Free f Dsity.)
Ex. Am. S. S. "City of New York,"
and Am Bk. "D. C. Murray."
And Consisting of a Larga Assortment of
PRINTS & DRESS GOODS
Printed Pique, Lawns, Poplins,
Brocade. Moniee. Silk, Fancy
ti.. TTaivlkerchief. Shaw!.
"pool Cotton, Towel. Blanket
a-kiK ami Brown Cottons,
Cantoo runnels. Cottooadea,
. ALS'i -
. 8CCH A3
Coats and Pants of Cassimere
Diagonal, Cottonade, Duck,
&c &c. &c, &c.
Blanket Lined Suit,
Shirt, white, fancy, scarlet, etc..
Socks, Coder Shirt. Drawer, etc
XT For Sale at Low Bate by
H. HACKFELO & CO.
Notice to Travellers!
MR. H. I. WOOD
HA3 BEEN APPOINTED AGKNT AT
1YIAHUK0NA and KOHALA
8, F. k 1I0X0LCLC TRANSFER fO.
OFFICE AT DR. WIGHT'S STORE.
ST Baggage landed from the Steamer
and Delivered as per Address:
S. F. & HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.
try The best Percale shirts, eitra cctts and
two coixABs, for only $1 50, at Cbas. Fishxu
w aw VKIRS ). VIIK I XV .4
I'M. p;.rrii ire in '17 .r. w h- u bi aed to r" C'omO
ham njt mnn 01 1(1-. a h Ii'-i:rh . i:i r hinna Rrr, i.ear
Cu l'i Mill, Nr Jr-r. r f 11 sf.'. e trtk'-l o oM
Comih a l-re tyc-tii or lia'.f in' d ir.-f , we f.uo-l
where Ihe oid Cfxn vei l a. K.e I.' V wa 'imi out
dred anj rrrf.ly f.-rl from IL rvu: J - Hold on Roa. eao-
not joa te t,tl a Irw ii.c i- vi ihi. HU l im.ik 1
can oniewt tnat Cari-re Makrr tiiat eif. i-hrd iCimp
Chop La Xirhiern Ilarv)rd tui xty-Cre in lloooiata. if
he came d wo fvur or Ore r,r.. I ta-n iil drop f.om four
to Ore ten. At at.y rale th- t. e a ao hisb I bat none of a
boya cooid ret to lu He caiie-1 01 the own-r of tbetrxe and
he would not allow the tree to be rat. We beard the itory,
and our blond waa t nel. io we icat?red a party of about
fifteen of in beat of L boyi an 1 went for tbe oil Ooa. We
were boa ad to have him anyhow. None of o byacoald
eil it b ap to the Loir. o we wrr- iuitM wbat to d. flolly we
rased out the bole where th old t;.xo waa. o h ub op In the
great tree, aiwi we n-A hinu the frrinolnf capacity of the re
now era Liaeld Crorke:t r tbe muaicd power 10 cbarm. we
reaorted to airateiy Ves, a Arlemu Ward woald ity.
atrateer icy boia. Tbrte b..i were dupitened tor a larite
boul or prtrol-um Oil. - II . LI 00 l.okt, we had no prtroleusa
Ihem dat." I m-ao ihry wn.l (11 larifr bottie of Turprn-
tlrje. and five boy went for it,- lrct pole to attach tO$et!iet
to reach tbe hole. 1 be b ttie of turpentine wa hnnf to tbe
end of the pole, and ib?n r-lel up to tbe bole, and throat
partly Into It, we tb.n took ainulgjoand hot tbe bottle 10
piece, the content ran duwn into tbe trre. bat no Coon ap
peared, we than attached a Ufhtrd torch aod raled It to Ui
Then cine a but of thandrrmg toaad,
Tbxt Cooo, Oh, b--rr wt he
Atk of the d .ra-a ih.t Uaurd around
lhat bole, in ibe old B .Itmiwood tree.
He cme terl mc out witn a boand.
At one awfal lep. be reacltrd thr (round.
And found himaclf In K-Jic'a illOl", WQere
We lYIay Go and Sec
Those Nice Carria&es
We Are Turning Oat All Kinds of
TOP PHEATONS. BUOQIES,
Everything that Runs on Wheels
ALL. Kl.VOS OF
O X II A . I A X FO R S A I.K.
Hpoke, Hub. Felloes and Brnt Ritns.
Haringa Urge Lot of Coal on h-n l. I am b-mol to get
rid of, at the LOWKT SPOT fKlCK.- Alao,
ALL KINDS OF IRON
flarirg a Large Lot on the way.
All Kinds of BL AOKSMITHING
DONE AT SHORT NOT1CK.
Artesian Well Work
PROMPTLY ATTBXDEO TO.
Ia fat, everything th t ! mad of Iron, Wood Wrk, Paint
ing, Triatmmg, flaUng. Visa,
ALL KINDS OF HARNESS !
Baddle. Bridle. Collar, Uames.
I HAVE A CHOICE LOT Off
English and Americto Sad lira. Curry Combs. Whips,
In fact, one th"0aai Article worth mentioning.
1 have for sale lots of
Bine Bock and Carrier Pigeons,
Nice Berkshire Pigs,
Brown and White Leghorn Eggs, Three
Dollars for 13 good, healthy Fowls
I also have on bind a Urge lot of
CJ "3? 27-IS 33C ,
Imported by me at treat expense from the Delia are Rieer,
which I keep lo CIV K AW A V Partie hueine l.srtre Ponds
who wish to tck tbcra with Bah. They will do well !
brackish or fresh Water. Anyone atuhitift Oieee fish will
please send direct to me, aod tney will be aupplied.
Shops on King strret. No. 75, 77, 79, 81 aad 83
N. B. All Kinds of FISH NETS constant
ly on hand and For Sale Cheap.
TO THE PUBLIC !
mrnrE have recently opened the
T v premise at No. 18 Nuuanu street, intending to carry
on basinesa as
PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
Oar lone experience as MECII tNICS warrant us in say
ing that our new venture will mrrt a want long felt in Ibis
All Orders we may be Favored With,
Attended to under enr own Personal
And executed In a tlicrou.'h, c tnceient and workmanlike
n,ani'er, on the moat approved bauitary Principles.
BY STRICT APPLICATION to BUSINESS
WE TRUST TC MKlllT A
SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE !
And we shall at all times endenror M give our Patrons
the almost SHtitctioo. botn In jrleciion of
Work and Moderate Chaigej.
Couso" fcilxiio ST to Worli
BATHS, WiTF.R CLOSETS, WISH BOWLS, Etc.,
ALW ATS OS HAND.
Ppecltl Attention iro to the fining up of the SPRING
FIKLO OAS MACIII.NK'.
BROWN Ai PHILLIPS.
Plumbers. Gas Fitters and Coppersmiths.
Opposite F. T, Lenehan Co.. No. 18 Nuuana St. mar 3m
Real Kstate For Sale.
A Very Pleasant and Roomy Cottage
with Yard. RirHen an I Outhonsrs. in a desirable location and
a short walk in? dstauc: from the p st office. It contains a
Large Parlor. Il ins- Kooi., a or nearooms. a raninea.
K itcben with Brick Chimney and has Verandahs at the front
and bad. Alao SrrTant' li..ur. U .th lluuae. (.arrtage oneu.
8tble f .r two llores. Wrd .-hed. etc PKICK L'V AND
lEKMii KSY. A Urite ortion of t:i i-urchase monrr may
remain on oiortgsge on lh premises. Title prriect and war
rr Pou SALE a Smaller Cottnr, adi nuing the
abore, suitable for a ttnll Pain ly, and s.iil uuder lease.
ISma rtf HfUO ST A Nil KN ff A LP. M. P.
TO SUGAR PLANTERS.
Having tested the Efficiency of
PATENT IV I HE ROPEffAV '
Garry 11r7 Siiffsir Ganc,
I hare purchnseJ from Mr. A.S. IJa'.lidie
The Exclusive Right of said Patent
Ilnwaiia n Islands !
And hereby gire notice that I am prepared
To Furnish Material or Contract to erect
Lines of any desired Length or
interested in the transportation of Sugar Cane
(. p ... um!....!!.. Hiu.iallf nrr hrnVrn and riiffi.
cult around, are invited t inspect the line working upon my
. ..... i n t . . . -n nn Via .1 lh
plootatioo at neana. or mc piuurc
Office of Measra. . G. Irwin Co . Honolulu.
Any Information will be che-rlna y given by the undersigned
or by MR J M. T HUM PrtON, care Mtri. Irwin Co., who
Will visit to-liile where lines may be desired, and make prs
proflle and estimate for the same.
m.'r.tf Z. S. SPALDING.
Twtn'y-stttr'h Diy Continued.
Hon. Mr. Keaa movol t aaitml Ly aMing the
word ''atd for no othf-r pnrroso."
Ili-a Exctllcucy the rrt-mi-r. state? 1 that while
en th? tVmniittee of I'linnce he had endeavored
to find ont for what purjiose the Oj'rxj had been
spent, but all ho wm t:i.ib'.. d t i learn was that
it bad lift bven used f"r tho urj.os for which
it was npproriat-d. The Coronation of His
Majesty w as inten le-1 t do hncor to the King
and to protu'jtc ft national seutiment amongst
Hawaiian, and if tLe money was appropriated
for the purpose by the Asx mbly the present
Ministry would not divert the appropriation from
the object intended.
Hon. Mr. Kaulakon spoke in favor of the item
and Hon. Mr. Nawahi against, the latter Honor
able gentleman saying that he would not object
so mnch if he could only find out what had be
come of the $6,000 expended. He had endeavored
to obtain some information, and all he could
obtain was told him by the Chief Clerk of the
Department who said the amount wa drawn
about the time of Hi3 Majesty's departure on
hi9 tour. The amount was drawn by a certain
individual, his receipt is there, and that is all the
Hon. J. Mott Smith, said that he rose with
considerable diffidence to speak on the subject,
but it was a matter to which he had given con
siderable thought, and he deplored the attempt
to introduce this ceremony if coronat.on, as an
innovation upon Hawaiian manners and customs
being new to Hawaiian history and to Hawaiian
sentiment. His Majesty has been a ruler of the
Kingdom for tight years and not until the last
Session was this project of coronation broached.
The Hon. Noble said further that he had not
approved of the measure, at the last Session of
the Assembly nor did he approve of it now.
He considered the ctremony of coronation, the
engrafting of foreign custo t s into tbose of the
Hawaiian nation and only the initiative step to
ward a further departure from the customs and
ways of the nation, and would not advance the
love of the Hawaiians for their Sovereign.
The Hon. Noble did not think that this item
of $10,000 told the whole story, this item was a
mere bagatelle to what would be required to en
tertain the foreign potentates who would proba
bly bo present at the coronation. The succeed
ing item of $20,000 for the entertainment of for
eign representatives would be insufficient to meet
the expenses of entertaining even one prince aud
his retinue should such be present at the ceremo
nies. At this hour a recess was taken by the Com
mittee until 2 p.m.
On the Committee re-assembling the Honor
able Noble Smith, aaiu took the floor and con
tinued his argument against the Coronation
item, and in closing he desired to state that he
spoke not against the dignity or authority of His
Majesty, but against a measure which he thought
injurious to the best interests of the nation. He
warned the members of the Assembly from being
moved by the arguments of His Excellency the
Minister "of Foreign Affairs, whom, he understood
was to reply to his remarks, and he hoped that
the ''silver tongue and persuasive words' of His
Excellency would not induce the members to al
low the passage of the item.
nis Excellency the Minister of Foreign Affairs
replied to the Hon. Noble Smith, saying that he
had been supposing a great many improbable
difficulties and setting up a great many men of
straw simply to be knocked down. (Applause.)
He speaks to us of the danger of going in
to debt ; yet he would persuade ns to ob
tain half a million dollars to bring Portuguese
to this country. (Laughter and applause.) I
do not suppose that the Hon. Noble would ob
ject if an an expensive commission was sent
from this country to Washington to take care of
the Reciprocity Treaty. He hardly considered
the Hon. Noble was as much afraid of indebted
ness as he states, inasmuch as the Legislature of
1S72 authorized a loan of $2.0,000 aud he was
a member of the Government at the time. With
regard to a remark made by the Hon. Noble
Bishop and repeated by the Hon. Noble who has
just closed, referring to the coronation as being
an entirely now matter, new to Hawaiians, he
begged to say to the Assembly lhat the "poni,''
or ceremonial of installation of a chief was prac
ticed in ancient times.
Both of the Hon. Nobles take simply an utili
tarian view of the' ceremony of coronation,
and regard the symbols accompanying such a
ceremony as valueless, and as mere baubles.
And when the Hon. Nobles put round their necks
collars, and place on their breasts insignia, that
are symbols of decorations and honors bestowed
by the Sovereign, do they regard them as value
less, and mere baubles? Is th.re no value in
symbols ? What would be the marriage cere
mony without the symbol of the gold ring ?
So with the coronation of a great chief, the
ceremony should be solemnised v. iih the appro
priate symbols and surroundings. The Hon.
Noble says that the ceremony of the coronation
is but an idle one, and adds naught to the
dignity of the King or the interests of the
people. Would he not perhaps say of His
Majesty's travel abroad that it was an idle parade.
Was His Majesty's visit to Washington, to meet
and mingle with the dignitaries of the Great
Republic of America, an idle ceremony ? Did
it not help to make these Honorable Nobles
rich ? Hon. Mr. Bishop : " No." But if it has
not made you rich, it has made you extremely
anxious to maintain the political measure brought
about by the presence of the King. But I say the
ceremony is (?)not a new feature. In former times
the Kings of Hawaii were satisfied with the simple
ceremonial of an oath in a palace or a church.
But under what circumstances did King Kalakana
have the oath administered on his accession ?
Was it not surrounded with difficulty and
danger ? He did not take it in a Palace or in a
church, but on the steps of a small building,
without proper support and surroundings. Our
King has since been rouud the world, and
honored bv the crowned heads of the older
countries, and shall not he be properly installed
and crowned ? His Excellency said that this
question was not of dollars and cents, or of
profit and loss, but inspired by a noble and
honorable sentiment that of love of Hawaiians
for their sovereign chief. The Hon. Noble
speaks of a coronation as a religions ceremonial,
and that His Majesty could not call upon a
Catholic or an Anglican Bishop, or a Congrega
tional clergyman to perform the ceremony of
placing the crown on the King's head. His Ex
cellency was not apprehensive of difficulty on
that score. As David was crowned by the
prophet Samuel the Prophet of Reciprocity
might appropriately perform this ceremony ;
and if not, we had a Chancellor, a President of
the Assembly, and many Nobles qualified to
perform the ceremony ; or His Majesty might
place the crown upen his own head. The Hon.
Noble inquires who will be present ? His Ex
cellency doubted not there would be present at
the ceremony all the estates of the realm, the
Nobles and Representatives ; and. above, above
all, the Hawaiian People; and he hoped, for one,
to be there, and assist in the ceremonial of
crowning His Majesty King Kalakaua. (Fre
Hon., Mr. Pilipo and Hon. Mr. Rice spoke
against the item, and Hons. Palohau and Kauai
in favor, and on the call for the question Hon.
J. Keau moved that the ayes aud nays be taken.
Carried, and the following shows the result
Aves Their Excellencies W. M. Gibson, S.
K. Kaai, J. E. Bush, aad E. Preston; Hons. P.
Kanoa, J. O. Domiuis, J. P. Parker, H. Knihe
lani, J. Moanauli, G. Rhodes, J. M. Kapeua, C.
H. Judd, H. A. Widemann, J. Kaae, P. P. Kanoa,
E. K. Lilikilani, H. W. Lahilahi, F. Pahia,
Frank Brown, S. K. Mahoe, J. Kaluhi, J.-L.
Kauluhou, J. Nakookoo, J. Kamekele, J. Gard
ner, P. Haupu, J. M. Kauwila, D. II. Nahinu, S.
Aiwohi, J. M. Kaunamano, J. Kauai, G. B.
Palohau, S. K. Kupihea, J, A. Kaukan, and J.
Noes Hons. C. R. Bishop, S. G. Wilder, P.
Isenberg, J. M. Smith, G. E. Richardson, J.
Kauhane, G. W. Pilipo, W. H. Rice.
Absent, or not voting Hon. J. I. Dowsett,
W. T. Martin, L. Aholo, J. W. Kalua, J.
Nawahi, J. Nakaleka.
The next two items, " Reception of foreign
officials " and " Expenses of foreign missions,"
were passed without comment.
The items, Salary of the Minister plenipo
tentary " ' Expenses legation at Washington,"
caused some little argument between Hon. Mr.
Pilipo and His Excellency the Premier. The
statements of His Excellency, and also Hon.
Noble Smith, in approval of the item and
amounts overcame the objection of the Hon.
gentleman, and the both items were passed.
The next three items, Relief of Hawaiians
abroad." "Salary of messenger," and 'Pur-
cbasa of decorations," were passed without com
The next item passed on before adjournment,
"Education of Hawaiian j-ouths abroad,'' pro
voked considerable discussion, a desire to in
crease being manifest.
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou moved to make the sum
30.000 instead of S15.000.
Hon, Mr. Bishop spok strongly against the
J increase, and said that he received information
i that these youths a'.rea ly abroad had advanced
j sufficiently iu their studies to make a good
His Excellency the Minister of Foreign Affairs
siid thnt from information he had obtained the
youths had honorable positiens in their studies
A vote on the question showed IS in favor to
17 against, the Ministry not voting; and the
iteti was increased to $30,00!'.
The Committee then rose and reported pro
gress to the House, and report was accepted,
and at 4:10 p.m. the Assembly adjourned until
10 this a.m.
Following is a resume of the items passed by
the Committee at its last sitting :
DEPARTMENT OF FOBEIOS AFTaIEs.
Salary Minister 12.000 00
Salary Secretary 6,000 00
Office expenses Foreign Agents 3,000 00
Coronation of His Majesty the King 10,000 00
Reception of foreign official guests
and incidentals 20,000 00
Expenses Foreign Missions.. 10,000 00
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary at Washing
ton.'. 12,000 00
Expenses Incidentals to Legation at
Washington 5,000 00
Relief and return of indigent Ha
waiians from abroad.. 1,500 00
Salary Messenger 93G 00
Purchase of Decorations - 4,000 00
Education of Hawaiian youths in
foreign countries 30,000 00
Thcbsdat, June 8, 1832.
House met at usual hour. Prayer by Chaplain
and reading of minutes by Secretary.
Two petitions were presented.
From Standing Committees the only report
presented was by non. G. W. Pilipo, from the
Sauitary Committee, and relating to :
1. A petition from Honolulu praying that Dr.
Fitch be appointed Government physician at a
biennial salary of $10,0D0. signed by 243 Ha
waiians. The Committee recommended that the
President of the Board of Health accede to the
prayer of the petitioners.
2. A petition from Makawao, praying that all
present Government physicians be discharged
and only one employed and that one Dr. Fitch.
This petition the Committee recommended to be
referred to the Board of Health.
3. Petition from Makawao, praying that Dr.
Fitch be sent to Kalawao to cure the lepers
there; Committee also recommended this to be
referred to the Board of Health.
4. Petition from Kalawao, asking for a change
in the law relating to the sending of the lepers
to Molokai and that hospitals be established on
thedtfferent islands for the care of lepers; the
Committee recommended that the petition be
referred back to the presentor and that he pre
sent instead a Bill on the subject.
The report of the Committee was received as
a majority report and laid on the table until the
presentation of a minority report.
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano, from the Select Commit
tee, to whom was referred a Bill relating to the
amendment of Section 2, Chapter 35 of the
Penal Code, relating to the observance of the
Sabbath, reported back a new Bill, which was
read for the first time and ordered to second
reading in proper order.
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano, read by permission for
the first time a Bill relating to the genealogy of
Hawaiian chiefs and authorizing the Minister of
the Interior to expend certain amounts in ob
taining desired information. Ordered to second
Hon.' Mr. Mahoe read a Bill for the first time,
relating to Auction licenses, and amending Sec
tions 64, Go and 66 of the Civil Code. Ordered
to second reading.
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano, introduced a resolution
that the sum of $15,000 be inserted in the Ap
propriation Bill for the improvement of the
landing at Honokaa, Hawaii, and for the pur
pose of sinking artesian wells in that District.
The resolution concluded by requesting that the
Minister of the Interior be directed to visit the
District of Honokaa immediately upon the com
mencement of his tour of the Islands.
His Excellency the Minister of the Interior
said that he was willing to assist the interests of
the different districts, but he could not very well
divide himself, and he was already ordered to
visit Kauai first. He disclaimed being an expert
locator of artesian wells, and hoped that the
Hon. member would withdraw the latter portion
of the resolution.
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano accepted the suggestion
of His Excellency and withdrew the objectionable
portion, and the resolution was then laid on the
table to be taken np in the discussion of the
Hon. Mr. Brown presented a resolution that
the Sergeant-at-Arms be instructed to supply the
Assembly rooms with two water filters and
twenty pounds of ice daily. Approved.
Hon. Mr. Keau gave notice of intention to in
troduce a Bill to amend Article 71 of the Con
stitution. The Tax Bill-was now taken up, and, the As
sembly resolved itself into a Committee of the
Whole, Hon. S. G. Wilder in the chair, and pro
ceeded to discuss the 11th Section, relating to a
tax of one-tenth of one per cent, on all real es
tate; for the benefit of roads.
His Excellency the Attorney-General moved
that the Section be passed as printed.
Hon. Mr. Mahoe moved to strike out, as the
item looked like double taxation.
A lengthy discussion ensued taken part in in
favor of the item by Hons. Preston, Kauhane,
and Lihkalaui, and against by Hons. Palohau,
Kauai, Pilipo, Nawahi and Bishop.
When put to vote the Ayes aud Nays were
called for upon the question to "strike out," and
t'uo uijiioii was cai'i'ied by a vote of 25 ayes to
The Committee then took a recess until 1:30
The committee re-assembled at 1.30 and Hon.
Godfrey Rhodes informed the members that the
indisposition of the Chairman, Hon. S. G. Wil
tler, caused his aboence, and lion. G. W. Pilipo
was appointed to till the vacancy. The consid
eration of the Tax Bill was continued.
lion. Mr. Kauai moved the re-consideration
of the vote striking out Section 11, taken during
the morning session. Carried, and on motion of
the Hon. Mr. Kaukau the aye3 and noes were
called for, and the result showed a tie vote, 18
to 18. The Chairman, Hon. Mr. Pilipo
gave the casting vote in favor of " striking out,"
and for the second time on the same day the Sec
tion relating to a tax of one tenth of one per
cent, on all real property, was stricken out.
She striking out of Section 11 changed the
numbers of all the following Sections.
Section 11. Providing that taxes received un
der Sections 9 and 10 ahall be used for maintain
ing roads &c, was amended by the addition of
the words at the end of the Section and shall nev
er be used in any other District.. Passed.
Section 12. Relating to tax on carriages and
wagons, five dollars each per annum. Passed.
Section 13. Relating to annual tax on property
of three quarters of one per cent. Passed.
Section 14. Relating to the term "real prop
Section 15. Relating to taxing personal prop
Section 15, Defining the term ''personal prop
Section 17. Relating to tax on Fire, Marine,
and Life Insurance Companies. Passed.
Section 18. Defining the meaning of the word
"company" when used in this Act. Passed.
Section 19. Relating to the manner of assess
ing the property of a company. Passed.
Section 20. Specifying how returns of com
panies and corporations shall be made and by
Section 21, Relating to the manner of assess
ing Agents, Trustees, Treasurers, Executors, etc.
Section 22. Responsibilities of Agents, Trust
ees, Treasurers, etc. Passed.
Section 23. Relating to the liabilities and du
ties of mortgagors. Passed.
Section 24. Mortgagor to pay taxes on money
due, said tax payments to be deemed as paid to
the mortgagee. Passed.
Section 25. Relating to the separate interests
of tenant and landlord. Passed.
Section 26. Sales or transfers of real estate not
annulling taxes due; property liable. Passed.
Section 27. Relating to the assessment of in
terests of lessees, tenants and occupiers of real
The Section was finally passed a3 printed.
Section 28. An exception to the preceding
Section 29. Relating to the appointment of
Tax Assessors. Passed,
Section. 30. Prescribing the oath to be taken
by Assessors, Passed.
Section 31. No compensation to Assessors nn
nntil a certified copy of oath is deposited with
the Minister of Finance. Passed.
On motion of Hon Mr. Mr. Mahoe the Com
mittee rose and reported progress to the House,
and the report was accepted. At 4 p.m. the As
sembly adjourned until 10 o clock a.m.
VE llVE JfST HECE1VEO AX IX-
T VOICE of the Celeorated
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering!
of the foliowing ia;t:
inch. 1 inch. S inch. 5 inch.
1 Inch. 3 inch. Sj inch. 6 inch.
It inch. 2i inch. 4 inch.
Any other size will be ordered, if desired; also,
Drums, Vacuum Pans,
Triple Effect, &c, &c.
BON IE At IE .A. L ,
We will receive orders fr tnis Valushle Fertiliser, which has
given such satisfactory result iu tbe Hilo District.
T"ie Attention cf Planters is called to this Superior Ma
chine, and Circulars conuioing particulars will be furarded
apS2ai XV. G. 1RWIX i C., agents.
West & Page,
Shops on Queen Street, adjoining
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS
Cane and Dump Carts.
ALSO. ATTEND TO
All Orders Filled with Promptness and Dispatch.
XV EST AND PAGE
Importer tic Dealer
IV ALL KIXDS OF
Bar Iron, of all sizes,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
Cortland Wagon Go,
OF NEW YORK.
Three of the Above
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Have wi Hi in the Inst
3 111 out li s successfully
Attempts of Burglars
Yet to have absolute
security advise parties
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN
For Prices, Cuts, Etc.,
GENERAL AGENT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FOR SALE CHEAP
XT Enquire at the OlBce of
E ?3 F?5n
.A.. AV". J3XJSI-I, Manager.
Hay, gp.ak, and Mixed Feed,
o: U p: Ci Ui:n:y in stork anl MJ at a shade Inlaw rerular rate.
OUR .MANAGER VISITS SAX r KAXl ISCO RtClLARI.V FOR THE I't'RPOIf OF
luiTii.g us our u r'i' , anj as we L iy in Larger Quantities tbao aajr other dealer,
AM) AT TIIE SAME
Ereigiifs at BOTTOM BLatcs,
Vie are --rrptre J to Supiily our friend an 1 Tatrons at prices lhat srlll
TK HAVE NOW ON HAM THE LARGEST STOCK OF
HAY. GKAIaV ATVI 113I3T
FOU ILL R1M)S OF STOI K. Til IT ( l BE 101 l) AlsYWIir.IlK l T1IK UTI, 1XU 1SG TMIv.
IVIKKI) 10 IIKMS'tl OI K I IIIKMIS 0 TUT. OTlU:U ISL1M)S WIT II
CJVTIGO LOTS if Required.
WESELL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
nnj rei-iienfully solicit ot-h r frr.m the S.M A 1. 1. Ell lE I.KKK to whutd are prepared
1 1 links i-i-UI rates lor any purchase of ever
FIVE TOM OF
By prompt atietaiou to tl .e aants ; ft'r i unirmus ruRtomrrs hope for a cnntlnuanre cf the patronage so UUoroll tMlw4
upon us in the an.l it w ill be our endeavor to keep on hand at all line
FEES) OF THE BEST iUALiITY.
Careful Attention Given to the Shipping of Orders to other Islands.
AND PROMPT DEALING GUARANTEED.
OClt MANAGER will visit ;in HriricNcn by ths nrxt steamer to purchase lreh supplies for our already estenslr alack
and w ill bj t.iipi'Y to execute any order fur goods that may be required by our patrons
IBlSSE. of charge.
All Orders to bo sent to
A, TAT. jaXXSKC,
i BYT ?
oust Aooouisra? on?1
ENLARGING MY PLAGE OF BUSINESS !
Corner of Fort find Hotel Streets.
3? USES (IF m GOODS OS TIIE WAY
From London, ISTew York & Philadelphia,
WANT OF EOOM !
Mg Full Assorted Stock of FANCY and STAPLE DRY
GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS
and CABS, wdl be and MUST be sold BEG All D
LESS OF COST.
1CT Ctill ihirly ziml Secure your K.iraiiis.
California One Price Bazar, corner Fori and Hotel Streets.
THE ROYAL ST. JOHN !
JB T i
.J ft flt V" fv .
k t1 - Am.
Only nisaeiaisic III side
Ul EITHER FORWARD CP BACKWARD,
And continues to fsr iri tire earn: direction.
NEW frlUSIG STORE !
107 Fort street.
WO CHOG &l CO.,
Boot & Shoe Manufactures,
No. 41 Nuuaou street, between Hotel mid King sis.,
DESIRES TO CAM. THE ATTENTION"
of the Lidies esjieriaiiV and ttie iu'd c g n'-mlly. that
ther are nor making iu the vmy lin'-t mid i et of French
Kid and Imported Que Leather id all deCitini,
BUTTON BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS !
For Ladir-a, tiirU atvl C'hiMrrn. A xr'et fit scuurao
teed arvl w.trrHiite.l t -imt tt ree limm n
loaf 9 importei etix weir. A lvi,
MEN'S and B0Y3 SHOE 3 and GAITERS
Made to order from the Best Materials.
XT Our prices are LOWER thsn arj being paid for inferior
imported Boots aod fcb-jes.
mara.Sia WO CHUNG & CO,
TIME SEC f RE
HAY OR GRAIN.
MANAGER OF UNION FEED CO.
J. IVZ. Oat, Jr., c5c Co.
Would take Ibis mrihud of InCirmlnR th
Ii hidiiianta of Honolulu aod the other
Islands, Hint tlief ba. opened a
Stationery & News Depot
la the Near Hawaiian Quelle ItlorV. No. Si, Merchant Btrsei
where they are prepared to furnish
I NKS, quirts, pints, balf pints aod cone,
ML'CIL .IOK, quart., pints, hslf-plnts aod .
LETTER AND NOTE I'AI'KR,
FOOESCAI', LKGAI. CAP.
ENVELOPE, I'A I'ATEHIE.
ETC., ETC, ETC, ETC, ETC.
Orders taken for any Periolical or News
paper that may be Desirci.
Prompt stu-ntion will be given to the Mailing of Papers to
Subscribers on any of ths othor Islsnds. Also,
Order fir Red Rubber lamps received anl Promptly Filled
apl 3m daiw
t. my 27 lm