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PACIFIC COMMMEHC1AL AD V E RTlSEtt, AUGUST
J 4 '.
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H. W. SEVERANCE,
HAWAII N VftSSVU ASOI-OMMIWIOX
Mfc&C II A N T, Si Calit'-ro'.a Street, to rranciaeo,
California. LT Room .No. 4. 1(t T
WILLIAMS. DIMOKD & CO.,
Shipping &. Commiioii Merchant,
. 2 18 (asliforaiai Mfrrl.
SAN f KANCIaCU.
YT. H. GROSSMAN & BRO.,
I I p p 1 fl If UllU O 111 HI 1 IS 1 O II
tIS Cbtabtrt lrl. NEW IORK.
Befrroc Castle & Cooke aoJ J T. Walerbou..
co. r. corn.
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
snippnc j.d combissiox mikchints,
No- 13 Pis Street, Union Blrf-k,
niRTin-MR ATTENTION CIVKN TO
at oKiog Hawaiian order, and amtisiaetiGO juarsnleed.
JOHN HARVEY & CO
1 KRC'fl A XTS Mad WOOL
1 1 a an i 1 1 mm. CaJa
Wfervftce Back of M..DtrraL
17 1 Cant al.ore cn Consignsceo
JOHN FOWLER &
PKKP 1 RKI) TO r'( RMMI I'LIS
CtmiM tnr Meet triable Tramwrav. with or
wuhost cars or locomotives, specially adapted for frujar
Ptamaiiona. Permanent Kailwava. wiir. locomotives and cars.
Trartun Knnrvrw and Road Locomotives. Steaia Plouehina;
and Cultivation Machinery. rVriat.ie sieam Enitines fur all
miriimn VV in.lino' FlneinM CiT Inclines.
Catalofoea. with Illustrations. Models and Ptmtng-ravhs of
thw above Plant and Machinery roar be seen at the offices of
W. L. GREEN and
O. W. MACKAKLANE 4- CO,,
aatOQ tf Agent fcr John Fowler A Co.
By a thorrntch knowledge of the natural laws which f
n tha aneraiuina of d'CStioo and nutrition, and by
careful application of the flow properties of well-aeiected
cocoa, Mr. Epps baa prOTideil our breakfast tables srilb a
deiifsutv.llmsored bereraae which may sae as many heaey
doctor's bills. It ia by the jud-cioaa ae of such articles of
diet that a constitution may M irrailusliy duiii op aniu
trans- enooeh lo resist eer tewleocy lo disease. Hundreds
of sabtla roaladiea are floating around os ready to attark
hm Sere is a weak Doint. We rosy escape many a
fatal shaft be keeDins: ourselsea well f-.ruS'd with pure blotxl
and a DrooerlT nourished fnroe. See article in the Ciril
Made siaiply with boiling water or roilk.
8uU only ia packets, labelled :
JAMES EPPS & CO.,
CPI'SS CHO OI.ATE ESSENCE, Jr Afttrnmon
L. P. FISHER,
A OVERTIMING AGENT. l MERCHANTS'
. EXCHiNUE, ttaa Francisco, California, ia authorized
to receive ad r mi e me a La (or the columns of this paper.
Xi:t.lliMliol in 1852.
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CalilornU Street, San Francteeo,
nr. B Aslrertisla Salirltrd for all Xews-
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foloalf. the Fa.tera State aad Forope. Files ot
earl) eyery .ewpaper Psblished oo the Pad He
faaU are Vent foastaoth on Hand, and all adrer-
tlers are allowed free atfes to them darln Basl-
fv lluar. The PACIFIC C0JI51FRCIAL ADVER
TISER U kept ob file at the Office of L. P. FISHER.
Beale and Howard Streets,
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W. H. TAYLOR, - - - Presldeal,
JOS. MOORE, -.- SapfrlnlfndfDt,
IS ALL ITS BRANCHES
Stc:i ill ship, I:iii1
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
nijli Prfore or (orapoond.
STKtSI VESSELS of all kinls. Aoilt complete with
Holla of Wood, Iron ac Composi'e.
&K.IIX.A RI" ENOINESenjp"onlel whrn ailvisoble.
STEAM LAUNCHES. Barres an.) f lni Ta fun
ttactej with reference lo the Trade in sl.rh they are lo
be emjfjojnl ?pe-l. tounaee and draft of wc-r ru r.in
teed. . .
HCR MILLS AND MGAR MAKING
MACHINERY inU- after t' e toosl appr ! plans.
Also, all B. iler Iron Wars. connwte.l therewith.
WATER IMPE.of Boir or Shret Iron, of inr n,
anaie In suitable lenflbs f'r rnnoertinir t'.-tl.-r. or Mi-u
Kollrd. Pane he J, and racknl fnr Sl.iprnfnt. rrs.ly u le
veted on toe froond..
ilYDRAt l.lC RIVETING. Boiler Work a.id v,.
ter Pipe made by Ibis Establishment. Kitctr-d by lie.
iraahc Riveting Machinery, that quality of w..rk l-irj
biw superior to hand work.
SHIP WORK, "hip and leam Cptans. -iem Winch
es, Air and Circulating Pamps. made after the mai ap
PUM PS. Hired ActinK Pumps. fr Irrigation or City Wa
tVr Works porposea. built with th- celebrated Iitt Valre
4 Motion, superior la any other pump. d27'M if
A CENTS lor Worthing-ton Duplex Eleam Pump.
TRADE .MIU.U k EVI'OHTEII !
Hariets Renew & General Prices Cnrrent !
Published Monlhly. and in Eneii'h. Indisnensa'.le
for Purchaser, of Continental U'wls; Rirea Whole,
sale Prices, an 1 bisconnt all- wed, of
Wines. Brandies, Presereed Prorisi..n9, Fancy Goods,
Millinery,, Dres M aterials. G lass. P.wre'ain.
Plated Ware. Watches, Clocks. Kel A Imitation Jewelry
Boots and Shoes. Perfumery. T"s. l. osraj.hs,
Pkotocraphic and Printinft Matt-rials.
Scientific and 51 asical Instruments, Drugs, Chemicals,
Pharmaceutical Preparations. Matiunery, Sweets,
S.lka. VarnUhes. Paints, Paper Hangings, etc , Etc.
Also Prii r Current of Pro.' ore. Mar Vet Reports, Notices oo
Industrial Noeelities, Trade Intelligence, etc.
ANNUAL SUB3CKIPTIONS 5s for Postal I'nion, and s
for other Countries.
Money orders payable lo GE'-iUQK V ATLR.- on Paris or Lon
den, or the (quiealent in ar.y currency or postage
XT UNPAID LETTERS REFUSED. M
A Jsress , The FRENCH TRADE JOURS A L A REPORTER
gey ly 14, Rae dc Chabrol, Pari, France.
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And U prepared to five lessons in Dancing at
w;ll aa to
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F ALL KIN DP.
ABF NOW OPEN ON
Every Wednesday & Saturday Evenings.
Mr. Macaulry It always read with bia
To atieod parties desiring Music. jy!5 2
DRUGS & MEDICINE
Most Complete AssortnVnt
ila.waiia.ii Islands !
As the greater portion of our Stock
Is Obtained from First Hands,
WE ARB ENABLED TO
Sell at Very Low Figures.
KEEP ONLY THE BEST QUALITY
J. V. AYI5U COMPANY,
l At KI.I- M SS- A NO THE
C'rowii Perfumery Co.,
Farlic, Da.Tis & Co..
Homoepathic .Medicine Co.,
N K V YORK.
Gr. G . GrREEN,
WOllDIICRir. N. J.
ArGUST FLOWER & GERMAI SYRUP.
CELLULOID TRUSSES !
4 SPEC IALTY.
Warranlea noi 10 breai ! Rust ! Or fear um !
CAREFCI.I.Y PBKPARF.D J i
By an Experienced Pharmacist !
ANY HOUR of the DAY or NIGHT!
HOLLISTER Sc Co's.
WHOLESALE Ac RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
ar4-8ilyn 60 NtTANU 8TRKKT. dmly
LOOK AT THIS !
UI S. B. W II.SON II A V1NG PROCURED
' some sirsi-Class llore tboera, now prepared to do
FIRST-CLASS HORSE SHOEING
AT RKASONBLK RATES.
IsTO PAY ASKED !
BLACKSMITH I IMG
r IH .
rVll ItN Brnnclies !
Artesian Well Work,
Wagon and Carriage Work.
Bridge Work, etc., etc-.
Done by Experienced Workmen I
AT R4TK8 THAT WILL
TsPcr rinmrioflinTl ?
.7 -""-X v" '
ALL I ASK IS A TRIAL ORDER.
jj- Don't forget ihe ghop, opposila Hopper and oo door
abure Lucas' Planiog Mills.
CHAS. D. WILSON.
Gr al van i ze d ,
Fir .''ale Lw by
G. W. MACFARLANF. 4 CO.
Portland Cement !
The Best English Cement
in the Market.
Fur i'ale in Qutiililiea to suit by
O. W. MAC FAR LA N K 4 ".
TO THE TRADE.
For I'ale hy
n. w. mac far lane a- co.
MH! IHI CM !
AND DON'T YOU FORGET IT
A LOT OF EXTRA QUA LIT T
NEW ZEALAND OATS
And secure what you want
b ROM THE
UNION FEED CO.
Satcbdat, July 29, 182.
House met at the uncial hour, President lihtnles
iu the chair. Prayer by Hon. Mr. Pilipo, read
ing of the minutes of previous meeting by Secre
tary. His Excellency the Minister of Finance, from
the special committee to whom Mas referred a
petition from J. C. Merrill, praying tor the re
turn of the sum of $G,S73, amount paiJ as a fine
levied on the bark Kalakaua for smuggling
opium into the Kingdom and for costs in con
nection therewith, presented a report favoring
the return of the fine only. After a short dis
cussion the report of the committee was re
ceived and laid on the table, to be considered at
a later period.
Hon. Mr. Wideinan presented a resolution re
questing the Government to furnish a statement
regarding the cost ot importing immigrants irom
the Azores per steamer Monarch, and the amount,
if anv. Ftill due to Messrs. Brewer and Co. on
account of those immigrants. Also to furnish
such information aa was in the possession of the
Government regarding the actual cost of charter
of the said steamer Monarch. Approved.
On motion of Hon. Mr. Kanlukou, the Order
of the Day was proceeded with, and the third
reading of the Appropriation Bill was continued.
On motion of Hon. Mr. Richardson, the vote
placing the salary o the Collector-General of
Customs at $7X)0 was reconsidered, and finally
passed at SS.OOO.
Hon. Mr. Kauai moved the reconsideration of
the item relating to the "Care of forests, nur
snries, and public squares,' which had been
stricken out of the Bill the previous day.
Passed, and on motion of Hon. Mr. Cleghorn the
item was reinserted amended, to read " Care of
forests, nurseries, and beautifying Emma and
Thomas SquareB," and at S12,0 h.
His Excellency J. E. Bush moved the inser
tion of the sum of $1,500 in the Appropriation
Bill, remission of fine to J. C. Merrill, on bark
Hon. C. R. Bishop spoke in favor of the mo
tion, as did also Hon. Frank Brown, the latter
gentleman amending to insert $0,873. After a
lengthy discussion, lasting until 12.30, the ques
tion was finally put to the vote, the ayes and
nays being called, the result being the defeat of
both motions and the rejection of the proposed
At 12.30 the Assembly adjourned until 10 a.m.
Monday. July 31, 1882.
House met at 10 a.m. President Rhodes in
Hon. Mr. Kaunamauo presented a petition
from one Keanu. praying that the sum of $200
be given to him in return for having cured two
people, Makikola and Puki, of leprosy.
No reports from Standing or select committees.
Hon. Mr. Kanlukou presented a resolution
that the thanks of the Assembly be returned to
those police officers who exerted themselves
during the prevalence of the smallpox epidemic,
and who with other parties under the Board of
Health checked the spread of the disease.
On motion the resolution was laid upon the
Hon. Mr. Nawahi introduced a resolution on the
same subject, but intended to convey the thauks
of the Assembly to those persons who had acted
voluntarily, and who had rendered gratuitous
services during the prevalence of the epidemic.
The passage of thia resolution was favored by
Hon. Mr. Bishop, Hon. Mr. Pilipo, and His
Excellency W. M. Gibson, and passed almost
unanimously. i .
The consideration of the 'remaining items in
the Appropriation Jiill Vas then taken up. and
after somcslighFalterationB the following were
DEPABTMKXT OF ATTORNKY-aKNKEAI,
Deputy Marshal, Deputy Sheriff, Ponce
of Oahn, and Lamps of Honolulu
Folxco of IC&Qfti. . .a M
Apprehension of criminals
Armed force, contingent tun.i to be ex
pended on Maui, Hawaii, and Kauai
by adrice of the King and Cabinet
With regard to this item it became necessary
to take the ayes and nays, Hon. Mr. Kalua, who
formerly favored the item, "objecting to its pus
sage, although the amendment contained, viz.,
distribution among the Islands of Maui,
Hawaii, and Kauai," was introduced at his in
stance. On vote, the ayes were 26 to 12 nays,
and the item was passed.
BUBBAtT OF PCBLIC INSTRUCTION.
Salary of Inspector-General.. $
Traveling Expenses of Inspector-General
Salary Clerk Board of Education.. 6,000
Support of English and Hawaiian Schools 75,000
a r C' 1 1 . in ru irk
oapport lit vuuiuiuu ocuuun,n ....
Industry and Reformatory Schools
Building and Ilepitira of School houses.
Aid to Ililo Boarding School
Building Girls School at Waialua
Aid to Girls School at Makuwao
Scholarships at Oaliu College
Stationary and incidentals
Salary of Messenger.,
Tho recapitulation section was passed over
pro Um, and the succeeding sections 3, 4, 5, and
6 were read and approved.
On motion, at 12.20 the Assembly took a re
cess until 2 p.m.
On the re-assembling of the House, Hon. J.
M. Kapena, under suspension of the rules, re
ported from the Enrollment Committee the fol
lowing bills as having been sigued by His Ma-
iesty the King :
I i; The bill to amend Section 498, of the Civil
Code, relating to the naturalization of foreigners
2. The bill providing a permanent settlement
for Hon. H. Kuehilani.
Hon. J. Kaukau moved the reconsideration of
the vote defeating the motion to insert the sum
of $1,500 in the Appropriation I'ill, amount to
bo returned to J. C. Merrill on account of prayer
set forth in a petition presented to the House.
Hon. Mr. Kalua attempted to make the point
thut forty-eight hours had parsed since the pre
vious consideration of the bill, au.l that the mo
tion to reconsider was out of order.
The President ruled th.it tho point was not
well taken, Sunday having intervened, and de
cided that the question of r consideration could
Hon. J. Mott Smith moved that the report
tendered by the committee, and favoring the
passage of the item, be adopted and amended by
the insertion of the words, " iu cancellation of
His Excellency W. M. Gibson spoke in favor
of the passage of the item as recommended by
On motion, the ayes and nays were taken, and
with the following result :
Ayes Their Excellencies Gibson aud Bush,
Hons. Parker, Isenberg, Kapena, Smith. Kaae.
Lilikilani, Lahilahi, Pahia, Brown, Mithoe,
Kaiuhi, Kanlukou, Haupu, Nahinu, Kanuamano,
Krtiiiii, Palohau, Nakalekn, Kupihea, J. A.
Xays Hons. Moanauli, Kalua, Nakookoo,
Kamakele, Gardner, Nawahi, Kauwila, Kauhane,
Pilipo, Aiwohi, Rice. 11.
The Recapitulation of the items in the Appro
priation Bill was finally placed before the As
sembly, and passed as follows :
Civil List- 148,500 00
Permanent Settlements 21.800 00
Legislature and Privy Council 25,500 00
Judiciary 132,125 00
Foreign Affairs 259.7GG 50
Interior Department 2.164,125 36
Finance 56,880 00
Attorney-General 321,340 00
Bureau of Education 137,520 00
Total, $3.5fi7,35'j 86
After the insertion of the total in the first sec
tion of tho Bill, the question was called on the
final passage of the entire Bill, and after u short
disenssion, on vote being taken, the Bill was
declared passed its third reading.
At 3 p.m. the Hous- adjourned until 10 a.m.
Tuesday, August 1st, 18S2.
House met at 10 a.m. Hon. Godfrey Rhodes,
President, in the chair. After the prayer and
reading of minuteB of preceding meeting had
been concluded the regular business of the
House was proceeded with.
Hons. Mr. Rice, Dorcinis and Isenberg asked
for and obtained leavu of absence for the re
mainder of the session.
On motion the Order of the Day was proceeded
with, and the bill entitled "An act to regulate
tho sale of spirituous liquors," was taken up,
and the Assembly resolved into Committre" of
the Whole the discussion of the bill, Hon.
P. Isenberg .n the chair.
Hon. Mr. Rice spoke for nearly half an hour
(in Hawaiiar) against the bill, advancing the
points that the use of liquor was injurious both
to men and Uiorals. It was the cause of crime. In
reducing the use and sale of liquor in this country
it was a progressive step which the country
would be benefitted by. He opposed strongly
the retrograde movement which would open the
doors to Hawaiians of the free use of liquor.
Hon. J. Mott Smith was also opposed to the
bill on the ground that it was a most dangerous
experiment and one as to the propriety of which
he had the gravest doubts.
Hon. Mr. Aholo was not iu favor of the use of
liquor, bat desired that the Hawaiian race should
be placed np'on an equal footing with strangers,
in their own country. He favored total prohibi
tion if it could be accomplished, but as it could
not, he, after due examination of other bills pre
sented, favored the one before the Assembly and
would vote for it.
Hons. Kanlukou, Lahilahi, and Kean 6poke
in favor of the passage of the section of the bill
under discussion, and Hons. Kauhane, Haupu,
.;.d Pilipo against.
At 12 a.m. the Committee took a recess until
Ou the reassembling of the Committee at 1.30
p.m.. the continuation of the discussion on the
first section of the bill to " Regulate the sale of
intoxicating liquors " was proceeded with.
The absence of Hon. Mr. Isenberg, the former
chairman of the Committee, necessitated the
appointing of another chairman, and Hon. Mr.
1'ilipo was appointed to fill the position. j
Jiou. Mr. Nawahi, the first speaker, whs most .
decidedly opposed to the passage of the section, j
as was also Hon. Mr. Kalua ; Hon. Mr. Lilika- i
lani speaking in favor, and finally making a j
motion that the Committtee rise and report pre- !
gress, which was lost.
Hon. Mr. Kapena made a strong speech in
favor of the secti ;i. us did his Excrllency J. E.
Bush; the speerh of the latter gentleman being
really the sp-ch of the day, receiving continu
ous applause during the delivery, from members
who were regarded as strongly opposed to the
measure nn.b-r consideration.
Hon. Mr. Nakaleka also spoke in favor of the
passage of the bill and swinging his fingers
around the semi-circle, beginning with Hon. C.
R. Bishop and endiug with Hon. J. M. Kapena
said that, "you all drink whisky, and I am
satisfied you do." There being no negative re
sponse it is supposable that the Hon. gentleman
did know whereof he spoke.
Hon. Mr. Richardson spoke iu favor of the
passage of the section, as did also Hon. Mr.
Kaunamauo who closed the debate.
On motion, the ayes and nays were taken
resulting in the following vote:
Ayes. Their Excellencies Gibson, ' Kaai,
Bush, Preston, Hons. Rhodes, Kapena, Kaae,
Kanoa, Lilikalani, Lahilahi, Pahia, Brown,
Mahoe, Kaluhi, Kaulukou, Aholo, Richardson,
Gardner, Haupu, Kaunamauo, Kauai, Palahou,
Nakaleka, Kupihea, Kaukau. 25.
Nous. Hons. Parker, Kuihelaui, Smith, Judd,
Kalua, Nakookoo, Kamakele, Nawahi, Kauwila,
Kaahane, Nahinu, Aiwohi, Rice. 12.
Not Voting. Hons. Bishop, P. Kanoa, Cleg
horn, Moanauli, Pilipo.
Absent. Hons. Dominis, Wilder, Isenberg,
Dowsett, Martin, Widemann. Keau.
At 3 p.m. on motion of Hon. Mr. Aholo the
Committee rose and reported progress. Reporl
accepted, and at 3:10 the Assembly adjourned
until 10 a.m. next day.
SEVENTY-THIRD DAY '
vrEifcSDAT, August 2, 1882.
Ho'ilsi met at 10 a.m. Hon. Godfrey Rhodes
.in the chair. Prayer by Hon. Mr. Kauhane,
j reading of minutes by the Secretary.
, No reports from Standing or Select Com
mittees. The motion to consider the bill " Regulating
the sale of spirituous liquors," placed before
the House by Hon. Mr. Mahoe, was superseded
by a motion of Hon. Mr. Kapena's, that the Tax
Bill be taken and read for the third time by
On vote the motion was carried, bill read a
third time by title, and approved.
The bill to fix the pay of jurors was read a
third time and passed.
On motion, the bilf to " Regulate the sale of
spirituous liquors " was read before the House
instead of in Committee, and was considered
section by section.
The following is the tenor of the several sec
tions as passed :
Section 2. "Spirituous liquors' to mean
wines, spirits, ales, cider, sherry, beer, and all
liquor of an intoxicating nature. " Sunday " to
mean between eleven o'clock on the evening of
Saturday and five o'clock on the morning of
Monday. Nothing in the Act to apply to per
sons selling bona fide perfumery, or physician,
surgeon, or chemist selling for medicinal pur
poses. Section 3- Licenses to be signed by the Min
ister of the Interior, and not transferable.
Section 4. Manufacture of intoxicating liquor
in the Kingdom, for sale, prohibited by a fine of
$"500. or hard labor for two years.
Section 5. Distillers, other than under law
approved July 13, 1874, liable to a fine of $1,000,
or hard labor for two years.
Section 6. Liquors imported with intention of
evading duties liable to seizure.
Section 7. Stills, distillery apparatus, etc.,
not used in accordance with law, liable to
Section 8. Minister of Interior authorise!
grant wholesale licenses to wholesale dealer
i s i4?
Section 9. Describing the wholesale vending
of liquor. To be sold in original package, bulk
not to be broken.
Section 10. Wholesale licenses $250, bond
Sections 11, 12, and 13 were added by the
committee to whom the bill was originally re
ferred, and are as follows :
Section 11. The Minister of Interior shall have
power in like manner to grant licenses to be called
dealers' licenses, to any person for the vending
ot wine, ale, ana otner spirituous liquors upon
such person applying therefor in writing, and
stating in his application the name of the ven-
dor, and where the applicant intends to establish
Lis place of business.
Section 12. A113' person having obtained a
license in accordance with the preceding section
may sell ardent spirits in quantities not less
than one gallon ; wines, ales, and other liquors
containing alcohol in quantities not less than
one doen bottles, provided that the same and
110 part thereof shall be drank or used on the
premises where the' are sold, or in any other
house or premises contiguous thereto, procured j
or rented for that purpose by the party holding j
such license, or any other person or persons j
whatever through his agency, under the penalty ;
of forfeiting his license aud incurring the
penalty of the law and his bond.
Section 13. Before granting such license to !
any person to vend wine, ale, and other splritu- :
ous liquors as prescribed in Sectious 11 and 12 j
of this Act, the applicant shall pay to the Min-
ister of the Interior for the use of the Royal
Exchequer the sum of five hundred dollars, and j
give a bond to the Minister of the Interior in i
the penalty of one thousand dollars, with at
least one surety to be approved by said Minis- ;
Section 14. Authorizing the Minister of the
Interior to gTant licenses to retail spirituous li
quors. Section 15. Applicants for retail licenses to
pay g 1,000 for license and file bond in $1,000.
Section 16. Hours for selling liquor to be
drank ou the premises from five a.m. to eleven
p.m. every day, except Sunday.
Section 17. The Minister, with consent of King
in Privy Council to designate boundaries in the
city of Honolulu also. Also allowing tho authori
zation or the granting of retail licenses outside
the city limits.
Section IS. Sale and vending of liquors to be
regulated by terms of the license.
Section 19. Relating to form of bond.
Section 20- Upon vjolatiou of conditions of
license principal and surety on bond to be sued.
Section 21: Record to be kept of all licenses.
Section 22. No retail license to be issued to
persons engaged iu other lmsiuess than that of
Section 23. Persons selling or disposing of
liquor without license, subject to fine for first
ofi'ense, and imprisonment at hard labor for
all succeeding offenses.
Section 24. No unlawful gams to be played
upon premises of licensed dealers in spirituous
liquors. Any breach of the Sabbath, or drunken
or dissolute persons ou the premises to be
punished by fine.
Section 25. Persons selling liquor on Sunday
to other than boarders or lodgers subject to fine.
Section 26. Any person convicted twice within
twelve months of any offense against this Act to
forfeit license, bond to be sued, and party to be
declared illegible to again hold license.
Section 27. Holders of licenses serving in
toxicated persons liable to fine, and if intoxi-
cate.t persou stays more than three hours on
premises holder also liable to fine.
Section 2S. No debt or demand ou account of
spirituous liquor furnished bv retail dealers re
coverable, unless liquor has been furnished with
Section 29. Holder of retail license receiving
any pledge, other than money or bank cheque
liable to fine. " '
Section 30. License to be forfeited if granted
to any person convicted of felonv, perjury, or
any infamous offense. House to be kept in
Section 31. Sellers of adulterated liqu..r to be
fined. Complainant on payment of five dollars
may cause liquor to be analyzed.
Section 32. Liquor taken about in any vehicle,
boat, or vessel, and exposed for sale in any tent!
store, or shed, liable to seizure, if in charge of
Section 33. Any sign inducing a reasonable
belief that liquor is sold on the premises, or tho
keeping of an unreasonable quantity of liquor,
to be deemed prima facie evidence of unlawful
Section 34. Constables authorised to search
suspected premises upon receiving warrant from
Police or District Justice.
Section 35. Persons at hearings to le deemed
unlicensed until license produced.
Section 36. The delivery of liquor to be re
garded as for a consideration, unless proof
offered to the contrary,
Section 37. Relating to the rights of persons
injured by an intoxicated persons to brin suit
against any licensed dealer, who by selling or
giving such liquor caused the "intoxication
which induced the damage.
Section 38. Suits for damages may be brought
iu any of the courts of the Kingdom:
Section 3'.'. Auctioneers, unless duly author
ised by the Minister of the Iuterior. not to sell
spirituous liquors under this Act.
Section 40. Intoxicated persons enteriug
licensed premises, and not leaving when re
quested, liable to arrest und fine of $10.
Section 41. Persons found drinking on licensed
premises during prohibited hours, or on Sun
days, subject to same penalty as liceusee for
keeping place open.
Section 42. Persons importing other than
licensees, or for private use, liable to fine of
$500, or hard labor for two years.
Section 43. Act to take effect and to become
law on the first day of October, 18S2, and re
main and continue in force until January, 1885.
The only opposition to the passage of the
sections as enumerated was evinced by Hon.
Frank Brown, who desired most earnestly to
have the term "licensed dealers " in Section 37
changed to retail dealers, and failing to carry
his point, he muved the indefinite postpone
ment of the section.
Hon. Mr. Aholo said that the sections as pre
sented had been revised by a select committee f
which he was a member, and had been received
by the Assembly. As he had before stated, he
was not in favor of free liquor, but had coii-
I sidered that as total prohibition was, to his
mind, unable of being properly cam d out. he
had consented to vote for the pr.-sent bill. He
would, however, have Hon. members understand
that if there were changes to be made iu the bill
as presented by the committee he would change
1 his vote from in favor to against the bill.
i On vote the amendment proposed by the Hon.
j Frank Brown was lost, aud the succeeding sec-
i tions of the bill as herewith printed.
! At 12.30 the bill was, on motion of His Ex
cellency Edwar d Preston, read by title and
pttSsea i its entirety, to come up for third read
ing on tne 4tn instant, and the Assembly ad
journed "iil 2 p.m.
At 2 p.m. the House reassembled, and some
new bills found by the Secretary were presented
to their attention.
On motion of Hon. Mr. Aholo, the bill pro
viding $10,000 for the purpose of ascertaining
and recording the genealogy of Hawaiian chiefs
was read for the third time aud passed.
The bill, aathorizing the Government to con
tract a $2,000,000 loan, was read and passed.
The bill relating to " Minors, inmates of re
formatory and industrial institutions " was
passed, as was also the bill allowing the " Free
importation of fertilizers into the Kingdom."
The budget of the Secretary having given out,
and no more bills being ready for the Assembly
to deal with. Hon. G. E. Richardson moved that
the House adjourn until 9 a.m. to-day. The
vote ou this question was a tie, 13 to 13, the
Hon. President giving the casting vote against.
finally, on motion, the Assembly
until 10 a.m. next morning.
Safety of the Remainder of the Norval's
The missing boat of tho burned ship Norval was
picked up by the British ship Duke of Connaught,
from Astoria on March 6, in latitude 12- N, longitude
123 West. It contained tlie mate and seven sea
men.' The captain of the Duke of Connaught sub
sequently put three of the lucji on board the ship
Indiana, bound for France.
Generous to Iinmijrr mts.
I From the JJnili Attn California, July 13th. J
Advices from Honolulu are of a nature
specially encouraging to the better class of
intending immigrants from America who
think they can better their condition in a
new but free atmosphere. The new Min
istry of Honolulu is known as the Gibson
Ministry and it is said to meet with favor on
all sides. The Premier, among other new
measures, has introduced a bill to provide for
the loan of 2,000,000 to be applied to immi
gration and internal improvements. A cor
respondent of the New York Herald men
tions the arrival of a ?hip load of free Portut
guese immigrants at the Islands, numbering
in all 865 persons, at a cost to the Hawaiian
Government of $65,000, but the actual cost
0f transporting these men from St. Michaels
j j 23,000, so that the Government
lui j ri l
prouauiy uuca uov icci iuiii'iilcu ut ueing
t irlyout in
ol $7,000 on
Therefore, it is turning its eyes elsewhere
and the correspondent above alluded to. after
referring to a plan for introducing Japanese
labor, says : "The Government has on foot
a measure for introducing colored labors and
their families from the United States into
these Islands and it is the purpose of the
Government to provide for the passage of
immigrants without their being subject to
any contracts for service or charges xchat
ever"' This seems to be a good scheme for
peopling the Archipelago. nd one that will
commend itself to a many colored family in
the United States.
For example, let us take one of the many
thousands of thrifty and industrious colored
families in this city, without going down to
the Southern States at all, and a free pass
age is offered to that family, untrammelled
by any labor contract, to the Hawaiian
Archipelago Premising th t he has put by,
or can raise, a vfew hundred dollars, here is
a chance for him to go, a freermn to a free
country free of cost, and establish himself
there, either as a laborer for himself or for
others, or an employer ol laoor. It cannot
be doubted that in Missouri, South Carolina,
Louisiana and the Southern States generally,
thousands of able bodied temperate and in
dustrious colored men would be glad of the
opportunity of settling in the Islands and
raising cotton and sugar cane, not as they
did forty years ago under the lash, but as
free tillers and in many cases as owners of
the soil which they cultivated. We should
lose some Republican votes, and the use of
Democratic tissue paper in the b . Hot boxes
would not be so necessary as formerly, but
the adveut of a sturdy colored population
would soon make its presence and influence
felt in the Islands; and although their gain
would be our loss and we would not will
ingly lose one good colored min from our
midststill the offer is a very tempting ene
and an evidence of excellent policy on the
prt of the Hawaiian Ministry. It is to be
l, . ..A . .. . .1 . r ..
uup-u i'ai yuou may come out 01 tne pro-
posea appropriation 01 a.UUU,UUU by
Gibson Ministry good to our colored
zens and to the Hawaiian Islands.
Ex STEAMER SUEZf
OKIXir $6.50 &
GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED
1 1ST THIS KIITaDOM 1
These Goods are Sold BELOW the Manufac
turing Cost at
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S POPULAR STORE
BROGUE, SPEAR & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! !
75 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Kti l.lVITO INFORM THE PUBLIC O ENKKALI.l THAT TIIKIIt NTUCK O F
ISolidair Goods is Complete.
COLD AND SILVER SETTS.
SCARF RINCS. SLEEVE BUTTONS.
'XZVciJ.-tlOLeiJza. x specialty.
Silver Filagree Jewelry,
Tasmanian Shell Necklaces in all shades of Color,
Silver Plated Ware, American Clocks.
VK WOULD ALSO STATE THAT VK MAMJFACTl'RK ALL KINDS OF
Gold. Kulxui, Shell and other Jewelry t
Watches Repaired ly Competent "VVnlciitii.
DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A Speciality Ulstde ill Eiigrrrsiviii- or st 1 1 kinds
MONOGRAMS, MODELS, LOCKETS, fcc.
r ORDERS FROM TIIK OTHER ISLANDS WILL RKCKIVK OCR punftif r
Every Article Guaranteed as represented, or Money Refunded
75 FORT STRKGT,
no-y Oppoalle Dillingham Ai Um.
IVo. 103 Fort Street.
Ladies Attention Solicited
1IRS. W. II. WILKINSON bc-i Irnrrl.
I'M state Iu her numerous friend, and patron., both ia Ho
no'.ulu and on the varioua Inland., that she baa juit returned
from California, where her time has beeu spent in .electing one
of the roost complete and choicest stocks of
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
That B4VC ever been exhibited in Honolulu.
sut Varied Stock embraces
All the Latest Styles of SPRING HATS !
Including the IniperiI Trimmings aud Ornaments Id
A Line of Elegant FRENCH FLOWERS
Of most exquisite beauty.
A Beautiful Assortment of DEESS SILKS,
Ribbons, Fans, Racking., Laces, Lisle Tnread Hois and
Gloves, Lace Mitts, fancy and plain; Belts, lie.
In addition to the above I invite my friend, to call and sea
my fashioaahle Dolmans. Ulsters and Ready Made Suits, Al
Children's Department for
Which selection ia unique and stylish.
rior line of imported
A most supe-
Hats and Bonnets, Morning Shawls, Veils.
Parasols, Dress Fhielda.
Silk and li'm-slilched Handkerchiefs,
liuitons, all in full supply.
DON'T DELAY YOUR VISIT !
All my pricps are teaaonabie and carefully oooslderei
to suit the times.
My friends on the Tnrioin la land, will truat their Orders to
my care, all of w.icfi will be attended to carefully and
MRS. V. H. WILKINSON,
uar25 tf 1 03 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Water ! Water !
RKtGATION AKTKK THIS DATE. JUNK
23d, ia limited to Four Mourn (4) per Day
From 6 to 8 in tlie Morning and
from 4 to 6 in the Evening
Permixsioii t.i irrigate 'luring more convenient hours
will be urauted on aj.plli'atiou to the Superintendent of
tt aier orbM.
Peroons found irriUHtinz except durinx specified hour
will have their privilege xuppende.l without notic.
SIMON IC. KAAI,
Minister of Interior.
PLANING MILL !
131 FORT ST., IIOXOI.lLlT.
Planing. Shaping, Tnrniu?,
Band and Stroll Sawing,
iors, Sub, Blinds
Door and Window Framr.
Bratkrts, Ballulfrs, Stairs, Ktf.,
Made to Ordrr
MOULDINGS & FINISH
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Xjr All orders filled on suort notice and
Mouldings made to any
pattern without extra charge for
PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00 TO
$1.50 PER HOUR.
IT Orders from the other Islands promptly filled,
and specifications furnished to order.
C. J. HARDEE,
II. F. BERTELMANN.
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S POPULAR STORE,
COKXKK KURT AM) IKJTKI. ST.
in i'abt or
CHAINS. NECKLACES. SCARF PINS.
JO MEIiniimj'lMTElIX, ETC.
JAM KM HL'NN. M KUCHA. NT. I.AoVt
Undertakes the purchase and shipment of all kinds of Brit,
lah snd Continental (Joods, and will be glad to receivo Orders
at rates either Iree on board at shipping port in Kurope. or'
delivered ex .hip (but with duly fur buyer', account) at
Honolulu. Huch Order, may be accompanied by remittance,
payable in London or San Francisco j or he will draw at 04
days sifht against confirmed credits from Honolulu Hankers
or otherwise, to suit the convenience of buyers. "
MKSMtU. VVM. O. IB WIN fc CO.. llo.,lla.
U0N.J.8. WALK Kit, Honolulu.
THR AGRA BANK, (Limited). London.
WM. WENNER& CO.
Jnst Retimed from SAN FRANCISCO,
O ni n w
LOOK OUT FOR ADVERTISEMENT
KTEXT WEEK !
Wlll.8 T INFORM TIIK
FtJIir.IO OK HONOLULU
THAT II K .
than anv Other Dealer
I X TH K HAWAII A N ISI. N lis
His Steam Power ratllltlf Cujilid witU Mir Brt.f
Workmen, torn out Better ik. and at Lett
, . i. . . .....
i.wm. man any omer r.ihi,i:!nii m. f
tion't believe it
00 fe PIUCE HIS GOODS
GENUINE KOA COFFINS. $25.00 EACH
Cheaper t'jan any other Iloose In Town.
mr26lT J- II. Hit INS. Jr.
EST I continue to aoll cretoiiH at 25 cents per
yard, A very small assortment left at Ch. J.
Fibhelh' popular stobk.
Way A very large asuortment of
embroideriett at figures never offered
CHS. J. FlSHlLS POPCXAK STOBt.