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M. ItAPLEE, DIRECTOR OF TH E GOVERNMENT PRESS HONOLULU: WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1S7 BY AUTHORITY. The Fonrlh or July. Moastr.cn Hcnr Lk Moxsvr.n baring presented at tbtt OEce hi: authority to act as Consul and Uotn mtssioner for tbe French Republic, all person in this Kingdom are requested to par high consideration to Mi perssn, property ana retainer , ana to give ion faith and credit to all his acti dene tor Tirtnc 01 mi eH Office. CnattLES C. Jlanais. Minister for Foreign Affairs Foreign OEct, Jnlj $th, 1S72. Xotice is hereby (riven that, by -virtue of an order usned this day iy LSier justice Alien, tne jnne lerm of tbc Second Judicial Circuit to be held at Lahaina, Nasi, is farther postponed from the third Tuesday of Jnlj- to wit i toe lGta inst. to ana until tne second Tncsdiy in September, A. D. 1872 to wit: on the . l&th r September, A. D. IS:, at 10 o'clock A. JI. By order of Court. Walter R. Seal, Clerk Sop. Court. Nonce The Regulation of the Board of TIcaltb, rrabKsbed on July 1st, 1E72, forbidding passengers from leaving tlie Island ol uann, is ibis aay extend ed to tbc Island or .Maui. By Order of the Board of Health, Crab. T. O click. Secretary. Honolulu, Jan C, 1ST!. His ExcnLLENCT the Minister of the Ixtemok sailed for ilaui on the Iulanea on Monday last. Tlie object of his visit to that Island is to look after the cases of email pox there and te sec that measures arc taken to check its spread as has been done on the Island of Oahn. Some idea of the efficacy of the measures taken here by tbe Board of Health can be had by comparing the ravages of the disease dur ing a corresponding time after its appear ance in 1853 -with 1872. In 185-1 within two months and a half after the appear- - nnce of the disease over a thousand cases had occurred in Honolulu and people had stopped counting the number of deaths. In 18T2, during the same time, Tinim.-- As we predicted in oar issue or last weck.ithe celebration of the last Fourth of Jnly was as generally and happily observed as that anniver sary has ever been in Honolulu. At 11 o'clock, a large concourse of people, including every na tionality, assembled at Kawaiahao Church to wit ness the ceremonies there and listen to the, elo quent address of L. McCnlly, Esq. After the services at the Church, Government officials, foreign representatives and citizens gen erally, paid-fheir respects to the United States Minister Resident at his residence in Xnuanu Valley, where all found a hearty welcome from His Excellency, an excellent lunch, and a refresh ing volley breeze. Perhaps the roost pleasing feature of tbe day was the picnic prepared for the children at Grove Place, (Paly Place) the residence of the Minister Resident, The hund reds of happy youngsters who partook of the plentiful supply of nick-nacks exactly suited for the children, proved conclusively that that por tion of the celebration was a most happy ono. Another rnost enjoyable featuro of tho day was the regatta. The events comprising this portion of the day's festivities was one of the best arranged that has ever been witnessed in our harbor. Tbe arrangements throughout wero greatly admired by the immense crowd of spectators who were assembled on board the U". S. ships Xarragansett and St. Mary's, and other vessels in port, and also at every available point along tbc city front. The yacht race was the first on tlio programme. the Erst prizo being ninety dollars and the second thirty-five, for which the Thistle. Henrietta and Kulamanu entered, starting from Brewer's wharf at 1:17 p. m. with fresh trades blowine and crad nally increasing. The Kulamanu had the wind ward position and collided with the Henrietta at the start, doing considerable damage to the head-gear of the latter and tendering her jib al most useless, after which she (ouled with the Thistle and finally ran into the bark Aureola at the Esplanade, carrying away her topmast against the fore-yard of that vessel, in addition to receiv ing other dacnage which caused her to be with drawn. The others continued their course, al though the Henrietta labored under great disad vantage through not having the benefit of Iter jib after hauling on the wind outside of the harbor. Tbe race resulted in favor of tho Thistle, which passed the flagship C. Al. tVard in 1:46:30, beat ing the Henrietta by 10:30. including time allow cd for difference of tonnage. The eecond race, Legislative Proceedings. FirTT-rocmn Dav, Jnly 3, 1S72. The Assembly met at the usual hour, the Presi dent Ills Er. P. Xahaolelua In the Chair. Prayer by the Chaplain. Journal of tho preceding cession read, and on motion, approved. Ills Ex. J. Mott Smith read for the first tlrao a Bill to amend an Act relating to deposits In tho Ha waiian Treasury. Bill passed to second rcadlngaod Mr. Hitchcock read for the first time a Blll'to prevent keepers of victualing bouses and coffee saloons from keeping open alter G V. M. on Sunday evenings. Air. Komoikcbuchu moved to indefinitely post pone, which was pot to vole and lost. Rill nagspd to second rcadinrrand orintinir. Sir. S'altic Introdnced a Resolution that the Ilqusc do not assemble to morrow, in recognition of the mercy or God towards tbe American ttcpuuiic. Jtcs olnllon ndonted. Air. Nut introdnced a Resolution that the Board of Health tend a physician to Makawao to attcud the small-pox cases reported to be there. Referred to Sanltarv Committee. The President presented an invitation from the Secretary or the t-ourtu oi uiy ivrcuuvc wm miltrc, to attend tbc exercises at Kawaiahao Chprcb, to-morrow. the poliee or constaburarly, who shall inquire for the owner of such dog and the tax receipt from the Tax Collector, and if no owner shall appear or tax receipt be prodneed, soeb do; shall da destroyed, after the expiration ol twenty-four hours, so tnat tne section as amended shall read as follows Section 6. Every owner of a doz shall append or cause to be appended in a conspieions manner, to tho nock of each and every dog owned by him. a tag re ceived from tho Tax Collector, as provided for in Sec tion S of (his Act, or a tag stamped by the Govern- in tut, like that Tarnished to bun by tbe lax Collector, and every doc lound without a lag so appended, shall be caught by the police or constabulary, who shall inquire for the owner of such dog and the tax receipt from tbc Tax Collector, and If no owner snail appear or tax receipt uc procucco, sucu dog snail uc destroyed alter ine cxpiraiion ol twenty- four hours. Section 2. Tbe Minister of Flnanco may furnish metallic tagsior tuc oiiiercntcuocrnaioriaiaisirlcts, for such does as may have lost their togs, on the pay ment of tbc sum oi ten cents each by tbc owner of such dogs, provided tnal It snail do clear to tbc lax Collector Ibat the lax has been paid on sncb dogs; bnt docs on which the tux shall not have been paid snau dc taxed ti.iu lor me Dentin oi tne treasury, H i uc owners oi inc same wish mem in live. Air. A. F. Judd moved to Indefinitely nostoone tbc whole BUI. Motion pat to vole and lost, by a vote oi I io IJ. Bill of Mr. A. F. Judd on Its second rc.idinir The Assembly then went Into Committee or the V'?1?, a A ,i A7 'P, , in,.i.n.ih. inmi.ri.iiitTi mil. Mr KunL-aha In I the ISth day of July, A. D. 1S70, entitled An Act to uv.v um .w j x ,r , l Kfir-nilrncn Imp. Kutflhlishnicnt of v oolen the Cbair. for shore-boats with two oars and cox wain first two cases only "have appeared out of prize twenty dollars was won by Alnunaloa. en- which ten deaths have occurred. Of course, no one Ehonld, for a "moment, en tertain the idea that the prompt action of the Board of Health has had any effect to confine the disease within such narrow limits. On the contrarv it is the duty of every good citizen to growl and find fault, because it is much better to have the small pox or any other epidemic dis ease than to have people in authority who know how to check them and have the courage to do it Moxsiedr Le Moxxtei: having arrived here on the steamer Mohongo, on Sunday, 30th tilt., to take the place of 3L Ballieu as Consul and Commissioner for France, was presented to His Majesty on Monday, the 8th insU 3L Le Monuycr addressed His Majesty as follows : Sire, Laissez moi tout d'abord me fe liciter hautcraent d'avoir etc choisi par mon Gouvcrnmcnt pour lc rcpresenter dans l'admirable pays que la haute sagesse ot rintelligcncc eclaireo do Yotre Majestc rciidcnt dc jour en jour plus prospcre. En deposant aujourd 'hui pour la pre miere fois aUX Jlieilft '! mn VXlro Majeste riiomtavagc do mon profond re spect, je demanderai qit' Elle daigne me container la bienveillancc qu' Elle a lou jours si gracieuseaieut tcmoignc a cha enn do incs prcdeccsscurs, l'assurant que jem'efforccrai pour ma part de conserver intactcs les cxccllcntcs relations que n'ont jamais ccsscd'cntrctenirLc Gouvcrnemeut de Votrc 3Iajestc et Ie mien. translation"." Sire, Permit me to congratulate my . Belf exceedingly, on having been chosen by my Government to represent it in the admirable country in which the exalted wisdom and intelligence manifested by Your Majtsty renders every day more "prosperous. In laying to-day, for the first time, at the foot of Your Jliijcsty's Throne, the homage of my profound respect, I would ask that Your Majesty would deign to continue to mc the kindness that has always been so graciously shown to each of my predecessors assuring Your Maj orty that I shall endeavor for my part to maintain the excellent relations which have never ceased to exist between Your Majesty's Government and my own. His Majesty was pleased to reply as follows: Moxsiede, I welcome yon to the performance- of your duties in this country, and sincerely trust that your residence bore, -whether it may be long or short, wiH "be agreeable to yourself. As yon in timate, Myself and Government have always entertained the strongest feelings of personal cordiality towards your pre decessors, feelings which I am assured you raorit, and am certain you will establish for yoarseaf. M. Le Monnycr was accompanied by M. Pcract, CkanceJltor of tlie French Consulate. IBs Majesty, on the occasion, was at teadod by the Minister for Foreign Af jaks, tie Governor of Oalwt, Ilk Majesty's Cbaniberiain, and Col Pratt of the Staff Dstartbke or Tifc U. S. S. Nacbagansxtt. This Sea vessel, after a visit of nearly nine weeks. cteaMd oat of the harbor on Saturday afternoon abMt five o'clock. She proceeds to Christmas IsUfk! for tbe purpose of obtaining a survey tbwei, asd thecro to Jarvis Island for the same parpase, after coopleting which she will visit the Marshall and Gilbert Island, and then touch at the Navigator's. After visiting various places seathtrest of tha lice, she proceeds to South America, and toward the termination of her cruise is expected to return here next Spring, en TOste forSaa Fraadsco. A comber of our pro EHceot residents visited the ship during the af ternoon for tbe paqwse or wishing CapU Meade and bis agreeable officers a loit rotage. The Hawaiian Band, under tbo" direction of Mr. jfnrcr. was also on board, and remained until a late boor. tered by Wabamana. only two boats having start ed although six were entered, consequently the second prize was not allowed -to Young America, which came in second. Tlie third race, for whale- boats with five oars and steersman, for a prize of -fifty dollars, was an exciting one, for which four boatB were entered but only three started, viz: white boat, light green, and black boat This race resulted in favor of the former, steered by Dick, although entered by Simon, who declined at tho last moment to go in her. and was much chargrined at the result, especially as the owner of tbe boat gave each of the crew an additional five dollars for winning tho race. The green boat came in second, distancing the black boat. The fourth race, for gentlemen amatnres with two oars and coxwain, was also an interesting one, for which there were four entrances, tbe first prize being two pair minature gold oars and one of sil ver for coxwain, and a smaller pair gold oars for second prize. Considerable interest existed re garding the merits of the various crews, that of Dido having tbe preference, being the most mus cular. The constant practice of l oung America s crew, however, won the race in 10:15. while Dido came in second in 10:25. Our foreman and an otheryoung Hawaiian born gentleman pulled the second boat we have seen the gold oars which they received, and microscopically viewed, they prove themselves to be rare specimens of the gctil smith's art; they are cms. in fct, and folly worth the blistered hands and labor of training and pulling through many n hot day. Hard Times came in third and Queen Emma last, great ly behind nny kind or time, although she succeed ed in passing the flagship in time to allow her crew an opportunity to witness the termination of the regatta. The canoo race came next with four entrances, each pulling five paddles, which resulted in favor of Ilea, the prize being ten dol lars. Gigs with six oars followed, for a prizo of fifty dollars, for which raco Dandy, Liliu and Amelia were entered, tbe latter belonging to tbe German ship Georges and pulling only Gvo oars. The Liliu was withdrawn and the race won by the Amelia owing to Dandy failing to comply with the directions as to coarse. The man-of-war boat's race for a prize of fifty dollars came next. Tor which tho first cutters of the Xarragan sett and St. Mary's were entered, although four boats started, the others being tbe second cutter of the former ship and the Governor's boat, the latter pulled by a crew from tbe same vessel. The course selected same as whaleboats' was through the passage, around bell-buoy and back to flagship by same course, tbe St. Mary's boat proving Uie winner owing to the Xarnigansett's going between second can-buoy and spar-buoy, thus cutting off considerable of the distance. Had the other boats, nhich merely pulled around the course to give additional interest to the race, been regularly entered, tbe Governor's boat would Lave won the prize, coming in first, the Xarragac selt's second cutter following. Boats with sculls, for a prize of ten dollars, comprised the eighth race, for which only two entered, and was won by Bed. White and ISIae coming in last. Tbe ninth and last race, for tubs without keels, four were en tered. This race was decidedly aausing, and to Bob was awarded the prize of ten dollars as the most skillful navigator. The above raws terminated at five o'clock, p. tn. leaving no time for a scrub race. Everything connected therewith passed off pleasantly, and to the ranUemen comprising the regatta committee ranch credit is dec for tbe admirable manner in which the entire arrangements were conducted. Police. Oabu. and Deputy Constables, 537.736. lVndlnir discussion, the Assembly took a recess: on rc-asscmblinc, there being no quorum, tbc House adjourned. Firrr-FiFTii Dav, July 5, 1STJ. Tbe Assembly met at 10 o'clock, A. u.. the Fresl dent, rtis Ex. V. Xahaolelua, in the Chair. Prayer by the Chaplain. Journal of preceding session read. and on motion approved. Air. A. F. JaJd, Chairman of tho Select Committee to whom was referred tbe item in tbe Appropriation Bill, for Fire Department S10,00. reported favorably and recommended tbe Jloase to grout toe same, ue sort adopted. Air. Martin introduced a resolution that the Hoard of Health appoint a new pbysician in place of Dr. Sannders. wi o is about to be removed to anuKU His Ex. the Minister of the. Interior stated that the Board of Health bad taken no steps in tbc mailer al luded to in the resolution. Resolution laid on tbe table. Air. Kaal introdnced a resolution that the Rules of Parliament in EnclA'd.aml in tbe heoate in tbe United Statel.be translated and printed in ilawajian. HesolutioD withdrawn, and the member gave notice of a Bill on the subject. Air. Aholo read for tbo first time a Dill to amend the law relating to the distribntion of water in La haina. Passed to secjnd reading and printing. Mr. Kokea read for the first time a Bill to amend Subdivision 1 of Section J06of tbo Civil Code (reduc ing letter postage to one cent). Bill rejected. His Ex. the Minister of Finance gave notice of a Bill to amend Sections 174, 176 and 177 of tho Civil Code, and a Bill to amend an Act relating to deposits in tho Treasury ; also a Bill to authorise a General Loan. , Air. Alikalemi stated that it was reported that some people at tbc Quarantine ground bad come to town at night, complaining that they bad not food enough. After some discussion, referred to Sanitary Committee. Assembly went into Committee of tbe Whole on the following Bill, introduced by Air. Rice, Air. A. F. Judd in the Cbair. Section 1. Every husband, wife, child, parent, inianlian. cmnlover. or other person who shall be in jured in person or property or means of support, by any lntoxicatea person, or iu cuuscijucuco . uv m toxication, habitual or otherwise, of any pers in. or who being himself or berseir intoxicated, shall be thus injured in consequence oi sucu iuiuaimuvu, cuau hve a richt of action in his or her own name, sev erally or jointly, against any retailer or retnilcrs of spirituous ana intoxicating liquors, woo zn&u uy sell ing or giving intoxicating liquors, havo caused the intoxication, in whole or in part, of such person or persons, for all damages sustained and for exemplary damages ; and a married woman shall have the same right to bring suits onder this Act, and to control tho samo and the amount recovered as a femmc sole. And all damages recovered by a minor under this Act shall be paid either to such minor or to his or her parent, guardian, or next friend, as tho Court shall direct. Section 2. All suits for damages under this Act may be by any appropriate action in any of the Courts of tho Kingdom having competent jurisdiction. Section 3. All persons applying for a license to re tail spirituous liquors, under the provisions of an Act for the vending of wines, ales and other spirituous liquors, approved 23d August, A D. 1SC2, shall be fore receiving tho same, and in addition to. tbe bond required by tbe said Act, file a bond, to bo approved by tbc .UlOlSlcr OI toe iniciiur, iu iuiui as luuutis . Enow all men by these presents, that wc, nrintinal. and surety, are held and firmly bound unto the Alinisler of tbe Interior, for tbe use of tho Judiciary Department or tbo Hawaiian islands, in tbo penal sum of Four Thousand Dollars, lawful mnnev. to be levied on oar respective, joint nnd seve ral nronertv. in case tbe conditions hereinafter set forth shall ho violated. Tar the iust and full payment of which wo hereby jointly nnd severally uinu ourselves, our ncirs, execu- Encourocc the Establishment of Woolen and Cotton Factories," be and tbc same is hereby amended by striking out tuc following words In the latter part oi eaia section, to nu: -rroviuca tuat tne earn ractoiy or f actories are oi euuicieni capacity to manufacture and consume all the wool and cotton produced at the time of their erection." Section 'J. That Section 5 of the said Act be and the same is hereby amended so as to read aa follows, to wit: 'Section 5. Tbc provisions of Sections 1 and 3 of this Act shall not extend beyond tbe ISth dav of duly, A. u. IStO." tin motion tbe Kill nr.sscu to engrossment, Rules suspended, and Mr. Hitchcock gave notice of r Bill relatlni; to coUee snops on The babbatb day. Rules suspended, and the Enrollment Committee reported that the following Bills had received the signature of Ills .Majesty: An Act to amend Sec tions 1006 and 1007 ol tho Civil Code: An Acl to amend Srclluu 14SS uf tbe Civil Code; An Act to prevent the use ol explosive auUitauccs in uKlug tlsli. Assembly adjourned. ' Firrr sixth .Day, Jclt 6, 1872. The Assembly met at tbe usual hour, tbe Pre6t dent, Uis Ex. P. Nahaolelua, in the Chair. Prayer by the Chaplain. Journal of preceding day read and on motion, approved. Air. .Carter, Chaiiman of Sanitary Committee, stated that be bad been informed that while tbe steamer Nebraska was in port, tbera were cases of small-pox concealed on ooard, ana that be laid the tacts before the President of the Board of Health. Air. Rice, Chairman of Select Committee on the Bill to make retailers of spiritnous liquors responsi ble In damages lor liquors sold on the premises, reported in favor of ibe Bill vvitbout amendment. (Fur Bill, sceSSd day's proceedings.) Bill to authorize a Special Loan (Hotel Bonds,) rena inira time lurounuut. Air. Nawahl moved to rt-Iect the BUI. as tho II wolinn Hotel furnished liquors to natives, and he was not In favor or the Uovernmeut purchasing; an establishment which was the first to break the law. .Mr. huukaba lavored the Bill, and thought tbe objections or the lust speaker or small moment, as there were laws In the Statute Book which provided lor tbc ouense aiiuuca tu. The Bill passed by a vote or 23 to 11. An Act reL-ulatinir the Fisheries read third time. Air. C. H. Judd said the- title or tbc Bill did not convey a correct Idea of the Intent ol tbc Bill ; as he understood It, It was an Act defining tbe word Tenant. Mr. A. F. Judd moved the following amendment to the title: "An Act defining the word Tenants .upon tbe lands to which fisheries belong, and de fining their rights in such Fisheries," which waa put to vote and carried. Bill to establish a National Museum read by its title, and passed third readimr. Bill to amend Section 5, Cliaptcr 39, of tbc law or ISTO, relating to Tux on Animals, (removing tue tax or 10 cents for dog tag,) read third time by Its tille, and passed. Bill to amend an Act to cncouracc the establish. mcnt or Woolen and Cotton Factories, read third "time by Its title, and passed. The Assembly then went into Committee or thu Whole on the Bill to make retailers or spirits rc sponsible for Iniurles done or received by persons becoming intoxicated on their premises, together Willi ucpnri oi select iroiuuiiucc, uou. u. iiuix kaua in tbc Cbair. Bill passed, with tbc exception ol Sections 3, 4, and 5. On Committee rising, the Chairman reported as above. Kcporl adopted. .Air. Aholo moved a reconsideration or the vote on the adoption of tbe Report ol the Judiciary Committee upon the petition from the Honolulu Chamber or Commerce, praying that Auctioneers be prohibited from Importing on lueir nwu account, and receiving consignments from abroad. Alotioti carried. Air. C. II. Jndd moved tbe adoption of the Report. Hon. C. R. Bishop moved to accept tbc report of tors and administrators. h oomtiilltce. and lav the same on the table for Sealed with our seals, ana uatea mis ... aay oi consideration on .Monday next. -Motion carried. Aoootaos ox thk ForKTtt. A holiday so ex tensively observed bas seldom passed more pleas antly and with fewer accidents than the Fouilh. The only serious occurrence which we have beard reported was that of two natives on horseback, coming Iron opposite directions at a more rapid speed than the kw allows, who collided with acb other and were injured to an extent as to require the attention of a pbysician. The owner ol the trotting borse Billy Taylor narrowly escaped what rarght have proved a serious affair, while torning the "sulky" in which be was driving, rather suddenly through a gateway on King St., one of tbe "wheels coming in contact with a post' causing the body to separate from the shafts and unceremoniously "spilling'" the occupant. Xo damage resulted beyond breaking a spring and loosening one or two bolts. Towards evening, after the regatta, a sharp squill struck the sail boat King "Phillip nhich was being navigated about tbe harbor by a couple of individuals inex perienced in nautical affairs, causing her to careen over and fill with water, and before the occupants were lully aware of their danger, she sank with colors flying. Asststauce reached them from the shore, but noce too soon, ns one of them was nearly exhausted when pickml np. a n. is The condition or this obligation is as follows : That whereas tbo above hounden principal has this day ap plied for a license to retail spirituous liquors in ac cordance with Sections 7 and S of tho Act " for tho vending of wines, ales, and other spirituous liquors," enacted 23d August, A. D. 1872, and has complied with all the requisitions of said law, and has conse quently become entitled to a license to retail spiritu ous liquors, in accordance with tho Statute in such cases made and provided, for the term of ono year from date: Now, therefore, if, during the continu- nnce or this license, tho said Principal shall pay all Judgments, not appealed from, that may be adjudged against him by any Court of this Kingdom, under the provisions or tho 'aw " to make all persons retailing spirituous and intoxicating liquors, liable In damages ror injuries done or received by those becom ing intoxicated on such liquors, and as the result or such intoxication," enacted on tbc ... day of A. D. 1S72, then this obligaMon shall bo void ; other wise, on proof or such unpaid judgment or judgments, a sufficient or tbe penalty mentioned in this bond to satisfy such unpaid judgment or judgments, shall be forfeited fur the satisfaction thereof. Section 4. Upon a violation of any of the conditions of this bond by any licensed retailer of spirituous liquors, it shall be tho duty of the Minister of tbe In terior to pass said bond tit the Attorney General of tbo Kingdom, for enforcement against tho parties thereto, both principal and surety, with such information as baa come to his knowledge in regard to any violation. Air. Carter said that tbe subject of restricting tbc evils arising from tbc use of intoxicating drinks, was attracting tbc attention at the best minds in (treat Britain and the United Stales, and in support i. of this view tbe Ho--, member read an extract from a I late number of the Brili'h Quarterly llnitw. on "The I License System." The ubject of tb.s law was lo prc , vent abuses of the trade in intoxicating drinks, not i to prohibit the traffic for that was not practicable I I have picked up a Taper by the steamer this morning ' from tbe Colunies, which bai a leading article on this j subject, of the abuso by publicans of the business, i representing a fearful stale of things in some parts of I ,'ew Zealand. This proposed law docs not impose a ' fine on tho dealer, but it renders him liable in dam ! nges before tbe Gonrts for the results of his reckless management of his business. This will give the seller an excuse for refusing to furnish in some cases. And when a person under the influence of liquor goes into ' a bar-room, and is further supplied with liquor, and ! commits an offense or docs some injury io conse qnence of the increased intoxication, the person who I famishes the liquor should be responsible. ' His Kx. the Alinisler of Foreign Relations quite co- iociOed with tho remarks of Air. Carter, aod forcibly advocated the passage ef the Rill. This class of laws ' touches al the root of tbe evil of the traffic in intoxt- eating drinks, becanse it affect their pm6ts. ' Mr. Hitchcock wished to see tbe Bill amended eo v ' to apply to all ethers besides licensed dealers, who famish intoxicating drir.Vs. Tbe Bill waa referred to a Select Committee consist ing of Messrs. Rice, Hitchcock, Kupakee, A. 1. Judd, Jvahanisai. tie following BIB, introduced by Mr. Kekc-a, was seat considered: Sccvtrti'l. That Section of Chapter 59 f the law fo rcbttfen to the tax en animals, appro vrd on the list day ef Jnly, A. D. 1ST, be and the same is hereby amended so at U read as follows i Scctwn 4. AW dr eball b Jarly taxed One I1. lar each $ aod the wsr f each, dog or dags thall pay Tho Act to amend Section S. Chapter 41 of the renal Code, on lis second reading, was tnen iai.cn nn. The Bill was Introduced by Air. Ilalcmanu. and Is as follows: Section 1. That Section S, of Chapter 41, or the Penal Code, nn Amendment to which was approved on the 27th day of June, 1S59, Is hereby amended by tbe addition thereto of certain words In the first line thereof, so that tbc Section as amended shall read as follows: Section 8. Whoever shall distill or ferment any Intnilcatlnrf lintior or other intoxicating substances In this K'inmlnin. shall be punished bya tine not ex ceeding One Thousand Dollars, nor less than Fifty Dollars, and In default or payment of such line' shall be Imprisoned at hard labor for a term not exceeding two years. Section 2. This Act shall become a law from aud arter the date or Its approval. Bill Indefinitely pnstponcd. The BUI Introduced by Mr. A. F. Judd was next considered. The-Bill la as follows. Wbeica.i, large numbers 0( Abuptiaaa nnd Ills o! land In this Kingdom were awarded by tbe Com missioners to Quiet Land Titles, by name only, and Vot by survey or defined boundaries, and Whereas, Government commutation in many Instances Is not paid, nor the boundaries ol sucu lands certified to, and Whereas, In many cases tho original holders or such awards have de ceased. r tbe title to the eaid lands or to portli-ns or said lands has passed Into other bauds; There fore, Be It Enacted, Ac, Section 1. Every Royal Patent hereafter Issued npon nn award nt Hie Board ol Coiiinils-Ionere to Quiet Land Titles, shall be In the name ol Ibe per mn tn whom Hie (irielnal award was made, even though such person be deceased, ur the til le to the real estate thereby granted bavu been alienated; and all Royal Talents so Is-ncd shall Inure to tbe benefit of the heirs aud as6igus of the bolder ol such original uward Section 2. Any owner ofa portion ot an Abupuaa, Hi, or olber denomination or land In the Kingdom, even though the boundaries of such entire 111, Aim puaa, or other denomination ot land be not certified or the Government commutation be not paid there for, may receive a Royal Patent lor theaid portion of land, on hie paying the'Goveriimcnt commutation llicreou, and on his presenting to the Miulstcrol tho Interior a certificate defining the boundaries of euch portion of land, aa prescribed by tbc Act approved on IheSJd day of June, A. D. 1SC3. to facilitate, the settlement of boundaries, and the Royal Patent to issued shall define tbc boundaries ol eaid portion of land, Mr. Halcmann moved that the Bill pass to engross ment. Mr. Jndd explained to the Honsc bis reasons for bringing In Ibe Bill and the necessity of Its passage as a law, and moved to consider It by Sec tions. Section I was read. Ills Ex. C C Harris approved of the remarks made by the honorable Introducer of the Bill, and thought It Hie most Important Bill ol tbe session. On motion, Section 1 passed. Section 8 read. His Ex. the Minister ol the Interior thought the Introducer of tbe Bill did ot exactly understand Ihe Intention of the law ol IStS, by It the Commis sioners were not empowered 10 settle bonndarlea ot portions ot land, as alluded to In the 2fid Section. Mr. Judd explained hl Inlcrprelatlon of hc law of lSfiS regarding the settlement ! boundaries, and llionchl Ibat It another Section was added lo Ibe Bill, the Commissioner would havo Ihe n;hor Ry now In dhpntc. . .... UB. motion Ol HIS rx. ine .Minisiev "i inicjiur, law are hereby repealed, aod all lav or pxrts of laws io cauflict wita this Act, are also hereby repealed. !rctrn 3. This Aet shall became a U from and after the date of its approval. Section 1 read. Motion to lay on the table. Mr. Keke-anrgtd his Hill, at it did away with th dog ag. Mr. A. F. Jndd moved to amend the Stettaa. as fal lows: "That all dogs shall be yearly taxed one did lar each ; provided, hewtver, that the Tax Collector shill.npon Ihe receipt of lh ataeanl ef the tax from the owner of any dg. deliver to said owner a mttallk Ugtfer each and every doj paid for; which tag hl be stamped with tho number or tho year for which Ihe tax shall have been paid, and stamped also with a number, whkh number shall be registered op posite tha owner's name in tho Tax Collector's book, from one upward, for each taxation district," which was pat la vela aud carried. Sections S and 3 road aad struck oat. Bill as amended carried, and title corrected. Tbe following Bill, introduced by Mr. Martin, was next considered : Section 1. That Section 6 be and the tame li hereby amended by striking oat the words "shall bo de stroyed by the police or constabulary force of the dis trict." in the last portion of said Section, and insert ing in place thereof tho words "shall be caught by lttNun.i Hvadtui-. and la at tollYt: Section 1. That Seclln 51 of Ckptr M of Ibe PcMl Ch1c be, and Ihe ome It herthv amended hy Mriklnr out Ihe words " Kealakcku" and " K naloa," i contained lumlti, o that the eloa will read a lollowt: Section M. Tho Mlnitter or the lulotler way at any time lleente, for tso Ivrm of one jrr, any ap. Idlcant to daughter and Ml bvtt, tltlwr In Hon lain, UhaUa, Walluku, IWo, Kawatlne, Kb or Hanalel, npou rrcvtvinp for such llcvnte Ihe m ol tesily dollars; proviurd, however, that Ihla Sec tion sball not be hrtd to apply to lt"t or cortwtl beet broMshtfwm other p r tho Mwsdom. Section J. Thlt Acl shall becomo a law from and after tbe date of Its pottage, and all law or patta ot law In contravention hcrsw 1th are hereby rvpoalvd. Bill read, and nn tuollou or Mr. C II. Judd, lu definitely postponed. The Act lo amend Chapter 0 of llio Penal Code, Introdnced by His Kx. is, 11. Phillip, waa read the tccoud time. Mr. Mittln moved Hut lbs Bill pits to engross ment. Mr. A. F. Judd moved lo anund by making Im prisonment one year, In place or tvro vcars, that was more In proportion lo the flue of f IOX Consideration deferred until tbe SlU instant. BSlllutroduccdby Hit Ex. S. 11. Phillip-, at fol lows, was then taken up on lis second readies;: The several Justices ot the Supreme Couct, at Chambers, after Ihe filing of any libel, may pass the orders authorized by tbe 10th Section r Chapter 16 of Ihe Acl ol 1S70, entitled " An Act relating to Di vorce," and such orders may be revised and amend ed from time lo time by said Court, or by any Justice thereof, or by any Circuit Court having jurisdiction or tbe cause. uis t,x. U. u. Harris moved to insert tne minis for divorce" after Ihe word "libel." Motion carried, and tbe Bill passed to engrossment. The Bill Introduced by Mr. Rice, providlog for the holding of an additional term of tbc Fourth Judi cial circuit was taken nn on us second reading. The followins is tbc Bill: Section 1. A term ot the Circuit Conrt within and for tjie Fourth Judicial Circuit shall be bolden at Nawilinlll on the first Tuesday of February In each year. cccuonu. ibenrsucrm or the court bolden by authority of thW Act. shall be bolden on Ibe first Tuesday of February, which shall be In the year unc luonsana tigut Hundred and scveniy-tiirce. Air. Rice moved to amend tbe first Section byadd ing the following words: "In addition to the term now provided by law." Amendment carried, and Bill passed to engrossment. ine iiouse men considered tne mil introduced by Mr. Poll, on its second reading, as follows: section I. That Section 193 of tbc Civil Code be and tbc same is hereby amended, so as to read as follows: Section ICS. It shall bo Ihe dntv or every Clerk or a Alarket to designate and declare to wbat nscs and purposes tbc stalls and stands of said Markets shall be appropriated, and be shall, with tbe consent of tbc .Minister of tbc Interior, grant one license for each and every stall in the Market, but the rent thereof shall not exceed Fitly Dollars Per annum. and the leasing or stalls bythe dayorweek Is hereby abolished. Tbe rents of all .Markets shall be paid lo advance to the Minister of the Interior. Section J. This Act shall become a law from and alter tbo-d.ite of Its passsage, and all laws and parts of laws lu conflict with tbe provisions or tbls Act are hereby repealed. On motion or Air. C. II. Judd, the Bill was Indefi nitely postponed. An Act to repeal the "Law to mttlgate tbc evils and diseases arising from prostitution," approved the 24th day ol Auirust. lttiO. Introduced by Mr. Ml- kaleiui, on its second reading. wn motion, kiii passed tu engrossment. Assembly adjourned. FirTr-SEVimn Dxr, July 8, 1S72. Tho Assembly met at 10 A. M., tbo President. Hit Ex. P. Nahaolelua, in the Chair. Prayer by the Chaplain. Journal of preceding session read and approved. Air. Lonoaea presented a petition from tho labor ers on Starbuck Island, praying that a law be passed that Hawaiian laborers have wanes paid them from the time tbey leave Honolulu, instead ot from tbo time they land upon tbe Guano Islands. Petition rejected. Air. C. H. Judd presented a petition from Koolau poko, praying that people living on konoblki lands be allon ed lo sell fish, except Konobiki's fish. On motion, petition laid on tbe table. Mr. Carter. Chairman of the Sanitary Committee. reported as follows: the petition of residents in Houolnln. praying that this Assembly "will, by enactment of law, for bid the sale or furnishing of opium by any person except tbe rcmilarly licensed nlivslcians." has been duly considered by your Committee, and we arc of opinion that the petitioners have not In their peti tion fully met the end they had In view, namely, the prohibition of the.sale of opium, except ns a pre paration prescribed by a regularly licensed physi cian. It has been urged that tlie-usc ol opium cannot be prevented, and that brinclne- the sale under the firovislona of law and thereby obtaining a revenue, s the only practical way open to the Government. That Its prohibition could not be enforced, for the reason that it wonld be smuggled into the country: and that to prevent this the Customs Guard would uave. io uc largely reiniorccd. touching the matter of revenue, your Committee is aware that thu sum ol twenty-one thousand dol lars, recently obtained for a license, Is no lnconsid crable sum, but your Committee Is of tbc opinion that the loss to the country, although not directly perceptible, will soon be apparent in Ihe effects of the use of tbo druir upon the class of laborers en gaged in agricultural pursuits. ine sum obtained lor tue license recently sold convinces your Committee that the sale of tbe drug must be more extensive than has been Imagined, and that It is sold to persons contrary to tbe provisions or law. Thu effect ol Ihe general use of opium will be to paralyze all industrial pursuits. icil tbe chan nels through which loss will accrue to the commu nity will he as numerous as the consumers of tbc drug, and will largely exceed tbe present gain to the revenue. Your Committee believe that every honest clfort should be made tn prevent its Importiitioti and sale, and that H can be done without any great cost to the Government, particularly if a law should ue enscied punishing uy une and Imprisonment any party convicted or Importing, selling-or iurnlshlng tbo drug. Your Committee urge tbo repeal of tbe law allowing Us sale, and the passage or a law as be fore suggested. J. o. carter. Chairman, J. W. KUPAKEE, W. HANAIKE. Report accepted. Air. Carter. Chairman of the Sanitary Committee. presented the following report : Your Committee, tn whom was referred a petition from Honolulu praylngtbat the prohibition or Ihe salo of intoxicating drinks be extended to all classes of men within this Kingdom, report: That expe rience teaches that such probibilion could not be enforced without a'strong public sentiment lo en dorse It, aud your Committee Is satisfied that such a sentiment does not prevail In this community, ns is evidenced by tbc fact that tbc salo ol Intoxicating drinks to natives, although prohibited, Is largely practiced In defiance ol law and tbe executive, and that the manufacture ot intoxicating drinks, al though prohibited, is carried on In every district or tbe Klngbom. lour Committee urge the passage or restrictive laws, but consider prohibitory laws Impractleableat preseut, j. u. Uiiiut.1,, uuairman, J. W. KUPAKEE, W. HANAIKE. Report accepted. Mr. Carter. Chairman of the Sanitary Committee. reported as follows una petition to prohibit the sale ol una: lour Committee, to whom was referred tbe peti tion (rum Honolulu, prajlng that tint "sale or awa be absolutely prohibited within Ibe limits or this Kingdom, except by licensed apothecaries and strictly as n medicine," report: That euch prohibi tion is not practicable nnless its growth and cultiva tion is prevented ; but that laws ol a restrictive na ture have been passed and are now upon the Statute books, which If enforced would prevent the abuse of tlle.nrtlcle. So long as nubile sentiment permits the open vio lation ot Ihe existing laws regulating Its sale with, out rebuke, so toug It will be ol little use tu attempt prohibition. J. u. u.u.ir.K, uuairman, J. W. KUPAKEE, W. HANAIKE. Report accepted. Air. Kupakee introduced a resolution Ibat Persons who wish to return tn their homes by Ihe steamer tills afternoon be allowed to do so, and that the Bojnl of He-all birraut ail those a pass who have no signs nt small-pox. .Mr. .Martin' said heconld not see the force of re stricting passengers when the vessel were allotted to visit other pints, and small-pox was just aa likely to reach the other Islands through letters, freight, and the crews of vessels as It was through passen gers. He was in favor ot slopping all vessels If the people were not allowed to travel. Mr. Kaal was very much In favor of the resolution and endorsed the remarks ol Ihe list speaker about detaining all Vessels ir passengers were not allowed to leave. His Ex. the Alioistcr or Interior said that tbc Board of Health was not composed or a single indi vidual, nor n ere they Individually Interested In the order lo restrict passengers from leaving Honolulu, except so lar aa concerned the public welfare and the public health. Ills Er. explained to the Honsc tbe thankless position the Board now held; lie was aware that ttreir actions were tho subject ol unpleas ant comment, but under the circninttancea Ibe pro mulgation of the order from the Board of Health that no passengers would be allowed lo leave this port, was tometblng which coord wot well be ovotded, at the public health demanded It. That ir a rule was made It ought to be enforced, and the minute one person was favored that minute the rote was of no force wholevrr. The question rras this whether lire rule should be witorcrd or not, and people allowed to Iravet Indltcrtmlnolely. The case of smallpox Ibat broke ovil In Makawno was traced directly rrom Honolulu; Ibat bad bten isolated, and now the Board had delermlnrd that snch a case sbonW Pol occnr again, hence lire order ol w brch so much lalk bd been made. There wwv olber case tpoketi ol on live oilier Islands but aHosron wit wad more partrcnlartytotlre Makawao teases as tnal called forth Ihe order. Some lalk w made of stop plr all traffic, hot tbit WweM be tMrtUhms hM nun , at tbe itttoote w wrt check ; hot It w ttrtie to havo Ihe day of ISM vw HflVn. such a ro&rw wonht bo corawtmlsbtf . If no w cra earn nn dor the noltos wf tbe Board r Helth Ihe retUfethni wwiM In all prebtbMlly be Wkw oft by Menday el. Mr. Caller hVprt-e Ihe actio ol Ihe Baaed M" Health so lwg as Ibty wt lt(nt ami Bltu, ami thought II tc duty t ult vttlt In awltl the IVcwrvl ami do all In Ihvlr Hwrr l chrek lh ptd ottbodlM-atc. tor It II gl It lit any otlhconlor ,ltt IHels. witrttlj tm Ihv other iskjmK lh havo would tie temvlhfoe froifMl, tfeoto wore not doc tors enough thore lo chvrk II or otto olfor M le tboso Who needed It KvbftrtJ. lo Sanlitty Commltlrot UviHiit ol JudtoMt) OwMttiltlre nn a petition fm the Cumber uf Conimf rco, JhojIkc fr the nmwiuV nitnl of that ponton ot tho Civil Cvdo rvUlli'g lo auction license, nest contldr red. The JudlcUry Committee submit Ihe follflwlnc repott on a petition from Ihe Honolulu Chamber ol Commerce, prajtug that this Ataemhly pan a law amending Srcllou III or Ihe Civil Code, by addlnu; lu the MlJStcllon Ibe follon lug wotilt ; "And nn person holding an uuellunccr't license for aald Island of (lahu, aball be granted any license to tell at wholesale ur retail, general merchandise or spirituous liquors, and shall not cell by autlion general merchandise or spirituous liquor except by order of some perton duly licensed lu tell mcr cbandltn ortplrtluoui llqunra." Tho effect of tho proposed amendment would be to prevent tbe two auctioneers at Honolulu not only from selling any goods or liquors otherwise than at auction,, but also rrom Importing any goods and closing them out at auction1, and also Irora receiv ing any consignments or goods from abroad and selling Ihe same at auction; In short, to prevent tbe auctioneers from selling owjf general mere bar. dlse or liquors except from tbe stock of some or the licensed wholesale or retail dealers. It was urged before the Committee thai the auc tioneers ungbt to be thus restricted, becanse 1: they receive consignments of goods from abroad tbey conld afford to sell them directly at auctkin lor prices lower than tbe goods sent to auction by reg ular merchants here, that is, tor as much leoaaa tbc . .... 1 1 n ..... Mmmlitlnni fimnnnt to. aav W per ".. ti ,i invtir tn Ibe advantage of Forests shall recti fctrlw MlkM the retailers and consumers, for the Committee the dot tea of Ms nMntmtk n a Itm aWalp. ot were assured that tbc Importing auctioneer doe not t the IwltaloT stfl charge bis consignor his auctioneer' commission of Section fk To tww of - - JoHar; ft ItttW per cent In addition lo his wholesale corn mis- ! appwartrtoti for t pHe i nsjawt, ooT a elon ot 5 percent., and H be own the goods be cer- ' proTjW rf IWo Jet. talnly can afford to sell them for tbc amount ol bis ' SecSfow 7. TIAWot ofcoM ooeHB tor aWoa a- anctionccr's commission lew than other. The I after tho dot. K sm Piw , rhMf-nin of minds In the market Is certainly an ! On nMtttm, the nsoenMy M too sM r advantage: but It Is claimed that the Indiscriminate I the Wow oe too HB, Mr. Xtm Mag I,.llo- .,f nnrf .rllln- flf fOO! and tOlllCR? tt CtMlr. them at auction at low rates, disturbs trade and dls- j BUI considered by fJitaUoiu. tVesjooo X rat courages regular and stated Importations as may he tottaMe tor etrrrimf tko furf forttt fo IM .. Setton4.' Wooaevor H thoW ba mmaij aea tiagtiiati any Brfrefo HsrM or tt tot vf om bind repaired to Mly carry oott tkr laltiirlniioo rats Jet, tor fare but too sf Nra omm sMI as UrmifMrd by referee arreod apnr fry mi aifug the parties lettrrstjwt IhsittH Too MltoOwtot of a Iuterior, IP4 too rtssxltfl aaMgai si aV trrminett tbofl br lar til none Nat ot ska asttw be paid by too GannnrM far wwwta or fcxo an. aacf upon aaoklag tooianof sactt arttv in fi fi i ta i by tbe refereof, K tkail be ktwM lar raa kr MM. lar tu lone potest taa as oaas wuiigi ol tbr parpooes afareaaW. SSecttoa ie tjuwoiiiiieiiiMiiK at In short. It snh.Htntiv. a fluctuating for a steady market. Tbr objection might be urged against all auction sale. Your Committee are of the opinion that tbee evils correct themselves In due time, as goods are not likely to be sold continuously for less than their cost or value. Your Committee arc also or tbe opinion that it l contrary to the spirit of constitutional liberty to en act Ian s restricting the trade privileges of any indi vldual or class of Individual. No laws or this nature exist in this Kingdom. "The King conducts his Government for tbceorn mon good, and not for Ihe prntlt, honor, or private Interest of any one man, family, or class or men among bis subject." (.(rtlclc 13 or Constitution.) Even Government officers arc allowed the Urges! liberty of trade. If thlsamcndraent prupoted by tbc Chamber of Commerce should become a law, it would apply to but two Individual in this Kingdom. The restriction or the number or auction license for Oabu creates a sort or monopoly o( this business, which your Committee deem Inadvisable, aud would advise Ihe enactment or a law allowing any person to take out an auctioneer license, for a fixed sum per annum, should those interested, or tbe Minister ul I lie interior, propose sucu a ian Mr. nucacack morrot to i lit Seelroa. at tbo Miatofrr af It had tbo power rrootrd blta br rb 'JuSSaa. Mr. .1. F. JaaVi aasto iw taoar at? taa Ml, mt referred la tbe aoaaeaa) awt aalia ay ooaao af oar foreats, and ailoard rprtafly to Xaaotra Taflay, which at prearat was aathtac bat a caaaVftjax iostnapf a tksrk SsecM wnb aM aar Iters saaT a cadtrr vattrly of trrrr. i woo tea yoan nat Ha wouhl favor a largvr ttwa lor too pusnnarfcia wood aad tomttrrt fka waa rasas) tar Lbo faHu. Govern moot BnMulimr. or Now tistvL lit KX. too MtaaXrr of notae i advantage of tree, bat Ibowgat atb a n it called ror ia lb Mil saar aa tar taa BBK oa Jlter carefully considering all tho arguments on I ArttmoH aap-amra. ti Side of the question, your Committee report i tnent to m Into. Hub. C R. UMfcsp woo fa fa ror af faa some tbaago. tttd trao Bosed MrlMwk I bod come at fcar ahraaaooa. at ka iomM oaata good rolgbt anm fram t. Hctaakaaf taw Botani and Blrram bockor How nloto. awe anjaonuT tan lea, and extra l yean bopk with toaar. at tJavK at soma I ratio oa lb tdooataaaaw taaVtoaao of tree aod tores Is. On Ulullwn, Comaatttra urtlPg prwglT. oad postponement. Report aaVsttd. both adversely to the prayer of the petillsn.and reeum mend its indefinite postponement. A. t. J uiiu, tnatrman, L. AHOLO, P. NUI. J. A. KAUKAU. D. II. HITCHCOCK, .tflcr considerable discussion the- report wa adopted. Tne following Bill, Introduced by His Ex. the Attorney General, next considered: Section 1. That the following Section be added to Cbapte 9 cf Ibe Penal Code: .Section II. vtnocver snau commit any as sault or assault and battery, not hereinbefore specified, upon another, shall be deemed gnllty of a common assault or assault and battery, and shall be punished by a fine not exceeding One Hundred Dol lars, or by .mprisoumcnt at bard labor not exceed ing two years. nil ill indefinitely nostnonrd. Bill to protect Woods and Forests, Introduced by Air. A. F. Judd, was taken up on Its second reading, as follows: Whereas, It Is an established fact that Ihe desl ruc tion of forests In any country tends to diminish the supply or rain, therefore, Be it Enacted, c.. Section 1. That the Alinisler of the Interior ia hereby authorized and directed to set apatt and cause to be protected from damage by trespass of animals or otherwise, such woods aud forest lands, the property of the Government, as may In hi opinion be best suited for the protection oi water sources, and Ibe supply of limber and fruit trees, cabinet woods, and valuable shrnbbery. Sections. For Ibe purposes contemplated In this Act, the Minister of tbe Interior is hereby author ized and directed to appoint some competent person as Superintendent of H oods and Forests, woo shall, under the direction or Ibe eaid .Miuister. enforce aucb rules and regulations as may be established to pro tect and preserve such woods and forest lands from trespass. Said Superintendent shall have charge of the construction of all fence and barriers required to protect the said woods and forest lands, and shall be responsible for their being kept lu good condition, lie shall, under Ihe direction of tbe said Minister, be empowered tn cause tbe arrest ot any trespasser on such lands, and all constabulary or police ot the districts In which euch woods and lands may be situated are hereby required to assist such Superintendent In carrying out tbe directions of tbe Said Alinisler iu the premises. lud it is hereby made nn uffcnse pnnishablr b a fine not tu exceed Oner Hundred Dollars, or imprisonment at bard labor not to exceed ono year, upon conviction be fore any Police or District Justice, of nny person olio shall violate any ol the rules or legulation established as aforesaid, tabuing such wood aud forest lands. Section 3. The Alinisler of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to secure from tbe Coromlo si'jners ot Crown Lands, by lease or oilier wise, such woods and lands, being tbe property of tlie t,nwn. Notice. I.V THE JIATTEIX OK THB MUTATIS 6T D t.MIL ILT. kit MSo. , litrnit On roaal od IHoc tbo atittaa f J H Coaoy, Jtatat trator ot too tM ot ftooM By. tat of Ma. aVoott. a aoa trOMd. uUm tool ht ored. bo4 Wat aoal -odor mr to mm too cropertr rvOMtatoz la ta btao to raWIni, aod oVtaarataf baa n at toco aaawnmrooic . It la oHrrrt Sent rt.T. too Sotb f of Jal. .U iTx, al Mo'ctMk a. to 4 to bona? ua I 1- 1SIZ. tha lor bwirtag nmi m tltawi too faf rrsle4 aor ttoo oa t y lory aaro, way too sanaaf t-f W tit tOMOOl TMorO M tO Of lOatll t ft OS Ol t tho GOort Hoot, to tMo, MowatL r S. aVTNAK. 1IIK Haw. Carols J4ff XM Joootrtfc. MX SUrilKJIK COtVllT OF T11K. f t aWJUI.V lSUa.Xb-v ia fwioolo to tbo man of tbo owai -4 llllll I M Can tt tli o M M4h. JOHN' K BLUET, taw of Ckuan. h-arr tbo itoo ibmm If. On reodfx a4 ooC ft SVIH-i a Ac Jlcnrvo. Evcotar of ib Win -f Jmmm K, aolrl. Ko. ibnoorA wtlo bootbo b aad eharar btomB K . aao aob Ibnt tbo i to uaBHaoi 4 it mmm no o baol noil mf to mod abtbwicloc Mot ol nt.. ai al tbitbn to rofnibUHy u neb : It It ororral tint TTISrUT. tbo Bab aw of .taaaoa. A. is. iz. e io cofi. a. 91. . a Chantor. to too Cor-booo ot I brtrby I toMH. Ik,- tm Boot filll SW to ii oaao mmm retllloo oaol lunin mm UM all i so aHiin-oil mr tboo aad tbrro ataoor taa obow aoaro. a aao tbosr ooa.wtay lbo mom booM mmt to faootoa. aao aow psaoot ooalNtaaoo tooboaroroitJttboaiiilj; mm4 Ito aw mt I. la tto naxtbh o4 Hawouoo li...r.. to lit obo 8oWoool Ko AaOboo St ijin. iannaa la Hoaabs air tbrro tataiowoo woaao ataao To tor tiaio ttorrto aopnlulso Sotof at ItooUoto. H. 1 . Ikte tttb of of Jaoa. A- to. MTX nuiMi .t h txavaK, AtlMt: Cbaof J.oo W lo a ioiaeoT. rfoo ft. waaotao. awa. lasr. awa. caar. OL'fltK.ltK CtlL'UT Or TtltsTllXtbbllSljl r of wmmm of tow ISLA-IW IX FIMMItTS to tbo I hoooUf HBMIIT 8k-HTKUtt!. canto oa aoallcottoa ot gaol ota j NUM. Oo rrootos o Iliac too ootaooo of Hooa IVrOHWoxtao ooomioo -I loo ynfliio ooo pinutu or Boavr I ouour. vrovHHI oo oo m ill r so m linos kmtlio: to tbo M word ao ullloa oatb c ooo wny o rwu Man mmm a -M It si hint? in om i a. tbM too mi "T btaaf taaosobo aod an orroiBf Httorwtoa to too oaos ootofts, oaaaoo at thai Coart am IIINI, lbo tSb aiy f Jala. fb otfl ! detect a. st . M to Coort Moooi of tbto root ta tola, tboo aao iboro to bow on, way oa ooaor abaabt to (notod ar Ito aolo .-f orlt oaoato. Aao st at tartoor otoaroo. too o -aay rf taoaoaaorbo t Dotal H-aurolo, K. I . . urx K. A Atloot- JooHeooftbo) Jao. H. Baaoaoa. aTaaotji otra. CO., DILLINGHAM & Imx3 or lex's and Dealers in Hardware & General Merchandise! Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street, ILAVE CONSTaVNTLY OX HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE ! For Sale vt Low Rates. DOOR LOCKS OF ALL KINDS I IHocI Hrass and Iron, rrom 1 to 4 Inch; Caabas rtlWnsa atai Jaaa, tlatu 1 a 4 boll nnd Till, Chest and Trunk, bsmI Dot; C-tbr Ledto. Door ltoll Sprlnr and Cham, Snoare aad Tonaf, WrowtM ajl Govt, kfH Mt) bm for Doors, Pictures and Curtain. Door an d O ate La tches. Hooltsi Hooks and Staples, Hook astt Eye. Diatt aad Picture Hooks, Curtain Hooks, HmJw aad Stfflea. nuttsi Iron, Fast and Loots, Catt tad Wrtttfit, .'row 1 to fH beb, a taa. baa Butts and Back Flaps, assorted. foranbo I a II Sash Fasteners and Window Springs. Ilnnillrt CbtM ad Drawer, to hanoa aaa IIItlKOH T and Strap, from 1 to 18 Inch. Kollcrx Hrtf and Iron, asaortad. Ili-ncUrts Wall, Corner, Shelf and Lamp. CnMor TaMe ta) aW, H Ibroaa, tmm ) Waaot XttrKs Copper, Iron ami Tluned, tlntrle aad iloabse potataa. A Large & Varied Assortment of Slide landings Including AFen's nntl Boy's Traits anil Boni Tirt, 1m Pegi ssxi TfiSk f every kind, Shank -Iron, Size Sltckn, ShonHer SiirVa, Kairrs, Jkm. Thompson's Hawaiian Saddle and Sole Leather. TlritllA nnd Nmitllc Ivni-nltiirc- Bridle and ttanwaa Rarkleo of an Jtppanncd; Mrxh-an Onwmmls, Mfiiraa flirt as, WoetWb Mrrspa, RlBtys from )f to SVJ hrenr. Bits ol all Sorts and Khids. Plnwa One of the mott ralraM. of Artvcartorol Inrareiarnt, o4 obib 007 ao with lliote termert " Mota utaral lbn Omataental," ltnrit-Brighl and Hit! Dftcht, Naa. 0, 1 (Ba 1 Cnlof -lVty and In nil ; Ump TOtrk, Pally. CMIk n4 WkHrat, rtra frtmt fMM, Oil and Tnrprnttfr. AklrnAtsettea, nff fbtoM aaa t'lnntftiloio HENRY RIFLES, CARBINES and CARTRIDGES. SplkvuMilp, PHIn and Ktlrtnltrd. nil ana VVrnocM T ot to.. rV,na M to M naotajlta MtAtl WrtbltCtli-Oaltablfwl td Pltin, M'in Wwain Jlnr -rf nr A Pine AoBortment of Brushes of All Kinds. ii-wi, diets, ra-iiiis i1 cod m Carpenter's Too list. A LARQE AS30IITMENT OP KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL LAKTIKN KEROSENE OIL TO ARRIVE PER SYREN FROM BOSTON I Our Stock i ir-plenisiioil by every CnHfonik 9teKwr tmA abM hf fy Sailing VumuI Tnim Kttropo ami the Unltwl "Htnt. Evory Effort Mado to Qlvo Satisfaction 1 0all finci IDxnmixio !