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LEGISLATURE AND PRIVY COUNCIL.
Expeneof LrcMature, lfvSO .
Secretary lriv Council..... .....; ,
Ineldentals PrTvy Council .
Traveling Exucnso of tlo
Salary of Circuit Judjjcss 3rd Judicial Circuit.
Salary Circuit Judce of Kauai ....... ..
Salarv of Poliee Justice of Honolulu
SaUrv f Police J of Hilo
r? of Tlt4..:.. T..Ia Walalua, Oahu
Salary of District Judge, Koolauloa, Oahu
(If there is only one Judge for the two above named district
of Waia'lua and Koolauloa, then $900.)
Salarv of DMrict Judge, Koolnupoko, Oahu
Salary of District Judge, Hanalei, Kauai
Salary of District Judge, Kawaihau, Kauai .
Salarv of District Judge, Lihue, Kauai .....
Salary of District Judge, Koloa, Kauai
Rlrr rf Titnrt Jude. Walmca. Kauai
North Kona .
aSti in Ha cestrfrxrisde to
" 20 ' 300 00
Salarv ol Chief Jurticc and Chancellor. $12,000 00
Ssrlnrv oi Hr,t 10,000 00
SalurV of Second Associate- . 10,000 00
Salarv of Clerk Supreme Court ... .. 6,000 00
Salery of Clerk and Librarinn 3,800 00
Salarv of Intepreter Supreme and Police Courts 3,000 00
Satan of Circuit Judpe, 2nd Judicial Circuit 4,000 00
Salarv of Poliee Justice of Laliaina 1,600 00
Salarv of Police Justice of Waliuku 2,000 x)
Sahirv of District Jude, North Hilo MO 00
Sarv of District Judce, I'una, Hawaii . S00 00
?fcirv of District Judire. Kau. Hawaii 1.000 00
Salary of Judge, North Kona, Hawaii.. GOO 00
Salary of District Judge, South Kona, Hawaii.
(If there i- only one judge for the two above named dis
trictn of North" and South Kona, then $1,000.)
Salary of District Judge, North Kohala, Hawaii
Salary of Judge, South Kohala, Hawaii fcoo 00
Salary of District Judge. Hamakua. Hawaii 800 00
Daike of salary of ditto flue and unpaid on last biennial
fiscal period...... . ....... .........-. 300 00
Salary ot DiMrict Judge, Houuaula, Maui 600 00
SaUrv of District Judge, Maknwao, Maui 1,000 00
Salary of District Judge, liana and Kaupo, Maui 800 00
Salary of Dl'trict Judge, Island of Lanal. COO 00
Salon- ot District Judge, Molokai 800 00
Traveling expenses of ditto 50 00
Gakn. a.' niitrirt Jniv. Kwn and Wnlanap. Onlin Kfm nn
Salarv of Clerk 2nd Judicial Circuit. 400 00 ' ??"S Tags
Salary of First Clerk 3rd Judicial Circuit....,
Salary of Second Clerk 3rd Judicial Circuit 300 00
Balance of salary of ditto due and unpaid on lat biennial
fiscal - - 37 50
Kalarv of Clerk 4th Judicial Circuit 300 (X)
,- 4 A..1..W W UV
Ivxpenscsoi supreme uoun...... z,uu w To Waahila 3 00
Bxnenc of witnesses in criminal cases In the Supreme and
Circuit Courts, to be allowed by the presldiug Judge at
300 00 Subsidy to Foreign Steam lines
Expenses of 2nd Judicial Circuit 1,800 00
Expenses of 3rd Judicial Circuit 1,800 00
Expenses of 4th Judicial Circuit. 800 00
Purchase of Law Books. .. 600 00
Stationery and Incidentals for all the Courts, inclusive of
printing and postage-.......- 1,200 00
Translating, printing and binding the Hawaiian Reports.... 3,000 00
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
Salary of Minister
euusiuy to China juerenants' ."ileum navigation i;o's line...
ItKTUlSN OK UOUUIiB TAXKS, VIZ : .
To Makini $5 00
To Kekio S 00
To Kconi Pamawaho. otherwise Keoni Kapela
To Makeokeo 5
. 5,000 00 Salary of Clerk of Sheriff of Hawaii 1,200 00
Office expense. Foreign Agents.. : 3,100 00 Salary of Clerk of Sheriff of Maui- 1,200 00
ami incidental" - ::,uuu uu , .uawaii s,wu uu
Wnflnsps of Forelzn Mission 6.000 00 , Police of Maui 18.000 00
Salary f Minister Resident at Washington. 10,000 00 Police of Oahu 70,000 00
Ttnllef and return of indigent Hawailans from abroad.
.. I,oU0 m rollce ot Kauai..,
Salary of 600 00
Salary of Copying Clerk - 600 00
Purehase ot jecirauon . .. i,aw w
Staeation of Hawaiian Youths in foreign countries, to lie
expended in the actual education of the youths, and not
for traveling andricht seeing .'. 15,000 00
Safe for Foreign Office Department 500 00
Band, Fines SalutetandTncidentals...
Aid to Volunteer Military Companies..
Salary of Minister
Salary of Clerks
Kalarv of Governor of Oaliu............
Salarv of Governor of Maui.
... 13,400 00
... 3,600 00
Salary or Governor of Kauai 3,600 00
Salary of Governess of Hawaii 3,600 00
Salarv of Clerk, Governor of Oahu ............... .......... 800 00
Salary of Clerk, Governor of Maul 1,000 00
Salary of Clerk. Governor of Kauai 1,000 00
Salary of Clerk, Governess of Hawaii 1,000 00
Salary of Jailor of Oahu Prison 3,600 00
Salary of Water Sunerintendent and Clerk of Market- 3,000 00
Market at I.ahalna i 2,000 00
Market at Waliuku - 2.000 00
Market at HUo .'. - 2,000 00
Salary of Road Supervisor of Kona, Oahu 2,400 00
Salary of Sunerintendent of Public Works 6,000 00
Salary of Clerk to Superintendent of Water Works and
CJerk of Market - 2,000 0J
Salarv of Postmaster General.... 5,000 00
Salary of Clerks Post Office. 10,000 00
Pay of Postmasters.. - .. . 5,000 00
PaVof Mall Carriers 15,100 00
Incidentals to Post Office - 5,000 00
Telephone Station - . 1,300 00
Pay of Road Supervisors ,. 8,000 00
ray Keeper of Royal Mausoleum GOO 00
Expenses of Royal Mausoleum.-. .........-. 250 00
Pay of Keeper of Lunalilo Mausoleum 400 00
Balance due Keeper of Lunalilo's Tomb 133 00
Pay of Janitor Aliiolani Hale and Messengers Interior Department?.
....... ... .....
Incidental Interior Department ........ .
Copying Records Laud Commission to entirely complete
Parchaso of Road Stock. .... ... . ... .
roads .vxd bkidqea throughout the kingdom, :
Other Districts ..
Lahaina and Waliuku.
Kawaihae to Hamakua.
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Hawaiian Gazette Suppleme nt, Wednesday, Aug. 4, 188q.
MiKixG Specific ArrROFiitATioss for the use of the
agSTDOBLVG THE Two YeRS T7MICH WILL END WITH THE 31ST
bat of March, is the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred
Be it EmKled by the King and the Legislative Assembly of the
Uawiinn Islands in tlte Legislature of the Kingdom
Sccnox 1. The following sums, amounting to Two Million
One Hundred and Ninety-Six Thousand and Six Dollars and
Seventy-Five Cents, are hereby appropriated out of any
money in the Treasury for the service of the Biennial Fiscal
Period, commencing with. April 1st, 1880, and ending with
3Lirch 31st, 18S2.
His Majesty's Privy Purse and Iloyal State. S4o,000 00
Her MajertV the Queen. .. 10,00 00
Her Royal Hlphne the Heir Presumptive 10,000 00
Her Roval Highness the Princess Likelike, provided she re-
fiens the office of Govemes of Hawaii . 8,000 00
His Majetvs Chamberlain and Secretary... . r,000 00
His Mjetv's Household Expenses . 10,000 00
Expenses of His MajtMy', Coronation 10,000 00
Her Queen Emnm.... ......... ......... ........ .
His Exccllcncv P. Kanoa...
Mothuela Maliuka..... ..... ....... .......................
.- 2,400 00
Molokai - 5,000 00
Lanai 2,000 00
Kauai .'. 15,000 00
Contingent - - '11,000 00
: 175,000 00
Tjper Settlement 85,000 00
For the pure of lepers to be paid at the rate of $200 for each
leper cured...... 20,000 00
Medical Superintendent Leper Settlement, for services rendered
! :. i.ooo oo
Resident Physicians 20,000 00
General Expenses Board of Health 20,000 00
Branch Hospitals. - 40,000 00
Repairs and care of Quarantine Buildings. 2,500 00
Store House at Kahulul , 2,000 00
Insane Asylum, Including repairs 15,000 00
Aid to Queen's Hospital 21,000 00
GovcrnmentSurvey 40.000 00
Government Printing - 3,000 00
Printing and binding index of Kuleanas of the Kingdom 1,000 00
Codifying, printing and binding the laws of the Kingdom
in Engish and Hawaiian 5,000 00
Support of Prisoners 45,000 00
Honolulu Fire Department 15,092 00
Interpreting and translating... - 300 00
Expenses of Bureau of Water Works 4,000 00
Repairs of and addition to Water "Works 64,000 00
Repairs and running expenses of tug Pele 15,000 00
Anchors, buoys and landings . - 18,000 00
Landing at Knwola, Hamakua, Hawaii 3,000 .00
Dredging Honolulu Harbor 5,000 00
Repairs of wharves, Honolulu - 15,000 00
Repairs and running expenses of the several lighthouses. . 7,500 00
New lighthouse west of Molokai 2,500 00
New lighthouse Barber's point 2,500 00
Repairs of, and new Government Buildings 34,000 00
Completion of, and furnishing new Palace 80,000 00
Pedestal and incidentals for iCaraehameha Statue and railing
round the same '...- 2,000 00
Encouragement of Immigration 100,000 00
Cutting down and making road over Nuuanu Pali 30,000 00
Marine railway for Honolulu 100,000 00
Artesian well boring 10,000 00
Improvement of Kapiolanl Park 5,000 00
Improvement of Thomas Square 2,500 00
Government Llhrarv. - 500 00
Rent of lot in front of Aliiolani Hale to March 31st, lbSi 200 00
Rent of Aienul .....". 720 00
Back rent of Kohololoa Pound .. G50 00
Rent Kohololoa Pound two years to March 31st 18S2 400 00
Expenses under Act for riling Certificates of Boundaries in
the Interior office 200 00
Expenses of election 500 00
Erection of Laundries to be leased under the Board of Health 7,500 00
Road tax to be expended in the District where collected, estimated
1 233 1)20 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
Salary of Minister $12,000 00
P.alarv of Registrar of Public Accounts 0,000 00
Salarv of Collector General 7,000 00
Salary of Deputy Collector. 4,000 00
Salary of Statistical Clerk 3,000 00
Salarv of 2nd Statistical Clerk 2,400 00
Salarv of Surveyor and Guard 3,000 00
1 000 00 Salary of Storekeeper 3,000 00
Salarv of Collector of Kawaihae. 300 00
Salarv of Collector of Kahulul 2,000 00
Salary of Port Surveyor and Guard for Kahului...- 1,600 00
Salary of Collector of Kcalakekua 100 00
Salary of Collector of Koloa 200 00
Salary of keeper of Steamer Warehouse 1,200 0d
Salary of keeper of Kerosene Warehouse 480 00
Salary of Messenger GOO 00
Incidentals of Custom House - 2,500 00
Custom Hou-e Boat 1,000 00
Pay of Tax Assessors 20.000 00
600 00 i Pay of Tn Collectors 18,000 00
'ay oi lax Appeal uoaru i,wu wi
National Debt falling due .. 89,700 00
Interest on National Debt 78,000 00
Fund (estimated Receipts) .: 12,000 00
Incidentals of Finance Department 2,000 00
Printing and supplying of Certificates of Deposit. 1,500 00
Stamps and Dies 1,000 00
Safe for Finance Department 2,250 00
To D. Keaweamahi, balance of salary while teacher at the
DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY GENERAL.
Salary of Attorney General
Salary of Clerk of Attorney General.
Salarv of Marshal ".
Salarv of Sheriff of Hawaii
Salary of Sheriti'of Maui
i to ne caa in tne asrret
I Tur nrcT irr rtiriw enns witcd rnpnui c? I
.$12,000 00 I Salary of Sheriff of Kauai 3.000 00
Apprehension of Criminals 2,000 00
Incidentals of Department 2,000 00
Expenses of Coroners' Inquests 600 00
BUREAU OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
Salary of Inspector General $ 5,000 00
Traveling Expenses of ditto 1,000 1)0
Salary of Clerk of Board of Education 5,000 00
Support of Hawaiian and English Schools 45,000 00
Support of Common Srhools 12,000 00
Industrial and Reformatory School-, to include instruction
in instrumental musicnnd of instruments 10,500 00
Building and Repairs of School Houses .-. 5,000 00
Scholarships at Oahu College for native Hawaiian boys only 720 00
Publishing the book "Sanitary Instructions for Hawailans"
for free distribution 3,000 00
National Museum , 500 00
Stationery and Incidentals 700 (X)
Salary of Messenger. COO 00
Civil List $104,000 00
Permanent Settlements 19,600 (X)
Legislature and Privy Council .. 20,800 00
Judiciary Department 9(5,5S7 50
Department ot toreigu Altairs 133,100 00
Department of Interior. 1,233,020 00
Department of Finance. 333,279 25
Department of Attorney General 166,200 00
Bureau of Public Instruction 89,020 00
Section 2. The Minister of Finance shall credit the appropriations
of the last biennial fiscal period all the amounts
appropnarea oy me ct approvea on tne out aay or August,
010, ana remaining unexpenaea on tne aist aay 01
March, A. D. 1S80, not otherwise re-appropriated, and such
amounts shall be deemed no longer available for the objects
for which they were originally appropriated.
Section 3. The Minister of Finance shall continue to pay
the salaries appropriated by this Act, the compensation of
soldiers and constables, the compensation of school teachers
and the current expenses of the Bureau of Education, the
Board of Health, the expenses of the Fire Department, of the
Supreme and Circuit Courts, Government Stocks and the interest
accruing thereon, the support of prisoners and the expenses
of the leper settlements, until the 30th day of June,
A. D. 18S2, unless new appropriations are made before that
Section 4. The Minister of Finance shall not cause or allow-to
be paid from the Treasury any money for objects not provided
by this lnw.
Section 5. It shall be lawful for Heads of Departments, in
cases where special appropriations may fall short, to apply to
the same the surplus of other special appropriations in the
same Department not required to d expended, so as to make
up the deficiency; each Head of Department duly accounting
to the "Legislature for such transfer.
Section 6. No person holding more
than one office for which salaries are
provided shall bo authorized to draw
for more than the salary of the highest
grade of office held by him, if the
salary of any office held by him shall
amount to two thousaud dollars or
more per annum, and he shall be entitled
to no other or further compensation.
Sectios 7. This Act shall take effect
from and after the date of its approval.
Approved this 30th day of July,
A. D. 1880. KALAE.AUA E.
Day, Fmt, Jit 23, 18S0.
Mr. Aholo mored to reconsider tho bill to regulate
the sale of liqnor. Carried.
The Special Committee to whom was referred
the gambling bill, reported favorably, and recommended
its passage. Adopted.
Resolutions and Bills.
Mr. G. N. Wilcox read a resolution that tho bill
relating to the sharing of fines by the prosecuting
witness bo taken from the table. Carried.
Mr. 'Wilcox read a resolution that the Keport ot
the Finance Committee be taken from the table,
and be set as the special order for to-morrow.
Tho bdl not to pay any officers of tho government
who absent themselves from the kingdom
was then taken up, and indefinitely postponed.
Oedeb or Tnz Dat.
The bill abolishing tho Minister of AVar and
NaT)" was then read a second time and passed.
The House took a recess at 12 in., and on
at 1 p. m. the item for the increased expenses
of the Legislative assembly of 1SS0 to $3),UX) was
then moved arid passed.
Mr. Nahakn moved to throw out the item for a
Marine Itailway. Lost,
Mr. Aholo moved to increase the permanent set-settlement
of Her Majesty Queen Dowager Emma
to $16,000. Carried.
Mr. Lilikalani moved to increase the pay of
Queen Kapiolani to $10,000. Carried.
Hi. Aholo moved to reconsider tho item for Bub-Billy
to foreign line of steamers. Lost.
Mr. Wilcox moved to insert ?lo,000 for buying
a vacht revenue, tag. Lost.
'The bill relating to the sharing of fines with the
prosecuting witness was then read a second time
and passed to engrossment, to be read a third time
on Wednesday next.
The bill to regulate the sale of liquor was then
read and on motion it was set as a special order
for Monday next.
The bill to abolish the tax on animals was then
read a second time and returned.
The bill relating to corporations established
abroad or in this kingdom was then read a second
time and on motion passed to engrossment, to be
read a third time on Wednesday next.
The bill to regulate the pilots' fees for the ports
of Kahului and Hilo was then read a second time
and passed to engrossment, to be read a third time
on Wednesday next.
The bill relating to wills of deceased persons
was read a second time, and passed to engrossment,
to be read a third time on Thursday next.
The bill relating to laundries was read a second
time and passed to engrossment, to bo read a third
time on Thursday next,
The bill to issue royal patents for lands transferred
for school purposes was read a second time
and passed to engrossment, to be read a third time
on Thursday next.
The bill relating to lepers was read a second
time and indefinitely postponed.
Dat, Jdxt 24, 18S0.
Mr. Kakina moved to reconsider tho item for
Kapiolani Park. Carried.
Mr. Knpahn moved to reconder the bill to abolish
the Minister of War and Navy. Carried.
On suspension of the rules tho Minister of Interior
read a petition from Kalawao, lteferred to a
Special Committee consisting of Messrs Ithodes,
Pilipo and Hanuna.
Kesolctioks and Bills.
Mr. Aholo gave notice of a bill twregnlato the
sale of opium in this kingdom. On suspension of
the rules the bill was read for the first time, and
on further suspension of the rules the bill was
read a second time and passed to engrossment to
be read a third time on Friday next.
' Mr. Kapahu moved to bring in as a special order
for to-day the bill abolishing the Minister of War
Obdeb or the Dat.
Tho bill was then read and passed to engrossment
to be read third time on 1 riday.
The bill allowing Chinese doctors to practice in
thi3 kingdom was read a second time and referred
to a Special Coinmittee consisting of Messrs.
Minister of Interior, Cleghorn and Kaai.
The bill relating to companies established in
this kingdom or abroad was then read and passed
to engrossment to be read a third time on Friday
Mr. Aholo moved to reconsider the item for Kapiolani
On suspension of the rules Mr. Aholo read a
resolution to the effect that tho bill allowinc the
natives to drink liquor which was parsed and had
been bent to the King for signature, be brought up
again ior xurwer coosiaurauuu.
The chair ruled that the resolution wa3outof
Mr. Aholo appealed from thernungof the Chair.
The ayes and noes were taken and the Chair's
ruling was not sustained. Adjourned.
Dat, Jult LG, 1830.
Mr. S. W. Kaai presented a petition from South
Kona asking that Mr. A. P. Waha bo appointed a
doctor for North and South Kona. and that his
pay be $300 a year. Itef erred to the Minister of
The majority of Special Committee to whom was
referred tho bill to amend Chapter 5.1 of the Ses-"
sion Laws of ltiTG reported that tho bill be indefinitely
postponed. Laid on table to be considered
with tho minority report.
Sir. Nahakn moved that this report be printed
and bo delivered to each member. Carried.
Resolutions and Bills.
Mr. Hanuna read a resolution that the House
have no confidence in the memorial siimed bv the
merchants, and published in tne newspapers ot
The House'.went into a lengthy discussion on the
At 12 m. the House took a recess, and on re-assembling
at 1 p. m. the resolution was passed, with
amendments, to engrossment, and to be sent to the
The House adjourned.
Dat, Tcesdat, .Tolt 27.
Mr. Gibson read a resolution asking the Minister
of Finance whether he ever received a communication
from any one asking the privileges of water,
wharfage and lights for any foreign lines of
His Ex. S. G. Wilder replied that the privileges
were given to the party who asked for the same.
Mr. Kalua moved to reconsider the resolution
brought in yesterday relating to the memorial
signed by the merchants. Carried.
AUQ D auunmung u imuigier ui nar sua
K.iw was then read a third time and nassed.
xne om to regulate b saie oi tne staus ox me
market was then read a second time, and referred
to a special committee consisting of Messrs.
Moanauli, Lilikalani, Wilder and Hanuna.
The House took a recess at 12 m., and on re-as
sembling at 1 p. m., Mr. Kalua moved to postpone
the consideration of the liquor bill till Thursday
His x. J. AL. ipena moved to consider tne
Appropriation Bill on it3 third reading. The
House waited for tho English version for half an
hoar and then the item for Kapiolani Park was inserted
for $5,000 and passed.
Mr. Aholo moved to raise the salary of ths Minister
of Interior to $12,000. Passed. The salaries
of the rest of the Ministers were also raised to
Mr. Aholo moved to raise the salary of H. It. H.
Likelike to $8,000. Lost.
Mr. Aholo also moved to insert in the Appropriation
Bill the sum of $21,030 for theChina Line.
Seven iieiu Dat, Wedsesdat, Jult 28.
The Special Committee to whom was referred
the bill allowing Chine doctors to practice among
their own countrymen, reported favorably, and
recommend its passage to include the practice
among other nationalities. Laid on the table to
be considered witn tno mil.
Tb.3 Ministsr of Interior informed the House
that His Mje3t; declined to tigo tho liqnor bill.
TITLES to suit.
Mr. Wilcox read a resolution that thescliool
agent at Makawao be removed from his office as
such, and that Mr. Beckley be appointed in his
Mr. S. W. Kaai read a resolution that $300 be inserted
for a lock-up at South Kona. Laid on the
Mr. Keau gave notice of a bill to supply the
runners and soldiers with provisions by tenders,
5 'he lowest bid should have it Passed under the
Ossxa or the Dat.
On the third reading of tho Appropriation Bill
Mr. Kalua moved to ins rt $24,000 for a China line
of steamers. Passed after a long discussion.
Ayrs: Messrs. lilikalani, Baker, Keau. Kalama,
Kahuln. Kaanaana, Aholo, Gibson, N&haku, Kalua,
K. W. Wilcox, Glendon, HamavWahine.
Kapahu, Mahoc. Kuapnn, Kakina, Knpihea,
Bush, Kahanu, Martin, and K. Kaai. Xots:
Dommis.Kanoa, Cleghorn, Castle, Kapena. Wilder,
Preston, Ithodes, Smith, Judd, Kanlukou, Nawahi,
Woods, S. W. Kaai, Pilipo and G. W. Wilcox.
Mr. Kalua moved to raise the salary of H. It. H.
Likelike to $3,000. Passed.
air. xianuna moved to insert ?wu for the keeper
rtf T.nnfiltTn'a Inml, Dssl
Mr. Kuapuu moved to raise the salary ol the
Marshal to 3,000. Lost
Tho Minister of Foreign Affairs moved to insert
$3,000 for a doctor at Kalawao. Lost
Mr. Lilikalani moved to raise tho salary of the
Chief Justice to $ 15,000. Lost.
Mr. Kalama moved to strike out the $226 for
Mr. Hanuna moved to the Appropriation
Bill and to be read a third timo on Friday
Dat, TncnsnAi, Jult 23.
Osdxb or the Dat.
On suspension of the rules the minority of the
Special Committee to whom was referred the petition
from the lepers at Kalawao, reported that the
petition was not a genuine one, nnd reoommended
that tho appointment of a doctor should rest
with tho Board of Health. Laid on the table to
be considered with the majority report
The minority of the Special Committee to whom
was referred the ten million loan bill, reported
favorably to tho passage of the same. Laid on
the table to be considered with the majority report.
The bill to regulate the sale of liquor was then
considered, section by section, and passed with
some amendments, to be engrossed on its third
reading on Thursday next
SADDLES HARNESS MAKER
XO. 83 1UXG ST., IIOKOLULU.
IN nrrriiRNiNU thanks ton the kixd
patroniKC which I have received for rainy yean, I
wish to stale that 1 have on hand, or aoi ready to make
DOUBLE UP. SINGLE HARNESS
Of the Sett Material and Workmanship.
All made of the bent Stock; no Conilct Work or
My Sydney Saddles
WIIX BEAR INSPECTION I
Tree aail Spring li.irs. All Saddles
will be re-toned if required, eix months after purchase,
A FULL ASSORTMENT OK
Whips, Sridlei, Ifartingalei, Saddle Bags, Spurs,
Bits, Saddle Trees, Stirrupi,Olrthi. &e.
7K)ly PETER DALTQX;
REDUCTION IN PRICES
T$3ESTSr:'& Wlh: A3R.
StJT 1-0 RT all hb (lavas Direct
frnm New York.'Lcndnn ami 1'arla
"fleeting all the Newest Htylra. the
Choicest rullerus and the floctt
THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE
1TEX MUST FEEL AN
iXX wdrtlUon&l pleasure on I'cinc
Large Assortment of Klr?ant
tloods. l'erfectly New, nd War
ranted to be tLe Fiutst rroduct or
KI.I4 KNOW THAT A
perfect knowledsnof cnttinx
not only Futures (irinents Mauldefl
to the Form, but Immense economy
ANOTIIEIl I'KOVIT SAVED.
ENCK a nuycr, Cutter n4
Fitter, hundreds of the inhahlMnti
of three JnLarwlg, In rverv grade of
noddy are willing to testify.
ttbeixo oxr, or the
LP most coiinlderable Items of a
mairsexptpdttarr.il behoove Lira
to study economy, combined with
dartblllty ami style. In the puachiiae
thereof. SatuUctton guaranteed on
too? three points.
OF KAMI I.IKS
ales! re an opportunity of pnt.
tins thlr lit 3 3 Into a -veil made suit
nf UenulnetT"tcbTred.o durable
that aven boja cannot wear thaw
1 TOLL. LIST IUS JCST
POSSini.E. A MAKE
of GooUattbe Genuine Scotch
jerce. mad ogprcUllr fur the tror
Ileal cllnute cool, strung, all wool
sind unaiTtcivd byaott: or tne real
West of England Haptraiie Cloia
aolhtnrcaa beat these voodf.
(CALL AND SEETIXEU.
New Uuoat, aacn u Bedford
Cords, Scotch Tweeds, Screes, Dta?.
onU. Bora buttings, Trowserfngs.
Vestloes. Uoatlnn. llrosdcloths, ic
wilt be disposed nr runr TWrty per
cent cheaper tbsn ever before ol
SUITS MADE TO
Order, neotch Tweed, war.
ranted All Wool, J JO 00.
Tfae onLrCerapaar that Iasaea
Tailor and Oalfltter,
Fort Bt. Honolulu.
a 1,1. PERSOSS ABE WARSEB jnint
t. shoot In; or cstchln; wild cattle or horses on the
known as Easnakuea. Makahanaloa, and
epc '.ri, IsUad of IIeriii, district or
5a C. AfOSG.
NEW YORK AND ENGLAND
T.F. WHIT0N, CITY OF MADEID
AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Dlrtct bj nil from New York to Sn Kranclnco.
Sought previous ta ltta airaacM ia prieit, and
for i&Ia at Bottom fiatas for Cia.
A FINE ASSORTMENT
LAMPS & GHANDIUERS.
Lamp Good In eTrryTsrlely.
Krnwrnc Oils Downer" and Palace.
Kcmene Oil Stores,
Ilnbbnck'a ralntu and Oil,
llontr and Carting I'alnta and Drnihcs,
Turpentine, Varnlthea, Glue.
AverilPs Chemical Paint,
Lnhricatlnc Oils and Compound!.
Albany Lubricating Compound and Cupi;
Albnnr Cylinder Oil,
.Lard Oil, Castor Oil, Ac, Ac.
A very Complete Assortment.
TABLE C U T L E 11 Y
In crcatYorlety direct from tho manufacturers.
Pocket Cntlcrjr, Sclnxortt,
HfacerM, Kaxora and Iloaca.
Tools tor Carpenters, Machinists, Masons,
and other Mechanics.
Reed & Barton's Celebrated;
Silver Plated Ware
Plows, narrows. Spades, lihorels, Oh,
Forks, Itakc, PliMcro' and Garden Hoes,
RICE 1IOKS, Crowbars,
Grindstones and Fixtures,
. Tick Axes, IMck Mattocks.
Bnab and Grass Ucjthes,
Bush ItooVs, nice Hooks, Grass Hooks,
Grub Hoes. Cane Knives, Axes, Hatchets,
Canal llarrowsnith Iron and wooden wheels.
Wheel Barron s. Tubular Barrows.
Ox Chains, Trace Chains, Back Chains, Topsail Ct t ins.
THE IMPROVED STEEL PARIS PLOW
Hj tonic planters eald to be superior to any other low
tver offirtd in this market, and to require less cattle ior
the aarnv amount of work than any other.
CELEBRATED M0LINE PLOWS
In different sizes.
Gang Plows Supplied to Order.
Unltanlaei! Itnilns nuI Iliirfcrti,
Tliwnrc, Hlucbnm BueUl.
A LARGE INVOICE OF GUX CAPS
More Truck. Wooden Whlfilctrees,
Douglass Korea Pumps, Ilsy Cutters,
(Philadelphia Lawu Mowers,
Platform Scales, Swcde Blocks,
Kails, Tacks, .Screw s, Spikes,
Tire, Machine and Carriage Bolts,
Galvanized Wash Boards
llattan Yard Brooms, Door Mats,
An elegant assortment of Vale Tadlocks,
Iiixon'a American Lead Pencils, a full Hue
Galvanized and Painted Barbed Wire
DILLINGHAM & CO.
W3 37 Fort Sftrcet, Honolulu.
Bark T. XT'. "WJhiton,
FROM SEW YORK,
8TEEL BARB WIBE PENCING.
Makes the Best Fence In tbe World; gives absolute
protection to crops against the most nururv cattle.
FOR SALE BY
JAMES H. EANL0N,
- , ..AND , ,,
OPESEB HIS NEW HHP Bit THK
Esplanade, In rear of II. Ilaekfeld & Co.'s. where
be will be happy to meet his friends and the public en
eralljr, and attend ta all sick or lame horses which ruai
be iutnuted to bis care.
HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
t3rSblp or shore work attended to with dis eatebiJ
Cable ani Anthm . j .uiS
, ivo'tbiiv arv it. -
m Mrer af.
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to mi alt
It, Is now
Via of the
Ion to be
, I PbvUc.