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MONDAY, MAY lfi, 1882.
Tho question of a milllcicnt wntcr
supply for the city of Honolulu, was
for a good many yenra one of tlio
most important thai called for tlio
attention of tlio authorities, and it
was one that gave rise to much soli
citmtc, on the recurrence of tlio
sometimes protracted " dry spells "
of the summer season. In these
days, however, when for some occult
reason wo will not say, because the
cow posture " Is tabooed against
cattle: the rains ore plentiful and
evenly distributed throughout the
seasons, and the apprehensions of a
scarcity of water ore no longer felt.
Add to this the fact that a splendidly
flowing artesian well has boon struck
by the Govcrnmont, in a locality that
ensures a supply for the entire lower
part of the city, at least, and pro
perty holders may rest secure on the
Ecorc of an abundant supply of the
necessary element in tho future.
As a result of this successful first
attempt to bore for water within the
limits of the city, we may expect
that others will be undertaken by
private enterprise. We already' hear
of one projected, by Dn. McGkew,
on the premises adjoining the Haw
aiian Hotel. As to tho extent of the
underground storage of water which
has now or may hereafter be tapped
in this neighborhood all is of course
a more matter of conjecture or
theory. But let us remember, that
although the water now gushes forth
so abundantly from the last well, it
may not always continue. We read
of numerous artesian wells in other
countries that have givon out after a
A circumstance came to light the
other day, which forcibly illustrates
. the well-known seeretiveness of 'the
native Hnwaiians about small-pox.
A man from another island had been
making enquiries about his mother,
who had been missing since last
summer, the last trace of her being
lost at tho house of a relative living
jn the valley. After many and fruit
less inquiries, it transpired that she
was known to have sojourned in
various localities, complaining of be
ing sick, but no one appeared to
know of what particular ailment. At
last, she wont to a house at Iwilci,
(below tho prison) where sho died of
Nthe worst kind of small-pox, and was
becretly buried. The old people who
buried her, kept the matter a pro
found secret until now, when they
only reveal it on tho understanding
that there is to be no punishment for
the previous concealment. Thus it
will be apparent that the only proper
.course to have pursued when the
disease became epidemio, was to have
instituted a thorough inspection of
every house in town.
The steamer James Makee leaves
for the circuit of Kauai to-morrow
taking the placo tit tho steamer C. R
Bishop, who will lay up for repairing
during the week. ,
FOUND, a brown mare, which the
owner o:m liavo by paying expenses
and proving ..ownership. Apply at F.
Horn's Candy Manufactory. 88
WANTED a girl who under
stands oporating oii a sowing
maohino run by water power. Apply
rat tho dress and cloak making ostab
lishtnont of Mrs. A. M, Mollis, 104
.run. Hircai. 88 I
QHARLES T. GULICK
' ( Agent to take Acknowledgments to
AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Office, lnMakee's Block, corner Queen
;nnd Kaabomanu streots, Honolulu. 21
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, LEOlULATiyii '
Among petitions presented and
referred on Saturday were the fol
lowing: To repeal tbe'dog tax.
To incrcaso pay of mail carriers.
To increase pay of government
school masters to $2 per diem.
To appropriate $2000 for a bridge
at Ilalawa, Molokai.
That Crown lands bo leased to
native Hnwaiians only.
His Ex. Gov. Dominis reported
tlmt it had pleased His Majesty tho
King to approve of the Constitution
al amendment increasing tho pay of
Representatives to $500 per session.
Mr. Pnlohau's bill to make Satur
day a holiday for plantation hands,
was laid on tho table for future con
sideration. Mr. Kuihclanl proposes to put
$20,000 in the Appropriation Bill to
aid in extending the railroad to Wal
luku, Hamakualoa, &c.
Mr. Aiwohi to insert tlio sum Of
82000 for a Court House in Kohala.
A resolution by Mr. Paula, which'
was adopted, inquires of the Minister
of Interior why tho sum of 830,000
appropriated for tho Pali road was
not expended, and what has become
of the money.
Tho remainder of tho session was
spent in discussing the bill to abolish
peddling licenses, which was eventu
ally referred to tho Judiciary Com
mittee, whereupon -the House ad
journed. It is reported that Capt. Chas. B.
Wilson has been appointed Superin
tendent of Water Works, vice Mr.
G. D. Frceth, resigned.
The Loan Exhibition will bo con
tinued during Monday and Tuesday,
closing on Tuesday evening with n
concert by tho Band.
The brigantlno John D. Sprcckcls
has arrived at Kahulni,
..The schooner Cosslc Hayward
leaves for San Francisco this a. m.
11,914 packages of sugar came to
hand by arrivals during last Satur
day, and 6,291 were brought by ar
The bark Kalakaua will sail for
San Francisco to-morrow afternoon,
or Wednesday morning.
H. EttCKFEtD & CO.
Have just received
Per bktne "Eureka,"
197 bales compressed hay,
160 bags bran,
44 cords oak fire wood(
25 barrels G. G. S. F. flour,
60 coses medium bread,
10 cases soda crackers,
10 cases fanoy crackers,
10 barrels cocoanut oil,
1000 keg shooks, '
40 cases fresh buttor,
30 cases twist tobacco,
10 oases boots and shoes,
5 cases now dry goods,
5 cases denims,
&o., &c, &c.
For sale by
H. HACKFELD & Co.
May 15. 89
Lilikalani Manifesto !
of February', 1882,
Translated by H. L. Sheldon j published
by T. G. Thrum.
Price. : : 28 cents.
May be had at J, W. Robertson & Co's.
The brlgautino J. D. Sprcckcls,
Capt. Friis. arrived here onihe 9th
Inst, from San Francisco with a
full cargo of merchandise and machi
nery valued at $f2,28G,80, and the
following passengers. Dr. E. L.
Neekcr, and family and Mrs. J. S.
Dr. Nccker intends scttlim?' at
Tho brigantlno Hazard. Cant. Mil
ler, Bailed for San Francisco on tho
12th inst, taking CC03 bara sugar.
weighing 907,000 pounds, valued at
858,691,50, and tho following pas-
Buugure.A. rmos nnu wile, j. ttic.
Lean and wifo, and Chas. Peagge.
A very largo and fashionable audi-
enco greeted tho "Tourists" on
Saturday evening at tho Musio Hall.
The company is small, but talented.
Their burlesques., .are extremely
comical; Mehdcn is truly a ( musi
cal wonder," Miss Burton's fine
voice. is well trained: Raronv is
yefsntile nnd elastic; and'Glovernnd
Eugene are thorough actors. They
play again to-night with an entire
. New Muaic Hall.
A BIT I A PALPABLE BIT I A BIT I
First Grand Change of Programme!
To-Wight ! To-Night !
Monday, May 15.
Overture, Tourists (composed by H.
Aieuuenj Messrs Mention and
Tho amusing comedietta, by E.
' Glover, entitled
Mr. Tennis. .'. :. ;?. . . ivEd.' Glovor
Mrs. lennis .Marie Burton
Introducing sonjgs, solos and paro
dies on all the latitat popular airs.
Gilbert Barony's .troubles with tho
Mario Burton's Beautiful Ballads.
She Would bo an Actress I
John M'Cann ) , ,
Variento Gonzalo. . . Ed Glover
Johanna M'Cann fa nromier dan.
seuse) Gilbert Sarony
aiiss v ltzgibbons.The lireat Uugeno
..u muon.ui "U1IUCI, "jf. 1U.I3UW31I,
in his musical melange.
Overture Grand Duchess
Concluding with musical, whim
sical and laughable burlesque
The Grand Duchess:. Great Eugene
Fritz .Gilbert Sarony
Gen. Brown Ed Glover
Prince Paul ,, . , .
Wanda (; -Mario Burton
H. M, S. Pin-a-41
Doors oponut 7:15; performance
at 8 sharp. Prices of admissson, $1,
75 eta and 50 cts. No extra charge
for reserved seats, which can bo se
cured at J. W. Robertson Si Co's.,
and tho Astor House.
Messrs Glover & Unsworth.
TVT ANTED, a situation as Book-keep-
T T or, by a competent man, Address
AZ, J,W Luntng's offlce, Merchant st.
TXTANTED By a young man who Is
thoroughly conversant In English,
French, Spanish, Tortugucsc, Japanese
and Chinese languages, a position as
Book-keeper, Clerk or Interpreter.
Apply to J. W. ltonuiiTEOK A Co. G3 liu
WANTED, three girls, compe
tent to trim anu sew dresses,
at Mrs. A. M. Mollis' Dress, Cloak
and Mantle Making Establishment,
104 Fort street. 74 lw
WANTED a Stonemason, For
particulars apply to II, Hack
feld & Co. 84
jEstato of JomoB S, Lemon,
Of Real Estate.
BY VIRTUE of an Order of Solo
granted on tho Gth day of May,
1882. bv tho Hon. L. McCulIv. 1st
Associuto Justlco of tho Supreme
Court, sitting us Judgo in 'Probate,
the undersismed. Administrator of
the Estate of tho Into Jas. S. Lemon,
will sell ai Public Auction, at Sales
lloom of E. P. Adams, on
Saturday, 27th May,
1882, at 12 o'clock noon, all the fol
lowing described premises:
Nck 1 House Lot and premises,
situated on Nuunnui Avenue.
No. 2 Eight Lots on Beretania
street, situate immediately op
posite the late residence of Jas.
S. Lemon, called "Ululani,"
and described in Government
Survey as Lots No. 238, 239,
240, 241, 242, and Lots No.
230, 233, and 234, an area each
No. 3 The House Lot -and pre
mises known as " Ululani,' the
late homestead of James S. Le
mon. Title Grant No. 500.
No. 4 One lot immediately adjoin
ing the same with a frontage on
Beretania street, and running
back to Kinau street part of
Grant No. 500.
No. 5-One lot joining tho above,
toward Honolulu ; also part of
Grunt No. 500.
No 6 One lot joining the above
toward Honolulu, and fully
shown on Government mnp, be
also part of the Land Grant No.
500 and Eoynl Patent.
No. 7 One lot immediately in the
rear of Ululani, with stone wall
and picket fence, title R.P. 6035.
No. 8One l6t immediately above
the above.- lots, being No. 2 in
Roynl Patent 8139.
No. 9 Lot No. 1 included in B.P.
No. 10 Ono lot on Waikiki road.
just beyond the Long Branch
No. 11 One lot on Waikiki Road,
just beyond tho Long Branch
Baths, including nn area of 25
100 of an acre, being Apaha 1
of Kuleana Helu 5 and R. P.
2419, issued to Kapilimanu.
No. 12 One lot situate near the
road leading to Telegraph, Sta
tion, being Apana 2 of Royal
No. 13 -Balance of Lease of a Lot
in Kapiolanl Park, No. 184, be
ing 27 years from 18th July,
1878, rent paid up in full : tfort-
ly fenced; being assignment of
lease granted to Jos. S. Lemon.
No. 14 One lot situate at Ulupala
kua, Maui, being 48 acres, and
being the same conveyed to Jas.
S. Lemon by the late H. Hol
stein and wife, by deed dated
8th August, 1877.
Title deeds at expense of purchas
er; maps and plans can be seen at
Sales Room of E. P. Adams, and
nny information desired can be had
on application to
II. R. Macfaklane,
Adm'trator Estate J. S. Lemon.
X" Terms at Sale. 86
CHOCOLATE CREAMS I
This delicious and very
nutrituous article of Confectionery
is manufactuted by
J. BOB, Practical Confectioner,
every week, and is warranted to be
strictly puro. For sale at
F, Bon's Iter Ska Cdj ftttoji
ou j. nowji sirccc
GREAT Bargain For Sale Tho
premise. lately ocoupied by G.
C. Beckley, on Lililia street; also
the adjoining property with dwol
ing houso on same. These places
are favorably situated and but a
short distance from town. For fur
ther particulars apply to George C.
Something New, 15 cents each, for sale
by J. W. Eobertson & Co.
W E. ROWELL,.Consulting and
" Constructing Engineer; ofllco,
38 Merchant street. 80 '2m
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FLAGS. FLAGS. FLAGi
WE havo just received a largo
and British Flatrs
in 3,' 5 and 7 yard lengths; also Ha
wminn nnd American Fines, nrintrul
on cloth, from 3 x 5 to 23 x 844n.
Uor sale cheap by
85 J; W. Robertson & Co.
Hon. Nobles and Members l
of the Legislative Assembly!
Arc hereby notified to appear at tho
opening of the Session on Saturday,
April 29th, at the Legislative Hall,
IN PULL .
DRESS COSTUME !
which they will find at tho .
Honolulu Clothing Emporium.
104 Fort Street.
A. M. MELL1S.
Per Steamer "Australia,"
Just received and for sale by
85 lw HENRY MAY & Co.
At Mrs. A. M. Mollis' Cloak and
Mantle Making Department, '
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72,
Linen and Cotton Sheeting1,
Tnblo Damask,' '. .:. ,- r i
Towla. and Toweling; ';'' '
Just received by
78 lw AS. Cleghorn &; Co.
FOB Sale, a new dwelling house,
contains 10 well ventilated
rooms with all conveniences',' situate
on an acre of ground on the King
street road, at Poiama, 1 miles from
Post office; said premises' contains
(rood nasttirArrn. vrninr. nfnhln mr.
nage house, &c. The land is leased
lor iu years irom Jan. 1, 18855. All
buildings for sale for $2,250, and no,
rental to pay for ground lease. Tho
dwelling cost $3000 to build. All
the buildings revert to. tho lessee at
the expiration .of the; ground, lease,
and may bo removed fron off tho
premises. Every room is furnished
neatly,, and furniture will bo sold on
reasonable terms if desired. Seve
ral good building lots and leases for
sale throughout Honolulu. J. E.
WiBoman, Real Estate Broken. 881w
UNION FEED COMPANY, A.W..
Bush, Manager. See advertise
ment on other page. 28
l-CHR. GERTZ, No. 80 Fort st.
Importer and dealer ta Gent's,.
Ladles' and Children's boots, shoes and
OB SALE, 400 or COO Coral Stones
Apply to RjA. Scuaefex. e&
TJ10R SALE, Six desirable lots on King
-- st, fenced and water laid on. For
particulars addrCss P O Box 134. CO
FOU SALE, a stylish Carriage Horse,
drives double or single, perfectly
sound: also Harness and Top Buggy.
09 Apply to O. O. Berokr.
FOR SALE, one new Scow, callable of
holding 10 tons, built by G. E,mmes,
and now In good order. For further par
tlculars apply to Tiiko. H Davies &'co.
' ' 60
TO LET, A room In a pleasantly situ
ated locality. Ten minutes walk
from tho Post ofllco. Apply to
06 J. W. ltOUEKTSOK Co.
TO LET, a House and Lot on
Nuuanu street, a short distance
above tlio first brldgo Apply to
J. w. ItoiiEirrsoN & Co,
TO LET, A cellar, 10x40 ft, sultablo
for ftorlng purposes Enquire at
P Stem's Carriage shop. 70 lw
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