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TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1882.
TEE SUKDAY LAW,
Notice has liucn given in Uio As
century of a bill to amend the exist
ing law in respect to violation of tlio
Sabbath. It is not as yet before
the House- for action, luit 1ms been
prepared and -will lc presenter! at an
early day. We understand it pro
poses to sliiko out, in Section 2 of
Chapter 35 of tlic Penal Code, tlio
taboo on " amusements and recrea
tion," so that no ono shall he liable
to a fine for being u present at any
dancing, public amusoment, show or
entcitaimnent, or taking pait in any
game, sport or play on the Lord'bj
day." Tlio interdiction win men no
only on "all woildly business,"
keeping open a shop, storc.jwarcnouso
or woikshop for business purposes
and excepting works of necessity
and charity. The idea is apparently
to allow the same license on Sunday
as is seen in New Orleans, St.
T-nnin. San Francisco, and sonic
other cities of the American Union,
and in aomo countiies of Europe;
so that thcalics niny bo opened,
balls and concerts bo given and
probably horse-racing be cariicd on,
just as legally on Sunday as on a
Recently we observed an item in
'the papers about "Sunday in St.
Louis," in which it -was stated that
by actual count on tho last Sunday
iu April, while there were 24,277
persons who attended the Protestant
Churches, 20,2 12 were in tho parks,
beer gardens, and other not very
religious places, and more than
C00O of these witnessed ball games.
The fourth of tho soiies of Free
Orsnn Recitals will be given thisll
evening at the Episcopal Church by
Mr. Wray Taylor, assisted by Mndlc,
1'onti, Mr. D. McCartney, and Mr.
C. R. Scarborough.
The Band will give a concert this
ccning at 7.30 o'clock at the Haw
aiian Hotel in honor of tho birthday
of Her Majesty Queen Victoria.
Progiainmc can bo had at the pub
lishing olllcc of the Daily Bulletin.
The accident occurred yesterday
afternoon, on Punchbowl street,
through a horse attached to a buggy
taking flight, and throwing the
occupant (Mrs. Levey, daughter of
the hit' J. II. Coney) violently to
the ground, fortunately without sc
.Tust received ex Furnoss Abbey,
1200 Ooils of Manila
and Sisal Hope, allsUes.
For sale low by
92 2m A. W. Police & Co.
WANTKD Ily n jonng man who In
tlioiuii'dily convcrMiit in English,
FhmicIi. Spanish, loi lugiiuMi, Japanese
iinil Ciiiuio languages, a position as
jSiHik-Kc'iH'i, Clinic or Interpreter.
Apply to J. Yv. Uiui:urM .t Co. c:i lm
TTXION FEIU) OOMl'ANY,
U ilivui, 3l:m.gcr. See ud
ment on other page.
CWCim. GKRT55, No. 80 Fort st.
vi- iiupoi'cr and dealer in Gent's,
jidlo'-' anil Chlldi en's-boots, bhoesand
jVrOTTOIS. The umleiMgned Is now
Xri pitpmed to glelos,.sons in Spanish
or French, and any other foi clgn lan
guage, or illy and t-cioiitlllc.ilJy, with the
in .t u.ihy method to Its peiK'ut Kuow
lebgo, to young ladles at thu Kinder
(i.irtcn School piemit.es, Nuuauii Ac
inic, daily from .1 to 5 p. in,; and to
youinc mull, at the pioinlaes opposite
Quotjii Utuina'b, iiom !) to 10 p.m.
For particulars enquiio therein, 02
I I), A. MaHjucz,rrof, of Languages.
gorrothlag New, 15 cents each, for sale
by J. W. Robertson & Co.
Monday, May 22. By lequcsl oi
tlio Assembly, His Honor the Chief
Justice appeared and ndniinisteicd
the oatli to the Minister of Foioign
Aflhiro and the Attornoy-Gcneial, as
menibers of 'the llouso of Nobles,
Mr. Gibson formnlly resigned his
scat as one of the Rcpiesentntivoa
for Honolulu, and the Secretary was
instructed to notify tlio Inspectors
of Election, according to tlio statute.
Among petitions presented were
two in favor of tho Ten Million Loan
project ; ono against it ; ono to take
off tlio restrictions on liquor, and
ono to keep thorn on ; one that the
Hawaiian language bo no longer
taught in schools ; and several for
roads, artesian wells, &c., &c.
Tho Assembly then adjourned
over for one week, in order to give
Ministers an opportunity to prepare
An Impending Fashion.
Tho Now York Herald has
startled Bocicty with tho announce
ment that " digitated stoekiugs arc
coming into fashion." A digitated
stocking must, of couisc, be one
with five separate receptacles for the
toes, such as the glove has for the
fingers. Who wants digitnted
stockings ? It is all a busy man
can do now to get hia non-digitated
stockings-on right side out. What,
then, will be his vexation and des
pair if ho has to adjust each toe to
its proper place in the new article ?
Supposo tho house should bo on file
and a man had to put digitated
stockings on,! And what good aro
thoy after tho big too nud the little
too and the three nameless little
ones have all been tucked up for tho
day V The shoe or boot would
cocr them aa a mitten would a
glove, and tho world be none the
wiser for one wearing u digitated
stocking, unless the boots and shoes
aro digitated also, lucre may be
Something esthetic in some toes, but
the few glimpses of thoso members
on other people ono gets at tho sea
side during the batliing season prove
J that the majority of toes arc alto-
uethor too fantastic for public ex
hibition. The Christian, at Work prints
this advanced thought editorially:
" Pleasure is a thousand times bet
ter for us than penance, provided it
is innocent. Enjoyment is Christian.
Sackcloth and ashes do not belong
to the Christian dispensation.
Table mid Plo Fruits,
Nice Hi enkfaM: Goods, such as
Candle FiMi, Salmon nud
Mir Pork in Dll. Tins,
Suitadlc for families. For sale by
00 A. S. Oi.KOUOilN & Co.
Wclmsclay, May 24th,
Members aie hereby Informed that
Tickets can now be proem ed from any
of the UMIcers and Committee.
03 lw 11y Ohdkr.
Linon and Cotton Shooting,
Towls and Toweling,
Just received bj'
78 lw A. S. Cleghom & Co.
Californian Mules !
Expected per Lady lnnpson.
Apply to 0, Brewer & Co.
RUBBER STAMPS !
For thebo Island for tho Celebrated
j. w. iiOBKirrsoN & Co.
BROWN & CO., hnpoiters aud
Dealers In Alci, Wlucsuud Spirit1-,
No. 0 Merchant tt., Honolulu, 13
The" Ministerial Policy.
()n the opining of tho Legislative
sseinbly j-cstcrday motnlng, tho
Minister of Foreign Affaits spoke as
,4 By command of the King, I nud
my colleagues take our places hero
as Ministers and ndisers of His
" It will bo our hope that the
choieo of thoSovcicign represents
also tho approval of tlio community
to an extent that may assure us a
reasonable share of tho confidence
of this Assembly.
" Wo shall endeavor to deserve
"Tho welfare of the People, to
promote their health nnd interests,
will be a paramount-consideration in
our policy of Government, and at
the same time we hope to prove
that we will not neglect any interest
pci tabling to the material welfare of
"In our foreign lolntions, wo
shall endeavor to compensate for the
smallncss of our State by active aud
judh'i'iui diploinacy ; and to conti
nui; to Ucbcivu tho friendship of all
" We recognize the great impor
tance of our Treaty of Reciprocity
with the United States, and sliall be
ready to make all duo efforts for its
continuance ; and at the samo time
we will endeavor to prepare the
country for the contingency of its
abrogation. Let us put our house
"We desire nnd aim to promote
administrative rcfoim in all tho
branches of the public service.
" We advocate increased facilities
for the transmission of information,
aud the transportation of people nnd
products, and shall recommend to
you liberal expenditures for postal
service, liighways, harbors, cable
communications, and ocean steam
"Weproposo to call your atten
tion to some features in our labor
laws, which may need emendation.
" We sliall submit for your ap
proval our estimates in an appropri
ation bill, in which we have sought
to apportion the revenue of the King
dom in a judicious and economical
" We sliall recommend a schemo
of immigration to promote tho repo
pulation of this Kingdom with fam
ilies of races whom we may hope
will assimilate with tho chief popu
lation of this Archipelago. Also a
scheme for internal improvements,
which may require the negotiation of
a moderate loan."
ChnileyLuce, of Mendocino coun
ty, says that he has demonstrated
the entire practicability of raising
amber cane in that section, nnd is
certain that the coplc can raise
enough to supply all the syrup their
families will consume, nnd that there
will then be some to spare, while the
cane will go far towaids the keeping
oi sheep and stock in seasons when
feed is short. If Luce is correct iu
his views the industry may result in
breaking tho force of tho sugar re-
finerb' power. In tbe West the
amber cane is proving the best for
ago plant yet tried. tiacrumento
Toilet Soups, Blut Mottled taap,
hist recched. Our lollct soaps are
beautiful anil cheap, limilles would do
well to examine,
till A. S. Clkoiioun Co.
McChesnoy & Githens,
l'ropiietois Honolulu Tannery:
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceries, Provisions
71 Sat etc., etc., cto.
Redwood and Cedar
7Fi:i3T 1.0MI, lur mle In uny quau
ii A&tUft t KOMNSON.
Moscow, May 1st A man named
Kobosipht Bogdauowitch lecently
submitted to the authorities a plan
for tho illumination of the Kremlin
with an electric light. Inquiries were
instituted, nnd it was discovered that
the intention was to blow up the
whole Kremlin during the festivities
attending tho coronation of the Czar.
At the man's residence were found a
number of peasant's caps, the crowns
of which were filled with explosive
nlntcrial. It is supposed that these
caps were intended to be thrown in
to tho air in greeting to tho Czar,
and that on falling to the ground the
contents would explode with tho
effect of bombs. Bogdnnowltch nnd
800 Nihilists have been arrested.
Gs Medium Bread,
ex Calbnrlcu, for sale In
quantities to suit by
00 A. S. Clkoiiorx & Co.
A few choice Family
just received by bark Cartmrlen, lauded
iu good order and for sale at u
Apply Immudiatcly to G. W. Macfarlanc
& Co. -00 3t
Here is a Bargain !
FOR Sale, a now dwelling house,
contains 10 well ventilated
rooms with all conveniences, situate
on an acre of ground on the King
street road, at f alama. 1 miles from
rest office: said premises, contains
good pasturage, water, stable, car
riage house, Ace. The land is leased
for 10 years from .Ian. 1, 188 All
buildings for sale for $2,250, nnd no
rental to pay for ground lease. The
dwelling cost 83000 to build. All
the buildings revort to tho lesseo at
tho expiration of the ground! lease,
and may be removed froTi off tho
premises. Every room is furnished
neatly, aud furniture will he sold on
reasonable terms if dcsitedL Seve
ral good building lots, and leases for
sale throughout Honolulu J E.
Wiseman, Real Estate Broken 88Iw
-CIOR SAMS, 40U or 500 Coral Stones.
Apply to. F. A. Sohakfeh. 65
TiU)li SAIiE, She dcsirablo J6ts oa King
J? st, fenced and ttatcrluld. on., l-'or
particulars address V O Box 134.. 50
"POR SALE,, a stylish Carriage Horse
JL drives double or single, perfectly
and Top Uujjgy.
(J. O. UKROKll.
TjIOR SALE, ono new Scow, capable of
J- holding 10 tons, built by G. Kmmes,
and now in good order. For further par
iicnuus appiy 10 xnr.o. u juavies &. vo.
FOR Sale, 1 Square 7oct. Piano,
Chickering manufacture, for
sale at once, $150, has been in use
about 2 years nnd cost, when now,
$300. Addiess or apply to J. E.
Wihcman. 93 lw
IjOR SALE, a two-seated wagon
witli pole and thafts, and a
double harness, nearly now, price
8150. May bo seen in rear of No.
20 School st. W. G. Needham. 72
rpOLET, A cellar, 10x40 ft, sultablo
JL for storing purposes Enquire at
1 Stein's Carriage shop. 70 lw
TO LET, A room In a pleasantly situ
ated locality. Ten minutes walk
f i om the Post olllcc. Apply to
05 J. AV. ltOHKItTSON & Co.
LET, a Houbo and Lot on
Nimnnii sttcct, a short dUtnnce
above the llrst bridge Apply to.
J. Vv. RoiiKirrsox & Co,
LOST, A Black Setter Dog, any one
knowing his whereabouts will
please leave'word with Hkniiy Watku
iiousk. 01 v.t
LOST or Stolen, a small Yellow Dog,
answers to tho name of "Skip."
Had on a black leather collar with tag.
Arewaid will bo paid for Ids return to
182 Nuuumi Street. (CI
LOST A pair of gold-bowed Spec
tacles, leather cusu ocn at end.
The ftiuler will be rowarded bv leuing
them at tlio htoio of A. W. l'eirce & Co.
I' M. CnuL.'.
(snc-i-XMirs to Lcwi'i H Dlckxnn.t
Importers nnd Dialers in J,umlir and idl
Linda of llmldlnpr Materials. Fort street,
on tho ninuka side of Bcretania St.,
(No. 125) adjoining Mr. Way's pre
mises, nnd having a front of
I OO ft. x 300 ft.
dopth; together with n
having room for 2 carriages and
horses. "Water is laid on all uver tho
lot. Apply to
93 J. W. Itobortson & Co.
Estate of James S. Lemon,
Of Keal Estate.
BY VIRTUE of an Order of Sale
granted on tho Gth day of May,
1882, by the Hon. L. McCully, 1st
Associate .Tustico of the Supreme
Court, Bitting as Judge in Probate,
the undersigned, Administrator of
the Estate of the late Jas. S. Lemon,
will sell at Public Auction, at Sales.
Room of E. P. Adams, on
Saturday, 27th May,
1882, at 12 o'clock noon, alltho fol
lowing described premises : '
No. 1 House Lot and premises,
situated on Nuuanu Avenue.
Ifo 2 Eight Lots on Bcretania
street, situate immediately op
posite tho late residence of Jas.
S. Lemon, collect "Ubilnni,''"
and described in Government,
Survey aa Lots: No. 238, 239,
240, 241, &i2, and Lots No.
230, 233, ami 2Mt an. area each,
IVo 3 The? House- Loft and pre
mises known as "Ululani the
late homestead of James S Le
mon. Title Grant No. 500..
Nou 4 One lot immediately adjoin
ing the same with a frontage on
Bcretania street, and' running
back to Kinnu: street part of
Grant No. 500.
No. 5 One lot jouiing the abovo,.
toward Honolulu.;, also part of;
Grant No. 500.
No 6 Ono lot joining the above
toward Honolulu, and fully
shown on Government map, be
also part of the Land Grant No.
500 nndjioynl Patent.
No. 7 One lot immediately in the
rear of TJlulnni, with stone wall
aud picket fenco, title R.P. G035.
No. 8 One lot immediately above
the above lots, being No. 2 in
Royal Patent 8139.
No. 9 Lot No. 1 included in R.P.
No. 10 One lot on Wnikiki road,,
just beyond the Long Branch
No. 11 One lot on Wnikiki Rond
just Beyond the Long Branch'
Baths, including an area of 25
100 of nu acre, being Apana 1
of Kulenna 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 Kapiolani Park, No. 184, be- ,
iug 27 ycare from 18th July
1878, rent pnidup in full ; part
ly fenced ; being assignment of
lease granted to Jas. S. Lemon.
No. 14 Ono lot situate at Ulupala
kua, Maui, . being 48 acres, and
being the same convoyed to Jas.
S. Lemon by the lat II. Hol
stein and wif o, by deed dated.
8th August, 1877.
Title deeds at expense of purchas-
niiins ami nlnns con be seen at.
Sales Room of E. P. Adams, and
any information desired can be haul
on application to
II. It. "UlAarAiaJMB,
Adm'trator Estate J. S. Lemon.
Terms at Sale. 86
G11EAT Bargain For Sale The.
premises lately occupied ,by G.
C. Ueckhiy, on j'ililui street; also
tho adjoining property with dwol
iug house on same. These places
are favorably bituuted and but a.
bhort distnneo from town. For fur
ther put titulars apply to George C.
T7V1R PALE that very