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SA L'UUDAW MAY 20, 18SJ
One. of the mutters of local regula
tion that requites the attention of
he authorities, is that of tho ninn.t.
agcnicnt of vehicles for hlro, cow,-.
moiuVknown as express, wagon.?."
TUcicaio at the present tirao 175,
of these licensed iu Honolulu and,
while- by law their harness equipr
wont, .U is under police, supers
Vision, and the rates of charges and
stands arc- regulated by the Minister
of the Intel ior, there is absolutely
no qualification returned of those
wlm mc to drive them. And so we
see frequently ill-broken and other
wise un (It horses in charge of lneie
boys and native jnen, of no experi
ence, while the h impressible China-,
jjian, who assumes to "sabbeu"
cvoiy thing that has money in it, ip
CAtensiyely taking up the occupa
tion of a hack driver. If thcie is
any one thing more than another
that wo should hesitate about doing,
it would be the trusting otirbelf in u
hack diiven through some of our
narrow, ciowdcd streets by a China
man. Theie arc doubtless, skillful
and caicful Olivers among the 'hack-'
men of this city, but there are a
good many " ou the contrary, quito
rewersc, as Mrs. Gamp would say.
Tills is one of those things that, if
wo had a city government, it would
bo its duty to attend to the cxamiu
ation and licensing of drivers as well
as of vehicles. Is it too much to
expect, that the Honolulu delega
tion in the Assembly will spare
enough of their time from the con
sideration of the Ten Million Loan
and Opium.and Liquor Bills, to de
vote a little attention to the subject
of hack diivers ?
A itAKK oppoitunlty for parties
desiring to invest in real estate, will
bo offered to-day at tho Auction
fales room of Mr. Adams, being
tonio thirteen parcels of deshabtc
property, mostly situated on the
plains East of the city. Bebldes
this, an eligible building lot, large
size, on tho cxtention of Berctania
Street; and the four years lease of
"Ford's Island," at Ewa will be
offeicd. And the Maishal will also
sell, under execution, nearly an acre
of land off Liliha Street. All these
pales are hot for twcl e o'clock, to
day, -See advertisements.
Tho building lot on Beretania st,
will be sold at auction to-day.
WANTED a joung Glr1,tomakeher
helf generally useful in the house
ot a lady on Maul. For particulars, en
quire at the Hawaiian Hotel, lioom No.
10, In the morning buforc U:30. 97
WANTED, a quiet iainlly carriage
horse, suitable for lady to drive,
one which can be trusted for bafety and
tit tin Hiuno time not a lazy beast. Ad
diw 1' O Hox 331 91
WANTED By a young manwfbals
linn (Highly comenunt In English,
f i ni'h, Sjwnihh. i'ortuguef!0 Japanese
unit C'iiiiiL-t.e languneb, a position, as
Donk'Uteppr, Clerk or Interpreter.
Api'lV t J. W. ItOIlKRTSON A CO CI lOl
(I'll) TilTV. "VTr. Bl Pa. ot
ijk Will- ""'"l "" "
W" iiniior'er and dealer In Gent's
i.tuli.' iiidChlUhcn'H boots, shoes and
.11 ...,.-t irx
lii '.v ' " 1
v- r'.nf.'! 'P!in itiwlut .lirnnfl la unur
J.N pupiiied to gho lessons In Spanish
or 1'ivneh, and any other forelKalan
gimw, onilly and seleiitlllcally, with the
int ea-y inetlmd to Its pertect know
lobge, to joimg ludleu at tho Kinder
(iaiton .Sluiol juemit.es, Nuuanu Ave
nue, dully 11 0111 a to 5 p,m,; and to
jouiijj men, at the picmlhcs opposite
Queen Ihnuu'H, from fl to 10 p.iu.
pin- paitlcul iiMnqu(t therein, 93
F. 1), A. .Mni'l'HiPiof. t Jiangiiagcs.
Kmnlov inent. and all nurtiox either
11 Honolulu "f iiiuiiy ui iiiu 4BHIUU3 in
tint Group in want of Kmploycea will
nlcubo nuilie Ihelr wantu kuuwn to tho
anderaiancili wlu will do nil in their
pocr to till Uieir orders.
1'. 0, Jones, jr., J. B. Athtrton, I?. P,
Xllllnghnni, Employment Committee Y.
U, C. A. I
:. ... ri.1.. .' .!'... T.1.....1.. t
Ml,. Knrrou: Tluoughynti lbeg
to thank M 1 C. Jones, jr. for his
couttcsv nd attention, but must say
that full to be convinced by the
declaration, of thu Bc Goo. 15, KUis
(albeit ft keen observer as he pioli
by is) that u niue casqs out of ten
In Court wore- or-are hi ought in on
account of drunkenness. In fact
the assertion is, a mere ad captim
dutn one, not at all born out by
facts, either in Boston,, hero, or any
where elso I readily admit, what
every on must see awl admit, that
drunkenness, ia at the bottom of a
great many of the offenses com
mitted against law and good, order;
but not to, the extent of nine-tenths,
I am. reminded of Talleyrand, a
woman hater, who, when ho heard
of any crime or folly having boon
committed, always enquired, " Who
is she ? ' assuming as a matter of
course that a woman wa9 at the
Iwrttom of it. So it appears with
such prohibitionists as the Bcv. Mr,
Ellis, if any body has got a case in
Cotvrt, it must of course have been
through' drunkenness. Tho gentle
man is evidently an Intcmporato tem
perance man in his talk. As to
Rockwell Comity, Texas. I am glad
to hear that prohibition is a success
there. Other isolated place might
be mentioned which arc similarly
blessed, but they are vastly differ
ent in their surroundings' and all
their circumstances from this Islaud
Kingdom, And this brings mo to
say, with all due respect to Mr.
Jones, that his reply to me is a beg
ging of the question, for therein he
docs not allude once to tho growth
of smuggling and illicit distilling,
which will inevitably ensue upon pio
hibition, and which will give plenty
of employment to all the police wo
now have, and iorc,too. .,-
- 1 i
A reply to " Barloy-Bree," was
received too late for this issue.
Second hand Top Buggy, Open
Buggy, Bicak and Trotting Sulky
for sale, very low, at Phil Stein's,
on Fort street,, above Hotel. 1)9 lw
' New Music Hall.
To-night 1 Tornighm To-nlglitH!
G1VBN BY THE
o&r 1 U U XljUj X u -ao
Programme for this evening:
Medlcv Overture (by H. Mehdon)
Mcssrb. Mclulen and Bercrs
The performance will commence with
the amusing fnj-ec,
Characters.. by Messrs. Sarony, Gloer,
and Miss Button,
Tho Great Eugene,
la Burlesque Ballads, great specialty.
Gilbert. Sarouy's JCxcentrlrs.
Mr If- Mehdeii'8
Beautiful Cornet Solo,, " The old
1'oUcs nt home." by request,)
Tbe Cincinatti Hams
Double- eeccnuio Song and Dance.
Messrs.' Saxony und Glover.
u Alas Those Chimes T
(From Mnrltana) Balfe.
Miss Marie Burton.
Tho cverfuoritc Musical Momus
IntroiIucInK solos on all his favorite
Yiolln Solo, accompanied by II Berger.
Sarony'p amuRlng nnd eccentric
after jilcce :
The French Dancing Master
Mons. Lcpolnt, (l''s great chiuactcr). . .
Mls ltlst. , .The Great Eugene
Other characters by the company.
ItSJ Secure your scats 0 irly j tickets
to bo had at J. W. Itobertson Si Co'fc,
and the Astor lloufo.
I'llcos of mliult-slon 91, TficUnfc 50 c.
Doors open at I'M, to enmmenco at H
itessrs, oinveK unswortn
BaMn -es Managers,
The Baud will giu n concert at
ICnmift Squnic this afternoon, com
nteiicinir at half past four o'clock.
I'olluwiug is the piogrnminc:
Oveiturc In the Italian Stjlo
1'olka Tho Hummhut Bird Selling
Gavotte Our Dai ling .Weiss
Select Ion J.Qhcugrhi , . Wn cucr
p.uico Cumins . .'..... .Brnlim1
Medley Yo Olilcn Tlnies(now)..llcigcr
Tho Baud will given Moonlight
Concert at the Hawaiian Hotel on
Monday cveulng May 2Uth and at
Emma Squaro on Tuesday evening
May 30th, and Thursday ovening
A Chinaman was brought to tho
Queon's Hospital yesterday, pretty
badly used up, being insensible f ram
concussion of the brain and having
snstniuod a very bnd cut across the
knee-pan, sovcring tho muscles and
cords. Tho story is, that there was
a iittto gambling party, and this par-
tloulnr Celestial, on account of some
alight unpleasantness, got off a
verandah in a hurry and had a fall.
Thk Tourists " offer a flue bill
for this ovening at Muslo Hall, and
wo may expect that their farewell
will bo n bumper. Mr. Isidor Ko
ecnorantz raakos his first appcuraucc.
It is expected tliatMi,Hallenbeek
will begin his scries of Union Gospel
Services in Foit Sticot Church Sun
day evening. Jn tho morning Mr.
Chilean will preach.
Bv the steamer City of Now York,
due from Sydney next Moudny week,
is expected to arrive Miss Ada Ward,
a world-renowned actress, who will
give here one of hor popular enter
tainments, consisting of the Commc
dicttn of (( The Happy Pair," and
selections from "Leah the Forsaken, ' '
" Borneo and Juliet," and " As you
In this city, this morning, Jajjk
Buown Kakilkiiua Brickwood, aged
23 jenrs, 8 months and 9 days. The
funeral will take placo to morrow, Sun
day, at 3 p.m., fioin the residence of her
Auction Sales by E.P. Adams
This Dav, Saturday
May 27, at 12 o'clock,
AT Sales Room, I am instructed
to sejl at Auction that piece of
land on the Kulnokahua Plains, nud
known as lot 3-15 on Government
Survey Map, situated on Pensacola
St., having a frontage of 200ft aud
a depth of 300ft,
Containing nearly 1 1-2 acres
With all the buildings and im
provements thereon, consisting of 1
House, 1J stoiies, entiicly new, with
') rooms, well finished and matted.
A Carriage House, Chicken House,
etc, a good fence around the w hole
lot. Tonus: One-half, cash; one
half in 2 years, with inteicstat 10
per cent.,, secured by mortgage.
E.P. Adams, Auctioneer.
This Day, Saturday,
May 27th, at 12 m.,
AT Sales Eoom, I will offer nt
Public Auctlou, tho
LKASE OF THK ISLAND 01?
FQDE'S ISLAND !
lu the Pearl River Lagoon, for
4 Years. This Mand is over 300
acres in extent, is fertilcj and is
surrounded by deep water and fish
cues. B. P. Aiams, Auot r
THIS DAY, SATURDAY,
May 27, 12jm., at Sales Room,
I "WILL Sell at Auction that very
desirable building lot, No. 125
Bcrctuniu street, adjoining the pre
mises of h. "Way, Kwq., containing
an men of about jj of an acre. To
gether With a Large Barn
Quite new, having mom for 2 car
riages and 2 horses. Government
water is laid on the premises.
K. P. Adams, Auct'r.
So favorably known throughout the
Hawaiian Islands. Sold by all
1 No. 13 LUlha tM Honolulu 71
AnouT 1 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, Cnpt. lord of tho bark Kmer-
ald, lying at the Kspianauo, was
started from sleep In his cabin by
healing a slight 1 ustling noise. Be
fore tho Captain could get out or ins
berth lio had a glimpse of the thief
going out of the door. On examina
tion, It was found that bix dollar in
money and a valuable gold watch
had been taken. Information was
promptly given nt the Station House
of tho robbeiy. The Captain had
his money deposited, $2 in one pock
et, 84 In another, and $10 in an
other, of his vest. The thief got the
two smaller amounts, but overlooked
tho 810. Moral. Never put all
your eggs In one basket.
tv M b w no
Co j w 2.a
Here is a Bargain I
FOR Sale, a new dwelling house,
contains 10 well ventilated
rooms with all conveniences, situate
on an acre of ground on the King
street toad, nt Palama, l niileaf rom
Post office; said promises contains
good jpasturagc, water, stable, car
riago house, &c. Tho land is leased
for 10 years from Jan. 1, 1882. All
buildings for sale for $2,250, and no
rental to pay for ground lease. Tho
dwelling cost $3000 to build. All
the buildings rovert to tho lessee at
the expiration of the ground lease.
and may uo removed fron oil tae
premises. Every room is furnished.
neatly, and furniture will bo sold ou
reasonable terms if desired. Seve
ral good building lots and leases fos
sale throughout Honolulu. J. E.
Wiseman, Real Estate Broker. 881w
TjIOH SALE, 400 or COO Coral Stones.
Apply to F. A. SCIIAKVER. CR
FOB SAW:, Six desirable lots on King
st, fenced and water laid on. For
particulars address 1' O Box 134. ' CG
FOB SALE, 11 stylish Carriage Horse,
drives double or single, perfectly
sound: also Harness and Top Buggy.
69 Apply to C. O. Bkrokii.
FOK SALE, one new Scow, capable of
holding 10 tons, built by G.. Kmnics,
and now in good order. For further par
ticulare apply to Tnuo. II Davies & Co.
IT'OR SALE, a two-seated wagon
. with polo and shafts, and a
double harness, nearly new, price
8 150. May be seen in rear of No.
1 2U School st. W. G. Necdham. 72
TO LET, A room In a pleasantly situ
ated locality. Ten minutes walk
from the- Pot oillcc. Apply to
U,'l J. W. llODERTSON Co.
TQ LET, a House and Lot on
JL. Kuuami street, a fihort distance
above the first bridge Apply to
J, W KOBKnTSOK & Co.
npiTE abovo reward will bo paid to tho
X nereon who will cH'u tho undcilirii-
ed any Information, that will lead to the
recovery or bnncing Tools tuat were
Mole 11 from my plate In front of Alakea
8trcot. 07 Jamrs Hanlon
T OST, A Black Setter Dog, any one-
JL4 Knowing ins wncrcauuutx MM
pleaso lcavo word with IIkniiv Watkin
iiousn. 01 wt
LOST or Stolen, a hiiwU Yellow IJor,
nnsner? to thu iiiimuof "bklp,"
Aiewardwlllbe pahUor Ws return to
14 Nuttftuu Street, t3
r ro mt (5
FOR BALK at Auction, this dov,
that ory desirablo
on the uuiuka Bide of llcretanin st.,
(No. 1SB) adjoining Mr. Way's pre
mises, mm uuving 11 lrum ui
92 ft. X 300 ft.
depth; together with a
having room for carriages and
horses. Water is laid on all over the.
lot. Apply to
92 J. W. Robertson & Co.
Estate of James S. Lemon,
Of Eeal Estate-
BY VIRTUE of an Order of Sale
granted on the Cth. day of May,.
1882, by the Hon. L. McCully, Isjj
Associate Justice of tho Supremo
Court, sitting as Judge in 'Probate,,
tho undersigned, Administrator of
tho Estato of tho late Jns. S Lemon,,
will sell nt Public Auction, t Sales.
Room of E. P. Adams,, on
Saturday, 27th May,
1882, at 12 o'clock noon, all the fol
lowing: described premh.es t
No. 1 House- Lot and: premises,,
situated on Nuuanu Avenue.
No. 2 -Eight Lots on Beretania,
street, situate immediately op
posite the late residence of Jos.
S. Lemon, called tLUhiIani,.'"
and described in Government.
Survey as Lots No. 2S8, 239,.
240, 241, 242, and Lots "No
230r 233,, and 234, an area each:
Jfa. 3 The House Lot and pre
mises, known aa "-UMani the
late liomcstcad of James S.. Le
mon. Title Grant No. 500.
No. 4 One- lot immediately adjoin
ing the same with a frontage ons
Berctania street, and running;
back to Kinau street part off
Grant Nck 500.
No 5 One lot joining the- abone-
toward' Honolulu ; also, part o
Grant No. 500..
No- 6r One lot joining"- tfcc aboves
toward Honolulu, nnd fully
shown ou Government map be
alfiOiportof. the Land Grant No
500 and Boya Patent.
No. 1 One lot immediately in the
rear of TJlnlani, with stone walH
and pLckctfenco, title R.P. 6035..
No8 Ondbt immediately above
tho above, lots, being No. 2. iru
EoyaL Patent 3139.
No. 9 Lot No.. 1 included' in-Ii.P
No.. 10 Qno lot oii'Wai&iku road,,
just beyond, the Long Branch.
Nou 11 One lot on Waikiki' Boad
just bc3'Ond tho Long Branclii
BntliB, iududing an area of 25
100 of an. aero, being Apana h
of Kulcann Hcla 5," and B. P..
2419, issued to'Kapilimanu.
No. 12 One lot situate near.- the
road leading to Telegraph Sta
tion, being Apana 2. of Eoyat
No. 13 Balaucc of Lease o a Lot.
inKapiolani Park, No. 134, be
ing 27 years from 18th Jnly,,
1878r rent paid up in full ; part
ly fenced; being assignment of
lease granted to Jas. S. Lemon..
No. 14 One lot situate at Uliipala
kua, Maui, being 48 acres, and;
being the same conveyed to Jas..
S. Lemon by the late H. Hol
Htein and wife, by deed dated
8th August, 1877.
Title deeds at expense of purchas
er ; maps nnd plans can bo seen at
Sales Boom of K. P. Adams, and
any information desired can bo had
on application to
II. It. Macpaiilake,
Adm'trntor Estato J. S. Lemon.
Jjffl- Terms at Sale. 86
f BEAT Bargain For Sale Tho
3T prcmiscb lately occupied by G.
O. Buckley, on Liliha street; also
tlm adjoining property with, dwel
ing house tut eamo, These places
aro favombly situated and but a
short distance from town. For fur-
thor imnwulow upply to Gcorgo C