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TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1882.
i LEGISLATIVE. ' ' -
. -Monday, May 29. The Hon. Mr.
Ricefrom Li hue, Kauai, and. Hon.
Mr. Kaukau, from Kaanapall, Maui,
appeared, were qualified, and took
The following petitions were sead
and referred : from Makawnd, that
Dr. Fitch cedent, to. Kalawao to, at
tend on the' lepers.
From the Planters' Supply & La-.
lior Co., that the restriction on opt-J
urn be continued.
From Kalawao, -that lepers be tak
en care of.iu their own districts'.
From Kohala, in favor of total
prohibition of liquor. ( ';'-
From Kohala (South') that they,
be allowed a rdprcs'cntatiyefapart
from N. Kohala. '
From Vailuku, for the removal of
a certain butcher shop, as a nuisance.
From Kau, asking for 810,000 for
roads ; that' all sua fisheries be de
clared free ; for two court houses in
that district one at Funaluu ; '.that
fathers .of '.large' families be exempt
from taxes. ' '' "
It was announced that the Royal
approval had been given, to the bill
increasing the compensation of Re
presentatives, also two other bills of
.minor. importance. ' '
. 'MhFilipo from Committee, re
ported to bill to increase the number
of Representatives ' This adds one
more ;eaeh -for Kohala'and Maknwao,
nnd two for Honolulu. Laid over.-
A proposal to insert 8400 in the
appropriation bill for a wharf at
Auahulu, Kauai, and a like sum for
a lockup atKahului,'Maui, laidovotf
A resolution, by Mr. Aholo, was
adopted, to make the-'Appropriation
Bill the regular -order for Mondays,
Wednesdays,, and Fridays.
'Ttip, Minister, of Finance presented
the Bieiirilal Appropriation .Bill, as
prepared by the present 'Cabinet.
Read a first time livrita-tiUciccU'ii-.'y 8
A Bito mako.ajaroawinfeaettle-'
nipnipn .Hon.. MrKuihblanii was
rcaof a first time. "! ' -''"'-
Mr. Palohau-gavertjatice'of -a bill
tft encourage . the. immigration of
uhmarr'e.d women. ' i : ..v :.
A proposition to -grant $4,000 for
president .physician aV'.fiha,inn,''was
kid-over',-' ' ' '''T "'" ' '.';
The Minister . of . Finance eave
notice of a bUl'to'rbvlde an Audi
tor of BablicAecatitlts
VTBC,-;Attorhey-Geh'eral give "rio'tje'e
of t-'.itt to aftejnd:'$e3ti.p78
Civil Cidde,; 'alBOpbill respecting
thcqscgntpf property, to next, .of
Kin." .' '
Mi, Kauai read-fifrbt: tfme a hjll to
regulate' the '; agressehtahd: colje
tfbii.6ttit?e's .froth' contract laborers.
Mr. Tama read first time a bill to
gifaotifreo. retail .licensc&'of goods, to
UrfrfUhMn' - ... .'i'-t
Mr. Kaulukou read 'first time
bilrto' 'Biriertd 'the' law- respecting
commfsiori's',of1dis'trict justices to
'duiqg.good behavior." '
' The crMiniBter.tfotk Finance pave
nbtie 6t it'lyll to-amerid gectjon 12?
at tire' '-fvlF Cacisfchargo. of
8fdmeiii",'Timw,-"J- ' ' ""'
Mr. Kauai gave notice WttlWt
providing u permanent
lor j.'i . Ej. Aanaieaani)
&4.06& for lengthen:
Honolulu.... Laid over.''1 tH
-ili j O - O '
dcclaft tho ower8hip'Jb''ww fdM fi
forest?, ana on waste lamk., ,
A Resolution bv Mr: Palflhbiil.WAii
passed, instructing' the' Mfolsie
the igtenflr, at 'tho,jsWibof.;tl
Session, to visit- all Sparta 'oj tl
MrV Gtfflm?r nnrnnanrl tAi''irilW&
an applpprJiitiim ot f COO for a breMci
nirtuv xujniiiic, jiuuu. --jj-zaiu. pver..
Mr.,, Maoc.'j presohtpJBtifloii'
fivim tUnliiln aBUuiW-.n mn'nrZ&nAi!
ationof 8BO0O foifho:.constraeli
of the'foad.from Kepneuhi'to'tfalisST i
pohaku, Hqhotulu. ' . . 'i . " Vy; '
the Civil Code, relating'fco jurisdic-'
ib a setect Comraittc'fc. '''vi"i v. , '
Mwi'EDitW: I .noticed a com
munication & your paper tho other
day, expressive of grave doubt a to
the good) likely to bo done to the
temperance cause by the circulation
of Mr.' Eli Johnsona llttlcbook on
ifitoxicatiuc drinks. I read that
communication twice very carefully,
and felt sorrv to admit that the
writer wus sound, I was present in
iLvi-. hsi2ii n't...' . i.l 'iitJ rnv.n.
jfuib hucub vuuivu miuu wit uumr
809 delivered his first lecturo, and
thought it a strong argument
agaiimt, drinking customs ; but when,
at till" cios'eoJ the lecture, he on
noUrtceff'Wbli audience that he
would sell them a .book that would
telrthem hdWDTandy; gin, wmsKy,
dewere mod.eA. I felt a shudder of
biJi'roivi.'beUeving that the book
would 'to productive of more evil
than. good. 7. On leaving the church
I- came' across a friend in the street,
jrtho bad j also been,-:Jiateper. I
stated to him my doubts and fears,
expressing, tho-conviction that while
many people would read' the book
.and resolve to drink no more, many
others '.would purchase the book for
the,.olo' purpose ot learning how to
make ''cheat) ein." My friend
thought' I had taken a wrong view
of the matter and believed that'the
book could pot possibly do anything
but good. I began to think that
perhaps he was right and I wrong
after all; at least, as a temperance
man, I sincerely hoped so. On
reading the communication , above
referred to I Baw .that I was not
alone in my way of thinking,' and
the former fears- and convictions
revived. Any shadow of a hope to
the contrary that may yet have re-.
rn.aincd, war. entirely dispelled last
evening. It came- about in.. this
Iway.: ...I was sitting, alone in ray.
.little-- room,'.'readirig-'Mr.- Green's
Mtettalstatcient in the Adver
tiser, when. Atsmitinz face Chinaman
waikcd-inCia'pHnauian' had been
Enelfsh documents, for me to .read
quh-edapme attention; of this kind
on the oresent'occnsion.'l tdropoed
njy.apirjjnd.ljj W ?&. ia'xeadi-
1)680 .or ocwoni ,-aiict. ?nuuu cir
cumlocution he produced Mr.' -John-son'B
bQoks-tVJQrink from Drugs "
7-and proceeded to say that he
wished" tolkhoV whe're'.'and . Jiow' to
brocurd the drugs named in the book,
how to compound tneni, &c, 'assur
ing -me 'that I should-have a full
share of thp .profits or tnevery pro
fitable trade he Expected ,tovdo.
- .. y 'Amti-Groo.
Tij ''Sgh4 WiVl give a Moonlight
Concert at Emma Square this' e'ven
ipVVcpmWenfcing at ,.7:30., o'clock.
Following isthe programme; J "
Overtnte-i-lierlfif.Lye .':'. ". .'. .'. . . Coprsflt
Poronal'so Court Ball . . ........ Gung't
,WK8-fHFf"ttue'tn'.'; .''.,.". .. . ."... . iCoote
Mcaiey Vc Olden- Times.'. Bevr
Helcctlon.'crNabucco. . .' . .. verdl
8ong By.thc Meadaw.broo):
rou& jjeuoDB .
. . . .XH9l
f-TJbrigantme-y-oiite sailed', from
Ht7TwVltfrAli Wti' 'm h?a TSArf
S6t Messrs'. T.
ggsasnKr:- L. iluJ
iOJtljr useful in the house
fcuk For particular en-
prnloj; before 9 :30;
r ruMM un .r;
tpjbJl qutt family; carrlhge
4UWD10 ior.a, iuy io acive.
bfrUUMed.ior aaietV. and
l.'MAt1 . law Kaaf f. A A .
W mJ MN0V7T7IU'
LH VAttitm tnah 4hn la
i'cotivhHlnt la KngUrh,
J.W BOBETfldM t. Co. Ul 111)
5iNd. 80 Fort ut.
ilfe filler rri.Geiit,
Wlnw and. Spirit n,
ft f tK:k4rrt-?rX,l
I ytv. c." ljj v ijm HI
i u- nraH f i iTjMriTvcA
TATt r l 7 .' - "'
'A',U wrjni iYnMH
ram t 'rmrvifft
Mr.( Eihto'r : In jay, flrat reply
to, " B'eatipVi'irChte, lay object was
to prove iny remarks at the Musie
Hall. f. I bad no. idea of 'Jbegglng
the questionriueft'muggllng and
iUlclt dlstiUing. 4
I have a high opinion of Mr. Ellis,
and can hardly believe ho would
moke a- statement merely to pltate
his audience. I shall write him by
next mail, and will publish his reply
for the benefit'bf " Fcstina Lento,"
mm u uo cannon corroDoraie nis
statement by figures I shall be quite
willing to rule out his testimony.
l am npt so foolish as to believe
that tho passage of a' prohibitory law
will stop the use of liquor altogether ;
but I do believe that such a,, law
would largely diminish the evil.
As tosiiuKKling, I do not think
there will be much of that done, for
liquor is too bulky to be brought in
large quantities without being de
tected... . r..- ;-
In (Otdcrio present jt, '-we would
tabliih'-flh liisncetor' a office, and
estabajh; ah Inspector's office, and
oblkre nil imDorters'tosdnd a certain
,p6r6h of all merchandise for ex
amination ; this would largely reduce
.the ' smuggling of opium and other
nrticlo tliiit are nowisuiugglcd ' into
I udiiiit that there will be mora or
less illicit'distilling, but if a good
healthy public opinion can' bu creat
ed, every, good citizen will sec that
all drunken men are promptly arrest
ed for violating the law, as. they
now do when a man attempts to
steal ; then those who use liquor will
be-very careful, and those who dis
till it will find it difficult to dispose
of their illicit wares.
Let us try a prohibitory law, and
we shall then be able to see its work
ings, and we shall, after it has been
in operation for a time, be able to
discuss it more intelligently than it
is possible to do now.
P. C. Jones, Jr.
Mr. 'E. P. Adams will sell this
day, at 10 a.m.,' at the residence of
A. Young, Esq., corner of King and
Victoria streets, nousenoid iurni
ture, horses, carriages, etc.
Auction Sales by E.T. AdamB
This D&y Tuesday,
May 3tfi at 10 a. ra. ;,
Furrii . Jhlo !
At tho reioVA'. YoUng, Esq.,
corner iwvKinjg'aud Victoria its.
,'.(.' 'The Entire
In part as follows : ,
Tho handsome parlor, furniture,
Piano nd &o,
.. ' ' Decker & Barnes ;
Handsome black, .walnut
'.,. Bedroom Sot,
Spring and hair mattresses, ' .j
Black walnut dining table,
Dining chairs, sideboard, chandeliers
A large assortment' of glassware,
h ino plated and crockery waro,
Gocfa' cook stove J '
. . . Kitchen uteniila,
. Fine Saddle Herse
Suitable for a lady-or gentleman.
Good Family Carriage,
Side- saddle; gent's saddle '
Atod'-a' lot of furniture and sundries
too numerous to mention.'
... E. P. Adaus, Auct'r. .
Friday, June 2nd,
Eegular Gash Sale.
.. ., , , At 10 o'clock a. m.
And at 12 noon, -wiil bu sold
1 sidci.sprJng'Koad Wagon,
1 Upon Buggy and Harness,
1 Carriago'Ilurfeo, warrutttod gentle,
wtdl. lrOkeii to saddle & liafncss,
rifgularjy dri,vn U;.u lady., ...
1 JiruiV'titiir' Buggy au'il ,
1 Good ((tft'nf I'l'illV'i.
E. P, Adams, Auctioneer.
"Ell Jflbson jnay have elftgg?r-
eted'bihliri.itoTyof the Hiho
witnosted lb Glasgow ; but I'flad the.
following in tho Liverpool Mercury
of April 16i :88B;
"tAir. Jiooayv ,;ae Amencan
Evangelist, m announcing a special
meeting on the subject Of temper
ance, Bald that he hod in an hour
seen nrord drunken people on a Sat-urda-
night in tho streets of Glas
gow than in 'any. other placo he had
ever visited." ' A.
wii ' '
Secokd hand Top Buggy, Open
Buggy, Break and Trotting Sulky
for Bale, v very low, at Phil Stein's,
0n Fort streot, above Hotel. 99 lw
The Assembly had a brisk morn
ing session yesterday ; adjourned at
12 o'clock to lunch with the best
of intentions for an afternoon ses
sion; couldn't get a quorum 'after 1
o'clock; adjourned for the day.
Hearty lunches and the hot weather
combined, may be, was the trouble.
Accounts from all over tho group
represent the - weather much the
same as in Honolulu of-late hot
Travel the world over, and one
will, never find a more perfectly love
ly moonlight night than last night;'
or finer musie than that of the Haw
aiian band short, of Vienna. All
this was apparently appreciated' by
the crowds attheHotel loit evening.
2117 packages, of sugar. came to
hand since yesterday. v, -' ,'
JTiOR SALE, a MU.LE CaBT
'" addIv to-
H. Hackfcld & Co.
T OST, on May 30th, from tho "Puna-
JLJ nou" But, a roll oi nunc, oncoi
the pieces marked-"Mrs. Hanford."
The finder will ple&ie return, t'be'same
to mil omcc, ana receive suiiam? re
ward. r 103
'T OSt. on the 16th Anrll nnt. In Hono
jLj lulu, some' paper ana a plan of
land, bearing -on them' the naraea 'of
jonn uaKina. attuu. w. weno. ine
finder will be reVvarde'dion leaving i
at4he Bulletin "Office. . S1M
NOTICE. The. undenigned :1s-, now
prepared to glr'aleuons. la Spanish
or FrenchVand any other fbjelpn lan
guaco, orally and scfentiQcally, with the
moat easy, method. 4o,lts; perfect know
lebge, t6 ypung .ladle at the Kinder
Garten -School' 'premise Nuuanu Ave
nue, dally.'1rpm3 to-S-p.ni',; and ; to
Toung men,, at thc premliea opposite
For particulars enquire therein, 92
F. I). 4. JJerquez, Prof . of LangnaRee.
GREAT Bargain F6t Sale Tho
premises lately occupied by" G.
C. Beckley,.on Liliha street; also
tho adjoining property with dwel
ing housoonr sameJ These places
are favorably situated and but a
short distance 'from town. For fur
ther particulars apply to-George C,
OB SALE, 400 or 600 Coral Stonei.
F. A. SciuxrxK.
FOB SALE, Six desirable lots on King
st, fenced and water laid on. For
particulars address P O Box 134. 56
j'" oa-i&, aiyiiia bunign xioraef
jl anves aouoie or single, perfectly
also Harness ana Top Buggy.
Ajfpiyw. ,. ,-u. 14 jugranc.
FOB SALE, one new -Scow; capable of
holding 10 tons, built by G. Emmei.
and now lffgoQd ordiV. FOr furtbeVpajj
iiciuawappiy-to thro, w uavibs a 1:0.
a two-seated wagon
and shafts, and a
X? with pole and shafts.
double harness, nearly new, price
fclSO. Maybe seen in rear, ot No.
20 School st.' W.-G.jNpedham. 72
. $10 jEteward-
THE above reward will be paid to the
nerson who trill trlva the.undenlirn.
cd any information, .that will lead to the
recovery of Shoeing., Topis. that were
stolen from niy place In front of ' Alakea
street. ' vi . uamss hinlon
LOST, A Black Setter Dog, any one
knowing-'his ' whereabouts will
please leave word with.UKNRT Wateu.
iiousk. 01 wf
LOST or. Stolen, a small Yellow Dog,
'ahstfm to tho name of 8klp."
Had oh a black leather .collar with tag.
A ri.tahirfl to-Ill hn 'finfrt fnr-liU rttim''lr
i IS2 Nuuanu Street. 03 '
' Will n'$' bo ddciiV 'hch
' bycwni'goin.'to'' ,
as has boon the citso. in the $aat;
Mr; Geo. F. Wen
Has imported a large lot .of ,
that he will furnish to parties do
. airing extra Beats !t t '
Reasonable Prices I
For further particulars enqniroat
Wolls' Music Stors, 107 Fort streot,.
Telephono 179. . ,'" ': ' ' $&
Prices of Cortag :, ";:
ON and -AFTER thelst of (MAT,
1882, the following prices will
be charged on all. '. :.- -
Sugar, Sice, Irbn,.;,' ' , !;.
Machinery and ?.i. j - '.t
.. General MawhaBdite.
CARTAGTr;Onall)i sugar and rice,
25 cts per ton of 2000 lbaj, wjthln
the following boundaries : . ' .",
P'iikakawarehbuge'.-. ',. 1 f.i
Steamer alied- and the' Citj.Front,,!b
a'line of thei'above named w,
..house. ' '.',-,' ,. . .:.
Also.from Brewer's wharf to'.tho
Fishmarket wtiarves. . , : " ' '!
wharves, . "J . ;.';
37icts per ton. , . .!:
All sugar and riedto bfi delivered od
the wharf .'and riot on. the' vessels',;'
rail,'as'formerly 'ft delivered )
... on tho vessels; xauij -.
"r " ctapertoo-':,.- ,
Coal, baggd,'ti7 I-2'ctepWin:.2M0.lf
" - looae,' 60 cts". ; or any- par thoreofi
tots1 of coal ovcr'BO'tons 40HJt'atoh--'s
Carting and, piling coal, per agreement.
Bricks $1. per 1000 r .,T ,,, .
Llttft Or Cementtft I-2'cts a loaff', "
Merchandise to bond 37.1-2 single load
" froiri bonU M'otf ' -
" to the island steamers and-. schrsr
- ' 60 ctsalngle load ' ' " "
Molasses 37 1-3 cts single load .
General merchandise; exclusive of tltO
above claus.?, .l-a.ctsload or ton
Including, the following boundaries,
-"-fieretaniar Alakerf'and Maunak'ea:
streets and- City Front, -
Iron and machinery 60 cts-load or tan
Extra heavy machinery And safes afl'perc
agreement.. . -. .
Lumber BO cts; per 1000 " ". i.'.
Shingles W) cts per. 10,000. .. : .- 5.
Bubblsb and dirt 60 cts. single wsa , - -"
Boats 75 Cts each- .v ' M
'Black sand per special agreement
White sand 3.60 tingle load,- .
Wood 60 cts' cord -' " .
Furniture' u per agreement. t
Froni fteClty Front'to'any.of the'
iollowing places: -.""' ?-i-.
Kukul street 0.50 load
8choolst, bet. Bmna & Bridge 0,76;."-' ;
Walpluli. ...'..'.......'.'..'.;.".. .1.00 '(,' .
Judfl. St '.'. r.i trrt't' " .V80 '-"
Ice works .v..v,v.u:......3.50 "
Leleo and School sts. .. l.oOT
PuduI ............. i , f cl.90jr it
Kohololoai..... 1.00 '
Kakaako...'.' .-.;.... '..'. :;i'0!"'
Waller (Kallhi) ..3.00
P&uoa ;...... ...A-.-. .i.vt. 3.60 ' V
Pawaa...' ' ...' .1.60 '
Punahou '' '' -' "- ''' ' " S.oOt if
Insane Asylum-.'. -...'' 3.60 "
Alapal's (Palama) 1.60 "
Queen's Hospital ,v ;-. ..Tfi4' J'.t-
Kerosene House 0.76" . .
Oahu Prison ..;.. .....1.00i
To Govt Powder Magatlne.'pe'r
load, of 1000 Ib; or less ....... .5.00. - v
From: ditto1 ditto .' 3.00; .' ,,
HotVATih.'G. Cbadbb; '"
S. M. CAitiEn
W.JF. SaAiiifAxr ,
Geo. II. Roiiebtsok,
Mns. C. P. Wabd.- . .
per F. Hustace, Manager.
G tt. ROBFiBTSON,
, Draymah best' tearhk
A.-W ' iLHSBBBBBBBBBTal ''
n town. Telt'Plione " . io. lfr
Novo Merchant' ut., llonoluln
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