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V.V.nNKSlUY, MAY 111, 1882.
ViiL A?rnorr;iATiON bill
Thit document, the consideration
t.tyrt' which may, after nil, he oon
biderul the main business of the
y SeOitm of the Legislature, was laid
lieftuo tlio House on Monday by tlie
JUini-tiM" of Finance, and, having
been read u iirst time hy its title,
layrt over under the rules for u
ft leeoud muling. According to u
"t re -oluliou adopted on Monday, this
Mil become!; the special order of the
day for Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fildays of eaeh week, until finally
Tlie total ainouut appropriated ly
:' this Kill, foots up the very respecta
ble Mini of three million.-, eighty-two
' thmiMiud, four hundred and scven
l teen dollars and never mind tlie
odd cents ; being eight hundred nnd
eighiy-Mx thousand, four hundred
and eleven dollars nunc than the
looting of the Appropriation Bill in
The following are new terns:
Salary for a District Judge at Waia
nae, 800 for the two years ; Print
ing Keporls Supreme Court, vol. 4,
S,u0(); Chinese interpreter and
translator, 80,000; Coronation of
His Majesty the King, ? 10,000;
Kecuplion of foicign oilieial guests
and incidentals, 20,000; Kxponses
incident to Legation at Washington ;
$0000 ; Drill shed, $5,000 ; Anns and
accoutrements, $20,000 ; Purchase of
books for Government library,
S:i,0l)0; Guard of Oalut Prison,
$7,000; Civil Engineer, $8,000;
Incidentals Ciovcruois' otllees, $00;
Hooks and Stationery Ifegtstration
or Com eyauces, $300; Water sup
ply, Kalawao, $10.00); Custom
J louse and stores, Kahutui and Ma
luikoua, $30,000 ; Repairs and fur
iiiluic (loveinment House, $:f,00O;
S'ew Uovcrnnieut oilices, $3.j,W)0 ;
Fire iroof building for Supreme
Court and other records, $15,000;
Completing mid furnishing new
palace, $oQ,000 ; Palace stables,
$ln,000; Care of forests, nur
bciii'h, improvement of land and
public places, $ 12,000 ; Salary entry
clerk, Custom llouo, $-0OU;
Salary collector, Mahukona, $1,000;
Customs, guard, Mahukona, $2,000;
Guard at Ililo, $2,000; Salaries of
District Attorneys at Hawaii, Maui
and Knuni, Si, 000 each; Criminal
expenses, $20,000; Armed force
contingent fund, to bo expended by
advice of the King and Cabinet
The brigantinc Ninilo brought up
90 cords of Jiro-wood from Tahiti,
and the following passenger.-
Tawae, Mrs. Tawac (Mary English)
and child, Etna, Taroa, W. Davis.
The bark D. C. Murray sails for
San Francisco to-day, with a line
freight and passenger list.
Si:i;osi hand Top Huggy, Open
IJuggy, Break and Trotting Sulky
for sale, very low, at Phil .Stem s,
on Foit btreet, above Hotel. 99 lv
TANTE1 a yoimsr GlrMomaUc her-
l V wlf eeni'ially iihcful in tlie liouso
of a l.tilv on .Maui, i'or particulars on
ouiiu at tilt! Hawaiian Hotel, Hooin No.
lii, In tins nidi libit: b;forc 0:30. 07
"VS'ANTlil), a ulL-t family carriage
Y hor-c, Hiiilabli) for a lady to drive,
one which can lie trusted for sifoty and
ui tlm same tliiio not a la.y oeasr. Air
thiM.i l'O l!(ix:m 07
rANTKD ' a young man who Is
thorou-ii Y eoiier..int m j.hkiimi,
1 n!iic!li. Snanihli. rtirtiiKUeie, ilaiMUfsd
uml ChliieMs languagci!, a vitton as
Book-keeper, Clerk or luteiprotcr,
Apply to J. W. Kohiikthos A Co. CU 1m
tUilU. GERTZ, No. 80 Fort st.
' ?tr tmpor'er ami cionuir in uenis,
I.ndies' ami Children's boots shoes and
BUOwJ & CO., Importers and
Dealers In Alec, Wines and Spirits,
No. 9 Merchant st Honolulu. 1
Trr.M)AY,jMay SO.iJ-Petitions pre
sented and referred: J
Fitnn MnknVgnotlint "U laborers
on plantations be released from wotk
From Puna, Hawaii, that tho
fathers of largo families bo exempt
From S. Kona, that parents send
ing their children to English schools
be exempt from tho school tax.
From Wnilukti, that $2,000 be ap
propriated for tho Wniknpu bridge.
From Hanalei, that 10,000,000 bo
borrowed, but without pledging the
faith 'pf Government.
From Kooluuloa, that tlio school
tax be abolished.
From Pclekuiui, Molokai, for $3,
000 for a bridge, $2,000 for roads,
8 100 for mall carriage, and $G00 for
a school house.
From Honolulu, for $.1,000 for
tho Manoa bridge.
From' Kbhala, for $8,000 for their
roads and bridges.
Mr. Mahoe read for the first time
a bill respecting tho ownership in
A Resolution offered by Mr.
Brown, was adopted, requesting
through the Minister of Finance, a
statement from tho Collector-Gener
al of Customs as to the quantities of
wines and spirits imported into this
Kingdom by Chinese, during tlie
past two years.
Mr. Bice gave notice of intcntim
to introduce a bill for the protection
of imported auimals ; also to prohi
bit the importation and' Bale, of in
Mr. Lahiltihi read first time his
bill to repeal the restrictions on tho
sale of spirits to native Ilawaiians.
Returned to the introducer to correct;
Mr. Pilipo offered a resolution to
the effect that the Minister of For
eign, Affairs be requested to inform
the House- full particulars as to any
demands which have been made on
this government by that of Great
Britain, in connection with the Re
ciprocity Treaty with tho United
States of America; and to report the
same in writing.
Tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
said it had already been determined
by the Government to lay before the
House a statement of our relatioi s
with foreign powers, and the subject
of the resolution was quo of the
matters included therein. It was a
fact that the Foreign OlU.ce had not,
iu the past, explained as ought to
have been done, the condition of our
relations with other governments,
and no little surprise had been
caused by this leticencc. It was
only proper that full explanations
should bo given, and he ahsiired
the members, iu the name of the
Government that such would be giv
en, as boon as they could be proper
Mr. Brown read for the first time
his bill to amend tho Sunday Obser
A resolution offered by Mr. Na
wahl and amended by Mr. Wide
maun, was adopted, calling on the
Minister of the Interior for informa
tion as to how much the Govern
ment has received for tho imposi
tion of laborers, through the Board
.of Immigration, nnd also tho ex
penses incurred in importing the
Resolution by Mr. Richardson,
abopted, calling on the Minister of
Foreign Affairs for copies of subsis
ting treaties between this Govern
ment and those of England and
Resolution by Mr. Pilipo, inquir
ing of tho Attorney General whether
the passage of an Act prohibiting
the importation of spirituous liquors
would conllut with tmity stipula
tions, j Mr. Ahc'lo supported the Retolu-
Thero were numerous tietl-
tlons. before tho Assembly for tho
liassago of a prohibitory law; thru.;-
T...j i' t .viii": t.i .i '
-.uwi iuuu- nun puoneiy saui mco
was no treaty obstacle in the way;
but wo henr on tho other hand the
assertion thnt wo aro forbidden by
tieaty obligations. Let us have tho
question finally settled. He 'amend
ed that tho reply of tho Attorney
General bo In writing, and bo print
ed, whereupon the resolution was
Mr. Knmakelo gave notice of in
tention to introduco a bill to repeal
Chapter f7 of tho Penal Code.
The bill to rcdueo the school tax
to $1.76, was, on its second ,rea,d
ing, laid on the table.
The bill to provide a pension of
$1,200 for Mr. Kuihclani, was sent
to u special Committee, of which the
Attorney-General is Chairman. Ad
journed. Amkkican flags In the city and on
shippings-ore yesterday displayed at
half-mast, iu honor of Decoration
The latest published official list of
members of the Boaid of Health
contains the name of the Hon. J. S.
Walker. Mr. Walker most em
phatically states to us that helms
resigned from tlie Boaid.
Whim: all the rest of the group i.
beginning to complain of tho dry
weather, the denizens of Kapapala,
in Kan, have been rejoicing over
copious showers. 16 is reported
that during one clay last week, no
less a quantity than two inches fell
at Kapapala in five hours, by actual
measurement. We fancy howeer
that the rain-gauge will prove to
have been one of very modern manu
facture. Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Regular Cash Sale.
At 10 c-clook auou.
And at 1& noon, wiit bo- sold;
I side-spring liond Wagon,
1 Open lJitggy and Harness,
1 Carriage Horse, warranted gentle,
well broken to saddlo & harness,
regularly driven by a lady.
1 Brewster JLJuggy and
1 Good bet of Harness.
' E. V. Adams, Anetioiif or.
New Music Hall.
Saturday Evening, Juno 3rd, 1882.
Grand (extra ijiscial) Moram
and positively tho
Last Night of the Tourists!
tiraud complimentary benefit
tendered by the management to
Messrs Mehdou and Sarony.
First time of tho celebrated burlesque
Written by C E. Bernard especially
lor tho Great Eugene,, who will ap
pear in her great character of Leo
nora, as played by hoc upwards of
2000 nights In England America.
in which Mr. Mehden, assisted by
Mr. Sui-tiiiy, will play solos on.
Sixteen Musical Instrume'ts
interspersed with songc,
ducts and dances.
JT A great bill everything now.
Secure your seats early at J. W.
Robertson & Co's, nnd at tho Astor
House. - 103
Musical Event of the Season !
Mendelssohn Quintette Club
ABBlsted.by Misi Coit.v Millku,
Will given Qiand Concert in tlm Music
Hull on the arrival ot the steamer
City of New York,
I'roni the Colonies.
Full ourticulars will bo U.ued
alter uie arrival oi tnc 'teainer. u'ne
Box Plan will be opened at 9 o'clock on
Saturday m nilag ut thu iloukstoro ot
Mesflvi. .1. V. ltobi'itsjn &Co., when
eats may l .n'uruil. 1QA
A very pleasant reunion of tho
Veterans of tho war for tho Union,
. . . . . ....
took place last evening at tlio Ha
waiian Hotel. It was almost an im
promptu affair," suggested hy tho
Bulletin's notico on Monday of
Decoration Day, and it was an agree
ablo surprise to find that thero were
so many of the old comrades in
Honolulu (numbering fortj'-onc) and
that they so promptly answered to
the call to ' falliin." Gen. Comly,
U. S. Minister Resident, presided,
and opened with a fow appropriate
remarks introducing jthoRev. J. A.
Crnzan, who offered a very eloquent
and touching prayer. Tho company
then snt down to a sumptuous re
past, after joining heartily in sing
ing, " John Brown's body," &c.
Tho affair was a most enjoyable one,
nnd we regret that our limits 'forbid
an extended notice. " The memories
of the gallant dead," was drunk
standing and in silence. Eloquent
remarks were made by Mr. Cruzan,
Gen. Hartwell, Dr. Hagau, and
others. Among the songs were
Just before the battle, mother,"
" Red, White and Blue," " March
ing thro' Georgia," &c. The beauti
ful poem, "Cover them over with
beautiful flowers," was read by Mr.
Cruzan, nnd u The Blue and the
Grey," by lfr. Murphy. It was in
timated that the result of the first
meeting of veterans will bo a perma
Theke came near being a runaway
yesterday morning, with probabili
ties in favor of serious results. A
horse attached to a dray without a
driver, on Fort street below Queen,
became frightened at a bunch of ti
leaves, and Btartcd off on a run. But
before going far, a native standing
by ran and bravely seized the reins,
to which ho clung while the animal
dragged him some distanco, until
brought up. The man (we don't
know his nnmo) deserves commend
ation; but two policemen in immacu
late white clothes, stood unconcern
edly looking on.
On account of the non-arrival of
the China bound steamer from San
Francisco, we hear that the
" Tourists '"'' -till announce another
II. B. M. S. Champion, from Co
quimbo, South America, iiud bound
to Victoria, is at anchor outside this
WHAT RARE CHANCES!
Houses to Rent! !
A beautiful house on School st, near
Xuuuiiu st, with new furniture and
Kitchen utensils complete, rent reason
able. An ck'giuit Cottage on King st, ad
joining the Reformatory School, and
nearly opposite S. K. Kanl's residence.
A very comfortable homo. n Emma
Bt, suitable for a nice family.
A very choice dwelling on Punchbowl
st, opposite tlio Queen's Hospital. All
the above residences arc in splendid lo
cations, and reasonable 'In prlrv, and
they will rent quick.
A beautiful house, and Rrouuds to sell
on Hcrctatita st, next to w. It. Castle's
rchidenee; house new, contains 10 rooms,
with all modern Improvements. A newly
built cottage on Pensncola st, opposite
Mr. Uassingcr'sresideuue, to sell cheap.
- lots adjoining) fronting on Deretnnla
st, and running back to Klnau st; sup
erior Tots foe building purposes. 'So sell
at once at a reasonable price.
5 acres of ground on Miuanu Valley,
1 mile above the Ice House, known as
the- oht MeKeaguc Plantation. Ground
amfbulldbuz to tease or sell; good fence
etc. ltentuL $350 a year; sell for $3,500
on easy terms- (
Several good-'fcascs to sell around
Honolulu, -and other houses, cottages,
and rooms to rent.
Josnrn E. TViskman,
Ileal Kstate Broker.
27 Mercliaut street. 103 lw
17011 SALE, a MULE C X It T .
- Apply to
102 II. Huckfeld & Co.
IOST, on May 2Ctli,.from the "Ptiua
J lion" Bus, a roll of Muvlc, one of
the pieces maiked "Mrs. Ilanford."
Tho tinder will please return tho same
to this oillec, and receive Mutable re
LOSr, on the 15th April lost, in Ho no
lulu, some papers and a plan of
hind, bearing on them the names of
John liaicina aim 11. w. yvcdd. Tlie
tinder will be rewarded ou leaving same
at the Bulletin Ulllee. " 10 lw
IT-OK SALE, Six desirable lots on King
J- et, fenced and water laid on. For
particulars addiess P O Box 134. CO
if rim I
. Prices of Cartage :
ON and AFTER the 1st of MAY,
1882, tho following prices will
be charged on all
Sugar, Rico, Iron,
Coal (looso or bagged?,
Caktaoe Ou all Biigar and rice,,
. ets per ton of 2000 lbs., within
the following boundaries : '
Steamer shed and the CHy Front, on
a line of the above named ware
house. Also from Brewer's wharf to tho-
From Esplanade to the Quecu streot
37 J- cts per ton.
All sugar and rice to be delivered on
the wharf and not on the vessels
rail, as formerly. If delivered
011 the vessels' rail 37J
cts per ton.
Coal, bagged, 37 ,1-2 cts per- ton, 2240 lbs
loose, CO cts.; or any part thereof.
Lots of coal over 50 tons, 40 ets a ton
Carting and piling coal, per agreement
Bricks $1 ppr 1000 ,
' pressed, 81.60 per 1000
Lime or Cement a" 1-2 cts a load;
Merchandise to bond 37 1-2 singlo load
" from bond 50 cts
to the Island steamers and schrs,
0 cts single load
Molasses 117 1-2 ets single load
General merchandise, exclusive of tho
above clause, 87 1-2 cts load or ton
Including tlie following boundaries
Berctunin, Alakea and Mauuakea
streets and City Front,
Iron and niacblnery 50 cts load or ton
Extra heavy machinery and safes as per
Lumber 50 ets per 1000
Posts 1-2 cent each,
Shingles 50 cts per 10,000
ltubblsh and dirt 50 ets single load
Boats 75 cts each
Black sand per special agreement .
White sand 2.50 sinjjlo load
Wood 50 cts cord
Furniture as per agt cement.
From the City Front' to any of thcr
following places :
Kukni street 0.50 load!
School st. bet. Emma & Bridge 0.73 "
Walplula 1.00 "
Judcl kt 1.50 "
loo works 2.50 "
Leleoand School sts l.nO "
Plllllll 2.00 "
Kohololoa 1.00 '
Kukaako.... 1.00 "
Waller (Kallhi) 3.00 "
Pnuon 2.50 "
Pawaa ... .... ........ .... ....i .in)
Punahou 2.00 "
Insane Asylum 2.50 "
Alapni's (Palanm) 1.50 "
Queen's Hospital 0.75
Kerosene House 0.75 "
Oahii Prison 1.00 "
To Gov't Powder Mngaxlue, per
load of 10001b: or less 5.00
From ditto ditto 3.00,
Horatio G. Cuabbk,
S. M. Cahter,
"W. F. SnAKUATT,
IIeubard & Co.
Geo. H. Robehtoon,.
" JVIllS. C. P. W.AUD,
77 per F. Hiwtucc, Manager..
GREAT Bargain For Sale Tho
promises lately occupied, by G.
Q. Ueckloy, on Liiiha streot;. also
tho adjoinjig property vsitE. dwel
ing house ou same. These places
aro favorably situated and but a
short distanco (from town. Foe fur
ther particulars apply to George C.
70R SALE, a stylish Carriage Horso,.
. drives double or single, perfectly;
sound: also Harness and Top Buggy.
(ia Apply to C. O. Berokb.
fJOR SALE, ono new Scow, capable of
-1- holding 10 tons, built by G. Enunes,
and now In good order. For further par
tlculars apply to Tiu). II Daviks & Co.
NOTICE. The undorslgned Is now
prepared to give lessons In Spanish
or French, and any other foreign lan
guage, orally and scientifically, with the
most easy method ta Its perfect know
lebge, to young ladies at the Kinder
Garten School premises, Nuuanu Ave
nue, dally from 2 to p. m,; and to
young men, at the premises opposite
Qiteo.i Kmim's, from 1) to 10 p.m.
For particulars enquire theicin, 92
1 V. A. Maru,ucz,Prof, of Languagos,