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VK!)N!-:S!)AY, .U'XK 14, 1882.
Tii.' fiiYiiuihlniico of a young hul
linvjnx b.u-onie maimed for lifts the
other day b ignorantly playing with
:i curtriiljTo of the most violent of
explosives known to science, is one
li of those things that some one in au
thority should investigate. It should
In; some one's business to make in
quiries nml ascertain to a certainty
how, and by what means, such dan
gerous playthings get into the hands
of children for it will he remem
bered that the injured 003' stated
that his schoolmate, from whom he
obtained his supposed package of
" chewing gum," had several more
like it. None of our readers can be
sure, that among the assortment of
playthings which the hoy of the
household generally has stored up,
there may be not some innocent
looking package that is likely at
some unlucky moment to blow up
the entire homestead. .Should there
not be some statutory provision,
more than at present exists on our
books, to regulate the use of giant
About the year 1870, thin article
of giant powder was first introduced
here in blasting rocks, &c, and the
natives soon ascertained ,that ex
ploding it under water was a, very
expeditious way of securing a large
haul of lish. It accordingly became
much used, and the result is now
scon in the numbers of'one-anncd
men in the couutiy. The Legisla
ture of H-2, (out of S3'inpathy
either for the llsh or the fishermen)
passed an Act forbidding the use of
giant powder in taking fish, under
penalty of line or imprisonment.
Surely, there should be a more
careful watch kept upon the use and
custody of this terrible explosive,
than it would seem that there Is at
Wi; are requested to state tli.it the
horse which the late lamented Capt.
Hope was riding at the time of the
unfortunate accident on Monday,
v was not, as stated by the J C. A.
of yesterday. " one of the Hon. A.
S. Cleghoru's." The Captain had
ridden .a horse of Mr. Cleghoru's on
the previous Saturday, but had re
turned it. The animal which threw
' him was a hired one for the occasion.
J6 1 ritUBSELLTttornepaTl.aw,
Olllec, corner of Fort aud Mcivhant
streets (up stairs) 113 Urn
TV IAn .--
'iji '"n MJii'j. a stynsn saddle
- -w- unr.QH-
KiKltiiro of P.
at Castle & Cooke's. .
&? N O T I O E. The JJritish
."JoSastusiiuship IJuthwell Castle,
C.ipt. Thomson, will cointnoneo dis
charging on Tuesday, Juno 13th,
1.SS2. Consignees will pleaso enter
their goods at tho Custom House
; without delay and call at tho oflleo
ol too undersigned, pay freight and
.receive tiieir orders. All uierelian
idifoi when lauded on the wharf will
lj lie .it tlu risk of-tho owners thoreof.
J I. IJiiekfeld & Co.,
11 ;'t Agents.
ii2L'rK XOTK'i'J U h"i(by ir.ven that
IK rJSt-fltSv JH'lthi-T Hits MaMer or Agm.t
V;j?ot tliu ftciin.ui hark Stella,
' iroiii Miw i.oi'j.swiu 'e reti-
'PoiiHllih' for any del n ooutiacted by the
1 crew of falil vessel.
II. N.J. Sommkii, Mastori
Jli" lw C.v.11,1: AiCooku, Aij'ts.
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mki&i! Worn Liverpool, w ill com-
niencc uuiauiing to-iirii ri , uuusih
;J'.CIHIU"'U"; iO.li luipay uieir ircij;m
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Tuesday, June 13. Petitions read
r , Tr'i.. i f 4i. ,
lTom Makawao, that the
ployees of labor be required to take
care of the widow anil orphans of
any bound servant who may become
From Honolulu, in favor of a Ten
Million Dollar Loan.
From Honolulu, that tho restric
tions on drink be removed ; and that
the prohibition law as proposed be
From Mauoa, that Chinese bo for
bidden to sell poi.
Mivlvaunauiano offered 11 resolu
tion that J. II. Waipuilani be repaid
So, overtax. Passed.
The Attorney General gavo notice
of a bill to provide a term of the
Circuit Court, Jlrd Judicial District,
to sit at Kau.
Mr. Kaunamano read first time
his bill to regulate the sale of spiri
tuous liquors. (Removes the taboo
on natives.) Ordered to be printed.
Mr. Nakookoo read first time a
bill to amend the law in regard to
licensed dance houses, extending it
to Wailuku, Maui.
Mr. Lilikalnni gavo notice of a
new Loan Bill.
Mr. Kalun gavo notice of" a bill to
provide a permanent settlement for
the widow of the Hon. 1 Nahaolelua.
Mr. Kcau read first lime a bill to
amend the market law of Honolulu.
On motion of Mr. l'alohau, the
bill to make Saturday a holiday for
contract laborers, was placed among
the orders of the day.
Mr. l'alohau proposes to insert
the item of 10,000 in tho Appro
priation Bill for si bridge at Waia
The Assembly went into Com
mittc of the whole on the unfinished
business, which was the Taxation
Bill. .Having reached tho 41st
section about half through the bill
the Assembly took a recess until 2
After recess the Assembly was not
apparently inclined for work, for,
alter passing section 42 of the Tax
ation Hill, an adjournment was pro
posed and carried, until 11 o'clock,
Wednesday morning. A motion was,
previously adopted, that the Ser-gennt-at-Arnis
provide carriages for
the members in which to attend the
funeral of the late Bishop Maigrct.
The Irish Crisis.
A Herald cablegram savs: The
Times has an editorial on Ireland,
stating that Ireland remains, and
must retnain, tho first nnd last
thought of Parliament in this press
ing crisis. " Wo aro in the midst
of a social revolution in which the
authority of 'tho Exocutivo Govern
ment is baflled and defied." These
oxtraotsfihow how tho minds of many
aro affected by the recent events,
but society gives outward signs of
convulsion, and is content to fiddle
whilu those cpicstions burn, although
ovou tho aristocrats join in sounding
tho note of warning. For instance,
tho 'Marquis of Blandford has an
articlo in tho Nineteenth Centuri.
wherein ho; wishes that tho Anglo
Irish lauded class had perishod in
the sane manner as tho Southern
aristocracy of the United States, and
says that England mast choose be
tween the alternatives of homo rule
Dr. Do FrieH,
lite Doctor lias HIM riilm-nwl from ii
tc.,n recommendations' from numerous
iiiaiuigem tuul pi.vito owncrsf-of horses
" "' f'"i aim eai.ii)iiiurs' 111 curing
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Ad oidirs in he left at J, A. l'nlmor
& t-'o'.i JJt'ii Ktme, lloiinlul
LATE FOREIGN ITEMS.
! A telegram from Washington, May
1 80, to California papers, says :" No
"'-'..(!., is expected tliis session on the
nUWaiian Reciprocity Treaty."
The Eiurllsh War Department
Commission has reported the chan
nel tunnel as defensible, but sugges
ted the opening be carried further
inland, where means of defense can
be made more complete.
The French report having captured
the. citadel of Honol, the capital of
Tonquin, which was defended by
Anamesc and Chinese troops. The
cause of war against the King of
Auam, or Cochin China, as it is
otherwise styled, is not stated.
The Pond Liquor Law, just de
clared unconstitutional by tho Sup
reme Court of Ohio, imposed a tax
on each saloon ranging from 8100
to 8300, the rate being determined
by the population of the town. This
law had awakened a violent opposi
tion. Brewers had organized a posi
tive resistance to its enforcement.
The Smith bill, whiob compels the
closing of saloons on Sunday, is not
contested, as it is admitted by all to
bo constitutional. Tho three thou
sand saloons in Cincinnatti and sa
loons in other large cities in Ohio,
after a bitter opposition, now close
Advices from China Ivy the Oce
anic lead to the inference that great
political changes are impending in
that empire. The retirement of Li
Hung Chang, owing to the death of
his mother, lias given an opportunity
to his enemies to intrigue against
him. Ordinarily the days of mourn
ing by the eldest son of an exalted
personage in China aro two years,
but the Emperor can shorten the
period to 100 days. Li's enemies
want to enforce the entire period,
which would destroy his power, and
already they have degraded his
brother, who was Viceroy of Liang
IIu. It maj' happen that Li Ilung
Chang will take measures to assure
bis influence, and thereby bring
about a civil Avar. He is not a man
to submit tamely to deposition from
power; and being the most power
ful subject in the empire, he would
have a large following.
Catlettsburg (Ky.), Juno 3. A
masked mob at 3 o'clock this morii
ina; came by rail to Ashland, took
George Ellis out of jail here, took
him to Ashland, near the scene of
the murder and outrage of the Gib
bons girls last December, aud hang
ed him to a tree. Ellis was convicted
of manslaughter yesterday on an in
dictment for the murder of the Gib
Paris, June 2 In the Deputies
Barrignoli expressed the grief of Re
publicans at the death of Garibaldi.
Lcnaison reminded the House of the
help Garibaldi had offered France
in her misfortune, and moved an ad
journment as a sign of mourning.
Despite the protest of the Right the
motion to adjourn was carried by
301 to 140, amid the cheers of the
The steamer Monarch for Yoko
hama, barkcutinc Klikitat nnd
briganttnc Consuelo, for San Fran
cisco, leave this afternoon or earlv
ConiiKCTiox. Tho name of the
pitc Commander of the Champion
was not Uerc-iford, as stated by our
morning coteinporary, but George
Robert Hope tho former being tho
nnme of a hi other. An eye witness
of the accident also asserts that the
horse slipped, which was the cause
of the fall.
Tin: British, steamer Suez from
San Francisco is entering port as we
go to press. She will 'bring three
days later dates.
-HREAT Bargain For Sale Tho
vJT promises latoly occupied by G.
U. Bockley, on Liiiha. streot; ulbo
the adjoining property' with dwel
ing house on same. These places
aro favorably situated and but a
short distance from town. For-lur-ther
particulars apply to George C.
flPIIE Hawaiian .linn-mil ' Kn l-l v.
w.vii l'.i: Ai.va," owned and
edited by Kawainui Uros. j has a
weekly edition of ,'200 copies, and
i.i the best udvertibinir medium. Of-
flee, No. 0 .yen-hunt f.t.
A Fonian Score.
The latest Fenian scato is a threat
to blow up the Purflect magazine.
A man within the walla was chal
lenged by a sentry and answered
"All right, chum," and disappeared
over (he wall. The alarm bell w.ib
rung, the guard turned out, the
police quickly joined in tho search,
but no trace was found of the
mysterious being. The affair has
created a great sensation in the
locality. Another little flutter oc
curred in Leicester during the visit
of the Prince and Princess of Wales.
A drunk and disorderly man ap
proached the royal carriage and
wanted to shake hands with the
Princess, -who pushed him away with
her parasol. The magistrate gave
him seven days' hard labor. The
Prince telegraphed to the Mayor of
Leicester, requesting him to remit
the remainder of the sentence at his
and the Princess special wish. The
man was instantly released.
Brcnnan, Secretary of the Land
League, after his rcleaso yesterday
addressed a large assemblage at Kil
kenny. Ho said his real jailers were
Gladstone, Bright, Chamberlain and
the whole crowd of pseudo human
itarians aud renegade Republicans
who composed the British Cabiuct.
The funeral services in memory
of the Into Bishop Maigrct, will take
place this morning at the Catholic
Cathedral, at 9 o'clock.
The funeral of tho late Capt.
Hope will take . place this afternoon,
at half-past 4 o'clock, from the
Queen's Hospital. The escortwill
consist of the Hawaiian Troops
with the Band.
Government offices will be closed
to-day as a mark of respect to the
memory of the honored dead
Bishop Maigrct and Captain Hope.
WANTED. A live man wlthmoder
atc capital, who Is both -merchant
and accountant, can hear Of a
good business opportunity by address
ing C l !., Uulletln olllec. Principals
only. All communications strleth- con
llilentlal. " 103
"TXTANTED a young Girl, to make her
T Y self Kcmiralry useful In the house
of a lady on Maul. For particulars on
qulre at the Hawaiian Hotel, Koom No.
16, in the morning before 9 :30. 97
Trr ANTED, a quiet family carriage
YY horse, suitable for a lady to drive,
one which can be trusted for safety and
at the hainc time not a lazy beast. Ad
dress 1 O Uox 334 1)7
WANTED Uy a young man who Is
thoroughly conversant In English,
French, Spanish, .Portuguese, Japanese
and Chinese languages, a position as,
Book-keeper, Clerk or Interpreter.
Apply to J. W. ltOBKRTSON & Co. (33 lm
NOTICE. The undersigned Is now
prepared to give lessons in Spanish
or French, and any, othor foreign lan
guage, orally and scientifically, with the
most otity method to Its perfect know
Icbge, to young ladies at tho Kinder
Garten' School premises, Nuuunii -Avenue,
dally from 2 to: p. in,; and to
young men, at the, premises opposite
Queeu Emma's, from U to .10p.m.
For particulars enquire .therein, 92
V. 1). A. Marquez, Prof, of Languagos.
Trial Balance Paper.
A new lot just received by
J. W. KOBF.KTBON & Co.
G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
telephone N'j. C5. 15
WILDER & Co.,
General Agents for the
Mutual Life Insurance Oo.
of Now York,
The Largest, Safest and Most
Economical Lifo Insurance Go.
in tho world,'
Cash assets, - - over $00,000,000
For information concerning the
Company and for rates of insurance
apply to AViuwu & Co., General
Agents ; or J. E. "Wiseman, Solicit
ng Agent. . ,, . ,..71
I " T i a t '
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Have just received ,r
Ex " Forest Queen,"
2fi bblo.G. G. E. F. Flour,
100 bbls Lime,
GO cases medium bread,
10 cases coeoanut taffy,
25 cases canned corn,
10 bbls coeoanut oil,
1200 keg shocks,
20 cases light twist tobacco,
10 cases dark P. P. tobacco,
6 cases sowing machines,
20 cases boots,
5 cases American prints,
50 cases bluo mottled soap,
20 cases wosh bluo,
5Q cases sardines,
50 cases olive oil,
&c, &c, &c.
For sale by
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Juno 12. 113
1 Fine Jump-seat Rockaway;
nearly new and in perfect order, suit
able for tamily or hack business,
1 large Furniture Express Wagon,
has just been thoroughly overhauled
1 two-seated Spring "Wagon,
sound and in perfect running order.
I Light Road Sulky,
has been used hut very little, and Is
in perfect order
Also a few sets of
New Single Harness.
Apply at C. E. Williams, Purnlturo
Warerooms, 111 Fort street. 7 2w
WHAT RARE CHANCES!
Houses to Rent ! I
A beautiful house on School st, near.
Kuuauu st, with new furniture and
Kitchen utensils complete, ' rent reason
able. An elegant Cottage on King-st, ad
joining the lleformatory School and
nearly opposite S. K. Kaal's residence.
A very comfortable home on Emma
st, suitable for a nice family.
A very choice dwelling on Punchbowl
st, opposite tho Queen's Hospital. All
tho above residences are In splendid lo.
cations, and reasonable in price,, and
they will rent quick .
A beautiful house aud grounds to sell
on Berctunla st, next to W. It. Castle'
residence; house newfcontiiinHlO rooms',
with nil modem improvements. Anewly
bullt cottage 011 Pensacola st opposito
Mr. IIusslngcrNrcslduucc, to sell cheap.
2 lots adjoining, f routing on Beretania
st, and running back to Kiiuui st; sup
erior lots for building purposes. To sell
at once at reasonable price.
25 acres ol ground on Niiaanu Valley,
l'mllo abovo the Ice House,, known as
the old JtlcKeuguc l'lautatloiu Ground
and building to lease or sell; good fence
etc. Itental 8a0"a year; sellfor 83,500
on easy terms.
Several good leases to sell around
Honolulu, and other houses, cottages,
and rooms to rout.
Josevu E. Wirkmak,
Heal Kstate Broker.
27 Merchant street. 103 lw
First quality of best Arc wood
For Sale Cheap!
Either hi cord wood or cut and split to
order. K31 Alt wood delivered to
any part of tho city without
Send orders to
Enterprise Planing Mills,
71 12i Fort htie
. A new lot just received by
J. ItOUKltl'SON & Co.
27 "iVI? ij t, -H . J ''-w- f-! . "