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There i a prove: bi.tl Baying to tbc
offocr'UiuV one ik'vS " knows the
valm ol , thing untill it la lost, Lot
id kupposo our community to auake
rciiio morning nnd fiud that owing to
r. Jut, or, lot us say, the tuinbUng
owr of the tower of the Cential
Olike, tho r.cl-Tork of wires that
.pidcrweh the city were nil .down.
Whit uioss Hint would hu to r-'tnost
cvmv business man, and over so
many families ! And yet it. is only
n veiy short time since the fiist tele
phone wiic was put up in Honolulu,
uu many thought, a doubtful experi
ment. As times go, vis may Roo'n
expect to see nil important points on
tho Islands connected by,lp'e,phono,
and not a very long time' will clapw,
lot us hope," boforc tho channels b.c
tv?oon the different Island'i thiill be
wuluilaid with tho electric wire.
-,5Ab haVbccn well said by another,
there is great social aspert of this
new', industry which will materially
affect tho body politic, namely the
question of public order and tlie
pivarrvation pf tho peace. Power
of communication, between a num
ber of households means rapid com
bination ug.iinst. disorder, rapine, sor
bmglary, which no police regulations
could evor supply.; and .comparative
aid and Hecurity will bo" afforded, in
, thousands of c.vcb for which there
,b now hardly any "provision. '
Hut, let us lemembor, wtklivo in
an agc-iif'MYondcri'nl'progrcps, nnd
wo may look for gicat.iniprovemo'nls
oven in the telephone. A'Mr.,T. li.
Brook in the Journal of tho Frank
lin Institute describes a 'mechanical
telephone which, without tho old of
1uTbatjLej,,v,rtranDiits ,nnd reproduces
iiounds, loud,, clear auc. distinct, at
long, or ahoit distance. Jt consists
of a simple helix surrounding a soft
-iron core, having no magnetic con
nection, and acted upon by(a thin
-strip of iron connected with the
'north or-sduth pole f one or more
magnets. The btrip vibratcB in uni
' hon with tho liaiibtoitting or TcceiV'
inC dinphiagm by means of a felt
, cushion or ether connecting medium.
This, construction,' it ie said, consti
; tutea.a magneto-electric machine or
geperator, whereby the voice- itself
' produces tho electric' current by
which the sounds nre transmitted fto
and reproduced by a similar or cor
' responding instrument at the other
cud, of the line, there being no cur-
rent in tho lielix or on the line," ex
cepting that so prqduccd, and no
t other magnetism in the boffc iron
, core inside the former.
'J'lie Band . will give .a concert at
L f Iuima Square this afternoon,
H ' t : .. A .in .i.1;,l. &!
mencin? at 4 :3l) o'clock. Following
v, the proj-'rnmmc :
PdlonaiRo The procession Taust
lim!c William Tell lioHsinl
t invottu Modern ? 'onrfi1!
: clee:lon jumioo nnui)iu:ct...upiinou
' i' ' n atlna- T;irgorato Ta?so. . .Donl.ctti
u Wiilu The llofees , Metro
'sl j Kr.v. G. II. SmitiIj of lvohala, will
. pi-Liich the annual sermon on Homo
'TlJj tions, under the nuspicco of tho
IJv.mgeHeal Assopialion, at Fort
5 'It -'el Church, Sunday morning.
' The eteamcr BotHwell Cabtlf fails
i' ti-'daytfor Shanghai. Wioujd a su(ll-
' dent nuniber of paM.urgers be se-,
i juu'(f, 'hhe will ) to, JFiongkong!Mderablc8hvwrro;rainT-it is either
BJv'lG FOK SALE.
Tha Brig Niaitp,
uidliuie XtmM. Hj'nirfli
.'o.U i.iicnuiry, him li.unu
;m'.L t, i,h'u. o . n u'" (.!lt.ra lor
r aauuli'.iv 'uiiuiu ol
"LEGISLATIVE. ' $
Friday .Tune 10-J-bn n mispen-'
sion 01 uie lines a pctujoiu irom
Mnkawno (the Frievitnblc petitioner)
asking tint SI 500 bo placed in the
appvopiiatioh bill tor tho election of
ti statue to Ktinichnnicha" III, tlie
K3ng who ga,c .Jdancopm their
Tho committee on tho bill to pro
vide additional places lcr voting, re
ported a substitute. ' - "
, The same committee gave notice
of a bill to incioaso tho representa
tion of the people. -u , ;
Mr. A hole ieai first lime n'bhTte
inornate the nerratmept settlement
on Her Mnjcsty Queen MnViha', to
Sf100.PjX!r,iHy!n On a suspension
of the ruteaniioldll -TjH'WJosr aftw nlghtfalirbf tho numben
ordered for ivthird rcadiug.oXucs-
day next. j' p ";
The Ministor of Finnncq, laid be
fore tho Assembly an account of the
"n,"-,v-v "'"i"i "u"'. iuu
quantities, kinds nnd variation, of
intoxicating liquors imported by
Chinese, ' ' ,
Mr. F. Hrown read firefc.tirrioa
bill to regulate tbo importation of
intoxicating drinks. ' V ;
Mr. Kainakelo read first timb 'a
bill to impose a license fcc'of' $25 oh
persona carrying on tho business of
shoe-making, tailoring or snddlc
making. ., ". '
Mr. Kalu.ii in n vigorous speech,
moved to indefinitely pospoho.
Mr. Aholo satirically proposed to
amend bj' requiring a license ' by
till peddlers of poi, or fth, the
women who sells wreaths, etc. -.Lob
a clean sweep bo mado at onctvof all
industries. i '
Tho motion to indcflnitily post
pone wns carried. ' .
The Assembly went into .Commit-
tee of tho whole on tho .Appropria
tion, Bill, Hon. Mr. Kapena ia'tbfc
Chair. 4 , ! .
Having passedtho itemi in" the
D'rpartment of tho 'Tnt'ciior dbwn to
nay of Road Siiporvi8ofs'('81'i,4Qb,
wliieh was roferred'to a'select com
mittee,, recess was taken . until, :80
The- afternoon was spcinV in.. tbo
consideration of the Appropriation
Bill that part which provides for
roads ' aud bridges, frorh'llawap to
Kuuai, -being" first .in order, "and of
ebur&e, every Representative., bad
something to say about the- needs of
his own district. The bill 'as pre
sented Tjalls for the exponditmresof
about 8200,000' for these two items.
In fact, honorable- mernbera felt so
much tho importance of this branch
of;lhe bill, that they passed it.ovor
for the present, and considered the
items which' followed. On Govern
ment -physicians, &c, there werb
borne Very sharp things-said, about
thf practice o'f those'wh'o have h'eld
these posts in the past. After
lengthy discussion, tho whole subjpqt
of the -public health was 'referred to
a select committee, .cohsistinir -of
Messrs. Gibson, Kalua, Pilipo-, Ii
namapo andT Cleghornri Adjoupncd,
. 4,606 packagejB-of sugar caraoito
hand this morning.
Tnn -schooner -Rosario arrived at
Knhuhfi lasbHunday, 15"fidaya from
Humboldt. i a , r v
' 'The bark ,Cyane sailed for San
Francisco ypstckUyfrom' Kahului.
' T'nn port iff getting bare of ship
ping again. ,
Tiib races, at Kapioloni Park com-
roenco ald.r.utbis day,
TiiniiB was,'a.'large attendance of
natives to .hcar'JMLr.. Hallcnbcck at'
Kawaiahao lasfevdning. , " r
. r" '. '( , .
Tub. raiseionary packet Mornintr
Star sails for Micronesia next Mon
day. . . , ,
KTRr.KT CujAjjiKa.-Tho great anil
constantly' 'incroasing' 'nmptint,,of
travel by vohiiulea on our" streets.
rchultsj inrthe rppid accu,raulation pf
dust aud rubbish, that becomes un
pleasantly apparent1 whenever there
h, either a hiKb;,drv wiud.'Orn colv
ejoyds of'tliist". or" Bloiiglis of mud
tiy can't -we hnvea legtllar system
of ntreet'clenQing.'like'other civiltrec
(ointtrifflJ-h sweeping ' machine, for
instance? la it because wo have no
city government? i
.' Slcetches -inade by Mr. Maske
lyne'H Autcmaton Zoe. For sale bv
U6-J v, J. AV. RouEiniu.N & Co.
uQUcttson jropb9e9.tle.t our IslanM
rtroliome'ra-tllixviil-a pcop rit the
1 o,cloek?J"'wcatlicrs pennitting,
f htDugii tlu noy nnd,jM)werful tele
' s l V r l . 1 t
suupu tviucu lie nas reccuiy ruceivcu
from the maker in London. It is
well untforstooitfrmt tlio"plaif(?t'Jdp1
ter witlif his.j.inoons is favorably
situated for being interviewed just
i ; ... .,,;
now to say notning or tne comet
which requires to bo, lc-discovcrcd.
VSbfcAtiriat tKvtKis. hr Wo bear
much complaint Irom parties living
in tho hiiburUSj whb have occasion
fr nnmn tn town nnd rfihirn snmi.
of loose horses that nro often found
on tho roadB't'OfXdprk? night it'i
IIIUIU 111UU IIIUIUJV'UIBHL'ICIWIUH: lb IS
dangefous Jo drive tho family ,oar
Tiugo among a lot of loose horses or
cows. It is cleHily unlawful to turn
animals adrift on tho public roads,
and it is tho dut, as it iB to .the
pecuuinry advantage of tho country
policb to take" up nil such eslrays.
The Band give an extra" concert at
tho Hawaiian Hotel, on Monday evc-
l Jl ! 11 I
Real Estate I
t ,' ; M Ruction. - ,
T 'am instructol todffeil at. .Public
This Day, Saturday
Juno 17th, 1882, at 12 it., "
at my salesroom',
6 Lots "bn tho Kulaokahua Plains,
situated at tho corner of 'King,
"Kecaumoku and Younpr sts.
i-Lots on tae-southern makai .corner
. of Beretanm and FuUoi sts.
Also, those very desirable corner
lots on the "south-corner Bere
tania and PUrJcJibowl sts. ' ' ''
C fine" IJota adjoining tho property
of Dr. J. M. Whitney.
A1bO( 1 lot corner of'Btnghp.m and
; Motcalf Streets, '
li hdule Ipsr, commencing from the
"corner of Motcnlf st and run-
, ning west on Boretania. street.
1' piecd of land on Lnnalilo st, with
all the buildings the're6"n,known
1 desirable building lot, adjoining
, abpve on tho corner of Penea-
.cola and Lunalilo street;. '
1 Lot nupibered Sl Qn Gqv.'t MapJ
on Pensacoln- street .
1 piece of land in Manoa, containing
05-100 of an.acro.
AIbo, that piece or parcel of land on
',the corner .of Hotel and Nuu-
aiu streets, ' known as tho In-
fernntional Hotel will bo offered
" at the upset price of $40,000.
1 Gasoline "Machine and '2 .largo
" Chandeliers in -Empire Saloon.
E. P.'Adams, Anct'r.
VALUABLE PROPERTY I
In Manoa Valley. '
' am instructed by Frank Rllva, Esq.,
to dffcr at publlo miction,
Junp.nth', at 2 o'clock noon,
At Sales Koom, tfic follow lng .
Valuable Ee'al Estate
In llauoa. Valley, namcly't
Lot No. I:
Thi)t certain pl'c'ca of land in Manoa
granted to'Chaal Knrnanta'by lloyal
yatfnNo. 200, and liilly dd3Prlbetl
tUerpln, containing an-areaofl 12 -;i-4
acres." ' ..
Lot ri'o. 2-' : '.,.
"Tliat'pWM of land In Manon,.being
a part of Vpnna 1 andi of Aanaa
of Iloyul I'ntent No. -1520, nnd con
taining an-aieaof about 35 1-4 acres
w;IthJnll 'the 1ulMltig8 abil Improve
'fhipnts' (hiiredi." Yv -
Lot No. 3'
That -m tnl n piece of landdn Innon
granted hy IUquI l'.itont No. 20J to
Moovad more paillculaily tlcpcill)
ed therein, conlalnlnj,' 8 1-10 acrtE.
Lo.t Wo. 4-
That certain pieco'of land In Mnno.i
Kiaiiteil by Ho'yal ralont No. 201 y
" Knpottliualnli ilnu, coutnl.ulng an
area of il OJ-IO'J acres,
Por further ptutleulsr3 a!)ply to J. M;
D.nldaon, Heq , Attorney; or tit
u. r. AiAMi, uct'r.
Mn. IALi.ffiNBEcic has fulltf'rc-
covered his health 'ftndtrengthy and
will positively begipi his Gosjiel
Mcptino ' at 'Etrt street Church,
Sunday evening."" Siflijocf of Bcr
mon, I am tho way." Gospel
llyiuna.willbojUBftd. T s r
xiikuk is to oc a ounuay iscnooi
celebration to-day of the natives
ProVesfant Cliurehcs'of ' this -Island,
at Katjinakapili ,
The adjourned annual meeting of
the " Cousins Society,' will bo bold
in tho Vestry, of Poet- Street Qhurcli,'
this evening at soven o'clock.
It is safe to say, that another such
an opportunity to secure a nice
homestead, iti'a'vcry desirable local
ity, as is offcicd to-day by Mr.
A;dnm's (scC"advertisement) -is not
likely over to occur agaiu iu this city.
5 " ' i a
' 'TnB ''Assembly yesterday) by a
vote of 22 to 19, struck out tho ap
propriation for Kapiolam Park: It
is hoped however, that the vote will
bo rS-considcreti, before tho bill is
finally passed. t
Just Received from London, one
Large Astronomical Telescope, day
and-cnightr glasses attaclied, with
Jl"ripod 6 feet high. A3n(y splendid
Telescope, day and nigut glasses
attached, with stand. For sale bv
llG-lwj 'v .LW.fRoufiiiTsbi.:&,po.
1 -T ; " - " , " -'
' . ' i 'JUNE 17th, 1882,
Commencing at Three 0'Clock.
General Garfield will run to beat tbc
best time ever made on tho lTawailan
Islands. A single dash of one mils,
for.ARnn. ti nilrs.
The twq-ycar-old, na'mfed 'Qovr'Domlbls
yill run against -the' eelohrated Ha
waiian bred horse Staadford Colt; 5a
single daih, oilc-bali mile, for tho
benefit ot the public.
The celebrated' trottlnjr maro Coanette
will endeavor to beat Oliver's best
time, 2 :34 1-2, for 3250.
The celebrated paeine: horso JTisbcrmau
is roatcticd to pace against tlje trotting'
uorso joe; one lime ana repeat, jtor
the sum of 8100.
The celebrated htalllon King William
will give an exhibition of speed.
Mr. Doj-lo has.matclicd his saddle horso
named Dick against Mr. Hy. Webb's
saddle- horso narqod Beauty, for the
sum of $100,lor half a mile and re
peat, to rulc3. - U6
Kahului Rail Road Comply,
(Iiimited Liability.) ' "
AT a meeting of tho Stockholders of
the Kahului Ball Ioad pe-mpany
hcrd'at tho 6fllee of Ihe companyat Ka
hnlui, Maul, June 3rd, 1832, tha.follow'
ing offleers were electeiTto hold .oftlce
for one year and unt.ll tlieu successors
are elected, namely ' j
Thomas H. Hdbron, Pteldont; .Bes-
dence, Kahulul',"Maui i
TCilUi)tnH. Bailey, Treasurer; Wai-
. hifciiMatil. ,, I,'. '
"Vllllhm O. SmUh, Secretary; Hono-
,luVi; Oahu. V";.i .
And said officers respectively acceptod
office. . if -' !. A ' V ?.-,
William O. Smith,
Secretary, KahnfUl BalMtdad Co.
Kahului, Maui, June a, 8,82.. . y 11G lw
Dr. De -Fries,,
Tho Doctor has ipst ret,urnellv from a
tour ni.ouud'the Islands,, and holds llat
tci lng recommendations from numerous
manageri and prlv-iQ jOwnors.QWiOMes
for lua skill and capabilities In curing
all manner of dlscauea and complaints
A. T!n'. TlniP Fttnrli. HnrlnTillll ll.Clm
WW W ....f, V.W.V, .....W.V(... .V ...
JOHN RUBSKLLAtloAiey at Law,
OMlec, corner of Ifost and Merchant
streets (up stairs) ' 115 tini
WANTED.A llvo wan with moder
ate, capital, -lio Is both (mer
chant and' accountant, can hear of a
go.od buBiness, opportunity by addtcsfc-,
inuCP'l)., Bulletin 'omce.'Plncjpals
only. All communications strictly con
Jttlojitlal. t 105
TTTANTED'a-young Glrl.toTnake hcr
M solf genut-ally useful In the house
of a lady on Maul. Tor particulars, en
quire ut the. Hawaiian Hotel', Bourn No.
10, lu tho inoniiiix bfore 9 :'J0. 07
rpQ LKT, A room lu a pleasantly situ
JL litttl locality. Ten uitnute6 walk
ftoci tho Post office Apply to t
U5 J. W. Koubutuon Co.
Gernmii bark Stella.
jjmistblo for anyjdtbts.voutnutcd by Iho
Ciowoisaiu vus-svi. "
II. N. J. Kommrr, Master.
115 lw Gasti.e & Cookh, Ag'ts.
Tliu Gcuminbaik.Stolla, from
Xcw York, will conimeneo
Consignees are requested to pay freight
nnd rc&clYo onlcrs.
115 lw Castle & Cooku, Aent9.
.--Thci- bark Edward" May
from Liverpool, will com
mence iinl6adlng to-morrow, coniig
necs are requested to pay their freight
and receive orders. '
G. "VV. MacFarlAhe & Co.,
114 . . ' . .. -Agents.
' Ha c jiist received
,Ex "Forest Quen,V.
j 25bb!loG.,G.'lS..F.Flour, .1
1 100 bbls Litno, " .. . , i
i ' . . i , -
60 oases medium bread,, '
d0 cases cocqauut taffy," .,
25 casca oannod born, . '
10 bbls" cocoanut oil,
1200 keg shooka ,"' " . 't ' t
20 cases right twist tobacco,"
10 cases dark P. P..tobacco,
b'cases sowing machines, " '
20 cases boots, .
.6 cases American prints,
60 cases bluo mottled soap,
20 cases wash blue, ... .
50 cases sardines,
50 oases olive oil,
-.&c, &a, $o.
For sale by ,s
H. HACKFELD & Cv
'.M ,N -A- ..
vl:; -6r,ie; r f
1 Fine Jump-seat Eookaway,
nearly now and Imperfect order, sult
ablo for tiiniily'or hack buBlncsa.
1 'large Farnitnr e lxpresa 'Wagon, '
has just boen thor'ouehlY overhauled
, y and painted.
1 tw'aeated Spring Wagon,
cound.and in perfect running oraet.
I Licrht Road Sulky.
U iihas Deen,uBd b'uf veryllttlo,' and la
, . mponcci eracr.
Also a few seta of !' '
ISTe'W' Single Harness.
Apply, at'p:.E..'WllUania,-,i Furniture
Ware'rooms; HrJFort'streeV;''" 97 2w
. a ,,'. -t,M '""
Will be paid for information that
willAlead tp the conviction of
whoever maliciously' cut' the tail
feathers off, and plucked the back
andbreast feathers out of a Peacock
belonging to me. A further reward
of $10 will be paid'ior information
leading to- the'cdpyiptigivof whoever
stole 8 Pcachicks about a month old,
belonging to mo, .fr'orn'Pawaa on
Wednesday .tho 21th ulto. ' '" '
' T-' Geo. II. Luck.
Pawaa, Little Britain, June 9, 1882
i ,' ", ; ' ..
NOTICE. Thefniidoreignod 'la now
.prepared to give lessons In Spanish
or French, 'and any other iforelgn lan
guage orally and scicntltlcally, wltlj the
inostjeasy method to Us perfect' kno.v
lebgeito young ladle? , at" tho Kinder
Garton School premk.es, Nudanu Ave
nue, dally from 2 to 8 p.m,j and to
young moa.j'at. the -preipls.es opnoalte
Queen Emma's from'9 to -lOiplro. (1 '
ior paittculars enfltiirp tncicin, ,. s.
1 1). A. Marquez,Prof. of LuiikUhkos
..G. II. UOBERTSpN,
a Diayman best tcarai
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edited by. .Ivawainui (15ros.V, has a
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