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SATl'lMAY. .II'.VK LM, 1882.
Af'cr hnv'mg been in hoshioii now
nearly two months with lint n small
record of work done, our Legislators
are confronted with two measures
that have been each ho mud) talked
of, in different sections of tin com
iilunity, and are ouch ho radically
diffetent one from the other in every
respect, that the -Legislative situ
ation is about to become interesting,
nt last. The two measures to which
we refer are A National Loan, and
a-Prohibition Law. There are two
loan bills before the Assembly, the
one introduced by Mr. Lahihihi,
authorizing the borrowing of Ten
Millions, and another by the Attorney-General
providing for the issu
ance of bonds for an aggregate sum,
not to exceed Two Millions. The
discussion of these two measures
will doubtless take up much time,
and. a great deal or eloquence
"and wisdom will bo venlillatcd
hy the honorable members from
Molokini and Kuhoolawc in regard
to financial matters; but we venture
the prediction that the Inst nmned
bill will- be the one to pass. Then
in regard to the liquor business
there arc two prominent bills before
the House. One, brought in by
the Hon. Mr. Kaunsmuno, is identi
cal with a bill which was passed hy
thu Assembly in 1880, but which
failed for some reason to be ap
proved by the King. It removes
the restrictions on selling or furnish
ing to natives, and permits the issu
ance of licenses for other places
than Honolulu. The bill of the
Hon. Mr. Rice, which was intro
duced yesterday, is to all intents and
purposes a prohibitory law. Spiritu
ous liquors are to be imported only
-by Government, and to bo used,
under special license only for medi
cal, mechanical, scientific or reli
pc'nus purposes. lietwcen debt and
; drink two demons the Assembly
has now something to do. Let1 us
sec, what we shall see.
After a week of seriousness with
IJnllenbeck it will be a harmless
dissipation to go and see Zamloch
It is reported that Mr. Clans
Sprecklcs has purchased from Her
Highness, Ruth Kcelikolani, a Mlrgc
tract, almost an entire square, of
land bounded by Queen and Mer
chant Streets, on which he purposes
to make valuable improvements.
Wnv don't people trim their trees?
was the question asked us the other
day, by some one who had narrowly
escaped getting his eyes put out by
an overhanging branch on the side
walk Our answer was.Uie old one
Jt is everybody's business to attend
to such matters, juld therefore no
body's. Wo added, by way of n
joku,.. a recommendation to go and
, complain to the Marshal.
J: OST, yi-stcrday, between A ami 5
- o'clock, a small parcel coiitHlnliii
l.incn, elc. Anyone returning same to
JMO, srs(i. W. Muefnrliiiic & ro. or Mrs.
Us .Miicfurhmc will he suitably rewarded
tfpt FOUND, a Jlule, owner can
vpa lum;smnc by proving property
-JU5i. iiini paying expenses and dani-w,n-i.
Apply to H..J. Lr.vi:v,
i2Mw at A. W. Bush, Fort street
..piiI'M), Three Coupons whleh the
.Ai owiin' can have by proving pro
perty anil piyhi'; expenses of ilifs ad-vertli-eim
n; to .:. W.ltobcitMMi 4 do.
'j.'.O'.W'D-A J'liiuiutiou JUnit. which
X: tin oner van have on proving
jiiiper.y Mid pii.vin,' for ill's adwrllsc
nieiit. .pplj to
J'Jd .W.SIS. ('ASTJ.E & C'OOKK.
i . 1. 1 ,il -lilt Heivtiinia stict't, n largo
i Mi i , , uliirii tln iiwuur can Ii.ivi; I
m',ioih,j ;iii )rr.v,aiid p.iyhif" for tills ,
nili 'iivJiieui. Apply at tin I'amiikov
Ktaji-ks. l-'O yi
Fihiay, .Tune. 23. Mr. Ilia
first time his bill entitled "An Act
to regulate the use of intoxicating
drinks." Ordered to be printed.
Mr. Lahilahi offered a resolution
4 i. ...... t.. i. At!..!.. -
, Finance be instructed to pav Kcpro -
j sentatives the sum of S2.'euch, to
make up the sum of S.IOO, in ac
cordance with the, amendment of
Article of! of the Constitution, as
passed by the House
The Minister of Foreign Affairs
suggested that the Assembly should
defer thcconsidcintion of this resolu
tion until the Attorney-General was
Mr. Kaluasaid that the Attorney-
General hncl been inquired of in re
gard to the force of the nmcndmeJH
in question, but his reply had not
yet been received. Tho resolution
was laid on thu table, until the
Attorney-General's opiuion thereon
shall be hud.
Mr. I'alohau gavo notice, of inten
tion to introduce a bill to amend
Sections 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, of Chap
ter 9 of tho Penal Code, " Assault
The Attorney-General having en
tered, the subject of Mr. Lahiluhi'sj
resolution was "resumed. Mr. Pres
ton stated that the Constitutional
provision was uumistakeablc, that
"no increase of compensation of
Representatives shall take effect
during the year in which it shall
have been made.'
A livtly and exciting discussion
ensued on the question of the rejec
tion of the resolution, which was
eventually carried by a vote of 2(J
Mr. Keau offered a resolution to
the effect, that a select committee
be appointed to wait on His Majesty
the King and inform him that the
Legislative Assembly stand ready to
be prorogued at the hour of 12
o'clock noon, tomorrow.
The question was put on this reso
lution, and resulted in, noes 2( aych
At the reassembling of the House
after luncheon, Mr. I'alohau moved
to reconsider tho vote indefinitely
postponing the resolution requiring
S2f)0 more for pay of Representatives
A heated discussion ensued, " in
which the Minister of the Interior.
Mr. Kapena, and Mr. Aholo took
part, upon the conduction of which
the motion waB negatived by a voto
of 20 to 18.
The Assembly went into,. commit
tee of the whole' on the order of tlie
day, the Appropriation Bill. After
getting as far as the. Deputy Collec
tor General of Customs, whose sti
pend was reduced from $5000 to
4000 for the two years, the Commit
tee rose and the House adjourned.
The Band will give1 'a concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at i :30 o'clock. Following
is the programme :
March David and Absalom. ..Lnnghust
Qvcrturc Fcstl vul .' Jinch'
Finale Bellsurlo Donizetti
Selection Bohemian Girl '(now') . . Halfc
Waltz Now Vienna . . . ; Strauss
Polka Leopohlluc. . .'. PacjUe
The Band will give .a Moonlight
Concert' at the Hawaiian Hotel next
Monday evening, and at Emma
Square on Tuesday ,and Thursday
evening of next week.
The person who borrowed the
native version of the " Constitution
and Laws of tho Hawaiian Islands;"
Established in the Reign of Kame
hnnieha III, 1842, from Mr. Cecil
Brown's office, is requested to re
turn tho same. 124 lw
Tiik water course that for v week
ran down Alakca street from tho
artesian well on tho Hotel premises,
Iiiik dried up. It seems that there
was a fracturo'in tho pipe, somo 12
or more feet below tho surface.
Thc accumulated -water has been
Dimmed out and. the ilnfoi.t. mmwln.l
i:.w.u i...!....- i..,., .. ' ;.
iii-n an- ui;ill JIIIU lO CUTfy 1110
new water supply all over tJio Hotel.
Boards of. Health.
Mil. Kimiit ir-L find the follow-
, "-' statement in the 'Weekly Adver-
' . .... . ...
nffr oi anturciay last: " income
i "tr" there ore numerous Hoards
of ircnlth, over whom, however,
80111C Minister is nhvnvs sunrcnip."
' That " oino countries there arc
! lnerous Boards of Health " cvery-
body knows, but that over those
Hoards "some Minister is always
supreme is not correct. The Ad
vertiser has cither purpo'clv pcr-
' yertcd o truth, oris imperfectly
informed. As the article n noted
from is a plea for "the "absolute
control of everything" by Ministers,'
the writer may have considered that
the perversion of truth strengthened
his position. If he is really ignorant
?t ,thc cf 3tenCfi f Wl of Ilealf
inuL'uiiuuui oi .uiiusicriai coniroi,
he would be enlightened by reading
Professor Irving's " British Consti
tution," and he would learn that
there are Hoards of Health entirely
independent of Ministerial control.
Tho Adccrtixcr'a notion of eonccn-
trated control is, a backward step of
a half century, or more. The
modem "march of ideas," amoug
all enlightened people and in all con
stitutional countries, is towards de
centralisation of power and division
of control. Fueedoji.
Sketches made by Mr.' Maskc-
lyne's Automaton Zoe. For sale by
1 lG-lw J. "W. Roiiektson- & Co.
A union Gospel Service led by
Mr. Hallenbeck will be held at Fort
Street Church Sunday evening.
Song-service,'begins at 7:15. Seve
ral new songs will be used.
Mjw. Pty has kindly consented
to sing at Fort Street 'Church, Sun
day morning. " The Three Crosses "
will be the themo of Mr. Cruzan's
Di'itiw) the month of ApriMast, a
lot of 'packages of Chinese goods
worn received here ex steamship
Zcalandia, but the consignee did not
turn up, nud the packages were
stored in the Custom House. Yes
terday, the advertised time having
expired, these goods were examined,
and it was found that in the lot were
over a thousand packages of opium
more than 812,000 worth, at-San
Francisco prices! Here is a " topsail
haul " for the Customs guards.
The " Gospel Temperance "
meeting at the Fort street Church
was largely attended last evening,
and the services, both in the primary
and the subsequent meeting, were
deeply impressive and interesting:
The scries of revival meetings will
he resumed on Sunday (to-morrow)
evening, under the leadership of Mr.
Auction SaleBbyE.P. Adams
SCHOONER FOR SALE I
Wednesday, June 28th,
At 10 a. m.,
In front of Messrs t. It. Foster & Co's
Ulllce, I will offer for sale tho
Hull of the schooner
Also, the anchor, chains, sails, rigging
spars, bout, &c ,
Which will be sold In lots to suit
K. P. Adams, Auct'r.
WATER I WATER!
THRKJATJON after, this date (Juno
j. iu, iboz,; is uniireu to m four
hours per day,
From 0 to 8 in tho morning, and
From 4 to 0 in the evening,
remission to irrlerato diirini? miirn
convenient hours wlubo granted on ap-
uir.ii.iuii 111 mo niipcriuicnptuu.
Persons, found Irrlirntlriir exceot dur
ing speellied hours will have their pri-
vl leges suspended without notice.
. r" V- VM'KTU,
Rupt. Water U'orks.
Approved: Signed, S. IC. K.t.w,
Minister of Intel lor. 121
Tub first or our Ifimolulu artesian
wells, that of Mr. Mnrqucz, has, we
' recrct to say, shown signs of giving
out during 'the post few dayH, nl-
though that of Mr. Dillingham in
tho immediate' ncighboihood, ap
pears to be fiowing with undiminish
ed volume. There mny be some as
yet unexplained reason for tiio
failure, or partial failure of the
former well, connected wtth the
system of construction f hut it may
be proper for us to remember that
tins island is but a vcnuioio pin
head ' on the surface of the Pacific
Ocean, and that we have not any
great amount of terrestrial backing.
Mn. Fhiikl has a grand opening
of Parisian Hats, Milincry andFancy
Goods, to-dny. Read his advertise
ment. Next Friday .is tho day appointed
for the execution of Guitcau.
Just Received from London, one
Large Astronomical Telescope, day
and night glasses attached, with
Tripod fi feet high. One splendid
Telescope, day and night glasses
attached, with stand. For salo by
TlG-lw J, W. RonuKTSOx & Co.
NEW MUSIC. HALL.
-.lathe Erosenco of
His Majesty the King
And Members of
The Royal Family.
For a Short Season
Saturday, June 24th, 1882.
A. Soason of
MARVEL AND MYSTERY
Prices an usual:
J5" Reserved seats at J. W. Rob-
ortson & Co., without
Shirts and Hosiery,
Fancy and Hluo Flannel Shirts,
White Shirts in great variety,
Imported expressly for this market,
78 lw A. S. (Jlogliom & Co,
nnilK Hawaiian Journal, " Ko Ha-J-
waii P.u Aina,' owned and
edited liy Kawainm JSroH. ; has n
weekly edition of 3,200 copies, and
is tho best advertising medium. Of
fice, No. 0 Merchant st. 3
j Oim readers will have noticed the
'advertisement ill the last four jlssues
, of the'Ruf-irnx,) signed by jl. A.
Hcen, respecting the loss of a num
ber of drafts for money,' and'eash.
We arc informed by a letter which
Marshal Parke has received from
Sheriff Newton, at Lnhnimi, dated
June 21st, thai a boat-boy, named
Kcle Mnkckau, on that day brought
to him a purse containing the afore
said money and drafts, which Mr.
Hcen must have dropped in the boat
on his way to the steamer.' Tho
honesty of this Hawaiian should bo
remembered in his favor.
With the vision before our eyes
of a vote of expulsion from the re
pertorial scat in 'the Assembly, wo
yet dare to assert that the resolution
calling for an extra two hundred and
fifty dollars for the Representatives,
was a simple attempt-to grab.
4855 packages of sugar came to
hand since yesterday.
NEITHER the Contain nor
tho Agents of the German bark
Anna Precht" will bo re-
soonsible for anv debts con
tracted by tho crew. J. W. Mollkk,
1 1 9 Master u Anna Prccht.' '
XOTfCH is h.roby given .that
neither tlu Mnatnr nr Afroi.t
of the German bark Stella,
from Vilv Vftv4r tl11 ha --
-- -.... A.rm . .1.1. u CO"
ponsible for any debts contracted by the
crew of said vessel. -
II. N. .T. Sommkh, Master.
115 lw Castle & Cooke. Af'fa.
The German bark Stglla, from
jeiv lort, will commence
dlsehanrlnir tolnv. .Tnno IJ
Oonslirnees are rcniii'ntril tn nv fpolirViir
and reeelvo orders.
115 lw Castle & Cooke, Agents.
The bark Edward May,
from Liverpool, will com
mence unloading to-morrow, ctjnsig
neas are requested to pay their freight
and receive orders.
G. W. MacF.viu.ane & Co.,
BRIG FOR SALE.
The Brig Ninito,
Having undergone extensive repairs:
with a good Inventory, nnd well-found
in sails, rigging, &c.."is uowotlercd for
sals. For particulars inquire of
117 A. J. CAnTWitwrrr.
FOR SALE, AFAS1
sailin; Sail Boat, is In
good condition and has mast,. sail, oars
sc, complete. For particulars apply
120 lw to J. w. JKobeutson & Co.
M. "W. McChesnev & Son,
Proprietors Honolulu Tannery ;
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceries, I'rovislons
71 Salt, etc., etc., etc.
NOTICB to . Contractors The plan
and specifications for the proposed
new building of the Y. M. C. A. of Ho
nolulu can be seen at the onice- of C.
Brewer & t 'o. Sealed Tenders for tho
construction of thesame will bo received ,
by the Building Committee up to 12
o'clock noon ot WcdncKilay, June 28th,
18S2, at the office of (!. Brewer & Co.
Satisfactory guarantee for faithful
performincc of eoutract must be' fur
nished by IUom bidding for the job.
Tlie Building Comnnttco rcscn-es tho
right, of rejecting any or all bids.
P. C. Jonkk, JK.,
J. 11. Aktiicuton,
C. M. COKK,
Building Conunlttee Y,M. C. A.
WANTED, A competent 'and expert,
euccd man to rent or superintend
the lower story of tho American Hotel.
It has been expressly designed fora
Hoarding House and will be furnished
in the latest and most convenient style.
No Chinese wanted.
Apply' at Mo. JO Mauuakca street, to
120 tf Z. V. SiiuiitKSp Proprietor.
WANTED. A live man.wlth moder
ate capital, who is both mer
chant and uccouutant, can hear of a
frood business opportunity by nddrcss
ngOl'l)., Bulletin office.- Principals
only. All coramunlcatlous (strictly con
lldentlal. ' ' 105 '
VTrANTED a young Glr, to make her
YY self neutrally useful in the house
of a lady on .Maul. For particulars en
quire at the Hawaiian Hotel, Hoein No..
Hi, In tho rooming before 0:30', l7
rpo IjKT, A room In a ple.isimtly situ
X ated locality. 'Ten minutes walk
from the P, t ulllce. Apply to
t J, V. KollKIITSO.V.A Co.
.-& jiJ'-'. .C.