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FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1882.
THE HAWAIIAN BAND.
Whatever dissatisfaction may have
been expressed regarding tlio sup
port of Hie military of this Kingdom,
no one objects to a liberal vote for
the support of the Royal Hawaiian
ISimd. Many thoughtful people
look unon our army, so called, nB n
useless and expensive luxury; but
. the. Biuno people consider the Band
in u different light. In fact, the
Hand while being a luxury is more
than a luxury it has become an in
dispensable necessity. Honolulu life
' would bo dull and monotonous in
deed without it, as instanced during
ils short well-enrucd annual vaca
tions. Moreover, tlio Hawaiian
Hand is public property, and every
body has an equal share in the
pleasure it affords. It is not an in
stitution for the rich or the poor, for
the native or the foreigner; but it is
everybody's institution, and every
body feels, or should feci, that it is
for everybody's good. On all
festive occasions, Saturday after
noons and moonlight nights, Mr.
Hcrgcr and his boys arc there to de
light and please. Thc.poorest nnd
obscurest person iu the land b
touched by the " voluptuous swell "
afl well as the rich and noble. "Who
is excluded ? Nobody. Not only
so, but the music so freely and bo
plentifully dealt out to the public is of
superior quality. This is often
matter of surprised- remark by
visitors from abroad. Professor
Hemer is honestly deservinjr of
genuine commendation for the satis
factory results effected by his skilful
and untiring exertions.
From the foregoing considerations
that the Band is cillcicnt, that it is
a necessity, that it is an institution
for the public bctiefit wc believe we
simply express the people's scnti-
incut when wo advoeatc continued
liberal support. Money expended
for this purpose is well expended iB
To-day (June 30) is the day ap
pointed for the execution of Guitcau.
By the schooner Haleakala we
learn that tho telephone lino from
Hilo was in working order as far ns
In the House yesterdn', during
the discussion on the Act to repeal
the law to mitigate, several of the
members made u few sensible and
laughable remarks. One of the'
members suggested that such a law
or one similar ought to bo passed,
applying to our young boys, instead
of to the girls alone, especially the
yojing mercantile clerks.
Just Received from London, one
Large Astronomical Telescope, day
and uight glasses attached, with
Tripod G feet high. One splendid
Telescope, day and night glasses
attached, with stand. For sale b-3'
llG-lw J. W. Roiiektson & Co,
t uivnicnii of 15 per
on vvaiiukit htook Is pay-
ablo at the olhYn of C. Brewer & Co
TillS DAY, June notli. lf?8.
P. C. Joniw, Jr.,
32!1 It Treasurer,
A Vest Button and Link.
'Topaz Stone" with Gold burronnd-
ing, was lost yesterday morula;;, (.Tiuh!
iJ7tli, between II qnd 1-' o'clock, between
the r,l!;elike Landing and O. West's
carriage chop. Kinder will Ito suitably
rewarded by leaving tliu same at tlilVt
dike. 127 at
I?OUNI, on Saturday last, on Hotel
. .Street, a Package of TraiMlerrlng
papers. 1 lie owner can havo the, samo
by paving pipelines anil calling at the
Bulimia (Jfllcc li!7 lw
OVXD-A Plantation Draft, which
the owner pan nuvo on proviiiL'
property ana pa.wug wr uus uuveriisu
went. Apply to
ion Mn.i,. ("J.vtTi.p. & OnoKK
Thursday, Juno 29. Tho Houso
met at 10 a.m.
Mr. Knlua offered a resolution:
That all persona' holding Govern
ment positions who have not .taken
the oath of allegiance ns required by
law, bo dismissed from further
serving under this Government.
Mr. Pilipo said for fear those
parties would learn of tho intention
of this resolution, nnd avail them
selves of the opportunity by apply
ing at the Interior Department to
take said oath, ho moved to nmend
the resolution, by inserting that the
Minister of Interior bo requested not
to take any oaths of that naturo this
. His Ex. the Attorney-General said
that he was not aware that there was
any such person in his department,
and if the Honorable members could
pick out one, ho would soon sec that
it was attended to.
The resolution passed as amended.
Mr. Pahia offered a resolution:
That the Bum of 8500,000 be insert
ed in the Appropriation Bill for tho
purpose of building a ship of war
for tho Hawaiian Government. Tho
resolution produced some very
laughable remarks from tho mem
bers. Tho motion to indefinitely
postpone was put and carried.
Mr. Kauwila offered a resolution :
That tho pay of mail carriers from
Hilo to Puna and Kau bo in
creased to 818 per week. Which
was, after some satisfactory remarks
by Mr. Kapcna, Postmoater-Gencralj
Mr. Aholo gave notico of his in
tention t6 introduce a bill, specify
ing the timo in which a laborer cah
be arrested for deserting &c.
Under tho Order of the Day, the
Act to increase tho permanent settle
ment of Her. Majesty Queen Dow
ager Emma, making it $8,000 per
year instead of $6,000, was passed
finally on its third reading.
The Act to re-organize the Board
of Health was referred to the Sani
The Act making Wniluku the
place of holding tho terras of the
Court of the 2nd Judicial Circuit
was, on its second reading, referred
to" tho Judiciary Committeo.
The Act relating to pass-ports
was, after considerable discussion,
passed with amendments on its
second reading, nnd ordered to bo
read a third timo Saturday.
House adjourned to 1 :80 p.m.
Tho Houso assembled at 1J
The Act to amend an Act amend)
;ng Sections G4, 65 and GG of the
Civil Code, allowing tho Minister of
tho Interior to grant auctioneering
licenses for each and every district
throughout the group wis next in
The Attorney-General said that he
thought this law was unnecessary,
as the law already provide that tho
Minister of Interior may Errant
licenses to any number; if ho saw
fit, for nny district,
Considerable discussion however
arose among the native members,
which resulted in tho passage of tho
bill to engrossment, to be read a
third timo on Saturday next.
The Act to amend Chap. 7 of the
Act relating to the genealogy of Ha-
Lwaiinn Chiefs was on its second
reading, referred to a special Com
mittee, consisting of lions. Aholo,
Kaunamano, Mnhoc, Palohau, and
The Act to amend section 267 of
tho Civil Code, relating to tho num
ber of Police for each respective
Island, was referred to tho Commit
tee having Police matters in hand.
Tho Act to repeal section 57 of
tho Penal Code, und abolishing tho
law to mitigate was passed to en
grossment on its second reading,and
ordered for its final reading on Sat
urday. Tho Houso then adjourned.
Editor Hullktin: In view of
tho short supply of water in town,
a'nd tho'ofTlciul regulations restrict
ing the uso of water for irrigation to
the hours from six to eight a. m. and
frqm four to six r. m., it was notice
able that water was being used f rccly
for irrigation at noon to-day iu the
yard of u His Excellency tho
Surely a good example should be
set by His Excellency : ho should
not defy tho regulations, lest others
should follow him.
Water Rate Payer.
Honolulu, Juno 29, 1882.
Is it not timo that tho Regatta
Committee for the Fourth had de
signated the time nnd place for clos
ing tho entries, also published tho
list of prizes, nnd tho courses to be
sailed nnd rowed over?
3,860 packages of sugar came to
hand sinco yesterday morning.
The Lady Larapson sails for San
The steamer James Makce for
Kapaa andKilauca, leaves this after
noon at 5 o'clock.
The bark Stella cleared yesterday
for San Francisco with tho following
cargo, 14,957 bags sugar, weighing
1,489,225 lbs., and G38 kegs of
sugar, weighing 88,008 lbs. Domes
tic value, 895,764.89.iShe sails this
Notwithstanding tho numerous
attractions last overling, Tho Music
Hall was well filled .to witness the
extraordinary tricks by Zamloch.
Hawaiian Tribo No. 1, Imp. O R
M., meets at the Wigwam, Fort st.,
at tho 7th run, 30th
Artesian Bee Works
ICE DELIVERED to all parts of the
city and suburbs at all hours of the
Orders from the other Islands prompt
ly attended to.
OUlce at W. E. Fostru's, Saddler,
Telephone No . 1 11 . 129
NEW MUSIC HALL.
A Season of
MARVEL AND MYSTERY
By requost, the evening's entertnlnmcnt
win coni'iuiio with
The Skeletons !
Rosorvcd seats at ,T. "W. Rob
ortson & Co., without
1 A rdiiTioN of tho Hawaiian troops
were out drilling last night, under
tho command of Hia Majesty the
Mn. Adams holds his Regular Cash
Sale to-day, when he will offer dry
goods, furnishing goods, groceries,
furniture, etc. Also tho stock of
goods belonging to tho estate of C.
Asett, tho lcaso of the' premises
formerly occupied by C. Ascu, with
all tho buildings and improvements
thereon. Also for violation of the
Revenue Laws, a number of cases of
Chinese goods, etc. See advertise
Mu. E. P. Adams will offer a
splendid assortment of fire works
and firo crackers, for sale to-da
The Artesian Ico Works arc now
in thorough working order, and will
commenco tho delivery of ico to
morrow. A dividend of $ 15 per share on
Wailuku Stock, will bo paid to-day
at tho office of Messrs C. Brewer &
The Band gave an excellent con
cert last evening. Tho nudienco on
this occasion was very large.
Auction Bales by E. P. Adamsl
REGULAR CASH SALE !
This Day, Friday,
June 30tb, at 10 a. in., at Sales Koom,
Dry Goods !
Furnishing: Goods !
Clothing, Bedding, and
Lot Fresh Groceries !
Cases Butter, Crates Potatoes,
Sacks Sugar, 1500 lbs Cuttle Fish, COO
lbs Arrabi, GOO lbs lllche do Mcr.
A Lot of Furniture ! !
Also, by order of the' Collector General
of Customs, for violation of the Reve
nue Laws, will be sold, the following
KSO, 10 cases Bean Cako
10 cases Eggs
10 cases Rico Sickels
10 cases Lily Flowers
10 cases Tobacco. inbond:
Aug Lorango, 1 Violincello, 1-i doz
Cordials, 1-2 doz Toilet Soap,
1 Smoker's Stand, 1 hat
BII, in diamond, No 1, 7 Chinese Earth
BN Shrigatc, 2 Books,
1 Baby's Carriage.
NM, 1 Trunk Personal EffectB
S & Co, 1 doz Patent Shackle Links
W B Winchall, 1 Drum Sheep Wash
Nit, 1 case Linseed Oil, 10 gals
V McKenzie, Hilea, 1c Medicine, 4 btls
A lot of Tea, and lc Port' Wint,.
Also, by order of Assignee's,
The Stock of Goods
Belonging to tho Estate of C. Ascu,
Denim, Cloth, Pants. Shirts, and a line
of General Merchandise.
Also, at 12 o'clock, noon, tho
Lease of Premises
Formerly occupied by C Aseu.
Situated above Engine house No. 4,
with all the improvements and buildings
thereon with the privilege of removing
the buildings at tho expiration of the
lease. The lease expires on January 1,
1883, (six months rental to that dato of
SCO due on July 1st,) and containing
the privilege of extension of 5 years, at
ttic annual rcutal of 91B0.
E. P. Adams, Anct'r.
FOURTH of JULY
npilOSE Ladies and Gentleman who
JL fuel disposed to
Assist in the Musical part
of tho programmo of tho Exercises on
tho Picnic Grounds on tho
Fourth of July,
Are cordially Invited, to
Assemble at the Lyceum
On Monday Evening Next, at 7:30 sharp
Prof. Rerger has kindly consontcd to
conduct the choruses.
John H. Paty Committeo
128 It Mvno.v Jones 1 en Music.
'jlOIt SALE, oue new Scow, capable of
- llllldlllf 10 tlllw. Ill 111- llV P. t'mirif.i!
und now In good order. For further par
tlculars apply to Tuuo. II Davikb &. CO.
A 'NEITHER thoCaritnltihor
the Agents of the German bark
Anna t'recht" will bo re
sponsible for nnv debts con
tracted by tlio crcv .J. W. Moi.i.kk,
1 19 . -Miiitcr Anna Precht.'
MUG FOR SALE.
The Brig Ninito,
Having undergnno extensive repairs;
with a good Inventory, and well found
Iu balls, rigging, &c, is now ollered for
sala. For particulars inquire of
117 A. J. CAKTWlUflilT.
IRRIGATION after this dato (Juno
yard, lSitt,) Is limited to (4) four
hours per day,
From 0 to 8 In the morning, and
From 4 to 0 in tho evening.
Permission to irrigate during moro
convenient hours wlllbcgranted on ap
plication to the Supcrintunpcnt.
Persons found irrigating except dur
ing specified hours will havo their pri
vileges suspended without notice,
G. D. Fukktii,
Supt. Water Works.
Approved : Signed, H. K. Kxai,
Minister of Interior. 121
WILDER & Co.,
Concral Agents for tho
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of Now York,
Tho Largest, Safest and Most
Economical Life Insurance Co.
in tho world, :
For information concerninc the
Comnanv nnd for rates of insurance
apply to Wilder & Co., General
Agents; or J. E. Wiseman, Solicit-
ng Agent. ix
A. JAEGEE, - - Sesident Agent
Honolulu. H. I. 71
WEST & PAGE,
Carriage iJJUl. Builders
Buggies, Carriages, Express Wagons
and every kind of vehicles
" and all kinds of repairing done.
Keeps constantly on hand and for
sale a complete stock of carriage
All orders promptly filled. 71
TTT ANTED, A competent and cxperl
T V enced man to rent or superintend,
tlio lower story of the American flotcl.
It lias been expressly designed for a
Boarding IIou.so and will bo furnished
in the latest and most convenient stylo.
No Chinese wanted. ,
Apply at No. 70 Muuuakea street, to
10 tf , Z. Y. Squiukb, Proprietor.
WANTED. A live man with moder
ate capital, who is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear of a
f;ood business opportunity bv addrcss
ugCPD., Bulletin oilicc. Principals
only. All communications strictly con
"YXTANTED a young Girl, to make her
TT self generally useful in the houso
of a lady on Maul. For particulars en
fiulro at the Hawaiian Hotel, Room No.
10, in the morning before 9 :30. 07
ITl OR SALE,
? Apply to
a MULE CART".
II. nackfcld & Co.
17011 SALK. a ntyhsh Carriage Horse,
drives double or Hingh!, perfectly
sound! also Harius and Top Buggy.
09 Apply to O. O. ItKiuiKit.
IiOIt SALE, a two-seated wagon
with pole nnd t-linftK, and n
double hnniess, nearly nuw, price
8150. ' May bo seen in rear of. No.
20 (school st. W. G. Ncedlinm. 72
lyn INSU7?ANCENhtJY Pf
Jr VyrJfJJH--JtflJ'FmlJ'Hl.'',i A'MJUl.1 nl.
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