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SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1882.
THE LIQUOR BILL
The proposed '' Act to regulate
the Snlo of Spirituous Liquors,"
w hti-li is now on its second reading
in tho Assembly, nnd which, it is
thought by those who profess to bu
uoipminted with the tone awl temper
of the innjority, will be passed, is
of Pa important n character that we
herewith give a summary of its
Section 1. Ropeals nil former leg
islation on the subject of the sale of
intoxicating drinks, including the
prohibition to untlve Ilawniians.
2. Dcllncs what arc "spirituous
liquors," viz. : " All liquor of nn
Intoxicating nature," excepting per
fumery, bona fide, and medteinc.
3. Licenses not transferable.
4. Fine not exceeding So00 for
manufacturing for solo any intoxi
cating drink, or imprisonment not
exceeding two years. Distillation
also forbidden, except to Bugor mills
0 and 7. Pertaining to fines and
forfeitures for illicit distillation.
8, 9, and 10. Wholesale licenses
11 to It. Retail licenses; nnd
therein " IJis Majesty in. Council
iuay authorize the Minister of the
Interior to grant and issue licenses
for the vending of spirituous liquors
at retail outside- of the limits of the
city of Honolulu."
1C. Form of bond by licensee,
much the same as at present.
21. ' No holder of a llcenso shall
either in his house or any of the np-
purtenju'ccs thereto, supply any
spirituous liquor to any person in n
tate of intoxication, under a pen
nlty for uneh offense qf any Bum not
less than hfty nor more than two
hundred and fifty dollars. And if
any such intoxicated person remain
uiorc than three hours on such pre
miscs, the holder of such license
shall in each such case bo liable to
the bame penult'."
25. Liquor debts not collectible.
2(3. Prohibits pawns or pledges
28. Selling adulterated liquor
2'J. Peddling liquors flneablo.
30 to 33. Regulations nnd pen
nlties as to illicit selling.
31 and 35. Re-cnncW tho " Civil
87. Intoxicated persons liable to
arrvst und a fine of 810 for entering
a liquor saioon, or not going out
i)8. Persons found drinking on
any licoubed premises during prohi
bited hours or Sundays, liable to the
eurno ponally as the keeper of the
89. This Act shall tako effect and
become Law on the 1st day of Sep
The following ore extracts from
an editorial in a recent number of
the S. F. Bulletin on " Blaine's
American Policy," as set forth in
his letter to Gen. Comly, to which
allusion has been made in all the
pnpors of this city.
' The lack of color in tho foreign
policy of the present Administration
is more marked in contrast with the
fervid Americanism which pervades
all of Mr. Maine's State papers. In
none of these is his comprehensive
American policy more distinctly
ritated than in the letter to the
American Minister .to the Hawaiian
Islands, just published. Mr. Ulniiio
does not enter into n dollar and-cont
d'lHmiK.qinn ua to thn rcmiltn of tho
' Reciprocity treaty between the United
ates aud the Islands, but estimates
value of tho treaty from n much
higher standpoint. The Islands arc,
in a broad qense, a part of the
American Bystcm. They occupy the
same position to tho Pnrific Coast
which Cuba docs to the Atlantic.
Thirty ycurb ago Mr. Everett, then
Secretary of State, addressed a note
to the British nnd French Ministers,
in which ho declined to enter into
the trlimttitc alliance which had
been suggested in regard to Cuba.
Mr. Blalno makes this note n prece
dent for a similar policy in regard to
the llawniian Islands.
Mr. Blaine's grasp of tho American
system is comprehensive, but not in
tho least unreasonable. If Mr.
Everett could writo as he did in
1852 about Cuba, Mr. Blaine, thirty
years later, should be equally nble
to maintain a like position about the
Hawniinn Islands. Tho questions
aro so nearly parallel that if the
letter of Mr. Everett is approved
nnd tho letter of Mr. Blalno con
demned, the cause for these two
conflicting verdicts must bo looked
for in the changed tone of the
American people. We do not be
licvo, however, that the people are
less positive iu national sentiment
now than in 1852. The change, if
one has taken place, is in the char
acter of the two Administrations
At the expiration of President
Arthur's term tho foreign policy he
has adopted will conio up for con
sideration. If the people approve it,
there will then bo some ground for
the assumption that the national sen
timent of the present day is less
positive than that of thirty years
Friday, July 28. Mr. Kalua
offered a resolution inserting in the
Appropriation Bill the sum of $5000
iu aid of the funds of Punahou Col
lege, and supported tho proposition
in a vigorous bpecch
Mr. Isenberg moved to reject, on
the ground that all other indepeud'
t-ut bchoolb would bo entitled to
i.iaiilar a-id. The resolution was re
erred to tho Committee on Educa
The Committee on Public Health
reported on a petition from Hono-
lulu respecting the keeping of stables
within tho city limits, recommend'
iiig that the some be referred to the
President of tho Board of Health.
Mr. Knulukou moved that the
consideration of the Appropriation
Bill, which would come up as unfin
ished business, bo deferred to
another day, ou account of the ab
sence of the Minister of the Interior,
who was confined at home, unwell.
Tho motion was negatived, and tho
reading of the Bill was proceeded
with. The item in the Department
of the Interior were read aud passed
without alteration, up to about two
thirds of that division, when, the
hour of noon having arrived, the
Assembly took a recess.
lhc afternoon session was oc
cupied with rending and pausing tho
items in the Appropriation Bill, with
occasional debates. It seems odd
to have to report that, although so
munificent in giving money for ob
jects of questionable utility, yet the
majority struck out the item for a
lighthouse on the coast of South
Kona, aud also one for the harbor
of Nawiliwill, ICnuai.
A number of Hems were
Increased, as follows: Salary
of Postmaster General, from
S7000 to 88000; Roads in Koolau-
lou, from 85000 to 87000; Govern
ment Physicians, from 830000 to
850000; to furnjsh and finish palaco.
from 880000 to S47600; Salary of
Marshal, fiom 87000 to 8000. New
items Custom House utHilo, 815-
000; Feather Cloak, 81200; Por
traits of Lunalilo and Kckauluoti,
8200; Chineso Translator. 8-1000:
Auditor Public Accounts, S 10000 ;
subsidy for steamer, scmi-mouthly
circuit of Hawaii, 82000; aid to Hu-
niuuiu jiyufwuuu society, $ouuu. i
The Band will given concert nt
Emmn Squnro this nfternoon com
mencing at 1 :30 o'clock. Following
is the progrnmmc :
Overture Fra LMavolo Aubcr
Cnvatlna Siege of Corinth Rossini
Duct Troubadour Verdi
Selection Boccaccio Suppo
Waltz Nnpic Wnldteufel
Polka Leopold I lie Pitquc
Roaii Making. A gang of pris
oners is nt work on Bcretania street,
from Nuunnti to Fort, putting on
another thick lnyer of broken stone.
This will raise still higher the middle
of the street, so thnt unless some
thing is done to the now fnint sem
blance of sidewalks remaining, these
will become simply gutters. Ropes
have been stretched across tho street
at the junctions of both Nuunnti and
Fort, which indicate, in the day
time, that travel Is Interdicted. At
the Fort street end, on Thursday
night a lantern was hung, not as it
should have been, on the center of
the barrier rope, but on tho fence
by the footpath. The consequence
was that there was an accident, but
fortunately not a serious one. A
horseman enmc galloping up Fort
street and attempted to turn into
Bcretania. Of course, the horse
came to a sudden stop at the rope,
while the rider continued his journey
several yards further on all fours,
and polishing off his nose on the
ground. After a little, he rose to
his feet and anxiously enquired
whether tho horse was hurt ? What
is the good of a dim lantern on the
sidewalk, as a means of informing
drivers or riders of the existence of
a rope across the street 1
The now clipper schooner Emma
leaves for Waialua and Waianac
every Monday ; returning on Satur
days. Cabin accommodations Al.
967 bags sugar, 2,727 hags rice,
155 bags paddy, and 31 barrels
molasses came to hand sinco last
There will be an exhibition of
Miss Aylctt's school this evening, at
Music Hall, consisting of singing,
recitations, &c, commencing at 8
A Ukios Praise Service, conduct
ed by Mr. Hallenbeck, will be held
at Knwniahno Church to-morrow
(Sunday) evening, nt 7J o'clock;
consequently there will be no ser
vice at Fort street Church in the
evening. Rev. A. O. Forbes wil.
occupy, the pulpit in the morning.
An. singers who are willing to
nssist at the Union Services to bo
held at the Kawaiahao church on
Sunday evening, will please meet for
rehearsal at 5 o'clock this afternoon,
nt Kawaiahao Church.
Tub steamer City of Sydney, due
here next Monday morning, en route
to San Frnncisco may possibly
arrive over in time for orders to be
executed and forwarded per return
of steamer Suez due here on or
about the 15th August.
Hek Majesty Queen Emma left the
city last evening on the steamer Kn
plolani, to attend the luau given by
Jules Richardson, Esq., at "Waianac.
Mn. E. P. Adams will offer for
snlo this day at 12 o'clock noon,
valuable pieces of land on Hawaii.
Tin: examination and exhibition
exercises nt the Fort street School
yesterday aro reported as being very
excellent, which was to have been
expected, for that school hns always
been in the front rank in the pro
ficiency of its pupils, nnd tho ability
nnd faithfulness of its teachers.
SSf JVb need of toin; barefooted
(fy m c yet your Moot, Shoes
(Did Slippers SO cents cheaper at
the Honolulu Clouum; Empomum
than elsewhere. A. M. Meli.is.
A... Slx.ViilSrt fflivtifft mid
Spanish Zaces will be sold at re
uxwed prices during the Inventory
Sole ut the Honolulu ulothis
EnroiuuM. A. M. Mkllis.
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UMCovt g'g'C e '
NOTICE OF SALE ! !
By direction of Antonc Lcvaro, tho
mortgagee named In a certain Indenture
of mortgage dated Feb. 5, 1679, made
liv W. T. Martin In lhnfwilil An.
tone Lcvaro, I tun instructed to sell at
This Day, Saturday,
July 29, 1682, at 12 Jr., at ray Salesroom
In Honolulu, all that certain piece
or parcel ot laud, situate at
Kan, Hawaii, known as
More particularly described in Royal
l'Atcnt Xo. 3210, and containing au
area of 1290 acre. And ids'), all
that certain piece of land,
Situate In said Kloloknn, more par
ticularly described In Royal
Patent Xo. 608, and
Containing 60 Acres,
And being the same conveyed to said W.
T. Martin, by tho .Administrator of tho
estate of Kaulla, bv deed dated March
25, 1879, of record In Llbcr 50.
For further particulars enquire of
K. 1. Adams, Auct'r.
or Cecil Brown,JMortgagcc.
Will leave Honolulu EVERY
DAY at 4 p.m.,
FOR "WAIALUA AND WAIANAE.
For freight or passage, having superior
cabin accommodations, apply to the
Captain on board. 131
"I1T1LLIAM 11. HARPER will please
t t call at Messrs. C. BnEWmi &. Co'i
TTTANTED n young Glrl,tomako hcr
YY self generally useful In the house
of a lady ou Maul. For particulars en
quire at the Hawaiian Hotel, Boom No.
1G, iu the morning bi-fore 9:30. ' 97
"ftrANTED. A Urn man with mnlnF
VV ate capital, who Is both mer-
cnam aim accountant, cun bear of a
good bufilncss opportunity by address
ing C P D., Bulletin office. Principals
uiuy. ah cummuuicjuions strictly con
?OUND A Plantation Draft, which
the owner ean have oh proving
property ano paying ior this advertise
ment. Apply to
120 Messrs. Castle & Cooicn
T OST, a Black Leather Satchel, con
JLV talnlng a ladles card case. The
uuuer will please leave same at Messrs.
II. IlACKPKLD & (Vs. 146 lW
LOST, ou Saturday evening, on the
Valley Road, between Mr. Henry
Carter's and Mr. J. S. Walker's pre
mises, two pieces of MUSIC "Tanhau
scr," and "Secret Love." Tho finder
will reeelvo the thanks of the owner by
leaving the same at tho ofllco of J. W.
Robertson Jt Co's. h:j
JjlOR SALE, LOT No. 124, In Kapin---
,lanl Park, dimensions 54 t 300,
facing the beach, and well fenced. Ap
ply to C. O. Bkiigkiu 143
T70n SALE, a MULE CART
II. Hackfcld & Co.
IjlOR SALE, one new Scow, capable of
holding 10 tons, built by G. Emmcs,
and now In good order. For further par
uciiiars appiy to theo. u uavies & co.
"IT'OR SALE, a two-seated watrou
JL with polo nnd shafts, and a
double hnruess, nearly new, price
clou. May be seen in rear of No,
20 School st. W. G. Ncedhnm. 72
MOUSE TO LET. A four
rnnniprl linillf. ntptilv fumleli-
led. with kltrtici, nnd hntlirnnm
attached- It Is pleasantly situated, and
Is within five minutes' walk of the Post
uiiicc. or particulars apply to J. vv.
HouunTsos' & Co. 145
FOR SALE. Those desirable
premises situated out ou tliu
Pliltlw nn llnl'MtiiTitn Ktrint. hi.
longlnc to the undersigned. House con
sNis of p.irlor, sitting room, .1 bedrooms,
sewing room, dining room, pantry,
kllidiiMi. :ind lmtli rnnin. Tliim, Is filjn
on the premises it nice barn. The place
is wen covered mi innmcniu grass, iinu
hns a nice Harden. Terms ensv. Fur
further particulars Impure of John K.
Coui.iiimx. HO 2v
rpVO OFFICER TO LET, on the sec
1 ond Moor of Ibii building occupied
by J. W. Robertson i Co 139
550 MEN WANTED
1 Fine Business Suit, in the latest stylo,
1 OentH' Fine Straw Hat,
1 Fine Percale Shirt, extra cuffs, 2 collars
1 Pair Fine Shoes,
3 Hose, 1 Tie, 1 Ilandfcrchlcf,
ALL THIS CAN BE HAD
AT CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
Corner Fort nnd Hotel sts. 138
LIME AND BRICKS
Ex Burk Almy,
FOR SALE In quantities to suit,
At Lowest Prices,
134 Ity Castle & Cooke
(EST Heavy Mack Hunting at
G5 cents a yard during the Inven
tory Sale at he Honolulu Cloth
ing Evi'or.iuM. A. M. Mellis.
To arrive per D. C. Murray,
6 COT'S WOOL BUCKS-2, 2 jcara
old, and 4, 1 year old.
1 Southdown Buck, 2 years old.
10 Southdown Lambs, 7 Bucks, 3 Ewes,
2 Gralc's Merino Bucks
1 Cow and Calf, half Durham and half
Holstem. Aud a few dozen
Game and Fancy Fowls.
144 lw A. W. BUBU.
The Patent Indestructible
By their use all rattling of the shafts
Every pair Avarrantcd. Try thorn and
you will use no others.
Tor sale by
141 2w Xo. 70 Qucei street.
JEs?" Gents' Fine Ihickskin Suits
something new, from 113 to $25
during the Invertory Sale at the
Honolulu Clotuino .Emporium.
A. M. Mellis.
Buggies, Cnrriages, Express "Wagons
and every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of repairing done.
Drink Palmer & Co's
7fi cents per dozen 4St
Honolulu Steam Planing Mill"-, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work finish. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Pinn
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to nnd work W
Kiinrantrrd. Orders from the other Is
lands solicited 21
FOR SALE, a .No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grinds from 5 to 10 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., nil In pood
order; can bo run by steam or horso
power, jus, the article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, Rran, Rarley, Whole and ,
Ground, Mixed I'ocd, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE (JIIKAPRST
69 LA INK ic Co., :U Fort i-t.
UNION i'Ei:i COMPANY, A. W.
llL'sn, Manager. Sec mlvcitl1
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