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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1832.
THE DAY'S DOINGS.
Legislature meets as usual
P. Adams' Great Art Sale
bV Auction in Campbell's Block
"hit of Fort and Queen streets
crn'rivuiMiig at 10 A. n.
Tun Bethel The ordinary mem-
lipv vneotimr at 7 :3U v. m.
Fort Street Church Concerted
jiinycr meeting for ' the conversion
of the World" at 7:80 i. ji.
St. Andrew's Cathedral Usual
"Wednesday evening service, at 7 :30.
Now that the children are enjoy-
ii g their well earned vacation it may
lie as well for us to see what we axe
really doing for their education.
Large sums of money arc spent
every year for educational purposes
and still tho Board could spend
more. The legislature has even felt
the force of this by granting a larger
appropriation than was asked for by
the Board. But it is not enough to
provide mean? for education; it is
the duty of the State to 6ce that
those means are made use of, and
further, that they produce- the re
sult intended. Now we havo guaran
tees in the past action of tho Board
and the ability and educational in
terest of its members and officers
that this will.be done as far as prac
ticable in those schools under their
immediate contiol. But there is a
clat of schools to a large extent
outside of their control. We refer
to the Independent Schools (as they
av? classified in the Board's last re
port). The State through the Board
uwicrtakes to prevent nny improper
or unfit person from setting up a
school ; but once tiie school is estab
lished there is-no guarantee that the
education given in it is good as it
ought to be. Personally, we are iu
favor of independent schools being
carried on in addition to the regular
-government schools, as it afford a
loenns for inciting the emulation of
'pupils and teachers. But wo extract
from the Board's report tho follow
Schools taught id L'nglish.
Gov't Select Hchonli. -.NWtf
Independent Schoolx.....,.. .2121)
So that the number of pupils out
Bide of the control of the Govern
ment is very nearly m laige ah that
What does the Board say in refer
ence to .the education of moat of
thcM- 2129 children?
" Several of these independent
day-sicbools arc permanent schools
iTJaiiHnmiMg guuu nimmartia ni in
eiruction and discipline. But many
of them cannot be spoken of with
t!ie same, degree of praise. They
are cither fchort-iived or suffer dctri
inent from frequent changes of
touchers. It is alh to be regretted
that 6ome of these independent day-ei.-hools,
particularly those of the
V-iroobial class, should so often eet
ttt- mselves up in opposition to the
public school system of the country.".
The remedy for lids state of af
fairs is simple. Give the Board the
l ght to inspect theue schools in the
same way as it tlocs the Govern
ment schools and to require guaran
1 es for their permanency aud pro
il ieucy. Thin would do all that is
vcesMiry and would make certain
hal all our children jire being pro
Some opium 2d tius in Hi, whs
.ninrt ycMcrdny in the v.dhc.of a
:innman, a. out to start lur the
ther islands, thro igli tiv ij lance
' oao of-our nativ police.
Tuesday, 'August 1. House met
at 10 a.m.
Minutes read, reports of Standing
Committees, none. Reports of Se
lect Committees, none.
Hon. Messrs. Rice, J. O. Dominia
and P. Iscnberg usked for leave of
Mr. Kaulukou moved the order of
the day. Carried.
Consideration of on Act to regu
late tho sale of Spirituous Liquors,
second reading. Bill read for the
second time in the Hawaiian lan
guage. On the motion of Mr. Rice the,
bill was read by its title only.
On going into Coimnitteo of the
Whole, the member for Lahalna
moved that the committee read and
consider section by section, carried.
Section 1 read. Mr. Kauuamano,
(the introducer of the bill,) moved
that the section do now pass.
Mr. Rice moved that the section
be indefinitely postponed and sup
ported hiB motion in an eloquent
speech of consuleraolo length.
Hon. J. Mott buutn followed ami
spoke in favor of total prohibition
Although not a total abstainer him
self, ho would sacrifice himself for
the good of the country. (Supports
Mr. Rice's motion.)
The Hou. member for Lahalna, as
one of the- committee who recom
mended the bill, explained his posi
tion iu regard to it. When seeking
election he bad been in favor of total
prohibition, if possible, and bad
pledged himself to that effect ; but
if total prohibition could not obtain
cd then ho was in favor of taking
away all tho restrictions aud not
making any distinctions of race, and
as in his opinion none of the bills
brought before his committee
had been for total prohibition;
he therefore would vote for the pre
sent bill which removod all obstruc
tions. Personally bo favored total
prohibition, but'bc had to represent
the opinions of others.
Hon. member for Koolaupoko also
sigued the r port of the Committee.
He also was in favor of total prohi
bition, but the member for Lahaina
had expressed his opinions.
Hou. member for Knu (J. Knu
bane) was in favor of indefinite
Hon. member for Honolulu (H.
W. Lahilahi) favored the passage of
Hon. member for Hilo (P. Haupu)
was in favor of indefinite postpone
ment, and caused great merriment
by part of his speech.
lion, member for N. Kona (G.
W. Pilipo) was in favor of indefinite
postponement (dissected the argu
ments of the Hon. member for Koo
laupoko.) Hon. member for Honolulu (J.
Keau) seemed to be 'for neither
party exactly, (but still more in
favor of the bill than otherwise.)
Hou. member for Lahaiuuluna
moved that the House take recess
till 1 :30 i-.vi. Carried.
HoitBe met at 1.40 r.M. Hon. G.
W. Pilipo in the chair.
Mr. Keau spoke in favor of the
bill. Mr. Is'awabi was speakiog
against the bill but was interrupted
by Mr. Kaulukou, when Messrs.
Richardson, Kapcna and Lilikakni
tried to reatoro order; finally Mr.
Aholo moved that the committee
ride and report progress. .For 14,
against 17, motion lost.
After several other members had
spoken Their Ex.'u Kaai and Bush
epokw iu favor of the bill: making the
special point that previous legislation
had been class legislation.
Mr. Kauhaue spoke against tho
bill. Mr. Nakaleka spoke in favor
of the bill, Mr. Richardson followed
in the same stiuiu. Hon. J. Mott
Smith proposed that as everybody
that wished to speak on the Bcction
had now had an opportunity
a vote be taken. This was re
ceived with acclamation.
It was moved that ayes and noes
The chairman having explained
that there were two motions before
the chair, one that the committee
recommend the House to paB. Sec.
1st ; the ether, that the committee
recommend the indefinite, postpone
ment of Section 1st, and that this
last motion bo taken first. Ayci for
postponement, noes against: Ayes
4 ucr, jvu.ueuiui, o. .uou ounm,
.ludd, Kalua, Nnkookoo, Kati.alale,
, isuwnui, Knuwila. Kauhaue, Auuinu
I A!lv,,M .nil ltx? I'l
Aiwohl and Rice 13.
Noes Tbetr Ex. 'a Gibeon,
Bush. Preston; lions. Rhode. Xft
'icna, Kaao, Kanoa, Lillkalorri, Lahl
alii, Pahia, Brown, Mahoe, Kaluhl,
Kaulukou, Aholo, Richardson, Gard
ner, Haupu, Kaunamano,. Kauai,
Palobau, Nakalcka, Kupihoa and
Tho motion to indefinitely post
pone was therefore lost by a majority
The motion that the section pass
was then put and carried by show of
The Hon. member for Lahalna.
then moved that the committee rise
and report progress to the House.
Mr. Pilipo tho chairman of tho
committeo then reported ' progresss
to tho House. Report adohtcd.
Hon. member ior Lahalia moved
that the Houso adjourn. ;
I want to know, you know, who
knows why the majority in favor of
free liquor yesterday, after recess,
enmc back with their bats decorated
with his. That sort of thing puzzles
mo, you know.
I was looking at Furncaux's pic
tures tho other day, you know;
Excellent) Everybody ought to see
them: such' a pleasant gentleman,
too, youknowj at auy' rate if you
don't,. I know.
Cigaritos arc 'the fashionable
smoke with our Hawaiian bloods,
you know. Look so manly, you
know. Ta Ta.
Mejibxrs of tho Musical Asiocia"
tion will please bring their books to
the rehearsal on Friday night as
those who go find it monotonous
to share a book with three or four
others. Those who cannot con
veniently attend on Friday night will
oblige the Association (by leaving
their books with .Mr. Scarborough at
Wk learn by the courtesy of the
Post-office authorities, that the num
ber of letters and packets, received
by the S. S. City of Sydney were
about 1,000, and tboso dispatched
wero, letters 3,619; newspapers and
packets G69. A total of 11,581
letters were aispatcnea irom our
local Post-office during the montl
of July. This as compared with
previous months shows an enormous
increase as in May, 6,622 letters
were forwarded, and in June, 7,045.
Our PoBt office officials will bo in
much need of help if their work
goes on increasing at this rate.
Great interest is taken by the
natives in tho discussion on the Li
quor Bill yesterday. The visitors'
part of the Legislature was crowded
with them, even tho irrepressible
Chinaman waa there, smiling his
eternal " no" sabe." The vote, of
yesterday afternoon was looked on
as a victory by most of those pre
aont. Wc are sorry to inform our read
ers that we were unable to get n
translation of the Hon. W. H. Rice's
eloquent and incisive speech on the
Liquor Bill delivered yeatcrday.
The Building Tradesmen of this
city ought to congratulate them
selves on the immense amount of
work that has been done lately, and
yet " the building boom" is appar
ently not over yet. Messrs. Engling
& Co. are having a large addition to
their store put at the rear. Their
reason is not wishing to be out done
by their rivals. The result of all
this will tend to beautify and im
prove our city more than ever.
Our Special Reporter says that
Messrs. Braden & McCaudles struck
an extra flow of water on Monday
1 afternoon at the King's well, near
Waikiki. The depth drilled was 860
feet. The flow increased yesterday.
It is one of the largest flows iu the
Kingdom, and is almost free from
rt.... I. .Ml 1lii9ll txAl. 'tlx... ...... ...til
I .111 utiivninu moil. A 111: V lllutJUJI
' ,i!ii:.. .j ..:ir ..i.. 1.1 .1
.muni- aim oiii uiuimuiy cuminim
until the water is perfectly pure-
The bark D. C. Murray. Casts!
Jcnks, armed yesterday, is( day
irom Dan jjraucucot ,.
Wa have to make a correction in.
our passerigcr list of yesterday for
Kauai per C. R. Bishop, "A. S.
Hartwell," should read' " 2' Misses
HnrtwclU" ,Wc suppose tho 'fire
overset the nerves of the compositor.
Mcssns .J. W. Robertson A: 0;,
have resumed their written Daily
Marine Bulletin, and will have the
marine news as formerly on the front
of their store.
The borso Gen. Garfield waa sent
over to San Francisco on tho oteamex
City of Sydney last Moqdajy Ho
will no doubt fetch a good price
over there. Wo nra. sorry to see
such flno stock sent away.
Mn. HaLLENnt'cK -with his associ
ates, Rev. A. O. Forbes nnd' J. Ka-
flamn, sailed for Wailuku yesterday
to hold evangelistic meetings' -
J'J- J '!
Auction Sales by E.P.Adama
THIS DAY, WEDNESDAY
Augusf 2nd, at 10 a, a. 1 ,'
GREAT ART SALE !
Corner.of Fort and Quccn.sts., .
Furniture, Grand Pianos,
Books, Looking Glasses,
&c, &c.t &c,
Belonging, In part, to tho Estate of ttc
late James S. Lemon.
B. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
TORTOISE. A. tortoise belonging to
some one unknown strapyd into a
yard at 1'alama, yesterday. The owner
can have the Fame by calling at P., Fer
nandez, Cider Factory, Palama, and pay
ing the con of this notice. 15U lw
TO LET. Two Wcll.furnlshcd Rooms
Apply to No. 4 Garden Lane. 150 lw
WANTED. A live man' with tnoder
ate capital, who is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear ol a
f;ood business opportunity by addrcss
neCP D., Bulletin ofllce. Principals
only. All communications strictly con
FOUND -A Plantation Draft, which
the owner ean have pnproyiua
property and paying for this advertise
ment. Apply to
Messrs. Oastu. &' Cookk
IOST, on Saturday evening, on the
Jt Valley Itoad,r between Mr. Henry
Carter's and Mr. J. S. Walker's pre
mises, two piec.es of MUpIC Tanhau
ser," and "SccretXove'." The finder
will reccive-tne thanks of the owner by
leaving the same at tho ofllce of J. W,
Robertson A Co'a, ' 141
ITOR SALS, a wo-scatcd. wagon
? with pole and shafts, and a
double harness, nearly new, price
8150. May be seen in rear of No.
20 School at W. G. Neodham. 7a
17011 SALB, a MULE CaRT,
H. Hackfeld & Co,
"IjlOR SALE, ono new Scow, capable of
L. holding 10 torn), built by G. Emmes,
and now In good order. For further par
ttculars apply to Tueo. II Davies A Co.
WATER! WATER! -
IRniOATlON after this date (June
U3rd, 1882,) Is limited to (4) four
hours per day,
From G to 8 in the morning, and
From 4 to G in the evening.
IVrmlsMion to Irrigate during 'more
cotivenlent hours will be granted on ap
plication to the Supcrintenpcnt.
I'crkons found Irrigating except dar
ing specified hours will have their pri
vileges suspended without notice,
G. D. FnKKTii.
Sunt. Water Works.
Approved: StgneU, 8. K. Kaai,
Minister of Interior. ' 1)4
II. W. McChesnoy & Son,
Froprietora Honolulu Tannery :
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceries Provisions
71 . 'Salt, etc., etc., etc.
Schooner JAli uXaa$n?
Will leaver Honolulu EVERT MOH.
DAY at 4 p. ta., .
FOR. WAIALVA AND WAIANAlL
For freltrht or naauirn. hivlne aunerior
cabin accommodations, apply to the
BRIG FOR SALE.
Tho Brig Ninito,
ltavln;? undergone extensive repairs:
with a good Inventory, and, well found
in sails, rlcsdoa. &c Is nowoitere'd for
saj: For parucniara inquire 01
. -' :i . . 1 .
A. J. Cartwkiout.
ALL pertoiiH having bones or other
animal!i in the pastures at KEWA
LO, (residence of Mr. S. M. Carter;) arc
hereby notified to communicate in re
gard to pa&tur&ge charges with tho
iuidcrsit;ned, othenviKe such animals
will be lift lite to lie impounded.
July 81, 1H88.. (160 Iw) WfL.Wu.c6x.
550 MEN WANTED
1 Fine BusineM Suit, in the latest style,
1 Genu Fine Straw Hat,
1 Fine Percale Bhirl, extra cuffs, 3 collars
1 Pair Fine Shoes,
3 Hose, 1 Tie, 1 Hendfcrehief, . ,
ALL THIS CAW BE HAT)
1 For Si 4.26,
AT CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
Corner Fort and Hotel sts. 13S
LIME AND BRICKS
T2x Bark Almy,
FOR SALE la quantities to suit,
At Lowest Prices,
134 By Cabtuc & Coonr
To arrive per B. 0. Murray,
6 COT'S WOOL BUCKS-S, 2 jeara' ' '
old, and 4, 1 year old. - '
1 Southdown Buck, 2 years old.
10 Southdown Lambs, 7 Bucks, 3 Ewe
2 Arsis' Merino Ducks
1 Cow and Calf, half Durham and half
Holstein. And a few dozen ,
Came and Fancy Fowls
144 "lw A. W. BUSH.
THE, Hawaiian Journal, " Ko Ha
waii Tab Aina," owned and.
odited by Kawainui Bros. ; has a. .
weekly edition of 3,200 copies,,and.'
is the best advertising medium. Of
ficOjNo. Q Merchant st. 1
1 I-. J 4
tZSTiGentt' Fine Buckskin Sttito'
something nm, from $13 to $25-f '
during the Invertory Sale at the
Honolulu Clotdino Emvokiuu. ' i
A. M. Mollis. 1.
Carriage BuUder. -,
Buggies, Caniages, Express Wa'gona
and evciy kind of vehicles
Rlnckumithing, horse-shoeing, ,
and all kiuds of repairing done.
Drink Palmer & C.tVs '
75 cents per dozen
UNION FEED COMPANY, A. W.
Bi'sn, Manager. See advertise
ment on other page. ' 28
BOUSE TO LET. A four
roomed house, nleely furuUlw
cd, with kitchen und bathroom
attached- Jt Is, pleaanntly situated and
U within five minutes' Walk of the Past
OBlee. For particulars apply to J. WL
KonicxTSOM ii Co, Hi
rpWO OFFICXR TO LF.T. on the fr-
X oud lloor of (he bulldlne occupli-U
by J. W. Itobertson 6 Co 1S
3'POU SALU,'f-OT No. 1:M, laKanlfl
1 laid Park, dimensions r-l t 300,
fa el UK the bench, and well fenced, Ap
ply to C, U. Ukruku. ua