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Opposite tl. West's Carriage Fnetoiy.
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TUKSDAY, OCT. 10, 1882.
THE DAY'S DOINGS.
Anntinl mealing AVnihikti Sugar
Co., nl ofllcc of C. llrower & Co., nt
Kolilcr's Wax-Work Exhibition,
from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
11'tblo Class at Lyceum, 7:00.
Kxcelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Appears to-day printed on a new
" Rrcmnor" Printing Machine,
manufactured by Ilarrild & Sons,
London. Wc arc glad to be able
noiv to redeem our promise of two
or three months ago, " that our
paper should look better after the
arrival of our new press." Wo have
other changes under contemplation,
which will be effected shortly, and
will still further improve appear
ances. We arc under gre.it obliga
tion to the Catholic Mission for the
use of the press on which the
Bui.urnx has hitherto been printed,
kindly loaned us by litem for that
1QE WORKING OF THE LIQUOR
The v first week of the new liquor
law has passed by, and wc arc proud
and 'glad to state that the native
Hawaiian has behaved nobly under
the trial. A restriction which has
been a practical nonentity for years
past, has been removed and the
native Hawaiian is now on an equal
footing in regard to liquor with
those of other races. Wc have re
frained previously from commenting
upon the operation of the Act as wc
wished lo sec the effect of the Satur
day pay-da' on the tralllc. And
now that wo have seen it we ftel
more confidence in pronouncing our
judgmonls on it. In common with
most others wc expected to see a
great incrc.isc in the cases of drunk
enness brought up at the Police
Court, lint in 'this we have been
There is no doubt that there has
been more liquor drunk during the
past week than heretofore, but the
results have been not so marked.
The Hawaiian takes his drink or
several of them and goes home
merry perhaps, but in most cases
not obstrusivcly drunk.
As a matter of fact, the number of
Hawaiians locked up for drunken
ness during the past week has been
small, compared with most other
weeks and compared with other
nationalities in proportion to the
population it has been extremely
Still wo have the testimony of one
prominent butcher to the effect that
lie has sold during this last week
over 100 less of meat to natives
than during any previous week, and
ho had further stales that the coffee
saloons in his neighborhood which
dopend on native support entirely
have suffered so much that, if their
business docs not get any better
than it was during last week, they
will have to blitiL up their shops.
It therefore now remains for the
Temperance Societies to uf-o their
inllticncu to hiipprchs the tralllc by
inducing the drinkers to become
abstainers and thus lessen the quan
Wo await, with interest, accounts
from the other islands as to the
effect of the removal of the prohibi
(I'nmi our own Correspondent.)
Our correspondent sends us the
following under date of Oct. Jlh :
The enthusiasm shown b' the na
tives upon the departure of Queen
ICinnm for Kohala per Likclikc on
the 28lh, has not been equalled
Mnec tho visit of Lunalilo, and it
was the more noticeable as it was
A Chinaman, cook on board the
W. II. llccd, while on her trip to
Kau, was knocked overboard nnd
drowned on the 22nd instant, when
the steamer was steaming down the
Puna coast, lie did not come lo the
surface! as 'lc was doubtless stunned,
and though every exertion was made
to save him it was useless.
The volcano continues active.
Tin; J G. A. of yesterday .in
referring to the increase in exports
says: "This is the record of the
country which is ' ruined,' because
(. 1$. K. & P. are the King's
We heard a gentleman say when
his attention was called lo this,
" The I'.U.A. is mixing up matters.
This crop referred to was in and
nearly matured before the " wicked
Ministry" left and the "blight"
could not affect it."
What we object to is that G. 1).
K. & P. have drawn too much in
advance on the next crop. This
money advance business is sure lo
be the ruin of the country. Com
municutcd. Tin: equipments for the Hawaiian
Army have arrived, they consist of
full equipments for olllccrs and
soldiers, the same as those of the
King of Prussia's body guard, cost
ing there 28,000 marks or about
Sl'1,000, which with freight per
steamer, at SI per foot, makes
mule a bill for the useless luxury
(.?). The police arc soon lo receive
theirs ; and arc to be uniformed as
military, Marshal Parke as a Gen
eral, etc., etc., oh won't wc be
grand I Who is lo foot the bill?
Yisttkiuy Messrs. Aside' &
Pcsslcr sent a well-borer to Kckaha
O.sn-horsc sweeping-carls arc now
in use at San Francisco. Wiry can't
wc get them hero?
Tun ladies of Honolulu intend to
give an ice cream festival at Fort
street Church, on or about the 20lh
It seems lo us that a large lot of
medicines figure in that lady's out
fit. Vide Fi eight list of D. C.
Yoi:x(i man if those arc the first
pair of pajamas you ever owned,
don't wear them about the streets ;
it is not the fashion here.
Hi:n Majesty the Queen Dowager
Emma has been enthusiastically
received whenever she has been on
Cai'T. Jiaks has declined to rig
up purchases to discharge the
'doll's head," consequently the
consignee has to hoist it out at his
Wi: heard that several prominent
abstainers went the rounds of the
saloons on Saturday night and pur
chased bottles of liquor for tho ex
press purpose of having it analyzed,
and thus proving whether the new
law will be effective in closing the
saloons or not.
A vi:kv handsome and well ar
ranged alphabetical list of subscrib
ers to tho Hawaiian Hell Telephone
Company has been got up by Mr. F.
Godfrey, and was circulated on Sat
urday, The tipcciiil failure of tltto
list is its perfect alphabetical ar
rangement. The names and border
are printed in red, and the advertise
ments in blue. Wc writo this with
out a copy before us, although wo
are subseilbcrs, nnd so cannot speak
of its correctness, but wo congratu
late Mr. Godfrey on the excellent
appearance of his list.
Tin: Makcc is daily expected from
San Francisco. She is duo tomorrow.
Mir. Winy Taylor will give his
eighth free organ, recital in St. An
drews' Cathedral, Tuesday evening
Oct. 17th, assisted by Mrs. ,1. M
Lawlor and Prof. J. W. Yarndley
Tin: Hon. G. 11. Palohau has been
arrested for contempt of Court for
not rendering the accounts of an
estate administered by him when
ordered to by the Circuit Court.
Mkssiis. K. O. Ham. & Sox have
received over a ton of rice-bird
powder. There will great slaughter
amongst the rice-birds now wc sup
pose. Each can of it has a beauli
ftd colored view of Diamond Head
on the label.
Mit. Wam.aci:, proprietor of the
well-known Lodging House on Fort
street, lately conducted by Mrs
While, offers that property for sale
The premises are centrally located
and in excellent condition,. It is not
every day that so favorable an op
portunity presents itself lo would-be
Mit. M. Mclxr.iixv is now display
ing a lot of beautiful Walthain
watches in his window on Fort
street. Wc inspected them yester
day and found the following worth'
of special notice in our limited
space, although all of them were
really splendid. The prices arc
moderate, ranging from $20 lo$250.
The most useful kind was one which
is warranted dust and water-proof.
It can be had cither with gold or
silver hinge, and the case is solid
btcrling silver. Its peculiar feature
is that the glass face and bezel
screw off and on instead of opening
with a hinge. The P. S. Harllctt
gold watcli next attracted our atten
tion; its outward appearance is
faithfully shown by the cut hi out
advertising columns, but the rich
ness of the engraving must be seen
to be appreciated, Hut the boss
watch is the American Watch Com
pany's gold watch, adjusted to heal,
cold and position. On opening it
and looking; into the works the oil
server is startled by its extreme
beauty. It is a perfect work of art
inside and outside. Others, both
ladies and gentlemen's watches, arc
equally wonderful in their varied
designs and intricate engraving, and
we can confidently assert that Mr.
Mclncrny has a display of watches
which cannot be beaten here for
beauty or value.
!, A A SPLENDID Opportunity is
'wS"5m3 now oiicirit 10 imy incropu.
kwemS lm- Lodging House recently
occupied and eonilucied by Mrs. "While,
nt 12."i Fori street. Thu preniNes contain
1 store, 17 bethoom", kitchen, dining anil
bath room. The loomt aro all nicely
furnished nnd In perfect order. For
further paiticulars apply to present 1110.
prietor, F. W. WALLACE, 120 Fort st.,
a&,AFOR SALE or to LEASE, n
bss5 Plains, in a cnod neighbor.
hood. The house is now and contains 2
bedrooms with elosuW; parlor, dining
room, pantry, bath, kitchen nnd sewing
100111. A nice large yard, with out-hou-cft
215 tf 1I..I. AGNEW.
Itoyal Hawaiian Agricul
C'OI'IES of the Drafts of Intended
I Rules of the Society may now be
obtained fioni 1 1 1 ( ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 r s 1 1; 1 n 1 ' 1 1 1 e 1 1 1 1 1 c 1 s
of Hie Oiganlbig Committee.
Those desirous of joining the Society
can do so by paying tho annual i.ub-crlp.
lion of $5 tovllhcr ol the undersigned.
It is intended to hold tho Flint Meet,
ing of the Society during the tlilul week
of October, when the proposed Rules
will be submitted for coiisidtTiilioii and
adoption, and OHlecr.s for the ensuing
year will bo elected.
A. S. CLEOIIORN,
J. S. WE1IU.
.Honolulu, Sept. U0, 1B8:2, 20U
How is it that no two per.iou:j in
tills town keep the same time, The
whistles and bells and clocks seem
lo have agroeil to differ. First one
announces the hour and then an
other. There ought to be here, as
in other countries, some fixed stand
ard of lime by which everyone could
regulate their clocks. The Govern
ment ought lo lake this matter in
hand, and pay a small trillo to take
transit observations correctly,
and hnvo the lime announced, say
by the Fire-bell or tho Kawaialmo
Church Clock, or by Hopper's
American Legion of Honor.
rpin: REGULAR SESSIONS of the
JL Oceiinlc Council No. 777, A. L. of
11. are held In the Knights of l'ythliis'
Hall. Campbell's Untitling, on th'r First
and Tlilul Tuesday of cvci v mouth.
212 tf IIliNRY SMITH, Scc'y.
l'riiM-ovillo Plantation Co.
rpilE Annual Meeting of thcl'rlnrc.
JL vllle Plantation Co will be held nt
thr office of C. Urewrr & Co., on TUKS
DAY, Oct. nth, ltfU2, at to o'clock a.m.
210 2w P. C. JONES, .hi., Scc'y.
rpiIE Annual Meeting of tho Stock.
X holders of 'the Wiilminc Company
will he held at the ollleo of II. A. Wide,
miinn, on MONDAY, October lUih.nt 11
o'clock n. m.
212 110 C. O. HEKOER, Scc'y.
Mooting' Not ice.
rpiIE Animal Meeting of the Wailukii
X Sugar Company will he held at the
olllee or C. lireiwr ii Co., on TUESDAY,
October 101 li, at 11) o'clock a.m.
210 lw WM. W. HALL, Scc'y.
LAMES' & CHILDREN'S
Done on tho most reasonable terms
By a Competent Modi s to,
Resilience No. ! Uanlen Lane, Honolulu
A. G. ELLIS,
STOCK RHOKER, will buy or Mill
Plantation Stock, Routls, and
Oilier Marketable Securities,
At their market value for cash.
215 Ofllco with E. P. Achum, Aticl'r.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
NO. 03 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
(Established in 187!))
Sugar Plantation, lCitllro.nl,
Telephone, and other Corporation Stock,
I'onds and Similar Securities .Vouglit
and Sold on 001111111841011.
Money loaned on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 18S2. 211
WANTED Anvon! bavin-' a copy
of (be book " Lniekiiwal" to tils.
)w-u of will please call at
201 lm J. W. irOlJERTSOX & Co's
rpo LET a lot, 100 feet square, on
J. which is stable for 10 or more
horc.s, carriage bouse, nnd servant's
bouse, nter laitl on, ooenini; on Youin;
street. For particulars aiiplv to
at E. O. Hall & Son
LECANTLY FURNISHED Rooms
lo let, singlo or double, w lilt till the
conveniences and comforts of a home.
Rooms tiio large and well ventilated.
Terms strictly moderate. Apply nl No.
2 Adams Lane. 211 lm
110 days from Liverpool,
Several Now Linos
Never helorc thowu in Honolulu.
Small piollts and quick leturus, at
202 lm J. T. Walorliouse's.
Elegantly Furnished Eooms
1710H FAMILIES or SINGLE OEN.
JL1 TLHMEN, with all the t onvenlcu
cc'i and comforts, ol a home, with
Use of Parlor.
Rooms aic largo and well ventilated.
Terms, Strictly Moderate.
Co iwr of Hotel nnd Alal-.ca slrccts.
NEW MUSIC HALL.
Mr. Koltlcr, with pleasure announces
that on account of increased pntronngo
ho has decided to give one more and
The Last Week
WAXWORKS & MUSIC CONCERTS.
Now Music, &c,
Mc3srs. Kohler &, llydes
In Solo", Duetts, Ac.
Trio, on the
Now Zealand Bushman's Piano,
never before played this side the Equn.
Now Figures Added !
Now Figures Added 1 1
AJ magnificent group of 20 lifelike
figures, representing the Scriptural pic
Moses in the Desert-
Sinking the Hock t
Made by llcrr Kroitznieycr of Mel.
bourne, and Into of Madame Tnussiiiid's,
Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Admission, 50 cts. ; Children under
10 half price. 203
(Representing Iloll'nung & Co., Sydney,)
having arrived per City of Now
"iork, is now ready for
h'ample Jloom, Hrciccr's Jiloclc.
(upstairs, next Dr. Whitney's.)
i'SJ" Wholesale 01 tiers solicited.
OHIA and LEHXJA
At pi) per Cord.
A. F. Cooke,
215 3m Foot of Nutiauii sticct.
MR. W. H. WILKINSON
begs to notify to the public of H01111
lulu and travellers lo and from
all foreign ports that
Ho has Purchased
the Business and Stock in trade of tho
Honolulu I San Francisco Express &
And Ihnl he pioposes to cairy on the
business in good style; in fact
everything will bo done
"Up to tho Handle!"
All persons requiring furniture, bag.
g.igc or goods ol any description shift.
til, translerred or shipped will llnd it to
Ibeir advantage to apply to him at his
olllcc, King street,
Telephone No. 130,
as low rates as possible. 187
0, 7, 8 nnd 0 feet lengths.
Eastern Clear Square Edgetl
WHITE OAK PLANK,
Fiom 1 to "1 in. In thickness,
Received ex laic nrrlvals, and for sale in
quantities lo suit, by
20.") lm ALLEN & ROBINSON.
FOR SALE, n No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grinds from ii to 10 tons per day.
'ANo, pulleys, belts, etc., all In good
order; can be run by .steam or horc
power, just the article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, Hran, Hurley, "Whole and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
0!) LA1NE. ii CO., 01 Fort St.
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