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SA'ITIJDAV, .U-NK !), 1882.
ViiK ODGLS Or IIOKOLTILU.
I'tople who live in the valley or (in
the plain (f Kuliiol nhim, east (if
tnVdly whore they have, day and
tight, the pure and invigoi tiling
trade iiuls. have very little iiien of
fie eiy had air tjint H nlinosl eon
I tantly hrcathed by people who live
i.i the long settled precincts of K ono-1-ilit
proper. AVI'en it is rcineinber
td, liiat lor about fifty year.'" the nc
i iiiniilnliomrol'ordurous matter have
been undisturbed., but simply eover
c 1 over when .too prominent and
new pits (lug; that festering filth and
decaying vegetation ami rubbith
t'oonnil in many of the "back slums;"
that the people who constantly dwell
in these closely packed quarters of
lite city Chinese and natives are
either quite ignorant or careless of
s. 11 sanitary nilesor precautions;
ii is indeed a matter for wonder that
1.io place is not periodically visited
b a pestilence. As it is, wc arc
liable to one, and owe our immunity
ontiiely so far to the trade winds
that sweep over from the East on an
:.vcrage bi- days in a week. If any
.no desites to have a personal know-
jdge as to the tenth of our statemci t
i.i regard to the sanitary condition
if the older settled pails of the city,
during these summer nioiil! s let him
1 jisuiely take a sttoll between 5 ami
(! o'clock in the morning through
Kuuanu, Hotel and Maunakca streets.
lie will encounter a medley of
i trnngc odors, airs by no means of
'Arnby the blest," that will con
duce him beyond pcradventure that
there is " something lotten in the
state of" Honolulu. The trade
vind usually subsiJes to a calm dur
ing the night, and the mcphilij air
settles down near the earth. Think
what it must be to sleep o' inglits
Mid every night, in such a foul at
in splierc. Aud then thank Heaven
liiat your circumstances enable you
to live out on the Kulaokahun plains,
vhero you may always breathe the
juire aire of heaven.
We hear that a number of eligible
s'tuatcd house lots on' Kulaokahua
plains, will shoitly be offered at
.Miction. There sire but n few left
of these lots, and it behooves those
who want to secure a roomy garden
and house plot, in a remarkably
talubrious situation, with an abun
dant supply of artesian well-water
for inigation to be promptly on
hand. The plan can be seen on en
quiry at the hui.i.rnx olliee.
Skconu hand Top Buggy, Open
Buggy, Break and TrcHting Sulky
for sale, very low, nt Phil Stein's,
on Foit street, above Hotel. 99 lv
'(JOTIOK. The undersigned Is now
J. propaieil to give lessons in Spanish
or Fieuch. ami any oilier foreign l.in
guago, oiully ami tcientlllcally, with the
mot caiy method to Its peifect kuovv
lubg.', to young 1 ulle.s at the Kinder
(iarteti School piemKcs, NuuauuAvc
mie, (Lilly (rum 2 to.'! p. m,; iiml to
.oiing men, at fie premises opposite
Qui'o i Kiiiiii.i'f, fioin !i to 10 p.m.
lor paitlculaiv. einiuiie theicin, 02
P. 1). A. M.iniue, I'rof. .of languages.
Musical Event of the Season !
Mendelssohn Quintette Club
AsgKted by Miss Coin Mn.i.r.it,
Will give a (jianil Concert lu the Music
Hull on the iii'ilvnl of the sto inter
City of Mew York,
1 1 out ttits Colonics.
tSyl'iil! v.ilL'i.'nih will be Issued
flHc th.-amvai o: ttu t.te'iniir. Ths
Ilox J'ltili v.d be o; i-iu' I nt '.) o'e ock on
iH:itiin:.i. iinruiiig ai ilu UooksiOio Of
Meu.rt.. J., Kjot.tbju .Co., when
teaw. may bo bucurvd. 1U3
Friday. June !1. Volitions read!
and referred: '
From Maknwnn, Maui, that em
ployers be not allowed to imprison '
llieir employees for any cause what
From Mnuoa, that patents who
do not send any childiou to school
be exempt fiom the school lax.
From the panic place, that China
men who embark in the poi business
be made to pay a licence; that
horses be taxed according to value ;
that milch cows aud working oxen
The Attorney-General submitted
a wiitleh opinion (in response to a
Resolution of the Assembly) to the
effect that there was no law or tieaty
stipulation which will prevent the
Assembly from parsing an Aet pro
hibiting the importation of intoxi
Mr. Kauai presented a resolution
appropriating $9,000 for a bridge at
Mr. Mnhoc, a resolution for the re
pair of the Court House at "Wainlua,
Mr. Aiwohi, S.r),000 for improve
ment and cxleiisjoifof the wharf at
Mr. Kamakele read first time his
bill to repeal Chapter 57 of the
Penal Code, "To mitigate the evils
and diseases arising from prostitu
Mr. Kalua offered a resolution
appropriating 50,000 for the erfection
of a prison at Ilonuaula, Maui.
Referred to a special committee.
The As-cmbly then, in committee
of the whole, Mr. Knpcnti in the
chair, proceeded to the order of the
day, which was the Appropriation
Some discussion arose upon the
item of permanent settlement for
Her Majesty Queen Emma, which
several members were desirous of
raising to 510,000, but on explana
tions made by the Attorney-General,
it -was passed as in the bill $12,
000. V. Kanoa and II. S. Swinton,
respectively, 82,400 and 5000, pass
ed. Recess till 1 o'clock.
The House sat for two hours in
the afternoon, and got about half
through the Department of the Judi
ciary. The salaries of the Chief and
Associate Justices of the Supreme
Court and of the Police Justice of
Honolulu, which had been in
creased in the bill, as reported by
the Ministers, were reduced to the
original amounts. Those of several
district justices on Kauai were in
Sojtt: fketches, which arc ciumsi
tics, made by Maskelynes automaton
"Zoe," arc on sale at the book
store. To-iay will be held an election
for a Representative to supply the
vacancy for Honolulu. AW hear of
several candidates, but there is very
little interest manifested among the
electors. Albeit Kitiiuiakca, who
was a member in 1880, is most pio
mincntly spoken of.
Honolulu Fire Department !
Election of Engineers !
npiIK animal Election of Ihigliicors of
JL the Honolulu Flro Department
will be held lu the lhiglno House of
Meehiinle Tnglno Company No. -' on
Monday evening, .lune .'ith.'l8t2. Po'ls
open iiom 7 to H o'clock.
' C1I.VS. T. GULIUK,
Judge of liloeiloii
T. P..Ki:xm:iit, .iv.ii,.,.
L. Amur, U,J( ln-
Honolulu, .!ttuu L'nd, lPtii. . lit: at
Thefiand will ''give nTCniTcert at
Einmn Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 1 :30 o'clock. Follow
ing is the programme :
Overture Kitiinn of llcsburgh ."..
. . .' Meyerbeer
Selection Ntradella Flotovr
Polka Lcnpoliliuc (new) Paqtic
Hungarian Dance Czardas (new)
(J:l olte Stephanie (new) Czthulkn
Xliu eh The Three Guardsmen (new)..
His physicians forbid Mr. Ilallen
bcek beginning wotk next Sunday,
lie is steadily improving in health,
and will undoubtedly be able to be
gin his work Sunday, June 11th.
Mil. CnuzAX will deliver a brief
address on Sunday morning in com
memoration of the thirtieth anniver
sary ot tnc organization or .tort
street Church. The Lord's Supper
will be administered and members
received. In the evening ' Gospel
Hymns" will bo used, and Mr.
Cruzali will take for bis theme,
" Shall wc have free opium in Ha
waii?" Mi:. Fkssi.ei: at the artesian well
boring on the Hotel premises, has
readied a depth of nearly 400 feet ;
he thinks the indications arc that a
flowing supply will be reached tit
less than S00 feel.
The barkentine IV. II. Dimond
sailed from Kahului on the 1st inst
for San Francisco, with COO tons of
sugar, and 19 passengers. The bark
Cyanc and schooner Claus Sprcckels
will both get away about the 8th
Tin: attraction . on. Kulaokahua
plains this afternoon, will be a
cricket match, between eleven mem
hers of the Honolulu Cricket Club,
and eleven from II. U. M.'s Champ:
on. Wickets will, be pitched at 12
o'clock, noon. A good game is an
10GG pkgs suger came to hand
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
THIS DAY, SATURDAY,
Juno 3rd, at 12 noon,
will be sold,
90 cords Fire Wood
K. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
New Music Hall.
To-night, Juno 3rd,
The Tourists' Benolit of
Sarony & Eehrien
Pre-eminent!' the njostpleasing and
poi feet performance yet present
ed by the Popular IVumiers
' of Fun and Frivolity:
" Fooling a Husband."
The Great JEutene's
Hurlescpic Ballads, (by request)
Snrony & Meluleii's
Solos on 10 instrument, Song,
D.iuces, cimpmcutiiig hymns and
The Gieat Eii"-nne- - - Leonora
barony - - - As you chamber
Glover - - - - Count di J. quia
j ( i'iu rvmo uitin iu ti i
Jlobcitson & Co's, and at the Astor.
IIoukc. 10G I
IMMl'A itli. Uiliiiu (! tit T r
ANOTHKit "almost a runaway "
took place yesterday about 1 o'clock
on Merchant street. A lior.se stand
ing to nn express wagon opposite
the Untik, got started somehow on
the jump and collided with Hon. Mr.
Clcghorn's wagon across the street.
Damage, n driver was thrown out
but not injured, a broken shaft, and
a damaged wheel.
Ix regard to the " almost a run
away" of a horse and (tray, which
wc reported recently, we arc inform
ed by the native driver that it was
himself and not an outsider who
stopped the horse; moreover that
the two policemen who wcie spoken
of were a good way off at the time
when the animal started.
Tho steamer Mokolii got on to a
sand-bank at "Waikanc, Koolauloa,
on Thursday afternoon, about 4
o'clock. Yesterday tho cargo had
been all taken out, and it was ex
pected she would be got off at high
water. By telephone this morning
we learn she was got off yesterday
afternoon and will arrive here to-day.
Mr. E. P. Adnms will sell at 12
noon this day, !)() cords fire wood.
The entries for the races closes to
day at i5 p. in., at the olllce of Cecil
A communication on " Sunday
Observance" will appear on Mon
LiQuoit shops are closed by order
of the Marshal to-day, on account
of the election.
P OLYNESI A ENC AM PM ENT,
- Xo. l. i. u. u. J . Tlie regular ses
sloti1 of the Kiieninpment will take place
mis i nutty Kveinn, nt 7::iu o'clock.
Per.order of the O. P.,
John S. Smithies. Scribe
WANTED, a live man with moder
ate c.'ipitid, who Is lioth mer-
ciiaiu ami accountant, can near of a
good business, opportunity by tubbess-
IngCl'D., Bulletin olllce. Principals
only. All communications strletlv con
TITANTED a young Girl, to make her
T T self generally useful in the house
oi n iauy on mam. ior particulars en
quire nt the Hawaiian Hotel, Itoom No.
10, in the morning before 'J :S0. 07
TT ANTED, a fl.uiet 'family carriage
TT nor.se, suitable for a Incly to drive,
one which can be trusted for safety and
ai me same time not n lazy beast. AU
dress P O Pox 334 1)7
7"ANTED By a yoting mnu-wlia is
' ' tliorouglily conversant iu English,
French, Spanish, Portiu:uesc. Jainuicse
anil Chinese languages, a position as
noon-Keeper, Uleik or Interpreter.
Apply to J. VT. KoiiKitibON i.-C'o. 03 lui
TpOK SALE, one new Scow, capable of
uuiiuii in urns, lllllll ny li. I'.amiCS,
and now In good order. For further par
tkultus apply to Tnr.o. II Davius &. Vo.
Printers, , . . '
Acc't Books!', T
In Htutlonery etc.,
Received by Every Vessel
from Him Frauclsco, Xew Yorlt
tt.nion pui:d company, a. w.
KJ Brsii, Mtiiiiignr. Sue atlveillse
ini'iit on other paj;e. 28
v v Honofiilu JSrayinan's
1 a wSVfifliM i
Prices of Cartage :
ON and AFTER the 1st of MAY,
1882, tjie following prices will
be charged on all
Sugar, Rice, Iron,
Coal (loose or bagged),
Caiitaoi: On all sugar and rice,
2f cts per ton of 2000 lbs., within
the f6llowing boundaries:
Steamer shed aud the City Front, on
a lino' of the above named ware
house. Also from Brewer's wharf to the
From Esplanade to the Queen street
374 cts per ton.
All sugar and rice to be delivered on
the wharf and not on the vessels'
rail, as formerly. If delivered
on the vessels' rail 87 j
cts per ton.
Coal, bagged, 37 1-2 ctspcr ton, 2240 Ibs-
' loose, B0 cts.; or any part thereof.
Lots of coal over fiO ton, -lO'cts a ton
Carting and piling coal, per agreement
Bricks SI per WOO
" piessed, 81.50 per 1000
Lime or Cement 7 1-2 cts a load;
Melchaudlse to bond 37 1-2 siuglo load
" from bond CO cts
' to the island steamers and schrs,
B0 cts single load
Molases 37 1-2 cts single load
(icucrnl merchandise, exclusive of tho
above clause, 37 1-2 cts load or ton
Including the following boundaries
Uerclaiiia, Alakca and Maunakea
streets and City Front,
Iron aud machinery B0 cts load or ton
Ei.tra heavy machinery and safes as per
Lumber SO cts per 1000
Post1 1-2 cent each
Shingles f0 cts per 10,000
Hubbish aud dirt B0 cts single load
Boats 7B cts each
Black sand per special agreement
White sand 2.50 single load
VooiI BO cts cord
Furniture as per' agreement.
From the City Front to any of the
Kukui street 0.50 load.
Sehoolst. bet.Emma&Brhlgo 0.75
Walptula .-. 1.00
Judd st 1.60 "
lee works 2.C0 "
Lelco aud Sehool sts Ln0 "
Ptmni 2.00 "
Kohololoa. . .; 1.00 "
Kakaako.... . 1.00 "
"Valer (Kalllu) 3.00 "
Puuoa ..2.50 "
Pa vvaa l.f'O '
Putiahoii 2.00 "
lnujue Asylum -.2.E0 "
Alapai's (Paltuna) 1.R0 "
Queen's Hospital 0.70 "
Kerosene House -.0.75 "
Oahu Prison...... .-1.00 ,l
To Gov't Powder Magazine, per
load of 1000 lb: or less B.00
From ditto ditto 3.00
' . , IIoitATio G. Ckabbk,
S. M. Cahtkk,
W. F. SlIAllltATT,
Hkudaiii) & Co. ,
Geo. II. RonKicrsoK,
Mits. C. P. Waud,
77 per F. Hustnce, Mauager-
f.G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
Teli'Dhbiie No. OS.'. 15
Shirts and Hosiery,
Fancy and Bluo Flannel Shirts,
Wnito Shirts in great variety,
Iuipoitod expressly for this market.
78 lvv A. S. Clcghorn & Co.
Cs Medium Bread,
ex Caibarlcn, for sale in
quantities to Milt by
00 A. S. Cuxmoitx & Co.
?l?EATBargain For Sale Tho
T iii-KiiiiKos bitolv oeeunied bv G.
C). Hicl.-liv' nn 1' llilni. titreet: also
tlio adjoining projiurty with dwel-
lng nouso on sumo. i iieso iiiuees
tir( fnvoruhlv sitiiated and but a
tdiort distance from town. For fur
ther particulars apply to George C.
i."Mll SAM:, a stylish Cturltige. Horw,
. dilvcs double orslnjrle, perfectly
s-ounil: iilso H.nic'ss nnil Toj) Hiigny.
0!1 Applv. to C. O, lluiuuti.