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MONDAY, JUNK 5, 1882.
THE LIQUOR TRAF21C,
The closing of Uio liquor saloons
on .Saturday Inst, on nccount of its
being election day, suggests a few
reflections which may he considered
ns pertinent. To a nt ranger just
arrived in the country, it would
unturnlly excite a good ninny ques
tions, to bo told that by the laws of
the country the keepers of these
naloons, and everybody else, are
strictly forbidden to sell, give or
furnish any intoxicating drink to
'native Hawaiian at any lime, and
that as a rule, the law is faithfully
observed by tho saloou keepers and
the gicat majority of foreigners.
The first question asked by the inno
cent stranger would be, If the
natives cannot get liquor, why then
close the saloons ? It. would le
difficult to frame a satisfactorj'
answer. Perhaps it is thought lest
. to " assume a virtue, if you have it
The fact is admitted that, notwith-
standing the law, the natives can
get as much liquor ns they are able
to pay for, and not from the liquor
'Baloons either. This is illustrated,
particularly on Sundays, when all
liquor establishments are, we arc as
sured, faithfully kept closed. It is
next to an impossibility for a for
eigner to buy a bottle of liquor on
that day, but it is well known that n
native with money can obtain it
without any trouble. Instances, we
are told, are not infrequent of for
eigners employing natives to get
their supplies of liquor on, Sundaj's.
Good and salutary laws arc out of
place on the statute books, if they
arc constantly and notoiiously
broken. In oider to secure the
strict and honest enforcement of any
penal law, like those under consi
deration, for instance,
the liquor traffic and Sunday obser
vance it must have the backing of
a solid, intelligent public opinion! .
The Annual Election of Engineers
of the Honolulu Fire Department
takes place this evening at the Hall
of Engine Co. No. 2.
Second hand Top Ruggy, Open
Buggy, Break and Trotting Sulky
for sale, very low, at Phil Stein's,
on Foit street, above Hotel. 99 lw
Notwithstanding the liquor
saloons were closed on Saturday, it
was evident early in tho day that
" tho spirits " were making their in
fluence felt on quite a number of na
tives in and about the Government
House. Qf course, they bought the
aforesaid spirits at the saloons the
day before !
NOTICE. The uncloislgncd is now
prepared to glc lessons in Spanish
or French, and nny other foreign lan
guage, orally and scientillcnlly, with tho
most easy method to Us perfect know
lebgc, to young ladles at the Kinder
Garten School premises, Nuuanu Ave
nue, dally from 2 to 3 p.m,; and to
young men, at tho premises opposite
iiuccn Kiniiia's. ironi a to iu p.m.
For particulars enquire therein, 92
F. 1). A. MunUC7,I'rof. of Language
Musical Event of the Season J
Mendelssohn Quintette Olub
AShlstcd by Miss Coha Miller,
Will ghoa Giand Conacrt in the Music
Hall on fie arrival of tho steamer '
City of New York,
lri..i Hie Colonies.
8' Till purlieu ins will be IsBticd
after thenriiviil : tlm stcamir. Tho
Box Plan will be o.u ucd at 9 o'c oek on
Suturi'ity m. Tiling :it tlu BocI.h ore of
Mix-rf. .1. V. lio.titsoii &Co., when
seats may bo tccured. 103
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' THE LEGISLATURE
Did n6t sit on Saturday, having ad
journed over from Friday until
Monday, Saturday being an off day
nnyliow; and besides the election
for a Representative took place in
the Hnll of Aliiolnnl Hale. Rut
Honorable members took advantage
of the interregnum to visit the In
sane Asylum, tho Reformatory
School and Oahu Prison. The
"train" consisted of some fifteen
hacks, filled with legislators who
appeared to be in exhuberant spirits
and a number of nttachces. It
was stated that there was to he a
grand intiit somewhere in the even
ing, but not hnving been favored
with particulars, (including an invi
tation to bo present) wo arc unable
to report thereon.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Tiik Dubliu assassins had been
found and arrested, but subsequently
escaped from jail ; and the report
was circulated, May 18th at Dublin,
that they had escaped in the garbs J
of pricBts, and were then on their
way to the United States.
On board the steamer Altnowcr,
in San Francisco harbor, there was
63 cases of sinall-pox among the
coolies, and some of the ship's crew
had been stricken down. Hongkong
was to he declared an infected port,
and all vessels thence ordered into
The Anti-Chinese movement
gathers strength in Snn Francisco.
.mpioycrs ot tlic labor were giving
notice that they would havo no
Russia Duds that tho Anti-Jewish
movement has cost her over one
millions of dollars.
The A Ua reports Hawaiian sugar
at from GJ to 8J cents.
The barkentino Ella, arrived this
morning, brings San Francisco dates
to May 19. Wc glean a few items
of nows, which however, is not of
7,C08 packages of sugar have
como to hnnd since Saturday morn
ing. The brigantinc YVnta arrived last
Saturday aftcrnon from New Castle,
N.S.W. She brings a cargo of coal
to Messrs. T. II. Davics & Co.
The steamer City of New York is
due to-day from tho Colonics
route to San Francisco.
The Consuelo, Forest Queen nnd
Jane A Falkenberg were up for this
port when the Ella left.
Tun Falkenberg was to sail the
day after the" Ella.
Honolulu Fire Department !
Election of Engineers !
THE annual Election of Engineers of
tho Honolulu I'lie Department
will bo held In the Knglne House of
Mechanic Engine Company No. 2 on
Monday eenlii, .Tune !th.'l882. Polls
open from 7 to 0 o'clock.
C1IA8. T. GULIOK,
iiicige oi Election
P. P. Kkknkdt. 1 ..
L.Annr. f ouera.
Honolulu, .Tuno and, 1882
Table nnd Pio Fruits,
Nice Br.'ukfast Goi ds, such as
Candle Hull, Kill non and
., Pic Pork In lb. Tins,
Sul alle for fara lien. For salt by
UJ A. s, CuouoitN Co.
Mr'. II. L. Sheldon, Editor
" Dailt BottRTiK " : AVni you re
print from the Friend of yes
terday, an arttole on: pago 60,
" Sabbath Observance," .and call at
tention to it, ns a timely admonition
from one who has the best interests
of the Hawaiian People at heart.
I trust tho select committee to whom
the subject has been referred, will
give wise counsel in their report to
tho Legislative Assembly. ,
" Latu papers from tho coast in
form us that the people of the State
of California, arc determined to cn
forco a wholesome Sabhatli Law,
which closes all places of business
and public amusement. This is a
step forward and not backward. A
similar ell'ort is now being innde
in many of the Eastern States,
nnd it is with no moderate degree of
surprise and shame that, wo notice
an cuort on tho part of our legisla
tors to break down our Sabbath
Laws and open places of amusement
on the Holy Sabbath. We hope
thcro is good sense nnd principle
sufficient among the members of the
Legislature to frown down such a
project to legalize wickedness. Wo
call upon all good people of every
sect and creed to put their faces like
a flint ngainst this project on the
part of some to trample upon God's
command to Kcmember the Sabbath
and keep it holy.' Sabbath-breaking,
rum-Belling and vico of all kinds bo
long to tho same class of defiant and
overt acts of wickedness tending to
demoralize tho cummunity and bring
down the displeasure of Heaven.
Now is the time for virtuous woman
and good men to Bueak out and
shame down these men who would
open the flood gates of sin and im
purity, crime and licentiousness upon
our island cummunity. Wc cannot
imagine that a majority of our Legis
lators are prepared to sanction a mea
sure fraught with such untold evils.
With free rum, free opium, free Sal
bath, and what are wc coming to?
Ye fathers and mothers of families !
Ye pure and virtuous women 1 Ye
correct men, young and old, now
speak out, and apeak to those who
sit in our Legislative Hall and there
would legalize sin, encourage crime.
defy the authority of Heaven!"
Attention is called to an adver
tisement in to-day's issue, calling
for tenders for the construction of
the new building for tho Y.M.C.A.
Tub steamer Likeliko brought
2,100 packages of sugar and 50,000
It sounds a little odd to report
the receipt at Honolulu of fifty thou
sand shingles, coastwise from Mahu
kona. They were brought on the
steamer Likclike, which arrived yoa
tcrday. IiiKHE was a' large crowd of
visitors on board H.B.M.S. Cham
inn. JAMES itEAU was elected a
member of the Assembly for Hono
by a considerable
Tiik barkentinc W. II. Dimond,
Capt. Houdlctt, sailed from Kahu
lui on the 1st inst. for San Fran
cisco, taking 10,534 bags of sugar
weighing l,SG3,877 pounds, value
899,(520.89, ami the following pas
sengers; 8. T. Alexander, wife und Ji
children, L. A. Andrews, D. Oliver,
J. P. Smith, TV. E. MeDcrmott,
and it in the steerage.
NOTICE to Contractors The plims
and specifications for the proposed
now building of tho Y. M. O. A. of Ho
nolulu can bo (.ecu at the ofllco of C.
Brewer & l. Sealed Tenders for tho
construction of the same will be rewired
by tho Building Committee up to 12
o'clock noon of Wednesday, Juno 21st,
1882, at the otllce.of C. Brewer & Co.
Satisfactory guaranteo for faithful
performance of contract must bo fur
nished by thoM. bidding for tho job.
Tho Building Committee reserves the
right of rejecting any or all bids.
P. C. Jones, jii.,
J. B. AHTiiiirrosr.
C. AI. Cookk,
Building Committee Y. M. C. A.
WAXTET), n live nan with moder
ate capital, who Is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear of a
f;ood business opportunity by addrcss
ugCl'I)., Bulletin offlce. Principals
only. AH communications strictly rou
WANTED n jonng Glrt.tomnko her
self generally Uhcful in the house
ot a ladv on Maul. For particulars en
quire at tho Hawaiian Hotel, Room No.
10, In the morning bffore 9 :30. 97
WANTED, a quiet family carriage
lini-Ki. Miillnhlf fnr a liulv to drl.
ono which can ho trusted for safety and
at the same time not a lar.y beast. Ad
dress P O Box 834 97
WANTED By a young man who Is
thoroughly comersant In English.
Kronen, Kpnnisu, rortugucse, .inimnvic
and Chlncho languages, a position ns
Iloot-kreper, Clork or Interpreter.
Apply to J. W. KonKKTsox t Co. G3 lm
J. W. ROBERTSON
In Stationery, etc.,
Reeceivd by Every Vessel
from San Francisco, Now York
H. J. Nolte, proprietor.
Served from 3 a.m. to 10 p.m.
First-class grades of
Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes,
and smokers1 sundries.
A Billiard Table !
is connected with tho establishment.
UNIO& FEED COMPANY, A. W.
Busn, Manager. Boo ndveiteie-
ment on other page. 2ft
1 Fine Jump-seat Bocka-wajr,
nearly now nnd In perfect order, suit
able for family or lia'ck business
1 Large Furniture Exprea Wagon,
has just been thoroughly ovcrhauted
1 two-seated Spring "Wagon,
sound and in perfect running oider.
I Light Road Sulky,
has been used but very little, ana la
in perfect order.
Also a few sets of
New Single Harness.
Apply at C. E. Williams, Furniture
Warcrooms, 111 Fort street. 9T2w
THE OLD CORNER
IIaiit Buos., : : Proprietors.
Survod up In flrst-class stylo at all hours
Open from 3 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c, &c. Also,
Iced JDi'inJkis !
Prices of Cartage :
ON and AFTEK the 1st of MAY,
1882, ibo following prices will
bo charged on all
Sugar, Rico, Iron,
Coal (loose, or bagged).
"Caivtaoe On all sugar and rice,
25ctspcr ton of 200Q lbswithlu
the following boundaries, i
Steamer shod and the City Front, on
a line of the above named ware
house. Also from" BrewerV wharf tq the-
From Esplanade to tho tyre0" street
'.t cts per ton.
All sugar nnd rice to be delivered, on
tho wharf and not on the vessels'
rail, as formerly. If delivered,
on tao vessels' rail 874
cts pw ton.
Coal, bagged, 37 M etsper ton,2240lbB.
" loose, SO cts.; or any part thereof.
Lots of coal over ,50 tons, 40 cts a ton
Carting and plttng coal, per agreement
Bricks $1 p 1000
" pressed, $1J0 per 1000
Lime or Ccuusat 1-2' cts a load ;,
Merchandise to bond ST l-'i single Joad'
" from boad CO cts
" tp the bland stesmcis and sohrs
CO ct single load
Molasses 37 1-2 ets single load
General merchandise, exclusive ot the
above clause,, 37 1-2 cts load or ton.
Including the following boundaries.
Bcrctnniar Ahikea and.Maunakesi.
streets and. City Front,
Iron and machinery CO cts load oc ton
Extra heavy machinery ansLsafes as p.cs-
Lumber 50, rts per 1000 .
Posts 1-2 coat each
Shingles 50ets pee 10,000
Bubblsh and dirt 60 cts singUt load!
Boats 70 Qte each.
Black sand per special ngntemana
White sanil 2.50 single load!
Wod 60 ets cord"
Furniture as pes agreement)..
From, the Ctty Front to.any ottho
following places : . W-SB
Kukui street' O50doadl
School st- bct-Emraa& Bridge 0.72 "
Walplula, liOO "
Judd st... .-r.. ..UC0 "
Ice works-.-..... ..2.50 "
Leleo und SpUpol sts - i.(fl "
Punul ..-2.00 " -
Kohololoa....... liOd '
Kakaako. - .-. . L.00
Waller (Kallhi) -..3.00'"
Pauou - ...2:50 "
Pawaa -....K.B0 "
Punahou -2.00 "
Insane Asylum. .-.SO '
AlapuL's (Palaiaa) ...'U50 "
Queen's Hoepiial jojft "
Kerosene House. .0.75 "
Oahtt Prlsou -.l.00 "
To Gov't Powder Alngazino, per.
loastof.lOOOilb: or less...l..5.00
From, ditto ditto 3.00
IIOllATIO G.. Cbjvbuk,,
1V F. SlIiUUtAM,,
IIebbaiid & Co..
Geo. H. Robkbtsok,.
Mns. C. F. "W.UID,
77 per F. Hustace, Bfannger.
G. II, JiOBEETSQN
, Drayman best toams.
TeUtJionc .U5. IS
Shirts and Hosiery,
Fancy and Blue Fhuxnel Shirts, .
White-Shirts irt great vanioty,
Imported expressly for this market.
78 lw A. &. Clegkirn & Co.
Cs Medium Bread,
ex Caiharlen, for sale In
quantities to suit by
9Q A. S. Cu:niion & Co.
CI BEAT Bargain For Sale Tho
JT premises lately occupied by Cr.
0. Bockloy, on Lifilui street; also
the adjoining property with dwcl
ifig houso on samo. i'lieso places
aro Favorably situated and but a
short distance from town. For fur
ther particulars apply to George C.
FOlt SALE, a stylish Can I age Horse
drives donble or single, perfectly
sound i als6 Harness and Top Buggy
G9. Apply to C. O. Beucjek.
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