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BY AUTHORITY.
Sealed Tenders
Will borecehcd at tho Offlco cf tho Minister
of the Interior until MONDAY, March 9,
1890, tit 12 o'clock noon, for publishing tlio
Session Laws of lSOfl, ns follows:
1. Publishing iu newspaper, English,
one tiuie, at per 1000 "ems," octavo meas
ure, double column.
2. Publishing in newspaper, Hawnilnn,
one timo nt per 1000 "ems," octaoineas
ure, double column.
H. Printing and binding COO copies of
the above laws, English, in same style as
the Sssion Laws of tho Special Session of
180.".
1. Printing nnd binding 2."0 copies of
the nbovo laws, Hawaiian, iu same stylo ns
tho Session LawA of tho Special Session of
1303.
, All bids must bo endorsed ' Tenders for
Printing Lows'nud lnust bo undo iu con "
fortuity uith tho nboo -items as specified.
Tho Minister of ths Interior does not
bind liiitibolf (o accept tho lowest or any
bid.
J, A. KINO,
Minister of tho Intel ioi.
Interior Office, Miuch fl, 1800. 2l4-.1t
5 Eue9ii7 Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 189(5.
THE LIQUOR QUESTION.
There is no liquor question bo
fore tho country ns rt proposition
of. practical politics until the
Liquor Commission appointed nt
the special bession of 1S!)3 shall
havo submitted n roport on tho
subject. It is understood that the
Commission will submit a meas
ure proposing a radical change in
tho pieient methods of conduct
ing tlio liquor business. As tho
Ijolievors in tho total prohibition
of the manufacture and salt of nil
iutoxii-ating drinks concede that
such ti ineasmo is as yot imprac
ticable, tho utmost length to which
the Commission can go is to sub
mit a plan for the diminishing or
restricting of tho traffic. Beyond
measures in tho lino of more strin
gent police regulation of tho re
tail liquor business, it is extreme
ly doubtful if tho present Legis
lature is legitimately empowered
to make any change in tho liquor
laws, or in tho law relating to the
importation of opium for tho mat
ter of thnt. Neither question has
ever boon squarely presented
to tho electors of tho islands.
Thoso who desire tho Legislature
to do away with tho liquor interest,
as these oxisl after many yours
of toleration, and thoso who
would havo it Qreato legal private
interests in tho opium truflic, such
as havo for a long tirao beou non
existent, are alike wanting tho
legislators to over-ride their
commissions. The fact that some
men who aro engaged in tho
liquor business wore elected to tho
Legislature on tho samo ticket
with prohibitionists shows that
tho question was not presontod nt
tho general election. "When liquor
was prohibited in Maine, tho peo
ple of that Stato endorsed tho act
nnd on many occasions since thoy
havo uphold it, until at length
thoy made ptohibition nn nrticlo
of tho constitution. If those who
cariied prohibition in Maiuo more
than n generation ago wore not
nwnio of tho sentiments of the
majority and thus confident
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pealed, thoy scarcely would
havo taken tho trouble to mako
tho proposition tho law of tho
State. Tho disponsary systom in
South Carolina was adopted by n
direct vote of tho peoplo and can
only bo abolished by tho same
ngoncy. Local option laws havo
been carried b)v sovoral States in
tho Union and by Canada, where
by countios, towns and oven siuglo
electoral districts may forbid tho
salo of liquor within thoir bounds.
Tho Canadian fedoral law on tho
subject gives an opportunity to
tho constituencies adopting it to
voto upon its retention or ropenl
after trial of a certain term of
years. Under provincial laws in
somo parts of tho same country it
is unlawful to soil liquor in quan
tities of less than ten gallons,
unless on petitions to tho muni
cipal authorities signed by two-
thirds of tho ratepayers of an
oloctoral section. Under such n
law there has boeu local prohi
bition of tho rolail tiaillc in near
ly every county in Nova Scotia
for n quartor of a century.
Yot in none of thoso
cases was tho letail liquor
interest or tho public taken by
surprise, as tho question had been
agitated for yeais as n distinct
issue, so thnt tlio piohibitionists
had nt least a political tight to
ovory advantngo thnt thoy could
gain in tho hurly-burly of genoial
politics. Mon woro elected in dif
ferent parties who woro known
to bo on tho temperance side, un
til at length a majority not es
pecially sought for that purpose
was ready to voto for measures
propounded by leaders of tho
cause. That the mensuies in
question -which have hold their
ground in tho statute books wero
not snap judgments has beon
sufficiently proved by tho fact
that tho people havo not elected
legislntures to ropenl them. In
the caso of this Republic, it can
not bo hold that tho subject has
been discussed sufficiently to
justify radical measures by tho
present Legislature. In tho revo
lutionary movement of 189.T nnd
the organization of tho Republic
in 1894 some of tho most con
spicuous figures woro men deeply
interested in both tho wholesnlo
nnd tho retail liquor traffic. Tho
now order of things cannot thoro
foro bo claimed to bo intrinsically
one favoring liquor prohibition,
any more than it can bo denomin
ated one in favor of protection
freo trade, or any other political
doctrine, with certain exceptions
shown iu the pubtic declarations
of thoso who abolished tho old
order as well as in the piovisious
of tho constitution. Somo of theso
exceptions may bo stated. One is
of courso republicanism. Another
is prohibition of tho opium trnffic,
becauso the monarchy wns over
thrown, for one reason, becnuse
tho Bovoroign by tho advico of hor
constitutional advisors signed a
bill to liconso opium. A third is
tho prohibition of public aid to
sectarian schools, which is found
in tho constitution of tho Repub
lic. Tho Ropublio is just statting
and its electornto is very limited
as yot compared with tho number
of peoplo who aro eligible for
ovon tho restricted franchises pro
vided in tho constitution. At pro
sent there is only one party in
open oxiblonco, having,, it is true,
some factional lines of division.
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There aro many thrums to bo
gathered up and odds and ends of
important matters already boforo
tho Lcgislnture to 'bo nd justed bo
foro doctrines of -mngnitudo suffi
cient to divido the body politic into
parties aro tnkon up for definite
action. It is to bo expected, how
ever, that tho Liquor Commission
will submit propositions that will
place tho liquor question boforo
tho country in a tangiblo form for
discussion. To adopt any radical
measuro such as either tho Goth
enburg systom or tho South Caro
lina disponsary systom, without
tho most thorough discussion out
sido of tlio Legislature, would be
unwiso nnd fraught with tho risk
of increasing tho evils sought to
bo provontcd. .
ItOlllEVtl til IiOlltC.
Tho following is the list of pas
sengers leaving by tho Alameda
today:
J Emmoluth, Mr nnd Mrs E II
Shirk, Mrs Leslio, Mrs S C
Rounds, A C Broomo nnd servant,
'p n ti,., i.wi ,;r Aii-a w
Taylor and 2 children, tl Fcusicr,
Mrs Mason and son,Mis.s A Wido
monn, H G Allon, Mrs A Herbert,
Ri'of Koobolo, A S Orr, Charles O
Goodalo nnd wife, Lieut Newcom
bo nnd wifo, Lieut Trent and wife,
Mr Row and wifo, Dr J Fred
ericks, B Iv Donbigh, Br Munn
and wife, Lieut O M Lisak, L
Kahlbanm, A T McLean, wifo nnd
child, J
L McLoniij l'nul Ison
Aborciombio, wife nnd
berg, R
child.
pacts .About a Watcli
(I'rom N. V. Commercial Adv.)
"A wntch bnlnnco gives five
vibintions ovory second, 300 ovory
minute, 18,000 ovory hour, -132,000
ovory day, 157,(580,000 ovory year.
At each vibration it rotates about
li times, which makes 197,100,000
revolutions ovory year. In order
that wo may bottor undorstnnd tlio
stupendous amount of labor per
formed by these tiny works, let
us make n pertiiiout comparison.
Take for illustration n locomotive
with six foot driving wheels. Lot
its wlieols be run until thoy havo
given tho some number of revolt J
tion that a watch does in ono
yoar, and thoy will havo covoied a
distance equal to twonty-oight
complete circuits of tho earth."
What stupendous working
powers your tiny little ma
chine has; and how little at
tention you givo it until it has
refused to go further. "Tired
out." The accumulation of old
oil, particles of dirt, so minute
you can't see it, have so added
to its burdens, that it refuses
to go further. Now is the
time to send it to a watch
maker, not until now, for it
will no longer go as it should.
How much better to givo it all
tho attention it needs while it
3fet can go. Is it no better
than a common lawn mower 1
You give it less attention.
Would you think of running a
mower for a year or two stea
dily every day without a little
oil, something to help it over
the rough places. Yet you
are letting your valuable little
time piece wear itself out, sim
ply for want of a little atten
tion. It is our business to
take caro of 3'our watch. Only
expert workmen are employed
for that purpose, and what wo
do is Avell-done. All compli
cated work finds its way to our
workshop, lot us have somo of
3'our easy work also. Don't
get into the habit of bringing
it to us after it has been
through tho hands of numer
ous others; it will he cheaper
for you to havo it done well in
the first place.
H. P. Wichman
Lost.
A JAPANESE PUO ON NUUAND
street.' butwen llont Landing and Kulcut
street. Cnloi, blaolc and whitn. lluturu
to 0. E. IIOAIIDMAN,
21t3t 30(1 Morclmnt street,
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Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
AUCTION SALE
By S. LUOE
jJouEehold'jpurnitupe
On F IDAY, March Gth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Islmll PftI at the Henldtnee of Mu. TIIOS.
LINDSAY, Hiliool ttrttt. w.st or Xtiunnu
uvi'iiue, on ni- mint (M Ids Intended depar
ture, tliu Kntlro JhiiihchulJ Fuiultuiv, lz..
Fine Upholstered Parlor Set,
OnU Centre Tuble, Plnno Kuco,
Curtain", 0-iK r.xtcnstuii Dltilnjt Table,
Oak Bedroom Set,
Sofa, Wardrobes, Clinlrs,
Pino Heilroom Stt, Picture,
A Complete Sit of inch
Scott's and Diokens Works,
CrtuUnj; HtoL, Safe, Etc., P.tc.
f2f" (liiodit on lew tliu day prior to the
sale lioln I) ti. in to i noon.
W. S. LUCE,
Auctioneer.
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Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
B.F.Ehlers&Co.
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R. C. A. PETERSON,
Custprn House Broker,
!N"otary -:- 3?ublic,
General Business Agent.
Collection!) caiefully attended to.
ronico with II. E. Walker, Cuin
inuiH lllock, lleiclmnt Hlreut. 2:8 tf
DR. JENNIE L HILDEBRAND,
TELEPHONE 023.
Office: Comer of Toil and llerutnniu
Oflleu Hours: i) to 11 a. m., I to 4 p, in,
HiindayH, II to 10 ii, in.
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lucij'on Sales by Jas. F, Morgan':
AUCTION SALE OF
HORSES!
On SATURDAY, March 7th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
In 1'roiii of my Salesroom, Queen street. I
lllntllat Public Aufitlon,
1 Black Mare,
IlroKm to Harness. A Tlno Pamlly
Horse.
Ono Brown ETorse.
JAS.F.MOKGAN,
2H-2t Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
CARRIAGES !
On SATURDAY, March 7th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At in) Snlcaionin, Queen utreot, 1 will sell at
Public Auction,
13 New S times,
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1 New Dog Cart,
2 New Phaetons.
O 1. O . X' . iUUltU iVIN ,
2 2t Auctioneert
i ESTATE AND LANDS
For Sale.
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon or said day at my galea
looms on QUeen street, In Honolulu (utikss
vonnur disposed of at prhate side) tlio follow
ing described propcrtj, namely:
A ti act of land of about 2,1100 acres In feo
slmplo sltuato at Kolo and Olelomoana 1 In
SoutU Kona, Island of Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Hookcna, one of
tbu largest village In Kona. Tbcro Is an c
cellcnt hindlncr on tlio land Itself from uliero
tlio eollee and other produce could bo shipped
and agood site for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres ot land aro In coireo. Itoughly es
timated there is about cn hundred acres of
splendid coffee land lying all on ono block on
both sides of the Government Hoad. Eight
hiiDdicd acres lying above and to tho East of
the socu hundred acies above mentioned Is
also excellent land am) although at a higher
altitude Is no doubt also well adapted for
coffco culture, 'ihe lower land below tho
coffee belt Is snltaoloforplncapplcs and steal.
'Iherols a drjlng house, store and work
rooms, a (loidon'ft Pulpcr, laborers' (iiiartera
and tatir tanks at tho plantation, and tho
laud Is partly v, ailed Thctu Iihh neterbcen
any blUht onthls land, although coffee vtas
planted a great mauyycars ago. Old residents
of Kona llko tho lato D. 11, Nahlnii, J. W.
Kualnioku and others havo tcstllli d to this
fact. Theio Uuseu fishery appurtenant to
Olelomoana 1,
Terms cash or part of tho purchase price
can remain on mortgage at eight per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps at tliu expense ot
purchaser.
A map of tho property can be 6ccu and fur
ther particulars obtained at my sales rooms.
J. F. MOEGAN,
211-'d Auctioneer.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING Or THE
Stockholders of tho Iutcr-Maud Stenm
NaWgation Company, Ltd., held this day,
tho following officer and directors were
elected for tho ensuing jear:
W.n.Oolfrey, President.
ft,, Vice-President.
J. L. McLean Treasurer.
N.L. Gedge Secretary.
T.W. Hobron, Auditor.
DlRKCTOKS :
W. U. flndfrnv. J. Kim n V w:i .
Si Wiloox, W. (J. Smith, 'r. A. Hchaofcr, E.
N, E. GEDOE,
,i ii ?retoyl J.S.N.Co. Ltd.
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