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MONDAY, MAY 22, 1882.
THE NEW MINISTRY.
Tills was announced on Saturday
morning, as follows :
His Excellency, Waltkii Murray
Giusok, Minister of Foreign Rcla-
His Excellency, Simon Kaioa
KAAiMinister of tho Interior.
His Excellency, Jons Edwin
Bush, Minister of Finance.
His Excellency, Edward Pres
These are names of gentlemen
well-known in tho community, who
have all, with tho exception of the
first, held olllce m former adtmnis
trations. Mr. Gibson has long been
recognized as a prominent candidate
for Ministerial honors ; and thus, on
the whole, tho announcement of tho
now Cabiuct was received without
Of course, there arc party divi
sions and personal likes and dislikes
in tho community as to who Bhall be
at tho head of affairs; but with
these, prima facie, the Bulletin
has no concern. It is our province
to state things as wo find them,
naught extenuating nor setting down
aught in malice. The now Ministers
hnvo all the reputation of being
working men and by their works wo
shall piovc them. At present, at
least, they have tho decided advan
tage of a large working majority of
tho Assembly in full sympathy with
them, pcisonally. The attitude of
the community generally is one of
expectation as to the Ministerial
Tho appointment of Mr. Gibson to
a Cabinet position necessitates his
resignation as a Representative in
the Assembly for Honolulu. Ono of
the first things to be done is to hold
an election to fill the vacancy thus
created. Soon after the announce
ment of Mr. Gibson's appointment to
tho Ministry was made on Saturday,
a deputation of native voters called
on Mr. J. O. Carter and requested
him to become a candidate for the
vacant scat. Ho decidedly declined
Mrs. Scovillc, sister of Gultteau
tho assassin of President Garfield,
is icpoitcd to bo insauc. Sho has
been lecturing recently in New York,
The baikcntino Eureka left yes-
day for San Francisco.
Tho Likelike brought yesterday
4,300 packages of sugar and 52 head
At the Fort street Church last
evening, Mr. Cruzan preached to a
crowded audience. It was announced
that owing to the illness of Mr. Hal
lenbeck, tho protracted meetings will
not begin until next Sunday evening.
Tho barkentine Uncle John arriv
ed at Kahului on the 13th hist, from
Mnhukona. Sho will sail again . on
or about the 25th inst., with sugar
for San Francisco.
UNION FEKD COMPANY, A. W.
Uudu,' Manager. Sco advertise
ment on other page. 28
.CJIIK. GERTZ, No, 80 Fort st.
vF Importer and dealer In Gent's,
Ladles' ami Children's boots, shoes and
NOTICE. The undersigned U now
picparcd to give lessons In Spanish
or-French, and any other foreign Ian
guugo, orally nnd scicntlilcullv, with tho
mobt easy method to its perfect know
lebge, to young ladles at the Kinder
Garten School premises, Nunaun Ave
nue, dally from 8 to G p.m,; and to
youujr men, at tho premises opposite
Queen Emma's, from 0 to 10 p.m.
For particulars enquire therein, E. D.
A. Marques, Prof, of Languages. 08
'gomethlog flew, 16 cents each, for solo
by J w . JWDcrwon a uo.
Coolios and Bmall-Pox.
Tho S. F. Alta of May 20th,
says "Among tho coolies on board
tUb English tramp steamer Alto
iciefcr tho Quarantine officers yester
day morning detected a truo case of
small-pox. Tho patient was hustled
away to tho Twenty-sixth street
Hospital as quickly as possible. Tho
yellow flag was sent up and tho
vessel moved to the regular quaran
tine grounds, boyond Black Point.
Tho Custom House officials, who
were aboard at tho time, were con
signed to quarantine along with
everybody else, and will remain un
til danger is passed. The vessel
must be thoroughly fumigated, but
it seems there is no hulk in the har
bor which can be procured for a
transfer of tho coolie passengers.
It appears that the case discovered
was of the confluent type, and had
been secreted by the devilish coolies.
Tho Quarantine Olllcer had tallied
the passengers, and yesterday morn
ing tho number paraded was ono
short. The coolies at first pretended
'no sabbec,' but informed by the
interpreter that the fumigation pro
cess to be used would kill any per
son remaining between decks, they
at length disclosed the spot where
their diseased countryman was se
creted. The Quarantine Officer will
keep this vessel in quarantine thirty
Tho Tourists had a good house on
Saturday evening last, and the au
dience were pleased with the perfor
mance. The complimentary benefit
advertised for this evening will not
take place. Tho Tourists will give
their farewell entertainment on Sat
urday evening next (the 27th) when
we hope they will have a full house.
The Bev. Arthur Swasey, a Pres
byterian pastor in Chicago, recently
preached an anti-Chinese sermon, an
extract from which reads as follows:
" China, perhaps, must come to us
first or last. It behooves statesmen
and the deliverance-uttering ecclesi-
asticnl bodies to see that China does
not come so fast as to prove a peril,
When clergymen would not mind it
if tho coming of the Chinamen took
away their own wages and sent their
children on the streets ; when they
think it safe for a Christian homo to
be overrun with a conscienceless and
impure rabble for the hope of con
verting them, it may be time to ad
vertise the Six Companies and all
the coolies that our doors are wide
open. Till then wo may pause be
fore what may bo tho greatest turn
ing point of history for a thousand
F. HORN, Practical Confeotioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st . Telephone 74. 59
Wednesday, May 34th,
'Members are hereby .Informed that
Tickets can now bo procured from any
of tho Oulccrs aud Committee.
03 lw By Order.
Just received ox Furness Abbey,
1200 C6ils of Manila
and Sisal Hope, all sixes.
For sale low by
03 2m A. W. Pelrce & Co.
X7"ANTED By a young man who la
T thoroughly conversant lu English,
French. Spanish, l'ortuaueso. Januucse
and Chinese languages, a position us
Book-keeper, Clerk or Interpreter.
Apply to J. W. Eoukrtson Co. 63 lm
A torchlight procession,' accom
panied by tho band, celebrated tho
accession to offlco of the'now Min
istry by marching through tho prin
cipal streets of the city on Saturday
evening. There was about fifty
torches in lino, but tho crowd that
followed was pretty numerous. The
objective point was tho residence of
Mr. Gibson, the nowly commission
ed Minister of (Foreign Affairs,
whero congratulatory speeches were
mndoby the Hon. Mr. Haupu, of
Hilo, and others, responded to by
Ministers Gibson, Kaai and Bush,
whoso remarks elicited cheers. A
collation was partaken of, and cham
pagno flowed freely. A number of
transparencies were displayed,
among which was one with the
legend, " Equal Rights, at Last."
Tho ship Fiona sailed for San
Francisco on Saturday.
Tho barkentine W. H. Dimond,
Capt. Houdlctt, arrived at Kahului
on the lGth inst. from San Fran
cisco, with a general cargo valued at
$10,088 22-100. She will havo quick
despatch for San Francisco.
The brigantino J. D. Sprockets,
Capt. Friis, sailed from Kahului on
the 20th inst. for San Francisco,
with 6,81-1 bag sugar weighing 848,-
149 pounds, valued at $65,427
61-100, and the following passen
gers: P. Souter, J. B. Avery, H.
Scotchburn, J. Reese.
The bark Cyane, Capt. Hansen,
arrived at Kahului on the 19th inst.,
20 days from San Francisco, with
150 tons of conl. Sho will take back
a cargo of sugar.
14,167 paokages of sugar camo to
hand by arrivals since Saturday
From Hilo wo learn that the
schooner Claudina cleared for San
Francisco on the 13th inst. She has
a full load of sugar and other pro
duce valued at 848,704.23. She
also takes ten cabin passengers,
among them the Hon. F. S. Lyman,
with his daughter and two sons.
The weather is dry for Hilo. The
volcano is active.
The following vessels are expected
at Kahului within the next three
weeks: BarkF. S. Thompson from
Nannimo, due June 10th ; Schr. C.
Sprockets from Aptos, due May 23d;
Schr. Rosario from Eureka, due
Juno 1st. '
T U. KAWAINUI, AGENT TO
" take Acknowledgments to Labor
Contracts for tho District ofKona. Of
flco in ho New "Gazette" Building. 1
Redwood and Cedar
rj FEET LONG, for sale in any quan
I iiues, oy
Allen & Robinson.
Linen and Cotton Sheeting,
Towls and Toweling,
Just received by
78 lw A. S. Clcghorn & Co.
FOR SALE '
Californian Mules !
Expected per Lady Lampson.
58 Apply .to C. Brewer & Co.
McChesney & Githens,
Proprietors Honolulu Tannery ;
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceries, Provisions
71 Salt, etc., etc., etc.
11th of JUNE!
Don't you Forget it I
A lot of Extra Quality
Kew Zealand Oats.
Go oarly nnd secure what you want
78 Union Peed Co. 2w
What Americana Buy in Europe.
I rccontly accompanied an Ameri
can on a shopping expedition, his
object being to purchase some pre
sents to tako with 1dm back to his
native land. After securing several
parcels, consisting of trinkets and
newly-invented articles, tho shop
keeper handed him a pin, saying,
u This celluloid jewelry sells well,
as do most articles which come from
" But," returned tho gentleman,
"lam from America myself, and I
do not think it will pay to purchase
articles to carry back to America
which arc made there."
" Why, sir," exclaimed tho ten
dor, "six of the eight articles which
you have just purchased were mado
in America, and I can sell you
twenty-six moro from tho same coun
try with pleasure, if you choose to
The gentleman left the establish
ment under tho impression that our
export trade is in n flourishing con
dition. So is every ono else impres
sed who has noticed tho shop win
dows and market places of Europe
within tho past year.
A few choice Family
just received by bark Carbaricn, landed
In good order and for sale at a
Apply Immediately to G. W. Macfarlane
&Co. 00 St
Here is a Bargain !
FOR Sale, a now dwelling house,
contains 10 well ventilated
rooms with all conveniences, situate
on an acre of ground on the King
street road, utPakma, 1 miles from
Post office; said premises contains
good jpasturago, water, stable, car
riage house, &o. The land is leased
for 10 years from Jan. 1, 1882. All
buildings for sale for $2,250, and no
rental to pay for ground lease. The
dwelling cost $3000 to build. All
tho buildings revert to the lessee at
the expiration of the ground lease,'
and may be removed from off the
premises. Every room is furnished
neatly, and furniture will be sold on
reasonable terms if desired. Seve
ral good building lots and leases for
sale throughout Honolulu. J. E.
Wiseman, Real Estate Broker. 881w
OOR SALE, 400 or 500 Coral Stones.
x Apply to F. A. Schaeper. 65
FOR SALE, Six desirable lots on King
st, fenced and water laid on. For
particulars address P O Box 134. 50
FOB SALE, a stylish Carriage Horse,
drives double orslnele. nerfeetlv
sound: also Harness and Top Buggy.
69 Apply to C. O. Beuqer.
lilOTl SATjT!. nnn nntxr Rntvar Annnhln
holding 10 tons, built by G. Emmes,
uuu iiow in goou oruer. jor iuruier par
tlculars apply to Tiieo. H Davies & Co.
FOR Sale, 1 Square 7-oct. Piano,
Chickerincr manufacture, for
sale at once, $160, has been in use
aDout years and cost, when now,
$500. Address or sddIv to J. E.
Wiseman. 93 lw
170R SALE, a two-seated wagon
, with pole and shafts, and a
double harness, nearly new, price
$150. May be seen in rear of No.
20 School st. W. G. Needham. 72
TO LET, A cellar, 10x40 ft, suitable
for storing purposes Enquire at
P Stein's Carriage shop. 70 lw
TO LET, A room in a pleasantly situ
ated locality. Ten minutes walk
from tho Post offlco. Apply to
05 J. W. ROUEBTSON A Co.
LET, a House and Lot on
Nuunnu street, a short distance
above tho first brldgo. Apply to
J. Yv. Rouertson & Co.
LOST, A Black Setter Dog, any ono
knowing Ids whoreabouts will
please leave word with UenhVAVatkr
housk. 01 wf
LOST or Stolen, a small Yellow Dog,
answers to tho name of "Skip."
Had oil a black leather collar with tag.
A reward will bo paid for his return to
182 Nuuanu Street. 03
LOST A pair of gold-bowed Spec
tacles, leather case oncn at end.
Tho finder will be rewarded dv leaving
uiem at me store oi a. w. reirce & oo.
TT'OR SALE that very dcsirnblo
on tho mauka sido of Bcrctnnin st.,
(No. 125) adjoining Mr. Way's pro
mises, and having a front of
I GO ft. x 300 ft.
depth; together with a , ,
having room for 2 carriages and
horses. Water is laid on all over tho
lot. Apply to '
92 J. W. Robertson & Co.
Estate of JameB S. Lemon,
Of Keal Estate.
BY VIRTUE of an Ord,er of 'Sole
granted on the Gth day of May,
1882, by tho Hon. L. McCuTlyt 1st
Associate Justice of the Supremo
Court, sitting as Judge in Probate,
the undersigned, Administrator of
the Estate of tho late Jos. S Lemon,
will sell at Public Auction, at Sales.
Room of E. P. Adams, on
Saturday, 27th May,
1882, at 12 o'clock noon, all the fol
lowing described premises:
No. 1 House Lot and premTscs,
situated on Nuuanu Avenue.
No. 2 Eight 'Lots on Beretania
street, situate immediately op
posite the late residence of Jos.
S. Lemon, called "TJlulani"'
and described in Government
Survey as Lots No. 238, 239,
240, 241, 242, and Lots No.
230, 23a, nnd 234, an area each
No. 8 The House- Lot and: pre
mises known as "UlulainV the
late homestead of James S. Le
mon. Title GramVNo. 500.
No. A. One lot immediately adjoin
ing the samer with, a frontage on
Beretania street, and sunning:
back to Kinau street part of
Grant No. 500.
No. 5 Ono lot joining the above,
toward Honolulu ; also- part of
Grant No. 500.
No O Ono lot Joining: the above
toward Honolulu, and fully
shown on Government map, be
also part of the Land Grant No.
500 and Royal Patent. .
No. 7 One lot immediately-m the
rear of Ululani, with stone wall
and picket fence, title R.P..6035.
No. 8 One lot immediately above
tho above lots, being Nc 2 im
Royal Patent 3189.
No. 9 Lot No. 1 included w R.P.
No. 10 One lot on Woikiki road
just beyond the Long Branch
No. 11 One lot on Waikiki Road
just beyond the Long Branch.
Baths, including an area of 25
100 of an acre, being Apana L
of Kuleana Helu & and R. P..
2419, issued, to Kapilimariu.
No. 12 One lot situate near the
road leading to Telegraph Sta
tion, being Apana 2 of Royal
No. 13 Balance of Lease of a Lot
in Kapiolani Park, No. 134, be
ing 27 years from 18th July,
1878, rent paid up in full ; part-
ly fenced ; being assignment of
lease granted to Jas. S. Lemon, j
No. 14 One lot situate at Ulupala
kua, Maui, being 48 acres, and
being the same conveyed to Jas.
S. Lemon by the late H. Hol
steln and wife, by deed dated
8th August, 1877. .
Title deeds at expense of purchas
er ; maps and plans can be seen at
Sales Room of E. P. Adams, and
any information desired can be had
on application to
II. It. Macfablane,
Adm'trator Estate J. S. Lemon.
6T Terms at Sale. 8G
GREAT Bargain For Sale Tho
premises lately occupied by G.
O. Beokley, on Lifiha street; also
tho adjoining property with dwel
ing house on same. These places
are favorably situated and but a
short distance from town. For fur
ther particulars apply to George C.
i . j j .