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Daily Bulletin OHice.
NOTICE OF KEMOVAL.
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MONDAY, OUT. 9, 1882.
THE DAY'S DOINGS.
Mr. Adnins will sell, nt sales room
nl 10 o'clock, Land in Million.
Kolilcr's "Wax-Woik Inhibition,
.from 10 a.ji. to 10 i'.m.
Harmony Lodge I.O.O.F., 7:.10.
Alffiroljn Lodge I.O.O.T., TibU
Beautiful coeoanuL taffy ! ! !
Siiinglks are Hat.
Tin: comet is looking brighter
Shanks of Olowalit stock liave
been sold by Mr. ICIIis at 88.1.
Wastiuj some hair dye by a w-Iiito
IlACK-DHivr.tts' badges will be
issued on Wednesday.
Wi: hear that the "Little Britain"
estate has been bought by Mr. J. N.
Wright for about 820,000.
Tiik team of driving mules fetched
812 apiece on .Saturday, and the
antiquarian brought 825.
. Tiik Wuioli brought 1,000 pack
ages of sugar on Saturday, which
will be shipped on the 1). C. Murray.
I'Kori.i: up the valley arc com
plaining that there is no police pro
tection up there. ,
1'itoF. Y.vi(Nii.r.Y will commence
Ins singing classes this week. In
tending pupils fehould start at once
Ax old man named Kailiidaula
dropped dead when about to work in
his taro patch at 1'alama on Fiiday
Ax informal reception and dancing
party will be given on bonirl the
Alaska by Capl. Belknap and the
officers on "Wednesday t from 1 to 5
On Saturday morning there was a
runaway in a yard attached to a
shop on Fort direct. A corner post
was knocked down, but no other
A mttix grumble from an em
ployee: " The large establishments
djdn't close on Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, as agreed on some
Tiik Kamoi went out on Saturday
nflcrnoon with one of the largest
loads of machinery that has over left
the port on one vessel atone liip.
It was a pleasure to sec how expedi
tiously it was put on board.
Anotiii-.u subscriber mentions lo
us that the milk wagons arc driven
too fast, and m the afternoons, as
little children arc playing about the
streets, it is n very dangerous prac
Tin: police are keeping a stiict
eye on the express drivers. On
Saturday one of the drivers left his
carriage for a moment on the wharf
to calch n pabsengcr, and a police
man jumped into it and drove it up
to the station-house. The driver
was lined 8 1 and 1 costs.
Wk note the improved appearance
f the Waikiki side of the Hotel
inco the house hi front of it has
teen pulled down. The Hotel now
lioivb fairly its Jlnopropoitions, and
no can have some idea of what the
diolc will look like when the im
'ovcmeuU arc completed.
Wi: weio shown on Saturday an
elegantly chased silver dinner sen ice
just arrived from San Francisco,
and intended as u present for a
gentleman on Kauai.
Ox Friday an express was stand
ing on the makai side of the road,
opposite the Chinese Theatre with
out its driver. Some boys frightened
the horse and it started to run away.
However, instead, the horse and
wagon rolled over the edge of the
into thu mini below, luckily it was
low lido and no harm was done.
Ox Saturday evening the fire bells
rang out at nbout a quarter to seven.
At (list it was stated that the Insane
Asylum was on fire, Jiut on arriving
at the spot it was found that some
Chinamen were merely clearing their
land by burning old rice stalks,
Tin: Fish Market is in a disgrace
ful condition, if we have been told
tlic truth. One end of the main
building has sagged down about
8 inches, the lloor is giving out, and
the whole place is so did and rotten
that it is liable to collapse at the
first strong gale. Who is responsi
ble for this stale of affairs?
It appears that only 11 licenses
for shooting gamo, &c. , are issued
from the Interior Department to be
used in this district, and yet how
man' natives and others do wc sec
and hear of going gunning and
bringing home the produce of the
chase? As" n license only costs So
per annum and 81 for the stamp the
police ought Burcly to hunt up the
offenders and prosecute them.
Wn arc ghul to notice tho com
mendable conduct of those in charge
of the steam roller the other day
A gentleman was driving by and the
horse seemed frightened. The en
gineer stopped tho working of the
roller, and the luna walked by the
horse's head till it got past. Such
praiseworthy consideration for
others is seldom shown, and wc arc
pleased lo hear of it when it docs
Ai,m:n ": Komxox have now in
good working order the only hydrau
lic elevator on the islands. It was
first worked on Saturday morning.
It will lift with case a load of 1,000
lbs. We tried a ride on it in the
afternoon and it was a perfect pleas
ure the motion being so swift. Such
enterprise deserves every commenda
tion and wc trust that the linn will
reap considerable benefit from It.
Tin: Gospel Temperance Meeting
in the Bethel Vestry on Saturday
night was well attended. It was a
truly earnest and spiritual gathciing.
Several signed tho pledge at its
close. Wc can confidently recom
mend the meetings as a good placs
for young men to spend their Satur
Brii(ii,Aitn:s arc frequent lately.
We hear of 2f0 cigars having been
stolen from a restaurant nud about
GOO or 700 lbs. of lead from a tin
smith. The latest however is that
some ladies heard a noise in their
bedroom, and one moving so as to
get up and get a light, saw a man
jump out of the window.
Tin: Sappho has left us, but she
will ever livo in our memory through
the gallantry and pohlcncas of her
captain and officers. Is'o British
captain in these waters has earned a
greater number of friends through
his uniform couilesy and thorough
geiillemanliness limn Captain Clark,
and he has been ably seconded in
these respects by his officers, and
most of our principal residents h.ivo
been their delighted hosts and guests
from time to timo; and if report
spctd.s true, more than one of our
fair ones has captured the heart of a
"truo British sailor."
Tin: lamp at the corner of Fort
and Bcrctitnia streets ha3 been taken
down for some lime and never been
replaced. In these dark nights it is
dangerous to drive at anything
faster than a walk up Fort street, as
just maiika of Bcrelania street Fort
street narrows so that a driver m its
present slato of daikness may run
his team through a fence. Will
some one see that this lamp is re
placed, as it is much needed?
Mit. Koiii.ku's Wax-Work Exhibi
tion &c. was very largely attended,
at both performances last Saturday.
The youngsters not aloucj bccmcd lo
thoroughly enjoy themselves. Sev
eral of his patrons expressed a wish
that he would continue another
week, and as the attendance
was greater every day last
week, he has consented and as
novelties, there will bo added,
amongst others a Scriptural Group
of Life-like Figures, about 20 in
number, representing Moses in tho
Desert, striking the rock, also a now
musical instrument called "The
New Zcalanders Bush l'iano," on
which the Kohlcr Bros, and Mr.
llydcs play tiios. Cornel solos
will be played by the phonograph.
Tho musical portion will commence
at 8 o'clock. The attendanco, no
doubt, will lie commensurate with
the woith of this leally good show.
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
This Day, Monday.
Land in ftffianoa
In nceoidnnrci with a power of Mile
c-outniucrt inn cei lulu mortgage made
by M. Correia to Castle & Cooke, dated
tl'ie 2nd dayof Mnrt'Ii, -iba'J, duly rccoid
ed. notice is hereby given that mid
mortgagees intend to foieclosu mid
mortgage, for conditions lirokcif, mid
upoifYnld fnicfilotitio will sell at pt'iMIu
auction, at salciooni of El' Adam",
Monday, Oct Dili, nt 12 in., the picmises
described in said muitgngc, as s-pcclllcd
below. Premises to lio Mild rniiMut of
all of wild Correia'.s leasehold inteiest in
that land known as
The Long Premises
In Mmion Valley, as conveyed by lcno
of F A Snhncfcr to said 'Corrcln and
Mnnucldii Sllvn, loth Apill, 1881, for 10
yens, at SSoO per annum, rent paid to
'15th October, 1882. The iirrm Nc ron.
sNt of over 45 acics of line land, of
which a acres arc leaded to Chinese at
sl.'iO nor annum: of 'the lcma nln-' nor.
lion theie aro II) taio patches, producing
nbout $'J00 per milium; about 2500 ban
ana trees bearing and to bear; .'J acres In
vegetable; worth i?!100 or $100 per an.
mini ; a duck pondsjmhout 21 nt-ics of
paMiiniland, and a never railing spring
of wnter; there me 5 good liouua In re
nair, lit for ininii'dlate occupancy. Tho
interest of Sllvn can be puiclmscd at a
le.wniablc. Ilguie. Further p.utlcular.s
ctia be had oi W. It. Castle, Attorney at
Law. L. I'. Adams Auct'i,
OHIA and LEHTJA
At $1U per Coul.
A. F. Cooke,
215 "in Foot of Nuunnu btieet.
(Itcpifscnling Ilou'iuing is Co., .Sydney,)
having arrived per Oily nl tfuw
lork, Is now icady for
Saddleiy and '
Sample Jioom, lircvcr'a Jilock.
(upstair)-, neU Dr. Whilncy'.O
IS" Wholesale oideis solicited.
,FOR SALE or to LEASE, a
rijWVTJ AH'li l'uttauj;, on the
KfciniSaWn Plains, in a good neighbor,
hoo'l. The house Fs new mid coiiiniiis 2
bedinmno, ilth clo-cts; parlor, (lining
loom, pantry, bath, kitchen mid k whig
looai. A nice largo ynul, with out
homo Apply lo
JUS tf II, S. AGNEW.
Tonguecl and Grooved
CARGO NOW LANDING
Ex bklne KIlMtat,
Also, a Full Aosoilmciil of '
Lumber of all kinds,
FOR SALE 15Y
202 lin Lowers & Cooke.
American Legion qf Honor.
rplIH REGULAR HUSSIONS of the
JL Oceanic Council No. 777, A. L. of
II. are held in the Knights of Pythias'
Hall. Campbell's Ruildfiig, on thr First
and Thiul Tucday of cciy month.
212 tf HliNRY SMITH, Sec'y.
Princevillo Plantation Co.
rpiIK Annual Meeting of the Prince
.JL villo Plantation Co. will be held at
tho onire of C. Brewer is Co., on TUES
DAY, Oct. 17th, 1882, at 10 o'clock n.m.
210 2w P. O. JONES, .In., Sec'y.
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S
Done on the most lcnsonnhlu terms
By a Competent Modisto,
Residence No. 4 Harden Lane, Honolulu
A. G. ELLIS,
QTOOK HROKER, will buy or sell
O Plantation Stock, Jiondx, mid
Oilier Marketable Securities,
At their market value for cah.
21.1 Olllco with E. P. Adams, Aucl'r.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
NO. 38 Merchant Stieet, Honolulu,
(Established In 18711)
Sugar Plantation, llailioad,
Telephone, mid other Corporation Stock,
lionds mid Similar Securities Untight
and Sold on Commission.
Money loaned on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 1882. 221
110 days from Li vet pool,
Never befoie shown in Honolulu.
Small pi outs and quick leturns, at
202 lin J. T. "Waterliouso's.
VT ANTED Anyone having a copy
IT of the book " Laickawni" lo dll.
posU of will ple.t.so call at
201 lm J. AW HOliCItTSON & CoV
rpOLET a lot, 100 feet Minnie, on
J. which is Madia for 10 or more
horses, rmiliign limine, and .scrvnnt'h
house, w nter laid on, opening on Young
.street. For particulars- apply to
211 lin til ii. O.Hall is Son
1 ELEGANTLY FlTHNIsllEDlTommi
U to let, single or double, with all the
conveniences and coin foils uf a home.
Hooms aro largu and well ventilated.
TerniH strictly lnodenilc. Apply at No.
2 Adams Lane. 211 lm
HPAVO OFFICES TO LET, on the fee
X outl lloor of the Imlldliiy occupied
by J. AV. Ilnbcrlr.au i Co 13'j
rpo KENT A Fuinished Itoom, nvc
X. minutes walk from Iho Post Olllce.
108 Apply to J. M. Oat & Co.
TO LET-ONE OOTTACJE,
containing 7 loom.", with UPbliii"
mid every conv:nience, (ituatcd on the
V'alus about 1 iilo fioin tonii, Water
laid .hi. For panicul.iis apply to
OS I in At E. OIInll is SoiiM
Elegantly Furnished Rooms
170K FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN.
; TLE.MEN, wilh nil thu convenien
ce!; mid com Toils of a hopie, with
Use of Parlor.
Room", are large mid well ventilated.
Terms, Strictly Modorato.
Corner oi Hotel and Alukeu bticcls.
NEW MUSIC HALL.
Mr. Kohlcr, with pleasure announces
Hint on account of Incrcaicd patronage
he has decided to give ono more nnd
The Last Week
& MUSIC CONOEUT8.
Now Music, &c,
"TlcsTrs. Kohlcr & Hydcs
in Solos, Duetts, &c.
Trio, on the
Now Zealand Bushman's Piano,
never before played this side the Equa
tor. New Figures Added I
New Figures Added I !
AJ magnificent jjroup of 20 Ilfe.llko
figures representing tho Scriptural pic
Moses in the Desert
Striking tho Kock I
Made by Herr Krcltzineyor of Mel.
bourne, nnd late of Madame TaussaudV,
Open from 10 n.m. to 10 p.m.
Admission, CO cts.; Children under
10 half price. 200
THE Annual Meeting of the Stock,
holders oi'Jtho AValanno Company
will be held nt the oulcc of II. A. Wide,
mniin, on MONDAY, October lOlh, nt 11
o'clock a. in.
212 110 C. O. UEKGEH, Sec'y.
rpiIE Annual Meeting of theWnlluku
A. Sinrnr Company will be held nt the
olllce orC. llruwer &Co.,on TUESDAY,
Oclidrer 10th, nl 10 o'clock n.m.
210 lw , ArM. AV. HALL, Sec'y.
AVAIIE-HOOMS, Nos. 50 nud 58 , ,
THE LAR6ES7 AKD MOST WLETE ' ".
In the Kingdom,
which will be
Sold at tho Lowest Rates,
Made to cider nt t-liort notice.
E. P. ADAMS,
Telephone No. 72. 207
TVTOIICE. HimiiAim & Co. have thin
X 1 day ilispmed of ihelr drnvnge nud
expies.-, business in this c-ilv to A bulky
&C'o.. who will eontlinie t'ho Imsincss.
lhankful lor the liationago of tho pub.
Ho in tho p.iht wo hopu thu fame will bo
continued lo our tum'KMi.
x, HEI511ARD & Co. .