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Daily Bulletin Oitice.
NOTICE OV 3U3MOVAL.
' .i I, I,
rpiIB DAILY BULLETIN is removed
f ' QUEEN STJIEET,
Opposite G. West's Carnage Factory.
Jj$hc ja "itlklfji.
THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1882.
, , THE DAY'S DOINGS
Fori si. Vestry
'"Am. Legion of Honor, 7:!J0.
Tho Eocoption on the Alaska-
Yesterday afternoon on board tlic
Alaska an informal reception was
held h' the Captain and ollleers
from 1 to 5 o'clock. Although
Hlylcd informal yet every indication
wan given of careful preparation
both on the part of hosts and guests.
iThc whole of tlic aft of the ship was
decorated with Hags and green ferns
JnTid boughs interspersed with llowcrs.
Flags of all nations formed the
On the arrival of His Majesty
ilio- Itoynl Hawaiian flag lloatcd
Iinoudly out from tlic masthead, and
n royal salute was tired and the
yards manned. The same was done
't his departure. Tho deck made a
'beautiful dancing Iloor, and the
guests soon were seen whirling in
tlic mazy intricacies of the dance.
"Swc'ot music was discoursed by the
Baiul, and fairy feet llcw round
V "In Milt Lyiliiin nicasuic."
The wardroom was amply supplied
with refreshments of the most
tempting kind. Over 100 in
vitations were sent out and more
than 300 persons were on board
jjy half-past I) o'clock. Amongst
"the guests present were His Majesty
.and suite, Mr. Daggett, Mr. "Wodc
housc, Mr. Feer, and tlic diplomatic
'corps, the Premier, and most of the
elite of the city. AVc congratulate
Capt. JJclknap and his olllcers on
having given tlic most enjoyable
affair of tho season.
Tho Wreck of tho Minora-
The Uritish ship Niagra, Capt
Good, of 1,000 tons burthen, went
ashore on the middle-ground ycslcr
da', nt 12.-15 v.m. She left Kan
Francisco for Liverpool on .Sept.
1 Glh, with a cargo of wheat having
been chartered by "Win. Diesbach of
San Francisco. On the 27lh she
encountered a cyclone in Ion
119.30 W. and 17 N., and started a
leak. 2,000 sacks of grain were
jettisoned and she bore away for this
' Tlic cause of the accident is slated
variously, as the parting of the lash
ing oftho tow-line on the Pele and
its lack of vJowcr to tow her to wind
ward after that, and also it is slated
that the hawser was not properly
fastened on the ship, and that it slip
ped off the fastenings.
The ship's agents are Dickson,
Dc "Wolf & Co., of San Francisco.
At present she is in a dangerous
position, as aha is on the rock on
the lee side of the channel, and the
wind is blowing her further on every
moment. At the time of striking we
arc told she had 18 inches of water
111 tho hold. ,
Several coasting schooners went
out last evening to render assistance,
Ahout .'3,000 bags of wheat in
good order were saved up to this
11101 mug. JMgnt icetoi waier in me
hold. Assistance has been rendered
by the U. S. S. Alaska, Pohoiki,
Kaluna and Kapiolani.
Tnr.iti: has been a considerable
fire on the hills above Mukiki the
last two nights. It puts old coloni
als in mind of tho frequent bush fires
in Australia. It commenced in Mil
lion Valley on Tuesday afternoon,
and spread rapidly up the hillside
into Makiki Valley, and is now very
near the Hume- of the water works.
It is estimated about bevoraf hund
red acres have burnt. It is to bo
hoped that the beautiful scenery of
Nanoa Valley has been spared.
Tun entrance lo the Government
building was quite safe yesterday.
Cut. Maiiciiaxt is gelling his
shop painted and renovated. Ano
ther icasoii for palroin.ing linn.
SoJit: very ornamental brass bird
cages have been received at Dilling
ham's, and are now on view.
Tin: smoke from the lire out Ma
kiki way was a perfect nuisance yes
terday in town.
Tun meetings of the Planter's
Labor and Supply Company will be
held in the Armory at o o'clock.
M.vxv people were gazing at the
star visible at -1 o'clock on Tuesday
Mi:. A Kkiiu put up a very ele
gant and comical sign on King street
What haole was it that sat up
one hour watching his neighbor's
Hag polo and mistaking it for the
Tin: Kale leaves this morning for
San Francisco. Tho mail by her
closes at U o'clock. All loiters
marked will be forwarded by her.
Kohlers Wax works will be closed
to-night and lo-morrow night and
re-open on Saturday afternoon
Yi:sti:i!1)av morning the fastest
time over the racing course was
made by the Government House
boat's crew, S minutes.
Wk heard yesterday that there
was a small schooner on shore at
Koolau, but have been unable to
find out any particulars.
Tin: Interior Department yester
day received a new safe one of
MacNcalo and Urban's. It is like
others in this town both ornamental
Tin: Government have feent for six
new lamp-posts from San Francisco,
they will be hero on the Suez most
Tin: foot-patii on Richard street
next the Hotel is having a wooden
curbing alllxed to it, and the whole
thing is beginning to look a model
to the other streets.
A Hawaiian- Jlluc IMbbon League
was formed on Saturday night last.
It is a temperance organization, and
the insignia, a little badge of blue
ribbon, is worn constantly at the
Tin: 1 O. A., in its editorial of
yesterday, gives credit lo the wrong
man for tlcvisiutj and moulding the
new liquor law, as, if we arc rightly
informed, he was opposed to that
particular section of the measure
which tho J. (J. A. refers to as
having worked so successfully.
Auction Sales by EJP. AdamB
Mortgaged Holies of Fodoron and Salo !
SATURDAY, OCT. 14TH,
At 1!) o'clock noon.
In accordance with a Power of Sale
contained la a ccituiii muitgiigo made
by M. Concia to Cusilo ifc Cooke, dated
tliu 2nd day of March, 1862, duly record.
ftl. JSotice is nerehy given unit saiil
11101 Igagces intend to foieclono wild
moitgage. for condition broken, mid up.
on sititl loorcclo-uro will sell al nulillc
auction al thosalcis room of 10. P. Adam-,
in Honolulu, on Monday, the iltli day of
October, lijy, at 12 110011 ot said tiny,
tho premise described in said mortgage.
in, ncjinv hpecincu.
Fuithcr paitlculars can be had of "W,
1$. Castle, Atton1ey.11t.ln3-.
Casti.i; Ai Cooke, Mortgagees.
I'rcnii-cs lo lie sold consist of all of
bald Corrcia's leasehold interest in that
land known as tho Long Premises la
Miinoa Valley, as conveyed by lease of
1''. A. Schacfcr to wild Corrcla and Man-
uel Du Silva, l.'lli April, 1831, for 10
j earn at !S8.0 per milium; mil paid to
October loth, 1H81T.
There- are about -1.1 nines of hind in
above picmiM', of which ahout 1:1 m res
arc leased to Chiiinnieii at $ 1.10 per an
num; in the remaining portion are a
large number of banana plants, several
tiuo patches ami one piece of hind of
about 21 acre.-. 'I'll ere are
FIVE GOOD HOUSES
upon the piqperly. The interest of Man
uel de Silva will bo Jlteicd til the buino
E. P. A damp, Auctioneer.
ivr.umixu nifiay ycsteiday. South
Sea Islander stabbed a woman of his
J. Tj. "WATimiiousn's stoic on
Queen street appeared lo bo closed
yesterday morning, as Hie shutter
was down. It was simply an acci
dent to the machinery for moving
the shutter, and it was speedily re
paired. Ox Stuulivy afternoon, about -1
o'clock, as the policemen were sil
ling outside the Station, n spent ball
from n parlor rillc hit one of lliem
on Hie knee and rebounded on to
Hie other's boots. Who has been
attempting the lives of our gallant
Wis hear that Mr. Clco. Lucas lias
brought down n specimen of tho fire
plugs in use at San Francisco, and a
list of the prices at which they can
be obtained. Anyone can sec at a
glance their superiority for all prac
tical purposes over the present style
in use here. AVc commend this to
the notice of the Fire Department.
Almost nightly certain offices in
Kaahtiniami street are left open.
Yet if those places are ever broken
into and robbed, the police will be
blamed for not preventing it.
Owners and occupiers of buildings
should bo very careful lo fasten
them up every night, as otherwise
if a robbery occurs no one will be to
blame but themselves.
Ox Tuesday afternoon, between
Hie hours of 1 and 2, a native man
went to the residence of Mr. John
Cummins on Uerctania street, dur
ing his absence, and told thu old
native in charge that he had bce:i
sent for Mr. Cummin's rifles. Hav
ing obtained them he went away and
hasn't been seen since. One of the
rifles was n brass bound Henry rifle,
and the other was a nickle-plntcd
Winchester. Mr. Cummins offers a
reward of 820 for the detection of
the thief and the recovery of the
property. Some prisoners who were
working near by, stale that they
can identify the offender if he is
On Tuesday, Oct. 10th, the wife of Mr.
J. C. Glnde, a daughter.
LOST GOLD HIXG, set with large
brown and white stone. $.1 rewind
on returning same to Daily IIum.htix
Office, Queen street, 218 lw
. T. WATERH0USE
lias just rereived, and are now
opened, and for wile,
CROCKERY and MAJOLICA WARE,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Dessert Sets,
Al-o, Fancy Articles in Majolica,
Such as Pitchers, Tea Pols,
Flower Pot, Plates (leaf pattern)
Slamhud Dishes, Syrup Jugs,
I5i cad Plates Sardine Boxes,
Salad Howls, ifcc., ifcc.
And many othcit loo numerous to men
tion. J. T. WATEHIIOUSE,
218 lw King Street.
WASTED, Immediately, 2 GIRLS
to npenito mi Sewing Machines,
and -I GIRLS to trim dresses, at MBS.
MELL1S, 101 Fort sticel. tSTNonu but
llrst.ehtss hands need apply. 217 lw
OAIIU LODGE, No. 1, Knights or
Pythias. This Members of the
nbove Lodge me requested to attend thu
Convention THIS (Wedac-day) EVEN
ISO, as important buslines will come
up. Full attendance icqucslrd.
217 ll.SMITil.lt. K. & B.
ATOTIOE.-DU. EMEltSON will be
-Li absent f 10m the city this week.
Ue will return 011 Saturday morning,
vffjft A SPLENDID Opportunity Is
BjMwi&nS "ow ollcrcd lo buy tho Popu.
KsuaLad Inr Lodging House recently
occupied and conducted by Mrs. White,
al 12."i Fort street. The premises contain
1 .store, 17 bediooms, kitchen, dining and
hath room. The looms arc all liicclv
furnished and in perfect oider. For
fin I her particulars apply to present mo.
priclor, F. W. WALLACE, 120 Foil st
jjfcOU SALE or to LLASE, a
MSS N I I'K OOTTAG E, 011 ilia
KCBi Phijnx, in h good neighbor
hood. '1 he house Is new mid coninins 2
bedrooms, with closets; parlor, dining
room, pantry, bath, kitchen and sowing
room, A nlcu largo yaul, with out
houses Apply to
810 If 1LJ.AWTCW.
Ox Tuesday evening on King
street towards Walkikl, Mr. and
Mrs. Uurgcss were in their waggon
when the horses ran nway mid enp-
sized the vehicle. IJolh the lady
and the gentleman were thrown out
violently. Mr. lhtrjjess had his
arm sprained and Mrs. llurgcss will
probably be confined lo her bed for
some little lime.
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL, No. 08!)
American Legion oT Honor, will
niict this Thursday Evening, nt 7:!!0
o'clock, in Kniahls or Pythias' Hall.
Campbell's Ulock, Fort street. A full
attendance is rcipiostcd.
11 W. J. Lowmr, Sec
American Legion of Honor.
rpiIE ltEOULAK SESSIONS of the
1. Oceanic Council No. 777, A. L. of
11. ate held in the Knights of Pythias'
Hall, Campbell's Building, on the Fhsl
and Thiid Tuesdav of every, month.
aia tf llliNUY SMITH, Sco'y.
i'rincovillo Plantation Co.
rpiIE Annual Meeting of the Prince
,L villo Plantation Co. will he held at
the olllce of O. llrewcr it Co., on TUES
DAY, Oct. 17th, 1882, at 10 o'clock 11.111.
210 2w P. C. JONES, Jit., Scc'y.
rpiIE Annual Meeting of the Stock.
JL holders of the Wiiiiiuiic Company
win uuiiciiim iiic ouicc 01 ji. A. iviile
111111111, 011 MONDAY, October lGth, at 11
o'clock n. 111.
212110 C.O.IJEltGElt, Scc'y.
fJMIE Adjourned Annual Meeting of
X tilt AVailukii Sugar Company will
be held nt the olllce or C. Urcwcr it Co.,
on MONDAY next, October 10th, at 10
210 2w WM. W. HALL, Scc'y.
LADIES' & OIHLDltEX'S
Done 011 the most reasonable terms
By a Compotont Modisto,
Residence No. -1 Garden Lane, Honolulu
A. a. ELLIS,
STOCK llltOKEIt. will buy or sell
Plantation Slock, Itonds, mid
Other Marketable Securities,
At their market value for cash.
2 W Olllce Willi E. P. Adams, Aucl'r.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
NO. JJ8 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
(E.stublished in 187U)
Sugar Plantation, Ihiilro.ul,
Telephone, and other Corporation Stock,
llouds and Similar Securities Woughl
and Sold on Commission.
Money loaned on Slock Securities.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, IBS'.'. 211
TTAS I LD Anyone having a copy
IT of the book " Laiukuwai" to dls
pose of will please call at
201 lm J. AV. HOIJEKTSON it Go's
HPOLET a lot, 100 feel Mpin7e,oii
-L which is slnble for 10 or moro
horses, enrringo house, and servant's
house, wiier laid on, opening on Young
street. For pailiculars apply to
2111m nlE. O. Hull it Son
JL to let, single or double, with all the
conveniences and com foils of a home
Rooms are large mid well ventilated.
Terms sti icily inodciale. Apply at No.
2 Allium) Lane. 211 lm
110 days from Liverpool,
Several New Lines
Never befoie tJiown in Honolulu.
Snitill profits and .quick returns, at
202 lm J. T. Wntcrlioiwo'H.
Elegantly Furnished Rooms
pOR FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN
X TLEMEX, wlili all tho convenien
ces and coiuforls of a home, with
Use of Parlor.
Rooms 1110 largo and well ventilated.
Terms, Strictly Moderate.
Comer of Hotel and Alttkeu blrcels.
NEW MUSIC HALL.
Mr. Kohlcr, with pleiisiiicniinoiiiiccti
that on account of increased patronage
he hai decided lo give one more and
The Last Week
& MUSIC CONCERTS.
Now Music, &c.,
Messrs. Kohlcr & ll.vdcs
in Solos, Duetts, itc.
, Trio, on the
New Zealand Bushman's Piano,
never before pluycd this side the Eona-
Now Figures Added I
New Figures Added ! !
) magnificent group of 20 life-like
llgurcs, representing the Scriptural pic
Moses in the Desert
Striking tho Rook I
Made by Herr Krell.incyer of Mel
bourne, and laic of Madame Taussaud's,
Open from 10 a.m. lo 10 p.m.
Admission, (JO cts.; Childicu under
10 half price. 200
(Represent hie IloHhung & Co., Sydney,)
having arrived per City of New
York-, is now ready for
Rumple Jloom, JJrciceri Jilmfc.
(upstairs, nel Dr. Whitney's.)
2i" Wholesale ouleivi solicited.
OHIA and LEHTJA
At 1U per Coid.
A. F. Cooke,
215 Dm Foot of Nuuniiu blreet.
MR. W. H, WILKINSON
begs lo notify to the public of II111111
lulu and travellers to and from
all foielgn pot ts that
Ho has Purchased
the Business and Stock in trade of tho
Honolulu & San Francisco xpr3 &
And that he proposes lf carry on the
business in good style; in fact
everything will'lio done
"Up to thoHandlol"
All persons requiring furniture, bag
gage or goods ol any dcciiption shift
eil, traiisferird or shipped will Ibid it to
their advantage, to apply to him at his'
olllce, King street,
Telephone No. 130,
as low rates as possible. 187
21 and 20 Gauge,
0, 7, 8 and 0 feet lengths.
Eastern Clear Smiaie Edged
WHITE OAK PLANK,
From 1 lo 4 in. In thickness,
Received ex late arrivals, and for sale m
quantities lo suit, by
203 lm ALLEN & ROBINSON.
1'OR SALE, a No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grinds from " to 10 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all In good
order; can be run by steam or hoiu
power, just the article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
"Wheat, Bran, Barley, Whole ami
Ground, Mixed Feed, cte.
AS OUEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
oil LAINE & Co., UI Fort Kt. '