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' MONDAY, OUT. 20, 1882.
" THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:00.
Algnroba Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7:00.
Miias Mooting, Knwafnhao Church
THE " DAILY BULLETIN "
The Daily Uui.i.uti.n' first appear
ed, in printed form, on the 1st day
of February last. It was then the
properly of Messrs. J. W. Kobcrt-
son & Co., and was a small sheet
measuring about 10x10 inches,
printed on one side only. Although
so small, it was hailed with welcome
by the community, especially those
engaged in business pursuits, who
regarded it as tending to satisfy a
common want. On the 1st of
March, one month after its first
publication, it was enlarged to 12x18
Indies, printed on both sides. The
additional space afforded by in
crease of size was at once filled with
advertisements.. Nearly two months
later, April 21, the Hui.i.trrix took
another step upward, and a rather
long step, too, for it then doubled its
former size and became a four-p.'fgc
paper. At the same time it ven
tured, to take a step forward; for
hitherto the little sheet had simply
recorded events, but it now began
to entertain and utter opinions of
itrf ..owns. On the first day of
August, just six months after the
first issue, Messrs. J. W. Robertson
& Co. relinquished all interest in the
IhJi.i.imx, and it passed into the
hands of the present proprietor.
.Since then the public support, has
been so" liberal and so stcadi' in its
growth that auolhcr enlargement lias
now become necessary in order to
keep pace with the public demand.
Hence, to-day's issue appears with
an increase of size. This will afford
additional accommodation to adver
tisers, whilst allowing of a greater
amount of matter for readers, lie
sides increase of size, it will be
noticed thai the reading matter is
classified and placed under (Sothic
headings, rendering it easy to find
anj- desired item at a glance. Other
cuauges, iiucinicii .10 improve oin
auvcriiMiig department, win siipruy
be introduced. To the Commercial
and Professional commun'iband the
Heading Public wo owe
for their patronage, arfid with the
view of giving
tliewi.bcttcr value for
their money wc hnvc decided upon
adopting the Improvements above
f HEELANTERS LABOR & SUPPLY
Met at 2 i'.m. The King's reply
was received and the meeting went
into Executive hession, which pre
vented reporters from being present.
We understand, however, that it
was voted that " the Company
accept it and place it on record,
publish thu same, and thai the mat
ter be referred to the Hoard of
Trustees for them to act upon it, in
accordance with the views
Company already expressed.
the Executive session was
' Mr., .Schacfcr brought up the matter
of the changes to be made in the
I'orliiguesc contracts. The contract
,-ns (lien discussed section by scc
lon, and a number of interesting
"icrsoual experiences given by
rious planters as. to the working
ii the different clauses and the
v.h held by the laborers of them.
The general opinion seemed to be
that the contract should be so word
'V ) 10. "How of but one interpreta
tion ofits meaning, and every dis
position was shown to nvM- " n
(litious as favorable loir C1-
,:iij would be consistcu ,Uce
Vtov the employer. jn of
fcolr. Baldwin it was nureeir ilmi. -
Committee of 0 be imimmtoii ir.
RnVilpIl contract, and it was pro-
ITTbsfcd.'by Mr? Schucfq' and agreed
Tito that the ponuu'ilicc should re
to,thc Hoard of Vsteosundco
With them- Jl'Ilil clminffnil .r,?l
SVi-,- ... . . . 4?'
ariwcu; iippowiwl Aiors, Ifiimi,
S. T. Alexander and 1). C. Williams.
.Mr. J). C. William's then made an
eloquent speech on the necessity of
the services of nn analytical chemist
being procured, especially for the
older plantations. In the discussion
which followed Mr. Uiinn stated he
had come samples of Chinese oil
cake, of which he would send some
to other planters who desired to try
it as a fertilizer. Mr. II. M. "Whit
ney gave his experience in the use
of fertilizers, but as it was of but
few months duration he would pre
fer to wait till next year before de
finitely staling anything about it.
Mr. (Hade stated lie had quotations
of fertilizers from Germany, which
he would be happy to supply to any
one who desired to experiment with
them. Mr. Ilnrtwell then suggested
that a permanent Committee on
fertilizers and seed-cane be appoint
ed. This was agreed to, and he
named Messrs. I). C. 'Williams, S.
L. Austin, II. M. Whitney, A.
llatiebcig and W. II. Uailcy as thu
members of it. Jt was then moved
and passed that the meeting ad
journed sine die.
Tur, barkcjitine Kitsap is
from Pugct'Souiid with lumber.
may come in any day.
The. bktne Jane A. Falkinburg ar
rived afMahukoiia on Oct. lfitli,',18
days from .San Francisco. Passen
gersFor Maliukona, II. P. Hitch
cock ; for Honolulu, M"r Fasold, K.
McKinnon, and 1 Chinaman.
(From our own Correspondent.)
The schooner Rosario, Captain
Swift, arrived on the l!)th inst., 18
days out from San Francisco, with
a general cargo, and Mr. L. I.
Scott as passenger.
The bark Emma Augusta, Captain
Ilodson, sailed on the 19th inst., in
l,..11..L.f JV. l,"....M-
WillllWU 1UI ...111 VJl I
The Rosario will probably sail
again on "Wednesday next forSan
Francisco. '' '
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Fort stiect Church was crowded
Irmf lllirlil. In linni H, Pwil.-
... ......w .v ..v.... ..- WU...
J lie Suez was crowded with pas
sengers and had a fair freight list.
Among those present to bid farewell
fo thu many passengers were His
jraiestv the Kin"
The Paukaa and Onomca Planta
tions were incorporated as Compa
nies on Saturday.
"Wr. arc told that Alakca street,
between Hotel and Hcrctanin streets,
is again in great need of repairs.
Mi:. F. Carter gave a most enjoy
able parly at his residence on King
street on Friday night.,
Tim Hon. G. V. Pilipo will ad
dress a mass meeting in Kawaiahao
Church on the political situation to
night at 7 :0() o'clock.
Tin; new Kamchamclia Monument
has been dripped on the Aber Aman,
which is due in December.
It is consigned to Schacfcr & Co.
Tin: Road Supervisor has not yet
attended to those holes in the Kco
ncula stono culvert yet, notwith
standing their danger to the driving
Wr. have received a copy of Mr.
R. M. Daggett's work entitled Urax
ton'a Har. It is most interesting,
and wo will publish our review of it
A quiet family parly was held on
Saturday night, at the resilience of
Mr. J. T. Waterhousc, Jim., to celc
brato the marriago of Mr. and Sirs.
Tin: jury in the case of Iibicklcy
vs. lira. Rogers and Filclyfc at till 0
o clock on Saturday WjTing. They
were then discharg r 'Cing unable
cll'f ' i
were 7 to
Sixer, our announcement of tlie
arrival of the mangostecn and duri
an trees, Mr. Jaeger has had numer
ous applications for them from all
quarters, some wishing to plant thorn
In the sands at Waikiki and others
on tho to1 of Ilalcakala. As these
trees, particularly tho mangostcon,
rcquiro warm, sheltered sunny spots
and a moderate amount of moisture
it has been determined to plant
them at Lahaina, Maui, Waipio,
Hawaii, and other similar spots, and
when they leave become acclimatized
to plant then in all oilier places
where they have a chance of suc
ceeding. Wr. noticed with admiration two
beautiful water-color paintings in
the window of Mr. Wells' Music
Store on Fort street. Such beauti
ful specimens of art aro rarely
found here, and arc well worth
viewing and possessing.
Wi: notice that a fine outfit for
driving-horse, buggy, &c, will bo
rallied at the ofllco of the Pantheon
stables on November 1st. Tho
horse is the well-known Livcrmorc
Pet. Mr. Wiseman has a few
tickets left for sale at 82 each.
Tiik Planters' Labor & Supply
Co. meets every six months, and tho
Legislatuio meets every two years,
and each at their meetings wish a
change of Ministry. 'Af'thls Yato
the session of olllcc for some Minis
tries will be very short.
Wr. have been informed on good
authority that the water supply has
not been tapped above tho reservoir
at all, and that beloW-ttio reservoir
the water works arc actually getting
more than their legitimate rights en
title them to.
' Tin: Saturday Pvas got its edi
torials a little mixed in the making
up of the paper last week, and it
was not discovered until tho first
half of the edition was printed off.
However, when discovered, the mis
take was speedily, rectified, and tho
corrected edition may now bo had in
exchange from all the news agents.
Wk have Jiecn favored with a copy
of the second edition of the Hawaii
an Cook Hook, published by the
ladies of Fort street Church. It is
a good guarantee of its usoftilness
to sec that it' has required a second
edilion, and that this Is au enlarge
ment of the first. It is .for sale at
Mr. Thrum's Fort street store.
Mil. J. W. Hobortson has" somo
very fine charto of the Hawaiian
islands and their harbors, published
by the English Admiralty, for sale.
They arc from the latest; surveys up
to 1881, and embrace tho following
harbors, etc. : Honolulu Harbor and
Pearl Lochs, Ilanalci Ha, Kcalakc
kua Hay, Makctia Landing, Knilua
Hay, Kawaihao Landing, and Ililo
Hay. These charts may be depend
ed upon, as will bo immediately seen
on noticing the source the' are is
!U-H. 'L -i-'.J lJL'J,,1,. ...'tJlW.U!
Oct. 21st, at tho Uutlicl, by tlio Hov.
Dr. Diininii, JIr. Jonlim, Into of Now
York ami now of Honolulu, to Bliss
Alice C. bees, of Now York.
DUIiJNG tho temporary absence of
Mr. W. O. Irwin from this King,
riom, Mr. AY. M. Oifpaud will attend to
the 'isincss of our house,
2a;7Sm WM. O. IRWIN & CO.
pvURING myilwencc from this Kinp.
XJ dom, 31 r. Thomas Taxxait will
act for ino under a full Power of Attor.
new . 1). "W. CLARK.
N.D. In order to niako for a birder
stock of new styles of clocks, Mr."I'nn.
unit will sell the clqcks, &., &c.,-nov
on bund, at Kreiitly prices. 22(1
"VTOTKJE. During my absence from
-LN tills Kingdom, Sir. Joseph O. Car.
tor will net for'nie unilcr a full Power
of At'orney. '
WSSw P. .0. JONES, Jit.
"TOTICB. During ir.'v abscneo from
-I-B'IIIS IVlllL'IIOllI, iHl, i'l.'lllK .M.
yinpp ,,ill uollect tiro renin tluqpfronr
jp-opi'iiy iKMimgmgfto Mva. xsaimiu
.Jrowrr, iimlhUn niako Rules oi'cnttlo
"fun thu Knnuohe Ksialo,
SW3w P. 0. JONES, .In.
Irrigntion l'rlvllegbn susjienili'il
' flU'ther notiroddiimtiiii'ludu
iroln (he Artesian Wells
.. i .
LONDON GOSSIP. ,.
(Hlicclnl fortlio Ualljriliillclln.)-
I do not Intend to give you5 any
news in tiicso letters, 'but Biniply
items of gossip whonl can fine them
for you as 1 know you will got 'the
solid items from your files of papers,
But I think somo of your readers
would liko to know the latest gossip
from the "big city," and, as far as in
me lies I will gratify their Moslre.
Now for my "budget.
. .There is a report in Scotland (hut
Sir Thomas Gladstone, brother of
the Premier, has prepared a largo
mass of material, mainly of a poli
tical character, for an autobiography,
which will be published in tho course
of next year. There will bo much
curiosity to learn what, the staunch
Conservative Baronet thinks of his
A Parisian feuilletonist relates
that ho had cut a slice of excellent
Roquefort chcc60, densely populated,
and was about to swallow a mouth
ful, whenu gentleman who had been
sitting opposite rose suddenly from
ills scat, snatched the plato away,
and exclaimed most indignantly:
"You shall not Cat this in my pres
ence, sir 1" "Indeed 1 Why not,
pray ?" asked tho astonished feuil
letonist. "Sir, I am a member ot
the Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals 1"
(To lm continued.)
A Mass Moeiiiig of Citizens
of Honolulu, will be held
"XMiim Itlomlay JSvtMiinpT,
on (licPdlltlcal gitunlinn'.of Ihccounlry,
' . '.," v. ln,tho . ' i
Al 7)30 o'clock,
Tho Hon. 0. W. Pilipo will open the
iiU'crlng with nn ailibcs.
220 It PER ORDER.
"foTOTICE. The partnership hereto.
JL 1 fore existing between Chin Lock
Si Loo Chat, (under tho firm nniiiu of
Wing Chong Chan is Co.) Is hereby dis
solved by mutual consent. The busi
ness will now be carried on under tho
firm iinnio of LEE CHAT, No. 4U Nun
Honolulu, OcLSl, 1882. 22(llw
NOTICE. I hereby give noticq that
I liuv'o disposed of my Grocery
Uuslncfcfl to 3Ir. S. J. Levey. All (ic
counts duo said business are to bupaid
Thanking the public for tho liberal
patronage they luivo been pleased to be.
i-tow upon me, I would respectfully ask
for u continuance) of tho snnio to my
successor. A. W. HUSH.
C2T Orders for llio Union Peed Comp.
any will bo received as usual, and
prompt delivery guaranteed. 223 lin
... j. f
ATOTICE. Having purchased from
1 Mr. A. W. Hush, nil his right, title
nnil Interest In the Grocery Busmcus, on
Port street, It is my intention lo carry
on tho sumo under the Arm linmo of s.
J. LEVEY & &o., and I hope, by strict
attention to business, and tlio wants of'
my customers, to merit a share of tho
liberal patronage bestowed upon my
predecessor, 3Ir."A. W. Hush.
225 lm H. J. LEVEY.
TVTOTICE All persons owing moncv,
JLt rent, &c, toller Highness Ruth
Keclikolanl aro borehy requested to
make their payments to . '
P210 lm II. A, WIDEMANN.
IRRIGATION; nftcr this date, Is strict-y-forbiddcn,
. Tlio II on is of o to 7 ft. m.
CHAS. B". WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved : .Txo. E. liusn,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Oct. 21. 1882. 120
A splendid and varied assortment
LEWERS & COOKE-
WANTED, Immediately, a centrally
located Cottage, within reason.,
ablu walking ilibtoiico to business, situa
tion on the Waikiki side of Fort htreet.
Must have thieu bedrooms.
22!) 2v J, E. Wiur.MAK.
l AJN riJU Aliyona liiiving a copyl
ot tlio hook..',' iaieKiyViii'.to Ufb.
jTOLEN orSlraved from Union lVr.l
VJ CoN Wnroliouse. iilinnt 10 . ,,, ,n,
Oct. It), u brown and wbito setter 1'lJl',
brown ears, brown and whlto spotted
legx, had collar on. Suitably reward
will bo paid on returning samo to .1. T.
Uiiterhouso'a Qucetst, Store. 22,'5
M'V'.iM'piyto ' ji.
- Kr IE
I0E iOHEAM FESTIVAL
J' ; WiliJjc given, on '.-,-riuuwlajN
-. -t Coinmenolng nt p. m,
In Iho Basement of Foil Street Church,
for defraying llio expenses of Iho
' Gospel Temperance work
on theso Islands.
Admission, 23 cts; Children, half-price.
' 221 '
Crexno do la Creme.
rpHH Ico Pactoiles nro in full blatt,
J. and so are
Elite Ico Cream Parlors!
- --They arc-Just freezing, which is
What you i:ant in this Weather,
and don't you forget it I
Ico Cream can bo bad from 1 a. rn.
to 11 p. m. nt
Ellto Ico Cream l'nrlors,
177 80 Hotel street.
Finest and Richest Goods
Ever shown in this Kingdom.
' Tim' IiKAMXU
OP CHAS. J. PISIIEL.
' 173 '
(Rcprcscnllng Holfnung ii Co., Sydney,
havinj! arrived per City of I
"iork, is'now ready for
fiairiple Jioom, Jireiecr's Moil:. "'
(upslairs. ppxt Dr. "Whitney's.!
1ST Wlioles'alc orders solicited. '" '
EX STEiV3IER " SUEZ,A
Best California Butter, in tubs and jars,'
Barrels Primo Porki
' Barrels Extra Mess Beef,, , .
niui-uarreis extra i-amiiy iieei,
Coses Full bank Lard, (J itntl 10 lbs.,
Bags Ciilifornla Potatoes,
Bugs Whole Barloy,
Bags Ground Barley,
Bags White and Pink Beans,
tAll are ollered nt low pflci. '
, BOLLES & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1882. 22U -iff
Elegantly Furnished Rooms'
TO LET, , ' ' '
FOR FAMILIES or SINGLE, GlSN.
TLE.MEN. with all tho convenien
ces and comforts of a home, with
Use of Parlor.
Rooms aro largo and well ventilated.
Terms, Strictly Moderate;
Corner of nolcl and Alakca st'r'ccls.
172 Mm "
Notice. ' !
Consignees ox bark Imncosf
from Now York, will please,
call for orders and miv
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED Rooms
, to let, singlo or dqublc, with all the
conveniciices and comforts of a home.
Rooms nro largo anil well rcntllafM.
Terms strictly moderatei Apply nt No.
3 Adams Lane. 311 ,1m
rpo LET-ONE OOTTAOlT,
JL containing 7 robins, with stabling
and every convenience, situated on tlio
Ptalne, about 1 pHo from town. Wntcr
laid ou. For particulars apply to
19.'i lm AVE. O. Hall & Son's.
TO LET a lot,yX) cot sminj, on
which is bt " ' tore,
horses, carrloge t's
'hou'c, water lr
street. For r
al 125 Fcl
4 Store. '
7$ pnwwfeWriiA Co
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