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E DAILY BULLETIN
HONOLULU, II. I., "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1882.
CO 0ENT8 PEfl MONTH.
The Daiuy Bulletin
Is published .every morning by Ilia
Dah.y 1)um.i:tin Pujimsiu.no Co.,
mijl circulated tlirotighouUhn town, mid
forwarded to the other Islands by every
,,, Subscription, CO cte. per month.
0. Cajison Kkxyon, . Editor. !
All business enmmtinlealloiiK In tin ml.
dressed, MnilAgcf Dully Bulletin, Post'
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Ullllu J1U( Jrtw. J, J.l'll')IIUIIU IU. t
J. 0. Ci.uviou, Manager.
HOW TO MAKE A BIRD. !
Take n stick of wood one inch
square and eighteen inches long, iiikI
point one end. Slit the other end
three or four Indies, nnd insert n
piece of stiff cardboard six inches
jyjJp(iUl h f.oot long.; This iwill
represent tlie body and (nil of (lie
Fasten on both sides, near the
J)jb)j6d,;ejid, a tnrjering $tlelcj ,twp
fcctjqng, with tlie outer ends slightly
c.levuted ami fasten to (he.su ami tlie
body a piece, of cardboard ten inches
wide uipd two 'feet long. Have the
(nil vertical instead of horizontal,
asjii.thqb'uHl, Round .off the outer
rear corners of the wing for three
oruinehes. . ,,, -i (
The itnjtntion of the-natural bird is
now complete. There is no need,, of
exactness, as (lie air yon arc (o try
it' in' will be nn unknown quantity,
and it iiiny just suit the shape you
make. An indispensable p.lrt is now
to be, added which is to preserve eq
uilibrium, and is not used by the na
tural bird. A tapering stick, say-one
and one-half indies wide, three-eighths
of an inch thick at tlie top, three
eighths of an inch square .at the other
end andghten jlichcsjqng,iif used.
This piece is to lie securely fastened
by It" small bolt through the upper
end to the body-piece, about five in
dies from the front end. It must be
callable of (d,utn.ent by allowing
the lower end to swing front nnd back
through say forty degrees. To tlie
lower end is fastend a muslin bag
which Will ':hoUt two pounds of
Expose the clligy to a breeze of
from three to twenty miles an hour,
from as high a situation as it is
possible for voti obtain, by holding
it by tlie pendant stick' near the
body$JL' Adjust the weighted stick
forward or back, and add or subtract
shot until the clligy has a tendency
to spring; fronuyour hand ngainsMho
curept J9fir. jwlui'ii .it mayf', W
released at a moment of greatest
steadiness of breeze.
"We have mnde hundreds of these
toyswyyiill kipdsJ (if success 'but
have never yet succeeded in "getting
one to travel beyond the limits of
vision. They have proceeded di
rectly ngiiiiHt,thu. breeze, for live
hundred yards, and obliquely, up.or
thriviL or'to" right 'or left, within
these limits, when they would lose
their balance and come down. .Some
times any kind of one that was
presented to the air would lloat cre
ditably, .while at other none,, would
succeetl.1 ; '
The pendniit weigltt for main
taining equilibrium, though the best'
ever devised is , far too sluggish for.
perfect work. The. momentum, of
this weight prevents the best results,
for it ii succession of puffs upon the
same wing should occur qiilcldy to
gether, the weight Would swiig far
enough in obedience to the implusc
given to capsize the clligy. Such a
succession of puffs is sure to occur
sooner or Inter iit each trial.
The coldest place on the earth is
JCJkoyiilslf. Liberia, located, at 073
north latitude on the river Yena. Its
lowest mean .temperature in winter
is A8.G (leg., below zero, centigrade.
Twit's the. cold poc of tlie earth in.
Asia, the corresponding spot in
America being to the northward of
the Pariy iBlnMsH Tho liiio joining
thctjCi two places docs not pass,
through. the North Polo itself, which
is (bus, In nil probability) oulsido the
line of greatest cold.
CIIAKLES rj HAaniBIl,
Mamtfiitititrcr mid dealer In nil kinds of
'' ' fMddlciTiuid Hiiriuw.
Oritcrs front the other Islands promptly
' ' attended to.
!()!) Corner Fort and King sin. ly
No Bush Whacking Hero.
LI;KS tJAVKI) by pur.
li-mm Y. FENNKLL. Ji -5S-5
.l'ruclienl Mechanic, 0J King street. ,
J2TKo I'cter Vuuk stock, here, SOL'
B. F. J3HLER8 & Co,,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All tholatcst Novoltios in,Fancy Goods Ecceivcd by every steamer ; 7Y)7?71 S'rVRlWrV
LADIES OF HONOLULU
AND THE VA1UOUS ISLANDS.
MHS.A.t. MULTjIS who Is admitted to I'm the leading Millinery ami Dress
matter, mndeste In the' Kingdom, begs leave to say 10 licrnmny numerous Lady
friends (lint .tier new sloek of licaiilifiil goMls recently ordered are now beginning
to arrive, which Include all the very hjtcst French-mid American fashions, in
Ladles' 'and Children's hats and bonnets and dress patterns of rich and rare
MKS.'MEhLIS utrictly superintends all work, and being always so thoroughly
competent anil particular with her patrons' orders, 11 Is not strange that all Ladles
of fashion and taste arc hoi customers. ' :
Ladies with their children arc invited to call and sec samples of the new Fall
and Winter styles In her Millinery department, ami alo to see tliu new and latest
plumes,, feathers, trinimlngs,,otc.j Every pains taken to please, the most fastedlous
and all work guaranteed lu every Respect.
' ' J .1 .'
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
A. M. M12LLIS, Proprietor,
Bargains will be sold at tlie above Estab
lishment previous to the arrival of
the Holiday Goods ! .M .,.,
A. M. MELLIS, 104
". " "'v"-'i' ,-i
Dealer in .Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store hi theIlawallanOazctto" build-
14 lug, opposite the Umif. ' ' '
- j r, tj
CllilH. I). GC'lUHCll,
8Sf Hotel Street, opjioslte the
12:) ;im liiteruatlouul Hotel.
D, W, GL ARK,
Watch Maker and Jewolor,
Always on hand a nice stock ot
5Watches, ClockB and Jewelry.iSJa
Itepalrlng Watches and Clocks s
alty, Xo. 55 Hotel Street.
Telephone, No. 210.
DUHING my absence from this KlnjJr
dom, Mr. Thomas Taxxati' wjll
pact forme under a full Power of Attor.
n ey. D. Y. OLAKIC.
N.H. In order to make room for a
larger sloek of new slyles of clocks, Mr.
Taimatt will sell the clocks, Ac, &v.t
now on hand, at greatly reduced prices.
i Artesian Ice Works
ICE DKl.lVKHKl) to all parts of the
city and suburbs.
)rder from the Other Islands prompt
ly attended to. '
Olllee at E. Fostmi's, Saddler,
150 Telephone Xo. 111. 2m
HONOLULU ICE MANUKACTOUY.
Ice delivered to all parts of tho
Citv. Shipping supplied In quantities
to 'suit. Telephone, No. 08. Ollleo at
Wilder & Co.'s. 18
"VrOTJCE. Tho partnership hereto.
X fore existing between Chin Lock
k Lee Chat, (under the llrm name of
Wing Chong Chan ii CoA Is hereby ills
rnlVcil liv mutual consent. The busi
ness will now be carried vm under tho
llrm name of LEE CHATJNo. lUNuu
ii no street. 1
HocIuu,Oct,fl,J83. 220 lw
Fost street, Honolulu'
!. X. Coiike.
COOK M ,
-S- fsiici'iKKrirM hi Trfpri &. 1)Ii'WKnn
Importers iiiiill)ealurhijiumbir and all
kind of,lJuil(tlng.Muterhds,i''ort street,
H6uolnlA """ -" ,fl
WILD EH & Com Dealersm
Lumber, Faints, Oils, Nails, Salt
and .Building Materials of every kind
cor. Fort and (Jueen Hi.-., Honolulu. 1
A'LLEN & KOIJINSON, Dealers in
Lunibei' ami all kinds of Duilding
Materials, FalnU, Oils, Nnlls, etc. 71
"IJHOWN & PiHLLIPSi l'ractical
-' Flumbcis, tlasFittcrsand Copper
smiths, No. IS Nututuust., Honolulu.
House and Ship Job Work promptly
SUIIK. GEI1TZ, No. 80 Fort bU
k- impor'cr and dealer in (tent's,
liUilles' aiidClilhbx'H's boots, shoes ami
BllOWN & CO., Importers and
Dealers lu Ales, Wines and Spirits,
No. !l Merchant st., Honolulu. 12
Works Co. Steam engine, sugar
mills, boilers, 'coolers. Iron, brass
and lead casting; machinery of every
description made to order. 'Particular
attention paid to ship's bheksmithing.
Job work executed on short notice. 1
Carriage $lfe Builder.
Buggies, Carriages, Express "Wagons
and every kind of vehicles
and all kinds (A repairing done.
Horse Shoeing a specialty
A llrst-olnssnian being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop on the Esplanade, op. HopperV.201
nPlIE Hawaiian Journal, " KoIIa
X WAif Pai: Ai.va," owned and
edited by Kawainui llros. ; has a
weekly edition of 0,500 copies, and
is.tlio best advertising medium, Of
flee, No. 0 Merchant tit. ' 1
Geo. V. Macfarlaac. H. 11. Macfarlanc.
G. W. MAC7ARLANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MER.
FlrcFroof Hulldlng, 53 Queen street,
Honolulu. 11. 1.
Tho Walkapu Sugar I'lantallnn, Maul,
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
Thelleela Sugar Plantatlcn, oiihu,
Huclo Sugar Mill, Maul,
Huclo Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co., Hawaii,
J. Fowler ii Co. Steam Flow nnd Port
aiilo 1 rninwny tt orks, Leeds,
Mlrrlces. WiiImiii ii Co's Sugai
Glasgow ami Honolulu Line of Packets.
emits !rcckl-. (I'm, ii. invln.
' ' SugarFaclors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu, l
OclKTill Piimtnluul.tn .....u
Queen Street, Honolulu.
AS. CLKOIIORN & Co., Importers
. and Commission Merchant., Deal
ers lu General Merchandise, Queen and
Knnliuuiauu sts.. Honolulu. 7s
It. A. V. Ciirtur.
I. C. Jonef.Jr.
n B It E vr ER & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants
Queen street, Honolulu.. l
'-P1IEO. H. DAVIES ii CO., Import
X crs and Commission Mercluints:
agents for Lloyd's and the Liverpool
Underwriters, British and Foreign In.
surancc Company, nnd Northern Asstir.
anec Com puny. 71
T O HN T. M'AtHjHOUSE,
y Importer and . Dealer In General
Merchandise, Queen t., Honolulu. 1
MS. GllINUAUM & CO.,
Importers of Gbuernl Mer
cliaiit iseaiid Commissloii Merchants
iVT y- ORiyiiAU,M & CoT,
nut i;omiu,S8,ou Mcwlinnts, 124
street, Huu Francisco,
17 T. L H N E II A N & C O .,
- Imporlers and Commission Mer.
chants, Nininnu St., Honolulu. 1
S. N. C'nllc. j. n. Atticrttm.
fJASTLE & COOKE,
Y Shipping and Commission Mer.
ehanta. Importers and Dealers in Gen.
eral Mcreliandi.se, No. 80 King street
ING VO CHAN & Co.,
. .. .. 1.,"',oHl,'H "ml Oeucral Dealers
InLiigllsh. American and Chinese l'ro
vlslons, Flautatlou Tea and General
Supplies. Also, white and colored con
tract matting, all ciualltles and prices.
Br No. 22 Niiuanit Street, opposite
Mr. Afong's. Si
H.n.Wllllnnn, A.CImsclirousk, W. H.lilniwna
T7ILLIAAlS, D1MOND & Co..
' ' Shipping nml C mission Mer-
chants, Union Block, coiner Pine and
Market streets. San Francisco, Cal.
Pacific Mail Steamship Company,
Pacific Steam Navigation Company,
Ounnrrt Royal Mall Steamship Company
Cal. lino of Packets from New York,
Hawaiian line of Packets,
China Traders Insurance Co. (limited),
Marine Insurance Co. of London. 71
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Have received a large assortment of
to suit all classes of purchasers, per S. 8.
Tin, Coppor and Sheot Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &v.
Stoves and Ranges
I j of all kinds.
'Pluinhqrs! stock and metals,
. House Furnishing Goods,
17 .Chandeliers, Lumps, e.
Tabic and Tie Fruits,
Nice Breakfast Goods, such as
Candle l'lsli, Salmon and
Plu' Fork lu nib. Tins,
Suitable for .families. For sale by
!MJ A. S. Cixiiiiouk Co,
G. II. liOUKllTSON.
L Di-ayniaii best teams
'L'Clcplwuo N. 05, " 15
TIT AUSTIN W1IITIN0, Attorney .&
it nml Counsellor at Law. t
Agent to take acknowledgments of
Kaahumiinii st., Honolulu. ' SOU
J. M. M0NSARRAT, 1
A 1TORNEY AT LAW and Notary
A Public. ' r-
Real filiate in any piiri of the Kingdo
bought, sold and leased, on
Legal pociimciils l)inVn.
No. 27 Merchant si. (Gazelle Block),
1110 Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Q B. DOLE, Lawyer and Notary Fub
Kj lie, No. lo Kaahiimanu st. 11
T M. DAVIDSON, Attorney utLtiw t&
0 21 Merchant street. Ill M
TOANOIS M. HATCH, Attorney '
at Law, 15 Ka.ihumanu st. ,23
JOHN Ut'SSKLL. Alloniey at Law,
Olllee, corner of Port and .Merchant
streets (upstairs') 115 Dm
ID 1CJ lATi71iTcKEiTON,
J-v Attorney nnd Counsellor at Law.
Money to lend on Mortgages ofl-'rcc-liolds.
Olllee, No. ill Mereliiuit sU I
fJKCIL IJHOWN, ATrORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Nolarv Pub
lic, and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of liisMiiiiients for the Island of
Oaliu. No. S KaMhumauu street, Hono
ILLIAMO. SMmi, Attor,-
ney at Law, No. 3G Merchant
street. 7!J 1m
DR. G. THOUSSKAU begs to notify
his friends that ho has resumed
practice lu Honolulu. Residence and
consulting rooms, No. 7tf Punchbowl st,
opposite the makal gate of the Queen's
Hospital. Con-'Ultlng hours from 11 a.m
to 11'. Telephone No. liiit. fiii ,
DR. EMKIISON, 1vsTde1.ee ami tW
sultatlon rooms at No. 2 Knktil st.',
corner of Fort. ,
Telephone No. 140.
A KULIiEll, Surveyor for Bureau
J. W. Yariullcy,
'-PEACHER OF MUSIC, VIOLIN,
JL and the
Cci.tivatiox of tiii: Voick.
Instruction also given In Sight Reading;
Ciolr, Chorus and Part Singing. ,,(
I or particulars applv at
201 lm WELLS' Mush; Store".'
WRAV TAYLOR, Teacher of Piano-
' ' forle and Organ. Tuning lij'n'li
Its bruiiclics. :0'Jiii
W E. HOWELL Consulting "aTul
00 It ,c,""i,l'";thig Englneerj olllee
as Merchant street.
J. WILLIAMS & Co.
120 Fort Street,
Portrait nnd Landscapo
QHAItLES T..G CLICK",
NOTARY PUBLIC, ' ;
Agent to take Acknowledgments to'
Labor Contracts, ', "'
AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.,
Olllee, lu Mnkee's Block, coiner Queeit
and Kaaliumanu str?ts. Honolulu. 21'
WILLIAM AULD, Agent 'to'
lake Acknowledgments to Con'.'
tracts for Labor for the District of Komi
Island of Oahu, nl the olllee of the llono.
lulu Water Works, foot of Nuiianii st. "
JOHN A. HASSINGElt,
V Agent to take AekiiowledgiuenM to,
Contracts lor Labor. Interior '.Mllce,
Honolulu. 7 '
Chinese and Hiiwitilan Trans.
latorand Inlerpreter, '
No. 48 King street, Honolulu.
Translations of cither of the above
languages made with accuracy nuddls
.patch, and on reasonable terms. 20!)
JH. BRUNS, Cnoer'aiiTomigcr,1',, .
Water Tanks of any dimensions,!
Cooperage. No. 10 Fort street,
Oil Casks, Shooks and Hoop Iron con."
221 Mantly on hand and for sale. . ly.
A FRESH LOT OF WATERS'
Colonial O an dies
Just received nt
A. S. Cleghorn & Co's,
181 per'S. S. Aiuisulia.
M. W. McChesney & Son,
Proprietors Honolulu Tannery:
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceries, Provisions elo.
71 Sa.lt, etc., etc.,
I3r Gent's Evening Dress Coat's and
Suits to lui had at the Honolulu Cloth.'
big Emporium of A. M; Mia.u's, No.' 104
Fort slreel. . :02 2'V
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