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MONDAY, JANUARY, !, 188!).
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
, ' AFTERNOON,
Concert nt Einnm Square, nt !)
' ' EVENiNQr1 ' '
Salo of Slips and Sittings at Fori
St. Church, nt7:30.
..Alngidlm Lodge, I. O. O. G. nt
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL, I
Is our salutation to everybody. The
old year, with its lighla siml
shadows', its joys nnd sorrows, its
-successes nnd failures, has disap
imaicil, ,in the voitcx of the past.
To-daj -wo enter upon n new year
'with hopes and fears, nnd, wc.Uiist,
'with more of the former than of the'
latter. It ii well, perhaps, that
-man is usually more animated by
pleasant nnticipntions of the future
l lhaiii depressed by disagreeable re
collections of the past. To dwell on
the unfavorable aspect of things
gone by more than to protlt by their
teachings, is unwi&c; not to lose,
sight, ,of the .rosy hue of things to
conic, is true wisdom. Hope is the
joy of life and the balm of existence.
May this first day of the new year,
and every succeeding day of the
hanic,f bring to the heart of every
reader the hojipincss which spi ings
from, the possession of good nnd the
joy which Hows from perennial hope !
, A IIaiu'V "Nr.w Yi'.au!
HOLIDAY FOR THE BpLLETIN BOYS
NO BULLETIN TO-MORROW.
Jt is the custom in some parts of
the world, pnrticulaily in the Aus
tralian colonies, for daily newspaper
'.offices to drop one issue in the year,'
for the purpose of tallowing thccm-i
ployccs of those offices a day of
-eoihpletc relaxation from 'their ardu-i
' ous and confining duties. "Vc wish
, i(nd intend to celebrate the icpm-
inencemcnt of the new year by'
' giving the employees1 of this office
'a holiday: they arc honestly cii
titled to it. A better and more
-industrious set of boys cannot be
found in this town. They have stuck
to the office and to their work, like
biicks to mortar, in spite of greater
inducements in other quarters;
nnd 'have managed to bring out our
''little sheet, sometimes under difli
' culties, with n measure of prompt
ness and regularity. In order to
give them this well-earned holiday,
there will be no issue of the Ik'i.i.K
jix to-moirow morning. This is
the only way in which wc can lclease
our employee, for an entire day.
As .the giVnler part of each day's
paper is put into type on the pic
vious day, it is plain that the boys
'cannot have this day all to them
selves and set up to-morrow s paper,
too. The Bui.i.ktix will appear at
the usual hour on Wednesday morning-
"" 'SUCCESS TO ENTERPRISE.
Ox Saturday at 1 o'clock, a few
gentlemen assembled to witucssithc
launch of the Marine llailwny Cra
dle. At 3 everything was ready and
.it'btnrtcd along the ways. It was suc
cessfully moved to the water's edge,
when the impending darkness slop
ped further operations. It will be
, gone on with this morning, and, if
"sill goes well, the Mokolii will be
'hauled up this afternoon to inaugu
rate the New Year. Wc congratu
late Mr. Wilder on the success of
his1 operations in which he has been
aided .by .such competent men as
Messrs. Crnndall and Tucker.
, EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
' ' The Band will give a concert at
Ui'nuia Square, this afternoon at
3 o'clock. Following is the
1. Match Happy New Year... Bcigor
'. Oveiluie Festival b
;l. Gnyotte Our Bailing. , Wei.
. J, N-iliviiCliojtis
5, Medley Yu Olden Time- Ncyer
(i. Ovuituic Snuggle for Foi June....
' MM M-.f 'HTm'
7, Finale Giuuiinento , ...B.inclli
8. Native Choiiis,.., "
ti. Walt. My Queen .Coolc
,1(). Polka Lcoppldine. , , ,. , I'mpte
, Hawaii Ponol.
Tim Court House at Lihuc ft be
ing rapidly finfslied. Rough weather
htjll continues round otr shore.
' A mail named Kninoa fell off his
liorsc'on the morning of Dec. 2Gth
t, atKapaa. ,?Je died the same day.
liqha'd bc'dn dijiiking fhcayily the
Uiglll UUIOI'O. ' "
The following is the piogrnminc
of thcwoik of the nnnunl meeting:
Secretary's repot I:
Election of officer..
Mr. Baldwin on Tonic Solfa.
Mr. Hitchcock on Dictionary.
Mr. Moore on methods of teaching.
Mr. Scott on examination of tcachcis
Dr. Hyde on Hawaiian Hoys' schools.
Miss Notion on Education of Haw
Mr. Atkinson on Education of
Mr. Kcnyon on Colonial Education
Mr. Olcson on Hawaiian Manual of
Heading and Spelling.
POLICE COURT-DECEMBER 28.
Anakalca. Assault and battery.
Fined 10, costs 83.50.
Iokia. Heedless driving. Dis
cbatged Ned Dellox. Drunkenness. Fined
$10, costs SI.
Kalekama. Larceny. Remanded
Thomas Roscwnrnc. Disturbing
the quiet of the night. Forfeited
Knnc. Deserting his wife.
Ordered to provide for his wife and
pay costs of Court $3.
Patrick O'Ncil. Drunkenness.
Foifeitcd bail $6.
Wahnlama. Driving express wagon
without a driver's license. Fined
$5, costs $1.
All Fna (cli). Having opium in
possession. Found guilty, fined
$50. Sentenced to one month's im
prisonment at hard labor, arid 'to pay
costs of Court $1.-10. "
Kalckoma. Larceny of music
box. Found guilty, sentenced to 4
months' hard labor, and to pay a
fine of $15, and costs $1.20; '
Moses Kaulua. Deserting and
not providing for wife. Plead guilty
ordered to return to and tako care
of wife and pay costs $3.i
Kaainlii. Assault and battery.
Nol Pros ; Ah Tong and Ah Koi ch.
Assault and battery. Remanded to
Jan. 2d, 1883 :
Ah Koi ch.
Kanakaolc. Larceny. Commit
ted to 3 months' hard labor, fined
$12, costs $1. Kikaun k. and Kc
amnlu w. Fornication. Remanded
to Jan. 8, 1883. Manuel Viera and
Antonio da Jesus. Refusing con
tract services. Settled out of Couit
$2 costs each.
All Con ch. Disorderly conduct.
Kaunoko, Joe, and Ainana.-Drunks
Louis Hioilh, C D Saxc, Aichi
bald Sinclair. Importing opium in
to the Kingdom contrary' to law.
J. M. Davidson for defendants.
Prosecution asked for a remand on
account of not being ready. Re
manded until Jan. 2d, 1883.
The immigrant ship from the
Azores is due during all February.
Nothing is nt present known here of
her name, number of passengers, or
any oilier particulars.
Tho schooner Julia from the New
Hebrides is overdue.
ThoLchua brought 1311 bagsjof
sugar and tho C R Bishop brought
103 bags sugar, 700 bags of paddy
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
How many foreigners arc lepers?
Quiti; a string of
along Queen street
at noon on
Auouti 40 ,SoulhtSca 'Islanders
came from Lahaiua per steamer
Lchua on Saturday.
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It was lumored on Saturday that
a vessel had landed on Molokul with
only one man on hoaid,
. i i
"Why weie those two chairs put in
the middle of the iloor at the hall?
Didn't they know any hetter?
'Tun Madras had CO I Chineso in
transit for Hongkong, aud took 10!)
more from this poit.
Tiik'iii: is u hole in King street
between Mi. Knal's place mid'll. II.
Ittitji'f,, It ougli d.o, pc illlpd up.
At Komalo Ploutation, Molokai,
n South Sea Islander luigg himself
ul)out;.t wcekjngo. lie had fornictly
worked, nt Ltiimiua. ' S
Nkws ri:n Likumki:. Mr. Haupu
of llllo, is crazy. Mr. Aiwoht, of
Kolmla, is dead, and a forgery hns
been committed on Maui.
Tin". Madras was delayed some
liotus on Saturday laflcrnoon by a
bill for stores being presented,
which the Captain stated he had not
Tin: Captain of the C. R. Bishop
reports nn unusually heavy sea in
the channel, with, strong N.N.W.
wind nnd heavy lain squalls on
Wr. arc quite pleased to learn that
Mr. J. I. Dowsctt has again had
great success nl Ilnlnwa in striking
a fine How of artesian water;. these
wells were bdth sunk by Mr. J. D.
Tub Athlclio Association "Ballat;
the OlyniplcVn Friday nlghtr' whs a'
irrcat success. His Majesty was
present and danced. Everybody
had a good, lime. 'The supper wrnst
laid out upstairs, and was in the
stylo -'ofe Mcssiyj.
Mas. Robinson' died on'' Sntiirda"
morning, at 0 o'clock, L'riged.'GG,
years, deeply regretted bj' all her
facials and relations. Shc hail been
ailing for some weeks, so that the
blow- was not unexpected. Mrs.
Robinson was respected and loved
by nil who had the honor of her ac
quaintance. She leaves a huge fam
ily behind her to mourn her loss..
The funeral look place yesterday
aftcrhoon, at 2 o'clock, from Mr.
A San Francisco scientist. cmiii;
cut in microscopic investigations,
has discovered a means of detecting
forgeries with absolute certainty,
and at the same tunc indicating thc
forger. So far as particulars have
i cached us it .consists in the fact
that every uiamhas a peculiar puhc
bcat, which is evident in his writing
when, examined .by thc luicroscope,-
aml that no two men, liavc,tuc same.
; ' -
Somi: ladies at the Hotel wcic in
vited to visit the Palace the other
night.' They dressed themselves
with care' and expense and sentfor
a hack. Being excessively high
toned they spokcFrcnch, and order
ed the driver to take them to the
Palais (pally). He, of course, un
derstood them to soy "the Tali,"
and drove off with them. By the
time they had reached the Half-way
House it was raining, and the com
plaints of the ladies about the bad
roads and fearful weather on the
road to the King's led the driver to
suspect something was wrong.
After mutual explanations had been
given be turned round and went
back. But tluy had to change their
raiment before attaining the desired
goal, and they
English in future.
will speak plain
In this city, January 1st, 1883, to the
wife of James Campbell, a da light ci.
Auction Sales toy E. P. Adams
Tuesday, January Slid,
At 10 a. m.,
On tho Promises, No. 189 Nuuanu Avonuo,
Will be sold
' ' I ) " 1 1 u in psu t ns follows : ; ' '
Black Walnut Bedioom Sets,.
(with pillows nud nialties-os);
Dining Table and Clufln,
, , , Chniis, ifce.
E. P. Aimns Auctioneer.
Leave nlle. IvoJVliiU-Cl.ct.r
0:00 A.M. 0:30 A,M.
r 12:00 12:1.') ,
i : : m
j 2:00 l'.M. 2:30 I'.M.-
n-io"-4 k 5iio
7:30 k 8M)
ARM"AHT uotivo hoy, who liasliafl
some sehooliug, to make hiiuself
usefu'l In ;r store, anil knows Minielliiug
about (hiving u liorric. Apily to
, , , J. E. W.IS11MAN,
28.") 2w Employment Agent.
FHOM Haw'niinii to English,'aud lea
vorm. Tei ins moderate, y .,
) . iCAVEAGIPS AGENCY,
1201 J1' J' ii'W.'KlUBBluHjt.''
Owing to the unusual demand that we have had for
ltiaiiJO Jto BARTON'S
And, nolwItliMtfiuUng the
lot that we opened a few
Weeks ago, was the lnigct
wc line ever received, we
II ml ouiselvcs iuitc out of
Wc linve decided to ninko
a lilietnl diM-nnnt to nil pin.
cliH"-cr of Ihese goods and
Gorham Silver Ware
'until aflei Iliu Cliiistmns
.Wc.ilIC nblitretl In httlrr
n nfiw' s ply imnictlitTtily,
In oidci to iu piepuied fo:
lliose wediliuus wliiuh aio
to come off soon.
E. O. HALL & SON'S.
ll ) I
Bootsi Shoes, Slippers, Sandals, Ties', " &c.
THE FINEST SELECTION OE GENTS' SCARFS,
One in a lo, all of which nio
Eminently Suitable for Christmas Presents
A. AV. IJIOIlAlJDSON & CO.
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
Administrator's Sale at
By order of the Administrators of the
Estate of the late Joseph Tucker, the
undersigned will sell at aiictionkon
f Friday and Saturday,
.the Glhjindjith of January, 1883, ,nt the
stoieioimeily occupied uy tlic Ucccaf-eu
in Ueaer Block, the
Entire Stock of Dry Goods, &c.
v ij' t now on exhibition. y
"This stock compiistN n gencia aslso'ry
meiit of cry superior goo'ls scletcdc lit-
the deceased in Europe expressly for
Will 'b'ejsold. witliout'rcscrv'c.
P. H. PRATT & Co. Auctioneers.
rpilE Annual Meeting of tlic Stook
X holders oi tliu Hawaiian Bell Tele
l)hone Company will lie held on Thins,
day, January 4th, 18S3, at 11 o'clock
n. m., at the otllcc of II. A. Wideinann.
C. O. BEHGEIt,
282 tj4 Scciclaiy.
THE Annual S.ilc of Slips and Sit:ii'j;o
will lie held at Poit, Slieet Ch.ltijli
on Monday evening, .Iniiuuiy 1st, lbdJ,
at 7:30. Tlio Trusiccs of the Cliuich
arc rcciuested to meet at 7 p. m.
283 4t P. C. JONES, Ji Sec.
THE Annual Meeting of the Knpin
l.ini Pin k' Association will be held
al the atmoiy, in tills city, on Monday
evening, Jniiuaiy 15th, 1883, nt 7 p.m.
A lull attendance is reciuested.
MASTER Mechanics, and Otheis.
The services of a live and lellable
Collector of Bills lias been engaged for
the cxpiintion of th'e present. qumter
and,yeiir. All accounts sent heie for
collection will receive prompt nttentjqu.
Coniniission m'oderatc. HeturiiH made
28.") OAVEXAfln's Aoicy.
Merchants & Storekeepers.
AS THE YEAltuIS CLOSING I de.
sire to si iv that all merchants aud
storekeepers will find it to their interest
to patronize me if; outside help is ie
quired to adjust accounts, lirrnngo'uoolo.,
and general busiiicss'miittersforthu now
C3"'Comnicrrial'matters of every des.
cription attended to.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Gcneial Business Agent,
ON KING STREET, to let, 5 minutes
from Post Office.
tt:,,J CAVENAOH'S AGENCY.
IN SUITES nnd SINGLE, in desirable
loenllty. suitable for private family.
502 CAVENAOH'S AGENCY.
ri'0 OKPICES TO LET. on the see
X ond lloor of the buildhig peeupled
by ,1, W. HobcrtsQn & Co
2 LARGE Unfiuniskeil Pooms, llvo
jnjnutes walk fimji Po-jt.OHlcc.
7:l i DAVRN'AOII'S A(li:SI!Y.
or Hale, '
FRESH consignment ofl'rlme
BARBER'S OUTFJT-giialr, &c. '
Business iirrunnlng order.
283 Uavuxakh'm Aol;9Vl
Wo would licro remark
that w-c often hino oecnslon
to send special orders for
Plated or Silver Ware, come.
times to be inittkcd with a
letter or lnonogimn, Which
is done in beautiful style.
Any one wishing pets of
Forks and Spoons, or. nny.
tiling else, marked or not
marked, would do well to
leave the older, ns soon, as
Call and examine tlicpe
Icautlful goods hef ore tlicy
ntu nil gone. Yow nil' know
they iii c to be found nt ,
The Beaver Saloon
For Smokcis. Look at this list:
Tobacco and Cigars tincst braiud
Tobacco'pouches and l)6.csr ' "" '
Match boxes , ; . t ti -
G. B. D. briar loot pipes
Mecr'clianih'pipc'!, ' "' ' "''
Cigar and, Cigarette Holders (, ,
Pipe stems fiom 2 to 24 inches long
Amber mouth-pieces '
AVood cigar nnd cigaielte,iol(ler,!ji , '
All these arc quitc.ncw nud.if.1hc finest
binnds. r t ' " ' r
NOW ON EXHIBITION
X at my Store,
No. 55 Hotel Street,
the following fine goods willI will'ofl'er
forsnlo at jobber's' prices,
Until the 28th of this month :
20 gold s. w. Elgin Waltham 'Watches
40 nicklc ditto ditto, Swiss watches
20 Gent's solid gold rest chains
,12 Ladies' opcin chains
18 Ladies' and children's neck chains
50 Solid gold sets pins and cnr.i ings
'20 Polled gold plated ditto ditto
Solid gold bracelets nnd bangles
80 Prs. Ladies' nnd children's ear-rings
125 Gold seal rings b
80 Scarf pins,
A large vniiety of eyc-glnscs & bracelets
Chains, swivels, plated vest chains and
charms; ehildien's ribbon and cull'
pins ilbbon lockets and ebniius.
Jewelry cn-vs in velvet and plush1
Walt li stands and parlor clocks, in pluMi
and velvet. .,
Musical clocks and boves,
Pallor, calendar, dining room, kitchen,
olllee,-inkstand, plain nnd hrono
Striking, nlnrm, 8-dty nnd1 '18-hour
clocks. , '!
Saturday Evening,, Dec.,, 30th,
the1 balance of siocltVat'thnt'tinic,
together with stoic fixtures, safe, show
eases, chandelier, ainl lease of store will
be dlsposeiPofbylMr. Adnms', ". i '
, , At 'Public Auctioii, ', ' V, ,
nt J(is Side iooni( Quocn st0 , ,i"
On January 3rd, I will offer nt privnlo
sale, atXo,55!Hotel sticct.imy. largo anil
well selected stock of AVutcluuiikcr's
Toolu and Stock.. Tho tools w ill behold
in one lot, aud the stock in one lot, or
both together. This offer is good for
one day only. , i
D. W, OLAtfK.
Honolulu, Dec 10, 1882.
LOST, a 20 Treasury B.II1, between
King and Hotel sheets. The find,
er will be hunds.omely rewarded by leuv.
ing same at Mr. Monsariufs olllee.
UncI'iiI HincHC Hoyn
fi1 9 W3K MONTH,
' 271 CAVfeNAGIl'S AGE,NPY '.' '
For Jteut. ill
HOUSE nad COTTAGE, on the Mont.
gouiery Estate, over imIUVp
Biidge, ,, , ,,
271 , CAYENAQH'g 'AUEjfcVj'
For Sale, , ri. ,,;
THE iPurnltnrc of a cottage; aUo. a'
number of duokb nnij chickens,
A puichascr pf life aWy can also
lease the pi eniises consistihe 'of'a four
roomed 'liouse. rileo gniden? Conven'.'