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TUESDAY, JAN. !), 18ftot
-THIB'DAY'S DOINGB. m
MORNINQ. .Kunerat of lliojalo SlslcrAgn.es, 0
Funeral of tlic late M. J. Rose, 10
Union ljrnyer meeting, at Bethel,
;t It oVJWk.
Mr. Ii. 1 Adams will Sell nt 12
noon, nt Sales Koom, n quantity bf
JNo. l.aml 2 sugar.
Ladies Privyer meeting,
Church, lit 3 'o'clock:
nt Fort St.
Diblc Class, at Lyceum, at TitlO.
.Union Prayer meeting, 'at Fort St.
Church, at 7.':.'S0.
Police court January 6.
' Ah Ting, insane, committed to
the Insane Asylum. ;
' Ah Ting, opium in possession.
This was the same man. The opium
yvns .found on him when being
searched previous to being locked
up on the other charge. Anol.pros.
CRIMINAL CALENDAR., '
Kcalawa, Kcctou and Kimo (S. S.
Iblandcrs), Knhoiwni and Malia were
charged with drunkenness, and for
feited bail S6i - . .
F.Davis, drunkenness, fined' S 10
and 81 costs..
' Francis and1 M. Silvn, furious
riding, forfeited bail 10 each.
Kckaua and Kcamaha, fornica
tion, remanded to 20th.
Nalmina, heedless driving, repri
manded and discharged on paying
Daniel, larceny or horse value
$25, sentenced to one year's im
prisonment at hard labor and 1
costs. i ,
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEM8.
bags of sugar.
IIou ,brpught 178
The steamer Likelike will be haul
ed up this morning" at 7 o'clock, f
The Polynesian Encampment I.,
O.O.F. held their installation t of
olliccrs last Friday night.
will hold a prayer,
afternoon atr Fort
street Church vestry at .1 r.M. . '
Tiik hole in the bridge at "Waikiki
lias been repaired; Tliis wiUjbo
pleasing news to 'travellers that way.'
DncxKEXxV.sb is on the increase at
"Waianae and Kwa. re hear, no
less than 9 wcic fined at Ewr on
Saturday for this offence
, This evening's meeting at Port St.
Church for'IIuinilintion and Confes
sion, will be had by the llcv. A, 0.
Sister Agues, of the Sacred Ilcait,
died yesterday. The funeral will
stmt from the Catholic Cathedral at
0 o'clock this morning.
Yesterday morning an old and
well-known resident M. J. KosO
dicd.c The funeral will take plnco
this morning nMO o'clock.
Tiik Musical Society has been
taking quite a long rest. Isil'Uit
higlftimc to, set to work again? Wo
should be glad' to hear'from it.
Foiit street, was Rcrqpcd
dav from Merchant to
Quecn Wrccts. Whv can't it
be' done in
"wet weather when it is so needed?
. ! '
Somk people haven't paid thciii
water, rates yet. .They won't )c able
to sav thev haven't been warned
when tlicy find their supply of water,
cut off and'iiot a drop ' coming from'
ihc'tnps. l s j?. .
"Wb arc infoimcd that notice has
bean given personally to tha Presi
dent and Secretary of the Hoard of
Health, that there arc a iuinbcr of
lepers in very bad condition at Wai
annc. Yet no action has been taken
in tlio, matter, ,
Tiik Anglican Church) Chrunlelc
hns made its second appenrnnco, and'
is replete with interesting , and y in-1
HUuctiye, mujipg, It continues ,io'
breathe the same spirit of liberality
as thp first number. "VYo regret that
'Hyant of space preludes a fuller
jioticc at present,
Ciiickkx stealing is very lutely.
From all corners of thp towp'we
licar of fresh losses, TCo.lcss than
45 out of GO were stolen between
Friday nnd Saturday. Our advice
!s';"go (lovn to the markets early In
tho moniiiig and sec whether your
chickens' nro'thcrc, ' '
I u k. . r . . . r trt ru
The statement which -appeared in
our Saturday's issue that ,thp,rq pvuq
i-oiioWefjiblv (liWcuty .iji ..getting
i. i" !.' '! 1.,' ''.
vouchers and statement? of the re
cent trip to Eurdpo in search of a
crown, .turn1 out on thorough exam
ination to bo holly without f omnia
tioif'exccpt Ih'thc brensts of'6ur in
formants. The vouchers and slatc
liienls aid there and will 'be pro
duced at the proper time. t
Tin: following fuller particulars of
the dastardly attempt to burn down
Mr. W. L. (.'icon's house on Salur
dav niclit will probably bo accept
able to our readers : A noisoof sbipc1
one moving in the stables rattling
the .buekots.wns hea.vdtdin.-ing the
.night-by. the ladies oMlio household.
jSqnic manicnic grass, such, as was.
inthc'slablo, was, found on tliojnn
k'ai'stdc of Mr. (Men's room'wilh n
porter bottle and a picco of a sack,
which was nearly consumed by lire.
Coal oil had been mod. A Iolo (was
alto burnt in the verandah. The
window of ,tliQ vChiucso, house had
been ,s'aturatcl with oil, and a wino
bottle with coal oil in it was found
under the window : also a calabash
top with matches and chips were,
burnt, and the ashes were in the
Corrcepoiuleiifu !. sn11ci)c(l nn (lie lop.
ics ot the dii-, or whiit may lierome .so.
Wd K'servo tlic right to excise pure
ly pergonal niiitk'r. ,
Wo do not.liold ourelvo rcspontlMo
for the opinioim c'pies-e(l hy our cor
rc-ipoiulents. Ed. - ,, r
Kditoh Bulletin : Your repent
ed allusions to the condition of1 the,
streets arc not entirely unproductive
,of results, it seems. Wc, dwpllcrs
out on the plains, have cv'ulencc of
this. "Wc have really anicc piece of
macadamising in- our neighborliobd.
Kccaumoku street, '.T.cVoss'jstrcct be
tween King and Ifcvctn'ula, iti the
"favored locality. Four double bul
lock 'teams were .employed several
weeks in hauling stone from Irish
man's quarry, and several men were
busy breaking if, nnd levelling audi
shaping the surface' of 'the road.' It
is really a, creditable piece of woi'k,
such as is needed nil ovel" the city.
But it was a pertinent inquiry,
scverabdays since, in your paper or
some other one? -"Who' oivhs thc
lots' 'on Kccaumoku street?" "The,
same amount of work done, nnd ns
well doiic,-ou Berctniiia- street,, be
tween Kceaumokiiinnd Piikof streets,,
would have been eighty tunes as
useful as it is where it was expend
ed. Kccaumoku ''street is.thc lcqst
"uscd.of any of tlic cross streets be
tween Punchbowl mid Puiinhbu
streets'.' 'Eighty or'a( hundved carri
ages pass oil Beretania street when
one passes 'on' .Kccaumoku street.
The. writer docs not remember ever
having occasion o drive over the
cross' street, While he has occasion
to drive on Beretania street several
times every (dnv.l The section de
signated is onooof the worst in all
the city. It'is' intolerably rough in
dry, and muddy in wet weather, as
everybody know.s. The great labor
and expense expended on the un
used cross street, while thmothcr'is
neglected, leaves a monument of the
selfishness, .favoritism and folly of
the authorities, jiatlicr thnu of .their
enterprise nnd regard for the public
Kcc'p up the agitntioiij Mr. Editor.
until the'authorities learn that tlicy
enpnot continue such a .course of
mal-adininistrntion, with iiupunily .
A 1)vi:i.u:k ox am: Pi.ai.n.
V.'. 1 1115 ,MlTKUYv!S0I.Vl',I).
S)ico tlic foregoing was written, I
have met a friend who seems to lie
'posted in relation to governmental
'operations.' lie says the labor and
expense, ,qu,Kccaunioku street is a
pait of' the coronation folly that is
to-come off in -February "It "wns
dccmodihccdfubllmfc'thcro' should bd
a passable cross street, 'from Khigj
t.o Beretania, for the great proces-i
sjqjifrom the Palace to the11 parade
ground. This fiiic piece of road will'
only make by 'contrast the other!
streets appear more intolerable.
Docs the, Prouder suppose that the
Prince of """Wales, a'nd tlic Emperor'
of Kiissin, and King William "of,
Uennnny, and ithp President of thei
United Stales, and other sovereigns
whofaro invited iuid expected, will
bo S9'pbtusq jimttq nptlco the
contrast, md pndpista,i4 he policy?
rerily, the crcdiilousness of the
Premier nnd hfs coadjulofs Is be
yond' conception I My friciH was
not nsiircd that the streets from the
Palace to thq paiAdQ ground, were
all to bo covered wjth Brussels car
pels. r That would only bo in the
samd'Hne of wasteful expenditure.
A. ii. i.
CiiiCAiiu, 'l)cc. j'l.Tlic Tfrne's.
WaHbiiVglon' special snys'ii'1" After
inontl4 qf Vflltipg niirt frequent
cxprcbblon of uncertainty in olllcial
circlda ilrftd'wlml' tbbcortrtoidf'lbo
Mexican f'overiinjc.nt oulil bo in
regard lo,tl)o proposed coininprcial
treaty wilhWUiillccl 'JJiatcs.'l'WW
ilcuV ttowulcij Uils ' iiwibUiUiV 'Com
,j - , i' u i" - i ."' ) ?
niissloncrs to meet Gnmt nnd Tres
cott to negocinto V treaty. iThc
Commissioners were appointed at
the earnest solicitation lof .Romero,
the Mexican Minister in this conn'
try. The result was made known
ycstcrdrtyT "lite Secretary of IhT
Mexican legation has a telegram,
from Kbinero slating that He has
been appointed one Commissioner,
with full power to do what seems
best to him. Romero, in the tolc',
gram, docs not state who the other
Cpiitriilsiipner isr It is Wspcctcd(
hert, however, that amacona lias
been selected u$ Romero's colleague.
If this suspicion Is correct the Com
missioners willjjc highly satisfactory
to this CtovcinnTdnT. They arc Tiotli
wcll-knowu in olllcial and social
i circles .-hero and boll! arc highly
appreciated. Contrary to cxpeetn
tions, the treaty is to be negocinlcd
in Washington. Weekly Jiullctin,
Thp above cxt rnc t gives greater
hopepfof Stlfoj icncwnlj of oui"ov"i
In Ihit city, on Jnnunry Tth, to the
wmhiiii?iM' o i,iiAn
Auc tiop 8ales by E. F Adapij
ThisDnV, '.Tuesday.; i , i u
A.r.rVjTicrJLi:o:Ni ; I
By order of C. Along, E-ij.
Tuesday, January 9th, -
At 12 o'clock noon,
At Sales Boom, Ivill oflyr.nt, Public,
WITHOUT KfiSEKVE, ,
5T5 sacks Xo. 1 Sugur
;u 'J . t '
21 sucks Ko. 1 Sugar
197 Sacks No. 2 Sugar,
K. 1'. An Ms, Auctioneer.
NE 10-Gnngc COLT GUN,
W" with niv
EiuiuiicKif " r
D. AV. CLARK.
ALL bills up to January 7, 1883, are
'payable at Cnvcniiclrs nsjency.'
' ' ' e. g:Va.lleu, t
202 Lato nropriutor Hotel st. Market.
Lato proprietor Hotel st. Market.
1 2SotI?o: '
J HAVE this dayMild'to'Cayenngh &
Co. the business of the Hotel btrcct
Market, and have much pleasure in ro
'commending the nevrfinn to the favor
able notice of my fo'uncr patron"..
E. G. WALLER.
Honolulu, 'January 8, 1883.
Having puichascdthe gport-will of the
Hotel Street Maiket, wcare now pi e
parcd to supply old ciwhtyhciB and new
ones with the bet quality, of Reef, Mut
ton Pork, Ye.il, Poultry, Slid Eggs at
market pi lees.
Shipping supplied with live slock.
CAVENAUII & Co.
Honolulu, January 8, 1883. 202
TnE co.piiiinursh'ip heretofore .exist
big between Rruee Cnrtwrlght,'W.
8. Luce null A. "W. Hush,' under the linn
name or Myle of the Union Feed Co., is
this dav dissolved.
D.ited HonoluluJ.anuaryia, ,1883. ,
rpUE iartaeiship hcictufqrn existing
X. between the Mild' nnulcs above
mcnlioiit'd was notdbMilved on the 28th
day of December, 1882. Tlic lindei
signed us not puichat-ed!thc iutervM of
" , ij. Luce and A. YV, Hush, and has not
assumed all IIil- liabijilie,-.of wiiil lirm.
Dated Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1883. 2!)2 lm
' D'eatli to He'n Lice.
Xli,."Jli'uiert JS.ctl IZtSff
These Bugs aie indispensjiblo to the
Buecc-sful breeding of poultry. '
Printed directions how to use them
furnished to each purchaser.
Tiy thi'in, and so prove their virtue.
A DIVIDEND of Si.10 pcnslmio in
tlie Hawaiian Agricultuial Co.
has been declared and Is. payable to
Stockholders at'tho olllcc of ' f .
287 lw , , C. RREWER & Co.
f Xotlcc. "
THE. Aiinunl Meeting of thoKapio
lapi PaikAisociatlou will be held
at tho'iii'mory, in this clty.ron Monday
evening, Jnuuary Wh, 1883, nt 7 p.hi.
..A full.utteudaueu is requested.
" ' H.MAOFARLANE,
28T) Secretary K. l'A.
Thpse Splendid Premises''No
3'Reu'tnuln street. Apiily to
Co Fort and King Mrce'ts?
AT Q, Wet'rt Carriage Factory. No.
70 Queen street, Foi)f adod'IIELP
ER8 In the trimming shop, r Good wages
201 lw ' O. WESlI- '
A. SITUATION OH Tutor and Book
IX ..keeper, t,'nUFfcrV1n?"1' ,t3''"H,,.t'.,j'
'Tfi ..iwli Tut In mill Mntlicinutic!!. Ad.
, dress Book-keeper, BiillctitY'Omcc.
I ) HlMl, iV. l .' ,fl
DILLINGHAM & CO.
, 1 I
Reserve ill Ib space for nimouaccinculs of 1;rT
i WWW .AAV
of vhlch (liev uYc hitge
Noypltiosan all LiiipBxof
Kerosene Oil, oi'lhe hostiumility i'or family use.
bai.'. k k xivniKji&ntii A
,i9vo i J JUaS;cT
: - i
A KlKi: APpOltTMl'.NT OF
BootSy Shoes, Slippers,
THE FINEST SELECTION OF GENTS' SCARFS,
One lira box, (ill of which arc r ,
rEmineiitly Suitable foi9 the Present Season,
2V " . A. W. 1JIOIIAKDSON & CO.
. A Card 'to the Public.
A CERTAIN staU'incnt emanating
from Clin. J, Flhcl, In his ad
vuilhcinunt in one of oar native papers,
has appenred In several issues of late,
iwhciciu he basely uses my name, setting
forth to the public that he can under
sell me, and &olicitinc patronage In this
Cunring,Asolcnujr.wny. jliire to
wafn the public of his haencss'and to
convince all that my goods are always
-mnrked down-to-bcdTock-priccsrand' I
cannot lie undersold hy said i iiicl,
besides my goods ,uro juways frch and
A. M. MUhijio, uropncior, r.
y v .i in fPo'it Street.
I jn L -' ii w'fl
To SliippevM 'ol- JTrcierlii
mid I'nwHCuprcrw icx
L11EIJKI3 .&;; pLJSIITJiA,.
"HA- FTER the ictunfjof the LlKnllkcToS
m. Suiidnv, January 7th, she will be
huuk'il up for rcjiairs. ,
The Steamer Lelma"
will be placed on the Likelike'sirmitc,
and will leave on Tuesday, January 0th
for tlic usual polls on Maui and Hawaii.
C3?The accomniodations'of the Lchua
Jieing limited, shippers of freight will
take 'notice that frcightl will only 'h'o
shipped in the order.it Is received. The
fiist down ?beiug the first shipped, ,j No
ficight .will be receipted l for after,, $
p. m. on"' the day of departure bf "either
280 -It . "WILDElt & Co:
rpHEiUniouiFeed Compnnvi (o'mpb'Jcd
X of Riucc Cirtwrighl, W. .S. Luce,
and A.)V. 'Rush, 'was di(-olvcd' on the
28th day ol Decemller, 1882, Hrucc'Cart.
wright purcliasing the entire interest of
YV. S.'Euco anTJ AilV: "BiSU,,wUdjfiom
the,28thv Deeeni her, 1882,' rcased-to bo
pnrtner(in the iihl Uiiloiv.Fecil ConiR-'
any.' Riueo Cilrt wright', -the piif chaser,
assuming all liablllliosof said Company
prior to dafCHif dissolution thereof.
,f,, SZ W.S. LUCE.
2011m J '" ' A. IV. BUSH.
''PJIE undersigue'd'beg Icuvoto notify
JL tho public thaMh"eyJinvc"thin day
entorcd into a co'-patynorship'to earry oa
u Liveryaud Cnrrlngu Epr?-s Imsiness
at the 'well known stand, thei Fashion
Stables, The llrm name to be kno,vn as,
Sullivan, Uiicklfy&'Co.' ' '
J NO. SULLIVAN, - i
JNO.; BUCKLEY, ,
Honolulu, Deo. Ill, 1883. 201 lw
THE undersigned beg leave to notify
tlio public tji5iyMfr.HiVn"'Agiicw
in no" longer .cauncoted vtU jlo .Fashion
Stsblcs "Hqiio)it,v nnd tberpforo they
m ill not be ro,spw8iblp.for any conlraets
inndo hvliim afterth(s date. .!
Hpnolulu, Dec, 1. $ ,201,1
, 1 -.
rp HE undersigned 'bogs' to notify jlio,,
4., .public tlu)t,ne K no. longer con
vlth tho Fashlliil Sliible of Dps
city, and thciefojj) wbnqt bo regions.
b'cforjuiy debts contracted after this'
HoilQlulU,-Pco..lO,'1882 j 1288 lw
A, Notice. ,
N AtlJQurncil AjniualMcctlng $ the
BeUTclephono ComiHUiy will bp(hul(l-
at Uiq oinco oi jAir, Jf. a. )yjuemi(in'u
Wduvwbiy,, Juu; JOth, 18l. nt U rf.ni.
involc'ci to nrrlve. l"i'
1.UU1UC.VP1XG blLS, .in ,.;-to
I .) r ii mini - i,Hll
I , ,., I , l ' II i I IK ,
! Mil TO 39MAH3
C El V ED
S'andtils, Ties, ' c&c.
Determined to-Undersell !
' Notice, v " ..
1TOYITliSTANDING; .the impu
1.1 dent, ignorant' and nia'liciqus,iio
'tlc'c published lii" your piipn by A.M.
Melli-i, rcgarcling'.hjs pcr.-onal 'attack on
tine, and his jnbilitjito olbhisgdod'8'nt
ibcd rock prices, 'nnd 'other similiirfabri
.cationmiattcr I. would simply say-that
,hia tirade, hy, this .method to deceive the
ipublic hns long. since bopn. fully played
out, -and oven the native clcmcntliiTs
bcert foo'pf tanidjsclwd, Jby pYcijcliargcs,
and' goods palmed'ofT on tlicm entirely
'rtverso to. what (he represented them to
be. t i
-'Compare for one! moment my large,
varicd'and splendid stoclc'iri liiy .'fancy
and dry goods departments, 'with the
miniature (assortment of said' Mollis.
Sincc.I dissolved. partnership with-A.-M.
Mollis, S9111C two years ago, jlthavc en
larged mviplacc of busincsa four times
the size It,,. whs then: and my stock is
even now too.largc to accommodate the
store. Is it any wonder that I undersell
him? It ittiuotthc sliKlitcst difficulty for
mc to sell my goods 111 any department
from 25 to CO iperccnt. lo-wrr than him,
and I have facts to prove this assertion,
all of which Mollis is as fully aware or
as tlic public; but like some others of
his nature jwhen difficulty arises trade
falling oil", &c, he risks his last chance
by publishing a sickly card to mislead
the public. The actual drawback to A.
M. Mollis is his unacquaiiitancc with
the Fa-tern and English wholesale
manufacturers, which sets him at sea,
buying, "as he does, Indirectly, paying
high price; and because he cannot com
pete ytith me, owjug to, his, purchases
being bindc vthroUqlrconiiiiifislon agen
cies. J wquld be simply ridiculous for
me to coinpiiic my choice, well-selected
nnd var'cu stC;ck,iHinortingj as, I, do,
largely from 'direct ' manufacturing
houses abroad, with the few lines of as
sortment of A. M.i Mollis. If one-third
of my stock of dry or fancy goods was
placciLJn A. M.,Mcllis' sniajl(Bioro,therc
Would hot be siifllcient room left to'ev'eii
hang Ihe, portrait of hiiklAi,M. Mollis.
I would'nuvlso Mr. Mollis to start out n
tliembw year with fair dealing and
honest representations, and apply' him.
self to his Imslncss-instcnd of falsifying
his-neighbor nnd making Indescreto as
sritions, which nccu-atlops eventually
will'lcrminntc sadly against hiiii. To bo
jealous ns A; M. Mollis has so consplc'u.
Quxly shown himsolf to be by his card,
because imy well-regulated prices nmV
I goods are drnwingoti'lils small trade, is
n sad oiiicmindced'to Mr. Mollis; but if
he cannot compete with me in goodsand
low prices he must sink Into oblivion,
as time and lliln watts fnr nn mini In
1 these enlightened days.
1 Relieving from' the kind pntronugc be.
1 stowod'.on iilc tluit'llic public fully rely
on' my wind. that I on 11 undersell A.M.
Mollis, that I always have andialwnys
will. I leninln, voryre'spcctfully,
CRAB. J. FlSIIEL, '
IVoptietor' Leading Millinery House,
200 'j., Cor. Fort and 'Hotebsts1.' J lw
1 Notice. -
A LlipartlCs'lndobted to D. YV. Clnrk
2X1 nrcirWjIiMtca to'settlc'the siilnfc oh
or befoic.yje 13th .instant 1 ..n,uil, qll par
ties having bills against theVninoaro
'requustod loiprcbont the same without'
delay. , ,.,
Failles Inlying 'clocks', Miches and
jeweiry at; njy store,, ;(nrepaiisw-ii
otii'ior.iue samo'iitnnee, n'i 111.
ilie.uiuguom 011 tlic lotn
YV. CLARK. I
A TERRIER DOG, of greyish color,
cms out.' lonir lull, Hitndsohic re '
wardxVjll bo given, for tho return of the'
isauio to iAstoKE KoRA, 'Gbveritliiellt''!
' 28tf Uw '
. 1 ( iJUQHf.'
CARPETiBAO, left about
t. night ago In ahoj iienr F.ort st. 7
11 Hotel or King stVcctl? Address A.D.. ,
Bulletin Ofllvc,'. 1 - in
Hi Mil I StlfcY t
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