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THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1883.
" THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Hcgulnr Cnsh Sale, nt Salt's Room
. of K. P. Adams at 10 o'clock.
Union Prayer Meeting, at Bethel,
nt 11 o'clock.
Kiiulergaitoii Bible Class at 3
Band Conceit at the Hawaiian
Hotel, nt 7:1)0.
Installation of Ollleeis at Ha
waiian Council, No. G8!, at 7:30.
Union Prayer meeting at Tort St.
. Church, at 7:;)0.
A warlike expedition is being fit
1 ted out here against a nation with
whom we arc at peace. Wo refer to
the South Sea Islanders who arc go
ing homo to-morrow in the Mana to
Ancmnnn. They propose to ravage
the neighboring island of Tarro with
the firearms they have bought. As
the Gilbert Islands arc under a
British Protectorate, this is liable to
cause trouble. The Board of Im
migration and the Foreign Ollce
otifdit to sec to -it.
Police court January 9.
Panacwa, Luilinii,Tviloa (S. S. Is
luidcrB, Liipcna, Knihi, drunks; all
forfeited bail, 8.
Kaluawaa, (hiving an express with
out a license; remanded to 10th.
Kaai, Hnilnmn, Knmnkonn, assault
and battery on Paiola. These mcic
three of thcj natives engaged in the
drunken fight on the wharf last Sat
urday night, in which Paiola had his
skull fractured. Remanded to the
20th, or sooner," if moved on.
Kahuna, practising medicine with
out a license ; remanded to thcl8th.
Lamai, Kilauea (S. S. Islanders),
1). Kalua, all drunk, and forfeited
hail of SO crich.
Kaluna, practising medicine with
out a license, remanded from the 0th.
This was a most interesting case.
The evidence showed that the ac
ci sed had come to a native woman's
house and saw a child lying sick.
He said the child was not very .sick,
and hceould cure it. Ho adminis
tered various indigenous barks,u roots
etc., hut the child finally died. He
received $.') for his services. It had
heen attended by foreign doctors,
one of whom gave a ccrtilicate of
death from dropsy. He was found
quilty and sentenced to a line of $r0
with S3.10 costs the highest penalty
the law provides.
Kaluawaa, lomandcd from the 8th
for driving an express without a li
conse. A uol. pros, was entered by
Wallace Jackson vs. S. K. Kaai.
Action of Assumpsit for 850. Con
tinued to the 17tii.
The ftchooncr Mana will sail to
day for Apcniana and Kotunmh,
with over 120 South Sea Islanders re
turning to their homes. Captain
Ktblin will take charge of her.
The Lady Lampson is expected
to sail to-morrow, and .the Caibaricn
about the 15th.
The brigantinc W. G. Irwin ar
rived yesterday morning, 15 days
from San Francisco. By the cour
tesy of Captain Turner wo have
heen favored with San Francisco
papers to the 25th Dec.
The brig W. II. Meyer left San
Francisco with biipplics for Sydney
Island in September last. Site ar
rived hero yesterday, 2-1 days from
Sydney Island, having finished her
business down there. She brought
25,000 bricks as ballast. She called
nt Tahiti on the way down, hut lias
nothing of interest to report.
,.' The J. A Falkcnhurg brought flic
mail yesterday 15 days from San
LOOAL Sc GENERAL ITEMS.
The boys are returning to,'tliclr
Hchool duties rapidly ntthc Royal
School. No less than 350, out of a
possible -100, were present yesterday.
Tho Band vill play at the Hotel
this evening, in honor of the German
Consul for Samoa. Carriages aic re
quested not to enter the Hotel pro
mises from Hotel street,
Wc aro informed, in regard to ouv
statement of there being unusually
low.tidea lately, that at the now and
full moon in January it is always so.
Further information can he obtained
from tho Hawaiian Annual of: 18(5,
in the article oi Tides. . i
Is yesterday's! issue, by an ciror
of the proof-reader, our Kohala cor
respondent is made to say mtpifi
kino is the correct Hawaiian term
for blood connection. This is not
what was written to us. The word
should have rend pilikofco, but our
proof-reader's ignorance of Hawaii
an must hold us excusable this time.
Tin: lower end of Maunakca
street, from King down, to tho Fish
M.ukcl, has, for sonic time, been
nothing hut a succession of mud
holes, and in rainy days these wcic
filled with water, making almost im
passable to pedestrians and disagree
able to carriage occupants. Sonic
good Samaritan has now filled this
up, for which wc thank him.
Yesterday a case was decided in
the Supreme C6urt in which two S.
S. Islanders, named Ti Tua and To
ana, applied to have their child.
Kanarawa, returned to them from
the custody of Kcaloha and Maka
nui, to whom they had given her
some years ago. As the girl wits 12
years of age, the Court' decided to
allow her her choice, and 8hc pic
ferrcd to stay with her foster-mother.
Coucspondcnco is solicited nn the top
ics of the day, or what may become s-o.
Wo leservo the light to excise pine
ly peisonnl matte.
' "Wc do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions e.picssed by our cor
EniTOit Bulletin :
paper very often and
I read your
find you make
remarks about hack-driveis over
charging their customers, which you
say is against the rules. You say
the rules ought to be carried out.
That is all very well. But these rules
arc all one-sided. It says in them
well enough how the public is to be
protected from the hack-drivers, but
it don't say how the hack-drivers
arc to be protected from those of
the public who try to cheat them. I
drive about all day and cven'slnj; up
all night for the convenience of the
public who grumble so much at pay
ing: and even then I 'don't, always
get my money. ' A man will jump 'in
and drive round with mc where he
wants to go. When he is through
c no money now:
come on Saturday." I have to go
after him then to get my 11101103'. So
that when I charge him 011I3' what
the law allows mc I do double woik
for it taking ihim round land going
for the 11101103'. Only last week a
man hailed me. He jumped in and
rode round for two hours and more.
Then he said, "I haven't got any
money nt all l' and I have never got,
any money from him, and 'never
shall, I suppose. The rules prevent
mo from cheating the public, but
they don't prevent the public, from
cheating mc. I think that rule 3
ought to be made to do justice to
Late foreign news.
Panama. Dec. 2L President Zal
dua of tho United States of Colombia
died at Baga on the 22d instant, and
the Vice-President has issumed the
Pauls,' Dec. 21. Do Lossops
announces a scheme for the creation
of nn island sea hi' Africa, to be
prosecuted by private enterprise.
Nkw Yoiik, Dec. 21. The Sun's
London cablegram says: The new
plans for the Channel Tunnel have
been issued, and arc said to meet
with the approval of the military
critics. They bring the entrance
and approach to the tunnel three
miles inland, within range of the
defences of (lie Dover gariixm.
Li Hung Chang continues to push
forward tho reorganization of thu
Chinese navy, and lias ordered addi
tional torpedo noats from Germany.
Great ojunntilies of small arms havo
bcci) purchased for tho army and a
considerable quantity has been sc
sured on behalf of tho Corcau Gov
ernment. London, Dec. 2.'). The TimcJ
Paris dispatch says: England in
tends sending a note to the Powers
cNplaiuing what she proposes doing
for the re-ogaiiization of Egypt.
England hari decided to send the
note, because it was evident tlpit
Diiclcro, President of the French
Council, influenced by considera
tions connected with tho mainten
ance of his position, would -not
otherwise either eonus to an agree
ment with England or break off ne
gotiations. The correspondent says
11 majority of tho 1-owore would, be
ttit jk --4
''willing to nssent to a British prolec-
lumiu uvur ivjiypt.
Loudon, Dec. 21. The Lnngtiy
Labouchcrc quarrel attracts much
attention from Knglish society pa
pers. Vanity lti' enters into
elaborate details, describing the
quarrel at great length, and intio
duccs young Gcbhardt to the notice
of the British public in anything but
a complimentary maimer. The pa
pers, as a rule, treat Mrs. Langtry
very eliaiitably, but sonic of her
illustiious friends in London have
taken up the cudgels so vigorously
for lief in private circles that there1
will be windows broken before all is
London, Hoc. 21 Michael Dav
itl, in his speech at "Wolverhampton
last evening, Minimcd up tho prcscilt.
condition of Ireland as one of fam
ine, discontent and caTcion. He
considered the prevailing distress to
be owing to the unjust system of the
land lrws, rack-rent and-tho dis
couragement of ovcry form ofrtradc.
He thought the lumcdj' consisted in
turning a great pait of the grass
lands into cultivation and the intro
duction of, a sy&leni of loans to the
'oppressed teiiants, in order tb enable
thcni to tide over the coming Winter.
Nmv'Youk, Dec 21 The Siiii'H
London cable says: Even rewards
of $25,000 seem to be of little
weight in Ireland in the, detection of
murderers. It has always been an
article of Irish faith that blood
11101103' entails a curse from which'
there is no escape, and informers arc
learning that the globe has no hid
ing place for them. News is just
received fiom Australia that Lant3
Mori ill, whom the Government sent
out tin cc years ago, after he had
given evidence in the case of the
murder of a Justice of the Peace at
Castlcreagh, has been taken care of
there b3 a secret socict3'. He was
shot jlcad while crossing a farm.
Nothing has conic so far of the
Phoenix Park or other rewards rc
centlj' offered in Dublin.
Sukz, Deo. 23 Ali Showyer, who
shot Professor Palmer, has been
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
This Day, Thursday,
,1 Jimuniy lltli,
At 10 a. in. at S:dcs Room,
Regular Oasli Sale
- I 1 M I It . OK
Dry Good, Clothing,
Line of Fresh Groceries.
Sacks Potatoes, Sacks Sugar,
T-ot ofITiiiiiil 1110.
Ji. P. Av)'h, Auctioneer
ONE or two NURSE MAIDS for
minding children, and for nssjst
nncc in the household. Apply to No. ;j
School Street. 2i)!l .1
AT 0. "West's Cnrii-iKL' Fnelorv, No.
70 Queen Mrcel, l-'our GoodHIBLP.
EUS In the tiinmiiii'' shop. Good wages
Sill Iw O. "WEST.
A SITUATION as Tutor and Hook
J keeper, good lefureaees. English,
KiPiich, L.itin and Mathematics. Ad.
dicss Hook-keeper, Bulletin Office.
ONE lO-Giuige COLT GUN. together
with niv favorite npoi tiny dog
"NANCY." Enquire of
2112 lw I). "W.CLA1?1C.
, GENTLEMAN and LADY, about
p! io luivcl, desiic a suitable, female
companion to accompany Ilium and take
caiu of their children. A pcimiineat
position will he olfeied to the light pel
son, with agieeable coinfoits, &e.
Addies or apply to J E. WISEMAN,
G facial lliisiucss Agunt, No. !27 .Mer
chant stieel. a:) lw
Installation of Ollicers.
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL, No. (iSO
American Legion of Honor, Mill
meet on TlmiMlav Evenintr, at 7:!!0
o'clock, in Kniiclus of Pythias' Hall.
Campbell' llloc.k, Eoft street. A full
iittHudiiucu is requested.
101 "W..T. Lownn:, See
Thq Hotel Street Market
Ib.now in a position to supply their cuy
, .. Prime Mutton, Veal,
juid'ovcrytlilng in the meal line.
SejulJu your outers. Prompt VI ell very,
CAVn.vAHii Si Co.
b billt. up to January 7, 188;), are
parabiont Cavcuugh ilgcncy.
E. G. WALLKH.
203 Lnlo projulelor rlolfl t-t. ainrkct.
rpHE Annual Meeting of the Ivapio.
X lani Pink AsMiohttloa will bo held
at thu armory, In this oily, on Monday
evening, January 1,1th, Ibrtil, at 7 p.111,
A full attendance is requested.
283" '".ecvK'taiyK.V.A. 1
f t V
DILLINGHAM & CO. f
Heservc.this epaco for iiiiiiounccaicut9 of
of which they have huge invoice's to arrive.
NovoltioB iu all Linos of Agricultural Implements,
,y KerosmerOil, of the bestjiualitylb'r.iaudlyatso.-.
1 A I'lSK APSOUTMI'.NT OK .
1 fi - . n '
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Sandals, Ties, &c.
THE FINEST SELECTION OP GENTS' SCARFS,
One in a box, all ofwhich aro
Eminently Suitable for the Present Season,
277 A. W. KICIIAUDSON & CO.
A Card to the Public.
ACEKTAIN Htntenienl cinanatlnj
iroin CIia. J. Fhhel, in his nd
veiti'eineiit in one of our native papers,
has appeared in pcveial issues of late,
wherein he basely uses, my name, setting
forth to the public that he can under
bell 111c, and fcolicithiK patronage in this
ainninr, bchcminir way. I deiro to
"warn the public of his baseness and to
convince all that my goods aic always
iiini ked down to heu roek'priccs; and I
caimol be undersold by bnid Eishel,
besides my goods aie always fresh and
A. M. MELL1S, Proprietor,
Honolulu Clothing Emporium, .
288 lw 104,Fort Street.
Xoticc of lisHoliition.
THE co-partnership lieretofoie exist
ing between Bruce Curtwriiht, "W.
S.'Lucc and A. "W. Uusii, under the llrm
mime or;stylc Of 'the Union Feed Co., is
this day dissolved. j
BRUCE CART WRIGHT
Dated Honolulu, Januaiy 8, 1883.
rpiIE paitnciship heietoforc existing
X between the said parties above
mentioned was not dissolved on the 28th
day of December, 1882. The under
signed has not purchased the intcicM.of
W. S. Luce and A. "W. Bush, and ha not
assumed all the linliililics of said linn.
Dated Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1883. 2!)2 lm
rpiIE Union Feed Company, lomnoscd
JL of Biuce Cirtwiight, V. S. Luce,
and A. "W. BuIi, was dissolved on the
28lh day of December, 1882, Biuce Cart-,
,wright;purchi)sing the entiio interest of
W. S. Luce and A. Wi Bush, who fiom
the 28th December, 1882, ceased to he
pailners in the said Union Feed Comp
any. Bruce Cai Iwright, the purchaser,
assuming all liablliticttof said Company
prior 10 nine ui iiissuimiim iiietcui.
V. K. LUCE.
201 lm A. VT. BUSH.
J HAVE thibdnysohl to Cavenagh fc
" Co. the business of the Hotel Street
Markcl,taud have much pleasmc iu re.
commending the hew firm to the faVor
able notice of inv former patrons.
E. G. "WALLER.
Honolulu, January 8? 1883.
Having purchased the goodwill of tho
Hotel Street .Market, wo arc now pre
pared to Riipply old customers and now
unes'with the best quality of Beef, Mut
ton Pork; Veal, Poultry and Eggs at
Shipping supplied with live stock.
CAVENAGH & Co,
Honolulu, January 8, 1883. 202
npiIE undersigned beg' leave to notify
JL tho public- that they have this day
enleied into a eo.puitacr.ship to carry 011
a Livery and Cirilagu Exmcss business
at the -well known stand, tho" Fashion
Stabler. The llrm name to be known as
Sullivan, Buckley it Co.
Honolulu, Dco. It), 1883 201 lw
-xotiw. 1 .
'"I'MIE undersigned beg le.ivo lo notify
.JL the jiublio that Mr. II. J. Aguow
is no Ion 'r(!i' connected with the Filshliin
StKblcs, Honolulu, and therefore they
will not ho responsible for any contracts
made by him after this date.
SULLIVAN, BUCKLEY & Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 11), 1683. . 2111 lw
9w Kotlee. '"
rpHE undersigned bogs to notify tho
X public tliat lift is no longer com
nected with the Fashion BtahiHif this
city, and lljcrcfoio I11 not bu responsi.
bbi for any debts contracted after this
Hi J. AGNEW.'
UpuQlulu, Dec- It), 1883. -JB8 lw
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Determined to Undersell !
NOTWITHSTANDING tll0 impu.
dent, ignorant and miilieious no
ticc published in your paper by A.M.
Mellis, rcganlhi his personal attack on
me and his ability to sell'his goods at
bed rock prices, niubothcr siiullar fnbri.
cation matter. I would simply say that
his tirade by this method to deceive tho
public has lung since been fully.plnyed
out, and .cy.cn, the ,'nativc clement "has
been too often deceived by over-charges,
and goods palmed oil on 'them cntiiely
averse to what he leprcsented them tb
Compnrc for one moment my large,
varied and splendid stock in my fancy
and dry goods dcpaitmenls, with the
miniature assortment of said Mollis.
Since I dissolved partnership with A.M.
Mellis some two years ago, I have en.
larged my place of Imsinessfour times
the si.e it was then: and my stock is
even now too large to accommodate tho
store. Is it any wonder that I undersell
him? It is not the slightest difficulty for
me to sellmy goods in any department
from 25 to CO per cent. lower than him,
and I have Jacts to prove this assertion,
all of which Mellis is as fully aware of
as the public; lint liko some others of
his nature when difllcultv arise; trade
falling oil", Ac., he risks' his last chance
by publishing a sickly card to mislead
tlic'public. The actual drawback to A.
M. Mellis is his imacuuaintanec with
the Eastern and English wholesale
manufactuicrs, which sets him at sea,
buying, us he dotes, indirectly, paying
high prices,, and because he cannot com.
pcto with mc, owing lo his purchases
being made through commission' agon,
cies. It would be simply ridiculotu, for
me lo compare my choice, well-Helected
and varied Mock, importing, as I do,
largely fiom direct manufacturing
jiimi-u-i uiiiu.iii, wmi me lew lines 01 as.
soitmeut of A. M. Mellis. If one-Third
of my stock of diy or fancy goods was
placed in A. M. Mollis' small store,tbcro
would not be sufficient 100111 left to even
hang, the portrait of said A.-M. Mellis.
I would advise Mr. Mellis, to start. out in
the now year with fair dealing and
honest representations, and apply him.
self to his business instead of falsifying
ids neighbor and making indescrctcias
sci t ion, which accusations eventually
will terminate sadly against him, To bo
jealous as A. M. Mellis has so cwi'picu
ously shown himself to be by his card,
because my well-regulated prices nncl
goods are drawing off his small trade, is
a sad omen indeed to Mr,.Mcllis; but If
ho cannot compete with 1110 in goods and
low piices he must sink into oblivion,
as time and tide waits for no man In
these enlightened days.
BeHovlng from the kind patronage be.
btowed on 1110 that the public fully rely
on my woid that I can undersell A, "fit.
Mellis, that I always havo and alwaya
will. I remain, very respectfully,
CHAS. J. tflSIIEL,
Proptletor Leading Millinery House,
200 Cor. Fort and Hotyl Ms, lw
ALL parties indebted lo D. W. Clnrk
aro requested to nettle the same on
orbof(ip,t;ljolU'.U,Ii)stnnt;l ami-nil par.
ties having bjlls against the same aic
requested to present the samo without
PaitlcVMihving clocks, watches and
jowuliylnl, my sloio,, for rcpujrs will
lilciAAiSirfortho saiiio al onceVas I in.
t 41 till 1 Sill Itt 11 . tit,. I.rill rmA n... ll --.
'"" '"'"ic iiiu jvmgiiuiii mi, iiic-join
g0 lw D. W. CLARK,
KEB" ToiIc "Q3
ALL DEBTS duo to the undersigned
must ho paid on or before the 31st
January, otherwise they will bo placed
iu tho hands of a collector.
g 9' OAPT. MAROHANT.
( X-.OHt, ' r"
A CARPET BAG, left about a 'foil,
night ago iu a sliop neiir'FOrt st,,
.in Hotel or King btrvyts. .Address A.B..