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THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Y. M. C. A,, JJcthol, 7:30.
Concert nt Kmnm Squnrc, 7 :30.
APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDI
TURE. The Advertiser furnishes the in
formation that " $0,000 was appro
printed by the Government" lor
J'lhc ncv addition to the Insane
.Hospital." "We had previously sup
posed that that amount was appro
priated for the put posts of "the now
addition" by the Xerislaturc, and
that the Govcrmnent simply lindllio
expending of the money. Wc were
quite prepared to commend the Gov
ernment for having used the sum at
'their disposal to the best advantage,
but would never have dreamt of
crediting them with having made the
appropriation. Wc thought the
Legislature only possessed the pre
rogative of" appropriating the public
funds, the Government being en
trusted with their expenditure in ac
' cordancc with the Legislative will.
If not, wiry is the Treasurer's bud
get, or, in other words, the appro
priation bill, brought before the
Legislature at all? Simply to look
at? The Advertiser article from
which wo have quoted conveys the
impression that the responsibility
both of appiopriation and expendi
ture rests on Government shoulders.
Perhaps the Advertiser intends the
'word "Government" to embrace the
Legislature as well as the Execu
tive; but' it is seldom, if ever, used
with that meaning in this country.
By "the Government" is usually
meant the Cabinet Ministers, and if
this is the sense in which our con
temporary uses the term, we fail to
sec either the " humanity " or
"generosity" of "the Government"
in "the whole design" of the "new
addition to the Insane Asylum," al
though admitting their "ability and
economy" in the matter.
A SERIOUS ACCIDENT.
Yesterday forenoon a serious, if
not fatal, accident occurred to a
native boy at the corner of IJcruta
uia and Nuuanu streets. Two boys,
brothers, came in on horseback from
Kalihi on the one horse. The
younger sat on .a blanket behind the
saddle. They slopped in front of a
Chinese .store .it the before mention
ed corner, and the elder boy got off
and went inside. The younger then
moved forward and got on to the
saddle, leaving the blanket flapping
in the wind. Just at this juncture
nn express came rapidly round the
corner, and here the story becomes
mixed. Wc could not glean exactly
whether it was the express that
frightened the horse or the flapping
of the blanket, but at any rate the
horse got frightened and began to
kick. It finally threw the boy off in
front of Queen Emma's residence
on to the kerbstone. His skull is
badly fractured, so that he will pro
"KA HOKU O KE KAI. "
Wc have received a copy of the
'first number of Ka Iloku o l-e Juii,
(The Star of the Sea,) the new Ha
waiian magazine. Wo have deferred
our notice of it hitherto till wo
could have some portion of the con
touts translated and find out what
wns in it. So far an excellent bill of
faro has been presented, and wo be
lieve that it will -meet with a large
measure of success. Mr. Jos, M.
Pocpoo is the editor, and wc congra
tulate him on its success.
POLICE COURT JANUARY 17.
Mary Ncilson, remanded from the
lGth; remanded at the request of
prosecution until moved on. Nai
liuni, assault and battery on his wifo
at Honolulu during two moirjlia past,
pleaded guilty ; remanded till 18th.
C Taylor, drunk, forfeited $0 bail.
Ah Jim, driviug licensed carriage
without proper No. Nol, pros.
' CIVIL OAI.KXUAH.
K, Halstead vs. Kaluliilaae, de
serting contract 6crvicc, remanded
at the request of plaintiff. J. Silvn
v8.,SY( jMtwon, notion of tissuuipsit
for S 100.21; judgement with costs
for $102. "Wallace Jackson vs. S.
K. Ivaai, action of assumpsit for
$50: no appearance for defendant;
judgment for plaintiff $50, tiilli
costs $!).35. S. J. Levey & Co. vs.
A. Herbert, action of assumpsit for
$70.77, settled out of Court, costs
$2. Hollistcr & Co. vs. E. Nord
bcrg, action of assumpsit for $21.
85, settled out of Cottit.
The James Mnkcc brought 2,280
bags sugar and 700 bags paddy ; the
Iwalani Drought 3,G0d pkgs. sugar.
The jN'inito is being careened and
The schooner Emma wont ashore
at Waiauaccaily j'estcrday morning.
She was at anchor tlio evening pre
vious when the heavy swell turned
her broadside on, and she dragged
her anchor and went ashore on the
beach. The particulars known so
far arc but' mcagi c, but it is thought
if the heavy swell continues she will
be a total wreck. Mr. II. Macfar
land went down yesterday to sec
Parts of the wreck of the Niagara
were floating about the harbor yes
terday. She was rapidly breaking
up under the strong swell.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
"Who obtained a barrel of gin
without paying duty? '
, . . .--. .
"What carpenter taxes his employ
ees 25 cents ia,day for crapping
them at Government work ? -
Mi;ssits. C. Brewer & Co's credit
sale yesterday was fairly attended.
Prices, as a rule, were low.
At the concert on Emma Square
on Monday night there were two
vehicles standing so as to obstruct
all traffic. This ought not to have
The inative man Paiola, who had
his skull fractured 'in that drunken
affray on the wharf last Saturday
night week, died yesterday morning
from the effects of the wound.
Vr.UY frequently in Bcrctania
street carriages are left standing
with the horses' heads fastened to
telephone posts, and the bodj of the
carriage out in the sLicct, so as to
seriously impede tiaflic.
A PAvr.n will be presented this
evening at the meeting of the Y. M.
C. A., showing the objects of the
Association, and it is hoped a full
number will be in attendance. The
meeting takes place as usual at the
Bethel Vestry, at 7:30 o'clock.
It is strange that hopes of immi
gration from the East Indies are
constantly dangled before the eyes
of the planters, thus preventing
vigorous steps in other directions,
when the authorities know that it is
no use hoping for auy such thing as
under our existing laws the British
Government would not permit them
Wk .heard yoslcrday of a gentle
man and lady, both physicians ly
profession, who have made leprosy a
special study. A paper, by them,
has appeared in the number for July
of the Arciiven de Phy;ioloric,
treating of its microscopic anatomy.
Their names are Drs. Geo. & Mrs.
F. Hoggan. It would be a benefi
cial deed to invite thcin out hero to
report on matters.
Wi: deeply rcrict to record the
death of'Mr. Geo. W. Pascoe; from
lung disease, on Tuesday night. Ho
passod nwny Very quietly. 'Mr.
Pascoe was in poor health for about
two years, and relinquished his posi
tion in the Custom House as (store
keeper but a bhort lime ago. Ho had
made arrangements to. go to tho
Coast by the Caibaricn, which sails
to-day, in the hope of iinproving'Iiis
health. He leaves many friends hero
who deeply mourn his death.
The barkentinc "W. II. Dimond,
Capt. Houdlctt, arrived Jan, 15th,
froin.San Francisco, ,wilh v general
cargo ami 50 hordes for tho H. C.
Co. Passengers s E. G. Kustcr, Mrs,
Pilsell and a
en, and Mrs.
Last Friday, a white laboring
man was going from Ilonuapo to
l'unaluui lie met a native and asked
him if he could give him a place to
sleep. "Yes," was the reply, "come
into tho house.'' During the night
he and two others set on linn and
beat him, dragging him out to an old
lava flow they left him, in tho hole
at tho bottom, for dead. They look
his money and clothes, lie recover-,
ed and managed to Had his way to
his destination. One has beenf
caught, the oilier two arc being
hunted for. Piiiialim mill lias broken..
down: it will not be able logo on
grinding for a month.
Special fur llio Dally llnltelln.)
All the French Anarchists arc not
such ferocious creatures as one
might suppose from theWcwspaper!
accounts of their doings'.-4 Some' of
tlicni can give and understand a
joke. Citizen Jules Guesde, for ex
ample, is one of these happy excep
tions. Tho police went to his house
the other day to arrest him, but he
was mm est. Next morning he wrote
a letter to tho Prefect, saying "I
am sorry to nave put .your men to
inconvenience, but affairs of the
highest importance called me away
from homo. I shall be back again
in two or three days, when I shall
do myself the honor of receiving
your envoys. My lodging is on the
third-story of No. 5, iftic des
Plaiilcs, first door on the left."
A most extraordinary and painful
phenomenon has lately occurred in
Warsaw. A lady died under .sotric
what peculiar circumstances, which
gave lisc to a report that her death
had been caused by her husband's
ill-treatment. Ilcnco, several weeks
after her interment, her' .body was
exhumed for post mortem examina
tion, when it was found that in the
grave' a perfectly lipalthy "chiltl find
been born. This 'gives a strikingly
new meaning to the word "ipost
AT the Annual Meeting of the East
Maui Plantation Co., held at Hono
lulu, January l?tli,) 1833, the following
ofllccrs wcie elected for the ensuing
Col. W. F. Allen .President
J. E. Hoffmann Vice President
P. C. Jones, Jr Sco'y and Tren
W. F. Allen ,.j. . '. . . Auditor
JMc-srs,. W. F. Allen, A. O. Ellis, and
P. O. Jones., Jr.
000 llw P. C. JOJS ES, Jit., Sec'y
By the stnir City of New Yoik,
IiHilicH' & GlMlilcillCll'M
Embioidcicd and plain ..eats.
Bridles and Harness
The flncbt ever imported into these Is.
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
j. ii. ivzvoirs,
300 No. 88 King street.
JUbT ItaCUIVUD JJY
209 Allen & ItobhiKon.
rpWO STEADY YOUNG MEN, ac
JL customed to setting typo. Apply
"nt tho Daily Bulletin Ofllcc.
for Plantation on Kauai. Apply to
S!)Q -ft II. llACKFi.i.n & Co.
January 20th, 188;).
New Songs ! Now Solos !
Ncav Duels ! Now Dances !
New I'arccs, &c.
Secure your Tickets Early.
Tickets can now ho had at
.T. W. lo I ! won At Co.'h.
A LL DEBTS due to tho 'undersigned
iV. must be paid on or befoie tint Hist
Jniuury, otlicnvlM) they )vjfl be placed
in Hut hands of a collettor.
SIH3W VMT, WAKOJIAT.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Reserve this space for announcements of
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of vhlclf they' hiivc urge invoices to arrive.
Novelties in all Lines of
A large Consignmei.t of , ,Htv.nr,
Kerosene Oil, iu faueet nozle causvlSO'Fii'oilIest, ip,
from "Rnslpm t?nllnr frtr cnln In intnntltlnd In e,ilt " ' ' ,ltIlt It
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at very low
A KIKE AfI?OHTMKT OV '
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Sandals, Ties, &c.
THE EINEST SELECTION OF GENTS' SCARFS, k
One in a ho, all 6fvliieli are ' '"''
Eminently Suitablejir the Present Season
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
Sismsrt this date
vo will hold, our
Regular Room Sale'
On Friday of each week.
P. S. PRATT & Co. Auctioneers.
' iFi4cliiy;:Jaii.4 I9.3r.i
Regular Cash Sale
At 10 a. m.,
Pry Goods, Ciockery, ,
Fine assortment of Lamps,
Groceilcs, White Beans,
Salmon, in half bhlf.,
Cigars, Tin 'Ware,
Potatoes, Corn, Wheat.
One Large California Mule,
well biokcu to harness.
F. S. Pjiatt & Co., Auctioneer.
Dissolution of Partnership.
"rOTICE is hereby given that the'llrm
x ot uioime, bpeariK uo. it tins tiny
dissolved by mutual consent
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All claims will be pidd bv C. Broglic
and J. A. Spear, and all debts will be
collected by them.
The business will continue 'under the
firm name of Broglio & Spear.
John A. Sriuu.
A. W. HiciiAitusox.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 18813. 21)0 lm
ABESPECTABLE TIDY GIBL or
middlo aged woman to tukecaic
of chiltlrcn nncl act as nuise, aim to Ira
vel with the ftimily in foreign lands.
Comfortable .lionio ottered with suit
Address or npply to J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, No. 27 Mer.
chant street. 290 lw
One Beautiful Koa Show Case
Velvet lined, 0 fcet.long, r
B.'.veleil fiont. Two locks with dupli
cato keys. .
200 3t E. O. HALL & BON.
SITUATION as private watchman by
a Mihcr, hteady man. Entpliiu at
Bquihk's American Lodglnglllouso.
""'M Wanted, , '
0NE or two NURSE MAIDS for
minding children, and for assist
ance in the household. Apply to?No. it
School Street. 203 lw
GS-. WEST, 1 '
Buggies, Ciirringcs, E.ircs.s"Vngpn8
mid every kind of vehicles
mid all hinds of repulring done.
To the JLmlieH !
ELEGANT FANCY WORK
vor TJlii IIOMUAVS.
OIIDERS taken ami lessons given fn
Chenille, Bilks, and Crewel Em
lirotdnry. Work (o bo been everyday
fiomlOii, in. IdSilih., ut 1U1, Fort street
(ucM or to Dr, pfwlluj. , , a i
LUBRICATING OILS. ,. Vi"",, ,'k ' uJJ,u
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A. W. KICHARDSON &' CO. , . ' , , ' . ' ,
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"Soilce of DiNNoIntioii., p
TITE co-pAitnerslip licret'oforc cxiM
ingibetwceniBmco Cartwright, W.
S.Iiiicc and A. AV.;Bush, under the firm
name or Style of tho Uiiio'n Feed Co., is
this day dissolved. v . '
Dated Honolulu, 'January 8. 1883. '
-, :& rxi.! -dJ
m VAf't ' ,r'.ni
rpiIE paitner.ship heretofore existing
.1 lio,i,-n.. 1.'.!.tl !.! VI. Z
incntipned was not dissolved on. tho.28tli
day of December, ,1882. Tho .under
signed has nbt 'purchased the int'erest'of
W.,S. Luce and A. W.,Bnsh, and,hns riot
assumed all tlic liabilities qf.Baid lirm.
BRUCE ' CART WRIGHT. l
atedjlonolulu, Jnn.8, 1883.) u 202 lm
Notice oi'DiHHolntlbri; 'I''
THE Union Fccd'Conipanrl composed
of Bruce Cirtwri glit, V. B.iLuce,
and A. W. Buh, was dissolved on the
28th day of December, 1882, Bruce Cart,
wright purchasing the entire interest of
W. b. Luce and A. W. Bush, who from
the 28th December, 1882, ceased' to'bo
partners in the said Union Feed Comp.
any. Bruce Cartwright, the purchaser,
assumingiall liabilities of said Company
prior to dalo of dissolution thereof.
W. S. LUCE.
201 lm A. W. BUSH:-1!
Having purchased the good-will of tho
notel Street Maikc't, wc arc now pre
pared (o supply oltl customers ond now
ones with the best quality of Beef, Mut
ton, Pork, Veal) Poultry ond Eggs at
market pi Ices.
Shipping supplied with live stock.,
CAVENAGH & Co.
Honolulu, January 8, 1883. 203
ALL persons having claims against
the Estate of M. J. Rose, decensed,
will please present them to the under
signed; nnd all persons indebted to the
abovo Estate will please settle accounts
by paymenf, to
, , T F.,A.SCHAEFER.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1883. 205 ,lw
Real Estate Bureau
OWNERSof Real Estate will olwaya
find it to their ntlvantage to placo
their houses nnd hinds in my care for
disposal, as I am tho only acknowledged
Real Estate Broker on the Islands,
Agents and Planters, and all other cm.
ployers'of mechanics nnd laborers will
do well to notify mo when vacancies oc
Leases, deeds, bonds, mortgages, and
id! other legal piiqers drawn in proper
form. , .
Hi I In Collected,
Books and accounts kept,
Letters nnd Engrossing done.
nnd gencial ousiic(js , offlco' work Jof
cvciy deicriptioti attended to and'nlways
on the m,ost reasonnblo terms. ' il"
JOSEPH E, WISEMAN, ' '
Office 37 Merchant Stiect, Hojolul4
rcjepliOHR 173, P.O.Box, 31P
Tho Hotel Street MwtfcW
U noy in u position to supply tliplr ous.
lncis witli t
prime Mutton, Veal,
and everything,!!! the meal lino. i
Bend in your orders. Prompt delivery.
204 Oavenaou & Co. t
A. S. CLEGHOEN & Co.
Have Tcceivcda lnrge askortmentof .) ,
Boots & Shoes
to bull till classed of pUlCUUH'K, 48!