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TUKSDAY, FKII. G, 1883.
thi8 day's doings.
Women's Board of Missions, at
2 :30 ; Committee meet nt 2.
Lecture by Mr. Crttznh, nl Rend
ing Room, nt 7 :!t0.
Kxcclslor, Lodge, I.O.O.F- 7:0.
Bible Class nt Lyceum ul 7:t3o.
Full Particulars of the
The ligtnc Jolin D. Sprcckcls nr
livcd off poVt and nncliorcd outside
Inst night. A smnll innil was brought
ashore. By courtesy of Mossrs W.
G. Irwin & Co. we nrc enabled to
assure our venders that the Suez nr
rived in San Frnncisco on tlic 21st,
having broken her propeller nftcr 4
The Chronicle says she lincl two
blades of . her propeller broken by
striking n spar afloat on the water.
The accident made its occurrence
immediately felt by the jar, nud the
reduced speed She, howcvc.t, con
tinued on her way until the follow
ing day, and then turned back.
Fate seemed to.be against tho ship,
for on the same day, shortly after
she had started on her return, she
was struck bj' a gale nud one of 'her
top-gallant masts and topsail yards
were carried away. Seven days
were consumed in making port fiom
the point where she turned back. In
her damaged condition she only
made GA knots. She was to sail on
the 27th oi 28th January. She dis
charged part of her cargo to enable
her to dock and replace the broken
screw with the extra oncbhc ennied.
Fort street church,
On Sunday evening, was well filled
with people anxious to hear how the
missions to tlie South Sens were get
ting along. The Rev. Mr. Houston
first addressed the meeting, giving a
blight joutlinc of the voyage to, and
his experiences on Ponapc.
Ho found it was very easy to get
congregations, but much more diffi
cult to get practical Christianity.
Still the work wns encouraging, as
the' inhabitants were more intelligent
than those in the low islands.
It is a beautiful place, thickly
covered' with jungle and forest vege
tation, through which paths have to
bo cut. There arc four tribes or
divisions on the island, each of
which has its King : tliis makes the
work more difficult, as tribal differ
ences sometimes upset the result of
previous teaching. Ho had suggest
ed improvements in their dwellings,
shch as better window's, stools, &c,
and in their modes of living with
some share of success. His slight
knowledge of medicine lindbccn a
great help in gaining their confidence
The heathen portion arc notice
able from the fact that they keep up
the. old customs and dress in the
old style, and these matters hcrvc
greatly Ao jlistinguibh the Christian
from, the henthcu native.
Their habits are gregarious.
When- one has a uew or fine house
all his relatives go nud stay witli
Ho then 'mentioned the case of
two chiefs as examples of what had
been done In Christianizing the
islands, one of whom, was now being
trained for a missionary for islands
to the "West, having given up all his
The station he wns nt was called
On, mountainous and least eligible
for rc8Jdencc, but ,tho pcoplo were
good and kind. Near it were home
old ruins, whore the pcoplo used to
gather annually to worship the
spirits of their ancestors tio only
religion they seemed to have had.
Captain llrny then rend an inter
esting and amusing report, which,
however, hardly sremed to spenk
highly of tho work being done in tho
different groups, ns ho deprecated
the want of system and advocated
the changing of missionaries to dif
ferent stations to those they now
occupied. The meeting dispersed
after prayer and benediction.
BQfc, Gents' Bilk Suspenders (conic.
thing now) will lie sold dining the Holl.
-f tliiy.'s ut tho Honolulu Clothing Einporl.
wtiot A.1. .ntiuiB. 104 Fort Stivt. S7J
Latest Foreign News.
The slinr Ciinbrin sank Jnit 21 af
ter colliding with the Sultan off limn
biug. A fearful scene occurred. O
vcr 100 lives lost. Prince Frederick
Clinrlcs, brother of the German Em
peror died Jan. 21. At Tclinehapi
Cal. .Tan. 21 at least 12 passengers
hnce been burned to death in a urn
away train, many moi c frightfully
injured Numerous murders on tho
Pacific Slope Trouble impending1 iu
France Further trouble in Ireland.
Left San 'Francisco on tho 20th Jnn
nary. She is a third-rate, of 1595
tons burthen, 700 horse-power, and
canics 7 guns and 101 men. The
following is hat list of olllccrs :
Fiedcrlek Pearson, Commander
A. 11. Vnll, Llcut.Conimniidur
1). S. ltlclinids W. C. Strong, I.Icuts
O. Foilcr, .1. M. Bowycr, "V. it. A. Hoc
Geo. H. Clark, J. J. Knnpp, II. Hodinnn,
.1. Biitlcrworth, Cliicf.Englnecr
A. F. Dixon, Passed At. Engineer
A. do Hal., A-.it. Engineer
W. II. Jones, Surgeon
W. It. E-u Hose. Passed Ast. Surgeon
K. McAlpiuc, B. C. Sumpon, Cadet En.
II. Frnzcr, Passed AM. PiivmaMcr
G. II. Benson, 1st Lieut. U. S. Marine
E. AY. Zulphen, Naval Cadet
J. C. Troll, Pay Clerk ,
.1. McLaughlin, Boatswain '
C. II. Bognn, Carpenter.
The Gettysburg Captain Theobald,
arrived ou Saturday from Newcastle
N. S. W. 101 days, having called at
Tahiti on the way and leaving there
20 days ago. She brings 1500 tons
coal for W. G. Irwin & Co. kho
will conic in to'day as she draws 21
feet of water.
The stmr. Lchua brought 1279
bags sugar and 2 horses.
The schr. Nettie Merrill brought
480 bags sugar
Schr Kekauluohi, brought 100
bags sugar, etc.
Schr Kauikeaouli brought 2800
bags of sugar.
Schr. Jennie "Walker arrived. Yes
terday, 11 days and 21 hours from
"Washington Island. She brought
192 bags of copra.
The bark Ullock, from Liverpool,
brought 2,805 cases brandy, 175
cks. alum. 819 kegs hardware, 81
bales baskets, 1 boiler, 198 wheels,
3 dogs, 1900 parcels samples, etc.
The Jennie Walker reports very
rough weather at Washington Island
and on the way back. They lost 1
boat there anil bi ought yart of her
Local & general items.
Tin: Japanese Ambassador and
suite will visit the schools to-day.
Tin: hookupn is reported to be
coming in in gicat quantities. Waia
lua and Honokaa are to the front.
It is snid that quite a number of
the prisoners now at tho gaols will
bo pardoned' at the Coronation.
Yr.sri:i!i)Av ' 20 ' prisoners were
sent to out some Maile and 20 others
to cut grass for next weeks festivities.
Worn) has been received in Hono
lulu that every district on the differ
ent islands will be icpicbcntcd by a
number, of delegates.
The Hawaiian Amateur Minstrel
Troupe will give their second, per
formance at the Music Hull on Sat
urday next. .,--. . .J.
A lecture will be delivered this
evening at the Heading lloom by
Mr. Cruzaii, at 7:30 o'clock. Sub
ject, " Kings of Men."
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The Japanese Embassy and suite
were entertained ou Saturday night
'at the Hotel at a dinner given by
the .Ministry. The dinner was iii
the Hotel's best style.
, Tun time draws near' every avail
able piece of vclvot and satin in the
dry goods shops has been sold.
How gorgeous will be the nmphl
Yi:sij;way aftcnioou a drunken
man rode furiously on horseback
along King Sticct. Although the
police attempted to stop him they
couldn't. This shows the need of
Ykstkiiday morning n grocer's de
livery wngon inn away along King
Street and turned up Nmuuiu Street.
Tho driver of Dodd's sprinkler
jumped clowned running after if
stopped .before it reachedhho corner
G. Davis, W. More and C Tay
lor were, yesterday, committed for
trial at the Supreme Court, for rob
bery in the 1st degree.
TiiKitr. is at present a larger num
ber of foreign vessels in port to
gether than has been tho ease for
many months past. We have 1 men-of-war,
2 ships, 7 barks, 2 barken
tines, 2 terns, 1 brigantincs and 1
schooner 22 in all.
Sour, complaints have been made,
about holes in the sidewalk of Foit
street',' matika of licrctanin strcctr
wliich vcrc caused by the owner of
the adjacent pi operty moving his
fence back and neglcctin; to till up
the space thus created. Those holes
arc now, being filled up.
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llow is it that there is no place in
tho Coronation Procession program
me for the citizens nt large? arc they
not to bo represented? Or is it be
lieved that ottr down-town Merchants"
nrc not wishful to take part iu the
It is rumoured that to a certain
older iu this town some time ago a
wish was expressed that it would
make the largest show at the proces
sion and urging' it to1 enroll' new
members. What shifts arc wc re
To n public dinncr'in all civilized
nations, the press arc invited to send
representatives to report proceedings.-
Here it is not so. The more
public an affair nominttlhj is, the
more private it is sought to be kept,
for fear that the public will know
too much of the little gnmes.
Tin: iLikeliko made exceedingly
fast time on her last trip up to wind
ward. She left this port at the same
time as the Iwalani, and after stop
ping one hour and ten minutes at
Laliainn, only arrived at Maalaea ten
minutes behind 'the Iwalani. This
shows the benefit of the thorough
overhauling and cleaning she has
under gone lately.
I. O. O. F.
HAKMONY LODGE No. 3, f.O.O.F.
having accented the invitation to
bo present (it tlieoroiiiition, nil broth
ers of Excelsior Lodge and visiting bro
thers arc coidinily invited to he.present
nt the Lodge lloom, nt 10 n. in., on I'ch.
12th, 18S3. ' Hegnlin.
illO Iw M. D. MOySAHIlAT, N.G.
A COMPETENT DRUG CLERK oi
active business vonns num. Ap
ply iinmedinlely to J. A. l'.u.Jimt ifcCo.,
li;j Fort street. 307
ANYONE having a ropv of J. YV.
Ktiiiwjilil'ii "Forni'Bobk" to dis
pose of, will llnd a.purchaser by sending
word to. . T Ti"' ":.,
U03 tf J. "Wl RonmVrsox & Co.".
'E'inressWii iron, and
i Hnrnc'.s.iinii! 1 v niv
Also) a Carriage Horse, n good roadster
and a first-class saddle horse.- '"Was for
forly owned by DtC Cumin ins. For fiu
tboi particulars npiilj- to"
!117 1w Ciinlngo Fnctoiy, (Juecn st.
A, Hare Cluuice
Svs To invest in a Buggy. A
CSJhPlendid single scat open
jNiix .)iifrjry nearly new, cost
$27arBL'iiforri30. '. . r
' ,A sliiftle,ss top buggy, nearly new, cost
1?32.j; sell foi;i.l,75. .Either is a good
b.irgalu for any ouo needing a vehicle.
i Address or'apply'to
J. E. WISEMAN,
?U4 lw General Business Agent.
( J A BEAUTIFUL EpT OF a
Plushes, Slks8atin, Surrahs,
Moires, Laces and Trimmings
Will be opened this day by
A. H. McMiM,
B08 104 Fort Street.
MESSRS. IV. W. HALL & 0. BOLTE
have been appointed assignees of
AH peisoiis'liaving claiins agnljist tjiis
Estate will nlcasu present then), and all
persons indebted to this. INlato will
please bettle accounts by payment to
At II. lluekfeld & Co'.s.
Honolulu, Jnn. 23lh, 1883. 307 2w
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE )s hereby given that the fiiui
of Bioglio, Hpctu-it Co. Is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, A. t,
All chilins will be paid by C, Bioglio
and J. A. Spear, and all debts w.Hl hq
collected by them. ,,
The liuBinuss' will cnnttniiu under 'the
linn naiiip of Broglio & Spear.
. t J0IIN A. Sl'UMI
. .?. . .. .' A. W-tRiciiaudson
Uouoiulu1Ju.loliB83,lJ. , airaim
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETS OF NEW GOODS!
Just leeelved ex " Australia " and
, - , , .Snn Finnciccoi'n'! .
H$8 Something New
Caiilagc Lumps-pa large variety, of the bcl Anicrlcnn mnkc.
Wiie Uaue, Door Main, Cutting Nippers,
""" .Trowel'", Saws,, Sheave and Shears.
Royal Cement, for mending crockery.
Ship Augers, l)itl, Door HolN, Spar Planes,
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' ' EnileyV i'fnhcf,-Locks, Wiles.'' '
Plows, , Whipn Lashes,
' and ''Novelties !
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Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
1 ' ' ' 'lietweeh'the Hawaiian Islands and the United Statcs.and
between llio Hawaiian IbIiiihIs and
.T. IE. W-IEJiMCIS,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Ofllee, 27 Merchant sticct, - Hawaiian Qnzellc, Block.
The only recognized Ileal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
L'uid and piopeity for sale in nil paits of Honolulu and tho various Islands.
Houses to lea?c and rent in Honolulu and suburb'.
Rooms to rent, en Miito or singlc,throughout Honolulu.
AT JOHN -NOTT'S,
- - r" -a ..; '
No. 8 Knnliumnnu street.
FIRE WORKS !
A largo and splendid assortment of Fii e
Works can be had at
CEO. F. WELLS'
aiusic Store, consisting of'
Palm, Suns, Fans,
Batteries, Wheels, China Flyers,
, Colored Fires, .Bcngalas,
Rockets, Roman Candles.
... (. &c, &c, &c.
10." and' 1,07 , . " - FprUtrcct.
THE tlnn of Ashley &,Co. is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. I
' Sbrnnil W.G. ASHLEY.
Signed L c A15LES
Honolulu, Jan. 31, 1883.
WG, ASHLEY & II 'F. 11EBBARD
lui'o this day formed a Co
pailnershij) under the Jinn unmu of Ash.
Icy &, Co. Allr clnims -W1I be paid and
all outstnndiugiiccoiuitscollected by the
"V. G.. ASHLEY. ,
II. r . lUAiliAlll,
T tho Adjourned Annual aiceling of
. the Stockholduis of tho Hawaiian
Bell Telephone 'Company held'on Jan.
27h, 1883, the following olllccri,were
f i re luu mi-luo'ensuing year:
II. A. W(lcmaun Ptesldeut
J, F. Brown t ..Vice-President
O. O. Bergcr Secretary and Trca
E. P. Adams Auditor
813 lw. . C. 0.-BEIiqKlt, Sec'y.
Notice,, ' ,
''PIIE undersigned hnve this diyjnir.
J chnspd.tl)9 interest of A. W. Bush
and AV H. Luce in tho Union Feed Com
pany, and request that all claims against
the Union Ftod Company todnto be pre
IL It. MACFARLANE,
H. M. BENSON.
Honolulu, Jan. 2Wi, 1883. 313 lw
X'E heffto notify the Honolulu pub
it lie and those residents on the
other Islands Urn we will continue tlio
busjucss of the
Union Tend Ooniiuuiy,
nt the old stand, and trust by a stilct at
tention to tho wants of our customers to
merit a fair sharu of patrouagu. It will
bo our aim to keep ou iiauil at all times
a full stock of all kinds, of feed.
JL 11. MACFARLANE.
, . 1 , H. M.lBENSON . ,.
J 813, iwi . ...J, 1MUOE UAimYllKIJIT
" Ella " fiom Now York and
in Lamp Goods!
. HOARDING. . i
A FEW GENTLEJIEN can he nccom.
moddtcd-witUBonid nt a private
House, in a respectable neighborhood,
and within 5 minutes of the Post Office.
For particulars apply at the Bulletin
Ofllee. 310 lm
By the stmr City of New, York,
DIRECT FROM AUSTRALIA,
Ladies' &. Gentlemen's
Embroidered and plain seats.
Bridles in Rnsset & Blk leather
Riding Whips and Harness,
Thct llncst ever impoitcd into these Is
Solid Leather Portmanteaus,
Carpet Bags, Pouches, mid
Russet Leather Saddle Bugs,
J. IX. LYIVOII'S,
300 No. 88King street.
C. BREWER & Co.
Oiler to the public a lino of
1 Imported ,f rom the East,
and manufactured by celebrated makers
exprtssly.for this market. i
Very Stylish Cut-Under
Carryall, made by Messrs. Kimball &
Very neat und stylish, from Kimhull &
Bros, and W. P Sargent & Co's.
1 Beach Wagon, Brownell's rnukc. '
bemocrnts yngon. '
Side-Spring Trotting Buggy.
All the above will be sold low.
Patties desiring to nurclinsa will do well
to call and CMiiniuc our 'Block tioforo
8l lm 0. BREWER & Co.
'VO RENT, on Kulaokahua
Plains, concr of Kinnu and
Wnncnnnln itmnlr. n.... T illin
COrrAOK, containing Parlor. Diniui;
jtuuiu, u iJL-iiiuuiiiB, jjuui-room vitn all
modern convenienpesj largo Pantry anil
Ivilchen, with latticed veiaud room
attitWled ; also Stable, with two Malls, hay
and carriage rooms j and 3 rooms for'
!ur,v'Ji,iBFi'r fj'l'thcr particulars apply
to WM. W. Hall. jjoo
jJgUk STRANGERS will find a "
atWNHiianu'Avcinie; llooms fiirnish
cl single or .suite, at moderate charges.
w4 ' mjtot?.
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