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THE DiOLT BULE
HONOLULU, II. L, MONDAY, FBBEUA11Y 19, 1883.
CO 0ENT8 PER MONTH.
THE" DAILY BULLETIN
WALTER HILL, Proprietor.
Is published every morning mid clrcu.
luted throughout the town by curriers,
mid forwarded to the other Islands by
Subscription, 60 cents per Month.
G. Cahsoj Kenyon, Editor.
All burliness communications to be ml.
iliciscd, Manager Dally Bulletin, Post'
Oillcc Uo. No. 14. Telephone 250.
Ofllro, '- - . - iiccii Ntrcct,
' Opnoallc Wfet's Cnrrlugo Factory.
T. Q. Ci.EVion, Manager
MUSIC FOR WORKMEN.
A happy tiny will have dawned for
ttic 'laboring classes when it shall bo
recognized ns nn indisputable fact
that to get from a workman his best
work it is ncccsBary to feed him well,
clothe him well, lodge him well, and
piovidc him with agreeable enter
tainment while he is woiking. Pen
ding this too happy consummation,
steps ai;o already being taken in
Spain to amuse the workman during
his hours of toil ; and the plan is
said to have been attended by excel
lent results. "Structural alterations"
having been ordered for the Madrid
Theatres, ns (since the burning of
the Ring Theatre at Vienna) at so
many playhouses in various parts of
Europe, the nccessnry operations
were forthwith undertaken at the
Theatre Royal, but they did not
proceed rapidly enough to give the
.manager any hope of being able to
open on the day for which the com
mencement of the season bad been
fixed. In bis difficulty he selected
from a number of workmen those
who had a taste for music, and en
gaged a portion of the opera band to
piny to them ns they built, joined,
and, painted. Cheered by the strains
of n fine orchestra, the men labored
with such good-will that they com
pleted their work in excellent time.
And now according to the Epoca,
the question of employing music ns
an aid to labor is being seriously
considered in high 'places. Religion
is treated ns a pastime by the Salva
tion Army, and'whyfhot work? St.
CHRISTMAS AT -THE SOUTH IN WAR TIME.
James D, McCabe has recorded
some interostiig experiences of
Christmas .tnilcr the Confederacy.
The d:nuerjjk$l, he says, did not
differ liiatentpryfjom its predecessors
in the "piphfeuiucs of peace," and
though in 180z the feast was home
made, it was enjoyable. Turkeys
were only $11 apiece, and salt had
fallen to 33 cents aj pound. The
yule log Was obtainable at $15 a
cord ; wines were to be had by the
very rich, and "sorghum rum, or
apple, peach, or blackberry brandy
cost $80 a gallon. A few toys were
leftjjii the stores in the cities, and
liie:Ciackers, essential to the South
ern festival, were $5 a pack. By
18(53 the closest search of Santa
Clans revealed no plnythings, and
lire-crackers indicated great- wealth
or reckless extravagance. The few
turkeys in the market were $ 10, and
$50 apiece ; whisky or sorghum rum
"for egg nog cost $75 or $80 n
gallon; sugar was $5 and $10 a
pound, and flour $125 a barrel.
With gold nt 2,800V m plaiu Christ
mas dinner for a large family cost
$200 or $800. In. 18G4, when
Christinas fell on Sunday, gold was
nt 5,000. Flour was $000 a lmrrcl,
sugar $2 an ounce, salt $1 a pound,
butter $10, beef $35 to $40. Wood
was $100 n cord. Mr. McCn.be
describes a Christmas dinner at n
country house near Richmond. The
four gentlemen were in uniform ; the
three ladies were in homespun.
They liud for dinner a $300 ham,
nud the last turkey on the plantation,
valued nt $175, with $100 worth of
cabbages, potatoes and hominy.
Corn brend wns served inndo of meal
nt$80n bushel rind snlt at Sin
pound. The dessert was blnck
molasses, nt $C0 a gallon, and after
one cup of ten real tea, worth $100
a pound, treasured for the occasion
ns a surprise, and not Biissafrns
ti.'cro wns coffee at discretion, inndo
from Bwcet potatoes cut into littlo
squares, toasted and ground down.
A, Gents' Bilk Suspenders (some,
thing now) will be sold during lho Moll,
day's ut the Honolulu Clothing Empori.
uit of A. M, Mkiais, 104 Fort Street. 271
rg" The largest selection of Ladles'
Fiehucs and Collarettes of the latest
Patlchis are to be had at tho Honolulu
Clothing 'Emporium of A- M, Mklus,
B. JF. EHLERS & Co.,
DRY GOODS IMPORTERS,
All the latest Novelties in Fancy Goods Received by every steamer FORT STREET
I AM ALL UPSET
On account of extending the Store, and
Eeceiving New Goods the Coronation Ball
Flushes, Brocades, Surrahs, Monies, Silks, Satins,
Laces, Trimmings, Ladies' Silk Hose, all shades.
3, 4, 0 and 12 Button and 5 Hook
FOSTER KID GLOTES!
For want of room, I will sell the ahovc goods at prices never known
heforo in this market.
Also, a few very superior Gent's Dress Suits.
A. M. MelhV Honolulu Clothing, Emporium
104 Fort street,
LAWRENCE & FREETH,
Plans and Estimate furnished for works
of construction. Civil Engineering &
Surveying Otllcc, 10 and 21 Meichant bt,
nhove J. W. Robertson & Co's.
800 P. O. Box, 101. ly
G. H. ROBERTSON,
Dmyinan best teams
tn town. Telephone No. 05. 15
CEDAR SHINGLES 1
Just Received hy
Allen A KoMnnon.
Saddles and Hahness.
of all kinds-on, hand or .
No milllnory or dry goods for sale here.
No steam plows or Gorham silver ware.
No wines or spirits for sale.
No imported Coronation stock here.
No boots, shoes or Peter Funk jewelry
But if you wnnc satisfaction in my Hi
call on mc nt 1)2 King mi.
IN GENUINE STYLE.
the thorough expericne
cd horse brcakcr.wishcs
. the public to know that
""lie Is fully prepared to
take charge of stock, and guarantees
to break them thoroughly on his Ranch,
and attend carefully to feeding and
doctoring hon.es. He has now in his
charge Mich celebrated steeds as Black
Thorn and other thoroughbreds, and has
the exclusive charge of all of Mr. James
Orders loft at the Pantheon Stables,
or nt the inommoth stables on.Mr. James
Campbell's propcity nt Knpiolani Park,
will meet with promptness. 203 ly
Ir. le Fries,
Stables on Boretaniu st.
iS&?-fPlniiis) near Thomas'
Square. Orders sent to P. O. Box 315
will receive prompt attention.
Dr. Do Fries having tilted up elegant
accommodations on the Plains for tho
doctoring mill care of animals, is fully
prepaied to render satisfaction. H.is
nlsnalargc pasture laud and will hike
general good care of horses and cattle
lett In his charge. No cure no pay.
- 300 ly '
JEWELER, jf OPTICIAN,
Denier in Hawaiian Curiosities.
Store In the "Huwnllan Gazette" build
44 ing, opposite the Bunk.
Chns. D. Geuiseh,
tST Hotel Street, opposlto tho
123 3m International Motel, l&t
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY,
lee delivered to all parts of the
City. Shipping supplied In quantities
to suit, Telephone, No. 68. OJlleo at
Wilder & Po.'s. 18
TIw TTii-vlmi t iiiii
irance Year Book,
THERE will ho published here in
January, 1883, n year book, an in
teresting and useful volume with the
above title. A handy hook of referenco
as well u'sn valuable book foi tho house,
hold. It will bo especially devoted to
tho tempcrunco cause, ami will bo of
much uso all tho year around. You will
bo ko) lolled to subscribe to this book,
mid can obtain further Information by
culling upoo D M. CROWLEY, I
280 Honolulu, H.L
.1. LYONS, L. J. LEVEY.
Lyons & Levey,
Auctioneers and General
Beaver Block, Queen ,st., . - Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate
and General Merchandise promptly at
Solo Agents for American and Euro,
pcan merchandise. 318
Itobcrt Lcworis ('. 3. Cooke.
LEWERS & COOKE,
(successors to Lowers & Dickson,)
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and all
kinds of Building Materials, Fort street,
ILDER & Co., Dealers in
Lumber. Paints. Oils. Nnils. Salt
and Building Materials of every kind,
cor. Fort and Queen st:., Honolulu. 1
ALLEN & ROBINSON, Dealers in
Lumber nnd all kinds of Building
Materials, Paints, Oils, Nails, etc. 71
BROWN & PHILLIPS, Practical
Plumbeia, Gas Fitters and Copper
smiths, No. 71 King St.. Honolulu.
House and Ship Job Work promptly
fcCHR. GERTZ, No. 80 Fort st.
&. importer and dealer 111 Gent's,
Ladies1 and Children's boots, shoes nud
slippers. ' 03
"I ENEHAL BLACKSMITHS.
X Hnrsu Shoeing a specialty
A llrbt-closs man being specially engaged
for that work.
Ship and Wagon work faithfully
Shop 0.1 the Esplanade, op. IIoppcr's.201
THE Hawaiian Journal, " Ko Ha
waii Pais Ai.va," owned and
edited by 'Kuwainui Bros. ; lias a
weekly edition of 3,200 copies, nud
is the best advertising medium. Of
fice, No. 0 Merchant ut. 1
THE EVILS OP PAINTING
And thoir Itemedy.
' It has been said with much truth,
too, that house painting might, with
study and ncquhement of taste, resume
its rank as 11 liberal art." J'ainteri'
Believing tho nhove to bo true, A, B
KERR has now reorganized his system
of working tho business in Honolulu.
In the tlrst place ho has secured tho scr.
vices of that celebrated urtUt, Mr. Max
Koiin. formerly of San Francisco, whose
work hi the lino of plain and decorative
pnpcr.lmnglng, frescoing, &c, is up to
the present timo unsurpassed, and on
these Ihlands has never been equalled.
For house painting jobs llrst-cla&s me
chanics only will bo employed. In
future patrons can depend upon my till,
ing every order on the moit scieutillo
bahis known to the trade.
Tho Sign Painting and Lettering de
partment will bo permanently presided
oyer hy Mr. Qeo. Sthatmeyeh, (further
P.8. Bend for designs of frescos for"
coiling null cornices, Something now;'
and if you wuut uny glass put In call at'
"Tiger" Paint Store,
3-17 ly 78 King Street. '
rpWO OFFICES TO LET, on thu sec-
JL oud Door of the building occupied
by J, W. llubortbim & Co w
w iv.vjFsSsF;i5aire '
Geo. W. Macfarlnnc. H. R. Macfarlanc.
G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MER
Fire-Proof Building, - 5S Quceu street,
Honolulu. II. I.
The Wnlknpu Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Tho Sncncer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
The Hccln Sugar Plantation, Oahu,
Huclo Sugar Mill, Maul,
Huclo Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co., Hawaii,
J. .Fowler & Co. Steam Plow and Port
able Tramway Works, Leeds,
Mirriccs. Watson & Co's Sugar Machin
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets.
Ctniii" S(rcckU. Win, O. Irntn.
WG. IRYNN & COMPANY,
Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
HHACKFBLD te GOMPANY,
General Commission Agents,
I Queen street, Honolulu. 1
AS. OLEQHOBN & GO.
Importers and Commission
Merchant's, dealers in General Merchan
dise, Queen and Kaahumanu sis., Hono
II. A. P. Curler. V. C. Jones, Jr.
C BREWER & COMPANY)
Shipping and Commission
Merchants, Queen st., Honolulu. 1
THEO. H. DAVIES & COMPANY,
Importers and Commission
Merchants; agents for Lloyd's and the
Liverpool Underwriters, British and
Foreign In. Company, and Northern
Assurance Company. 71
T"IAS fc GONSALES.
XJ No. f7 Hotel Sticet, Honolulu,
Importers and Dealer.-, in Dry and Fancy
Goods, Inlaid AVork, Embroidery,
ou occ, xc.,
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer nnd Denier in General
Merchandise, Queen st., Honolulu. 1
MS. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers of General Mer
chandise and Commission Merchants,
U S. GRINBAUM & C O. ,
-!-- Commission Merchants, 121
California street, Sau Francisco,
P T. L H N E II A N & C O .,
- Importers nnd ComuiMoii Mer
chants, Nuunnu st., Honolulu. 1
S. '. Cni-tlc. J. II. At'ierlon.
pASTL'K & COOKE,
Shipping and Commission Mcr
chants. Importers and Dealers in Gen
oral Merchandise, No. 80 King street,
WING WO CHAN & Co.,
Importers and General Dealers
In English. American nud Chinese Pro
visions, Plantation Tea and General
Supplies. Also, white and colored con
tract matting, all qualities and prices.
BQy No. 22 Nuuanu Street, opposite
Mr. Afong's. 81
s " sns
-4VfW HONOLULU HiON WORKS,
mJjJ Steam engines, sugar mills, boil
ers, coolers; iron, brass and lead cast
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. Pnrticulnrrnttention paid
to ship's bhicksmlthing. Job work exc
cutcd at short notice. 1
A. G. ELLIS,
STOCK BROKER, will buy or sell
Plantation Stock, Bonds, and
Other Marketable Securities,
Attheir market value for cash, .
210 Oince with E. P. Adams. Auct'r.
WILLIAM O. SMITir,
NO. 38 Merchant Street,
Honolulu, II. I(
Sugar Plantation, Railroad,
Telephone, nnd other Corporation Stock,
Bonds and Similar Securities Bought
nnd Sold on Commission.
Money loaned on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 1882. 214
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and -Ranges
of all kinds.
Pluuiberb' btook nnd metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
7? Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co,
Have received n largo ussortment of
Boots & Shoes
to tult nil cluibta of purchasers, 181
SB. MANN, B. S.,
TKAcrtKit or Dkawino
DnAuaitTiNO anu the Scikncm.
287 No. 180 Fort street. lm
SARAH B. PEIRCE, M. D.,
Ladies' and Children's PhysicUi.
Olllce and residence, No. 5 School street,
(between Fort and E.nma).
Otllcc hours 10:30 to 11:30 a. m.
1:1)0 to 3:30 p. m.
24!) Telephone, No. 201.
10il,i Fort street (up stairs.)
Charges lower than any other dentist
In Honolulu, whether traveling dentist
or otherwise. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Residence nud consultation rbonu
at No. 2 Kukul St., comer of Fort,
i Telephone No. 140. 59 2m,
DR. G. TROUSSEAU,
begs to notlfyhls friends that h
11.1-) lu.iiiiiiuu pi.itutu in iiouoiuiu. Keti.
donee and consulting rooms, No. 73
Punchbowl st., opposite the innkal gate
of the Queen's Hospital. Consulting
hours from tl n. 111. to 12,
Telephone No.. 103. EC
W AUSTIN WHITING,
Attorney and Counsellor nt Law.
Agent to take acknowledgments of
Kaahumanu St., Honolulu. 201
T M. MONSARRAT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Real Etntc 111 any part,of the Kiugdo
bought, sold nnd leased, on
Lgolr Documents Drawn.
No. 27 Merchant st. (Gazette Block),
100 Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Lawyer nnd Notnry'Publlc, ' -'
No. 15 Kaahumanu at,
Attorney at Law,
1G 2i Merchant street
Iranois M. Hatch,
Attorney at Law,
23 15 Kaahumanu st
Attorney nt Law,
Onice, corner of Fort nnd Merchant at.
(up stairs) ,115
William o. smith;
Attorney at Law
3 No. 30 Merchant street.
1 Richard f. Bickerton,
.1) Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Free,
holds. Olllce, No. 31 Merchant st. 1
Attomerand Counsellor nt Law, ''
Notary Public, and Agent for taking Ac
knowledgments of Instruments for the
Island of Oahu. No. 8 Kaahumanu St.,
Honolulu, . 1
General Agent for
The N. Y. Llfo Insurance Company,
The City of London Fire In. Co(liinitd
Macncnlo & Urban Safes,
Tho Celebrated Springfield Gas Machint
Gas Fixtures of Mitchell, Vance & Co." '
238 ' ' '
pHARLES T. GULICK,
NOTARY PUBLIC, : -,
Agent to take Acknowledgment! to, ,
AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. '
Olllce, in Miikeo's Block, corner Qucea
nud Kaahumanu streets, Honolulu. 21
J. WILLIAMS & Co. ,
120 Fort Street, . - Honolulu,
Portrait and Landscape
WILLIAM AULD, Agent to
trilco Acknowledgments to Con
tracts for Labor for the District of Komi
Island of Oahti, at tho ofllco of tho Houo.
lulu Waterworks, foot of Nuuanu st.
TOIIN A. HAgSINGER,
" Agent to' take Acknowledgments to
Contract for Labor. Interior'Ofllce,
Honolulu. 7 ,
uiiincso nun jinwattnn Trans
lator and Intcipreter, '
No. 48 King street, Honolulu.' 1
Translations of either of thu ultove
languages made with accuracy nnd dis
patch, and on reasonable terms. ' 200
H. BRUN8, Cooper and Ganger, " '
Wuter Tanks of any dimensions,
Cooperage, Ifo, 10 F.ort street.
Oil Casks, Slinoks and Hoop Iron con.'
&l, btuutlyun hundnud vrultj, ly
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