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MW JOSEPH STUART IsauthoiUcd
f to collect nil accounts due The
DaIi.y 15i'i.fiMiNto and after thls'datc,
who-e ucclpt for the khihc will bo Mifll
Honolulu, Feb. llllli, 188't.
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- MONDAY, FEU. 20, 1880.
' THIS DAY'3 DOINGB.
. Coronation Races at Knptolnhi
Pal lint l'p.,ln.
lliiunon.v Lodge, I.O.O.F. 7:.S0
.Adjourned Mcctins of Shnrohulil
im of Knpiolaiii Pink Association, it
Ainiory, t 7:110i
' ' THE LUAU
bcgaii'on Satuulny nt between 12.30
and 1 p.m. The jjntcsof the Palace
had been thrown open a long while
bcfoio1 hhd' many had gone ill.
The hiiin was spread on tables and
arranged under the marquee between
the amphitheatre aud the Palace and
chairs were used, htiolc fashion,
ikautif ul,flowcrs decorated the tables
.Tho other decorations looked rather
beauty when seen by thiyfimc. A
number of fcreigncrs were there and
were accomodated with seats in Abe
remaining portion of the amphithea
tre. His Majesty and suit were
dressed in white uniforms. Some of
the diplomatic aud consular corpse
were present, some were not. 'His
Majesty sat on the mauka side of
the mauka, tabic and opposite and
around him were his btaff and the
ministry. Many of tho Viands were
in mole style.
rThc guests did.ndt all sit down to
table at once, as there were too
many probably 400 ,or 500 sat
down at llrst. At 1 p.m. there were
about 1,200 people in tho. ground,
including those sitting down" nt
table. The Band played beautiful
music durine the feast. The 'wholei
arrangement) reflects credit on the
manager, Mr. J. A. Cummins, mauyt
of whose good intentions were, how
ever, frustrated by the incompetence
and malevolence of the superinten
dent of invitations, who again
offended many of our best people
by not attending to his plain duties.
After the luatt, the hulahula began
and was kept up till 11 :J'0 p.m. The
crowd at it was enormous, being pro
bably nearly 1 0,000. Many-disturb
imccs were created by"1 drunken sol-
WRECK OF THE POMAEE.
Capt. Drew reports that onSuu-
day afternoon, about 8:80, the cable,
, parted and &he backed into thc.rqef.
It was too perpendicular for tier to
lay on it, but blic bumped on it,
Hinashing in her sides considerably.
Then she went over on her beam!
ends and lay. In this position the
rigging was cut and tlic piasts were!
.pulled out of her. She then)
rhrh'led. She is now a total wreck,,
and will be hauled up as far
'iisj possible t on tho beach aud'
blown iip'to get her out of the road.i
..She had on board at the time 2800,
sacks of sugar which ,was fully in
sured. The Pomare was a Hawaiian
brig. Cnptniiij Drew desires to re
turn, thanks on behalf of himself
ollicer's'fliid crew lo the people nt1
Knhului especially to Mr. Plato
fori their unremitting kindness and.
.attention in our, columns. Wpiare.
nic glad to make note of such praise
worthy acts. Since then wc learn
that Uic vessel ' was sold at miction
for $225 and th6 sugar for 821. The
Hurf rwas the heaviest ever known in'
Knhului. Some of 'the sugar was
not insured. ,.
Tlic following vessels arc expected ;
-Steamer Suez, from San Francisco
March 8th ; Hark Eleanor Vernon,
from New York March 4th; Bark
Matia K. Smith, fiom .Sound' over
due ; Hal k Kitsap, from Sound March
15th; lhuk Lady Lampson, fom
San Francisco March fltli ; Shij)
'Otngo, fiom Sound March 5tli;
Schooner I'aunopia fiom Huinboldt,
February 27th ; and Steamer 'VI 11.
Jlihhop, from San Frmiciseo,- duo j
and thu bark Jubilee, fiom JJtyjw
castlo, is fully due.
'J'ho Likeliko yesterday brduglit
o7-i7 bugs of biigar. - t . ,
The schr Anna sailed yesterday
for San Francisco,
The "stair', Kilaucit Hoi brpught
,850'bags Ujd,5d kegs' ',sjlignvu;fl 50
Sprockets' new bgtnc, the Schna,
arrived yesterday on her fiist trip
days from San FranclBcio.
The BtmrLolnm brought 1074 bags
The schr Wailctc brought 1228
bags sugar. , , , ,
The baik Eureka sails lb-morrow
for SanH FraiiciscomitMhtr DC.'1
Murray on the following day. The
J. C. Ford also expects to get away
some day this week.
The Mokolii brought 053 Jiags
rice, the Nettie Merrill G06 bags of
sugar,, and tho Kaula-350 bags sugar
39' bags rice atid 30 bbls.' molasses.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Missus. Ilackfcld & Co. offer for
sale some flue horses and mules, (o
nrrivc per. Discovery. Sec advertise
ment. , --.
It is now'cobsider'cd tliat'to be of
tlic best class here it is only neces
sary not to liavc received an in vita
tion from the Lord High
Amojst all tho l'aces horse
races, boat races, &c.', ifor the
Coronation festivities, the Hawaiian
race is the one taken Icrtst notice of.
Liunx Btrcct, at its junclion with
School street and mnkai of that, is
in a frightful' cohdition. A single
horse can hardly pull an empty ex
press through it.
We hear that a summons claim
ing 8200' damages for taking away
Messrs Kawainui Bro's. rbjilletin
board is -about to issue against
Marshal Paikc. '
A plan of tho new steamer jiow
building for the Oceanic Co.,; may
be seen at Irwiu & Co's. It b1ioys
the whole deck and also tho cabin
The new hydrant for the yratpr
works was put into place on Satur
day in front of Messrs E.- O. 'Hal
&, Sons oilj King Street. In the
afternoon its usefulness Was tested
iby the firemen, and found extremely
'satisfactory. . r
t. Mn. H. J. Agricw who recently
went to San Francisco1 writes to a
friend from there that' he is bringing
down all kinds of hay and grain
suitable for thomarketJ7 He has no
less than 12 vessels arranged to briiig
down part of this assortments '-'Some
arc loading now and will arri;c short
ly. Mi". Agnew is, going to try nd
inako n boomiintthe feed business.
Hope, vs. Despatk..
Editor Hulletis: There is ho
knowledge in political life so preci
ous as an insight into the causes of
success, and when we arc vouch
safed an oracular glimpse by a mas
ter on the art, we gladly sit at his
feet while the precious talisman is
unfolded to, our wondering sense.
,In the JP.C.A. of thcj 20th i'nst. we
have isuchi a deliverance, and tho
reasons why the present Ministry
find favor in the ,eyes of tlieHuativc
i people. Thev are' the' vanguard of
the party' of Hope,, as distinguished!
from those whom they 'have displac
ed, and what is termed their policy
of Despair. Hence it is''nfgucd',It,
cannot tie wonuercu at tiiai niey
j'( t)ic, native people), have readily in-
.ciineuiiiucir nearia aim given men-'
voices' to a policy that was based
'upon hopefulness and the contiuu-
juicjof JJie Jlajwaiian peppjaand
tneir, independence, t
We do not believe, any mftn'-.orl
party seeking election or otherwise'
w'ould play the 'part of tiibta'croakirs
to dishearten the people. Hut arei
the facts in connection with the
numerical decline of the race, and
their present condition and prospects
uik-.1i no tn luctiir lliolv frlpilfla in'
lulling them into a false'Hope with'
no wora oi caution as w puysicui
conditions? There is tho earnest
caution, even alarm, of the friend
who BC'csi our .danger ami Hs hbnest
enough to put thu mutter in plain, if
blunt words, for our good; and
there is the seemiiiff friend who tells
tlic flattering talc of hope that is 'not
the outcome of lioncst conviction;
who speaks peace when tlicre, is
Tho independence of Hawaii wns
agreed upon by England and France,
and tho then infant nation, the
United States of America, for doubt
less several reasons, ppcvas truly
that the1 founder of the Kingdom
"halt1 shcWh n relidy -disposition to
assimilate with the order pf civiliza
tion," aiu for the ftuther reason
that thcbforcsald powers 'wore Jeal
ous of each other. Tho great navi
gator wjio made those islands
known to the world nnd ingloriously
ended, his career in Hawaii, igavu to
England, .New Holland and New
Zealand) moi'o "territory than silo
then kiiQwhat to dp with. The
iiniiortnuce of these islands. arc no
ityutty vasj tasihc(nien wipspoH-'
Item hock m viKW tousiaia ju
fthngnifying their importance to n
nativo population, .who, by an tin-
natural law, are doomed to .a scolu-
4!.i.. !.! ..J!..l l.llt- l..i. ..
hiuh on-iuvir ii.iuviMiuia uihl iru
vents judgment being form
al by comparison. But this is
doubtless a poitiou.of ,thc policy or
'Hope' tnat secures
i I ' . . . . 17
pliysical.cxislcnce," at least,. for-the
The policy that moulded this llttje
nation in its infancy and infused
.Yigofinto its physical system was n
"- i..a .-.! UM I u .1 Hill iniinll nlA
The moral and political were strong
ly blended, anil whenever the ro
mance of early Hawaiian history
"slialPbo wiiitcn its ttlstrc will be
brightest when dealing with two
snecios of civilization: tho early
one, in which the people just emerg
ing from barbarism engaged under
the leadership of noble honest nicn
in the 'work! of self conquest,' or"
what threatens to he the later one
in which political eharalatansitn will
lead on a simple, and credulous peo
ple to sacrifice their self-respect to a
tawdi'yidlsnlay of gewgaws. ,
This littl'o ' Kingdom is just now
being written about and advertised
cheaply, and tf silly, doings can
vassed by tlic world' in a" most vtui
cnvinblo manner. Wc have drawn at
tcntion'to ourselves at a most inop
portune time. What can be said of
a man passing, the lint" for a Joan j
with every evidence of Impccuniosity
nd; thq ,sanio r jijomontj " jWtihg) a
vast sum in purchasing, what? It
may be summed up in a word Ridi
cule. Wc laugh at Goldsmith when
Sam. Johnson IcnFliim a small sura,
insisting upon then treating him to
a bottle of wine. But Goldsmith
got his loan first 1 But what of all
this jf the goodly remnant holding
in their, hands the chief political in
fluence can be deluded into Hope
byia political magician. ,
The Nations havo no designs upon
Hawaii. Their wish.isj that tho Na
tive race may flouiish aud that the
centufj- of civilization which they
have bestowed upon" them at tho cost
of millions of treasure aud many
valuable,. lives, may leave evidences
thatithey(arc capable of) maintaining
"the great political privileges ac
corded by foreign powers to the
Hawaiian chief and'hispeople." , p
TVYthc undersigned, EMPLOYMENT
XJ as accountant. Town or country.
rTo,bc found.at the Offico of J. I.,Dow
'selt, Queen street. 334
AN' ADJOUKNEI) MEETING, of
the Shareholders of Kapiolanl
Park Association will be h'jldi
' ThiH Monday Evening, '
Feb. 2Cth, at 7:30 pm.,
at the Armory, for the purpose of hear,
ing report of Committee on Revision of
334 It ,.,.,,, Sco'yK.P. A.
. , liOMt.
ACUPF, with Coral Cull' Button in
samov lTho finder 'w ill please re
turn Ramb to.piLLINQHAJI & Co., and
rcccivo roward. y , 333 lw
ON-Thurfcday night, at the Social, at
Fort Street Church Vestry, a SILK
UMBRELLA "Will the person who has
tn Ken) it by mistake, kindly leturn the
sninci'to''. , ,.
338 If. , J. T. AVATERHOUSEj-'Jr.
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A SMALL BLACK AND TAN TER.
1UER DOG, answers to the name
of " Duke." Anyoiio returning same to
S. J. Llvey '& Co.. Fort Muct, will bo
Ubondly rewarded. ' ' 829 lw
'An American, '"
ENGINEER and'Proctlcal Mechanic,
' ii6wi)iichargt of oue. ofitlie.loi'gest
(8ugar,iijUs,of' Uip, Kingdom,, djslres to
make a change with a view of liiifllng
'pleasant siirrojindlnits' for vifc nnd
'vounc son' (nowin tho U. S.) Best of
Honolululand other references audites
jtimoniuls. Address "Ehoineku, Daii-y
Bulletin Omce, 336 2w
A RESPECTABLE WOMAN who
understands children) nnd a good
(Seamstress,, for a. private family.,
Apply to J. J5. AVI8EM ANt
i Genera) Business Agency,
831 lw 87 Merchant street.
ANYONE having a copy of J. W
Kauwahl'i "FoimBook" to dis
pose of, will find n'purchascr by bending
word to '
803 tf ' Ji W. Rodeiitson & Co.
The Lease of the Store and Dwelling (touto
Heietoforo occupied by Chung Taa.
Lease expires pn Jiiutmry lbt, 1880.
Rent $800 per aimum. -APF1 ,0
J, W, HACKFKtyU aud M, Giuchn,
831 lw Assignees Estat'cof Chung Fau.
JUT BJEOEIVED !
To be told very cheap, at
t i .. - t i i . . .i ,
' lOiVwrnr'01'" '-825
JLIoito'h Standard HcnleH, endorsed by the United, States
Government. Scales for nil purposes. Dormant
, me- "- TTfA;M, y,.L;'"o-Tjr'"T.y"T.y-'. "" -"t
IlllltllUlir'UUVIIi, VV. IVVi.
Anew nmlcnrcfully clcctod nsslnicnl)ofT'rj
UnrritiL'o liimiisof most nnnrovcu
ows and Agricultural Impl'ents
i Tuo largest variety Jo lc(lopnu-.
on tlic Islands.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
"WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,' ' t ,
TLe MagsuesorOalciie Fire '!Proof- Safes,
Jewel Cases nrid Bond jCrsc.v ,
At n test of tlio Arc proof qualities of !the-Mnfpico-Clclte,lieM on4h-sMMot
near the City Hall,, SanFrancitcp, loir.J27llvoiillpqtBlQUt41cord ot;rtchjlim
wood Was pre'p.itcd', nnd nve gallons oHar poured bypr it. A'small iron 'elicit, with
a 1 inch lining of Magncso-ealcltc was plat-ed1in'tlie' centre of the pile nnd 'the
mass sct'Hre'to. After the chest had been kept at aired heat for nn hour,' it wife
taken from the fire, cooled with water, !iflopcued,-iudthc contents, consisting. of
papers and circulars, were found in a pcrfect;Htatovof preservation, being pot nt,nll
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a trilling smell of 'smoke. ' ' ',
K ,We, tho undcnlgnoil, wUtciprfe-ie'nt' at tlid above tcstJ'aWd'saw the b6k 'opened ',
and wre certify to tlic perfect preservation of 'Us contents. The! oiitlro'tcM' wnk per
fectly satisfactory to us. H. L. Dodok, (of DodgOj 8vceney&,Co.) j C..H.'Laton
and others. , . , ' , . , ,.
A public lest olth9 quality oltheie goods will be niadefttn early date. ,
Bfctwcen;thc Hawaiian Islands'nnd tho'UnltW SWUfsand' '' ' "'f
between the HawnilBnTslahds'hnd''1" ' ' " ' i'"K,"iw
, , -...- 'if' J: 12' i. ' 1" ' ' "'null
Heal Estate Broker, Employment Ageiit and General1':
, j '- J''0 ' I' "' I'M..!
BusinesB Agent, . ,., ,.,,.. .,
Office, 27 Mei chant street; ' -. r. . Hawaiian' Ghzetlo Block; '.i
" The only recognized Real Estate BrbTccr in the Kingdom'.1 'i '"
Lnnd nnd pippcrty for snlo in all parts of Honoiul'u'nrfd the Various island's. "" " '1
Housed 10 lciiobhiiuVent'inJIonBfulu nnd siibiirbs. ' i " '" ' '" ' "
Rooms lorcnt, en siiltc orMnglct''throughoutHonolulu. ' uti'i -r i- nun
Auction Salep by E.P; Adams
IiN-acCOrdaucor with: PH order made by
. Hon. B. H. Austin, Justice of tho
Supreme Cburt, sitting iniProbnto, th6
undersigned will c i'n.sa1
, Sell at;Pulllc Auction,
On tird'premises, !
At the Reldence.ot the late C. T. Dillingham
The following property, ,
the 14th day of March 1883 :'
Property oft tliov late C. T. piHlngham,
situate on , j,
- COLLEGE AVENUE,
adjoining tho property of Dr. J.M.
Whitney on the northnntLof33. F.JJil
llngham on the south.. Size of lot '
150 ft. front and 225 ft. deep,
Well fence'd, nnd 'water laid on
from Government pipes.
The Dwelling House.
contains feven rooms, ,beldcs bath
room', pantry and kitchens
There are good Out-Buildings consist
ing of Ec'rvants' house; carriage
house, stalls for 2 horses; fecdrbonr,
tool room, harne'ss room, &c ' i
all nearly new, and' in
nouse Eurulturcjo besoIdconBlsU jf
1 Bedrooin.bct, ? "
lilron single bedstead, ,
1 Lounge, 1 Cape Sofa,,
i 2 Black walnut Bookers,- , . ,
Black, w'almtt cane beat chairs, ,
5 Children'H rocker.-, t ,
1 Cent i e table, mnrblo top,
1 Small table, marble top, ,. .,
1 Extension dining table, b.w. .,
l,3-ligltjolpmdelicr, , , ,,
1 Dining roqm.jamp",
1 Chest of drawers,
Lot of pictures.,.
Lot of New Crockeryware,
. iiStoyo,'l Bath tub,.i i .r i
1 Canal Barrow, J vl "' " 'l l"
Riibbcr'Hoso, ' ' ' ' T
1 Carriage Mare, ,j
1 Saddle Mure, ,.
1 Phaeton, ' 4
1 But oftHarnossj , ...,.
1 Saddle ahdTlrfdlc. ,iU '
, 'imrf.ft DILLlNaHAM,1..r
. j. l.ma -.gj DILLlNGHAMJ,ti
Administrators of tho Estate of
C, T, Dlljiiigham, deceased.
E. P. Auams, Auctioneer
Honolulu, Feb. 22, 1883. ' 831
HORSES & MULES
10 AllltlVEnY TI1E11KTNK "DSlCOVKllY, '
4 Fine Driving & Saddle 'Horses
33 fine Mules, 3 to 8 yrs. ofd.
tarThe block-wlU bo kept at
W. II, Sharratl'iJ 901'pil. 1 ,
Apply to ARNOLD &SHERER,,
y r f . trn -' t."'
Honolulu, Feb. 24, 1883.
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A FEW GENTLEMEN'can bbhecom.
inodatcd with Board at a prlvato
JLi, BTRANGERS will And a
at 118 Nuuanu Avenbo! Rooms furnish,
cd single or suitp, at moderato charges. .
800 Cm U$f J, Tf WHITE
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EST A flno' selection of 'Ladies' ' Satin
Corsets caur-bcf bad nt the. (Honolulu
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