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MlWOSEPH STUART Isnuthorlod
" to collect nil accounts duo Titfe
Daily Bum.ktin, on nml utter this date.
Glioses receipt for the Mtnic will be sufll
Daily Bui.t.kriN Ofllcc,
Honolulu, Fell, mill, 1883.
he aila igulWiti,
"WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28, 1883.
this day's Doings.
. Mr. K. P. Adams will Soil, nt Ills,
Sales Rooin, nt 11 o'clock, lot of'
Vnlunlilc Hooks, Horses, Cnrringcs,
Special Meeting of Lodge Lc
ProjricsNo. 1LM at 7 :!!().
Onliu Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7 :30.
lU'tliel Prayer Meeting, at 7:30.
Fort St." Church, Prayer Meeting
" SL, Andrew's Cathedral, usual
services, at 7 :(!().'
the Grape vine.
It has always been a matter ef re
gret to us that grapes were not more
plentiful in this country. It has also
been a mntter of surprise. But so
many have told us that grapes arc a
failure here, that they will not grow
or come to perfection, that it is in
deed n pleasure when we find a gen
tleman who has tried the experiment
on a large scale has succeeded in
cultivating this most generous and
noble of fruits.
For over two years Mr. Herbert
has had some 3,000 vines growing at
his ranch nt Kalihi. Of these some
arc in bearing, and others rapidly
approaching that stage. He lias ex
perimented with no less than ten
varieties, and is now prepared to
give the value of his experience to
those who, like himself, are. ardent
vini-culturists. As it is more a mat
ter of enthusiasm than profit with
him he does not ask any one, buying
those vines that he has left over to
select from, to paj' more than the
original cost mid subsequent ex
panses. This liberality on his part should
induce all to try. Wc well remem
ber the beauteous sight in the sum
mer lands of the South of cottages
covered with the trailing vine and"
bearing rich luxuriant clusters of
luscious fruit. It docs not require
a large quantity of ground. There
fore almost every house in Honolulu
could be covered with-grapes in the
season, if their owners choose. "Mr.
Herbert gives the following simple
directions: "Dig a hole 3 feet
square and 3 feet deep. Leave two
buds of the stem out of the ground.
Fill with decomposed manure and
good, light loam. Take special care
that the soil is not too hot."
WeDSKSIJAT, FEBHUAltr 21.
5"L. S. P. GulettvsH. S. Trcgloan,
continued from 14th. Continued to
23rd. T. .Graham vs J. B. Silva,
action on Promissory note balance
with interest 8151. No appearance
for defendant. Judgment for plain
tiff for $131, and attorney 811.23,
cost 83.35. T. Brown vs J. R. Silva,
action on Promissory note for $100.
Judgment for plaintiff 8100, interest
$10, attorney 81,0,23, cost 83.23.
P. Milton, vs J. R. Silva, action
on Promissory note balance and in
tercbt $1-10. Judgment for plaintiff
for 8M0 attorney 81.00, cost 83.35.
W. E. Foster, vs J. B. Silloway,
action of assumpsit for 846. Gl.
Judgment confessed for $46.61, cost
F. T. Lenchan, vs G. Goldstein,
action of assumpsit for 872.90, sct
tlcri out of com t, cost $2.
Louis Kuntzc,'vs Oding, continued
from ,16th, continued to 23d.
t J. F Colbuni, vs F. Wundcnberat,
nctioii of assumpsit for 81CG.92,
continued by consent to 23d'
V. Fernandez vs A. Sherry, action
of assumpsit for $'4.50. Judgment
was given for1 defendant, cost 8 4. GO,
an appcfll'was noted.
Tenovid, vs W. Brown, action in
judgment for $38.25, continued to
J. Goldstein, vs J. B, Grnst, ac
tion of assumpsit for $41.50, con
tinued to 7th of March.
C. E. Williams, vs J. Goldstein,
action of assumpsit for $71. Gl, con
tinued to 28th.
H. Mncfarhuie, vs Puu and Ka
peln, deserting contract service, act
. tied out of com t, cost 82.
FitinAV, Fkiikuaiiy 23.
G. II. and S. 13. Dole vs N. Peiry,
action of ubsummit for $70.87; dis
continuance filed; cosh) $2.
L, S. P. Gulott vs H. S. Trcgloan;
continued from 21st; Judgment for
plaintiff 500, attotnoy 1&50, costs
$3.00, Appeal "noted to Intermediary
W, Kuntzo vs Ocding; continued
from 31ot; action in curej'Dainugos
$50; Judgment for plaintiff damages
$20 and 5.70 costs.
Jt T. Colburn vs F. Wundcubcrg;
continued from 21st to March Oth,
S. II. Makonalua rs Taikmt, ct
al, action of Trespass; damnges $50.
continued to 20th,
,D. Farrcl, drunk, fined, 85 and $1
Satuiioay. Fr.nuiMitT 21.
Tcnoria vs "W. Blown continued
f i oin 21st defendant alldwod to
amend on payment of costs )2 Judg
ment for plan tiff $38.25 interest
SS.G0 cosis $;).S0 appeal noted.
McKco Sugar Co vs Chung Cliong
deserting contract service continued
to march 1st.
J. Williams, drunk, lined $5 and
81 costs; Kulanui, chunk, forfeited
86 bail ; L. Giilctt, assault and bat
tery, found guilty imhI fined $13 and
$1.40 costs; Knlawa'i., assault and
battery, found guilty and sentenced
to 6 months'' imprisonment at hard
labor and costs S3.
The Liholiho brought 1,737 bags
of sugar and 64 bbls. of molasses ;
the Kckauluohi 200 bags of paddy,
and the Moi Kcilu, 55 bags and 160
The bark nope, Capt. Pcnhallow,
will sail for the Sound on Saturday,
The Malolo brought 2,121 bags of
The D. C. Murray and Eureka will
sail at 11 o'clock this morning.
The C. R. Bishop brought a mail
with her. She is 11 days from San
The J. D. . Sprcckcls goes on
Thursday with tho Consuclo to
Tin: s.s. Ehrcnfels was to leave
in the middle of February from
Bremen with a number of immi
grants for this port.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
The Iwalani is reported as passing
Lahaina at 10:25 p.m., with the
Likclikc 6 miles astern, and arriving
at Maalaca nt 12 :45 a.m.
Yi:sti:rday quite a drove of mules
passed along Queen street. Tiicy
created an awful dust and commo
tion. It is said that there is a division
of opinion in the Ministry. The
Hawaiian on one side and the'
foreigner on the other. Is it so'?
We beg to acknowledge the re
ceipt of full files of California, and
other papers from Messrs. J. W.
Robertson & Co. by the last two
"VVi: learn that Comte do Lonviercs
goes to his new position at Sydney
by the March steamer, the Zcaian
dia. Wc shall all be very sorry to
To-day Mr. Adams will sell by
auction the "nluable collection of
books belonging to Mr. Glade, as
also other things. These arc well
According to latest reports about
28,000 bags of Hawaiian sugar have
been bold in New York at ordinary
market value of the day calculated
on tho basis of the Cuban standard.
Tub Coronation Lottery will take
place on Saturday next, at the Bea
ver Saloon. Wc arc requested to
say that only n few prize tickets are
left, the blanks arc all sold !
Where was the laser's luau re
porter that he did not sec one in
toxicated or somi-intoxicatcd person
there? A fiiend suggests that he
was possibly "that way himself."
Yi:sti:iu)AY tho bulletin board of
tho Pc Aiiia contained a list of
the coronation expenses as planned
by tho Coronation committee. It
ports up to a total of 30,000. But
it is well known that this amount
has been vastly exceeded.
As will bo Hccn by our advertising:
columns W. T. MacDonald announ
ces tho whereabouts of his Dime
Package Express oificc. An arrange
ment of this kind is a great con
venience to the public who, wo aro
sure, will greatly appreciate it.
It is quito a custom now to find
from 1 to 10 espressos tied upon tho
makai side of School sticct between
Liliha street and Nuuanu Avenue.
TI103' aro loft thero tho gicatest pait
of tho night without drivois, greatly
to the annoyance aid ipconvonieiice
of Other people.
Tin: Jfaml'ortfttn has of latebpen
employing its pet paragraphist to
search through its Webster Uu
abi idged for a few of those choice
epithets of Billingsgate, vitupera
tion, and slander, for which its name
is a by-word in this city. Its only
result is, Uowcver, to uiuko its odor
Tnoro offensive to tho' nostrils of
good men. xA
"Wii have been shown some cir
culars of Lcland's Liltlo Giant Hay
Hook. It seems really a wonder
fully simple device for doing the
work intended, but so fnr as wc can
,sec,,of no use in this country, unless,
a modification could be introduced
for cane or trash.
Ox Monday n Chinaman was seen
driving n large double dray loaded
with about a cord of firewood along
where Fort street is being rc-mndd, '
One horse only was attached to the
ilFny; and the poor ntiiinal could"
hardly move the load, being only in
duced to do so by. repeated blows of
the whip. On liic oilier side of the
road a native policeman was stand
ing looking on.
Monday was the fifth anniversary
of Judge Biekcrton's mai ringe, and
his friends invaded his house in the
evening, and taking chin go of every
thing instituted the regular proceed
ings of the wooden wedding. Danc
ing was kept up till after 1 Aim.,
and the enjoyment was keen. The
affair was splendidly got up, and the
more credit to those who arranged
it, for they did not even allow a hint
to reach the cars of the Judgo or his
Latest Foreign News. ,
The Ohio Valley has been flooded.
The river has risen 65 feet. Many
have been drowned or rendered
homeless. Great distress is raging
along the river. Richard Wagner,
the eminent composer of the new
school of music, died at Venice on
Feb. 13th The Brakeinan is held
for trial for the, Tchachapi disaster.
The Crown has accepted the evi
dence of another informer who will
identify "tho actual murderers of
Cavendish and Bipkc.
A. F. & A. n. Xo. 124.
A SPECIAL MEETING of Lodge Le
Progres do l'Occnnic will be held
This Wednesday Evening,
Feb. 28th, at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting'Brcthrcn are coidirdly Invit
ed to attend. 3rd Degree,
336 It F. MARCOS, Soc'y.
Xnlownlc ! t
HE PULIMA. mo ko F,i)ii Pulima pu
no. E hoiho'nao ka men c.loaa ai
ma kn Ilalckuai o Dilinnlinma ma, a c
lona no ka mnknnn.
WJll take place on
March Old, al Hie
BeaArer Saloon, Fort Street.
CSTOnly a fw Prize Tickets left,
to be hud at
XrU. A. HERBERT having received
lTi somc.cholco varieties F , ,
Vines from California,'
is now nb!o to supply Uicm in quantities
to suit to those who would wish to try
the experiment. If any are doubtful of
the success of it they should go out and
see hls'Rauch at Kalihi. .,
330 tffr Address P. Ot,Pox 41. '"
EST IIAlli2 u
Onice, No. 07 Hotel street.
All kinds.of Baggage and Pniccls de
livcied in'nll parts of the city with dii
patch. Having a ' '
I ntn prepared io haul 'SAND and other
inaimul, and maKo or repair loot
patliM, cither by load, day, or
I, ( e contract. r . n
Stand at 'Ramsay's' feloro, King street.
"W. D. MicDoNAU),1' : Proprietor.
sap Olllco hours 0 a.m. to 0 p.m.
BY thcundcrMgncd, EMPLOYMENT
as accountant. Town or country.
To be found nt tho Oillco of J. I. Dow
sett, Queen hticct. 334
I ENGINEER and Practical Mechanic,
1 now In charge of one of tho largest
sugar mills of tho Kingdom, dc-ltcs to
make a chuugo with a view of lindlng
plcaPiint hurioundings for wife and
young win (now in the U. S.) Best of
'Honolulu ami other icfercucus and tes
timonhilH. Addicss "Enoinluii," Daily
BUIJ.BU.V Olllce. 328 !3w
A RESPECTABLE WOMAN uho
understands childieu, and a good
beaniblics. for a private family.
Apply to J. E. WlbEMAN,
Uciicial BiibincHK Agency,
331 lw 37 Mcichunl street.
ANYONE having a copy of J. Vf
Kiimvaht's "Form Book" to dis
pone of, w ill Had a purcluibtr by bending
OUl lO", . ! IM I I ' ,, 1
Uoy tf j,,'Wo'ttw'inMttt Cu, ,
DILLINGHAM & CS.'Sf9 Y 1
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
IIowc'm Stnmlnrd HcnlcM, endorsed by the United Stntos
Government1. Scales for all purposes. Dormant
, "Wnichouse Scales, &c, &c.
A now ami circfully selected assortment of
CUiuulelllerw, iCtuiipH, nntl JmioriiM.
Carriage Lamps of most approved American patterns.
Flows and Agricultural Impl'ents
The largebt variety to lie found
on the Islands.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
Tho Magncso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Cises and Bo.id Case. '
At a test of thu lire proof uu.illUps or tho Mngneso-CnlcUq, held on the wind-lot
near the City Hall, San Francisco, Nov. 27lh, a rillc'15rnbflit"aofa''orp"lt?li:pln''
wpod.vwis piciured, and,llvo gallons of tar poured over lu Aismnll,lron clicst, with
a l?f lhch lining of Mngncso-cnlcllc was placed in the centre of the pile and the
mabs sctlhoto. After tho chest had been kept at a red heat for an hour, it wan
'takomfromthe fire, cooled with water, anil opened, and the contents, consisting of
papers and circular, weic found in a perfect state of preservation, being not at nil
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
"We, the undersigned, wore present nt the above test, and saw, the box opened.
nndrwc certify to the perfect preservation, of its contcn( The entire test wns.per.
fcclly satisfactory to us. 11. L. Donoi:, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. H. Ljltok.
and others. '
A public tost ol tho quality of theso goods will bo made at an early date.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
"Bctwccnjtlic HnwnllAn Islands and the United States, and
botween tho Hawaiian Islnnds and
Real Estate Broker, EmployTnent Ageut and General n
Office, 27'Mcrchant street, Hawaiian Gazelle Block.
Thcjonly recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and piopcrty for bale in all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands
Houses to Icinc and rent in Honolulu and suburbs. , , ,( j w
Rooms io rent, en buito or single, throughout Honolulu.
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
This Day, Wecliiesclay,
Feb. 23th, at 11 a. m., at
Horses & Carriages.
By older of J. C. Glade, Esq., I will sell
(by catalogue), his large collection of
In German, English and French.
r and at 12 noon.
rnE WELL-KNOWN MARES
" Bessie," anil ' Nettie'
and the well-known
Saddle Horse "Nanan,"
Sets Singlo narncss
40 Chickens, 12 Ducks, 2 Geeso.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
IN accoidancc with an older made by
Hon. B. II. Austin, Justice of the
Supreme Court, sitting in Probate, the
Sell at Public Auction,
On the picniiscs,
At the Residoneeol, tho. late C. T. Dillingham
JTho fol)owjn'g piopcrty, ' '"
tlic l,4)h,day of Match, ip83:
A BEAUTIFUL HOME,
Piopcrty of the late C.T. Dillingham,
adjoining the propcily of Dr. J. M.
Whitney on tho north and of JJ. P. D1U
linghnm on the south. Si.e of lot
150 ft. front and 225 ft. deep,
"Well fenced, and1 wntcr'lild on
from Government pipes..
The Dwelling House1
contains bevcu room?, besides bath
roomtipantry and kitchen.
There arc good Ont-Buildlngs consist
Ing of servants' house, 'carriago
liousc, stalls for 2 horses, feed room,
tool room, harness loom.&c.
The Buildings are all nearly new, and In,
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Title in Fee Simple.
House Furniture to be sold consists ef
1 Bedroom set,
1 Iron single bedstead,
1 Lounge, 1 Cano Sofa, i
2 Black walnut Rockers,
Black walnut cane scat chairs,
2 Children's rockors,
1 Centre table, mnrblo top,
I Small tabic, marble top,
1 Extension diniug tablo, b.w. ' '
1 ii-light chandelier,
1 Dining room lamp,
1 Chest of drawors,
Lot of pictures,
Lot of "New Q'rockeryware,
1 Stove, 1 Bath tub,
1 Canal Bnriow,
1 Lot of Tools,
1 Can in ge Marc,
1 Buddie Mine,
1 Set of Harness,
1 Saddle and Hiidlc.
B. F, DILLINGHAM,
S. L. DILLINGHAM,
Administrator of thu Etato of
C.T Dillingham, dcccated.
i (' E.iP, AiUMb, Auctioneer
Honolulu. Feb. ;, ISM. ' 1W1
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A FEW GENTLEMEN can bo nccom.
XX moduted with Board at a private
House, in respectable ueighborJiood,
and 'within 5 minutes of thVPost Officii
lor particular apply, at tho JJuli.ktin
0'c"- ' " ,t"-310 1m
jjmJk STRANGEnSrwiirflnd a
fkaBKnHRble Home' l(
at 1W Nuuanu Avenue. Rooms furnish,
cd singlo or suite, at moderate charges.
"0 0m 31 RS. J. T. )VlflTJ5' i
n CSS'" A fine selection of Lndics'Satm
Corsets can bo had nt thu Honolulu
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