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MR. JOSEPH STUAUT Isnulhoricd
to collect nil accounts duo The
Daily I1ui.lv.tin, on nnd nftcr Ihls dale,
w)ioo lecclpt for the same w 111 1 o sulll.
Daily Bulletin Ofllcc,
Honolulu, Kelt. 11)1 li, 1883.
FRIDAY, aiAKCII 2, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Ladies' 'Prayer Meeting nt Fori St.
Clnircli, nt 11 o'clock.
Regular Meeting of II. L. nnd 11.
E. A. nt 7 :().
, iMusienl Society, Practice, 7:!10.
Improved Older of Red Men, nt
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. nt
' Polynesian Encampment, nt 7 :30.
"" Hoys' Reading Room Association,
" i A ROAD OBSTRUCTION.
. W.c liavc Bcvcrnl times lntcly no
ticed in these columns the fnct that
King street has been obstructed by
old lumber being left on it, in front
of the Chinef-C wash-houses. On en
quiry wo find that this wood is there
used to light and keep up the neces
sary fires; and that it is left there
on the road because there aic no
means of getting it anywhere else. It
,cannot be unloaded off the road be
side the buildings because no vehicle
can get tuerc, ns tilings arc ni
The Chinese, thcicforc, arc not to
blame for this obstruction. Who,
then, is? may be asked. We an
swer: the Minister of the Interior.
The law provided that these wash
houses should be segregated and
kept out of the city. The place for
them was chosen by the Govern-
ment and not by their tenants. The
tenants require this wood, and the
Government ought to have provided
them a means to get it without in
conveniencing the rest of the public.
This could easily be done by a
road leading from King street. up
along the rear of the buildings. It
need not be very long or very ex
pensive, just enough to allow this
wood to be caitcd there and no
moie. This would relieve King
street of the obstruction nnd greatly
add to the washermen's convenience.
It may be said that there is no
money for this. If we arc credibly
informed the Government is now
making out of those wash-house
rents nioru than three times as much
as anybody else would give for the
land, and not only that but the rents
hac more than paid for the build
ings and arc yielding n heavy profit.
Take some of this money then and
expend it for the benefit of those
from whom it is unrighteously ex
torted. Police Court
"Wj:i)Xj:siuy, FnnnuAiiY 2S.
C. E. Williams vs. .T. Goldstein,
continued by consent to 7th March.
A,,Siuclair vs. G. Taylor (Brown &
Phillips, garnishees), action of as
sumpsit for $25; caso partially
heard; continued for 2 weeks until
14th. P. Molnerny ys. R. Wallace
(W. G. Irwin & Co., garnishees,)
action of assumpsit for 814; no ap
pearance for defendant; judgment
for plaintiff 14 and i costs. J. U.
Kuwninui vs. W. C. Parke, action
for WOO damages, continued by
consent to 2nd. Hart Bros. vs. F.
II. Ooding, action of assumpsit for
831.50; defendant confesses judg
ment; for $10 and costs S3. J. W.
Girivin vs. H. Bryant, bnlnuco of
account, $114; defendant confebsea
isW' judgment for114; attorney $20.05,
-st'v costs '' S. II. Maknnahoa vs.
Taikuu, et ul continued fiom 23id.
Action for ticsjinBS, damages $50.
This action seemed to bo brought to
get money out of tho defendants,
still they had trespassed. Judgment
was therefore given for plaintiff for
(i5 damages, and $4.05 costs,
ClIIMIXAL CAI.ENDAIt. ,
TlIUKSDAY, MaKCH 1.
Kealoha and 1). Kaulili, drunk,
forfeited $0 bail each. Williams,
drunk, fined $5 and $1 cobts. 'W,
Woolbam. rcraandcihfrom ' itftlijCjl
l. .asU- - ATM3W' i. ,., TKift.
. 'f -
remanded to tfid. G. A, Carter,
nsbault and battery, pica of not
guilty, lcmnnded until Xntl lust, nt
request of defendant.
E HIPPING) NOTES.
The tcin J. C. Foul took 7,G8i
bags and ,1,171 pkgs sugar ami 019
bags rice. Dorn. value, ?53,C20.48.
The lark Ullock took 200 bbls.
and 10 kegs molasses and 11,058
pkgs of nidsc. Doin. vatuo,- $1,108.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
, Pj:oi'Li: had better look out for
Tins low lantuins along Ihc path
to St. Andrew's Catho.lral arc n
Tin: usual monthly reception was
held nt tho residence of Gov. Donii
nis yesterday afternoon.
Tiik " Honolulu Cathedral Build
ing Committee" w ill meet to-morrow,
March 3rd, it Aliiolani Hale,
at 12 m.
Tin: lcgular monthly meeting of
the Honolulu Library & Reading
Room Association will be held this
evening, at which the election of a
Secretary will take place.
"Which arc we to believe, the Ga
zette or the 'User, about the com
plaint of the French man-of-war
captain? Everybody (including our
selves) says the Gazette, of course.
YnsTiniDAY, at the departure of
the Ullock, a number of the friends
of Mr. and the Misses von Holt as
sembled on the wharf- to bid them
"God speed nnd a safe voyage."
"Wnrnir.i!, in the case of Thomas'
Square, is it better to lay out the
walks first and have them weeded, or
to weed indiscriminately without airy
walks being laid out? The first, de
cidedly. Ykstkhhay our reporter anticipat
ed the facts about the Orca's arrival
by 2-1 hours. If this keeps on he
will have to set up for a.proplict.. In
honor of his foresight a prominent
merchant has presented him with an
elegant appendage of the Order of
Yi:sti:kday, for the first time, the
new steam whistle, at the Honolulu
Planing Mills, was heard in all its
shrill noisiness. It is louder than
any other in the town, and even, wc
think, as loud as the California
"Wi: have received fiom Messrs
Castle & Cooke, a very handsome
card Calendar fiom tho New Eng
land Mutual Life Iiiburuncc Co.,, of
Boston. It is elegantly ongiavod
by tho American Banknote, Co,, and
represents Time leading a procession
of tho Moulin. This tho most ar
tistic tiling; if its kind wc have seen.
Mit. nnd Mrs. Lowcnberg were
plen-nntly surprised on Wednesday
evening by a party of f fiends, who
unexpectedly called upon them to
wish them n pleasant voyage to
Fatheiland nnd a safe return to their
new home. Music and dancing werp
engaged in, to the delight of all pre
sent. The affair was very enjoyable,
even to all those old dry monopolists,
Wi: heard yesterday that the Eng
lish Commissioner had applied lo tho
Foreign Ollicc, demanding n retrac
tion of, or an apology for, certain
statements. These stateincnts were
contained in a letter written to and
appearing in the Jtc Ainu. This
wns afterwards translated and ap
peared in the Saturday Press,
They were to the effect that shots
had been fired fiom tho English
man-oftwar nt tho Quarantine
Ground on tho 11th nil. An inquiry
was made by the AUorncy-Goneial,
but tho Hawaiian who wrote tho
letter persisted in his statement.
Nothing fin ther has been done yet.
G Brewer & company,
GENKIIAI. MKltOAVriLK AND
LIST OK OKKICK1I8!
P. O. Jonks, Jr, . . .Pi evident & Manager
J. O. Uautku. . . ..Ticasiuer & Becieta'ry
llou. C, 11, Uiijlioi'. Hon; II. A. P. C All! Lit
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flora our oun coricpiii1i,nt.
The "Pluvial gods" hitvo been
nioio than kind lately. There- bus
been such a copious and ficqtient
downpour that our planters ciyhold,
chough, give us now a few weeks ofi
sunshine. The roads, in, spite of.all
that our cfllcicnt Supervisor, Mr. J.
Smith, can do, arc perfectly wretch
ed. I must however say, Hint in no
pnltx bf the Kingdom which I have
visited have I seen better roads than
heic. Mill these persistent rains will
bpoil any road. Ami that reminds,
me of the Kohala Raihond. Ercry
heavy rain we have, I am reminded
of the difficulties that Supeiinlcn
dculs have to encounter and watch
for, in the washing away of t the
track, so tortuously laid, as it is
here, in and out of steep ravines. '
But we feel confident that Mr.
Wilder has foreseen all this, and pro
vided for it. Ill fact the other day,
in making a tiip over the road, I,
noted three or four paitics, at differ
ent points, engaged in tho woik of
repairing the track. In such rainy
times as these, such supervision js
Wc in this out of the way district,
havcircadi withjnlcicsMhc published
accounts of the Coronation. Wc
have our own views of the whole
business, nnd these views from a dis
tance, may possibly be worth stat
ing. Well, then, wc think your news
papers have made vastly too much
of the affairs, by viiulont opposition.
Whc.ro was the great harm of it?
Admitting that tho inoncy was to be
uselessly expended, the Legislature
authorized it. And then, what wc
must emphatically condemn, is tho
degree of personality indulged in,
sometimes extremely low in tone,
not to say ribald. All this is calcu
lated to do us injury in the minds of
calm outsiders. Perhaps you will
deem nic loo conservative ; but that
is just tho way we people in the
country view the case. Wc quote
the proverb, the least said the soon
The "Wah May." Kim Wing is
the latest addition to literary circles
in San Francisco, and lie made his
bow to tho City Prison authoiitics
last night as combined cditor-in-chiof,
local, editorial, telegraphic
and commercial stafF of tho Wah
Jly, or the Chinese-American.
The sheet for a time will bo issued
weekly, and after a shoit time semi
weekly, and ultimately, it is pro
posed, daily. The paper will be of
four pages, the first two containing
the news in the Chineso'languagc,
which will be translated into English
onthe third and fourth pages. As
the 60,000 Chinese wood characters
arc not represented by type, tho
method of publishing will bb for the
editor or an employe to write or
paint his news on paper, from which
it will be photo.-lithographcd. Kim
Wing was seeking particulais of tho
Chinese fincas which ook place in
Chinatown during the evening. He
also gave tho preceding information,
and proposed, if tho press repre
sentatives present would kindly ac
commodate him with general news,
ho would roturn tho compliment by
furnishing Chinatown items. S. 2''.
Bulletin, Feb U.
piVEUS B. MEUIWETIIER
1IENKY E. AVE11Y
are requested lo
E. P. ADAMS,
338 It Honolulu.
rpiIEHH will bo n Hegular lliiilnees
X Electing of the Honolulu Library
and Heading Itonm Ansoelation at llieir
Hooiii!, T111B (Friday) EVENING
Mniuh.', at 7:30 o'clock, at which a full
ntleudanco Is leiiuested.
Buhiuess Election of n Hecictary.
33811 PElt OUDEIt.
Store IIoiihc To Let,
rAPABLE of holding M)0 BALES of
I AY, lately orcupied by G. W.
Maefarlaue & Co. Apply to
i Appiy 10
J, l.iJioWSETT, '
utfi . ifflw;, 4...- Ttte-V.yt: i'ui7 . .;
M!?!mlB. mKMm. .3.'iJaKg- ...tfft
DILTJNGHAM & CO.'S'
JIowo's Sluiuhu'd McnlcH, cmloissd by the United Slates
Government. Scales for all purposes. Dounnnt
Wnrchouno Scnlcs, &cr, &c. ' "
A now; and cnrcfully selected assortment of
CIuukIcUci-n, Lamps, unci 3il 111 lo I'll H.
Ciiriliigc Lamps of most approved American patterns.
Plows anil Agricultural Impl'fentB
The l.irgcbt variety to be found
.GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Tverybody a new discovery,
, .The Magncjso-Qalcite Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Ca.es niid Bond Cnsc. ,
At n tct of the Arc pioo( qualities of thc,Magnc30'Calcllc,-hcldon.tke-MniLlot
near the City Hall, San Francisco-, Nov. 27tli, a pile of apout,n cord of pitch-pine
i jvood was'prcparetl, nmlitlvc gnllonsrdilar poured over It. A'smAll Ifon'oncst, with
a i,'j men lining oi iini;iicso caioue wns piaccii in inc, centre oi tne pim nna tiio
nmsb.sct tiro to. After tho elicit had been kept nt a red heat for an hour,t it was
"trikcn'froniMlic flic, Cooled with water, and opened, nnd thecontents, consisting of
papers and circulars, were found in a perfect stnto of preservation, being Hot nt nil
lliscoloml, o-ily slightly warm, and h-ivlng n trilling smell of smoke.
We, the unilcwigncd, were present at the above tc.t, and saw the, box opened,
and wo certify to the perfect preservation of Its contents. The' entire test was per.
fectly Mitlfaolory to iw. II. L. Dodoe, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. HI'Latox,
A public test ol the quality of those goods will be made atian early dato. '
Reciprocity Relations Ratlier Revivifying
Between Ihc Hawaiian Islands and flic United States, nnd
between tho Hawaiian Islands and
-T. E. T-IDEVXL3N,
Real Estate Broker Employment Agent and General
Business Agent, ' ' ;
Orace, 27 Merchant sticet, - - - . . Hawaiian Gnfccttc Block'.'
I i ! U 1
The only lccognizcd Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom. n ," ,
Li nil and rnoporly for sale in all pavts of Honolulu and Uicaiious Islands.
Houses 'olnifC and lent in Honolulu a ml1 suburbs. (l i j
Rooms lo iuit,icu suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
AUCri0,N SALES BY LYONS & LEVEY.
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By older of His Eccllcncy-tho Minister
of Interior, c Will
Sell ly -iVitetion
On Monday TNext, March 5,
at 12 noon, a quantity of
PLANKS AND LUMBER,
Ou the 'Esplanade. r
'Lyons & LEvr.y, Auctioneers.
BY the undersigned, EMPLOYMENT
as accounl'int. Town' or country.
J NO. ItlTSON, v
To be found at tho Office of J. I. Dow"
sett, Queen sticct. 331
ANYONE bavins a copy of J, TV
Kauwnlil's "Form Book" to dis
pose of, will find a purchaser by sending
w ord to
303 tf J. "W. nonnitTsoN & Co.
T7NGINEEn and Practical Mechanic.
Sid now in clinigo of one of the .largest
sugar mills of. the Kingdom, deshes to
make a change with a view of finding
pleasant suiroundlngs for wife -jfliul
young son (now in the U, S.) Best of
Honolulu nnd other rcfci enecs nnd tes
timonials. Addicts "Eiioinelu," Daily
Bulletin Ofilec. 328 2w
(- A First-Class SADDLE HOUSE,
sC. good In side f-addleor caniagc.
Apply to .1. A. KENNEDY,
Honolulu Iron Woiks.
A FEW GENTLEMEN can bo accom.
niodntcd with Bo.ud at a private
House, in a l expectable neighborhood,
and within 5 minutes of the Post Olilcc.
For particulars apply at tho .Bulletin
Olllce. ' ' 3101m
at 118 Nuiianu Avenue. Koomslfurnislr-
cd single or suite, at moderate charges,
300 Din. MUS. J. Tj WHITE
' THE- 1 .u.'S
"Will take jjlaco on
March 3rd, at tho
Boavor Saloon, Fox't Streets
CSTOnly a f'-w Pil?o Tickets left,f '
lo be had a I
Mil, A, HEHBEKT having received
bonio choice Yailc(tcs of
VinuH lrom Onlilorniti,
is now able to supply them in quantities
to suit to those who would wish to try
the experiment. If any aiu doubtful of
tho success of it llicv should go out and
see his ltauch at Kalihi.
83(1 tf Address P. O. Box -14
Dull I'rot'uiuiiii'H !
NEW DESIGNS, just received fiom
San Fraucli9o, idfl'iiE Dailv Bul
LtriN Olllco. i
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Auction Sales by E.P. Adams
IN accordance with an'ordcr'hindc' by
iHon. B. II. Austin, ;Iustico of tho
Sijprciue Comt, sitting, ,iu; Probate, tho
undei signed will r
Sell at public .Auction,
On the, premises, .
At the RcsidcncoiOt the late C.,T. Dillingham'
The following property,
, tlic 14tl,dny of March, 1883;
nt.10 o'clock a.m.r . V
A BEAUTIFULHOME', f
Pioperty of' the'late ( f3. t! l)illiuglinm,
, situntc on t ,
adjoiniug the propel ty ,of Dr. J. M
Whitney on, the noith and of B. F. DI1.
llnghnm oil the south. Size of jot
150 ft. front and 225 -ft. deep,
"Woll fenced, and waterdsid on
from Government pipes.
The Dwelling Hoiiko
contain j seven rooms, besides bath
room,, pantry and kitchen. ,
Thcio are good Out-Buildings consist
ing of fccrynnts' hqusc, carriago
house, stalls for 2 horse-j. feed room,
tool loom, harness roonu'&o.
The Buildings are all nearly new, and in
( good condition.
Title in Fee Simple.
House Furniture to bc,sold consists ef
1 Bedroom set,
1 Iron single ))cdstcnd,
1 Lounge, 1 Cano Sofa,
2 Black walnut ltockcrs, ' '
Black walnut cane spat chuiis.
2 Children's lockers, '
1 Centre table, marble top,
1 Small table, marble top
1 Extension dining table,, b.w.
1 3-light chandelier, , .,
1 'Dlnlnir rnnm Inmn
, , .". , "I'l t ul i ,
1 Plint. nf flvt1T,rr.a
WHVI-. W. UIII1IVIP,
"l Ul JtUblllWO,
I ) t
Lot of New Crockerywaret
1 Stove, 1 Bath tub, "'
' n 1'CanarBarrow. 1
1 Lot of Tools,
Rubber lose, ,
1 Canlago Marc,
1 Saddle Marc,
1 Pi;t of Harness,
1 Saddle and Jlridlc
t , S. L. DILLINGHAM,
Administrators of tho Estate of
O.T Dlllluglmm, deceased.
E.P. Adams, Auctioneer
HonoIiilu.lib.Ji2. 1883 331
01Uqc,No. 07 Hotel street.
All kinds of Baggago and Parrels do.
liyoicd jn all part of the city with dlb
paUdi."' llavJoga , ' -jvf
I am piepar'ed id hauf BAND nnd other
material, and make or repair foot
paUis.eltlcrbyload,duy,or contract. ,r ' ' '
Stand nt llnmsny'b Store, Hotel street. '.
W. T. MaoDonam), : Proprietor. i(j.
3.'0 Olllco hours Oa.ni. lo 0 p.m. s$
Satoens nil colors. "At
Clius. J, FisUcl's Leading "Millinery