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vfR JOSEPH STUART la authorised
JLY1. to collect nil accounts duo Thk
Daily Bulletin, on mid after this date,
whose receipt for the same will ho stiffl.
J)Ait,v BuI.i.ktix Onicc,
Honolulu, Feb. lOlh, 1883.
fib IWu Iftttllciitt.
i Tl'liSDAY, AIA11QII 6, 1880.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Sale ut -Sales Koom
of Lyons & Lovuy, at 10 o'clock.
' I AFTERNOON,
' "Women's Board of Mission, at
i" BMIiel Vostry, 2tfQ; Executive
J CnuupiUeu,n 12.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7i30.
'" " Kxcclsior Lodge, l.O.O.F. 7:U0.
The Hawaiian Amateur Mins
Gave their third performance on
Saturday night, it having been post
poned from the 1 7th of February on
account of the Coronation Illuinina
,tion mid. .fireworks. As the curtain
rose the performers made an cxcccd
ingly pretty tableau and the colored
l'uea added greatly to the effect. In
the first part the singing was, on the
whole, splendid and encores wore
numerous. The jokes were mainly
local and very good. The three fol
lowing seemed to take best: ''What
is the difference between Princess
Liliuokalani and a fountain?" "The
one is thrown into the air and the
other is heir to the throne." "Why
do you feel like a Government. Of
ficial?" "I feel liable to be
kicked out at any moment." "What
"do our schoolchildren waut most?"
" A new Board of Education!"
The finale, "The effect of' the
Liquor Law" was especially good.
In the second part Messrs. Keumi
brothers again surprised and delight
ed the audience with their feats of
dexterity and agility. "You've got to
put on ahs," and the " Skidmorc
Guards" 'pleased by their quaintucss.
The two burlesques which, followed
brought this unusually good enter
tainment to n close. The audience
was but, fairly numerous.
Moxdav, MahcIi 5.
; . ckiminat. cai.v.xdait.
J. Beck, W. Lord, W. Graut,
Hdkaia, Pauniaiala, C. Bolabola,
. Kuneana, K'imaka (v.,) Kcahi, Pu
nitu, Knpuiki, Punikula, II. Bertle-
-imuin, drunks, forfeited SG bail
each. W. Butncr, L. Pedro, D.
Travcrs, drunks, fined various
amounts. Ah Tin, violating Hiilo 21
Express Regulations, nol.pros. B.
Levey, Ah Iling, same offence, for
feited $10 bail. PanJvdo, Kanui,
All See, J. "W. Wqndol, Paulo, Kn
liele, same ofl'onco, filled $2 and 1
costs each. Kinqui, driving express
.without a license, nol. pros. Alice
violating rule 3 express Regulation,
fined 10 and $1 co&ts; noted appeal
to Intermediary court. Ah Kai and
Ah Kania, affray, fined &o and&l
'costs each. Kahi, assault and bat
tery, forfeited $10 bail.
R. Grieve, remanded from 3rd.
Defendant asked to be allowed to
withdraw plea of guilty, and plead
mt guilty. Allowed. Consented that
defendant jUiake his defence, and
document be left for Court to.decidc.
B. Grieve deposes: My knowledge
of the Hawaiian language is very
limlte'd. Cannot hold a conversation
in it. T recognize the document it's
printed in our office ; have not rend
if; did not read the manuscript. T
knew- it was a programme of the
hula to take place at the Palace by
its title, and by what my foreman,
Mr. J. Auld, said to me. I do not
know the' meaning of the words and
phrases in this document of my own
knowlcdgo "Neither myself nor any
one connected with the ofllce (so far
ns I know) got up or prepared this
document. The manuscript was not
brought directly to me, but to Mr.
J. Auld, my foreman. He is well
acquainted witli the Hawaiian langu
age, and failed to notice anything
wrong in it. I understood Mr. w.
Auld brought it, but I hnd no con
versation with him, It was to be
finished by the 12th ; was told it was
for the Coronation hulu. The coat-of-arms
was put on, as I understood
by an order from the Palace. The
original propf went up to (lie Pnlaco
without it, and I think the Chamber
lain ordered it put on. I was led ta
suppose I w.is preparing this for the
tibo of the Coronation ceremonies.
It was distributed at thy ImUu I
was directed to send the bill to W.
M. Gibson, Minister of Foreign Af
fairsj ns chairman of the Coronation
Committee I sent the bill, last
Thursday. J. Auld went to Maul
last Tuesday, and hasn't y.ct lcltun
cdthat 1 am aware of. I had no hand
in publishing this: I did not circulate
a copy. It was taken away by the
patty o ordered it. In nnswerto
.Mr.-Castlo :- I-ihfeireil thora.was no
thing unusual in it, as no remarks
were made or natives who set it up.
It might have some unusual con
tents, as I urn not in the habit of in
vestigating native .mnntiseripc. In
answer to the judge: 1 have never
had to refuse any native document
in my cxnericncc.
W. Auld deposed in answer to Mr.
ITarlwell that Gi love's testimony is
correct so far as rclnlcd to him ; to-
a copy or proof. 1 asked permission"
to have the Uoyal arms put on.
Permission was granted by His Ma
jesty's Chamberlain in the Chamber
lain's ollicc. I read the proof my
self at my ollicc. The copies were
sent to the Chamberlains ofllce. I
diicctcd it to bo done as I thought
that was the proper place for it. I
told my brother so.
Mr. Ilartwell thou addressed the
Coint asking for an acquittal on the
grounds that Mr. Grievc's part in
the transaction was entirely an inno
cent and unwitting one. Kcmandcd
till called up. Defendant's counsel to
file brief of authorities.
AY. Auld, remanded from 3rd,
pica not guilty, demanded at de
fendant's request till the 8th.
The Likclikc brought 2038 pkgs
of sugar and 83 ,bbls of molasses.
The Luka brought 2,000 bags
sugar, the Mary E. Foster brought
1,750 bags sugar and 27 bbls. molas
ses, the Uilama brought 500 bags
paddy, and the Nettie Merrill 500
bags suffnr. '
Local & general items.
Tin: Mokolii on its trip to Molo
kai on Saturday took -10 lepers and
An accident happened to Mr. W.
W. Hall and daughter yesterday
afternoon on Bcrctania street.
Tun old lumber, &c, sold on
behalf of the government by Mcssis.
Lyons & Levey, fetched a far higher
price than was expected, viz.: $537.
Ox Saturday night at the per
formance an honorable (?) member
of the Legislature caused much
laughter by his standing up, half
intoxicated, wearing a paper mask
cut out by himself.
Ik addition the usual week day
services at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
services will be conducted on Tues
days and Tluirsdays at 4 p.m., and
on Friday at 7:30 p.m., by the Bov.
Geo. Wallace, during Lent.
Wr, desire to. draw our readers'
attention to Messrs. -Lyons & Levey's
regular cash sale, to be held to-day.
The assortment is varied and of
good quality a lot of ready-made
clothing being specially noticeable.
. . .
AY:: have to acknowledge the
receipt, with thanks of a list of,
Hawaiian stock Quotations for March
1st, 1883, prepared by W. O, Smith,
stock broker, of 38 Merchant street.
Tho sales noted are, 'Grove Ranch
Plantation Co. at $;270,'C. Brewer &
Co. at $100, Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. at $125.
Wk have received from Mr. C. O.
Borgor a pamplilot on" the actual
results of matured Tontine invest
ment policies, and, from Mr. A. J.
Cartwright, a copy of tho Equitable
Gazette for February 1883, a nicely
illustrate Magazine devoted to Life
assuranco business,- and readable
Tin: Nettie Merrill and the Ilnlca
kalaboth left this port last week for
Lalmina. There was quite i little
excitement over it, as a trial of speed
between the two vessels was to bo
made. Tho Nettie left tho harbor
first, but waited for the Ilnleakala to
como out. As soon as she did so the
Nettie sailed round her twice and
then both started f or Tjahaiiia, The
Nettie arrived at Kaunakakai at1 1 1
p.m., tho Lehua arriving thcro at 12,
at tliatitimo tho Haleaknla wiis so
far, behind Hint her-light could not
bo seen. She arrived two hours and
a half afterwards,
At noon yesterday a runaway oc
curred on Queen street. Ahoiiso and
buggy came from the direction of
tho Government buildings piwtour
office. As itjinssctl G. II. Bobcr.t
son's drayagc ollicc, Mr. N. Peter
son, the superintendent, ran out and
quickly climbing over tltc back of
the buggy seized tho .reins and
speedily brought tho runaway to a
stop before it reached tho corner.
The horse and buggy .belonged to
,thc Fasliiqn Stables, and wcr,chiicd.
out to a man who got intoxicated
dining his driving round. WhaUbc-
camo of him wc haven't found out as
yet. Mr. Peterson deserves great,
credit for his plucky and prompt
action, which prevented a probablo
borious damage and accident.
CoVipspoiidcnrc i-i solicited on the lop.
ics of the day, or what limy become ny.
Wc reserve the' right to excise purely
Wo do not hold ouisclvo; rcmoimihlo
for tho opinions expressed by our cor
There is a loud outcry in town
agninst the Minister of the Interior,
and some ugly Stories arc going llio
rounds in regard to Government
works. It would seem to the public
that all Government works, material,
&e., should be let by public con
tract. Especially as the Minister
cannot be considered a man of ex
perience, and the public cannot bo
expected to look to him for the res?
ponsibility, but will look' to tlic Cabi
net as a whole. .
Pioiuour own CtMionomlcnl,
An unusual case of forgery .came
before the Police Magistrate of this
district on Thursday and Friday of
this week. Two natives, both young
men, were charged with forgiug and
uttering a check on the Bank of
Bishop & Co., purporting to have
been signed in January last, by'C. J.
Fishcl, in favor of "Mr. J. Nau
kana," for the sum of $505. The
check was offered tq,a Chinese store
keeper in Waimca, the forgers evi
dently thinking it' best to get away
from Kohala,' where they belong.
But it appears to have occurred to
John Chinaman that it was quite un
likely that Mr. Fishel should owe
Mr. Naukana, an obscure and by no
means wealthy native, so consider
able a sum as 505? and as a conse
quence inquiries were instituted tnt
Ilonohilu, which resulted in dis
covering the attempted cheat. Tho
principal and accomplice were both
committed for trial at the next term
of the Circuit, Court for this district.
The past two or three days wo
have actually7 had no rain fall, audit
looks now as though the trades and
settled weather bad fairly set in once
(From. Our Own C'mrcppcinilent.)
On the 23rd inst. the schooner Ida
Schnauer, Capt. Geo. II. Luce, ar-
rivcd'Yrom San Francisco, 18 days'
passage. She brings Iwo cabin pas
sengers and a large freight. She will
load sugar at the Wai.ikca Planta
tion. The weather here has been
very bad for the past week, heavy
rains with thunder and lightning.
Mr.., Severance, tho Hawaiian Con
sul, visited the volcano on tho 23rd
and 2llh, and found it moduably
active. Ililo quiet.
Ililo, Feb. 28th, 1883.
AUCTION SALES BY LYONS &"lEVEY.'
, ,,, ,
This Day, Tuesday,
Slarch GUI, nt 10 o'clock a.,m., at Salop
Room, wllj be Mild
Regular Cash Sale !
OmSDRRin BEAK XUB 6URBW
Dry GoodH, Groceries,
Lntlicsjand Children's lints,
CaHCrt Bread, Crockery,,
Boo.tt! &C SllOON.
20 Nests Camphor Trunks,
Kuro-ii'iio Lamps', Tin Ware,
Chartfi, 13ag Kugar, l'lowiy Clocks, &c.
1.10 Bags Damaged Barley,
1 Lawn Mower,
1 Hoy Cutter,
ItUgM PotlltOOH II lll OlliOllH,
1 Siiijdo Dray now
1 Open Express Wagon quite new
1 Past-eager Express Wngou
1 Nowtow Farm Wagon,
Lyons & Lkyky, Auctioneers.
THE FOURTH LECTUBE "
Of Piof, C. II. Hitchcock'.) fJolculjlo
" Lifu in the Later Geological Periods,"
will bo delivered on
Thursdsiy, March 8th,
at 7:30, at the Lyceum,
Tho Fifth .Lecture, ou"Tlip.Gcologl.
eal lIlutoi'.! of thii Hawaiian Ixlandx,"
will take plico on Snliuihiy, Match 10,
at the sium; placu.
Tiukvts, f 1-W.i ' '843
DILLINGHAM & COi'S rt
JIomc'm &tniihu'l NcnloH, endorsed by the United Slates
Government. Scaler for all purposes. Dormant
Warehouse Scales, &:., &c.
. , .& icwjuulciu;fuily. i-.qleclCiUsi.or.lment of
ClmmleHci'H, JLitimpM, uml X.unlerjiN.
Cmrlage LniiipB of most approved' Anicriunit pntlcino.
Plows anil Agricultural InrpTonts
The largest variety to be found
on the Inlands. '
GLOBULAIt & STH13ET LA.MPS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
The Mag'uoso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel CnscB and Bond Cases. "
At n test of the lire proof qualities of the Magnesb.Calclte, held oh the sand-lot
ncar'lliD City Hull, Sim F, rant! istio, Nov. 27th, a pile of about a cord of pitch-nine
Wood wm prepared, and fh'e gallons of tar poured ovcrit. A smaU'iroirchTSITwith
a l?.f inch lining of Miumctn-cnlcltc was placed in the ccntro of tho pllf and the
mass, set lire to. After the chest had been kept at a red heat for an hour, .it was
taken from the fire, cooled with water, and opened, and the contents, consisting of
papers and circulars, were found in n perfect statu, of pre.sorvationboing not at all
discolored, only .slightly waim, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
We, the undcMigiied, were present at the. above tct, and saw the box opened,
and we ccitlfy to tho perfect preservation of its contents. The, entire tcst-inis per
fcctly satisfactory to iW. H. fj. Donoc, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Latok,
A public test of tho quality of these goods will ba mado at an. early date.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between vtho Hawaiianislands and the United Stoics, nnd ,
between tho Hawaiian Islands and ,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Business, Agent, , , t
Oflicc, 27 Merchant street, Hawaiian Gazelto Block!
The only recognized Heal Estoto Broker in tho Kingdom. '
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various It-lunds.
Houses to lcae and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Booms to rent, en suitu or single, throughout Honolulu. ' "
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS.
, Furniture ! Furniture.!
f HAVE 11ECEIVED INSTRUC
J. C. GLADE, 1SSQ.
To offer at ". ' J
March 7, 1883,.
At 10 o'clock a. ,m.
At Tiis Residence, on Judd Street,
ALL THE VALUABLE
In part as follows:
New Ottomans, Upholstered Chairs,
Chandclicri,, Fine Engravings,
Beautiful Inlaid Tables, Onyx Table,
Ebony Table, Side Lamps,
Large Handsome Mirrors
with marblo stands;
Music stand, Statuettes, Lace cm tains,
One Upright Piano,
Walnut bookcose, Walnut table,
Smokers' table, Anil chairs,
Handsome carved chairs in pressed lea
ther, Carpets, Writing desks, "' 's
White Oak sideboard, very handsome,
While Oak extension dining table,
White Oak dressing-room chahs and
Variety ofFine llu ted Ware
Decanters iuul Glassware,
One Porcelain Dinner Set,
(in white, black, silver and red,
Ono Large 0111-811184 Set,
Mpsyuito net, Folding chairs ,
Walnut and, Koa Bedsteads,
Fcnfhcr-pillowH, Childrcjt's bedsteads,
Hair niattiesses, Spring mattresses,
Wiflnut Bureaus, Tabic linen;
Toilet furniture, Miirors,
Iron tables, Veiandah cliairs, B
Common fienso Chairs, . ''J
Chinese Plower Potts and Stands,
Sowing Machine, Wardrobe, Tmvels,
Meat safes, Ico safes. Water filters,
ButH tubs, Iron feed boxes Lawn mower
One Union Gas Machine 100 Lights.
Step ladders, Tpols, &c., &a. ,$
I'urdenIiirM in Cataloeui'H,
3 Dodd's Busses will leavo Ei O.
Hall & Bon's blnro, corner of Fm-I and
King stieols, at U:U0 and 0i45 a, m. on
the day of sale.
Tim lidiiMc will lc open for tlic In
MiMMtlonof Hie Furniture on TIIJ'.H
IJAY. E. P. An.VMs, Auctioneer.
K, A. IIEHBBRT having received
some choice varieties of
VinoH from California,
is now able to supply, them in uuantitics
to suit to thdsp who 'would wish to try
tho oxpcriincnt. If any mo doubtful of
tho succohS of it they should go out and
si'o his Hunch at Kalihi.
iWJ tf Aailre l 0. VwU
' i ' . i I ii
Auction Sales by E. P'. Adains
IN accordance, with an order modc.by
, Hon. B. II. .Austin, Justice, of the
Supreme Court, sitiing in Probate, the
iiindcr.signcll will ' "
Sell at Public Auction,.. '
On the premises, '
At tho Residence ol the lato C. T. Dillingham
"is luiiuwiujy properly, . ,-r
!'l4tli day of March, 1883 :l" '"'
n 1ft 1,.1- v.. ' i 'fl
, A, BEAUTIFUL HOMEi',;
Property of tho late C. T. Dillingham,
situate on ' i ' "
adjoining the properly of Dr. J. iff.
Whitney on the north and of B. PJ Dil
lingham oiuthc south. Size of lot '
150 ft.' front and 225 ft. deep,
Well fenced, (nml water laid on
from Government pipes.
The Dwelling House ' '
contains seven rooms,, bcsidcs,batU
room, pantry' and kitchen. ' ,
Therb are' good Out-Buildings consist,
ing of servants' house, carriage
ilt'oilsc; stalls for 2 horse's, f ccd room1,
tool room, harness room, &c.
Tho Buildings) are all nearly new, and hi
Title in Fco Simple.
House Furniture to ba sold consists f
1 Bedroom set,
1 Iron single bedstead, ., i
1 Lounge, 1 Cane Sofa, ;
2 Black walnut Bbckcrs, ' ,
Black walnut cane seat chairs, ', '
2 Chlldrcn'sirockers, ' ' '
1 Centre tablemarblo top, i i
1 Small table, marblo top,
1 Extension dining table, b.w, i
1 Chest of drawers,
jjoi or pictures, .,Ji
Lot of New Crockorywarci
1 Stove, l,Bntli;tub; t il
j. viiuhi iiarrpw , .
1 Lot of Tools, '
1 Carriage Mardj
X Saddle Marc,
1 Phaeton, - ,
1 Set of Harness,
1 Saddle and Bridle. ,
B. P. DILLINGHAM.
si ill :
8. L. DILLINGHAM, ' ' '
Administrators of tho Estate of !
O. T DiHiugham, deceased.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer,
Honolulu. Fob. 38, 1B88. " :ii
""', tar jpEuibTtB ., ,
Ofllce, No. 07 Hotel street." '
All kinds of Buggago nnd Parcels dc.
livcred in -all parts of tho city with dis.
patch. Having a
I am picparcd ta.haul SANIJ aiul.other
material, and inaUo',,o'n feniiir fool
paths, either by lpad.duy, or , , i
BtnmUat IMnlsay's; 'Bt'proHotel street
W. T. MAoDoNAt.D, i Proprietor.
.uriO Olllco hours 0,n.in.)tq,Q p.m. t ,
JBSylhiin Satpcns njl colors, at
Olias. J, FisUel's Leittliiig ' Millinery
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