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Mh. William Wiinu Is thl iln.V niv
pointed Agent to tula- Acknowledge
mcnls of L-iboi Coatiaeli betwcrii Mas
Its mid Servants in llic District of
Honolulu, Inland of Ouliu.
.1X0. i:. HUSH,
Minister of lnlciioi.
Interior Onlre, Mmch 1 1, 181. ill" t
"rilUHSDAY, MAKCII IB, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Y. M. C. A., at Bethel nt 7 :30.
Algarolm Lodge, nt 7:110.
A NonwcaiAS attempted to get
off on the steamer without a pass
poit, on Tuesday night. The police
prevented him and look him up to
the station house. He was half
drunk and gave the policeman a
black eye, but did not, as many
stated, receive any injury himself.
Since writing the above, a state
ment has appeared in the Gazette,
that he lost his passage and his bag
gage by this action of the police.
"Vc have ourselves personally inter
viewed him with the following result:
Ho got intoxicated during the day in
company with two men belonging to
to the steamer (probably passen
gers). He then made up his mind
to go to California, as he thought it
would be a better placc'for him than
these Islands had been. He bought
no ticket, had no passport and had
only one dollar in his poscsion. He
was asked by Captain Fchlbchr if
he had his ticket and passport, and
lm renlicd in the negative. He was
then arrested, and being intoxicated,
fought considerably, so that the po
lice had to use strong measures to
get him along ; but as there are no
marks on him and he says that he
received no hurt, while ho gave one
policeman a black eye, it docs not
seem that they could have handled
him very roughly.
Tuesday, Makcii 13.
A. H. Paul, malicious injury
fincd'SslO and $1.10 costs. J. llei,
larceny fined 10 and $!1 costs.
Clung Chong, disorderly conduct
sentenced to one month'b lmpuson
ment at hard labour and SI. 30 costs.
Opeka, (13 yeais old) larceny com
mitted to Reformatory School for
5 years. Kai Kin, violating rule 0
Expiess Regulations remanded to
ldth. R. Murdoch and Mahoe,
drunks, forfeited $0 bail each. All
Sam, opium in possession remanded.
Kaaiai, Kawika, and Kco, remanded
from 'Jth rc-remanded to 13th. Ana
mo, remanded from 12th nol pros.
Vi:nxi:si)AY, Maiuiii 11.
J. O'Neil, J Tremball, Kaco, and
Kahclciki, drunks, forfeited $G bail
each. Thor. Anderson, attempting
to lcavo the Kingdom without a
passport, remanded to 18th. Kai
Kin, rc-rcmanded to 15th. Koloa,
violating rules 0, 1 1, and 24, Ex
press Regulation fined $3 and f 1
costs. G. W. Foilson, disorderly
conduct foifeitcd bail $10.
The Lcahi brought 500 and the
"Waimnnalo 235 bags of sugar.
The steamer Wnimantilo broke one
of the blades of her propeller be
tween Coco Head and Makapuu
Point. During the week this will be
repaired, and her machinery will
also be attended to. She will sail
again on Saturday, taking His Maj
esty to "Wainiannlo, and returning
The Jennie Walker brought 1800,
mid the Kliukai, 2(13 bags of sugar.
The Jennie Walker will sail on Fri
day or Saturday, for Ililo.
Thk Iwalnni pusscd the flagship
on Thursday afternoon under the
bows, filling it with smoke, Sho
saluted but no notico was taken of
it. The Likoliko passed u little
later across the stern, and saluted,
receiving n. return salute. Politeness
curries its owu rowurU.
LOCAL & GENEBAL ITEMS.
Yusi r.itiuv morning n soldier wns
arrested on tho wlinrf for being
drunk nntl disoiderly. Ho was tnkutt
to tliu Stiition House.
Ox Tuesday night thcic were lfG
lepcis in the Binnuh Hospital at
Kaknako, including GO or 70 from
the other islands. It is now ovcr
Mil. Kllis reports having sold this
week, 3(5 shares of Inter Island
Steam Navigation Co., 3 of Star Mills
and G of East Maui. Appaicntly
there must be money around for in
vestment. Juixik Bickcrton did not take his
scat in Com t yesterday, owing to
the melancholy news biought by the
mail. The business of the Couit
was carried on by Mr. "W. L.
Ix refoicncc to a paragraph which
appeared some litllo time ago, in
our columns concerning the beastly
filthincss of some slaughter houses,
it may bo as well to stato that the
information canio fiom no one m
the trade, and therefore was not
prompted by jealousy.
Tin: City of Sydney took with her
a clean bill of health, prepaicd on
the American system by Dr. Rogers
at the request of Consul McKinley.
Prompt action like this, will go far
to allaying the feais of people in
San Francisco, and the Consul
deserves the greatest praise for his
Wr. would specially draw our
readers' attention to the notice in
another column that Mr. "V. S.
"Wond has been appointed an Agent
to take acknowledgements to Labor
Contracts for this district. Mr.
Wond is an old and well-known resi
dent, and it gives us great pleasure
to ask our friends who require these
kinds of services to remember that
he is now authorized to perform
Ox Monday evening Mr. Chas. j)M
Fishcl, one of our prominent mer
chants, was the recipient of a party,
tendered him at his icsidcncc, in
honor of his departure on the mail
steamer on an extended tour through
the Eastern States. The guests ar
rived about 8 o'clock, and music,
singing and dancing were indulged
in until midnight, when a sumptuous
supper was partaken of. Dancing
was then resumed till early moin.
Mr. Fishcl intends remaining away
about three months.
Yi:sti:kday we were called upon
by Mr. F. W. Damon, who intio
duccd to ii! Mr. Wi Nam and Mr.
Loo Chit Sam. These latter gentle
men. arc engaged in starting a little
newspaper enterprise amongst their
countrymen here. The little sheet
is to bo lithographed and will con
tain news in the Chinese language
onlv. The editor is Mr. Luni Kum
Chun, who is reputed to be well ac
quainted the best Chinese literary
style. The name of the new journal
is to be the Taun Khan San l'o,
(lit., The Sandal-wood Island
News,) but which they translate as
"The Hawaiian Chineso News."
The gentlemen who visited us were
very cordial in their expressions of
good-will to the Bulletin, and
agreed to exchange Chinese news
for foreign news. Wo wish the ucw
enterprise every success.
Tlio Ottawa Free- Press says;
"It will be icmunibcrcd that last
session Mr. Runstor oil'ered a re
solution looking to tho negotiation
of a ttcaty of commercial reciprocity
with the Hawaiian Islands, which he
subsequently withdiew on receiving
tho Piemier's asstuauce that the
subject would bo cousideicd during
lecesj. In view of tho movement
at "Washington to abrogate tho
treaty made between tho United
States and Hawaii in 1875, it would
seem that the presout is a good tinio
for tho Canadian Government to
open negotiations. Prompt action
is all the more necessary inusmuoh
as the negotiation will have to bo
carried on tluough tho Colonial
Office in Downing street, where, as
a matter of course, British interest
will, in all likclilip.od, bo made a
icauiug cuiisiuuruiiuii.' at, ,vtwi'i
M, January 01,18$.'
cit, January oi, iwi, i
THE GEOLOGICAL HlBTOUY OF THE
Rcforc touching on the announced
subject for the evening the lecturer
proceeded to give a general outline
of the theory of the formation of the
earth's ciust, by the cooling down of
the original molten mass and the
subsequent w tinkling of this crust
by itu own weight, and the contrac
tion caused by cooling, into moun
tain and valley, contincut and ocean
hollow. As this process is still
going on, the continents ntc growing
larger and the ocean valleys deeper.
These islands tue of volcanic cri
gin, and arc situated on a submarine
plateau 1(5,000 to 18,000 feet below
the level of the ocean. The summit
of Mauna Loa is therefore some 30,
000 feet above the bed of the ocean.
And, nlthough these island masses
arc conical in shape, yet that im
mense height makes them as upiighl
pill.ii k arising from the bed of the
ocean. So therefore it might be fear
ed that some day an earthquake
shock would split and rend the
whole miss and topple it into the
w.ttcrs of the ocean, and when the
next steamer arrived it would find
open sea where now the islands
were. Hull tins was not very pro
bable, although possible.
(7 lie Continued.)
Coircpondcneo h solicited on the lop.
ics of llie day, or wli.it may become so.
We reserve Iho right to uxci-i; puicly
We do not hold oursclvc; lc-monsiblc
for the opinion'! cxpicscd by our cor
Ei. Bui.r.r.Tix: A private man
sion at Kalihi was made the centre
of attraction on Sunday week by the
arrival of a certain number of t'oung
men fiom the city of Honolulu.
Everything was excitement and
disorder. The demonstration on the
verandah cannot be described, and
the furore and surging to and fro of
the young women, when the 'bus
reached the above dwelling, was
utterly disgusting causing the. writer
to think that he was nearer a camp
of wild Indians than that of civi
When the young men entered the
building the excitement was intensi
fied. The wildest and most unearth
ly yells, which seemed to shake the
very edifice itself, wcic sent up from
the excited crowd of young women,
and for some time thereafter the
scene beggared description.
Some of the young men, who were
present, have been Init recently ap
pointed to government positions, and
instead of endeavoring to gain the
confidence of their superiors, as well
as the esteem of the general public,
and lead lives of quietude, arc giv
ing way to the alluiemcnts of degra
dation and shame.
Ax Kyi: Witni-.
DURING my absence fiom this King,
iloin, Mr. A. Gauti:xiii:isu will net
for me under a full Power of Attoincv.
C. J. FISHEL.
Honolulu, March 15th, 1863. iH9 3w
ONE or TWO SERVANT GIRLS, or
Women for housework ami for
minding ehildien. .Apply at
318 lw 105 SCHOOL STREET.
A GOOD native, ono who is
acquainted with the I)r;
Goods Business to Mich good wages will
bo given. Apply nt the jjum.etin oiiice.
BUILDING LOT situate
XX on Kinau and
Kubuikulma I'liiliih; nica 00,000 htjuaru
feet. Tliu lot Is enclo-ed wilhngood
substantial fence. For ftuthur purlieu,
lars apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Attorney at Law,
313 tf No. 27 Merchant St., Honolulu
MR, A. HERBERT having received
home choice varieties of
Vinos from California,
is now able to supply Ihein in miuutitics
to suit to those who would wish lo try
tho experiment. If any mo doubtful of
tho success of it they should go out and
see his Hunch at Kalihi.
ijitOtf Addiessl', O. Box 41
A CHALLENGE !
I IIEHKUY challenge
my grey horse,
" King William, "
against any other stul.
Itn. t. ill., irimrilnm
11UI1 III IIIU llillQllMIU,
for $r00 aside, to harness. This ehal.
lcnge to reinalu open for one mouth.
HpiiqIuIu. MuivlHh. 188U m 1W
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
Howc'h Mtntidtu'il HcnloH, endorsed by the United Slntos
Government. Scales for nil purposes. Dormnut
Wnt chouse Scales, &u., &c.
A new and carefully selected assortment of
OIllUUlolloVN, 31UI1N, IlIUl I-illllLci'llM.
Carriage Lamps of mosl approved Amuiiunn pattern!.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'onts
The luigest tniiety to bo found
on the Islands.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
The Magiicso-Oalcito Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases and Bond Cases.
At n trt of the fire proof qualities of the Mngncso-Culcltc, hold on the sand-lot
near tlio City Hall, San Francisco, Nov. 2ilh, n pile of nbout a cold of pitch-pine
wood wns picparcd, and five gallons of tar poured over it. A small iron chest, with
a li inch lining of MnqncsocMcItc w.is plnied in the ccnlie of the pile and the
mass set lire to. After the ohe-a bad been kept nt a red hent for nn hour, It was
taken fiom the flic, cooled with water, and opened, and the contents, consisting of
P'lpcis and cliculnrs, were found In a perfect state of preservation, being not nt nil
di-colored, only sllchUy warm, and having n tiining smell of smoke.
We, the undcisigned, were present nt the nbovo test, and saw the box opened,
and wc ccitify to the perfect pio.-crvatlosi of its contents. The entire test wns per.
fectly satisfactory to us. II. L. Donon, (of Dodge, Sweeney fc Co.); C. II. Laton,
A public test ol tho quality of those goods will bo mado at an oarly date.
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United Slates, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Ofllcc,37 Meichanl street, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only lccognizcd Heal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
L-ind and propcity forsile in nil parts of Honolulu and thcarious Islands.
Houses to lease and lent in Honolulu and Mibuibs.
Rooms to lent, en htiite or single, throughout Honolulu.
YOTT O-AJV 33TJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
Now Iriig- Stove,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
310 lm BST IF YOU DON'T. BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY IT.
H. J. AGNEW
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY, THAT
HE HAS MADE COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
Constant Supply of Hay, Oats, Bran, &c,
Ol Llo Very BchL Quality,
Which he will oiler for pale at tho Lowest Possible Rates,
From the f st of next month.
All orders will meet with prompt attention, and will be filled with dispatch. 310
AsbostoH Steam Packing!
For covcilng Boilers and
A Fresh Lot Just Received,
And for Sale in lots to suit by
817 lm Then. II. JlnvioH &. o.
Old City Market!
No. 103 Ntiuanu Sticcl,
NKWJL.Y REVIVED t
G. J. Waller, Propiielor.
Telephone No. 281).
Always on hand and for sale
Prime Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, &c., &c.
OidnsieeelTd.by telcphono, or other
wise, up to 8 o'clock eveiy evening,
Dcliveiy calls will in futuiouin to all
niutbof the city and huhurbs.
317 Gi:o, Oavanauh, Manager.
No. 0 Queen bliect. Fish Maikct,
Dc.ilfi In choicest
lleef, Venl, mullein, VImIi, Af., Ac.
Family and Shipping Oidcrncaiefully
attended to. Lio stock furnished to
ycsxcIs at shoil notico, and Vegetables
of all kluds supplied lo outer. 310 ly
ANYONE having a copy of J. W
Kauwahl's ' Form Book" to dis
pose of, will flud a purchaser by sending
a , j, w. v.Quwmxbvv. a, 'if,.., iisMZMmmmifflmKKW
THE LARGEST AND MOST COM.
The finc-t Horses to bo found in any
drayage business in the cily.
Hero Is a chance for an active and nc.
commodating young ninn that has
a littlo capital to invest and
make a good living.
This oiler is open for two weeks.
Fortciinsand psiiticiilurs apply to
ii. Iff. KOJIURTNOX,
At I)i ewer & Co's.
Honolulu, Mm ch 14th, 1883. 348 2w
THE OLD CORNER
Haht Bros., : : Proprietors.
Served up in nrst-clnss style at all hours
Open from 2 a, m, to ,10 p, m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
fco,, &o. Also,
TriiUc ! J&t&dMmKw
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'ii i v- uixru, j ,t-J',?)iVK-m&m&t?&
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