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T , Notice,
MR. JOSEPH STUART is authorized
o collect nil accounts duo The
Daily Buluvhx, on nnd after this dlitc,
whbso receipt for the nmo will be suffi
cient. Daily 1H'lli:tin Ofllcc,
"""ItonoHtlh.lJ'ob. mill', 183.X
FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1883.
This day's Doings.
Regular Cash Snip, at Snlct Rilom,
by Messrs Lyons & Levey, at 10
Messrs Lyons & Levey will cll,
on the premises, foot of Punchbowl
street, at 2 o'clock, Valuable lot of
household furniture, etc.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Church, at-3 o'clock.
Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7 :30.
Morning Ktar Lodge, K. of J. 7 :30.
Musical Society, Practice, 7 :30.
new Disease in horses.
A new disease seems to bo appear
ing amongst the horses in these
islands. On Monday, the 20th,
judge. Jilekerton gave orders that
liis valuable trotting horse, Control
ler, should be dcstioyed, as ho was
buffering fioui a disease dangerous
to both man and beast. It resem
bled glanders very much in some of
its symptoms, but was pronounced
not to be that' disease by a leading
physician here. The disease is ap
parently one known to vctciinary
surgeons as Ozena. Wc-also learn that
another horse afflicted with every
symptom of the disease has been
turned out by its owner to pasture.
As the disease is contagious and
dangerous to both men aud animals
such conduct is highly reprehensible.
''Controller's trotting record was
an excellent one, as some years ago
in California he trotted 20 miles
straight' in less than an hour, and
afterwards 10 miles, in 27miu. 27
sec, and again beating. this. record
by doiug'the 10 miles in 27min. 23J
Bet. Controller was imported hero
by Mr. McWaync, and bought from
him by Judge Bickcrton, in ,whosc
possession he has remained ever
since. He was very kind and gen
tle, notwithstanding his great speed,
and it is no doubt a great loss to
Mr. Bickcrton, that he has been
compelled to destroy him. The
Judge deserves the thanks of the
entire community for, in as far as in
him lay, endeavoring to stamp out
this 'dread ' disease, although at a
great pecuniary loss to himself.
" The following at o the symptoms
as they appeared in Controller's,
case. On Friday the 9th of Match
a blight running ut the nostrils was
noticed.-)! In three or four davs
ulcers began to appear inside the
nostrils. The disease spread rapidly
throughout the whole system for,
shortly, nlcei s appeared on the legs
and, in 21' hours after their appear
ance, burst and became open ulcers.
The bronchial tubes and lungs
next,bccutno affected. There wab
a' great discharge of pus from the
nostrils, accompanied by difficulty
of bre'athing. The disease 'is rapid in
its courbc and docs not seem to
yield to any treatment. ' r
On Monday, the 2Cth, orders were
given to destroy the horse and a
post mortem examination was made,
-which showed that the ulcers extend
ed up the nostrils nearly to the brain
cavity, and, had perforated the sep
tum of the nostrils ho that they weie
connected. They also extended
down the bronchial tubes to the
The government ought to take
some steps to investigate the mutter
aud eradicate the disease if possible,
us i is apparently spreading.
Thursday, March 29,
C". Ilnyzcl, S. Blanc and M.
Brcgfone, drunks, forfeited 86 bdl
each. Frank Davis, remanded from
the 28th, disturbing quiet of night,
nol proa. F. Davis, C. Olscu, C.
Edbcrg, disturbing quiet of night,
remanded to the UOtli, F. Davis,
threatening life, rcmandt'd from the
28th, re-reraanded to the 30th.
Yesterday the British S. S. Glcnelg
Cuptain J, Speedily, anived, 10
days from faogoBaki, having, left
Hong Kong on 1st March, with
-175 Chinamen on board for
Vahcover. 'She'will stay heret two
or three days. C, Brewer &Co., are
The Kuukai brought' 310 bags of
bugwv and 370 bugs of paddy.
Tho Moi brought 2538 bugs of
The steamer Suez, is ndvci Used to
leave San Francisco on April 1st.
A repot t hits been received by the
au'thoi ittcsTronT'Woody Island, Ner
vcy's Bay, that the Alfred Victory,
Captain Boor, which arrived on Wed
nesday night, Jan. 31st, . repot ts
picking up a boat containing a man
named IJellays. lie says that he left
San Francisco on the 12th August
last for Austt alia, and had been 102
day out when picked up. He had
been nearly starved, having capsized
his boat twice and lost nibst of his
provisions watch, compass, &c.
The boat was only 18ft- long. The
man is an American, about 30 years
of age. Melbourne Avstralasimi.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Tiinr.!'. cases of bayonets arrived
by the Chas. Hanson. Our army is
getting more and more formidable
Mr. II. J. Agncw's horse, Coqu
ette, died from double pneumonia or
lung fever about a week before
he returned from the Coast.
Thk following ought to be in
quired into by tho authorities. We
give it simply as we have heard it.
"The escaped lunatic was being
taken back to the asylum with his
hands tied behind him, and in charge
of two keepers. When they got
beyond the Reformatory School one
of them clenched his fibt and struck
the lunatic bcveral timcb behind the
car, and when remonstrated with
said he didn't care for anybody.
Yustekday morning, at about 10
6'olockJ when the Hermann' was
being unloaded off the old Custom
House wharf, her gravel ballast was
shovelled into a heap on tho wharf.
The weight was too much for the
pld rotten timbers to bear and they
gave way and sunk into the harbour,
taking with them sonic 50 tons of
gravel and some bricks just being
unloaded from the' Irwin. About
12 or 15 feet in length of the whole
wharf is gone.
Ycstciday at 0 a. in., a little girl
and boy belonging, to a Hawaiian
named Kapule weie playing in tho
road niauka of the Government
Buildings. They found a gun car
tridge and were playing with it, ham
mering it with a piece of wood, when
it exploded. The little girl freceived
severe injuries to her lef eye and
face and the little boy was injuted
in the hand and leg. The wood was
blown to pieces.- The childicu were
put under Dr. McGrcw's care.
A Country Bide.
Probably many of our readers
have never been down to Pearl River,
aud a little description of the place
will be interesting to them.
Leaving Honolulu behind us with
the What Cheer House, on King
street, we first come to Kalihi, hav
ing passed over as good n road as
there is in the Kingdom. After Ka
lihi, still travelling on fair road, we
come to bonie rice plantations a.
Kahauikij and then to the overhang
ing trees at Moanalua. From this
point the road is in a much worse
condition than the Jirst part.
Leaving Moanalua the road now
pa&ses aloug the side of a high flat
topped hill, and just overhangs a
narrow gorge, thiough which a
slowly over its pearly bed.
groves of cocoanuts and bread-fruit
encircle the houses and break the
monotonous aspect of the hill-side.
But although all is beautiful tho
timid passenger does not enjoy his
hoisc literally clambering up a steep
rock right in the pathway, knowing
that if he (dips or swerves too much
to one side both will be dashed in
pieces on tho rocks bclpw. But na
tive horses are exticmcry sure-footed
and everything is safely passed.1
After a mile or so of this winding in
and out uround the side of tho hill
w o coujc to a spot wjicrc tin original
genius has made a road. He evi
dently had hpard or thought that
paving a load wjth rock was a good
way (o make it last, and he did so.
Unfortunately his knowledge didn't
vtcid to Uiv fact- tmt the rocks
ought to be levelled and placed close
together, so that for a few hundred
yards you travel over whntisi cobble
stone pavement would be -if the
cobblestones weie from C to 18
inches acros1!, with knobs rising in
Uic'nicaiid carefully set from one?
to three inches apatt. As an inter
esting piece of mosaic or an ever
lasting monument of tlie contriver's
genius tho thing is an unapproach
able success, but as a good passable
road for ttalllc tho less said about,
it the better.
After getting over this " ancient
Roman pavement" wo icaeh the
cicsl of the hill, and looking down
sec for the first time the beauties of
the Peat 1 River valley. Far to our
right the valley stretches up amongst
the ancient purple hills, levelling in
their beauteous nppnrcl of peacpek
greens and morning blues. Tho
misty peaks seem enshrouded in
vails of tiansparcnt azure samite,
which the lays of the sun tinges with
all the hues known to painter or
" Fair Dreamland " seems to have
its home here, in reality, and wc can
hardly credit that this is not a
vision. Slowly drawing our eyes away
from) this feastfof'beauty and loveli
ness wc scan the course of the
valley, noting tho eccentric shapes
of the foot-hills and the lovely car
pet of grass which hides everything,
even tho beds of the winter water
courses. Here and there, where the
rain has washed ,off this grassy
covering and blipped it gently down
into a hollow bed, the naked red of
the earth stands out in surprising
relief like gouts of blood on a gar
ment of giceiu
Right' before us the toad winds it
self to the tight and left, showing, in
all its ferruginous aud dusty ochre, a
clear bolder to the heavenly moun
tains, till itcrosses tho little bridge
at Halawa, and rising over a little hill
disappears from sight.
(To he Continued.)
AUCTION SALES BY LYONS & LEVEY.
This Day, Friday,
March 30th. at 10 o'clock a. ni., at Sales
Room, will be held '
Regular Cash Sale
Of Superior '
Dry Goods, lTosiciv,
Undetwear, Cases Kerosene Oil,
Lumps, &c., &c.
SACKS OF NO. 1 SUGAK,
Potatoes and Apples,
Single iiiul Double Rainess,
One New nirbank's Platform Scales.
One Light Open Brewster Buggy, new,
INew Gcnf Wujrnti,
1 Light Open Express Wagon, new.
, Lyons & Lijvky, Auctioned s.
Notice to C'oiiHigiieeH.
. CONSIGNEES lv the Brit
MHrfcr191' s s" " G,t!Ilelg,,, Captain
2HBe Speedily, are requested to
piescnl'thoirBillsof Lading, pay freight
and receive orders for their goods at once
i..., . i "r.". "., 7.r' .
wk xi Agems ior tnu utenct g.
THE LOT OF LAND, with
till thu iiupiovcmrnts thurcon,
owned by the late Chief Just-
ice Harris, now occupied by Mr. J. S.
Walker, Is now offered FOR SALE.
This pioperty is one of the most valu
able ut Wuikiki; all the houses being
in good repair; a tine grove, of cocoanut
tree-, in tho enclosure; the best location
for bathing on tho beach; and can be so
arranged with ltttlo expense to jnafcg
two complete establishments.
Easy terms pan bo.itrrnngoiMor pay.
incut. Foi fin liter particulate upply to
302 21 P. O.JONES, .la.
ONE or TWO SERVANT GIRLS, or
"WOMEN, lor IIoumi vi ink nml for
Minding Childitn. Apply tit
llo'Jlu No. :J School street.
A PAIB of PURE-BRED LINNETS.
Titu Bitij,i:n.v Ofi'ici:.
THE uuderiilgned has sold the Oil
Clothing lit. inch ofhis business to
Messrs. M. AY". McChesney &Son, No. A'i
Thanking tho public for past liberal
putionugo, I would icmicdt for my suc
cessors a continuance of thu Mime.
Match lidth, 188!). !I01 lm
ri"UlE .uudci signed have piucltased
X ft oin M. Davis his Oil L'lotliiiif.'
JJusincss,. and sollcll. ir Vonlimuuioo f
thu generous puttonnjro iCLehed by our
M, "W. McCHEHNEY & SON", ,
' ; ' No. 43 Queen street..
HoiioulultiU"li,S8,,J3f' '", 901,1m,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S ,
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Howc'n Standard Seal ox, endorsed by tho United States
GoVcrnmcnt. Scales for all purposes. Dormant
AVtu chouse Scales, &c, &c.
A new and ctrcfully selected assoitmcnt of
CJiitiivlcllcrH, Lump, and tiantoi'iil-t.
Carriage Lamps of most nppiocd American patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'ents
The Inrgcst atiely to be found
on tlic iMand.
GLOBULAlt & STHEET.LAMPS,
"WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
, The Magncso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases and Bond Cases.
Ath test of the flic proof qualities o'f the Magneso-Calcitc, held on the sand-lot
nenr the City jllall, S.iu Franpisco, Nov. 27llf, a pile of about a cofd of plfch'plne
wood was ptcp.tred, and ilvc gallons t)f tar poured oycrjt. Actual! iron chest, with
a i inch lining of Magncso-calctte was placed in tho centre of the jiile nnd the
mass set lire to. After the chest hud been kept nt a red heat for an hour, it was
taken from tho Arc, cooled with water, and opened, and thu contents, conulsting of
papers and circulars, weie found in a perfect state of preservation, being not at nil
discolored, only slightly warm, aud h'tvlng a ttllllng smell of smoke.
We, the undersigned, wore present at the tibovu test, nnd saw the box opened,
nudiwo certify to thu peifceli preservation of its contents. The entire test wns per.
fectly satisfactory to us. II. L. Donou, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II, Latok,
and others. '
A public test of tho quality of these goods will be made at an early date. '
Reciprocity Relations Ratliei' Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands nnd the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
.T. E3..VIEJWCl.TV, .. '
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and Greneral' "
Office, 87 Merchant stieet, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Laud and property forsalc in all patts of Honolulu and the various Islands. ,
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu nnd suburbs. ' ' '"
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. fl
YOU CIT J3TJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper, at . ,.
PALMEE .& THACHER'S, ;
New Drug- Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN. , u m"i
343' lm u ' ' iter IF YOU DON'T' BELIEVE IT, JTJST TRY'Jt!
Hr J. AGNEW
Begs tfo inform his friends and the public Generally, that
HE HAS MADE COMPLETE ARRANGEMENTS FOR ' ' "
Constant Supply of Hay, Oats, Brail, &C.,1
Oi; tlio Very
AVhichiho will olVer for sale
( i i"
From the I st of next month.
All ordcis will meet with prompt' attention, and will be filled with dispatch. 349
Central Location !
ATTENTION is called to the LOT
adjoining II. Mclntyro's pre4
miscs, on King street, nnd this side of
stores on the corner of Alakca and King
streets, now boing erected by Her Ma
jesty the Queen. , .
Responsible piu'iics who wish to sec
designs etc., and who desire to suggest
about the erection of stores, number of
feet reiptiied, etc., enri'do'so by apply
ing ntonco to the undersigned.
' GEO. W. LINCOLN,
Contractor and Builder, 1)0 King street,
, 'or,J,E. WISEMAN,,
Gcnctal Business Agent, 27 Met chant st.
EST Leases granted for 5 or 10 years.
i $8 per Load, j , .
Bear of Laino's Teed Warehouse.
U5D lw ut Boat Shop.
MR A. HERBERT having received
some cholco varieties of
Vines from California,
is now able to supply 'them in iiunntltlcs
to suit to thoso who would wish to try
the experiment. 'If any tiro doubtful of
the success of It they should go out and
sec his Ranch at Kalihi.
Ity tf Address 1'. O, Box 44
HPIIE undersigned give notice that
X they have obtained a Patent for tin
Improved furnace for the Consumption
of U recti Trash, directly from the mill,
nnd other wet fuel, by menus of intro
ducing a curtcnt of hot air into the tttr
mice, thiough1 hot-air Humes.
This I'atent is bnsulupoii a Caveat
filed In the Iuteilor Depaitment, Oct.
ilUth; 1882, and is superior to all pateuts
issiied after said date.
All persons aro warned against In
flinging this Patent; suit m ill ho
brought against any peisoti so doing.
Full particulars niiiy lie obtained of thu
undersljfiietL or of r jUi Irwin? & Co ,
Agents' T' rP, N, MAKEE, '
W lm ' ti, HAlUUtWN. ' '
. Jrr imrrwrf 3f -
1 ' 't
nt tho Lowc&t Possible Rnlcs,
TTTTT?' L " ,r " "' L '
HASREMOVED his Ofllcc and Rcsi
dence to the
Cor. omirlinr'ilH nml llrrclnnin HtH.
Office Honits 8 to 10 a.m.; 1 to 3
351 p.m.: Cc'ffl to 7:U0p.m 3n
To be, found at G. H. Hobertson'n
ofllcc, Queen street. ' 334
MBS. O.'A. MIDDLET0N,
Orders can bo loft with J,W. Ron-
300 ehtbon & Co. lm
, , H. Y. HAEDING
HAS OPENED AN OFFICE at W.
Fenncll's Harness Shop, No. 02
illlt Collected and Book Accounti
Attended to. Orders respectfully solicit.
ed and promptly attended to. 358 lm
THE undersigned iequcsts,all parties
indebted to him to pay at tho shop
on the Bay Horso premises, nt oneo, as
he intends leaving Honolulu shortly.
NEW GOODS !
Per City of Now York, from Sydriey,
, Portmanteaus -
And Valises I
ALL SIZES, '
At Astonishingly Low Prices
J. II. LYNOH'W, ' ' I
No. 88'Kiug street; '"
IS" Tito above ate mnmlfncturcrtfrom.
the best Australian Leather. 383
ONK5.1NOII SURVEYOIVS l'lN
SIT (comulcto). now nnd1 In per
feet order, Apply to ' .x,lr
830 bv , ,M. p, MomuauiuTi Surveyor,
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