Newspaper Page Text
MR. JOSEPH STUART Is authorized
to collect all accounts duo Tub
DAily Bulletin, on and after this date,
whoso receipt for the same will ho sulll
clcnt. Daily Bulletin Ofllcc,
Honolulu, Feb. IDih, 1883.
$f It itilg ijuiyin
MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Uaud ut Emma Square, ':'d0.
Monthly mooting M. B. U., '7:30.
Regular Monthly meeting of Guild
of Soiih of the lolani College, at
Cathedral Close, 7:30.
Harmony Lodge, l.O.O.F.
Saturday, March 31.
T. K. Foster & Co. vs. Kalalii, re
manded from 30th ordered to return
to cinploj'vr. costs $3.
Bk. Ferris S. Thompson arrived
at Kahului on Thursday with a load
of coal, from British Columbia, for
The Kilauea brought 1,003 bgs su
gar, and 10 bgs corn.
The Iwalanl brought -1 ,200 pkgs su
gar. The Wnimalii brought 53(i bgs su
gar. The slmr. Lelitui brought 411 bgs
C 11 Bishop brought 1,705 bgs su
gar and 078 bgs paddy.
Schr Jennie Walker brought 2,010
Schr Pohoiki brought 30 cords of
Stmr Mokolii brought 2U0 bg su
gar and 338 bgs rice.
Schr Nettie Merrill brought 1,500
Stmr. Iwalani will leave for Maala
ea Bay and Kau only, at 4 p.m. to
day, due on Sunday morning.
The Likelikc brought 1790 bags
Local & General items.
Ox Fiiday evening an old resi
dent, U. K. Flitncr died in the
Ox Saturday evening the Mokolii
took 35 lepers to the settlement at
Ox Saturday 24 lepers were
brought in mostly from the other
islands. It is said to be rare to see
a leper now on tho other islands.
Ox Friday evening at 9 o'clock
water was struck in the Artesian
"Well, now being bored in Thomas
Square, at a depth of 475 feet.
Uormg is being continued.
- .. , .--.
Ox Saturday no business was tran
sacted at the Criminal Sessions of
the Police Court. This is the first
time bince the coming into operation
of the new Liquor Law, we think.
Tiik sale of furniture, held by
Messrs. Lyons & Levey, on Friday,
a't'tnc premises lately occupied by
the Japanese , Embassy, realized
nearly 2,000. '
We call our readers' attention to
the fact that dividends of $30 and
88 respectively on the shares of the
Wailuku Sugar Co. and the Hawaiian
Agricultural Co. are payable to-day
at C. Brewer & Co's.
The boat boys arc reaping a
harvest just now from the loads of
(Juinamcn that they take out in the
evening from tho shore around tho
Glenclg and back. Is there anybody
on board to prevent smuggling?
Two hundred thousand people are
asked to contribute a nickel apiece to
build a church in Texas. It should
be called the Church of St. Nickel-us,
and when it is in operation it is to bo
hoped the old Nickel have less to do
in Texas. fix.
Tiik coming crop at Falialu aud
Naalclui, Kau, is looking extraordi
narily well, according to latest
reports, owing to tho quantity of
rain. For some years past this dis
trict lias been very droughty so that
tlm (ihaiiire is welcome.' All tho
mills are busy grinding.
Some three mouths ago or so tlio
lamp post at the corner of Emma
and Beretania street was knocked
down by a runaway wagon, It lias
uovcr been replaced since. Why is
,this parsimony on the part of the
Government? Ato they of the opin
ion that no light is needed there?
If (hoy are so, the residents arc not.
fi' Ox Saturday night the large bus
with four horses had to be added to
the ordinary bus to convey the peo
ple of'ralanm back, who had come
in at the alarm of lire.
Wr. learn that Mr. W. It. Castle
has paid Mr. "W. Attld's line for pub
lishing the Coronation hula, ns he
promised to do, and Mr. Auld has,
in consequence, withdrawn his ap
peal to the Supreme Court. "We un
derstand that the flue was paid on
condition that Mr. Auld donated
that amount to the Kaumakapili
Ox Saturday night the town was
roused bv an alarm of fire. A tre
mendous blaze was seen up the val
ley. It was plainly observable over
two miles away. The llrcmen and
engines promptly turned out but it
was only a bonfire of rubbish in the
yard of Mr. T. II. Davies.
On Fiiday some prisoners weic
digging holes for palmtrees in the
grounds makai of the Government
Building. They dug two holes
and at the bottom or each they found
a skeleton. It appears that, in the
reign of Kainehamcha HI., a bar
rack stood on the spot, and when
the soldiers died they were buried
in that spot.
Ox Saturday morning
belonging to Mr. Dowsctt,
being loaded with salt at the wharf,
inakaiofC. Brewer & Co's. The
horse was backed towards the wharf,
and, being a young horse kept on
backing, and finally went over
board, right over a small schooner,
into the harbour. It swam
ashore at the Fish-market and is
not much the worse for its ducking.
Ax inspection of Mr. Mclncrny's
goods will amply repay those who
have money to lay out in his wares.
T', mention things briefly he has
some splendid new designs, patterns
and styles in gold and silver Waltham
watches, and as for diamond jewellery
it must be a very unstable taste that
would find nothing to please amongst
his selection in this line. Such varieties
of setting and arrangement from
solitaire to cluster, or fancy spray,
that the sight alone is a lesson in art.
The newest things in bracelets are a
single bangle with small medallion, in
enamel, or a landscape embossed in
the various shades of burnt gold.
Many other beautiful and elegant
things we saw which we leave for a
Correspondence is' solicited on the lop.
ies of the day, or what may become so
We reserve the light to excise purely
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
Editok Bulletin : I am a
stranger, lately arrived on these fair
shores, attracted hither by glorious
descriptions of your beautiful clira
ate and the ease aud luxury of life
out here. I am a capitalist and seek
investment for a modest sum of pelf.
I fancy I see fine opportunities for
enterprise, but certain things have
arrested my attention 'and detain me
from committing myself. I am told
on one hand that tho government is
unstable, the throno is shaky, the
ministry ate incompetent, and with
ominous shake of the head I am told
every thiiig is going wrong! wrong!
though no substantial ren
given why everything is
sou is j
wrong. On the other hand I see
every evidence of prosperity. I see
business nourishing, real cstato and
blocks are buoyant in value, planta
tions report successful crops, and in
fact I see on every side the busy
hum of Industry, thrift and prosper
ity. I sec the government actively
and intelligently employed in carry
ing out the provisions of a liberal
Legislature, and in every way pre
serving and protecting tlio uatlonal
welfare. Still the public press would
have me believe that ruin is blaring
us in tho face, and hothatwotild in
vest his money in llilu kingdom
would be a bold and reckless man.
Though 1 may be inclined to accept
the evidence of my observation I nin
afraid there may be points on whh h
I may not be properly informed.
Hither the public press of Honolulu
is edited and assisted by a set of
communistic unprincipled political
tricksters or else the evidences of
prosperity arc all a veneer that is
not substantial. "Will you, Mr.,
Editor, or will some of your friends
be good enough to help inc out of a
quandary: Am I to believe accord
ing to the public press and certain
individuals that the State of Hawaii
is rotten, and to venture into affairs
here were ruin? Or am I to believe
in the roseate picture 1 had drawn
to myself of happy, peaceful, pros
perous life, in this beautiful tropic
kingdom ? Stuanokh.
We think tiie strictures of our
correspondent on the newspapers
hero arc wholly unwarranted and
proceed most probably from a
mistaken notion of what the news
papers arc, and have been, saying.
They do not, and have not, said that
the country is not prosperous but
that it will become uuproperous, if
the present state of a Hairs is allowed
to go on. But everyone has a right
to express his' opinions and so we
allow 'Stranger' to give his free vent
in our columns. It may provoke a
useful discussion. E.
1'iom Our Own Conrsponilcnl.
The bark Ferris S. Thompson,
Capt. Potter, arrived on March 27,
from Nanainio, with a cargo of coal
for the H. C. C.
Tho schr Rosario, Capt. Swift,
sailed March 29th, for San Fran
cisco, with 40G3 bags of sugar, whg.
402,310 lbs., valued at 30,185.50.
A CARPENTER, for a Plantation.
II. 1IACKFELD & Co.
A DIVIDEND of $30 a share will bo
paid upon Wailuku Sugar Co's
atoclc tins uaj', at tlio niiice ni
C. BREWER & Co.
A DIVIDEND of $8 a share will bo
paid upon the Hawaiian Agricul
tural Co's Slimes this day, atthe oitice of
C. BREWER & Co.
ALL persons having claims against
the Estate of T.'V. Waiigciihclm,
will please present their bills, and all
persons indebted to this Estate will
please settle accounts by payment to
II. F. GLADE,
304 31 Consul for Aulria and Hungary.
rpilE co.pmtiicrship heretofore exist.
X ing between Patrick .Mclncrny &
I'lioums. Daly, known as " Mclncrny,
Daly it 'Co." in the Confectionery and
Cigar business, carried on at No. 02
Niiuanu street, Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent Hie business will be
earned on uy i: .aic.mcrny
March 31, 1883.
JTnst Opened. !
Grocery and House Furnishing
114 Nuuiuiu street, (above Beretania st.)
NEW GOODS Imported FRESH MODS
AT LOW PRICES.
Kerosene Oil a specially.
C39Sco the Family Kerosene Oil Cau,
with lock faucet.
N.R Goods delivered free of charge,
aud satisfaction guaranteed, or goods
returned. lill-t ly
A NEW DEPAltTUKE !
No. Oil Hotel btreel,
Opposite International Hotel,
Between Nuuanu and Fort streets.
rpiIE public will please take notice
X that I have just opened In tho above
premises, and as I am a thorough prac
tical mechanic in my lino of business
having done somo of the rlnc&t work at
tho Palace aud other resiliences in Hono
lulu recently would therefore most re
spectfully solicit a call from tie com.
Flue upholstered work in evciy variety
Drapery and Lambrequlncs of every
description mado to order.
Carved and polished window cornices
neatly made and arranged.
. Repairing and polUhlug Pianos, Mu.
slciil Boxes, etc
The finest French and varnished pol-
isulnguone in tlio Kingdom,
Carpels, Oil-cloth aud matting cut and
laid at short notice
ui ai snort nonce.-
All work Kuaranteed and done on tho
most reasonable terms. it)64 ly
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Howc'm Standard Sen leu, endorsed by tho United States
Government, Scales for all purposes. Dormant
Warehouse Scalc3, &c, &v,
A new and cnrcfully selected assortment of
Clumrtelicix, IjiimpWj and Utmtci'hN.
Carriage Lamps of most approved American patterns.
Plows antl Agricultural Impl'onts
The largest variety to be found
on the Hands.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
The Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases and Uond Cases.
At a test of the lire proof (nudities of the Magneso-Calcite, held on the sand-lot
near the CityHall, San PranciMCo Nov. 27th, n pile of about a cord of pltch-plno
wood was prepared, and live gallons of tar poured over it. A,small Iron chest, with
a . inch lining of Miumeso-calcltc was placed in the centre of tho pile and tho
mass set lire to. After the chest had been kept, at a red heat for an hour, It was
taken from tho lire, cooled with water, and opened, and tho contents, consisting of
papers and circulars, were found In a perfect state of preservation, being not at all
discolored, only slightly warm, and having n trilling smell of smoke.
We, the under-iigned, were present at the above test, and saw the box opened,
.and we certify to tho perfect preservation of its contents. The entire test was per.
fcelly satisfactory to us. 11. L. Donoi:, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.);' C. H. Laton,
A public tost ol tho quality ol tlioso goods will bo mado at an oarly dalo.
Keciprocity Kelatious Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
.JT. 3E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 27 Merchant street, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker In tho Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease ami rent, in Honolulu and suburb''.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
"STOTT CAN BUTT
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
3Vew iOnig; Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
343 lin 8ST 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, Braii, ;&c,
Ol' Llic Very BchL Quality,
AVhich he will oiler for sale at the Lowest Possible Rates,
From the I st of next month.
All orders will meet with prompt attention, and will be filled with dispatch. 349
Apply immediately at the
Dressmaking Parlors of
B. F. EHLEHB & Co.,
aoilw k Fort street.
ONE or TWO SERVANT GIRLS, or
WOMEN, for House work and for
Minding Children. Apply at
!)fiO lw No. !) School street.
A PAIR of PURE'-BRED 'LINNETS.
x. Apply at
Pot) tw Tin; Boij.ui'in Oi'viai.
To bo found at G. II. Robertson's
office, Queen 'street. , J8I
MBS. 0. A. MIDDLETON,
Orders can bo loft with J. W. Ron
800 HHTSON & Co. lin
Ortlce, No. 07 Hotel street.
All kinds of Baggage nnd Parcels do.
llvcred In all parts of tho city with dis
patch. Having a
I am prepared to haul SAND and other
material, and make or repair foot
puthb', either by loud, day, or
Stand at Ramsay's Store, Hotel street,
W. T, Mf oDonald, i Proprietor, j
MO Olllco hours 0 a.m. to 0 p.m.
HAS REMOVED his Office and Rcsb
deuce to tho
Car. or JticluiritH mill Ilcrctnnia Ht8.
Oi'KioK Houns 8 to 10 a.m.; 1 to 8
8S1 p.m.: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m 8m
MR A. HERBERT .having received
some choice varieties of
Vines from California,
Is now ab'.o to'supply them In quantities
to suit to tlioso who would wUh 'to try
the experiment. If any aro doubtful of
tho success of it they should go out and
see nis Kancu at Jiallui,
fi30tf , Address P. O. Bqx 44
TIIE undersigned has sold the ,011
Clothing Branch of Ills business to
Messrs. M. Wi McChcsney'&Son, No. 43
Thanking the public for past liberal
patronuge, I would request for my suc
cessors a contlnuaheo of tho same.
March 28th, 1883. 301 lni
NeTiceT ' '
rpiIE undersigned have purchased
A from M. Davis Ids Oil Clothing
Business, aud solicit a continuance of
the generous patronago received by our
No. 42 Queen struct.
Honolulu. Match U8, 1883. 301 lm
THE undersigned give notice that
they have obtained a Patent for an
Improved furnace for tho Consumption
of Green Trash, directly from the mill,
and other wet fuel, by means of intro
ducing a current of hot air Into the fur.
mice, through hot-air flumes.
This Patent is based upon1 a Caveat
tiled iu tlio Interior Department, Oct.
80th, 1882, and is superior to all patents
issued after said date.
All persons aro warned against in
flinging this Patent; suit will bo
brought against any poison so doing.
Full particulars rimy be obtained of the
undersigned, orofW. G. Irwin &Co,
Agents. P. N. MAKEE,- "
G. HOSGHA.VES, I
8501m ,,8..HAHRISONt .ttM