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Mil. JOSEPH BTUA'BT Is authorized
to collect nil accounts duo Tm:
Daily Buu.kiin, on nnd after this diilc,
whoso receipt for the same will be mi In
dent. Daily Bulletin OIUcc,
Honolulu, Full, mill, 1880.
flic $n11b IfulWiii
FRIDAY, APRIL (i, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Ladies' Prayer Electing, Foil Si.
Chui'L'li, tit !3 o'clock.
CVENINCL . , ,
Regular Monthly ATcctnitt or L.
mil II. R. A., tit 7':.'!().
Polynesia Kneanipiiieiit, nl 7 :!10.
imp. OnliT of Red Men, nt 7:.'1().
"Moi'iihijiSliiv Lodge, K. of J. 7 :!10.
iMusienl Society, Practice, 7:i!l).
The agricultural society
have advertised for some time thai
they will hold their llvst anmlal show
iu June, hut in order to make it a
success it is necessary that there
should be exhibits at the show. The
varied and extensive list of prizes,
already made public shows, that the
Committee have carefully thought
over all the classes of exhibits which
it would be proper to have at their
exhibit. It now remains for the pub
lic to show that they appreciate the
care and expense which has been
gone to by the gentlemen who have
interested themselves in the matter,
by getting ready U exhibit whatever
they can that will add to the interest
or value of the exhibition.
. It is not necessary here to dilate
on the many advantages that will
accrue not only to exhibitors, but to
the whole population of the islands,
from successful shows of this kind,
or to do more than briefly allude to
the healthy spirit of rivalry in im
provement of agriculture and horti
culture that the competition will call
forth. "What we have most at heart
at present is to sajT that the list of
exhibits for which prizes arc offered
is of so varied and comprehensive a
nature that there is haidly a man,
woman or child iu the kingdom Jmt
that possesses something they can
exhibit. Those who have not cattle,
horses, sheep or swine, may have
poultry ; those who have no dairy
produce may have mats, kapa, hats,
or calabashes; those who do not
grow sugar, coffee, rice or taro, may
have roses, ferns, geraniums, or
fuschias; while those who do not
even grow llowcrs or fruits may
gather them, and having arrauged
them in a bouquet, receive u prize
' for that.
Slight as has been our rantmc of
tho articles for which prizes arc
offered, it will be seen that there is
hardly a class of objects connected
with agriculture or horticulture
which is not represented. It re
mains therefore for our rcadcis and
their friends to select in what class
or classes they will compote for
prizes, and to set to work immedi
ately to make sure, as far as possi
ble, of getting that prize. "Wo wish
to all every success that should at
tend on perseverance.
A daring attempt at burglary was
discovered yesterday morning.
Messrs. Castle & Cooke's premises
were entered dming the night of the
1th, or early in the morning of the
3th hist. On "Wednesday night the
premises wero securely locked up,
as usual, and the different employees
went home. On leturningyesteiday
morning the back door and the iron
shutter of one cellar window near to
it were found opened, from the "in
side. On entering tho building it
was found that most determined
efforts had been made to get the
cash-drawers open, butunsuccesa
fully. Apparently nothing was miss
ing from the stock. From this fact
it appeals to have been the work of
some one who had observed where
the money was kept, and a native
youth, who was hanging louud the
establishment all day, is suspected.
-Tho one cash drawer is in tho sjiop,
and this is locked by a complicated
system of levers, which the burglar
failed to master, he then tried to cut
the wood-wot 1; through, but gave it
up after considerable hacking. Ho
K2xl went to the cash drawer in tho
olllce, and succeeding in wrenching
off .the brass handle of the drawer
and iu breaking the lock, so that its
key would not open it. This did
not succeed so lime; as bclbie, he
attempted to cut open the wood
woik, and after spoiling consider
able part of the mouldings of the
handsome desk in which the drawer
is, he gave up the attempt and wont
away, probably being disturbed at
. his nefarious work. 1 to used a 3trong
iron pincers, taken from another
room, iu his efforls to force the
It is surmised that he opened tho
iron cellar abutter, which only opens
fiom inside, after the boys had
fastened it, and then slipped out
before the shop was fastened up for
the night. This would leave him an
easv mode of ingress.
Wednesday, April -1.
S. Roth vs. S. K. "Kaiii, action of
assumpsit for 801 ; continued by
consent to the 11th. T. B. Murray
vs. J). K. Fyfc. aution of assumpsit
for $r 1 ; Continued to the Cth. E.
Kistler vs. Ahi, action of assumpsit
for 12. d(); settled out of court,
costs 62. J. S. McGrcw vs. 15. A.
Peircc (IJ. F. Bollcs, garnishee),
action of assumpsit for $09.13, re
turnable on the Gth. Uu vs. Kamiha.
action of tort ; settled out of Court,
costs 82. Foster & Co. vs. Kalawa
ia, deserting conti act service; set
tled out of Court, costs $2.
ClilMlXAL CAIXNDAlt. ,
"Wednesday, April '6.
"Winiiield, remanded from 3rd,
fined 815, costs 3, and sentenced
to hard labour, and ordered to file
bond of $100 to keep tho peace for
one year. Kaawalauole, remanded
from 3rd, reprimanded and returned
to patents. Xnpoliona, assault and.
battery, fined $8, and 1 costs.
Pahukula, gross cheat, remanded to
Thuisday, April 3.
Hailama, assault and battery, fined
&7, and $3 costs. Pahukula, rc-
fiom 4th, io-iemanded to
The Caibarien, Capt. Hubbard, is
in the stream, loading sugar. She
will leave for San Francisco on Sat
urday. The schr Lcahi took a load of
coal to the Oceanic on Wednesday
night, and returned next morning.
The schr Chas. Hanson was haul
ed down from the Marine Railway
on 'Wednesday afternoon, and the
.7. F. Miller was hauled up. The
former vessel is now lying at the
mail dock, loading sugar. She will
leave for San Francisco on Saturday
or Sunday a.m.
The whaler Josephine will dis
charge 123 bbls sperm oil' to-day at
The bktne Eleanor Vernon arrived
yesterday, 118 days from New York
consigned to Castle & Cooke.
Tha topsail schr Page, Capt. Mc
Kinncy, juried off port yesterday.
She is going to the Arctic to trade.
The Sadie F. Caller was off port
The Waimanalo and Lcahi were
engaged in landing Chinese emmi
grants from the Occnuic ' yesterday
The "Wtiinianalo brought '175 bags
Local & general items.
His Majesty paid u visit to the S.
S. Oceanic yesterday.
Tin: Chinese, brought by the
Oceanic, were lauded at tho (Juarau
tine-Station ycbtordtiy. "
Wj: notice that our contcinpoiary
the' lh'esx has succeeded in persuad
ing tho "U. S, Consul to get a new
fiajj". It was time.
Jt appears that tho donation of
iuocrcain to. tho patieiits of Quooh'b
Hospital ou Sunday laht, w.ib inudo
by the Trustees of tbo Lunalilo
At tho ' annual mouting. of tho
Doutsyhcr Voroin tho following
gciitloiuuii wero elected oillccra for
the oiibuing term: President, W.
Ilacrteii3; Vice-President, 0. 0.
Bcrgor; Secretary and Treasurer, E.
Kruse. Wo hope they will have a
lUussits. Lyons) & Levey .will hold
a sale of Engiaviiigs, Chromos,
Fancy Ai tides, &c, &c, to-morrow
evening, at 7 o'clock at their sales
Tito juiy, iu the case of Ilailama
Kamckoiiu and Kaai, who wore tried
at the Supiemu Court for thu man
slaughter of Pniohi, brought in a'
verdict of guilty of assault and
battery. Tliejiiis.oners were then
lcmanded till to-Iv for sentence.
At 3:30 p.nn yesterday Mr.
Duvics' housc.iind grounds on 2suu
aiiu Avenue were tin own open for
the reception and welcome to the
Bishop of Honolulu'. The Band was
present and played some beautiful
selections. "Wc give fuller parti
Mi:sm:s. Elders' & Co. aie showing,
just now some very natty gents'
underwear in silk finished Balbrig
gan and Lisle suits, in patterns of
stripes and plain colors. Even socks
are shown to match. Scarlet medi
cated suits are also much worn and
robes tU nult with fronts, cull's and
collars, elaborately patterned are (he
latest style. Pa-jama sets a'ro also
At 3:15 p.m. yesterday afternoon
the tug Pole conveyed a large num
ber of passengers to the steamer
Oceanic, lying outside the harbor
and bound to San Francisco'.
Amongst those who went, a full list
of which appears in another column,
was Judge McCully, who takes a
well earned vacation of six months,
"during which he will make an ex
tended tour in America and'Etaropb.
Ix days gone by a loan was au
thorized and bonds issued under it
for six months. The question was
raised at that .time as to whether a
re-issue could.be made of these
bonds, or whether they were already
a complete issue under the meaning
of the Act. The hitter was then de
cided to be the case. Wc hear, how
ever, that this decision has been re
versed, and that the Government arc
about to boriow, money, some say at
9 per cent.
The CustonvVHousb&fflccr has
come out iu a new light; as a Censor
Morum. "Whilst a l and O. steam
ship was discharging her cargo, a
box was broken open, and revealed
to the chaste eyes of one of Pier
Majesty's officials several slabs on
which the female form divine was
depicted with beauty unadorned.
The "said official promptly seized
them all, labelled them "Indecent,"
and confiscated them. But his zeal
for a good cause cooled somewhat
later on, when the case was found
to bo a consignment of antique
marbles for the Marquess of Ribon.
If the provisions of the French
expulsion commission bo adopted,
the King of the Bolivians 'will be
aflccted by it. and His Majesty will
be unable to cross tho Fienoh
frontier, as tho bill applies to all
descendants' of thoso who havo
reigned in France, and King Leopold
11, belongs to the Orleans lamuy.
This is a contr snips that was not
thought of. , , j
AtWnimt, Onliu, pa April 5th, John
'. Iuua, uged 21 yoairi and 1 month.
rf-wvl. CONSIGNEES per l Elinor
,2ifflg Vornon," will pleaso eall for
,-feiSiIn'der, nnd pay freight. ..
& CASTLE ii COOKE,
!I08 at Agents.
rpiIEltE wilUlio a Beguhir Business
1 Meeting of tho Honolulu Llbiary
and Bcailini; Boom Assouiation at their
Booms, THIS fFritlny) EVENING,
Apiil l, at 7;0 o'clock, nt which a full
attendance is rcmu'Sted.
MS H C. II. BABTON, Bco'y.
Sewi ii, g; x Xf o in
Apply immediately at the
Die.ssinttklng l'aiiom of
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN I OF
Howe's Standard Sralen, endorsed by the UnltodStntcs
Government. Scales Tor nil purposes. Dormant
Warchomo Scales, i:c, Ac.
A new and circfully (.elected nsoUinont of
Oliumlcl lev, JjnmpH, nmt XiIuiLca-jiin.
Cairiage Lamps of most approved American patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'ents
The largest vnilcly to lie found
on the Islands.
GLOBULAR & STREET. LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD ie PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a now discovery, . . . . .
The Magneso-Oalcite Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel CVes and Uoiul Cases.
At a test of tins Ilicprool qualities of the Mngneso-Cnlcito, held on'thc santMot
near the City Hull. San Francisco, Nov. 27lh, a pile of about a cord of pitch-pine
wniul u'iw nri'ivivi'd. unit llvn villous of tar untiral over it. A small Iron chest, with
a - inch lining of Magnus') cilcite was placed In tho centre of tho pile niul the
mass bet Hid to. Atter the elicit Iriil hucn'kupl at n red heat for nn hour, it'was
taken lrom thu lire, cooled wilh water, anil opened, anil tho content, consisting of
papei.s and circular-", were found In a perfect state of preservation, being not nt all
discolored, only slightly warm, and h ivlnj? a tillling small of smoke. ,
We,,thu undersigned. wure,pre-ent at the above test, nnd s.uvthe box opened,
aiul wc nt'itlfy to Hie perfect preservation of Its contents. Tho'ciitlru let was per,
fectly satisfactory to us. II. L. Donor., (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. LAton,
A public test ol.tho quality ol those goods will bo made at an early date..
' ' "ii, '
Reciprocity Relations 'Ratlier Revivifying
4 i - '
Between the Hawaiian Islands and the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
.F. 55. WISEMAN,
Roal Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General i
Business Agent, '
Otlloc, 27 Jlctclmtit fctrcet, ---.. 'Hawaiian Gazt'ttc Block.1
The only lecognlsced Ileal Estate Broker in the Kingdom., ,,
Land and properly for sale in all pails of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses' to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburb'. ,
Booms to rent, en.suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
. YOU O.TN' 33TJY - ' '
EDiCENES AND TOILET ARTICLES:
25 per cent Cheaper at
New Trug Stove, ' s
THAN ANY OTHER STOKE IN .TOWN. "
43 lin BST IP YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, JST .TBYIT.
Goods in Every Department Marked Dowii
, " v .A-iiil oVEu'hL 1c Hold- - - .
TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW &. VARIED STJOCK
To nrilvo shortly fiom Eastern and Euiopean Markets.
The Leading Millinery House of Chas. J. Fisliel.
JTUVO OFFICES, upstair.-, iu the
X f building occupied by the under.
'Ml if J. AV. ItOBEHTriON & Co.
HAS HEMOVED his Olllce and Bed
dunce to thu
Cor. of ltlclinrdH ami Jterctnuln WtH.
Ofi'ice Houiis 8 to 10 a.m.; 1 to U
p.m.; Hi30 to 7:80 p.m.,
To be found tit U. II. Bobcitson's
olllce, Queen btrcet. U34
rpiIE undcrslgued lin4 sold llio Oil
X Clothing Branch of his business to
MehSis. M. "WT-McCliesney &Son, No. 42
Oliecn street. ' '
T)ittiikiug the publle for jiabt.Jiberal
pationngc, I would request for my sue
cesiors a contiuuaiico of the same.
, , . M. UAVIS.
March 2dlh, 188:l! ' JJOl lm
rnilE undewlgned havo purchased
X from M. Davis his Oil Clothing.
Btthiness, and solicit a conlinuanco of
11m generous patipmif,'o received, by our
M. "r. McOIIESNEV & SON,
No. J2 (Jueen btrcet.
Honolulii,Mntoli 2tf, 18a!l'. 01 lin
rpiIE nnd erslgncd glyo notice that
X I hey have obtained a Patent for ail
Improved fuimico for tho Consumption
of Giecn Trash, dliectly fiom the mill,
and other wet fuel, by means of intro
ducing a current of hot air into the lur
mice, tlnoiigh hot-air flumes.
Thin Patent is bused upon a Caveat
tiled iu thu Interior iJupni'piicut, Oct.
ilUlh, 1882, and is supuiiorto ail patents
issued alter said date,
All persons are warned against in
fringing this Patent; suit will bo
Inought ag.uiibl any pcianu mi doing.
Full pnrliculuifi may bu obtained of thu
uudcihlgned, or of w,. G, Irwin iJjC'o,
Agents. " 1, X. MAKEE,'
A NEW BETARTU11E I
Cabinet m.a. lc e v
No. C3.'. . .:. .Hotel street,
t . t i t . r i
Opposite International Hotel,
Between Nuuami and Fort streets,
rpHE public will please tnkc,nclco
X that i have jtist dpened iu the nbovo
liremihcs, and as I am a thorough prac
tical inecbanio in my lino of business
having done some of the finest work at
the Palace and other residences in Hono
lulu recently would therefore nost re
spectfully soliolt a call, fiom the com.
Flue upholstered work in eveiy variety
Drapery and Ltiiiibicquiucti of every
description niiule to ordor.
Curved and polislied window cornices
neatly made find airangcd.
Bepahingand polishing Pianos, Mu
sical Boxes, etc.
'fltollnest Fi onvli and varnished pol-,
Ishiugdonu iu the Kingdom.
Caipels, 011-cIothiiiid inntting cut ami
laid at short notice.
Allwoik guaianteed .ind done on the
most rciihonablo tenns. ' UOl'ly
ALL persons luiving qltdnis ngiiiiibt
tho Estate of T. V, Wangeifliulm,
will pleaso present their bills, ami all
persons indobtud to thU, Estuto'will
pleaso settle accounts by imvinent to
H. t. gLaie,
5J04 at CpnhuJ for Austria and Hllligiiry
A DRAFT for a.00; No. 187 1 drawn
on II. Hackfcld, ti Cp., by Hiua
Plantation, Puymcnti stopped.
ao.jm oscAit unna.
t (JABPENTElt & JOBBEB,
No. 18 King St., near thu Bridge.
All kjmls of small jobs, such as guto uud
feiico mendini;, &c,, nttended to and ul
moderate cluuges, ,i8031y