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Mil. JOSEPH STUART lsnutlioiicd
lo colkct ail nceounls duo Thk
'Daily Uum.i.tis, on find utter this iluiu.
w lios-c icceipt foi tho 'UlllC will 1)0 Mllll-
u DAtt.V Hm.t utij? OIllcc,
Honolulu, Feb. lllth,188'l.
tb jpailji bulletin,
TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Hible Class at Lyceum at 7:!t0.
(rumbling is frequently heard in
this tbwn over the expense of adver
tising, and yet the highest rates here
must be a mciu bagatelle compared
w itti those on the Coast. A gentle
man, now in this city, put an ader
tisement of 'JO words, occupying a
space of less than an inch in the
Alta Uuiijornui. it lippenrcu 'o
times, for which they charged him
S'10. If $2.50 had' been charged for
it here a howl would have been rais
ed about the frightful expense of
advertising. Computing adveilis
ing lates here with those in England
and the Colonies we find, again,
that here they are lower consider
ably. And yet people aic not satis
fied. They constantly come round
and say, "Oh, 'we aie going to put
an advertisement in your paper to
help you along," and when the
charge sulllcient lo pay expenses
and buy yourself food and clothing
is made they gi limbic. They want
to help you along lo starvation !
Monday, Apiil ft.
Kauhi. lemauded from 6th, found'
not guilty, and discharged N Dcllix,
rcni'inded from Cth, lined $ 10, and
SI. 30 costs. Pnhon, Frank. Ilaka
laau, Kakaiu, Kakalia, Lieinn, AY.
Edwards, Smith, drunks, foifeitcd
SG bail each. Kekaula, drunk, for
feited $10 bail. Wong Yan, Lam
Kau, l'ong Siii, Lee Chew, Haw
Sliing, Wong Yuen Shing, Wong
Kew, gaining, not. jnos. Le Wong,
Lc Chew, Ah Choy, violating Sab
bath, lined $1. and $1.10 each. Ah
Po. remanded fiom 0th, 15 days
haul labor, costs $1.30. II.Wil
Hams, drunk and disoidcrly, lined
.$5, and costs $3.10. Nawela, and
Puukaua, affiay, foifeitcd $10 bail
each. Kiliei, assault and battery,
forfeited $10 bail. Iwela, disordcily
conduct, forfeited $10 bail.
Wilder & Co. vs. Kiekie, deserting
contract service, oulercd to return
to employer costs $3.
(Iu future civil business will only
be taken on Monday's and Thurs
day's.) ' '
j x ' SHIPPING NOTES.
. The Amelia and the Otago sail to
day for the Sound.
The Mokolii brought 1,500 bags
paddy, 300 bags sugar, and -110 bags
' The Inter Island Steam Naviga
tion Co., placed a new Bulletin board
, at the Iwalani's dock, last week.
The Marion brought 491 bags
sugar, the Waimanalo brought C0Q
bags sugar, and 240 bags rice.
' The Caterina brought CC0 bags
11 Chinese left for Ilong Kong
yesteiday by the Amy Turner.
LOCAL ds GENERAL ITEMS.
Whkk you got on the spree keep
a civil tongue in your head.
Satukuay's list of arrests at the
Police Station, was longer than has
been usual for sometime past.
Ox Saturday night the lOlbt de
gree was 'conferred with great eclat.
May Its numbers increase.
Tim llussiau sailors are busily
engaged inspecting the town. A
lino brawny feet of. fgllows they are
No Jury will be icquircd at the
.Supremo, Court, tins inprniug,(as tho
Court will sit at 10 o'clock, to try
cases iu which the light to lm'o a
Jury has been waived. Tho Foieign
Jury .Yi!l,bu1i,e(,imeil,-liowcvpr, to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock,
Jilt. Cunha repoits having had
possession of a young mullet with
two heads. It was inadvertently
Any person who lost 830 will, on
proving owncrship-to K. McKcnguc,
at the Station House, receive their
What has become of those mili
tary instructors Hint a ceilain gen
tleman who left our shoies a few
months buck was to send on here V
Srnscitmr.iH to the Telephone
system may now connhunicate with
Waialua and Waianac. Direct com
munication was arranged on Saturday.
On Sunday, in anticipation of the
dcpaituic of the steamer, the friends
of Messrs. Iaukea and Poor gave
tliein a farewell dinner, and wished
llictn hon voyaye and a safe return.
Ox Satin day night theic was a
row at the Empire saloon between
linlf-a-dozcn of the Wehusctt
sailors, and some 20 or 30 natives.
Some of the ringleaders were arrested
No serious injuries inflicted.
Orn readers' attention is specially
drawn to the fact that, in future,
civil business will only be transacted
in the Police Court on Mondays and
Thursdays, beginning with this
Tin: Liliue Plantation paid last
week n dividend of $70,000. As
theic aiebut 14 shares, the fortunate
holder of each share received $5,000.
It is expected that other dividends
will be paid this year.
Tni'itr. has been a greater export
to the United Sta'cs during the
quarter just ended by $500,000, than
dining the same quarter of the. year
1882. Dmiug last quarter the
expoits have very neatly reached the
enoiinous sunt of $2,000,000.
Tni:i:i: is now on exhibition, at
Lycan & Johnson's, a very fine old
Japanese planquc, of Tokio ware,
about 250 years old. It is well woith
a close examination as it is an educa
tion in ait in itself to know the
history of these things. Visitois
will find other rare and cuiious ob
Ox Priday night, at 7 p.m., a
captain of a vessel now lying in
hnibor came a-iding furiously down
to the foot of Port' street, turned
the corner and nearly ran into a
lady. He then turned round and
rode furiously up the street again.
A policeman attempted to stop him
but could not.
Tin: sale of pictures by Messrs.
Lyons & Levey on Saturday night
was well attended, and fair prices
were realized on the average. "Wo
cannot speak very highly of the in
telligence of picture buyers here, as
the better class of pictutes had
either very low or no offers, and
those of the poorer class were over
valued. ... . ,, ,
Tin: Chinamen from tho Glcnelg
will bo discharged to-day through
the Quarantine Qrouuds, if all is
right. Yesterday the greater portion
of these by the Occnnic were"' dis
charged. Xo one was admitted to
the grounds to take them nwaywith
out an order from the Deputy
Marshal. This prevented all uii
uceessarj crowding and confusion.
"rm. Taylor and Geo. Davis, two
of the three patties charged with
highwap robbery, pleaded guilty on
being called for trial at tho Supremo
Court yesterday mouting. Wm.
Mote, jr., the third paity, stood the
examination of two witnesses and
then weakened, and also pleaded
guilty. They have not yet been sen
tenced. "Wk acknowledge our indebtedness
lo our huge contemporary, the Hat
unlay Press, for his kind sugges
tion about " a better quality of
paper," and would inform him that
the fault Is not altogether ours, for
our order was plainly marked " best
quality," but they sent us fiom Cali
fornia the miherable. bU(ff wo arc
now using. In return lor our neigh
bor's kiuducss.5Jne beg permission
to suggest that ho use a little larger
or plainer type. t Certainly, lie "lias
every moinl and legal night" to
please himself in the mutter; but, in
the interests of the aged and those
whose vision is not the strongest
and all who cannot afford lo keep' a
magnifying glass, "we tiust" u
plainer face of type " will he grant
Anour 300 Chinese came by the
Suez, and oOO more are expected by
the City of Sydney.
Tin: case against the Germans',
from Kilnuea, was partly heaid yes
terday afternoon. Tit ill, lie con
turned this morning.
Ir was lnmorcd yesteiday that
,the Government luicl tibtilied thcMc-
prcscntatives of the tlnec Urettt
Powers that they intend to stop any
more Chinese landinsr. This is not.
so, but they are considering the
matter. ' ,
SurittiAY night was spent very
p(oasant1yiliy .Captain iTierney and a'
few friends, who assembled to wish
him " a safe and prosperous voyage
and a speedy return." Yams were
spun and tl.e lir.icc spliced. Every
body thoioughly enjoyed themselves,
as the captain 'was
"A sober liinn and true,
And attentive lo his duly."
Just before the Abcramann left
Olliccr Marcos got wind that an es
caped sailor from the, Wachusctts
was on board. He went down to
arrest him, but; the man jumped off
the vessel on shoic and could not bo
found. On Saturday night he found
him and arrested 'him, rccoguizing
him immediately, notwithstanding
Ox Saturday night Captain Tell
captured 7 Chinamen gambling in a
store on Maunnkea street. He also
got a cin-tuii lay.out, SJ0 in gold
coin and $10.70 in silver coin.
Yesterday morning a, nyl.pvos. was
entered, as no proof could 'be offer
ed that money w;as lost or' won by
cither of them. It appears that the
law here is definite on this point,- so
that the seven were discharged.
. 1 . -- -
Suxday afternoon, Mr. Frank
'Godfrey rescued a natic boy named
Kco, from drowning, in the harbor.
The boy when taken out of the water
was almost speechless, and but for
the prompt assistance tendered
would have " solved the 'mystery."
Tins is the third person, we believe,
that, Mr. Godfrey .had saved while in
pciil, in the waters of the harbor.
The boy's father is captain of Mr.
llonry Macfarlanc's schooiicrEmma.
Latest Foreign News,
The Suez brings dates to the 1st
of April. Three shocks of earth
quake in S. Y. on the 30th. France
on the eve of revolution. Nine Ni
hilists and 11-1 lbs dynamite seized
at St. Petersburg. Fuither out
rages in Ireland. Infernal machines
bcized in England. Knoimotis in
flux of Chinese into B. C.
Tho question ns to who is the
handsomest wommi iu America is
still iu dispute, but thousands of
girls believe that, if it wasn't, fop
their freckless they'd justly, be
entitled to that distinction. Ex.
'' Uncle Dick (an Ginincntult. A. ):
"Woll, Johnny, midjhal are you
going to be '(" Johnny " I shall be
n Judge, like papn." Uncle Dick
"Ah, but you havcu'tJmuns enough,
my boy." Johnny "Oh, then, I'll
bo an artist like you."
A PLOWMAN, to plow with horses or
mules. Apply to
Ilnckfeld !c Co.
or to II.
AN intelligent and active young mnn
with about 250, to buy n share in
a Coffee and Grocery biiblness, in n good
location, and manage It on a balary.
Thlrf U a gciiulno oiler. If you mean
lniblness vou cm 'get full particular
from tho Editor of'tliu Dom.etik. U71 !)t
furnished or imfiirniilied ;
healthy location. Rent mode-
App'y .".. , ,...
r ' '10.5'Foitt-treet.
A BUNDLE OF BAN)C,1ILLS, of
.lt)0 mid h'tQ, numherb known. A
big reward will lie paid on rvturning
Mime to the Ut'i.MSW Ofllcv, UOa.lw'
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S '
BULLETIN OF MEW GOODS!
Hone's S hind n id Kcnlcr, endorsed by the United States
Government. Scale for nil purposes. Doi'mnnt
Warehouse Scale's, vtc, &c.
A new and carefully sclcuic.l assorlincnlpf
OHaiiilolIoiH, T-itvi)!ij niul Tannic imik.
Carriage Lamps of most nppiovcd American pattc'rijs it
Plows ami Agricultural Impl'onts
The largest ailety to bo found
on the Islands.
ULOHUfiAR & STREET LAMPS,
, ; t WHITEHEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new- discovery, ,i ,
The Magnoso-Oalcite Firo- Proof Safes,
, Jewel Casts and llond C.i3esj
At a te it of the Hie proof cninlitln-i of Hho Magneo-Cnlcitc, hehlmn'tho snnddot
near Hie City Hall, Sail Fr.uieUco, Nov. 27th, a pile of about u cord of pitch-pine
wood was prep tre.l, and live gallons of tar penned oVcr if.' A sninUlron chest, w ilh
a lf inch lining of Mjgnoso c.ileile was plated In the -centre of Hie pile and the
mass ct lire to. AttcV the chest had been kept at a red heat for nn hour, It wus
taken from the lire, ooolcd with water, anil opened, and the contcnts,,conyisting of
papers mi I circulars, were lounu in a puriuci m-uc oi prcsorvnuon, ncing noi in mi
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a trilling, smell 'of smoke. ' '
We, tin iiiiiluistgii'jii, wore precnt nt
and Wfi certify to the perfout pre-urV.tiou
lectivsnustauiory to us,
A public test of tho quality ol those
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
a i Between theillaw.iiian Ll.inds and the United States, and '
between the Hawaiian Damls and
.T. JE2. WiKESraA.W, 'i'.;i,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Business' Agent, , ", ' ",'.,
Office, 27 SIci chant Ptrcet, - - i- -, Jlawaijan Gaiictto Block.
The only iceogiiized Real Lstnle Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and inoperly fort.nl!; in nil paits of Flonolulu and'th'eVai;ious Isla'rid.' ''
Houtes'tolense and rent in Honolulu and suburbs. '
Rooms to rent, en suite.' or single,. throughout Honolulu. i
'itj-h' M-argiiii1 ii,,tf,iiTimir
YOU CJ-Pr .33T7TT' ,,,. "
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at . -
THAN ANY OTHER STOR'l" TOWlT
EST IP Y0TJ
Goods in Every Department Marked Down
TO MAKE ROOM FOR JNEW.OJJMED. STACK
4 To nriive thortly fiom LaMern and European Maikets.
. - The Lending Millinery House ol' Clias. J. .Fiahel.
rnVO OFFICES, .upfctnlih, in tho
X building occupied by the under.
30 U J. "W. KODEKTSOX & Co.
HAS REMOVED his Olllccaud ile.si.'
dciieo lo the
Cor. or'llicliardM ami llerclanla hH.
Opi'icit Ilouns 8 to 10 a.m.; 1 (6 a
851 p.m. i U:30to7:;t0ip.in, 'Mi
. 'To be fouud-nt O. II. ltoln
oltlce, Queen btrept.
rpiIE undersigned Iihh sold the Oil
X Clothing llianch of his IniwinefH to
5Iers. M. AV. MeChetney &Son, No. A'i
TluinkiiiK the nubile for iiabt liberal
pationuge, L would ULtjubbt tor my buc
cessois a continuaneo ot the same.
March 28lh, 18S3. 301 lm
rrUlE undersiirncd have pin phased
X' from M. Davis mVOIU Clothing
.lhulucbs, and solicit a continuaneo ot
the generous pationugu leceived by our
M. W.,McOHESNEV & SQN,
No, A'i Queen btreet.
Honolulu, -Mateh 28, 18W. 301 lm
THE undersigned gho nolieo that
they have obtained it Patent foi an
Inipioycd fuuiacu for the Coiiiiiinption
of GjcenTiabh, directly from tlm mill,
aud ojher wot fuel, b,y mcaus of intro
ducing a curiciil of hot air into the fur
mice, tliiough hot-air Humes. ,
This Patent U h.ibtd upon 'a 'Caveat
tiled iu thp Interior Lepartmeut, Out.
30th, 1882, and Is biipeiior to all patents
Al persons uro w'anitd against in
flinging this latent; bull will ho
brought against any pci-on so doing.
Full particular may be obtained of the
litidendgiicd, or of w. G. Irwin ifc Co .
Agents;' 1 N. 31AKEE.
' ' G, H08GHAVK8.
asuim - & iLvmusojf,
nio nuovo' lest, nnu saw uic DOS'openeo,
ut pre-urv.tiou oi us contents, una cntiro icsfwas pel
II. 'L. Doiioe, (of, Dodge, Sweeney, & Co.); O. II. La-ion,
of its contents
goods will ho itiado at an early tlato.
DON'T BILIE.VE IT, JUST. TEY IT.
A NEAV DEPABTUKE !
L'i . '"u 1 -''i -irT
,A , .And IJiihoIhtei-er,
No. 0J Hotel btreet,
Oppobilc International Hotel,
lletw ecu Nuuiinu and Fort streets.
''pilE pubic will please take notice
X that I have just'opened in the above
ipiomUes, unduitt I,nm a thorough prac
tical mechanic In my line of bubinc-h
having done borne of the llncbt woik at
me I'aiace ami oilier lesmences in Hono
lulu iccuntly would thcrcfoia most ie-
jjpflqtfully, bolicItyu;'caJfipni the c
niimlty. , '
Fiu'.'unholslcrcil work-in eveiv vat
uiupery imu 'jiainiircimincs oi cvciy
dubcrijitiuu made to order.
Caived imd polished window cornices
ntally made and annnged.
Repaliingand pojibhing Piano,-, SIu
bical I)o.cj, etc ' ijr
lliellnest ljreneli and varnlbhed pob
islilnxdona Iif tiiu Kinudom.
Cuipels, Oll-clothand matting cut und
laid nt bhort notice,
mob reaeouitblo tejms.
Just: Opened !
Grocery and House Furnishing
111 Nimonu UrcctVcaiwTc'Beictaniu bl.)
AT LOW PRICES.
, f .'mi. mi ..) !(i
Kc9seno OH a specialty.
C2"deo tho Family Keroscuo Oil Can,
with lock faucet.
N.l Goods delivered freo of charge,
arid balUfnction guaranteed, for goods
. . , MuJ-m,
. &i . rt.i. . fftiVirt.rf i 'j.-'at-- fw.