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lo collect all accounts duo Tjik
IlAlliY BULLETIN, 011 Mill lifter tilts (liltC,
whoso receipt for the same will be sulll
dent. "" Daily Bult.utix Onicc,
Honolulu, Fell. UMli, 1833,
THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Knights Templars, 7 :30.
Ilawniinn Council, No. (180, 730.
Guild of St. Andrew, Cathedral
Clo.se, nt 7:30.
Yesterday a number of the friends
of Col. C. J'. Iaukca and Mr. II,
Poor assembled on board the Aus
tralia to bid these gentlemen fare
well and wish them every success on
their mission. A number of them
waited on board and returned in the
King's barge when the pilot return
ed. The utmost good feeling was
generally expressed. "Wc wish Col.
Iaukca and his secretary every suc
cess' in their prolonged and arduous
mission. 'When it' is seen according
to the laic mail news that those
Royalties personally present at the
Crown Prince of Prussia's silver
wedding are only to be represented
at the Emperor of Russia's Corona
tion by ambassadors it will be known
that the enterprise is thought one of
dilliculty and danger, and we hope
to see our young llawaiians return
safe home after successfully accom
plishing their errand. While, with
others, feeling diflldcnt on the score
of their youth, we would remember
that William Pitt, the greatest Prime
Minister ever had, was an exceed
ingly young man when he first look
that oflicc and so with others. It
remains to be seen yet whether the
choice of the administration has
been wise or not and from our own
acquaintance with the two gentlemen
forming the mission we believe that
they will do honor to themselves and
their country and will, by that in
nate courtesy and good-breeding for
which they are both distinguished,
raise kindly feelings for Hawaii nci
iu the breasts of those nations that
they visit. Our aloha nni to them
Police O oust,
Tuesday, April 10.
J. Mago, ;. Brunnell, D. Wilson,
Makanui, drunks, forfeited $G bail
.each. Kaliauki, drunk, 3rd offense,
fined $7 and $1 costs. Nailima (k)
and Kcluia (w), adullerv, (k) fined
$30 and 81.50 costs; (w) lined $ 15
and 81.50 costs. J. Shaw, drunk,
lined 8G and 81 costs. Kelimanika,
assault and battery, lined 80 and
Wednesday, April 11.
Kcolewa, Poo. and R. J. Murdock,
drunks, fined 85, aud 81 costs each.
Kainianiie, drunk, forfeited $G bail.
Maria Kawai, deserting lief husband
ordered to return, costs 83.10.
D. Fonso, heedless driving nol.
The W. II. Meyer brought 1,703
K. W. ports, -155 bags bone meal,
213 cases perfumery, lard etc, 1,434
sacks potatoes, Hour, etc, 571 M.
shingles, 4fl M. bricks, 110 bnles
hay etc, 210 bbls lime etc, 50 cases
gen. Mdsc., and 247 pkgs groceries
The bktnc. Hesperian, Winding,
suiled from San Francisco, for this
port, March 21: arriving yesterday
with n mail, after an lb' days' pas
bage ; and tho baric II. W. Almy,
Freeman, on the 25th.
The bark D. C. Murray, Harring
ton,, cleared at San Francisco, for
this port, on March 31st; the bktne
'Eureka, Lee ; and bktnc Ella, Kirk,
also on same day.
The P. M. S, S. Australia brought
133 sacks potatoes, !( pkgs sundries,
24 sugest tins, 10 hhds ale, and 2
boxes sovereign (810.000.)
Tho Iwalaiii sails to day for Mua
lucn, Kau aud Koua.
Tho Australia left Sydney March
22, arrived at Aucklaud on tho 27th
at 7 A.m. Sailed from Aucland same
day at 2.25 p.m. A violent gale of
wind from N. E. was then experienc
ed, which lasted three days, during
which is was found necessary to
proceed slow, owing ftp a very heavy
and confused sea, passed the
Samoan Islands on 2nd April thence
throughout tho entire passage to
Honolulu experienced htrong X. E,
trades with heavy uwi,
Onlm 10th at 5.30 p.m. Thus making
the passage iu 20 days.
The Brit. bk. Janet Court, Capt.
Isaacshcn, arrived on Tuesday, 133
days from Liverpool. She is con
signed to Messrs. (J. W. Macfnr
liine & Co., and lias a general cargo.
The Ilnleakala brought 1,100 bags
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LOCAL Ss GENERAL, ITEMS.
Tun Australia was in charge of
Yr.sTEiiDAV the Madras hoisted a
signal, lt I am short of water and
must endeavor to get some."
Tin: proprietor of the Sydney
Morning JfcrtthI and family were
through passengers by tho Australia.
On Tuesday His Majesty confer
red on Mr. II. Poor tho rank of
Chevalier of the Order of Kapiolani.
Mn. James Welsh left on the
steamer for a few months' trip to
the East. John L. Sullivan will
please take warning.
Mn. J. S. Webb has been appoint
ed Acting Secretary to the Foreign
Oflicc during the absenco of Colonel
C. P. Iaukca.
Why is the lamp post at the corner
of Emma and Beretanin street not
erected yet? It is time it ought to
be," said a friend the other day.
Pkopi.i: residing in the vicinity of
Knwaiahao complain of not being able
to get sullicient rest at night owing
lo the row that is kept up every
night till after mid-night.
Fathkk Leonor left by the steamer
for a visit to the United States. He
expects to bring Sisters of Charity
back with 'him who will assist in
taking care of the lepers.
. . .
Aicaxa. and Akiona, two Chinese
constables, have been arrested on a.
charge of acccpting'bribcs, and thus
obstructing the ends of justice. They
will be brought up this morning.
EioiiT Australian blacks from the
neighborhood of Maryborough,
Queensland, went through on tho
steamer yesterday for Itanium's,
museum.. A circus is coming through
on the next steamer.
Yesterday, in the Supreme Court,
Geo. Davis was sentenced to 7 years,
hard labor, and More to 5 years.
Taylor was held to bond, to appear
for sentence when called on. He
had turned lung's evidence.
Messrs. Ilackfeld &' Co. arc hav
ing a steam scow built at Wilder's
Marine Building Yard. It is to be
used lo convey passengers, freight,
&c, between the shore and the ex
pected China steamers.
Yesterday iu the Supreme Court
the first writ of error ever brought
before it was tried in the case of
Merrill vs. Lcnehan. The judgment
of tho Court below was reversed.
This make the ease go in favor of
The members of the Cricket Club
and his other friends very much re
gret the absence of Mr. P. II, W.
Ross, who went to llamakua ou
Tuesday lo the Mills there. They
feel glad, however, that the removal
is u promotion iu the same employ
as he has been hitherto. Wc wish
him every success.
The delay of the P.M.S.S. Aus
tralia was duo to encountering a
heavy galis of wind and tremendous
sea, when 12 hours out of Auckland,
and which necessitated the engines
being slowed for three days, She
touched tit the Samoan group.
Ouit readers will observe that Mr.
William II. Tell has been appointed
nu Agent to tnko Acknowledgments
to Labor Contracts. His numerous
friends will, no doubt, recollect that
they have now another candidate iu
this business, ami act accordingly.
' A ll.o steamer was coming in on
Tuesday night one gentleman, desi
rous of showing his smartness, fell
into the harbour from the wharf and
was hauled up barely iu time to
escape being crushed against the
wharf, His hat being btil iu the
wider caused him great Bolieilude,
Great fears have been aroustd in
the breast of llawaiians lest wc
should have a recurrence of the
small-pox. When the captain of thu
Madras came t6 tho wharf yesterday
iu his boat to see the British Consul
he was not allowed lo land. If be
had been be would have been torn in
pieces by the infuriated Hawaiians.
We have heard that there arc only
7 while men, Including the captain
and ofllcers, to the 725 Chinese on
board the Madras, and that thdy, to
save the lives of the two patients
having the small pox, had to stand
over them armed to prevent their be
ing thrown overboard. Possibly
others who have had it may have
been treated in the same inhuman
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band came
down to the Wharf to play a fare
well to Col. C. P. IiiuUcaand Mi
ll. Poor. After playing they sang
several Hawaiian tunes, which so
delighted the passengers that they
collected between 830 and 840 for
them. As the steamer left the wharf
the Baud played, amidst cheering,
(od Save the Queen, Star spangled
Banner, Auld Lang Sync, and Ha
April 11th, ISS't, at Kiipnlunn, O.-ihu,
AUCTION SALE BY B. P. ADAMS
BY ORDER OP
Messrs. i. W. Mncftuiane&Co.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th,
At 10 a.m.
AT THE PRATT STORE,
In Beaver Block, Queen St.
PARTICULARS IN POSTERS.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
in. v.u. uxiuni ii'jiiij is mis
uny appointed Agent to tnko Ac
knowledgments to Labor Contracts, be
t ween masters and servants, villiin the
district .if Konn, Island of Oahu.
J NO. 13. BUS IT,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, April 7, 1883, 373 4t
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL, No. 039
American Legion of Honor, will
meet on Thursday Evening, nt 7:30
o'clock, in Knights of Pythias' Hall.
Campbell's Block, Foit street. A full
nltimdsinco is requested.
ltU W. J. Lowiui:, Sec
AN OVERSEER, or u man trainable
to be overseer over bullock drivers
or over general plantation labor.
373 lw Apply to A. UXNA.
100 Shares C. Brewer & Co.,
At 8120 Cash.
A. G. ELLIS,
373 tf , ' Stock Broker.
A PLOWMAN, to plow with horses or
mules. Apply to
371 lw or to II. llackteld & Co.
AN intelligent and active young man
. with about !?250, to buy n share in
n OofTeu and Grocery business, in a good
location, and manage it on a salary.
This is n genuine oiler. If you mean
mismrss you can get mil particular--fiom
the Editor of tho Bou.etix. 371 lit
OWING to nutting in a Now Pump,
there will bo NO ICE delivered
fiomtlio Artesian Ico Works until fur
W. E. POSTER.
April 11th, 1883. 372 3t
. CHAMPAGNE CIDER
WILL bo conducted entirely bv my
son, .JACOB FISHER, in liituie,
as I Imvo turned my attention to ugri
culturo. All ordcrt! should bo uddre-ed
to Jacob Fisher, P. O. Box No. 1880, or
No. 13 Lllihii street,. Thlsolmngo dates
J mm January 1st, 1883.
I take tills oppoi luuity to thank the
public for their patronage- hitherto be
stowed on me, and bolicil a continuance
of tho tamo to my son Jacob.
U7J ISRAEL FISHER. "
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
iULLETiS IF NEW GOODS!
Howc'h JStnmltml 8cnlcM, endorsed liy the United States
Government. Scales for nil purposes. Dormant
Warehouse Scales, &c, &c.
A now and cure-fully selected assortment of
ChtUMlcllorH, LiuiipN, mjl XjtmlcruH.
Carriage Lamps of most approved American path-ins.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'cnts
The largest variety to bo louiul
on the Islands.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WRITE LEAD & PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a now discovery,
The Magnoso-Oalcito Fire . Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases and ltond Case?.
At a lest of the tiro proof ipialillo or Hie Magneso-Calcitc, held on the snnd-lot
near the City Hull, S.ui Fr.mohco, Nov. 27lli, a pile of about a cord of pitch-pine
wood was prepared, nnd live gallons of tar poured over It. A small iron chest, with
a ?i Inch lining of Mugnewaalellc was placed in tho centre of the pile inul the
mass set lire to. After tho chest had been kept at a red heat for an hour, it was
taken from the fire, cooled with water, aud opened, and the contents, consisting of
papers and circulars, were found in ti perfect state of preservation, being not at all
mscoiorcu, oniy siigmiy warm, ana imvtng n trilling smell ot snioue.
Wc, the iiiidersignu.l, wore present nt the above test, and saw the box opened,
nnd we certify lo the perfect picorvutiou of its contents. The entire test was pel
feetlv satisfactory to us. II. L. Ddnon. (of Dodtro. S-.vecncv & Co.1: C. II. Latok.
A public lost ol tlio quality of those
v ' --VJ-I-- -1 -' - I 1 1
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands anil the United States, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
JT. 33. "W 2. fcSHETUL'.A.l,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Office, 27 Jleichant street, - Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Lund and properly for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Housc3 to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs. '
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
IJ ..I'P.J. JJIMJIH.JJU.. .1
TTOTJ CAN DSXJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
!N"ev Xiug- Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
8- IF YOU
TWO OFFICES, upstairs, iu the
building occupied by the under
signed, 307 tf J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
HAS REMOVED his Office and Resi
deuce to the
Cor. of IticliarilM nml ICcrctuiiiu Wtx.
Office Houns 8 to 10 a.m.; 1 to 3
p.m.: w:ou id i :.hj p. ill jm
'TpiIE undersigned has sold the Oil
A. Clothing Branch of bis business to
Messrs. M. W. JlcChesnoy &Sou, No. 42 I
Thanking the public for past liberal
patronage, I would request for my suc
cessors a continuance ot the same.
March 28th, 1883. 301 lm
THE undersigned have purchased
from M. Davis his Oil Clothing
Uusiucsi, and solicit a continuance of
tho generous patrontigo received by our
M. W. McCHESNEV & SON,
No. 42 Queen street.
Honolulu, Match 28, 1863. 301 lm
rpilE undersigned giye notice that
X they, have obtained a Patent for an
Improved furnace for the Consumption
of Green Trash, directly fiom tho mill,
and other wet fuel, by menus of intro
ducing a current of hot nir into the fur
nucc,.'through hoUilr Humes., ,
This Patent is based upon a Caveat
filed In tho Interior Department, Oct.
0lh,1882,'nnd is superior to all patents
issued alter said date.
All persons arc warned against in
fringing this Patent; Kiiit will bo
hi ought ugaiiiit any per.-on so doing.
Full particulars nmv bo obtained of the
undersigned, or of V. G. Iiwin & Co ,
Agents. P. N. MAKEE,
G. HOSG RAVES,
350 lm S. HARRISON.
Jiist Opened !
Grocery and House Furnishing
114 Nuunnii street, (above Ueretniihi st.J
NEW GOODS (Imported TO MODS
AT LOW PRICES,
Kcroseno Oil a specialty.
E2TSco tho Family Kerosene Oil Can,
with look faucet.
N.B Goods delivered frco of charge,
unil satisfaction guaranteed, or goods
i 301 ly
A BUNDLE OF BANK BILLS, of
$100 and $.10, numbers known. A
big rewind wllj be paid on returning
fctimu o the Uvm-ltix Oflicc, ii08 lw
good3 will bo mado at an early date.
D0FT BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT.
A 3STE W DEPAKTUKE J
No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Between Nuuanu'and Fort streets.
THE public will please take notice
that I have just opened in the above
premise, and as I am a thorough prac
tical mechanic in my line of business
having done some of the finest work ut
thu Palace and other residences in Hono
lulu recently would therefore most re
spectfully solicit a cull from the com.
Fine upholstered work in evej y variety
Drapery and Lanibrequines of every
description made to order.
Carved and polished window cornices
neatly made and arranged.
Repairing and polishing Pianos, Mil.
sicnl Boxe, etc.
The lincst Fieuch and varnished pol.
ishing done iu the Kingdom.
Carpets, Oil-cloth una matting cut and
laid ut short notice. "
All work guaranteed and' done cni tho
most reasonablo'terms. 304 ly
FIRE! FIRE I FIRE I
To Arrive por barkontlne Discovery. ,
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Having been appointed Agent for tho
Hawaiian Islands for
Hall's Safe and Lock Co.
1 am now prepared to take orders for
Firo Prooi, Firo aud Burglar .Proof,
Jewelers, Dwelling House, nnd' Side
Board Safes, Jewelry or Plato ChestH,
Vault Fronts, Victor and Novelty Bank
Locks, itc, &c.
Mr n. T. Polk, General Agent for
Halls bafo and Lock Co., ut present
Bttt,viKg hero ou his way to Australia,
will gladly furn)sh miy information re
garding tho abovo Safes',' &c. '
230 y Beaver Block.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures nil kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, aiid alb kinds' of Wood
work llnUh. Turning, Scroll and Band
.Sawing. All'kSnds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting,
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from tho other Is
t lu bo found at G, Hj, Ro-VcrUon's
if itfrf ilffiji
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