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TUESDAY, Al'KIL 17, 1883.
THIS DAV'S DOINGS.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Iliblo Class nt Lyceum nt 7 :30.
Musical Society, Practice, 7 :30.
The Pear of small-pox.
"Wo feel that the whole population
of these islands dread the rc-intro-duution
of small-pox into Honolulu
and for this reason would be led to
take strong steps to prevent the
landing of any passengers from the
Madras. But, while we not only
sympathize in, but share, this feeling
wo think that in our dread of the
consequences to ourselves and friends
that we may possibly bo doing n
wrong to thoso unfortunates now on
board the vessel. Possibly they may
have as much right, according to
International Law, to bo landed
here and be attended to, as we have
to live 'hero unmolested by other
nations. If so, then we err gricv
ousty, and will, no doubt, be called
to account for it, in refusing that
aid and assistance which, as a
Christian nation, we arc bound to
And this feeling, which now aiiscs
in many breasts, urges us to ask
that a friendly suit be instituted be
tween the vessel's agents or repre
sentatives and the Board of Ileal tin
before the Supremo Court, that this
matter may be decided, and that we
may know, for certain, whether we
are pursuing a right course or not.
But, if the Judges of the Supreme
Court, in their oflleial capacity, de
cide that wo ought to allow
these 'patients to be landed, then
the Government ought to insist on a
rigid quarantine of the vessel say
from 30 to 90 days after tho last
case has disappeared.
' A Slander.
The Daily Advertiser ; ofSaturr
day, says, in a leading article com
menting on a letter .from Mr. T. H.
Davics, contradicting some of their
statements about the Madras,
" He appeals to the Government
to undertake the risk of allowiug to
enter upon our shores a fearful con
tagious malady the recent cause of
so much woe ; and bases his plea up
on the claims of humanity. Wc
trust he makes the plea unconscious
of the influence upon his mind of the
interest that might accrue to him as
an agent in conseqilcncc of length
ened detention of the vessel and peo
ple in quarantine."
Nothing in the letter or in any
other way, that we can find, war
rants the latter insinuatory slander.
And all those who know Mr. Davics
will at once recognize the hand that
has framed this falsehood by insinua
tion. SHIPPING NOTES.
The Likelike brought 212G bags of
sugar, 11G bbls. molasses and 140
bales of wool.
The Jas. Makeo brought 2,503
The Wailelc brought 1,800 bags
T.b.0 "JVainwnalpbrought 300 bags
sugar, and 1) bbls molasses.
The Jennie brought 800 bags sugar
and 200 bags, paddy,"
The O, a. S. Suez Capt." Dodd
leaves to-day for ban if rancisco.
Tho Jas. Makeo sailed yesterday
morning for Waiunao for Sugar, and
will bo'duo to-day. T
Tho Manuokawai brought 348 bgs
paddy and 50 bgs rice. ,
The Kilauca Hou sails to-day for
Kahului at 3 p..,in.,,
Tho City of Sydney arrived yes
terdtiy, 6$ days from San Francisco.
She passed tho Consuelo outside S.1
F. Heads, bound for Honolulu. ,
Local & general items.
Tub Gleaners will give their
annual entertainment, sale of gifts
and Ice-cream festival on Thursday.
Mr. W. O. Smith, stock-broker,
of Merchant street, reports tho sale
of 10 shares of Kohala Plantation
Stock at 8485 each.
No Gospel Temperance Meeting
wil bo licid next Satin day evening
in consequence of tho dedication ofi
tho Y. M. C. A. building.
Thosu views of, MaUuHonu Kail
road arc now on view at Williams &
(Jo's, photographer, ou Fort street.
.Some have been udded to tho former
lot ' ' ' -'
YcbTKiuiAY morning Ills Majesty
visited the Leipsic. The men-of-war
in the harbor weic decked out with
llaga from Ht'cm to btcrn, and fired
Wn again call public attention to
the selfishness of thoso who leave
their horses and carriages standing
on tho footpaths so that pedestrians
have to walk out in the middle of the
street to avoid them.
Tin: Y. M. C. A. will hold its
annual meeting in the Bethel Vestry
on Thursday evening at 7 :30. On
Saturday the new building will be
dedicated. An excellent programme
is being prepared.
r - 1
No less then 479 Chinese! weic
placed in the Immigration Depot af
ter 9 o'clock Saturday morning, and
by 9 p.m. of the same day, all wcic
shipped except 14 Quick work for
Mit. J. E. Wiseman's oltico has
been rc-dccorntcd and arranged in
such a manner as to add greatly to
its appearance. Tito same proprietor
still smiles at yon from his oillec
Yestt.kday morning the Band from
II. I. G. M's man-of-war Leipsic
paid the graceful compliment of a
serenade to Her Majesty the Queen
Dowager, at her residence on Nun
Captain Ilerbig of the Leipsic,
and Mr. J. C Glade, consul for
Germany, will go by the stmr C It.
Bishop to Kauai this afternoon, to
see the island and its plantations,
returning at the end ofthc week.
Ox Sunday morning n largo
number of our German residents
attended Divine Service on board
the Leipsic. In the afternoon the
Band on board gave quite a little
concert' for the entertainment of the
By yesterday's mail we learn that
the steamship Abergeldic left St.
Michaels, Azores, March 2nd, with
204 men, 195 women, 119 children
above 12 years' of age, 329 from 1
to 12 years, and 36 infants. She is
due the 1st May.
Members ofthc Athletic Associa
tion need to attend a little more
regularly, as the benefit derived from
gymnastic exercises is not great un
less they arc regularly performed.
Saturday night was, however, better
To show that the Bulletin is read
largely, a gentleman told us yester
day morning that we had better take
out a little advertisement he had in
serted, as over twenty people, had
been to face about it, and yet it was
of a nature that everybody would
Meuchaxts and others have great
cause to be thankful that wc have
two lines of steamers between here
and 'Frisco. The last two steamer's
from 'Frisco have just arrived in
time to allow answers to letters by
them to be sent by the up-going
Williams & Co. are showing a
scries of views of Lunalilo Home,
which give an excellent idea of this
immense building. One of these
views would form a most interesting,
and attractive prescut for friends
abroad, for it is the best sample in
the Kingdom of what can be done
iiv the way of building here. Go
and see 'them.
Lycan & Johnson are now show-'
ing some vcry"flno pcrambulatdrs
which are reallymodels in that line.
The wicker-work is Jight and stylish,
and the upholstery would, if shown
10 or 15 years ago, have been deemed' .
far too line for such uses. It will now
be iu prdpi'jto go there when you.ure
necessitated 'to sing, " Bye, baby,
bye, oil !'
Ladius tiro always anxious to
know "whore thoy can get tho latest
styles, especially at the begiunintc of
u new season. Wo would rpcom
imcihV them to 'go upstairsjn No. 10,
Fort street and see what will bo
bhown them (hero in the newest
styles of .huts, millinery,' etc., in
white and cream color, ecrw, lace,
figured satin, pcail beads, passe
mintcrie, and all tho "dreamy
creations of the fanciful iliigcis of
tusto and art" that can bethought
of. Elegant Dolmans arc also to bo
found ready made or made to order
iu any style desired. While for child
ren the latest idea iu straw huts of
red, green, and blue tins arc to bo
found, worn to" contrast strongly and
beautifully with white or light cloth-
' Last night Her Majesty tho Queen
Dowager gavo a very pleasant pnity
nt the residence of 11. H. Kecllko
lani iti honor of Dr. It. -McKibbin,
piior to his depaituro.
Latest Foreign News.
A threatening Nihilist proclama
tion says they arc ready for the Cor
onation. It will probably bo post
poned! The Queen's knee is no
belter. Complete rest is needed.
GasiOxplosion, Palace Hotel, April
4th, 29 injtiicd. An immense and
widcspi cadingdyanmitc plot,' for.thol
destruction of public buildings, has
been discovered in Englaud. Frcslu
arrests anil more dynamite discovered
Now York, April 7th. Tho Times
says: It. M Daggett, Minister to
Hawaii, makes short woik of one of
Belmont's charges concerning the
illegal importation of sugar. He
says: "Tho improbability -of these
reports was evident to any person
familiar with the business of tho
Sandwich Islands. Every man and
child in the Inlands is interested 'di
rectly or indirectly in the sugar pro-,
ducing industry. The commerce of
tho Islands is small. To suppose
thatjrirgocs could be landed jnllq
nolulu and transhipped to American
ports under false pietenses, would
imply that a little army of officials
mutt be bribed and that an alert and
gossipy population must be asleep."
On April lClli, 1883, nt Leleo, Mas. T.
W. Itvwi.iNS of a Daughter.
Furniture Jb'oi Snie.
rPIIE undesigned, oiler his household
JL Furniture fur bale, consisting of
Beds, Picture, Ciookery Utensils, &c ,
&c., suitable for a small family of three
persons. Price $'250. Inquire of
FRANK J. LAKE,
377 1 w Butui d.iy Press Onice.
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
Messrs. G. AV. llacfarlnno & Co.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th,
At 10 a. m.,
AT THE PRATT STOKE,
In' Beaver Block, Queen St.
PARTICULARS IN POSTERS.
E. P. Adams Auctioneer.
ONE or TWO nicely furnis
Rooms; splendid location;
suitable for ladies or ccntle-
men; within If), minutes of PoU Office.
Apply,at Buli.ktix Office. 376
riMIE'MAiL byho - -
X Steamship Sncir i
Will close at the Post Office, at 3 p. m.
Tuesday,, April lltlu
SPECIAL NOTICE. -
" LATE LETTER BAG" will be
kent open at tho Post Offleo till
U0 minutes beforo tho advertised liQurof '
tho Bteamcrs' departure, to receive nil
late letters; on which an additional fee
of Five Cents (5 cents) for each Jotter..
must be paid in stu.mps or coil).
The public are specially icqucsicd to
Moil all Letters at tho Post Office, and
not take them on board tho steamer. .
11. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
P6?i, QfflCQ?Hoii(ilulut ,AprU M, ,1883.
HIE GRAND LOTTERY will take
Friday Night Next,
at Mr. H J. NoltoV.
NO ONE SHOULD BE WITHOUT A TICKET.
SEE 'PRIZES I
Prize 1 A largo elegant Music Box. tho
largest and finest in1 tho Kingdom,
with bells, drum, &a, playn 8'tunes.
Pi IO 2 A'very sweet toned Music Box'
(largo slzo), plays 8 tunes, with Zither,
Prize ti A beautiful'walniit round and1
neatly carved Card Tank-, with grecli'
cover, over-cloth and pockets; and a
very elcir.int (iiluld wood Table, With
Ivory ChcvSmcu 'full set.
Prize 4 A richly 'lioiiml Album, with
18 Hawaiian scenes (I argObUe); and a
One mounted Murine Glass.
Prize 5 A medium si.o Muolo Box,
plays 5 tunes (very swrict).
3f All tho above prizes aro new and
in perfect order, and well worth the
small investment of a Ticket, which Is
All the above prizes, aie mnvn exhi
bition ut tho office of J " '
i J. E. WISEMAJf.
JSTCall ud &' thtm. 370 lw
DILLINGHAM' & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
A Fine, Assortment
' . oXRON . '.
For Male -Very Ioiv
Send for full illustrated catalougo
A new line of Chandeliers, Plows,
- Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps,
, Kcioscnc and LubilbiUing Oils, &c, &c.
,3iThe JVIaguesq-Calcito Fire Proof Safes; '
, . i i t
New and Staple Geo Is from America ami England.
JOSEPH E. WBSERflAEti,
., , Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Business Agent, , ,
Office, 27 Moi chant street, Hawaiian Gazette Block. -
The only recognized Itcal Estate 'Broker In the Kingdom. ,
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands. v
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and biiburbs. (i ( (
Rooms to rent, -en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. - r , ,
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers, of every description .
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and ,y isitor, wjh
z 18 Chromqs; subbcription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life , " .
, Insurance Company in the "World. j , i 1 '' i '
ESTChargcs always moderate. ,, taTTelephone No. 172. ,
"STOTJ OAJV DBTJY "
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PAEMER & JHACHEK'S
lerv JLjriig- tore,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN. - i
S48 lm SSr IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT.'
' J. W. ROBERTSON & CoY.',. , ,
WE are prepared t'o receive fuithcr orders for any Taper or Magazine' publish
ed iu California, the Eastern Stales, Canada, and Europe.
At the present time we receive by every mail over one bundled and fifty
different Paper and Magazines, published iu the English, French, German, and
CUUUHUlVlilll .Liilllgllilgl-P, I
As our subscription list is large, we
Magazines at a low rate of Subscription.
UNION FEED COMPANY'
t i ,ilf Constantly Xleeeiving-
Fresh Supplies, of Hay, Barley,'
Oats, Bran, Wlieat, Corn, &c,'
. r Wlicb. it offers, molesaleo'r"efavl;,l -"
Goods dc'ivcred. "
'All orders promptly uttetidedltb.
i " 370 3m
. Jiifet" Opeited !
Grocery and House Furnishing!
.-i 'mom '
114 Nunanu street, (above Bcrctania bt.)
NEW B032S. lpp9rt9d;jn8B GOODS
AT- LO-y PRICES,
KcroicneOil a specially.
ESFSeo tho Family Kerosene Oil Can,
f , v ,Iv.w.,.rr..j, ,i
w lh lock, faucet
N.B Goods delivered free of charge,
and batlsfaction guaranteed, or goods
Bones ! Bones ! Bones !
TirAKTKD IN ANY QUAOT'ITY,
TT and good pi Icu given, delivered
at tlm Slaughter Yard, Kulihl-Kai. Full.
particulars can uc iciirncu in me jieuu
polltan Murkqt, King Bj., tI- 070
rnilERE "WILL BE NO ICE1 deliver-
Aj be n
A. ed from the Honolulu Ice Mu-
factory for n FEW DAYS, as' a neiy
uonuciihcr WM1 U(t 1HU '"
Honolulu, April 14, J883.
SOME w'eeHs ago, a Hiial POCKET
BOpK,, coniuning hoiuh visiting
cunl, postage btiimpH mid photograph.
Finder will bo suitably rewarded on re
turning samo to Daily Bulletin Office.
-, 1 WVf
enabled t6 furnibh tho Papcrsl,nnd
1 """ To Lot,
rpWO OFFICES, upstairs, in the
X building occupied by, the under
ai,ui:t, j. ay. uutt.fciiusM.JN.tfc coifp
rfMIE undersigned has sold the Oil
XviClbthiug Branch, of liis business to
Messrs, M. W, McChcsney &Son, No. 4a
Thanking the public1 for'past liberal
patronage,,! would requebt for my buc
ceisorVu'coullnuancc ol the bamc.11. ' 'liT
March 28lh, 1888.' ' 801 lm
14 I ' II T i ' I
rpiIE undersigned havo purchased
JL from M. Davis his Oil Clothing
Hiiblucss, and solicit a euiitinuuucopf
tho gcndrhiifl 'patronage' received Iiyjaur
M. W. McOHESNEY & SON,
,'" " ' .' No.-43)uecu btrtcl.
Honolulu, Match 28. 1883. ilOl lm
i l'ntcut Notice.
Tir:Pm.''o')iBn,ed givp nptieo thuL
XX-tlixy have obtained a?PalenCfor'an
Imiirovpcl f urnnco , for the Consumption
of GreciiTiash, directly from tlio mill,
and other wet fuel, by menus of intro
ducing a cuncnt of hot air.into the fur-
uuce,tUroug)niot-ftlr flumes. '1 " , . -)
ThioT.itenl lb' leased upon a ''Caveal
Hied in tho Interior D'eparlfnent, Oct.
ilOlli, 1882, and lb superior to all patents
issued alter said date.
All persons aie warned agiiliibl In-
fringing ,lhiiyPrttpul; buiW will ho
biought' ttgainst'-uiiypersoii o'doirig.
Full p.iftlculur m i.v be obtained of the
undersigned, or of AV, G. Irwin dj,Co ,
iiW lm . S, HARHISON. '