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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Mr. E. 1'. Adams "will hold u
Credit Sale at Beaver Block, at
Band at Emma Square, at 7 i SO
Oalm Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Bethel Prayer Meeting, at 1 s30.
Fort St. Clnireh, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
services, at 7 :30.
SOUTHWARD HO !
Yesterday morning, at 9 o'clock,
the Hawaiian brig Hazard cist off
her mooriug3 aud sailed swiftly out
of the harbor for the South Seas, to
bring back laborers for the Planters'
Labor & Supply Company. She
carries with her 10 laborers, return
ing to their homes in the island of
Everything about the vessel is as
clean as' a new pin, and ample ac
commodations have been made for
the expected passengers. I'ittings
and space have been provided for
no less than three hundred oi them,
aud for their food 17 tons of bread
and 18 tons of rice besides full sup
plies of beef, iS.c, have been put on
board by the Company. In ncklitiou
to this, ample provision has been
made for the olllccrs and crew
during their extended voyage of six
or seven months. 18,000 gallons of
water are on board, and a new sup
ply of equal amount will be placed
on board before returning. Then,
forward, is a large cooking gallery
for the laborers, with 4 30-gallon
Farmer boilers. Every comiort and
convenience bas been provided for
even to the extcut of taking two
sheeps, and a sow and litter of pigs,
so that a supply of fresh mat will
always be on hand. The Govern
ment, through Mr. Jaeger, lmcsent
down a case for plants, seeds, &u.
Captain Tierncy carries with him
a special commission as agent for
recruiting Tabor, and wc congratu
late the Planters' Labor & Supply
Company in getting so able an officer
aud good a man for the woik they
have undertaken. Our wishes for
his complete success go with Litn.
A PROVIDENTIAL ESCAPE
from what might have been a very
serious accident was made by the
passengers on the down train to
Maliukona on Saturday last. There
were two cars, a first aud second
class, full of passengers, and two or
three freight cars. On the one next
the engine was, fortunately, as it
afterwards turned out, a laigc and
very heavy roller from one of the
sugar mills going down for repairs.
As the train was goina; round a
curve just beyond Kapaau, lictwcen
Ilalawa and Mahukona, the rails
spread, and the locomotive went off
the track and hung half ever the
edge of u steep precipice, about 150
feet straight down. But for th'c im
mense weight of the roller on the
first freight car it would hao gone
completely over and drawn tic rest
of the train along witli it.
It took four hours of hard work
to get the engine back on tie track
and started for its destination again.
The cprcading of the rails is attri
buted to the use of two grades of
locomotive, one wider than the
other. The passengers aud bauds on
the train had a Providcutial escape
from a fearful death.
Monday, April 1G Drunks: Ma
nohaka, fined 85 dud 1 costs; Na
polioua, fined 10 and 1 costs; G.
Murphy, forfeited bail G, and Kea
hikua, 8, S. Kuluohuno, assault
and battery, fined 9 and 81 cobts.
Moamoa and Ioane, furious and
heedless driving, an nggiavnteil
case, lined 20 and 2.50 costs
each. Piiakanoa, forfeited bail 10,
and Keoki, fined 5 and 81 costs,
for an affray.
Tuesday, April 17 Nakipi (aged
13 years,') larceny, committed to
tho Reformatory School for 2 years.
KapuoHooko, refusing to obey her
parents, remanded to tho J 8th.
Kuahine, drunk, forfeited bail G,
Keku, fined 5 and 1 costs. Ah
Von, keeping u victualling houso
without license, remanded to the
18th. J. U. & B. W. Kawainul,
libel in tho 2nd degree, remanded to
Monday, April 1G Z. S. Spauld
ing s. P! Miller, continued ft om the
12th ; disc discontinued, costs 2.25.
Wilder & Co. vs. Sanuicla, desert
ing contract, service, lonmndcd to
Tuesday, April 17 "Wilder & Co.
vs. Samuela, remanded from lGth;
settled out of Court, costs 82.
-The bktnc Eureka, Cnpt Leo, aud
the bark Murray, Capt Harrington,
both left San Francisco on thu 2nd
inst., arriving hero tho same day,
making the passage in 13 days,
moderate weather throughout the
ThcMokolii brought 1,097 bags
rice, and 12G bags atigar.
The Jas. Makco brought 1,511
bags sugar. She leaves at 3 p.m.
to-day for Nawiliwili, Kapaa and
The Catcrina brought GOO bags
The Brit. s.s. Glcnclg leaves to
day for Victoria B. C.
The Caibaricn took on Monday
10,802 bags sugar; 131mlcs (1,910)
goat skins ; 28 bbls molasses ; and o
box gen. mdsc. Value domestic
The schr Jennie Walker brought
1,750 bags sugar, weighing 112 tons.
The s.s. City of Sydney brought
702 pkgs merchandise, 14 pkgs ma
chinery, 1 organ, 28 pkgs groceries,
27 pkgs eggs, 8 pkgs papers, 16
pkgs medicine, G pkgs tobacco.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
The opening of Spring millinery
goods at Fi8bcl's takes place to-day.
You arc invited to go.
"We hear that another cabe of
small-pox has broken out on board
TiiEKituaea Hon took 200 Chinese
Laborers for Wailuku and Spreckels-
ville plantation yesterday.
On Monday His Majesty decorated
Captains Hcrbig and Dautwu of
the Lcipsic with the order of Kala-
Passengers by the Kilauea IIou
on Tuesday had to purchase tickets.
This is an improvement on the
The Band conceit which was to
have taken place on Monday night
at Emma Square was postponed
Tun Mission Children's Society
have postponed their regular month
ly meeting to Saturday week on
account of the dedication of the Y.
M. C. A. building.
MoitK chicken stealing; 24 were
stolcr on Monday night from a
house on Emma street. Why don't
the police catch some of these mid
Tin: Chinese landed from the City
of Sydney are now in quarantine at
Kahakaaulana. There arc 345 in
all, men, women and children. Ten
of them arc women : all arc well as
The pigeon-shooting match at
Knlihi on Saturday was well attend
ed. Mr. linger' s excellent arrange
incut, were appreciated. The sweeps
were won by Messrs. Wilson, linger,
Vahious persons arc telling the
story that the Captain of the Madras
is offcriug $5 a day each for 20 or
25 young men to go with him to
Portland. How very frightened
they must think that Captain is.
Captain Dodd, of the Suez, will
iinako but ono more trip each way in
her to this port. Next month he
will marry a young lady now in San
Francisco, and then proceed to
England on his wedding tour. We
scud our ulohu ntii to them both.
Yi:sTi:itruy morning the steamer
James Makcc picked up n boat con
taining four men about six miles off
Barber's Poiut. When found the
boat was drifting. The men had
gone out lishing the night before
and had been blown out to bca by
the btroug t,rado winds. They had
tried to regain tho shore, but failed
in their attempts. Tho nanio of tho
captain of tho boat is Kcliioptuiui.
Oun mulcts ate asked to bo in
attendance at the great Credit Sale
of Macfaihinc & Go's which Mr. E.
P. Adams will hold to-day in tho
Beaver Block. The list of articles
to be sold is too lengthy to siy
something about each butwo advise
you to take especial notice of the
magnificent Axmlnster earpeH ugs
ami the Biussols carpet in lolls.
These are among tho finest ever sold
in tins city. A Military pair of
tapestry cuitaius forms 'about the
haudsoinest household decoration
wc have seen in this town! They
onjy require to be scon to be coveted.
1'rom Our Own CuircsiuliiUliU
The schooner Anna, Captain Mc
Culloeh, arrived on the 7th inst.
from San Francisco, with a general
cargo and the following passengers:
E. W. Horner and family, N. Lane.
April 13th, 1883.
N.EW SOUTH WALE3.
The Government of Queensland
has formally urged the Imperial
Government to annex New Guinea
without delay, intimating at the
same time that the (Queensland
Government, subject to the approval
of Parliament, will form a settle
ment on the island, and bear the
expense of a rudimentary Govern
ment requisite for the protection of
the first settlers. A communication
to this effect has been sent to the
Agent-General for presentation to
the Earl of Derby, but up to the
present time no roply has beeu
Tho class of criminals deported
from France to New Caledonia,
certainly seems to be of the very
worst type, and the powers of the
authorities to preserve discipline are
being curtailed by the French
Government. The matter is really
assuming a serious aspect as regards
Australia, whose continuity to this
and other proposed French peml
settlements cannot but cause some
feeling of anxiety among the resi
dents of the colonies.
In San Francisco, April 5th, Captain
Thos. J. Foibe, a unlive of Bangor,
Maine, aged 4.i years and 4 months, lato
matter of the bktnc T. A. Falkinlmrg.
HANLON & CO ,
(l,atu T. 11. Hurry,)
S3 Kinjr street.
Wagon Making, and Repairing done to
order. Horse Shoeing in his well-known
shoeing. ' 378 3m
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th,
At 10 a. m.,
AT THE PRATT STORE,
In Beaver Block, Queen St.
PARTICULARS IN POSTERS.
E. P. AnAMf, Auctioneer.
A SITUATION, as' Clerk In a whole
wile or lelail business, by a young
married gcutlunuD. late from San Fr.ui
clseo. Addrcis E. B., this olllcc. 27 1 1W-1
rpiIE GRAND LOTTERY will take
X place on
Friday Night Next,
at Mr. II J. Nolte's.
NO ONE SHOULD BE WITHOUT A TICKET.
Prize 1 A largo elegant Music Ilox, the
largest and finest in the Kingdom,
with bells, drums, &c , plays 8 tunes,
Vrlio 2 A veiy twcct toned Music Box
(largo size), plays 8 tunes, with Zither,
Pi l.o it A beautiful walnut round and
neatly cat ved Caul Table, with gieen
uocr, ovcr.eloth and pockets: and a
M;ry elegant inlaid wood Tabic, with
Ivory Chessmen full set.
Prize 4 A. richly bound Album, with
48 Hawaiian scenes (large size); and a
lino mounted Marine Glass.
Prio 5 A medium bi.o Music Box,
plays 5 tunes (very sweet).
EST All tho abovo prizes are now and
in perfect order, and will woith the
Rinall investment of a Ticket, uhichir
All tho abovo prizes arc now on e.hl.
bition at tho otllco of
J. E. "WISEMAN.
C-Call and sco them. 37(1 lw
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
illLLETSi OF NEW GOODS!
A Fine Assortment
'Jb'or Snle Very JLnr.
Send for fall illustrated catiilougo
A new line of Chandeliers, Plows,
Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps,
Kerosene and Lubribntiug Ollv&c., &c.
The Magneso-Calcito !Fird Proof Safes.
New and Staple Goods fioin America and England.
JOSEPH E. WBSEMAftg,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Ofliee, 27 Merchant street, - - - Hawaiian Gnzcttc Blnck.
The only lccognized Real Estate Broker In the Kingdom.
Lund and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands.
House to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. fi .Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vkkcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for thc'Bcst Life
Insurance Company in the World.
E2TChargcs always moderate. t E3$Tclcphone No. 172.
YOU O.A.W 3STJY
MEDIC1NES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & THACHER'S
IVev Ii8' Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
343 lin 5T IF YOTT'DOITT BELIEVE IT, JUST TEY IT.
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co's
WE arc piepaicd to receive further orders for nny Paper or Mognzinu publish
eil in California, thu Eastern States, Canada, and Europe.
At tho present time wc reecivo by every mail over ono hundred and fifty
different Papeis and Magazines, published iu the English, French, German, and
As our subscription list is large, mo are enabled to furnish the Papers and
Magazines at a low rate of Subsciiption. , 182
UNION FEED COMPANY
Ih CoiifcsUuitly lieceiviiify
Fresh Supplies of Hay, Barley,
Which it offers, Wholesale or Beta'1,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Goods dc'ivorud. All orders promptly attended to. Telephone No. 175.
All orders promptly attended to.
Just; Opened !
Grocery and House Furnishing
114 Nuuaini htrect, (above Berctanin sf.)
M TO Imported JHBHB
AT LOW PRICES.
KcroseneOil a specialty.
CS"bco tho Family Kerosene Oil Gail,
with lock faucet.
N.B Goods delivered fieo of charge,
and satisfaction guaranteed, or goods
Bones ! Bones ! Bones ! '
WANTED IN ANY QUANTITY,
aud good piieo given, delivered
at the Slaughter Yard, Kalihl.Kui. Full
particulars can be learned at the Metro
politan Market, King Bt. 070
rniiERE "WILL BE NO ICE deliver
X ed from tho Honolulu Ice Manu
factory for a FEW DAYS, as a now
Condenser will bo put Iu place.
J. K. WILDER.
Honolulu, April 14, 188J. 'dTS
COME wcektiatco. a small POCKET-
75 BOOK, contuiuiug boiuu visiting
cards, .postage htunips and photograph.
Finder will bo suitably rewarded on re
turning same to Daily Bulletin Otllee.
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Onfc Uran TXn-inci-f-. rinvn Am
TlWO OFFICE8, upstairs, in the
f building occupied by the under.
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
'"piIE undersigned has sold tho Oil
X Clothing Branch of his business to
Mesia. M. W. McChcsncy &Son, No. 43
Thanking tho public for past libeial
pntionagc,' I would rcijuest lor my buc
ccAgoia a continuance of the same.
March 28th, 1883. aoi lm
rpiIE undersigned, have puichascd
X fiom M. Davis his Oil Clothing
Business, aud solicit a continuance of
this gcucious patronngo received by our
M. W. McOHESNEY &' SON,
No. 42 Queen street.
Honolulu, Match 28, 1883. HOI lm
THE undersigned give uotico that
they have obtained a Patent for an
Improved furnace for tho Consumption
of Green Trash, directly from tho mill,
aud other wet fuel, by means. of intro
ducing a current of hot air into tho fur.
nacc, through hot-air Humes.
Tills I'utr-nt Is lvivrxl in. ..
llled iu tho Interior Department, Oct.
iiOth, 1882, aud Ih superior to all patents
Issued after said date.
All persons aro warned against In
fringing' this Patent; buit will bo
brought lagainst uuy person bo doing,
Full particular may bo obtained of tho
undersigned, orofW, G. Irwin & Co ,
Agents. p. N. MAKEE,
.' ; U. HOSGRAVES,
30 lm g, HARRISON.