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fy Bailu HJtilWhi
WEDNESDAY, Jl'LY 25, 1883.
. JIMS DAY'S DOINGS.
Examination at Hi yal School, at 0
Mr. E. T. Adams will sell at JO
o'clock, lit tho residence of Mr. C.
Molteno, Household Fitinituie, &o.
Oahu Lodge, Xo. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Bethel Prayer Meeting, at 7:30.
Fort St. Church, Praver Meeting
.St. Andrew). Cathedral, usual
ae -vices, at 7:30.
OURSELVES AND OUR CONTEM:
The Daily Hui.i.inix is small, and,
being .small, has no wish to be thought
big. Its local contemporaries are
great, if not in weight of wisdom
and extent of inlluence, certainly in
their own imagination and in preten
tiousne!s. The little Uumxtik
tenders thanks for the very liberal
amount of attention so considerately
bestowed on it by those huge con
temporaries. We arc now, and have
been for some time past, feeling the
effect of .so much advertising, in a
greatly increased and a constantly
inci casing circulation : and. indirect
ly, those of'the community who ad
vertise in the Bui.i.ktix share in the
V'lielil, by finding a greater number
of leaders than they can reach
through any other medium ; for this
little sheet has a larger circulation
here in the city at the present time
fiaii any of our contemporaries inthc
. English Language. For this we arc
largely indebted to the local journals,
which make such frequent mention
of our humble little self. Just think
of the Church Chronicle devoting
nearly an entire column to the
Buuxtin, without so much as once
naming our verbose contemporaries!
Can anyone wonder if we arc
" elated " and they dejected ! The
Hdlurday Press, too, has from time
to lime afforded us more notice than
our diminuliveness is really entitled
to. The improved quality of our
paper is evidence of our apprecia
tion of such condescension on the
part of greatness. O that our neigh
bor had been as ready to change his
type ! "We know not how to show
our gratitude to the garrulous
Gdzette, that mighty expanse of
wordiness, which was bo slow to
recognise our birth and yet is now
so ready to volunteer paternal ad
vice, fondly and affectionately call
ing us " Sonny !" Learned Father,
you arc good and thoughtful : but
let not your heart be troubled about
sonny's " unenviable position, "
neither be uneasy concerning those
" favors a long time coming !" To
our special friend, the Duibj Adver
liner, wc are under special obligation.
His " charity covers a multitude "
of minor defects, such as bunkum
and billingsgate, personality and
poverty of intellect. As to our daily
friend's method of advertising us,
that is a matter cutirely witluu his
own province. "Who shall deny to
him the privilege conceded to the
old lady when she kissed her cow ?
Those whoso native home is the
gutter arc naturally better versed in
the language of "dirt" than in that
of educated gentlemen.
Our readers will perceive that we
believe iu our contemporaries and
wish them Micccbs. Yea, we believe
in them, chiefly because of the
great and gratuitous good they hnvo
(lone us ; but also because wc be
lieve that every wise .community
should establish a recognised vent
for nil explosive feelings. Who enn
deny that the Gazette and Press for
suffering bore-heads, and the Adver
tiser for incurable spoonoys, aro the
safety-valves of existence to a con
siderable portion ot'this community?
cmo"c these blow-holes and incal
culable mischief would be the result.
THE HUMANE SOCIETY.
Themecuing of the Honolulu Socie
ty for the Pro vent ion of Cruelty to
Animals was very well attended on
Monday evening, and groat interest
was taken iu the proceedings. It, js
without doubt, an institution that
has long been required iu Honolulu,
where, we seo iu our every day life,
caijcs of cruelty to poor dumb crea
tures who are powerless lo protect
themselves. Not the leant important
branch of the Society' will be that
relating to the care of children.
Several instances have lately come
under our notice in the Police Court
proceedings where children have been
brought up on a charge of desertion
from school, and being uncontrollable
at home. Such instances are doubt
less, in most cases, the faults of the
parents, and no doubt could be
proved so by a judicious enquiry.
Wc cordially ondoisc the very able
article on this subject that recently
appeared in the Advertiser, and at
(lie same time, wish success to the
- Tuesday, July 24 Drunks; G.
Iluhanean, Foinuna, forfeited SG
bail each ; Hoolulu, Patu, and Tili
tai, fined $5 and 81 costs; Wahinc
aua, assault and battery, remanded
to 25th ; Kainui, assault and battery,
forfeited 10 bail.
TIio bark Canopus, Cap!. B. .Sellout
mover, arrived yesterday, 1 13 days from
Bremen, with 000 tons of coal, 2540 pes
of steel roll, 219 pes of K. II. material,
.-.0 bdls of baskets, 18,880 slates, and
2003 pkgs of bone meal, etc. She is eon
signed to Me.sis. IJ. Hackfcld & Co.
The Kauikcaouli brought 1711 bags of
The ship Shandon began loading sugar
The sehr Kauikcaouli went to Kohala
and Honokan, leaving immigrants at
both places and returned to Honolulu in
a days with a load of sugar.
The schooners Mary Alice, Alumi, and
Mile MoiTis arc all undergoing repairs.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Mariposa may uirive at any
A neat new schoolhousc has been put
up at Waikiki.
"Who cut down the trees on Fort Street
a few nights ago?
If you want Looking Glasses, look in
at II. lfackfeld & Go's.
Itu.U) the new advertisement of the
Union Feed Companf.
TnuiiK was an escaped lunatic iu
town all day yesterday.
Commotion in the Cigar Market. Sec
Why are the bricks on Merchant St.
left so long obstructing the road?
Tun Y. M. C. A's new rooms will
be commenced in about a fortnight.
TiiutE was a very good house at the
Chinese theater on Monday night.
Jilt Adams will hold a sale of fur.
nilure at Mr. Molteno's residence to-day.
Tiie editorial rooms of the Advertiser
are being swept aud garnished.. Good
Island news this week conveys the
cheerful intelligence that there has been
plenty of rain lately.
Messhs Lyons fc Levey will hold an
important sale of general merchandise
at their room to-morrow.
Tin: new steamer for the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company will be clue
hero about the Mth of August.
The oppressively hot weather of the
hist few days was somewhat cooled by
steady rains yesterday morning,
The programme of the Royal School
Examination to be held to-day, will
consist of Prayer, llecitatlons, and
Ax engine belonging to the Mniino
Hallway, when drawing ballast yester
day morning, rati into a house on Bere.
A pleasant social was given last
evening by G, C, Kenyon to borne of tho
ofllccrs of II. I. J. M. S. Illnjio and
Yesteihmy tho naval cadets on the
lllujlo had target practice from n small
cutter with one of their VA Centlinetro
... - - i . .in.
Why do not tho Government sco into
the mailer of Chinese being reported to
havo more wives than one Is It not
against the Jaw.
Tho baik Canopus, which arrived yes.
Ifrdny, is lift days from Bremen, She
put la at Falmouth, and was detained 7
days to ctTeet soniu repairs,
Monday eveulng JW natives, Inclu.
ding men, women, and children were
linking from Allen & Bobinson's wharf,
they caught n fish ut avevy f;s(.
Those who like something stronger
than Lemonade, should call on Hull.
schlaeger & Co. They havo just received
ltirgo consignment of PiUciav Beer.
Or late there seems a dearth of news
In the city. Very little of interest to
anybody transpires and what docs is
generally of interest to so few as hardly
to be worth publishing.
The Marine reporter of the Advertiser
l-nukcd whit is tho difl'eieuec between
a"fu)l-riggid"and a "square rigged"
ship, and also what U a square-rigged
stii Mt rincrs mu dubious about it.
A little native girl, "J years of ac,
while playing near the stairs at the Fish
market yesterday, fell in the water. Shew-as
re.-eued by a native, and at the
present time hopes aro entertained for
her life. , .
Till! other day an uiiguil.iiit express
driver made' certain lcmarks as a lady
passed by. She turned lound and very
soon dUtomlitcJ the aforesaid driver by
raining a shower of blows ou ills head
with her satchel. He .had to ri n.
Ix yesterday's Advertiser under the
heading of Boston's Big Fair we Ibid
this statement ' When General Diaz
was here." Wc would like to ask was
General Diaz ever in Honolulu and if
not witeie the Advertiser got its editori
al from. It is usual in Journalism to
ciedlt the sources from which articles
This week is a busy one for the
Inspector-General; of Schools. Every
day he has some schools to attend. On
Monday the schools taught in Hawaiian
in the southern, and yesterday thoso in
the northern part of this district were
examined. To-day tho.se in thc'ccntral
part of the district' and the Hoynl
Schools will be examined. To-morrow
Iolani College, Fort Street, and Miss
Aylctt's, and ou Friday at the Pohukaina
girls' school the, examinations will be
AUCTION SAIE BY E. P. ADAMS
Wednesday, July 25, 1883,
At 10 a.m.,
At the Residence of Mr. C Molteno,
No. 2 Adam's Lane,
will bcEo'd the
Handsome Parlor get, In bilk,
B. W. marble tori Bedroom Sol, complete
Piima Vera inarblo top Bedroom Set,
Handsome Brussels Carpet,
3 Large Plate Glass Mirrors,
Hair Maitrcses, Feather Pillows,
Mosquito Ncts,jBook Hack,
Extension Dining Table,
China and Crockcrywarc,
Cut Glass Warey,
Domestic Sewing: Machine,
Cook Stove, Kitchen Furniture,
Pictures, ifcc, &c.
I., P. Adams, Auctioneer.
WHY SO MUCH
Puffing & Blowing
About Manila Cigars.
ONE would think their business
salvation depended upon that arti
cle. Some advertise 100 in a box belter
if there was but one ! All smokers
know whe-c the best article is to bo
found. Therefore, they shape their
I should write mpre, but modesty stops
my pen. ... 402 2w
20 x 10
30 x 18
FOR SALE BY
463 3t H. HACXFELD & Co
PILSENER BEER !
FOR SALE BY
ED. H0FF8CHLAEGER & CO.
NOTICE is Hereby given to nil per
sons that qn tho-aotlnlay of July,
A, D. 188-t, a meeting of tho stockholders
of E. O. Hall &Bon (limited) was held
In Honolulu j that at said meeting it was
voted by bald owners to ncccpt a charter
of incorporation, granted to them and
theiv assoclatps imi successors, under
tho corporato haino and stylo of E. O.
Hull & Son (limited), on tho lBth day of
July, A, D.18WJ; and tlitittliG corporation
under said charier thereupon organized
tbciniiclves, and elected the following
named olllccrs of tho company, viz.
Win. W. Hull. President ipid Manager ;
L. U, Ablos, dcorotuuy mid Treasurer;
P.O. Jones. Jr., Auditor; E. O. Hull
and Oco, E. Howe, Diicctors.
Notice is further given that, pursuant
to tho terms of said charter, no stock,
holder shall individually bo liable for
(kg debja of tho corporation beyond thu
amount which shall ljBiln.fi upqi! the
shuni or Mian.1 hold or owned by him.
101 St L. C. ABLES, Bwroluiy.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
Just Eeceived .
Suitable for Stock Handles where water
pasture lands for watering stock. Full
Bofrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes- & B.oxes
Lubricating Oils of every description at lowest market ralei. .
Rice Cloth, Patent Bag Holdors-just the thing for Klcc and Sugar Mills
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
New Goods contsantiy arriving. '..
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments, ' ' ' " '
Full assortment of Agate Iron Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
AVill Keep Open
For Public Inspection,
For a Few Days Longer!
Phaetons, Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
''Manufactured with all the latest: impiovcracnts. , ,,, .,
BlnolcmiHtlilHK fc AVooclworlc done or eyory acscx-lptlon.
Having tliciiusT mechanics I am enabled to do work
Chciinci' and better than any other firm in this city.
New work nud Repairing douc will, complete satisfaction, or no charge made.
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Omcc, 27 Merchant street, , . . . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to leaAo and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine-and Yisitor, wi'h
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for tho Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
Charges always moderate. CS"Telcphono No. 172.
LOW PRICES MUST EULE.
BnrgaiitH ! HurgiiiiiH ! Bargains !
At the Great American Clothing House
As we need room, we aro uow offeriti!,' one of tho flnost, largest and bert-selert
prices? ' ' y " Childlen's Nothing at ridiculously lSw
350 Gent's Complete Business Suite, at $10, worth $16,50
Spring Cheviot Suits, in all styles, at $15, worth $20. ' '
A ltirgo assiirtmcnt of tho latest style of Scotch Tweed Suits, at Vl8worth o,
Very line French Worsted Suits in laro variety, at reduced p Ices. T ,?
Gent's Dark Worsted Dingonal Suits, from $15 up. ' '
An immense, assortment of Bluo Flannel Suits, from S10 u
Very fine Yacht Cloth Suits, in all shades and prices.
I lie atest style in Gent's Dress Suits constantly ondiand.. i
Gent's Lightweight Over-coats, at low prices.
Great Reduction in our Boy's Clothing Department
150 Boy's Linen School Suits, at $1.75: worth $2.50. '
(jicnt'H FiiriiiwMiij: Department liargainM
Gent's Whlto Shirts, from $1.25 uPi Jlno Percalo Shirts, latct stvles" 1 2B''
150 dozen extra Jicnvy British HoW, at 25 cents a pair.' fel 8tJU,S 1-25)UP'
U0 dozen Fancy Hose, in all colors, at 20 cents "u oir '
75 dozen Fancy Hose, at 12 cents a pair.
G5 dozen patent Gossamer Merino Uadonhlrts full Unlabel ntai. .h(i. -a
Latest Novelties In Gent's Neckwear, at low pficerf.. ' , ' rtU fl'0'
Hat Peyartmont Great Bargains. X '"
Tho latest styles constantly on hand. French Panama Hals at &1 wmi.
Mackinaw Hats at 81. Cheapest value in town. IBuyoS In momU of th.T
(inalj ics, latest stylo, and JowoU prlco. who do iMMtfmmMMwJLulluS
elsewhere will sooner or Jator discover that Uioy havo MISSED' IT Ba'dly g
New Styles in Jewelry. Am. Waltham Watches, all styles
451 Solid Silver Ware. Everylhhigtof tho Best. B'
is required to be raised from'gulchcs
particulars and estimates furnished.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of Hew. Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, .Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of the best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices. "
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"""."wuctn.au KlUtlllUg XlQUSe'
Begs lo notify Ifo ouslomew and public of Honolulu .
and tlto Islands gcu orally,-
Tliat lie in IJRoady JSow
. as ever to sujiply their needs in
WAroiIigs AND JEWELRY,
Aillll, .Jmving ungtied a Couijictent Assittaat fiom the
btutes, is utile to attend to uiy ameiint o.'
Wntchmakiui? uml iti-nniri.wV