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TfJvSDAY, JULY 31, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Kxeolsior Lodge, I.O.O.F.. 7:30.
ISible Clnsh at Lyceum nt 7:30.
THE PRESS AND THE BULLETIN.
Itctilly. lliy SutHvutty J 'rem greatly
hoiiot the lllllf Hiu.inix! "Plain
straight foi wind, dhei'l. forcible Eng
lish." What u concatenation of
ilatteiing epithets nil in one breath !
With the litctary wealth of the
Ale.vandiinii library at commmul our
gifted eoincitpoiuiy would be in
capable of saying anything more
f.eoiiicentlalory. A prolongation of
this kind of thing is liable to "elate"
"Sonny" to Mich an extent as to en
danger the safety of his boiler: it is,
"Whether it" meaning the
"plain, straightforward, direct, for
cible English" of last Thursday's
Uui.i.ktix "was, also truthful is for
the community, to decide;" and
some members of the community,
not associated with the "palace patty
and its uncanny following" nor
biased by everything said and done
on the other side, have 'decided"
and unambiguously asaeited that the
Bi;u.uti.- unmistakably struck the
truth in what it said concerning the
pioneness of Honolulu papcis to
exaggeration and misrepresentation,
and have stepped aside from the
"even tenor of their ways" to ex
The Bulletin did not say nor in
sinuate that the Press was not
"right in attacking the board of
health for its action on leprosy mat
's" tcrs;"but the Bulletin did say,
only in other woids, that the Press
evinced no narrow prejudice in fa
vor of simple truth when it said,
"Now, these fearsome fragilcs arc
vitlius, to a man," and the Bul
letin declines to retract the asser
tion. We could name some "good
citizen of Honolulu" call them
"fearsome fragiles," if you choose
just as much entitled to be con
sidered "both honest and intelli
gent" as our veracious and en
lightened contemporary, who are not
"with" the Press in the course
adopted, and they can be found not
far from our neighbor's oflicc door.
If the Press had said, "a large ma
jority are with us," that would have
been "to the satisfaction of all who
arc both honest and intelligent," but
when it said, "to a man," the
boundary of strict rectitude was
overstepped, and in the interest of
truth and candor we have said so.
As to "watcr-on-two-shouldcrs,"
or even on one shoulder, that is a
new thing to us. We have heard
and read about "water on the
brain," and of the pitiable idiocy
which accompanies it. It is to be
sincere!' hoped that our great con
temporary is not afllicted with that
Saturday, July 28 Aliona, re
manded from 2Gth, nol. pros. Hale,
butglary, committed for trial to
Supieme Cotut Oct. term.
Monday, July 30 Drunks; Keo
lewa, tlued go, and 81 costs; Nupo
liomi, Kaluna, Lauki, Aiialu, Knnc
luwaia, forfeited SO bail each, and
Xupoliona, 10 bail; Ah Ling, Ah
On, Ah Ho, and Ah Long, violating
Sabbath. The (list three, forfeited
S10 bail each; the latter plead not
guilty, and was remanded to 31st;
Opunui, an insane person, committed
Stmr Lchuu brought 120 sheep, 1 horso
nd 20 hog.
Schr I.euhi bio'l 1038 birs tu-'ar.
Stmr Australia brought 320 bags of po.
tntocH, 85 eg of liquor, 1 hale of drapery
87 pkgs of nulse, and 0128 pkgs of gener.
' al jndbo, intransit for Ban Francisco,
Ilk Emeinld, Capt. T. W. Gutter, ur.
rived yesterday, 2 1 days from Port Town,
icud, with 837,030 ft of lumber and
iOlJ.SOO shingles. Shu Is consigned to
-w McWs. IP HnekfcJd &. Co.
j SfeSobr Eimnii bro't 180 bgs sugar.
vTho DlccoWry is discharging at Brew
The Kalunii U on tho Murine Jt.ilhvay,
leing,fcouaiod and caulked.
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The Julia leuvcs for Southern Suns
Uiulcr date of Mav 23id Capt.Ticrnav
of the Hazntd writer riom the Islo o'f
Sandwich, New Mirldc, Hint all vi
eu aim going l ivouiawv. 11 ill Hail a
10 (lavs JiassnL'e to Tiik.ilnti Mini ictnrm.il
laborers. '1 notice to New llebt Id
and hud nlrc.idv
pivpaialory to getting hihnicrs.
uiu AUBiuiiiuiooK 7o!iS hags of mi gar,
weighing 420 tons; 12 tons i Ice, Ut'i'i
hunches bananas, and 17pkgsbumli.es.
Total domestic vu no $15,000.
The Honolulu Stock Exchange
held its first session yesterday mom
ing. The only tiansaction completed
was the sale of 10 shares of E. O.
Hall & Son at $ 1 20. The following
is the iccord:
Haiku Sugar Co.., 8250
lTlnccvi 1 1'lart.Cn tn
Wullitku Sugar Co 100
Mawn. Agr. Co
Makee Sugar Co )U
Walmanalo Sugar Co 115
Ilonokna Sugar Co
Grove Ranch Plant. Co 290
Wnianac Co ujo
Star Mill Co
Union .Mill yjr,o
East Maul Plant. Co
Paukaa Sugar Co
Rccipiocity Sugar Co
Wuikapii t-'ugar Co 100
Ilaw'n Hell Tel. Co 4o
C. Blew or & Co 120
Inter Island S. X. Co 141
East Maui Stock Co
K.O.Hall A; Son 120
0 per cent Haw. Ponds 85
0 per cent Onomca Bonds.... 00
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
DiMvstorms yesterday Where
The Baseball mutch on Saturday
afternoon, was won by tho Honolulu.
Score 17 to 10 a good game.
. . . ,
The new sign on the Oceanic Steam,
ship shed, is 200 feet long. The letters
aie 5 fcelJiigh, and 1 foot broad.
Wi: are requested to call the attention
of our leaders to air. Wiseman's "new
advertisements. They speak for them
selves and will repay perusal.
Yestehuayii couple of photosranhcis.
who wcie passengers by the Australia,
were to he seen taking views of many of
the objects of interest round the town.
Auout 10 o'clock Saturday night,
Officer arehrtcus made a successful raid
nt Kikihale capturing 4 chinamen
playing dominos. Two escaped.
ar.xv intending jiasscngers by the
Austialia were unable to go as there
was no room. The increase of traffic on
this line is no doubt due to the cholera
Yi:sTi:itDAV air. Uioglic left for a two
months' trip to the Enst to beleet new
goods. The genial and licaity J. 31.
Oat also left on the Australia on a shoit
trip to the Coast.
Yesterday llie whaif was crowded hy
those waiting to see fi lends off on tho
steamer. The liand played and from
timetotlinc bang 'omu beautiful Ha
waliun nicies. His Majesty was present.
The Humane Society met hist night.
Hon. J. S. Walker in the Chair. The
Committee's report on the proposed by
laws was received, and the laws were
adopted with modillcation?. Subscrip
tions were received.
On Saturday night J. Wiseman, on
behalf of tho Company, presented 3Ir. J.
Aseli, the retiring foioinun of Pacific
Hose Co. with a beautiful gold medal
suitably inset ibed. A little supper was
given in the Company's hall,
who are members of tho
Humane Society should watch their
children. It will not he any advantage
to the Society to have it spoken that
so and so Is a member and yet allows
his children to very cruelly kill chick,
Bi:au 3Ir. George Gray's advertise
ment In another column. Families will
find it a boon to bo able to bend down
and get their meat fiesh cut in tho
afternoon for the evening meal, instead
of, as heretofore, having to keep it all
YnsTJimiAV His Majesty gave a
luncheon to tho Captain and some of
tho officers of tho lliujio. The guests
present weie, Captain Ho, Lieut. Puna
kl, the Chief Surgeon, Ch ief Engineer,
Assistant Paymaster, a Lieutoutent
Their Ex. AV.M. Gibson, and J. M. JCa!
peiia, His Ex. Gov. Dommis, and 3rr. J.
O. Uuter, Commercial Agent for Japan.
Dining tho repast the Band discoursed
LATE F0f!ICN NEWS.
Victoria, June 28th. Tho steam,
ship Malms from Honolulu, 14
days, arrived this morning and
attempted to come jilongsido the
wli-uf, but waa stopped by the health
officers nntl sent outside and quaran
tined. She has two cases of small
pox among her Chiuese passengers.
Proceedings will bo taken against
the captain for entering -tho harbor
without displaying tho yellow Hug.
Tilden & Hendricks is the Demo
cratic Presidential ticket for 1831.
Tho Irish Land .Act is pronounced
by tho House of Lords to be a fai
lure. The teitio-millennial fcto at
Santa Fe, JS M., has been a grand
success. The Indian dances were
London, July 10. In the House
of Lords, Lord Granville, Foreign
Secretary, stated that both England
and France would respect the agree
ment, which lias beeu'in foice for
some time, not to annex the New
The joint committee of the two
Houses of Parliament, which has
beeu taking evidence in regaid to
the proposed tunnel under the
English Channel, having concluded
its labours, has decided against the
London, July 11. M. Challcincl
Lacour, Minister for Foreign Affairs
in the French Ministry, has explained
that France had no intention of
effecting the conquest of Annam m
the present conflict. Upon this under
standing the Chamber of Deputies
has passed a vote of confidence in
the Government in connection with
the present struggle in Tonquin.
Much excitement has been oc
casioned at Cairo owing to rumours
which arc cnricnt to tlie effect that
a British Protectorate is about to be
established in Egypt.
M. de Lesseps has consented to
reduce the taiilf and appoint a
Biitish naval olliccr as an inspector
of navigation for the second Suez
Cnnal which it is proposed to con
struct parallel to the existing one on
condition that England finds securi
ties for the land required, and
provides the necessary capital. M.
do Lesseps also agrees to allow
English pilots along the Canal.
Cairo, July 14. The cholera
epidemic has appeared at Ghizeh, a
village in .the suburbs of this city.
Five persons have been attacked by
the disease to-day.
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
On Wednesday, August 1st,
At 10 a. m., on the premises,
No. 83 King Street,
I will tell tho
Entire Supplies and Fixtures
of the Windsor Restaurant,
Marble Top Tables
Small Dining Tables,
Dining Chairs, Table Linen,
Cutlery and Glassware,
Three Large Chandeliers,
Four Small Cliundclicr,
Stove, Cooking Utensils, &c, &c.
E. P. Ad vms, Auctioneer.
MERCHANTS READ !
TIIE m(lcrsigned has, by request of
JL various merchant in Honolulu,
attached to his General Ollice Business
Custom House Broker.
The continual increase of commerce to
these Islands fully warrants this under
taking, and my Intention is to make this
department a specialty in my General
liiiMnc&s. I have arranged legal Power
of Attorney blanks to transact business
for the entry of goods at the Custom
House, and will nlso pay and discharge
freight and duty expense, and, if re.
quired, deliver from the consignees.
jucrcnams win una that the time cm.
ployed by them and their employoes in
making out dupllcato Invoices and at
tending to the entries will he a saving
to their business interest, hv placing in
'he broker's hands all such "business.
The meichonts of Honolulu, I feel
confident, have full confidence in mv
integrity and lelmbility, and that this
new undertaking will bo highly appre
ciated, I have not the slightest doubt.
J. E. W'rsRAfAAr
Custom House Broker
r-ffl-T i r.AM General Business Agent.
C5P Telephone 172. 477 lw
I HEREBY authorize my son, T. It'
iiiieas, to act for me under full Pow
oiMlornay during my absence from
M7 I"" ' GEORGE LUCAS.
ATlt GEO, GRAY begs to notify ihc
XTX public and his customers that ho
will open tho Hotel Streot Market this
afternoon for orders only. To-morrow
morning oiders will bo delivered.
wi?wE W nls11mul,cl"K arrangements
which willciiablo him to supply fami
lies ut tho Market only every afternoon
Hum -i iv , ooiocK wmi iresh cut meat.
TOURING MY ABSENCE fiom thi
1 4lK,gdom my business will bo un
der the supervision of Mr, E. G. Bclni
man; lie isauthoiized to collect and ro
colpt all monies duo me. Mr, S, M. Da.
mon, Jr wll nut as my AUnrney.ln-faot,
during my nhsonco. ;!.
W w O. WEST.
rpiIE undersigned bos appointed Mr.
, ,' V ""twriglit his attorney dur.
ing his absenee from this Kingdom
Uonolulu, July UO, 183a. .joi 1 w
DILLINGHAM & CQ.'S
ItJliETSM OF NEW GOODS!
Suitable for Stock lbmches where water Is icqulred to bo raised from gulches
"" "' '"""'"B wi. -run parucuinrs and estimates furnlshcdi
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality. ' W$''j ?"'
Magneso-Oaloite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils of every, dcscrtplion at lowost market, rales.-' ' - '.-T, 1
Bloc Cloth, Patent liag Holders-just the
ISFew Goods contsantly arriying.
Full Hues of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Pull assortment of Agate Iron "Ware,
GHAND DISPLAY OF
A. M. Mellis',
NOW ItEADY TO SHOW
the public the Finest and Best Selected
Stock ever exhibited in this Kingdom,
at astonishingly Low Pricc. Read the
following, call and he convinced.
tor want of space I quote but few of
the One Thousand Bargains now on
Pure Silk 3foires, all fhades $1 no
worth........ 8 00
Pure Brocades, leading shades 0 00
worth i 05
FiiicS'Uins.... ! 5o
Fine Figured Sateens 0 50
w orth 0 75
Calico choice patterns, 15 yard for 1 00
Tremendous Birgains in
Hosiery and Underwear.
Rsal Lisle Thread Hose, all shades 0 50
B il. Hose, silk clokged, f. f 0 35
Fancy col. hose, from 0 15
Lidies'Embr. Chemise 0 50
Ladic3' skirts, with ruffles & tucks 1 ro
Ladies' night gowns, good quality. 1 00
Abo, an immense assortment of Lace
Goods, Ficheus, Gloves, aiitts, ccc.
A NEW PEQCLAMATION
Keul EKtule Brolcei', '
Custom 1-I'oiiwo ll3volcer,
13mjloymciit Vjjcut, aud
Gcueial SutsiiiosM Afyeut,
Oniec, 27 Merchant streets - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
By request, I have added to my business that of a CU3TOSI HOUSE BROICPTt
SiS of 17 Tml t0 "" ,e Custom House of goodMluoh
Power of Attorney from merchants. Our business community will find
partment a fficat source of convenience. ' ' Uc
ETThe ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands.
Houses to lease 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 descrit;rt
drawn. Agent for Viekery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Vi ito w h
18 Chromes ; subscription 1.25 per year. Agent for tho Best Life
Insurance Company in tho "World. - ,
BTChurgc. always moderate. BT.elenhono Nn 1M
For the J ,000,000,
OOiLOJR-S JVI SIZES--
FOR SALE AT
A. W. EICHARDSOW & Go's.,
o. w Xort Street.
.Manuacturcd with all the
w. wui,y C
Having the uter jikoiiakich I am enabled to do v ok
Chcaiior ami liniimfium' ,.,.,. 4.i. .r, .. , .
v 7 , w ""J
thing for Rice and Busnr Mill.. ,4 .
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carrlngo Lomps.
Illustrated Catalogues on application.
104 Fort Street.
IN GENT'S GOODS
I have a full lino of ' A
Fine uuluundcrcd shirts i OO
Fine nemnlf. aliirtci f ,.., .
Fino undershirts, from..' .'.'.' .".WW 0 25
iij,) mm nose, irom ."
uiey nuii nose, full finish, from.. 0 85
uu uruc.iucu suspenders, from... 2 50
Fine Byciclc shirts, from 1 00
FincG. Silk handkerchiefs, fiom.. 0 75
Fino G. Bathing suits, from 1 w
Fine Silk Alpaca Coats. . ... . ..... 3 so
Drill suits, for painters 1 25
A full assortment of Tics, Scarfs,'
A NEW AD DITION I
I have also added to my establishment
a FIRST CLASS .MILLINEU, just ar
rived from the Coast, who will, trim
hats to oider, and also wait upon tho
wants of my customers in the Ladles'
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of lew Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
l'elloos, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of the best quality,.
Sold ut the lowest prices. ; t
CUT-TJNDEIt nA-RPTAitie "'
Wagons, &c.f &c, '
latest improvements. - " f
cloo or uvcv .. ,..
umui' nrm 111 tins cltv.i
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