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MONDAY, OCT. IS, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Meeting, Labor & Supply Co., 10
Meeting Slock Kxoluuige, at IK
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:10
Algnroba Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7:00
Hand til Emma Square, al 7:.'U)
Our readers will see that, with its
present issue, the Bri.t.ivrix is again
enlarged. This has become neces
sary on account of its growing popu
hfrity and the demand upon our
space for advertisements, compelling
us to hold over from week to week
articles and reports of local interest.
These reports, though published
sometimes days after the events
which they chronicle have elapsed,
have been fresh to our readers owing
to the fact that there has been no
daily competition of late in providing
a record of events. "We hope how
ever in future that such delay will
The ISui.T.rnx first appeared on
?st February 1S82 as a little ship
ping sheet, printed on one side and
distributed gratis. A month later it
was printed on both sides and en
' largcd, and on 20th March a sub-
scription of twenty-five cents a
month was charged ; on 24th April
Jrhad grown to a four page paper,
the subscription being raised to fifty
cents ti month ; on 23rd October it
had reached the size of its last mini
,ber, that size being found large
enough up to the present time. The
Success of the paper has been as
sured from its commencement, but
it never stood so high in public opi-
niou as it does to-day.
, Our town circulation is conside
rably larger than that of any other
v foreign paper published in Honolulu,
so that business men will see that
the Bui.w:tik is the best medium for
advertising. Our articles have,
within the past month, been rcprin-
ted in the Gazette, the Press, the
Planter's Monthly, the Friend, the
, Hawaii Pae Ainu, the Chinese
JVaos aud the Advertiser. Though an
independent paper, upholding that
which is right and .condemning that
which is wrong, wo alone have been
.able to force Extra-ordinary notice
from the Government organ, which
the ' large opposition pupers have
t been, hitherto, unable to do with all
their constant charges against the
present administration. The ex
citement caused by our disclosure of
C fj ,'the Fivi: Dollau Scandal will long
sbs? bereinembered, a scandal tliat lias
& & "'ever yoL iieen expiiinieu aim which
Will l-emain a lasting disgrace to
We thank our many friends for
their continued assistance and sui-
"port, especially at the present time
'- wnuu we are minting uuuuier iiuau-
cial venture in enlarging our paper,
J (though a shade of sorrow comes over
us at the thought of the recent loss
' of one good customer) ; wc shall how
ever endeavor to obtain and publish,
from day to day, the latest and most
t .. .. ftii .. !
e;;; important news, xne size oi me
st-'1 Bulletin is now half that of the
':." J Gazette, and we have the necessary
'' " 'machinery for issuing a paper as
J?, .,., "large as our Wednesday contempo-
' " 4 w vary, lather, your ".Sonny is
4 growing. '
Jit'"'' OAKU G&LLCGE kh.(XtiQt.
$$. "The parents anil friends of belioi-
. ars,.and old scholars of Oaliu Col
, lege attended Friday evening's re-
' 'caption in great force. Visitors on
, arrival, were introduced to Rev. "W.
, .C. Merritt, his wife and mother, and
then inspected the new buildings.
"' His Majesty, accompanied by his
i Chamberlain, ColonelJudd, was pre
sent for a considerable time.
t m I At half-past eight, His Honor
Miv Justice Judd, on behalf of the
Trustees of the College, welcomed
the new president and his corns of
j poachers to Hawaii and the institii
5i!vtion. lie said- that the College
though small in numbers was by no
means in its infancy. It was founded
over 40 years ago, has done good
mi 'lias a nouie recoiu. vi
suffered by the comnier-
vhiX'h has come over the
in . consequence of its
to. prosperity and man'
l knowledge" or a
ation." Wo desire
shall exorcise the
"U&m" and bo a
liiiKt that utilitar
in Qiir vallies,
les 011I3' acres o
ds or pastures ;
,. mountains any
ur forcsts'orily flre-
a cord, and wJiien
sclo to hoo enne.
In theso classic shades wc desire
to slimulale-a thirst for a higher de
velopment of the intellect and heart,
not content with a knowledge of
book-keeping or a desire to enter a
store at 1 7 yenre of age and earn
$00 a month, and will not consider
the time lost before entering into
the eager competition for wealth.
There is something higher and
nobler than this; tne training of the
mind and soul to make good citizens
of pure morals, disciplined minds
and cultivated tastes. This it is
that tends more to make a nation
great than hordes of immigrants
and vaults slacked full of silver
If Oahu College will make its
graduates of such a character it will
be worth more to this country than
a standing army, a licet or its laws,
court houses and gaols. Our boys
and girls must only be content with
the best, and. if it cannot be ob
tained hero, let them seek it at Har
vard or Yale or Ann Harbor, or
Vassar or "Wellsly. 1 have the
greater pleasure in welcoming the
president because he comes from my
own Alma Mater, under the elms
of New Haven.
Itev. "W. C. Merritt replied as
follows, lie expressed feelings of
pleasure at the cordial welcome ex
tended to him for which he rendered
his most hearty thanks. This wel
come, and the high ideal you have
just set up as the standard of your
expectations, makes us feel most
keenly our responsibility and impor
tant trust. This expectation can
only be realized by the aid and hearty
and sincere co-operation of the
trustees and friends of the College
with the faculty. One of the most
noticeable and pleasant features, to
us, of this reception is, that almost
every third person introduced is
cither a former pupil or a graduate
of Oahu College. A few daps since
1 was in company with Dr. E. J.
Bcckwith, loved and honored by all
of you now present. The tender
and loving way in which he spoke of
"my boys," was as that of a father
for his children. From the returned
affection that we sec, we, as teach
ers,' gather inspiration and courage,
and wc hope that it may be our high
privilege to thus deal with the
children who may be placed under
our care. Your ideal is the educa
tion and development of the whole
man, the physical as well as the in
tellectual nature. I have been most
happy to hear your wish that the
care and nurture of the moral na
ture should also be magnified by us.
Wc accept this high ideal and hope
that the training we give will be of
such a character as to leave no mem
ber weak or undeveloped.
Mr. V. It. Castle made tome in
teresting remarks about the build
ings, tho old ones were pulled down
on 1st January 1S83 and the new
one commenced on 1st May. It was
10 1 ft long and 44 ft wide ; the lo
wer floor was devoted to public uses,
there was a parlor, a music room,
president's room, dining room, pan
try and store rooms. Upstairs there
was accommodation for 1G boarders
in 8 rooms all of which were fur
nished by the Trustees ; he hoped
they would always be occupied and
that the institution would ever bo an
honor to Hawaii. The contractor,
Mr. J. W. Lincoln, had performed
his work most faithfully and to their
Mr. C. M. Cooke then made a
statement of the cost of the build
ings, which, with extras, amounted
to $27,311.42 ; of this amount there
was still needed the sum of $12, 8135. ,
To furnish the building it had cost
$lo,800. This included crockery,
chandeliers, lamps and the cost of
laying pipes for gas.
Mr. LJ. C. Jones said that he came
there to ask for money, four or five
months ago he was asked to make
an appeal for money on account of
liis tnode&ty and now on account of
hN impudence. lie wan not going
to do :.ny pretty work but ho be
lieved that God sent back to those
He .then read the following letter
which speaks for itself.
Honolulu, Oct. 12th 1883.
Mr. (!. M. Cookt!
Treasurer, Oahu College
If a bum of $15,000 or more ib raised
in cash between this evening and tho
1st Juno next, I will give 15,000 to
wards u Feieiitino department for the
College, to orcot a building and provide
chemical and other apparatus for tho
f-nnie. Your.sU illy
Clins. It. UlBhop.
Mr. Jones then said that he felt
like the man whoso watermelons had
been let out of his cart, when going
up hill, by some boys who ran up to
hear him swear. The man could any
nothing, and ho could say nothing.
Mr. Jones then invited subscriptions
from those present and a sum of
$G,!J90 was quickly promised. .
During the evening a duett, a se
lection from II Trovatore was played
by Mrs. Ilandford and Miss Hessie
Dickson and Schubert's Serenade
was sung by Mrs. Ilandford to a
violin and piano accompaniment by
Mr. Ynrndloy and Mr. M. Jones
Mr. J. T, Wnterliouse, senior, in
addition to a subscription of $500,
has promised a further sum of
$2,00,0, on condition that the re
mainder of the $15,000 required tp
secure Mr. Bishop's offer, bo ob,- 1
I tamed by istjnay. ;v
l..-i .- ,. I
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play in Emma
Square this evening at 7:00. The
following is the programme:
Overtiuo Hatinu Style Schubert
Vleeolo . II iiininlng lllrd Sellini:
CnViithm The Pirate Uellhil
Medleylingo in Lnmlou illvicre
Selection MMihuius Angot beeocy
Waltz Tho Skitter Wnliltoufol
(iiiiiihllle-Fun of the Kair Williams
XT KITH EK GKO. W. SMITH, or I).
1 MrlWUTNlSY, .In., are now in our
employ, or have any further connection
with our house.
5IW lin 1IOLLISTEU & GO.
a u fe. iv 1 DVbin
qHE MAIL by the
Will close at tho Post Olllco,
At J O o'clock this Day,
Monday, Oct. loth.
"LA.TE LETTER BAG" will be
kept oiicn at the Post Oilloo till
11. SO a.m. iharp, to receive nil late
letters; on which an additional fee
of Five Cents (5 cents) for each letter
must be paid in stamps or coin.
The public are lequested to put
stamps on their letters, and deposito
them early at the olllee, at. the mails
must be closed punctually at the desig
II. M. WHITNEY, P.M.O.
Post Olllco, Honolulu, Oct. Itl, 18SI5.
Notice to Stockholders.
nnilK Annual Meclini? of the Slick.
X holders of the Waianao Company
will bo held on THURSDAY, Oct. 18th,
at 11 a.m., al the olllee of Mr. 11. A.
Widunann. C. O. BERGElt,
Notice to Stockholders.
THE Annual Meeting of the Ononiea
Sugar Company will bo held at
the oilloo of C Brewer & Co. on MON
DAY, October 22nd, 1SSJJ, al 10 o'clock
a. 111. P. C. JONES, Jr.,
Ml td Secretary.
Notice to Stockholders.
nPIIE Annual Meeting of the Paukaa
X Sugar Company will be held at
the olllee of C. Brewer & Co. on MON
DAY', October 22nd. 188:5, at 11 o'clock
a. 111. P. C. JONES. Jr..
jjcl 3St! nEiicsh GJ3iMe.
j'wjv n.uu a iuLoi.tvu.iwi.ivi in
-11 O..T-. Tlr.cm , TTT . -Tn
good location, (loins "rood solid
business, with gioceries, Jixturcs, furni
ture, etc. 1 years lease
Address, II. P.,
0'iil ;tm This Office.
rkAriPn:i3 House and Lot on the
Ml 'h$ J- Plains, near tho residence
S&iSll-ia of Mr.W. B. Scale, and lately
occupied by Mr. A. Dudoit. Applv to
CECIL BROWN, "
Hit 1 tf Kahumauu street.
COMPLETE and "Warranted Good,
sot of JPiiotopTi-ispliio A-i-
jni"ij,tisw for amateurs. Dry and
wet plates, eliemica's, two objects, with
nipid lease for portraits. Price 150.
Communicate uith M. HENDERSON,
oLO at Post-oilice, Honolulu.
Wnv Sale, 2aeai,
One Top Bi'ggy, and one
Oi Piano-Box Onen Buirtrv:
i-ffcS.both in perfect order. Ap
ply :'20 IVori ;tt., cor. School. C2J1
jOAPT. CLUNEY wishes to notify
J Planter.-, and oilieis that he has UO
MULES, just arrived per W. II. Dimond,
for Sale, at his stable, at the Corner, of
Punchbowl and Queen Sts. well broken
to haino-b 529 tf
A SPAN OP BLACK nORSES, a set
J.&. of double harness and a two-scat
carriage with top, pole and shafts. May
lie seen at Dodd'ts btablcs. Apply to
A. Rosa, at Government Building.
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Shop on King street, In rear of New
Odd Fellow's""Hall King street.
Telcphono 112. 52!) 0m
To ISt'sit 3' Eieawe.
rpyjQ P1XH l-Toms, in tho Now
il I.' ', O. !!!' K 1 itely oictcd on
King btrici, on sUo of lire. '
For terms, apply to
L. AY AY,
529 lm Contractor and Builder.
CAPTAIN J. A. MERTHENS has
been appointed agent of the "Ha
waiian Humane Society."
John S. Walkkk, President.
Honolulu, Sept. 15th,1883. 508
TiVO PLEASANT FURNISHED
Rooms. No. 8 Kuknl St. 523
ANEW BOOK-KEEPING CLASS
will bo formed at the Y. M. C. A.
rooms on Monday evening at 7 o'clock
by Mu. P. C. .Tonus, jr. 528 lw
ILL SELL CHEAP or exchange
for a bieak, an onen lmirjrv, ood
is new. Apply 220 Fort street, or
505 tf WINDSOR RESTAURANT.
A Cottage to Htcnt
N EMMA STREET (Ewa side) OP
posito Mr. Jas. Campbell's resi-
denee, I have !J cottages to rent, main
cottago has 4 rooms', icar cottage two
story has (t rooms, and side cottage con
tains 2 rooms with enclosed voralula.
Tho premises are largo and hpaciohs.
with water and convenience. Tho lailld.
ings will be painted and renovated to
suit tenant. Tho locution is good, and to
a responsible parly will give a lease for
a Miitublo tonn. Hunt il $10 a month.
Small family could lent out two of the
cottages and realize a profit over and
above rental from tho other two cottages.
Amly to J. E. Wibbman,
Geu'jrifQusc Broker, 27 Merchant St.
' ' AH 2w 1 "
C. BREfEH k CO
Offer for Salo tho Cargo of tho
t .it'. 1 OM.OWJNO
Lighl Ispresi Wagon,
Ex Top Oiirlngo-..
Coin. Wood Chair,
Fine Molasses Shooks,
Ice Chests, Nos, 2, a, and 5,
Lobsters, 11 b tns ; Beans, :'.l li tns
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, 2, & 3.
Fairbank'a Scales, No. 7,8,1(U: 11
Centrifugal Lining, U inch ;
Com). Nails, l),,, 1-1 1 ineli.
Bale, lixceb ior,
Manila Cuniae, A:i.orled:
Galvani.ed Fence hlaph"-,
Hums n, 20 ai 25 m
Sisai Ro oA -.suited,
Asli Phi nk ,
Ami' ' thoe!-,
Y. METAL SHEATHTSTG
1(1, 18, 20, 22, 24 and 2(5 cz.;
Hmv Mattresses I
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
.' ire, Refined Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE.
Galvani.ed Screws niid',Washers.
. 5152 lm b
JUST TO HAND,
and ron sat.i: in Qtuxrmr.s to suit.
52-1 2w THE0. H. DAVIES &. Co.
Blue striae supr lm !
tiik oxiiY ni'.NUiun siNOLn nLun rtutim:
Just to hand per "Mallsgate,"
IWISw THE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
Filter Press Bap !
SOMETHING- NEW !
And in great demand.
A few only remaining.
These hags are made to lit the frames
of Otto's Filters, and are of material of
the proper texture.
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
Apply to '
CM 2w THE0. II. DAVIES & Co.
Twilled & Striped
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
fi3!2w THEO. H. DAVIES & Co.
Meaclieil Rice lm !
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
524 2v JHE0. H. DAVIES $ Co.
GalT. Gmnplell Roofii
En 6, 7, 8, and 9 feet lengths,
Screws and Washers.
Just to hand per Mallsjypty
Apply to -
DILLINGHAM & OOS
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a lin- h halt' the time of unv other machine.
It clue, not Met out of older, and is nhviijv roidy for it e.
Eveiy ic-idenee, Siigiii Mill and SIom- should have one.
Mag'jieso-Oaluite Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
With larger peioentnge of inside '-.pace than any other at'e Wt: am:
Aokn'is i.'ou tut. Atio'vt:.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Who Netting, Hiee Cloth, Uird Cages
IJurb Fencing: Wire,' Pumps, WimVivillH, Tanks,
Kerosene and Lihriealing Oils a specially. A good stool; on hand and to arrive.
Call (rvd axrnnhic our New Goods.
i z.Z-JZZZ. "TT T " . -ff'rsrx
lwt PA -J J
rj lm ru rm i-a
ol y 11 6
PER 4lMU,LS(; AT73."
Ve liave reee)eil e fuither eou-innincnt or Me-.MM.
miichinei;,, a-id hae now mi hand, really lor delivery.
One T.ipple.Eilcet, 011 liandsoine
'"""com il! .' l,,M,i"s sul'f!U'e. wfl'
One Double.Ell'ect, having 2fi0
engine and moutjim.
One sol of Eour Weston's Patent
One set of Two Weston's Patent
Haying increased facilities for the manufacture of t!
cston'.s.r'atont for which, in Great Britain, has expired
aided to oiler them at materiallv reduced u,-o,.a
i....JVc hi!7C '.l Al11 nssort of Centrifugal spines linings, brasses
hands and hushes, etc. "
Two Diagonal Engines, each (J inch by 2 inch.
Clariiicrs, Flat Coolers, 8x0x2 and 0x5x1.7,
One spare Top Holler, for 20 ineli by r,i inch mill.
One spare Side Holler, for 2G inch by .T-t inch mill.
One. spaio Intermediate Spur Wheel, for gearing of 20 inch by oi mill.
E. O. HALL & S
Have just added largely to their Varied Slock of
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation 6-oods.
By tho " Martha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco;
Tho-D.CMurniv," "II. W. Almy," Mallsgate.'' -W.n. Dimond," and fiom
England, via Panama.
Shortly expected ly the Henry James, from Jfew York,
and the Ceylon, from Boston, a very full lino of
Ploivs and Agricultural Implements !
complete assortment ever offered in this Kingdom
' 532 lm b
Jusr reei ived a
Large & Varied Assortm't
100 DIFFERENT STYLES
All of the Latest Designs, and for &ale
cheap, at the Furniture
Tiilojihonc Ko, 70.' 111 Foit Si.
WTLIJABIS & CO,
120 FORT STREET,
Hjivo Secured the Services of
One of the Best Artists
From San Frunnluco, Hja Coloring is
)1 tlie Volcano,
', Come and See Them.
that no dobjs
' of tho lur
id or paid
m m ya e w
new Bwwua s
rin;iyypjcT.-irjrrp.s;rrgl rr--v-:rar r-Jfcit"-
iVsi r ti
,i u '
Minle.- , Wat-i n it i"
wooden iion slaging. eoiilainin
pumping engine and'dihaigiiu-'
feel of healing surface, wilh
Centrifugals, with engine and mixer.
esc machines the
cd, we are thu en-
G. W. Mncfarlnno & Co.
THE BEST LUBItKUTWC miM
MM tf COOKE
Have Just Received
-A. 3Lia:rg-e took
Of tlic Following Grades of
aiiioliljio Oil Ik,
ColorocL & out; Hordoi-H,
I'PlOKfH. DlldOH, OtO., elf,
All of M'luch have beo:i carofullv
seleeted and comprise tho hen assort
ment ever imported into this market.
Now is the time to beautify youiselvea
Lowers & Cooke,
No. 0 Queon street .'. . .Fish Market,
Dealer in choicest
Kecr, Veal, Mutton, Fluh, Ac., Av.
Family and Shipping Ordors carefully
attended to. hivo stock furnished to
vessels at short notico, nnd Yogctablos
of nil kjn'la supplied to onlor, 310 V.
. For Ssilei ,
rANTITY of iron ilooj), 2x8.
i, lion Timks, Applv to
' J. HvllRUNB.
3 1 m k I. f B
1 7 J