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THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 18RH.
Dinliioml Iliad, Out. 2"i, (!:''(' it.in
Light N. 15. wind.
Solus Mile Morris nntl Emma off
M IIIIIUW HIWII mi ' IWI1I M
Sehr Nettie Merrill front Lnlinina
Hohr Marion from Kttktiihaelc
Stmr Waitnnnalo from "Waimunalo
Sehr Kulamanu f.totn Ookttla
Stmr Wuimanalo for Wuimanalo
Sehr Gen Soigcl for Ivooluu
Sehr Mary Alice for Molokai
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Sehr Kainoi for Lanpahoehoo
Sehr Caterina for Ilanalei
Sehr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
Sehr Katiikeaonli for llonokaa
Sehr Manuokuwai for "Wiiimca
TIiu actual oxpon-oof importing tlic
inula mint mill lour rough spars tlmt
oamo on the b.s. Alameda for the C S
IlulbcVt is $8JU00, $500 or which Is for
The sailing of llio stmr. Jn". Makeo is
postponed until to.nioi row 'at 3 o'clock.
Suht Nettie .Merrill bro'tllOO lings of
Migur. Shu win Sowed in by Hie steamer
The stmr C. 11. lli-ihon will undo -go a
thoro igh renovation on her return.
Asteiin liiiinch " ill come from San
;Finnei-oo next month to be us-oil n a
jlow heal for the hitoi. island schooner-.
Tiie niiito of the Maltha Hideout will
begin to htrip to-day.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Vamjaiu-i: clogs are being poisoned
Notrr, has leceivcd some new and
very good Manila cigars.
Tin: sale of Mr. Fyfc's propcity is to
be held on Thursday, November 8th.
Tin: liquor seized from a Cbinamnn a
short time ago, and confiscated, was sold
yesterday at good prices.
Jlu. IIenhy Mactaklani: and -Mr.
Samuel Parker arc ordering some Here
ford stock from the Colonies.
Mr, Samuel Paukuk lias purchased
the picture of "The Double Star,5' that
attracted so much attention vat Lycan
Wateuiiouse's windows, on Fort St.
arc adorned with ubcful and pretty ar-
tides that aic pleasing -to the female
The Conceit for the Benefit of the
II. L. & It. R. Associalio n 11 lako
place on Saturday. Nov. 3rd at the
A visit from the Itoad Supervisor is
requested by Kaunailiao residents. They
are anxious to show him a few little
places that need repairing.
The lecture of Mr. James Bryce, to be
given to-night in the Y.M.C.A. hall, on
" recollections of an oiiental tour," is
expected to be an interesting one.
. t a.
"Don't spoil my good clothes" was
the re-iterated remark of a half-clad
inebriate Mho was being trotted off to
the Station House on Tuesday evening.
The Ten Cent Store has changed
hands, Mr. E. E. Bailey having sold his
interest to Mr. "William Colby. The
future manager of the business will be'
Mr. James Johnson.
A trial of four torpedo boats, recently
built to the order of the New . Zealand
Government, was made at Greenwich.
The results were highly successful, a
speed of over 17 kuots per hour being
The baby on the half -shell, and Wise
man's photograph, at Williams', are
worth seeing. The photograph of Dr.
McGrew's house dc-erves all the praise
given it by the, Cincinnati News
The story of Mr. Jay Gould, as told
by himself, has been published in New
York. It bcgliiH with an account of
"his first start," when "ho leaves homo
penniless at the age of fourteen," and
concludes with a chapter on "self-made
The report that Lord Charles Beres
ford hud beaten Jem Mace ill a boxing
mutch and f lightened Jiis Maori (Shulu)
proves to be a canard. Jem Mace, in
denying the rumour, naively adds that
ho " will bo happy to oblige his lord
Bhip should he deslro ." Exchange.
At the Police Court yesterday, Ed.
Phelan and 0. Criscoll were each fined
5 aiul costs for affray. Ho ni, for as
sault and buttery, was fined 15, costs
1,20, and sentenced to .18 hours
imprisonment. Thero were five cases
Ai.i. tho governmental and consular
Hags, as well as those on the shipping in
port, were lowered yesterday out of ro
specttto the date J. C. PJlugeiv Tho
business houses in town wero also par
tially closed, and universal feelings of
regret wero expressed at his (10111180
Tumi: nif nn nbmit eighty iiiemltris
of the Itolinlii Chinese chinch, twenty of
whom arc Qhlnt'.u women nnd regularly
attend "orvlce with their childien, sitting
by themselves on oi.e fide of the church.
Tiim UhllilicftV Teitipotnneo Union
met as u-nuil on Tue-d ly mid passed an
enjoyubli' eUMilng. About lo lneinbeis
hiivo PU'iied Ibi' phtlgo ami at nut a bur.
dirtl arc pics, nt int!h week. A lltnuiy
has 1;( i i Malted foi tl.Ti.-c iiiImt' and
cntitiibulioiiH nf books aie I'liiuu-lly
Who mi) t that the loiniiiunlly of ito
nolnlu i-i not a1 musical one. On Tues
day night on Nuuanu Street, within a
radius ot a bundled yard-, seven pin
nists and three vocal i-t might lrivo beep
herd, the m lections muring from
"Tommy make n.om lor jour uncle " to
"Hold the Fin t."
The action ol Mr. Carson, late editor
of the Advertiser and ad interim secic
tary of the Working Men's Union, were
seeiely criticized on Tuesday evening.
It was decided to publish his nii-dccds
in the S in Francisco paper Truth which
is published in the interests of Wotking
Men, and which has a largo c'uculation
in Amciica and Honolulu.
Wells, Fakuo & Company have
issued a pamphlet which is of general
intercut here, now that an agency has
been established in Honolulu. It con
tains a list of the offices and agents, a
table of distances, the tariff, an account,
of tho purchasing and commission depot,
the letter and money transf6r business,
and tile various routes by which goods
can be forwarded. Mr. Ashley, tho
Honolulu agent, can supply copies to
A gentleman who i at the head oi one
of the largest jobbing houses In Hono
lulu, a house that lias ships on every
ocean, and plantations on nearly every
island of tile group where there arc
plantations, hails time to instinct a class
of boys and young men in book-keeping
gratuitously, at the Y.M.C.A. rooms. Ho'
gives lihcially in money to all good en
turpi iyes, thanks God every day that he
is an American and was born in Boston;
and lias only one grief that notwith
standing he is an orthodox Congrega
tionalist of tho deepest dye, he looks so
much like Bob Ingcrsoll that he i fre
quently mistaken for the great infidel
by new comers. Ohio Commercial Tele
Correspondence is solicited on the top'
ics of the day, or what may become so.
We reserve the right to excise purely
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
Editor Bulletin: Sin: I shall
feel under obligation if you will kind
ly concede me a little space in your
paper for "the other side" of a
question which has frequently been
alluded to of late in the public press
of this country: I refer to the matter
of State Secrecy.
No man who is intelligent and
independent will attempt to justify
entirely the sub rosa method which
the Hawaiian Government seem to
have adopted in matters concerning
the people whom they govern, but
have not you newspaper men been
demanding more than you have a
right to expect? That is, have you
not been criticising the government
for not publicly announcing every
item in their policy, which expedien
cy may require should remain unan
nounced until some future time, and
which in other countries would be
considered legitimate State Secrets
for the time being ?
The other day you told the public
that tho Hawaiian Government had
been taking steps to "extend trade
relations" with Canada, and although
approving the project, you complain
ed that "this action of the govern
ment should be made known to us
from abroad," instead of having been
announced by them "in ti straight
forward manner." If the Hawaiian
Government considered it wise to
ascertain the condition of the Cana
dian governmental pulse touching
"trade relations" with this country,
I do not think it would have been
wise to have publicly "made known"
their intention : such a course might
have operated prejudicially to nego
tiations. Hawaii being a monarchy,
it is wise to look for precedents, in
the conduct of its government, to
other monarchies. In choosing ex
amples for imitation, the best should
bo selected. As Great Britain is
admitted' to be the freest, the most
"limited," and the best monarchy
extant, her leading is the best to
follow. Is it the custom of the Briti&h
government to make public "all its
actions?" If the English papers may
be relied on, it is not ; for in their
reports of proceedings in the House
of Commons it is no unusual thing to
read of questions fiom private mem
bers being met with replies to the
offcpftlitit "definite answers, nl the
present time, would militate against
the interests of the nation."
1 am no advocate of a government
concealing "all its actions" from the
people, but I do think that any ahd
every government may at times re-'1
quite to take "actions" in -the
into ests of the governed, which those
interests require should not be too
hastily made public, the government
itself being tho best judge of tho
proper course to adopt. I am,
Oct. 21. A Sl'ECTATOU
Wo have not been "criticising
the government for not publicly an
nouncing every item in their policy,",
but we think it desirable that the
public should learn from the govern
ment, and not from elsewhere,
"items in their policy" which must
eventually be known and which arc
of public import. Ei. 1). B.
Editor Bulletin: Tho Ilonolu
luans, we hear, have determined to
match the Maui team -with their own
nine, exclusive of outsiders. This
seems very unjust to those members
of the Occanies who arc thus uncere
moniously ousted, after two weeks
of hard practice with the nine. And
it is also acting in a wry unfair
manner tiwauls the M m te.-in, who
have been chailctiued, and i"qi ot to
contest with the best :,',ui) of our
city, and expect to defeat or be de
feated by such. This move must
detach from the u; inic a huge part of
the iutercfat hitherto lclt.
FOli SALE. Pi ice, $150 as she
lloats. H. Moi riTr, at J. W. Reb
ellion's. ' fi3U tf b
J. T. Waterhouse
His New Goods
No. 10 Fort Street,
AT QUEEN ST. STORE, and
King- Street Store.
Saprior Euelisli Sales.'
Best Goods in the Market.
G33 lm b
All ooii Business dance!
Good Will of the Business,
With Four Years Lease; of Premises.
A. A. MONTANO
Ol'PKllS roil SALE 1118
MgriDl Gallery !
Furniture, Fittings, Instruments, and Every
thing requisite for carrying on
Together with a Numerous Stock of
Negatives. Pictures, Mats,
Tho Lonsos aro superior to any In this
The fittings and apparatus arc more
completothan any other gallery
in this country.
The bu?ineis is well established, and
being run on a good paying ba-sis,
would prove a protllablo investment, to
tho right paity.
The present proprietor's reason for
wishing to dispose of this valuable busl'
ncss is in consequence of having impor
taut ranch interests which rami re his
Terms easy. 1'or paiticulars apply to
A. A. MONTANO, Photographic Gal
lcry, corner of King and Fort streets,
Honolulu, II. I. nsa lm
OF VALUE TO THE PUBLIC.
Custom House Broker;
lias opened an agency for .
Custom House Brokerage,
Real Estate Tranbiictionsi,
And General Business,
At .1. IV. Itobri'tMoii it Co'h. Station
Merchant street (near tho Post Ofllcc.)
Books and Accounts neatly kept and
Legal Documents of every description
Anything in tho way of bubincss caro.
fully and promptly attended to.
P. 0. Box 4!J I ; tolephono 3. -170
'Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y,
C fe THE MAGNIFICENT
&-' "'"I -Elegant Steamship
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu for Sin Finn
eKeo as follow-:
ai Ain posa
Leave Pan FiancKeo Nov. 1st
Leave Honolulu Nov 15, noon
Leave San Fiancisco Oct. lfif.li
Lcaw Honolulu Nov. 1, noon
Tssi:"m:us may have their names
booked in advance by applj ing at the
olllce of the aientf.
PiiHsongois by this line aie heieby no
tilled thai they will be allowed i!o0 lbs
of bnggae,e fice by tho Oveiland Hail
way, when traveling Ka.l.
MnuoiiAKiHBi: iniciideJ for shipment
by this lino will be received free of
charge in tho Company's New Waie
house and receipts istuc'l for same.
IxsuitAXon on merchandise,' whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
AV.M. G. luwiN A Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO-
The favorite bktnc
Howe, - - - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
C. Uiinwun & Co., Agents.
d3T-V FOR SAN FRANCISCO
$ .. , ,
3iS2cL Tin- li.Mi-l lulie
7. K. Dimond,
II millet, . - Masu-r,
Will have i-nle'- 'Hii'iaN ,i for the abie
port. For lr ilr. or p.i .iiti- appl to
Wli. . i ix i Co., Ageni
XA- FOR SAN FRANCISCO
'kssSi- The clipper bark
H. W. Alniy,
Freeman, ... master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Castm: & Cooicn, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
IiINK OF STEAMERS.
hates, - - - Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kau
Leaves Honolulu at 4 r.sr. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Friday, Oct. 1!)
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. "JO
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. 21
Tuesday, Oct. "JO
Aimivrs at Honolulu at 5 r.ai:
Tuesday, Oct. 1G
Friday, Oct. 2G
Tuesday, Nov. G
Friday, Nov. 1G
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
The C. R. Bishop,
CAMKitON, - - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at C p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Waimca, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
Mcdonald, - - - Commander.
every Thursday, at 8 p.m. for Kapaa and
Kilauca. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4 pm., and touching at
Wainae, both ways.
Ggsfjes, Steamer Likelike,
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waihae, Laupuhoehoe and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all tho
nlove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
THE PAST SAILING
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to tho
oapiain on ooaru, or to
A. F. Cooke, Agent.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone
Co., Reduction of Bates.
FROM, AND AFTER SEPT. 30, 1883,
the telephones of this Company
within the district of Honolulu, will bo
rented at the following reduced rates,
For places of business, $5 per month.
For private residences, $4 per month.
I'ayablc quarterly in advance.
513 lm J. F. Bkown, Secictary.
AROUSE AND PREMISES ON
Union street, inauka of and ad
joining tho Bell Tower and Hook &
Ladder premises. The house contains 7
rooniB and pantry with kitchen, store,
bath and servants' looms, and will bo
nut in thorough icpiiirbeforo occupancy.
The above plcmUea aro very desirable
for warehouse site3, being near tho busl-
n ess center oi tne town and can bo had
for such purposes If desired.
Apply to J. M. Mon'sakuat.
0U tf 27 Merchant street.
LOST between Kaplolani Park and
Nuuanu Valloy, a Blue Satin Note
Case, embroidered and lined with white
silk, containing 2 United States greon.
backs, $100 each; 1 United States green,
back, 50; Letter of Credit from Coutts
& Co., and Piivate Papers. Tho above
reward will be paid on tho return of tho
same to Tm:o. II. Davikb & Co., or tho
V POLICE STATION.
LOST on Saturday night on Hotel st.
A double English Traveling Rug,
a dyed sheopskin loot rug, and an em.
broidered dubt.wrap. The above re.
ward will bo bald on returning same to
400 G. W. MACFARLANE & Co
Ladles' and Gent's
Gold and Silver "Watches
Just to hand.
Every "Watch warranted as
1BQj Ti W,J..T0... VTHJOW chkua o
Fac-similc of Silver Cases.
THISUTO CERIIIYltaUffitaSnpSCaSI) IP WXjSKdjBfDffirrtifsMhntUiB acronmainlticr
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V UJf.MINT ASSAY. I8K UNITED LTATES MINT ASSA-jV
105 & 107 FORT STREET, HONOLUIiU.
'AJS IMMENSE STOCK
Including the Very Best Assortment of Holiday Goods
Ever Imported into this Kingdom.
Now open ior Public Inspection
COME TO-DAY !
Wo have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirdces, Watson & Co.'s
machinery, and havo now on hand, ready for delivery.
One TripplcEllcct, on handsome wooden iron staging, containinc 3433
Sub "com ?fitc lloMa S111"fllce. with pumping engine and dlschaiglng monu
One DoublcEflect, having 2200 square feet of heating surface, with
engine and montjus. '
Ono sot of Four Weston's Patent Centiifugals, with engine and mixer.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
Haying increased facilities for tho manufacture of these machines the
Weston's.Fatent for which, In Great Britain, has expired, we aro thus en
abled to oiler them at materially reduced prices.
Wo have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, rubber
bands and bushes, etc. . " ' ' U",'I
Two Diagonal Engines, each C inch by 12 inch.
Clariflcrs, Flat Coolers, 8x6x2 and 0x5x1.7.
Ono spare Top Roller, for 20 inch by CI inch mill.
Ono spare Side Roller, for 20 inch by 54 inch mill.
Ono spare Intermediate Spur Wheel,
Agent for this Kingdom
N. U. Rcwarc of imita
tions, as I have discovered
several stiver watches bear
ing the name of " "Waltham
Watches," which are of Swiss
Manufacture, and arc sold as
ccnuinc "Waltham matches.
Fac-similc of Gold Cases
o e -'
, V -!rr
for gearlug of 20 inch by 54 mill
G. W. Macfarlniio &Co.
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