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lB& Pledged to neither Scot tor Pty.
fjgSPp ikt emblUhod fo. tb.8 benefit of all.
TUESDAY, NOV. 6, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lyons & Levey will sell at 2 m.
boats and lumber.
Trade ruion, ut Armory, 7:80.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Hlblo Class ut Lyceum at 7:80.
Meeting Tumpurnnec Society at
Miss Bicese's, 7:00
Mooting Boys' K. R. A. 7:30.
"LEAVE K0T A LEPER"
"Loose in the hind. It will not
do to discriminate in this sad busi
ness. You must not make fish of
one and flesh of another. Whoever
has this diead disease, be he chief,
or commoner, be he white or brown,
must be separated from the healthy,
and removed to Molokai. We are
full of mercy and compassion, but in
this matter wc cannot discriminate.
We miiat not tear a poor kanaka
away from his friends, aud leave one
behind who has means and influence.
This would be an outrage and a
wtong, which would warrant the
fi iends of those who were exiled
through an unjtist discrimination, to
rise up indignant and demand in
thunder tones, either the return of
their diseased friends, or the depor
tation and seclusion of those who
weie diseased like them. Look to
this, Mr. Minister, and leave not
one leper loose in the land."
The above are the words of the
Premier aud wc cordially agree with
them. "Look to this, Mr. Minister."
The following is a biief account of
the damage done by the recent
Hoods on Hawaii. In the Hilo dis
trict six bridges were destroyed, the
Honolii, Umauma, two at Laupahoe
hoe, Pohakupuka and Papaikou.
All communication through the dis
trict is completely stopped. The
Honolii bridge is 143 feet span, was
built seven yeas ago and has been
recently thoroughly repaired. The
Wailuku bridge in Hilo was saved,
though several braces were carried
away. Fiom the usual tide level to
the chains is a distance of 18 feet,
yet the water rose several feet above
the chains. None of tho bridges
built by the late Mr. Tennent were
carried away. Mr. Arnold was at
the time of the flood in Kau. , Seve
ral scows, nearly GO feat of Lidgate's
trash house, cane at Ookala and
Pahala have been destroyed. Gene
rally the loss of cane was small and
compensated for by the benefit to
the crops. The total loss in the
Hilo district, to the Government, is
from $G0,000 to $75,000. Mr.
Stirling leaves to-day with full
authority to take such steps as are
necessary for the immediate icquire
mentB of the settlers. On Maui one
or two small bridges were destroyed
or under-mined, and roads weie
At Hilo the rainfall in 22 hours
was 17.3 inches; at Pepeekeo, iu 2G
hours", it was 19 inches.
Correspondence is solicited on the top
ics of the day, or what may become so.
Wo reserve the right to excise purely
We do not hold oui selves responsible
for tho opinions expressed by our cor
A KICK FROM THE CLOVEN FOOT.
Editor Bulletin: As last Satur
day's Press used my name and
credited me with knowledge which I
do not possess, I ask u little space
for a brief correction.
I did not and do not know that
Moreno advised, advocated, or was
appointed for the purpose of carry
ing out, " a scheme of Hawaiian
alliance with China." The Press
says 1 kno)v these things: the Press
is mistaken ; I do nut know them.
But 1 do know that Moreno did not
advise, did not advocate, and was
not appointed for tho purpose of
carrying out " a Bcheme of Hawaiian
alliance with China."
Tho Bulletin article is true
every word of It ; the contra state
ment of the press is an extensive,
although probably'notan intentional,
deviation from the truth. The Press
repeats an old and oft-recorded mis
conception ; but the repetition of a
falsehood tloeB not convert it into a
truth. My statement is based on
the anthoiity of a thorough personal
knowledge of tho whole matter from
begionin'g.to. end, the testimony of
unimpeachable living witnesses now
in Honolulu, and undeniable written
documents in tny keeping.
The Pre confesses that Walter
Hill was " undoubtedly well acquain
ted with Moreno's political scheme?,"
and that "no one was better
acquainted" with Moreno's views.
Therefore, to be consistent, the
Press sMuld also admit that no one
is in a better position to judge of
the truth or falsity of the two state
ments. As none oi Hie rress wuteis
have had the same opportunities of
learning the real facts of the case
they should be a little modest in
opposing popular belief and their
own erroneous impulsions to my
ceitain knowledge. Sincere and
honest men are willing to learn the
truth, even If that truth does not
accord with their previously con
ceived ideas. Wai.tku Him..
PASS HOOK of II. S. Glbbins in nc
count with I!l-hop & Co.
This Under will confer a tuvor by lenv.
ing.it nt lid- olllce. 551 lit
For Sale, Cheap,
HORSE with Saddle and Brjdlo.
Apply iU82 Hotel street ft51 ill
Treasury of Song.
THIS Beautiful Collection of Mulc
for the Family and Social Circle,
contains oer 500 pages of Choice 'MuMp
among whirhvmay be mentioned, '.bunh','
" The Old Sexton," " Tliu Swis People's
Hong," and others which lit vc delighted
Honolulu Audiences, tit theiecent con
ceits, Jailed in It dilieient styles of
binding, at $2.G0, 11.50, and 5.00 pr copy.
Orders received for tho'nbove. by
. Win. CLARK,
Sole Agent for the Ilaw'n Islands.
P O. Hox'J8t. 551 lm
PER BRIG " CONSUELO "
20 Fine Cal. Horses
Suitable for dir. luges,
EXPRESS or SADDLE
Have been specially selected
IToi- TliiH jIa.i-let.
FOR SALE BY
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
C51 2w b
SILK SCREENS !
TUST RECEIVED, per Pteamer Zen-
fj Innuia, u lot ot ti.iiuiBome
Of nil Colors, and
WING W0 TAI & Co.,
24 Nuuanu Street.
SMA11T BOY. Apply to
ASHLEY is HEBBARD
81 King street.
WE the undci signed do hereby glvo
notice that Chun lice has this
day retired fropi our Arm, and is no
longer liable for the debts and liabili
ties thereof. HOP SING & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. l'J, i883. 650 lw
NE HOOM, suitable cither for a
V lady or gentleman, t'leasant anu
uuict locality, nnoni iu minutes wiuk.
, annul iu
fiom town. A
Amlv lib of)f(. 464
DURING my absence from this King
dom, Mr. Nathaniel 8. Sachs will
carry on my business for me under full
power of Attoi ney. A. M. MELLIS.
Honolulu. Nov. 1st, 1883. 548 lw
JLoHt, Stolen or Strayed.
ONE SMALL BAY MARE with three
white spots on her body, where the
saddle is phiced, and one white spot oa
her foieliead. Branded P on left hip.
A suitable reward will l e paid on return
ing to this office. 404 tf
IMMEDIATELY, furnished or unfur
nished. Rent moderate Address
R.A.M., Jr.. care of G. W- Macfailane &
Co. sia tf
OR SALE. Pi ice, $160 ns she
floats. It. Moi'KiTT, at J. W. lion-
emon's. nau tr u
DIARIES For 1884-
OJ-JF c GO'S.
9A GOOD STONECUTTER; must
JJ lc thorough mechanics.
Apply iu It. L1SIIMAK.
545 lw Beictunia street,
RESPECTABLE GIRL as nurse
for one child in a private family,
Must speak English ami come well re
commended. Applv at once to
K. J. LEVEY k Co., Grocer,
533 Fort street
HIS MAJESTY'S .
NOVEMBER 16, 1883.
Commencing at 11:30 A. M.. Slim p.
1 Yacht Raco,
First Class. Course Fiom Can
Buov passing out the channel, keep
ing between the buoys toleewnul of
Spar and Bell Buoys, leaving Bell
Buoy to wlndwaid; tlienee to iliig-a
boat off Wnlkikl, loundlng same
from lecwai d : thence to a ting-boat
off the quui uutiuc gt omuls, lound
ing same horn leeward; tlienee to
Bell Buoy, turning to. wlndwaid.
and passing Spar Buov to leeward,
keeping between the buoys In the
channel, hack to Judges' bout.
2 Six-Oarod Gigs,
For Ainnteuis. Course From Can
Buoy out the channel, to and turning
the Spar Buoy, keeping it on the
poit side, back to place of starting.
3 Two -Oared Boats,
Course From Can Buov to and
around a buoy anchored off the
Mniluc Railway, aud hack to start
A Four-Oared Gigs,
Kuiulaui Purse. Course Same as
No. 2. race.
5 Six-Paddle Canoo Raco,
Course Same as No. 3 lace.
6 Six-Oared Whaloboat Race,
Course Same as No. 2 r.iee.
7 Chinese Boat Race,
Course Same as No. 2 race.
8 Swimming Raco,
Free to all.
9 Yacht Race,
Second Class. Course From 'Can
Buoy out the channel, in passing
Spar Buoy. leaving it on the star
board side; thence to a boat off the
quarantine grounds; tack around
the same, and leturn to Waiting
point ; in passing Spar Buoy, leave
it on the port side.
10 Single Scull Raco,
Course Same as No. 3 race.
11 Catamaran Race,
Course Same as No. 9 race.
12 Six-Oared Gig Race,
For Professionals. Course From
Can Buoy out the channel, leaving
Spar Buoy on port side, thence to
and around Bell Buoy, keeping it
on tho port side iu rounding, and
back to starting point, keeping Spar
Buoy on staibord side.
13 Diving Contest,
Free to all.
14 Sailing Canoe Race,
Course Same as No. 3 race.
15 Fivo-Oarcd Whaleboat Race,
Course Same as No. 2 race.
16 Tub Race,
Free to all.
Swimming Free to all,
18 Bargo Raco,
Kalakaua Purse. Course Same as
19 Grand Promenado.
The List of Piize" will be published
subsequently, and will be in aeeoi dance
with the amount subsciibedby the com
munity. All boats in the Yacht Races will be
allowed to cany any amount of sail they
Spoon oais will be allowed in the
For paiticulai-8 apply to
JAS. W. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
J. A. CUMMINS,
II. Jt. MACFARLANE,
CAPT. A. McINTYRE,
CAPT. A. FULLER,
W. L. WILCOX,
J. W. ROBERTSON,
Committee of Ariangenients.
KOHM & RUPPRECHT beg to in
form their friends and the public
that they have removed their olllce to
the residence 185 Fort street, opposite
the Gymnasium. 550 lw
To Kent or Incase.
TWO FINE STORES, in tho .New
I. 0 O. F. Block, lately elected on
King street, on site of fire.
For terms, apply to
. 520 lm Contractor and Bnlldor.-
G. H. ROBF.RTSON,
Drayman best teams
'I'eleniione N 05. 15
Good ItuNiiicpH Chance.
FOR Pale a RESTAURANT in a
good location, doing good solid
business, with groceries, fixtures, furni
15 years lease.
Address, II. F.,
MULES! MULES II
CAPT. CLUNEY wishes to notify
Planters mid otiicis that hu has 80
MULES, just arrived per W. H. Dlmoud,
for Snlo, at his stablo, at tho Comer of
Punchbowl and Queon Sts, well broken
to harness. 629 tf
THE WELL-KNOWN AND POPU.
onoof tho finest Stallions ever imported
into this Kingdom, For particulars ap
ply at once to
634 lm JOHN McKEAGUE.
A QUANTITY of iron Hoop, 2x!U0.
c Also. Iiou Tanks. AddIv to
7.- T ! flTlTTVr.l
j. a, imunra.
Auction Salc3 by Lyons & Lovey.
BOATS & LUMBER
On Tuesday, November 6,
At 12 noon, wr will Soil on Esplnnule,
And n lot of 1 bu Wood.
Lvons V 1 r. ky, Auctioneers.
Wednosdny Nov. 7,
at the I'm ine 'nll S. S. Whnif nt
10 A M.
Immigrants Surplus Stores !
l'X "S.8. HEbLROOK"
By Older of the ApeiiN, Messrs. G. W.
Mucfnilnnu & Co.
We lino leceived histiuUions to sell
by Auction nt tha i'aeillc Mail S. S.
W'harf at 10 o'clock a.m. on
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7,
The whole of the Iinmlgiiiitu Surplus
Stores nut! titling, comprising
nUculu, Mnlo Meal,
Flour in libN, Clod FMi
Biou n aud bite Sugar,
Raisins, Coffee, Chicoiy,
Molases, 'J ua, Pepper,
'I ioicos of Uuuf, Soup aud Bouiill,
Yca-I l'nwdei Soup, t'oin,
Fliu.,Tiiis f'ui Flour,
KMind Ueet, biigo. Anow Hoot,
Ami tud, Lin-cud Mini,
Lime Juice, Colza Oil,
Parrafinc Oil, Mine, Bacon,
Salt, Tens, Onlmcal Beans,
Beans, Bice, Lard,
Vlnojrar, 400 Gnl. Tanks,
9 Run pes Iron Steamers G.dvnuizeil
Bnilttis, lveltlis, Biking l'ans,
Chisels, ad.es, shovels, Bioonis,
Mops, MTiiblting brushes, Lumps,
Portuguese, and Uuw'uEnhigns,
Muttinsoes Bol-lcia Pillow
Sheets, etc, etc, etc.
Also a huge quantity of
Teim-) Cash Planed Lumber.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
N SATURDAY EVENINGS,
December 8, 15 & 22,
We will bold our Annual Christmas
Silc- at our Sales Itooni, with the larg
est variety of useful and fancy articles
ever seen in Honolulu.
Lyons & Levi:y, Auctioneers.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
No. 8 and 10,
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
IMl'OUTEBS AND JOBBKHS OF
Wish to inform old friends aud the
public generally that they have now a
more complete and
Larger Assortment of Choice and
than ever before, which they will sell
at i.owi:sr rossniLn imiicks.
AVc arc constantly receiving additions
to our slock, and feci sure of giving sat
isfaction to nil pin chafers.
547 TRY US. 2m
California Eedwood Oomp'y,
Offices, 121 George Street, Edinburgh.
C lifornia Redwood Co.,
408 Calilornla Street, - - San Francisco,
Emeka, Tiinidnd, Humboldt Co., Cal.
npHlS Company is prepared to con-
JL tract tor cargoes ot California
Redwood to be shipped direct from
their milN at current market prices.
The Com any will load ships, bent to
San Francifaco or Humboldt Bay, or will
furnish cargoes, cost, freight aud Insur
ance. FALKNER BELL & CO, Agents.
547 lm San Francisco.
Suitable for 'Plantation and
WE have now in Stock in Honolulu,
ready for immediate delivery,
full stocks of Railway Material, of
Messrs. Fowler & Co's. manufacture, to
Which wo invjto tho attention of Plan
ters and tho public gonorallyj
Steel Rails, of 10, 14 and 18 lbs. to tho
yaid, w iih fish-plates, bolts and spikes.
Patent Steel Sleepered Portable Track,
of 10 and 14-11). rails, with curved line,
'points and crossings to suit same.
Points and Crossings, suitable for lo-
comotive trafllc on gauges of 20 and
Sugar Plantitlo'i Locomotives. ,
Sugar Cane Curs, on four or oight
Patent Tll'l'lua Wagons, for forming
Wunbo keep on bun 1 for iho ronven.
jciiM of ) hiiiunions, u large an1 well
bclecifil m- i lj ot tjiiiro Axle", Wheels,
AMo Im.x h U 'It ', Nun, (-it',, to icplaco
or leni ,)ii'i n tolling Mock already
supplied In Mo r , r'owlor & Co.
tor tuither partlcuhtrb apply to
Messrs. 6. W. Marians and W, L. Green,
Agents for Messrs. John Fowlor & Co.
540 2w Leeds, England.
CONSIGNEES of the "Bell
Rock" nro hereby notified
that slip will commence to
dUcbaruo on 1'uesdav. 0th
November, nt 7u.m,
Good left on tho wharf after flvo
o'clock will bo stored at tho expense of
Consignees who are rcqucstod to call at
tho oftlco of tho undersigned, and pay
freight and charges.
G. W. MAOFARLANF & CO.,
C5o tf b Agents,
M & Spir
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST RECKBVHW, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaran etd to put out twice as lme a the in half the time of miy other machine.
It does not get out of older, and Is always ready for inc.
Every te idcnic, Sugar Mill ami Stole should have one.
Magueso-Calcite Firo Proof Safes & Boxes
With largci percentage of inside space tliim any other safe Wis ARE Sole
AdKNTS FOll THE AutlVL.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wiie Netting, llice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wive, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
SltidK-ato Oil in Five Gallon Tin.
Kerosene and Llbricating Oils a specially. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our Neiv Goods,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
EHJkHKlj 1! liniHKiE llllllj
A Large Assortment of theae ,iusil Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.'
Safes Sold for Cash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. BEIiGKER, General Agent, i
"40 tf b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
THE GREAT I. X. L. STORE,
Corner STuuami a d Queen Sts
No Bombast Simply an announcement
THE ABOVE STORE
IS NOW OPEN
Largest Assortment of Goods
Ever shown here without exception, consisting in part:
Dry, Pancy and House Furnishing Goods
Embroideries, Laces, and everything that conies under the above heading1.
Tie Largest and Finest Steele of Hen's, Bey's
and Yon h's Clothing.
Gbnt's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shces,
Hats, Caps', Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize.
KS-Don't forget the GREAT IXL STORE, Corner of Nuuann and Queen
' ' , Streets.
E. O. HALL & SON,
Ilavo Just added largely to thoir Varied Stock ol
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
ok Rvnnv i)i:scniiTiON, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS,
By tho " Martha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco;
The " D. C. Murrav," " II. W. Alniy," " Midlsgate," " W. II. Dbnond," mid from
England, via Panama.
Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York,
and tho Ceylon, from Boston, a very full lino of
Plows and Agricultural Implements !
Most complete assortment ever offered in this Kingdom.
532 lm h
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