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MONDAY, NOV. 19, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
'.Band at Emma Square, at 7:30
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Algnroba Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7:30.
A WATER-TUBE BOILER.
; " The Bnbcock and Wilcox water
'"tubo boiler, which is now being in
troduced in the Kingdom, is said to
be more economical in price than
those in general use, using less fuel
and being more easy of trausporta-
Jb tion. One of these boilers bos been
already purchased by the Reciprocity
m Suirar Comnanv. and two more are
shortly expected. It is used ex
tensively in refineries in New York,
Philadelphia and Boston, and on
plantations in Cuba.
We take the following account of
its construction from a catalogue:
"It is composed of lap-welded
wrought-iron tubes placed in an in
clined position nnd connected with
each other, and -with a horizontal
steam and water drum, by vertical
passages at each end, while a mud
drum connects the tubes at the rear.
; The openings for cleaning opposite
the end of each tube are closed by
hand-hole plates, the joints "of which
are made by milling the surfaces to
accurate metallic contact,, and are
f 1' held. in place by wrought-iron forged
clamps and bolts. . They are tested
and made tight under a hydrostatic
pressure of 800 pounds per square
jiheh, iron to iron, and without
. rubber packing, or other perishable
Bubstanccs." The agent in.Honolulu
is Mr. W. E. Rowell, and informa
tion can also be obtained from Mr.
FORT STREET SCHOOL.
In Room three, that of Miss Kin-
;ney, we also heard several of the
class give, from memory, a summary
Pf? of the parts of speech of the English
fV 'language. Other pupils were asked
to point out any mistakes that had
been made, and they were readily
acknowledged by those who hud
made them. The meaning of the
elements of a sentence was explained
by the pupils, who gave different ex
amples illustrating what they said.
?We ascertained that "no parents or
-visitors" had been to this room dui'-
;gi -ias the term. The class was pro-
W-. misfid n. written fwsiminnt.inn. nn T?ri-
,,. . ,
('.f .day (of last week), of some work
tney uaa aone, out, tuny anve to
uri A'tue prospects oi a nontiay, tuey rc-
, minded the teacher that Friday would
,'st - uw tjLAio Auujuovy a kjh iiaamv v u
Via Tf ia TVTo-inesf if'o TiitH Virlnw tftiir innr
vto'.the division or this room, the
teacher is supposed to teach "four
teen classes a day" ; she teaches
Geography and "Map Drawing."
, Several very good specimens of
maps, drawn oy tne pupils, were
hanging framed upon the walls, no-
;tably those of Africa, North and
South America. Robert Graham
gave an excellent idea of the plot of
Macbeth, and in lus'account he made
the very snge remark that, "Portia
feiif" "wasn't the wife of Bassanio, when he
S;Tvanted to get the money." He knew
; that Shakespeare was born on tne
'Avon and in the sixteenth century.
i;Hc had only seen Macbeth played
Jtpnce, when he was four or five year's
! old, but remembered what had been
told him, some time last term by
his teacher. We also heard some
good exercises on adverbs, clear
J'nnnalirtna nnrl nvfnnrlnrl nnaitrm'fl "hnlnnr
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given. The old story of Alfred nnd
ithe cakes, was also narrated. We
ascertained that all pupils were pro
emoted once a year, but that an ex
ception had been made in the case of
a boy from Australia, as it was found
.thattho was far advanced and excep
tionally well taught for his years.
, Tho following account of a game
-of Base Ball was written .by one of
?'tbe pupils in this room, who is only
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;, t BASE BALL.
& ; It is one or tne nest games piayeu.
P!: I went out to see the game of ball
fSS-between the Maui and Honolulu
Js?sfe '-i V'uus. xncy piuyeu ou ouuuuuy uou
f' Iond,ay. The Honolulu boys played
There arc four ba-
'traUlU UVBV Vi
The roan that strikes stands
with his bat over his shoulders. The
?rPUcher tliows the ball, and he al
Vffi'wavs 'tries to strike it. Ho has a
mMjisooA 'many chance po strike it.
many chance t strike
When ho strikes it he runs with full
speed to his first base. But if the
ball gets to the man at the base be
fore ho gets there he is put out.
This is nn American gnuio. If the
striker makes n foul and the catcher
catches it he is out. The men keep
betting all the time Thero was ono
man who bet 5.00 on the Maui
Club, but ho lost nil his money.
When tho game is through they nil
get together and give thrco cheers
The next room is in charge-of
Miss Whitney, who takes the class
temporarily until the arrival of Miss
Winter. There were thirty three
pupils present, nine of whom were
in the third grade and twenty four
in the second grade.
Our next visit waB to Room One
which contained the first grade.
This is in chargo of Miss Mossman
who had two classes, thirteen in the
higher ono and twenty, all new to
the school, in the lower class. A
bell was touched and one class came
to the front in perfect order. Tboy
were put through their usual lessons
in counting, forwards nnd back
wards, from ,1 to 100. There was
not one mistake made. They were
then taught how to. make two, by
putting one and one together. The
same was done with threes, nnd
fours and lives.
Several numbers were given to
the children to write on their slates,
which were submitted to us, and
almost all were done accurately and
with great neatness. We were told
that there had been "a few visitors
to this room" during the term, that
pupils were promoted "at anytime,"
that Geography was "not taught, by
direction of Mr. Scott," that "no
music had been taught this year,"
that a little drawing was "taught
from charts," and that "Swinton's
reader" was used, and that the
children learned to spell from it.
The inspection of this room was
the most pleasing sight that we had
seen in cither school. The class of
little children, all of whom were
clean, neat, tidy, attentive to their
work, and obedient to the orders
given them, can not easily be for
gotton, and reflects the highest
credit upon their teacher.
The second ' grade, with twenty
eight pupils, is under the supervision
of ,Mrs. Needham. The children
were engaged in an Arithmetic
lesson, and subsequently wrote
letters on the blackboard. We saw
very little work in this room as the
time for recess had arrived. We
noticed on a blackboard a roll of
honor, which contained the names of
the twelve best pupils for the pre
vious week. This roll is altered,
from week to week, as occasion may
require. No music, or drawing is
taught in this room, but lessons in
Geography are given from text
books and outline maps.
This concluded our visit to the
Fort Street School, and we have
pleasure in saying that, what we
saw and heard, more than realized
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 ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
Editor Bulletin: On the even
ing of the 10th inst., some persons,,
nnticipajuigatreat, made a purchase
from one of the ice cream carts,
which arc becoming so numerous, of
what was vended for ice cream.
The "cream," however, was found,
upon tasting, to resemble poorly
flavored, and not properly sweetened,
frozen corn starch. I suggest to
the vendor that he change the name
of the article from that of ice cream
to that of " frozen starch," or some
thing at least in keeping with tho
quality of tho article, as otherwise,
some "wrong" person may, ono of
these days, get fooled, and let him
in, under the law prohibiting the
vending of spurious and ndulterated
food. The vendor mh-ht save him
self, legally, however, by advertising
that " a little of his cream will go a
long way," as was tho case in this
instance. This advice is gratis,
Perhaps our correspondent waB
suffering from dyspepsia on the
evening of the 10th. Ed, D. B.
Editok Bulletin : Frequently
noticing that in your paper, mention
has been made of the bad condition
of tho roads in different parts of the
island, and having also remarked
that improvements have been made
suli8cqitcnt to thoso remarks, I am
led to ask for your aid in drawing the
attention of tho public and the
Government to the road through tho
marsh between Ilee'm and Hceia-ken.
This road is constantly' being
travelled over by plantation carts,
daily, and is in such a bad condition
that the water on each side of the
road ripples with the vibrations of
iho carts. Numerous holes, ruts,
nnd rough stones make it pleasant for
the feet of the horses. To crown
all, though heavy road, taxes arc paid
in the neighborhood, nbt a dollar
has been expended for three years
on this section of the road. It is
said that other reasons than, economy
or shortness of funds have been the
cause of this. Hoping to see a
speedy improvement is the
Voice op Heeia. Residents.
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS.
IMPORTANT TRADE SALE
By order of Messrs. G YV. MAOFAnnAXE
& Co., I will hold
At my Sulcs Kooin, Q teen struct
ON FRIDAY NOV. 23rd,
At 10 A. m., at which will be offered on
a. Credit to the Trade, a Great Variety
All of which arc New Importations,
ex recent arrivals, und of which the fol.
lowing is a partial libt:
Fine Prima, Sattecns, Black Sntteens,
Black Merinos, Cretonnes, White nnd
Coloied Flnnoels, Angola and Cotton
Shirts, TWENTY varieties of Woollens.
Ladies' Felt Skirts, Check Wool and
TWEEDS AND TAILORS' GOODS.
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
in large vartety: Gents' Linen Collars.
Gents' Umbrellas, A splendid assort
ment of Woolen Blankets, cotton tow
els, large and small; Linen Sheeting,
all widths; Fine h'.tc Cottons, Bct
heavy Denims, linen diills, Turkey
Bed Cloth, Crape, A very tine assort
ment Gents, Hosiery and Underwear,
Also fancy feathers, Flowers, perfum
ery, Jewelry, etc., children's boots Hair
brushes, combs, Gents' scarfs, Lisle
thread, Gloves, &c, Also a fine assort
ment of crnckeryware, consisting of
chamber sets, Flower pots, lamps pitch
ers, etc. Glassware: such as Decanters
Wine Glasses, Tumblers, &c. A Line of
Hardware: consisting of hatchets, axes
Hoes, and other Plantation Tools. A
handsome assortment of Parlor Rugs,
Cocoa Matting, etc.
Terms liberal and made known nt Sale.
554 E. P. Adams, Auctioneer
ON Saturday, a D&rk Red Chuddah
Shawl. It was lost when driving
from Goo Kim's on Nunanu street,
through Chaplain lane, down Fort stieet
and along Hotel street to Uoo Kim's.
502 tf b
will be civen to
WILDER & CO
ON Thursday evening, between Bere
tania and School streets, a lady's
Gold Chain, eye glass attached.
The finder will be rewarded. Apply at
this Offl:e. f.C2 8t b
WILL BE PAID to any party giving
in formation that will lead 10 the
onviction and punishment of the per
son or persons, who broke open two of
the lock boxes of the Fostolflce, on the
night of tho 15th inst.; or who may be
engaged in similar depredations at the
Fostolllcc in future.
H. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
November 17; lbfiS. 562 3t
THE undersigned begs to inform the
public generally Uiat he has pur
chased the business of Apau, of Koloan
Kauai, and intends carryingon the same"
Apau will be responsible for tho debts
on the lato business. CHONG WO.
Koloa, Kauai, Nov. 10, 1883. 558 lm
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE & EDWARDS, corner of
King and Nuuanu streets.
Fresh Groceries by every steamer; Or
ders solicited, and goods delivered in
any part of thu city. 501 dm b
For Sale or Lease.
A SMALL BRICK COTTAGE, CON
sisting of four rooms and a Kitch
en. Rent moderate. Apply to
T. W. RAWLINS, Soap Works,
A QUANTITY of iron Honp, 2x8.10.
jljl. aiso, iron Taniw.
J. II. URUNS.
Notice of l"artiicrliip.
NOTICE is hereby given that a co
partnership has been this day for
med between O. F. Wolfe and J. U. Ed
wards to carry on a grocery and feed
store In this city, under the llrm name of
501 lrab WOLFE & EDWARDS.
Honolulu Nov, 15, 1883.
ANY one found shooting, trapping
game, or trespassing on the Kae.
lekel and Kahaione lands, at Maunnlua,
Oahu, after this date, will bo prosecuted
according to law.
THOS. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu, Oct. 15. 18P3. fiQOQt
600 Chancel, at $2.50 a Chance.
Tickets to bo had at Noidbcr&'4 'Anchor
Auction Sales by Lyons & Lovey,
Pictures, Rugs, Mats, &c, &c.
At Auction by Catalogue, Px S. B. Bell
Rock, from London,
On Wednesday, Nov. 21st,
At 10 a.m. by order of Messrs. G. W.
Macfarlaiie & ' o., we will sell nt our
Sales lioom Beaver Block the Juitlro
25 Cases of London Made
(fcrmliifr ono of the Choicest Shipments
ever introduced in Honolulu) .
PLATE GLASS MIRRORS
Pictures, Rugs, Mats, etc., etc., com
prising Drawing Boom Suites, RJehly
Upholstered Dining Boom Suites up.
bolstered in Linther and Morocco, La.
dies Work Tables, Whatnots, Folding
Chairs, Loo Tables, O mmodes, C.tnter.
liury's, Coffee Tables, Feather billows,
Rending rubles, Mus-ic Stools, Coiner
Brackets, Center Tables, Dnvi-nports,
Writing Desks, Hanging Book Shelves,
Spltoou Footstools, China Flower Pots
and Stands, Toilet Mirrors, Hassocks
Also a very fine Assortment of Pict
ures, Knqs and Mats.
Open for inspection on Monday and
Tuesday November 10th and SOth.
dialogues arc now ready nud can be
oblaine.l nt our Sales Room.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
"We have just received from the
Celebrated Tea House of
Of YOKOHAMA, JAPAN, a well
selected assortment of their
To which wo call the attention of the
trade, and beg to refer them to the
following Certificates :
Sworn Certificates of Purity.
FKOit LEADING PHYSICIANS AND
Consulate of His Imperial
I hereby ceatify that the Tea maiked
L.P.M. packed by L. P. Moore, Yokoha
rnti, and submitted to me. is in my opin
ion a pure, unadulterated, and natural
leaf. KENSARO YANAGIYA,,
His Imperial Japanese Majesty's
Consul at San Francisco.
Office of Fred. C Keil, Phumaceuliral
Chemist, Market Street Pharmacy,
To ittJiom it may concern:
I hereby certify that I have examined
the various brands of Japan Tea, all of
which have beenpurcbated by disinter
ested parties, and foil nd them all to be
more or le-8 adulterated with coloring
matters and other sub.-tance foreign 10
Tea, with the exception, of lots marked
L.P.M. packed by L. P. Moore, Yokohav
Theanalyses'of twelve different brands
gave the following result, viz:
No. 1. Largo amount of coloring, con.
sit-ting of Prussian Blue (feiro-cyan-
lae ot iron), uypsum aua soapstone.
No. 2. Large amount of coloring, con
sisting of Indigo and uluminout. earth.
This brand contains a large quantity
of leaves only rcssempllng Tea in color
No. 3. Colored with Indigo and alumi
No. 4. Colored with Prussian Blue and
Gypsum, and mixed with leaves from
No. 6. Colored with Prussian Blue, Gyp-
sum and Soapstone.
No. 0. Slightly colored with Indigo
Plumbago and Clay.
No. 7. Colored with Indigo, Plumbago
No. 8. Slightly colored with Plumbago
No. 9 Colored with Plumbago and
No. 10 Slightly colored with Prussian
Blue, Soapstone and Yellow Ochrts.
No. 11 Colored with Indigo nnd Plum.
No. li LPM L.P. Moore, Yokohama, per.
fectly free from dut and any artificial
coloring or oUVr foreiirn substance.
FRRD. C. KEIL.
Subcribed and sworn to before
me, this Vith day of January,
F. O. WEGENER, Notary Public.
San Fiiancisco, January llth, 1883.
L. I. Mooiie, Esq.
Dear Sir; Having read tho result of
the analysis of various brands of Japan
Tea, we consider No. 12, marked L. P.
11,, packed by your Arm nt Yokohama,
the only Tiaof iho twelve dimples fit
for tiB'i and piufoclly wholesome tho
other brands containing more or less in
jurious substances, nnd under no be
cumstanccs should be allowed to cir.
used. A. Gokutz. M.D.
G. J. Bucknei,t. M.D,
J. L. Meares, M.D. '
BSTFor sale UNREASONABLY
LOW and on most FAVORABLE
Q. W. Macfarlaiie & Co.
Good ItuNincHH CItunce.
FOR Rale a 'RESTAURANT in a
good location, doing good solid
business, with groceries, iixtures, furni.
ture, etc, 15 years lease
Aaaro3s, ii. i,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST 11EC131VI2D, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a fljo in half the time of any other machine.
It docs not get out of order, and is always ready for me.
Every residence, SugnrMlll and Slot o should have ono.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
"With lurgci pcrcontngc of insldo space than any other safe Wn are Bolb
AORKTS FOR THE AltOVE.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Slcidgnto Oil in Five Gallon Tins.. '
Kerosene and Llbricatlng Oils a fpeclalty. A good stock on hnnd and to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Just At rived.
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. BERGER, General Agent,
50 tf b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
THE GREAT I. X. L. STORE,
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
No Bombast Simply an announcement
THE ABOVE STORE
IS NOW OPEN
WITH THE ; V-"'. ?
Largest Assortment of Goods .
Ever shownhere without exception, consisting in part: "'"',.
Dry, Fancy and House Furnishing Goods. . -.ir
Embroideries, Laces, and everything' that comes under the above heading.;
Tin Largest and lest stock of lei's, Boy's
and You h's Clothing.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Slices,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize.
l-Don't forget the GREAT I X L STORE, Corner of Nuuanu and Queen
E. O. HALL & SON,
Havo Just added largely Jo tholr Varied Stock of
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
ok eveiiy DESoniPTiON, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS, '
By tho. " Martha Davis," Ovorland, via San Francisco ;
The"D.O.Murrav, "H. W- Almy,'"' Mallsguto," " W.II. Dimonil" and from
Engiand, via Panama.
Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York,
and the Ceylon, from Boston, a very full lino of
Plows and Agricultural Implements !
Most complete assortment ever offered in this Kingdom.
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