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THURSDAY, KC. 20. 1883.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
FOn SAN KllANCISCO.
Alameda.... Leaves JIo'iolulu. Jan. 1st.
M.iripon....Loivei5 Il-nnlnln., Jan. IDlli
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
i'Oll SAN KllANCISCO:
Zcalandln On or about Dec 28
FOH AUCKLAND ASD SYDNEY!
Australia .On or about Dec 29
Zr-alandin On ornbout Jnn. 2(1
SUN, MOON' AND SEA.
Sun sots to-night C. 2J. . .p.m.
Sun rises to-morrow 0. U.I. ....a.m.
Moon rises to-night 12. lit a.m.
High tldo (equal) today. .10. 00. . . .a.m.
imiitldo (equal) to-night .10 '.m.
Diamond Head, Dec. 20, 0:80 a.m.
Light N. E. wind.
Stmr Jas Mnkcc off Wninnao
Stmr Lehiia for Molokai and Maui
Stmr Kilauea Hou for Kahulni
Sclii Ehukai for Waialua
Suhr Ilaleakala for Pepeekeo
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Likeliko for windward ports
Schr Kekauluohi for Hanalei
Schr Leahi for Kohalnlelo
Suhr Jennie for Nuwiliwill
Schr Rob Roy for Koolau
For Kauai per Iwulani, Dec. 18
W & H Dole, Miss D Halm, Miss F
- Scholz, V Hardy, F & E Kindt, E
A Burchardt, W E Johnson, O Isen-
berg and 45 deck.
For Kahulni per Kilauea Hou,
Dec. 19 .Miss S K Gray, C Smith,
T W Hobron & 46 deck.
For Molokai & Maui per Lcliua,
Dec. 19 W Auld & wife, G Irvine,'
W C Meyer & wife, J Bryan, J W
Davidson, J Dean & 23 deck.
The C. O. Whltmorc will finish dis
charging to-day. She will sail to-inor-row
The Annie Larson is on the Marino
The Hazard has moved nearer the
fish market to be hove down.
The Henry James lias movecl to
Brewer's wharf to llnlsh discharging.
The Kilauea Hon expects to return on
Suhr Kekauluohi brought -100 bags' of
Schr Leahi brought 20125 bags of sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
E. O. Hall & Son's calender for 1884
the Stock and Bond Exchange did
not meet yesterday.
Oou Island News and some Foreign
News appears in the supplement.
The room rceent'y occupied by the P.
L. and S. Co., over Irwin te Co's, is to
Seven oil paintings, by a lady, will be
offered fcr sale by Mr. E. P. Adams, on
A native hackman lost his license
yesterday, bocause he had been intoxi
cated when driving.
The best and most valuable Christ
inas goods yet sold by auction were of
fered? last evening by Lyons & Levey,
who had a good attendance and obtained
The attraction of this evening Is at the
California Furniture Co's store, where
pictures, furniture, perfumery, dolls,
clocks, fans, hats, etc., will be sold by
Mr. E. P. Adams.
Presents for the lepers will be re
ceived for a week longer, in time for
the new year. A quantity of warm use
ful clothing has already been forwarded
to Mr. Waterhouse.
The Hotel disturber pleaded guilty to
a charge of assault and battery yester
day. Ho will be sentenced to-day. A
reward of 9100 was offered by the pro
prietor, manager and clerk of the Hotel
for the discovery of the offender, this
should bo paid to Captain Mehrtens.
At Knneohe, a building belonging to
Ah Sin, was blown to pieces on Thurs
day. It was 4!) ft. long, 15 ft. wide and
contained 700 bags of paddy. The floor
of another building was also blown over
a fence and a quantity of rlco and sugar
cane destroyed. Alt Sin estimates the
damage m $3,C0D.
The Chamber of Commerce meets
again this morning at ten o'clock, Sever
al resolutions were proposed yesterday
for consideration, and It was the general
opinion that the Government should
hive given notice to tlio mercantile com
munity of the enforcement of the law
relating to payment of duties In gold.
The Working Men's Union, at their
meeting on Tuesday, postponed the
nomination of ollhors till 20th lust., and
it was proposed to in tko tlio Union of
nn educational character, by holding
olisses lu Hn i ring, Hawaiian and
driwln:?. The labor market was report
ed to bo In a deplorable condition, and
several votes of tlunks were passed.
Report held over.
Ten of the German laborers from Ko
loa plantation obtained a week's leave
of absence to enable them to attempt to
iijitilu work in Honolulu, and release
ulOinselvos from their contracts. Hither
to but one or two have, been successful,
the others however have obtained a
week's further extension o( time, and,
fell ild tlioy sueueud, ten moro laborers
will bu permitted to come here on the
Tun orphan attracted a crowded
audience on Tuesday evening, his room
belli'' graced by the piesence of royalty.
Ho displayed his Mipeilor imislcnl edu
cation by performing solos onvailous
Tin: Sailor's Home Society hold their
twenty-eighth niinual meeting at eleven
o'clock to-dny. Six new trustees are to
be elected, and, among other business
they might vote for the application of a
little paint to the building.
Correspondence Is solicited on the lop
Ic? .f the day, or what' may become so.
"V reserve the right to excise purely
Wo do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor.
POWER OF THE JUDCES.
Editor Bulletin: After the
lniiglmlilc nnd desperate attempt of
the P. G. Advertiser of day before
yesterday to crawfish out of its pre
vious discourteous remarks toward
the Supremo Court ancnt the bonds
at par case, it again approaches the
vital question of the day and the sad
grievance of the present executive
i. c. that the Supremo Court should
have the power to prevent the mem
bers of the Cabinet or the whole Ca
binet from breaking the laws enacted
by the legislature. As the Adver
tiser says, the thing is absurd, it is
worse, it is intolerable. In this des
perate stato of things the Government
deserves pity and gets it. When I
read this' tale of woe out loud, my
three legged Scotch terrier's eyes
became suffused with moisture nnd
be limped out of the room to conceal
his uncontrolnble emotion, while the
stone image of a Chinese deity, used
as a paper-weight, inaudibly sniffled.
The proposition of the Government
organ to amend the Constitution and
the laws so that, if the Executive
find it of vital necessity to break
the laws or even the Constitution
now and then, the Judiciary may
not interfere to prevent them, is a
good one ,and the legislature will of
course be only too glad to make it
all right with the Executive. It will
be only necessary to amend one or
two articles of the Constitution and
a law or two and pass a few new
ones. It is a perfectly simple mat
ter. The King' 8 Ministers must be
placed in the same position with him
self, above the law, and it must be
enacted beforehand, that whatever
they do is legal and right ; then
things will run smoothly.
A good beginning was made last
legislature in curtailing the powers
of the Judges of the Supreme Court
by removing from them the power of
appointing District Judges. At the
next session or the extraordinary
session of next month, if that is
called, further steps will be taken to
prevent a repetition of the humiliat
ing spectacle of last week. It would
ije bad enough to have our Executive
thwarted from doing a legal act, but
to be checked in the performance of
an illegal one, it fs more than human
nature can stand. And then to
think how the Government credit
suffers under the infliction. Mr.
Neumann, in his powerful argument
in the case, said the Government
credit would be annihilated if the
mandamus was issued. I presume
he was right and that it is now anni
hilated, but it is very hard to tell
whether it is or not; the Govern
ment had so little credit that its
annihilation is in itself a matter of
little consequence, but for the name
of the thing and as a kind of nest
egg for the future it ought to have
been carefully nursed.
It may comfort the members of
the Government to kn&w that in their
brooding darkness and distress, the
light hasjbroken through the threat
ening storm clouds from another part
of the heavens. I refer to the im
portant news from the South Seas,
that the Hawaiian annexation com
missioners have succeeded in
dazzling the eyes of the mighty chief
of Tongarrabootnhkillemekanclo by
wearing their uniforms ashore, and
he has stated that if the Hawaiian
Government will furnish him and his
tribe, numbering three hundred and
fifteen souls, with uniforms and
tobacco, he has no objection to an
nexation. Tjhis is a military tribe
and as all the men are in the army
the alliance will materially strengthen
the Hawaiian empire in the Pacific.
For Christmas or
New Year's Presents
Ilollister & Co.,
Fort St. ou Nuuanu St. Stores,
Offer inducements lo purchasers in an
AND X.OAV XrtI033W J
a beautiful sainplo line of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Very latest Paris Styles !
AT EXTKEMEI.Y LOW HtlCES.
HI. A. GouhuIvch &, Co.,
681Jlw Hotel eueet.
Of Bronzes, Majolica Ware, and other
By Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers. , .
llL.VM.irVI'OIV JOHNSON, I
J. H. CONGDON & CO.,
Bsaver Block, Queen Street, Honolulu,
Importers, Shipping and General Commission Merchants,
IIAVK JUST IiANr. A LAKCtK CONSIGNMENT OF
Barley, Bran, Oats, Onions, Beans, Wheat, etc Choice table &. dried Fruits.
Ex " Mariposa " Large Slock of CHOICE POTATOES, which wc offer to the
trade at srrjoiAi. pkioks. PARAGON AXLE GRKASE which gives uni-
585 . verMil sitisi'aciion. J"CorrcS ondence solicited. 3m
J. M. OAT,
. DIARIES OF 1 884.
Office apd Pocket Diaries of all sizes,
One, Two, and Three Days to a Page.
Ms, lew Year, . and. BirtMay Otis!
Autograph and Photograph Albums, and many other articles
Suitable fur Christmas and New Year Presents !
Also, something new in Ornamenting Papers.
J.'M. OAT, Jr., & Co. Stationers and News Dealers,
25 Merchant St., Gazette Block.
fiOi !Ut b
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
Sife THE MAGNIFICENT
new and Elegant Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Fiancisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
Passengers may have their names
booked in advance by applyinS at the
olllce of the agents.
Passengers by this line are hereby no
tified that they will bo allowed 250 lbs
of baggage free by the Oveiland Rail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
Cjteamer.s within ninety days.
Mekcuandise intended for shipment
by this Hue will bo received frou of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and receipts issued for same.
Insurance on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will bo at owner's risk.
"Wm. G. Ikwin & Co.,
Agents, O. B. B. Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The favorite bark
D. O. Murray,
Underwood, - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Sciiakfisu & Co., Agents.
JUST RECEIVED and For Sale by the
150 ItngsNo. 1 Unwashed
581 2w C. BREWER & Co.
A Good Pasture for Horses,
A. A, MONTANO.
linn' William Amt
1U11 3 II 1111U111) yPJ-N
600 Chance3, at $2.50 a Chance.
Tickets to bo had at Nordbcrg.s Auchor
A QUANTITY of Iron Ho .p, 2x3.10.
xjl Also, IionBTankj. Apply to
oqn nm " T IT UI1TTMH
I i in iwi
W. MACFARLANE & CO.
JR. & CO'S
Steam Navigation Company's
lilNE OF STEAMEKS.
bates, - - Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kau
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Fridav. Oct. 19
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 80
Tucsdav. Dec. 11
Tuesday. Oct. 80
Friday, Nov. 9
Friday, Dec. 21
Arrives at Honolulu at 5 r.w:
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Fridav. Oct. 20
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday", Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
Tuesday. Nov. 0
Friday, Nov. 10
camehon, ... Commander,
Leavos Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawlllwili, Koloa, Eleole,
nnd Walmea, Kauai. Returning, leavet
Nawlllwili every Saturday evening.
The James Makee,
Leavos Honolulu overy Thursday
at 3 p.m. for Kapaa and Kilauea. Re
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
1 p-m., and touching at Nvainae,, both
The C. R. Bishop,
davis, . Commander.
Loaves Honolulu evory Tuosday
nt 4 p.m. for Kukulhaele, Honokaa and
Tamilian. Returning arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday inornjng.
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday nt
4 p.m., touching at Lnhnlna, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Malm kona, Ku
wallme, Laupaboelioe and Hllo.
Returning, vill touch at all the
al ovp ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
the fast bailing;
will run icgularly
TO AVAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passugc apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. P. Cooke, Agent.
G. II. ROBERTSON,
town, Telephone No. OS. 15
Jtty Elegant Assortment of New Goods
Selected by m elf In Paris, l.oi.dn i, h d N w York,
Are If Open and Ready for Inspection
AND SA.JL1IC, iml eoinpriNo
Never leforo introduced hcic, nmong which will bo foin.l
Entirely New Patterns in
Lais', Misses', aid Children's Boots and Shoes':
tar .IU3T SEK MYJ-iBU
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do2noifall to see'thc
New Styles and Colors in IiSirties' and Misses' Silk,
Lisle, and Balbriggan Hose.
NEW STYLES OF LADIES' PURSES, in Peacock, Blue, Old Gold, and
Maroon Plush, &c, &c, &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHR3STMAS PRESENTS
It Is not necessary for me to enumerate the many new g o Is 1 o v
introduced by nn-here, but the
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves,
HHcnolulu, Nov. 22, 1883.
f.. W. R. BUCH.VNAtf,
105 & 107 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
AND TOYS !
We have received a further eousigi ment'of Messrs. Mirrlces, Watson & Co.'a
machinery, and have now on hand, reai y for delivery.
One Trlpplc-Eflcct, on handsome wooden iron staging, cintaihihg 3436
Fquaio feet of heating surface, vlth pumping engine and dlichatglng moat,
One DoublcEfTect, having 2200 square feet of heating surface, wltU
engine and montjiis.
One set of Four "Weston's Patent Centrifugals 11b ngintanl m'xer.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
Having increased facilities for the manufacture of these machi e, tut
Woston's-Patent for which, in Great Britain, has expired, we aro tin s en
abled to offer them at materially reduced prices.
Wo have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, rubber
bauds and bushes, etc. '
Two Diagonal Engines, each 6 Inch by 12 inch.
Clariflcrs, Flat Coolers, 80x2 and C.5xl.7,
One spare Top Roller, for 20 Inch by 51 inch mill.
One spare Bide Roller, for 20 Inch by 01 luth mill.
One spare Intermediate Spur Wheel, for rearing of 20 inch by 54 mill.
U, W. Maefarlauo & Co.
632 tf U