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THi: UNDERSlGNLO have foimed
v n copaitneHilp utulci the Ann
name ot ' Sl'ltKUKELS & Co." for llic
purpose of currying on u general bank,
ingnnd exchange fenslnc at Honolulu,
and such other places lit the llnvallan
Kingdom t3 may be deemed advisable.
(Signed) CLAUS SPRKCKELS.
Wm. G. I1NVIX.
F. F. LOW.
Honolulu, Jan. Hlli, 1881.
Referring to the above wo beg loin,
form the business public Hint wo arc
prcpaied to make loans, illscouuUppiov
cd notes, and puii-lmto exchange at the
' bc.il current rale. Our urinngrmcnU
for selling exchange on llic pilneipal
points in the United Stales, Luiope,
China, Japan and Auslralia nio being
made, ttnd when perfected, duo notice
will be given. Wc shall also be prcpaied
to receive deposits on ojicn account,
make collections, and conduct a general
banking and exchange businc-".
010 ilinb (signed) bl'RECKELS & Co.
Jug giuljj UUlu,
Fledged to nclthor Sect nor Tarty.
Bat established for tho benefit of all.
TUESDAY, MAR. A, 1881.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Meeting Military Co., 7:30.
Hawaiian class Y. M. C. A. 7 :0.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:110.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7:!10.
Trade Union, atDias', 7:00.
Meeting Temperance Society at
Miss Brccsc's, 7 :30
A CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER,
In the third degree, against Picric
Bourguc, Ernest L. Parker and Pale
Mahi, in causing the death of Adclc
AV. Brown, Mildred Brown and Htts
sclW. Brown, atWniluku, Maui, on
February Mtli, 1881, was heard at
Wailuku on February 28th, before
Hon. L. Aholo, sitting as Examin
Hon. Paul Neumann, Attorney
General, appealed for the Crown,
and Mr. V. O. Smith appeared for
the defendants Bourguc and Parkciyj
The following witnesses wcrcx
amincd for the Crown : Chailes
Kanacholo (Ic), conductor; Liu (k),
who did all kinds of wotk; Nicho
las HO. Uluhani (10, Alexander
gj. Skclton, one of the engineers.
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J.UC CVHICHCU Kir mu uuiuiitu i.ia
given by W. D. Rowell, Superin
tendent of the Kahului Kailroad;
Koala (k), fireman; Ernest L. l'ar
ker, engineer; T. W. Everett.
Palca (k), who pulled out the
coupling pin, made a statement to
to the Court.
The evidence for the prosecution
disclosed that it was customary to
put wood under the wheels of the
cars, when they stopped, and to set
the brakes, although no signal was
"iven to do so. That the brakes
sometimes did not hold and all the
employees knew it. That several of
the boys were in the habit of pulling,
out the coupling pin. That the
brakes on the two cars that got away
would hold only one pair of wheels
each. That, home time ago, cats
loaded with sugar had got away.
That the signal of two whistles was
given to put down the brakes, and
that only one whistle was blown.
That the cars were never quite sta
tionary before they were uncoupled.
That the biakes would hold on a
level but not on a grade, That
many of the cars were out of order.
That the oar icpaircr. Mr. Bourguc,
was supposed to keep the brakes in
order. That there was no l ulc for
employees to examine the brakes or
report when they were out of order.
That tho cars had run away twice
before. That a signal of one whibtlc
wii9 given to set the brakes, and two
whistles to uncouple the cars. That
it was not the engineer's duty to see
if tho brakes wcio in order. That
tho engineer acts as conductor ex
cept so far as tho collection of fares.
That Captain Ilobron had given
orders not to run the trains faster
than be ven miles an hour.
Tho evidence for the defence dis
closed thnt there is a train on
Wildcr's road at Mahukona which
has no brakes on tho cars. That
Mr. Bourgno was always ready to do
what ho was asked and was a faithful
man. That it had not seemed neccs
, sary to employ a .separate conductor
1 from tho engineer. That Mr. Par
ker was not by any means a lecklcss
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man. inai me wiusuu wu un
ft only before binning after tho run
away cars. That no signal was given
uncouple. That the brakes on
3 of tho cars would not hold,
That hone of the inert were allowed
to pull tho pin without ordevs. That, 1
al Spreckelsville, the pin is pulled
without a signal and without the
engine coming to a full stop after
orders have been given by motion of
the hand. That Parker, the engi
neer, had done all he could to pre
vent the accident after the cars ran
away, and thnWno cars had inn off
the track since he had been on the
road. That the men were not in
structed to block tho wheels and that
the brakes wcio not tested on the
day of the accident. That it was
nobody's business to see that the
brakes weic in order. If all the
brakes on a train of cars are out of
order and Bourguc is not notified to
repair Iheiu, they arc sent out as
they arc. He is to repair them when
he is notified to do so. That tho en
gineer only acts as conductor for
taking sugar but for no other kind
of freight. That the conductor,
who collected the fares, told the en
gineer where to stop and leave
freight. That it was the duty of
any of the train men to sec that tho
cars were in order. That the signal
to pull the pin was always given by
hand. That the locomotive is always
able to hold the cats that it pulls.
Palca stated that Parker motioned
to him, with his hand, to pull the
A Nolle J'roi was entered in the
oasc of Pierre Bourguc and Palca
In the case of Ernest L. Parker he
A careful review of the testimony
shows that there has been some laxity
in the manner of running and work
ing the line, and thatprobably if
another foreigner liiuVbccn engaged,
as conductor, thc.jtccidcnt would not
have occurrcuV This improvement
lias, we beji6ve, been since effected.
The .examination of the cars and
tholirakcs appears to have been
aVmosl everybody's business and
consequently nobody's business
The appointment of an inspector
of machinery to examine periodically
all locomotives, .steamer and mill en
gines, and machinery and rolling
stock of every kind would tend to
lessen the risk of explosions and ac
cidents to which the mills, their em
ployees and tho traveling public arc
liable. It would bo far more satis
factory to pay a competent mail a
good salary to do such work, and
endeavor to legislate against the oc
currence of accidents, than to be
compelled to witness or record such
a disaster as the one wc have briefly
MONDAY, MARCH 3ltl) 1S8 1.
All Fat v. J. D. liamscy, trespass,
damages $30. Judgment for plain
tiff 25 and costs S-l. GO.
C. K. Williams v. Mary Howard,
assumpsit for $28.25. Judgment
confessed, costs $3.
J. E. Wiseman v. J. dc Graves,
assumpsit $'10. Discontinued, costs
J. E. Wiseman v. Hattic Aana,
assumpsit $28. Discontinued, costs
Lo Ah Look v. Ah Shco, action on
Promissory Note for $110. Settled
out of Court.
M- Roderick v. J. AV. P.ilanolclo,
action for damages $200. Continued
to Cth Inst.
L. Ahlo v. L. Amoo and Lamp
son, assumpsit for $200, continued
to 0th Inst..
.MONDAY, MAUCII Sill) 1881.
J. Knhumaitna, Kaluahini, Char
ley, Mio, A. Howard, inebriates,
each forfeited SG bail money.
Kamauli, for a similar offence in
a saloon, was fined 810 and costs $1.
Maria Con Se Sun, forfeited SG
bail for deserting her parents.
Ah Sam, for disorderly conduct,
was sentenced lo 21 hours imprison
ment. Ah Kau, for a similar offence, for
feited his bail 825. The gentlemen
insulted each other by using tiie epi
thet "you're an Irishman."
Ah Hong, who has been remanded
periodically from lltli February, on
a charge of perjury in the faccond
degree, was again remanded to -1(11
Jack, an insane person, was com
mitted to the Asylum.
To most, waiting is harder than
working. Patience is a difllcult virtue,
and in this busy, overstrained age it
is becoming somewhat scarce. Oft
tinics it is the best service that, can
be rendered. "For thoy also serve
who only stand and wait." Away
from the glare of the world in the
piivacy of home, waiting not in idle
ness, nor in disappointed pride, but
in faithful performance) of the email
duties, which come hour by hour, the
soul's devotion to Cod is proved, its
sticngth is nottiished, and if a call
comes to higher work it is not found
wanting. "lie that is faithful in that
which is least is faithful also in
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
1 have leeched instructions from llic
Imporlcis to sell nl Public Auction, at
the Now Store in Campbell's Mock, Foi I
On "Wortne.silay, Murch 5th,
At 10 a.m. a complete invoice
BLACK WALNUT FURNITURE
consisting: in taut as follow:
Black Walnut Chamber Sets, olld:
Black Walnut Book Case,
1 landsomo Black Walnut Sideboard ,
Black Walnut Parlor Suits, Chairs.,
Hookers, O III no Tables, Lounges,
Extension Dining Tables,
Black Walnut Desks, &c , &c.
Sale positive, and without reserve. An
excellent oppoitunlty for baignlns as
tlie Hoods luiibl no sow.
E. V. Adams, Auctioneer.
MEMBERS of the new Military
Company are lcquestcd to meet
at the Hall of Engine Co., No.,1,
at 7:!J0 p.m. this TUESDAY
EVENING, to receive icport
itoin Committee on orgnni7ation.
W. II. ALD1UCII,
032 It Secrctaiy.
Water Coolers For Sale.
We have jut lcceived u small eon.
Mgniuent of' the above celebrated
Filters niitl. Water Coolers,
Full descriptions of the many advan
tages this Filter possesses, can be ob
LYONS & LEVEY.
G32 :it Beaver IJIoek.
DURING my absence fiom the King,
dom, Mr. L. C. Abies will act lor
muundei full Power of Attorney; all
bills against me w ill be paid by him,
and all accounts due me are to be paid
to him. S. I. SHAW.
Honol ulii. Mar. Ut, 1SS4. 053 2w
MRS MOR1AKTY is prepared to
give Lessons in French at pi ivatc
residences. Teims, !?4 per month, pay.
utile in advance two lessons per week
of one hour each lesion 052 "'f
Cottage to Lei.
OX llic Plain's, between Pensacola and
Piikoi streets, containing " rooms;
water laid on, and every convenience.
House newly painted and lcnov.ited.
Rent $1H per month. Apply on the prom.
Ue 2Cn Berotnnia .street. 052 lw -
AT a meeting of the Stockholders of
the Honolulu Ice Woiks Co., the
following Ollieers were elected for the
President Samuel G. Wilder
Vice-President W. E. Foster
Manager John K. Wilder
Secretary Andicw McWayne
Honolulu, Mar. 1st, 183-1. 051 lit
Colombia River Salmon !
i;r,i im b
A. S. CLEGH0RN & Co.
051 lm b
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
ACANAltY 1JIED. Owner nlenso
apply at the ClmmbeclninV, Olllce.
February S28th, 1881. . 019 tf
ONE SIDE of thai beautiful Ollleo
now occupied entire by J. E.
Wiseman in the Campbell Elock, Mer
chant Btrcet, with select offlco Furniture,
Apply to J . E. WISEMAN.
011 If General Business Agent.
Dwelling- House For Sale.
THK HOUSE and LOT on tho.Kulno
lcahuu plains, situate on the m'ukui
side of Uerctnnin sticct, and now occu.
pled by Judge McOully, is for sale.
Inquire of 8. II DOLE.
DUUING my absence from tho Kliig
dom, Mr. George 13. Howe will
transact all my business matters, acting
under full Power of Attorney.
Honolulu, Fob. 27th, 18S1. 018 tit
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIH Undersigned oilers the
Hotel Street Market
to a responMblo pni tv desiring to engage
In tho business. Also llutcner Cart 2
IIoism, etc. Possession immediate.
No. tl Adams Lino
The,. Under signed
hereby give notice lint the price of
Best, Best MM Bar Iron
Is reduced to 4-A ccnls per lb.
4 CENTS PER POUND.
In lots of 2,000 lbs. and over
Over 100 tons assorted sires to
Aild offer for sale in ipianlitlcs, al lower
pi Ices than cu be bought for In San
Finnclscn. thofollowluir Galvanized nine
on hand and to arrive.
About:i0,000 feet of 4 In. Gal. pipe
About 00,000 feet of ?, In. Gal. pipe
About 70,000 feet of 1 in. Gal. pipe
About 80,000 feel of l In. Gal. pipe
About 1(5,000 feet of 14 In. Gal. pipe
About 10,000 feet of 2 In. Gal. iiipe
Also about 120,000 feet of steam pipe
from i up lo 7 din, at very reasonable
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Honolulu Feb. SDtli, 1881. 031) lw
111 IAY I CO.
Have just received per "Alameda"
Casks Whitlaker Star Hams,
Cases Paragon Paeon,
Cafes Fail-bank's Laid,
Kits Salmon Bellies
KEGS COIINED BEEF,
ICegs Pig Pork.
Just Received from Dragon,
Oregon Potatoes for family use,
2 Barrels Smell.
XToi Sale 1',
Henry May & Co.
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REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Ti'ogloan & Atwator,
Tailors and Clothiers,
Four & HoTm, Stb. 080 8m
begs to lufoim the public
that ho has just received per
" Mariposa " a large ahsoitmeut of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
Also, Men's Boots and Shoes, all of
which arc of tho finest quality, and will
At tlin I.owohI iionhIMo jirlcen.
Tho Bp-,1 Brands in the Maikct.
V';!1 ! Oro,
J. ono ''iHliei'iunii,
Venn lc Oro I'.IejjniiteH.
For bale at Bijasonaiim: 11ati:h, by
010 Imb Beaver Block.
HE Undersigned begs to Inform his
iricuus and tlie public uenciniiv
that ho has rented the Miop and stock
from Mr. L, Way, and will continue
the business as Carpenter and Builder,
and hopes by paying stritt attention to
tliu business to l.ici It u share of public
Having rented my premises on King
Stieot, to Mr. Fill. Wilhehn, who has
acted as my Foreman for a number of
yours, to the balisfaetlon of inybolf and
customer, und -who Is thoroughly capo,
bio of cauying on tlie business, 'I hone
my old cuslomcis will accord him tho
sanio patronage as they gave me.
038 lm L. WAY.
Boots, Shoes ai Slim.
DILLINGHAM & Go.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham Steel Plow. IVnre Wire, Staple,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, Ac, &c, Ac. 052
EEADT FOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
ok r.vr.iiY DKsruiiTiox
105 & 107 Fort Street,
C3F Islai'd Orders will receive Prompt
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
1&. jA 1
75, 77 smd 81
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
CLuto M. ,T. KOSE.)
All oiders for Wheel-vehicles of every description filled with promptness and
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
CST FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nothing too hot or too heavv for us. TRAM CABS, OMNIBUSSES, PIANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CAltTS, made to older, altered oi lepaiied.
Our Horse Shoeing" Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a meclnnic second to nore. We
have no use for soaking scalds or rot tubs. All work guaianteed.
801mrges moderate. WHITMAN & WEIGHT,
-IG8 ly 7,1. 77 and SI King Street.
A Delightful Residence' For
fMJSx& df Beretania Street, between
KrtSlilSi l'iiki iU1(l Victoria streets,
oaUicEa&a (makai side.) This Dwelling
House contains C Rooms with all modern
improvements, bath and servants' rooms
Carriage House. Stable and Harness
Room, who screens throughout tlie
house on doors and windows. Artesian
well water supplied from Well of Mr. P.
Milton. Also Furnituie throughout for
sale including Garden Utensils, etc.
Lot 80x300 Grounds nciitly laid out
For a comfortable and central Home
tlieseprcmiscs excel. The place is being
sold in coiscrpicnoo of the Owner leav
ing Kingdom. Terms reasonable.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
0(0 2v ' General Business Agent.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
TO Till'. FItOUT
The icputation of tho nboic-nanicd
establishment for Superior Meals is well
known, and requires no further com
incut. 010 lm b
THE OLD CORNER
IIakt linos., : : Proprietors.
Served up In first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c, &c. Also,
Jcedl IDrinks J
DURING my absence Mr. J. Hyinnu
will act for mo under power of
attorney In all mutters of business; all
bills against me will be paid by him,
and all accounts duo me aro to bo paid
C33 2w E. PUCK.
rj"MIfi Undoi signed would bo pleased
1. lo obtain u position as Waiehouse
iiinn, Salesman, or Storekeeper nfter
April lbt. GFORGE GRAY,
01(1 No. !1 Adams Lano.
ON Tuesday, tho 20th iubt.,a small
black POOKBT BOOK, contain,
ing 'I WO DRAFTO, one on Messrs. II.
Ilackfehl & Co' and tho other on
Wilder it Co., pavablo to A. GILFILLAN
also, !?20, .$10 anil $5 in Gold, and a $5
Greenback. If the person lludiug tho
snjnovtlll return tho Hook and Drafts,
ho may keep tho coin, or be suitably
rewarded on returniuc same to Daily
1 Bulletin Office. 010 lw
I j Organs.
,r., s.,-... I,.', I, I Guitars
arid Picture Frames
mahi: to onnr.n.
Honolulu, II. I.
and Careful Attention.
(10G 8m b
75, 77 ami 81
A new and full Liue of Aiirtialian
Baddies & Bridles,
051 lm b A. S. CLEGHORN it Co.
ENGLING Sz SMITH,
Ti & Slmet-Iroii Workers
Roofers and Gas Fitters.
All kinds of Tin-ware ready made
or made to order.
No. 54 : : King: Street,
tf Opposite Police Station. 035
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 42 Kino Stkelt.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds mndo lo
order and repahing Harness, etc., done
in short notice. All ordcis promptly at
tended to. 503 ly
120 FORT STREET,
Have Secured the Services of
One of the Best Artists
From San Francisco, His Coloring is
Views of tho Volcano,
Also on Hand, Come and See Them.
Grocery and Feed Store.
"jyOLFE & 'EDWARDS, corner of
Y T King and Nuiianu streets.
Fresh Groceries by every steamer. Or
ders solicited, and goods dellveicd in
any part of tho city. fiGl 0m b
vx " JiAiurosA "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
"-- A. S. CLEGHORN & CO.
S. M. OAHTItlt. S, V. ClltAUAU
S, M. CARTER & 00.
RlITAIL DUALUUB IN
Coal and Feed.
Hay and Oats,
to all parts of cho city.
Remember, 82 Kiiitf street,
G78 tSTAnd Telephone No. 187
Best Manila Cigars
0.11 lm b A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
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