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Will bo received al thi' Office or the
Minister of tile Interior until Monday,
the 81st day of March. Inst, nt 12 o'clock
noon, for Printing and Binding the
License fmms of the Department for the
coming Biennial Period.
Schedule of tonus nnd -peclinons can
lie scon upon application to the Interior
A suitable Bond based upon the sun
ount of tho Contiaut will be required
upon execution of the same, conditioned
for its faithful fulllllmeut.
All Tenders must be endorsed "Tende. s
ior Printing License Form."
The Minister of the Intctlor doc not
bind himself, to accept 1he Lowest or
OlIAS. T. GULICK,
Minister of the Tuterioi.
March ailtli, 188t. 674 21
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED have formed
X a copartnership under tho firm
name of ' SPltECKELS & Co." for the
purpose of carrying on a general bunk,
ingand exchange business at Honolulu,
and such other places in the Hawaiian
Kingdom as may be deemed advisable.
(Signed) GLAUS SPREOKEI.S.
W'm G. IRWIN.
F. F. LOW.
Honolulu, .Ian. 14th, 1881.
Referring to the above we beg to in
form the basinet public that we arc
prepared to make loans, discount approv
ed notes, and puicbuse exchange at the
best curient rales. Our arrangements
lor selling exchange on the piincipal
points in the United States', Em ope,
China, Japan and Australia aic being
made, and when pcrlec.ted, due notice
will lie given. Wo shall ulho be prepai ed
to receive deposits on open account,
make collection, and conduct a general
banking and oxchanuc business.
GW 3mb (signed) SPHEGKELS & Go.
BISHOP & CO., BACKERS.
Honolulu, Hawaiian IMai.ds
Draw Exchange1 on the
Uitulv oi Civil J"oinia. H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK. BOSTON. HONG KONG.
&. Messrs. X. M. Rothschild tfcSon. London.
The Commercial Hank Co.. of Sydney,
The Commeicial Hank Co., of Sidney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchmch, and Wellington.
The Bank of Urillsh Coluinbia, Vic
toria, 15. C. and l'oitland, Or.
Transact a Ueneial Banking Business.
Oiil) ly 1)
Pledged to ncithor Sect nor Party.
Bat oitiblishod for tho hoaefit oi nil.
MON DA Y, MAR. 31, 188-1.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Band, Emma Square, 7 :J0.
Algaroba Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7:30.
" Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F.. 7:?0.
Book-keeping class Y M. C. A.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Two years and two months ago
the Daily Bit.i.ktin made its first
appearance as a little news and ad
vertising sheet. It, then measured
lCxiO inches, printed on one side
only. Since the commencement it hn
undergone four enlargements, at
four diifcrent times, until it has
reached its present dimensions.
The belief that Honolulu needed a
small daily paper induced the start-'
ing of the Biji.i.ktin. The public
support accorded to tho little sheet,
from the beginning to the present
time, is evidence that the belief was
About three months after the
Biillktix began, the Daily Adver
tiser came into existence. Man)'
disinterested parties, who believed
there was room tor one daily, doubted
if. the field wore large enough for
two. However, the two, such as
they are, have continued to exist.
One oursclvei by the most eco
nomical management has succeeded
in simply paying its way, and noth
ing more. The other our contem
porary has .succeeded, in sinking
. One tiling, however, has been
gained by having the two dailies.
Whatever their defects may have
been, they have represented the two
sides of almost every public ques
tion, Although the field is too small for
the successful operation of two
dailies, in a monetary souse, yet the
two are here, and here they mean to
tay. No doubt, our contemporary
will be content still to plod on, with
,' tho hope of coining a fortune away
in the future. As for ourselves, we
Wt are ao inured to economy that wo
can stand the siecre of hard times
$ vand smile with complacency when
others gnevo over tho lack of Jux
Hitherto these two dailies have
been issued as morning papers.
Thoy arc distributed around the
town every morning about the same
hour, and arc seen and read side
by side. Many people patronize the
both, and ihul pretty much the same
news matter in each. Sometimes
our contemporary gets an item ahead
of us, and sometimes we get two
the better of him. In the long run
we contain pretty much the same
news. (July in justice to ourselves,
we must confess that wc have a con
siderably greater number of readers.
Either because we, were first in the
field, or because we are cheaper, or
because our sentiments arc more in
harmony with public tastes, or per
haps of all these things combined,
our circulation is about double that
of our contemporary.
As before stated, hitherto the
BuLMvrix and Advertiser have both
appeared as morning papers; but
henceforth they arc to part company.
After long and mature deliberation
we have decided to make a change
'from the morning to the evening.
We shall leave our contemporary to
go it. alone in his old position, whilst
wc sunt over to a new nase. me
present issue is our last as a morning
paper. To-morrow wc shall make
our bow to our friends and the public
in the evening, with the latest news
up to the time of going to press.
This change is made in the interests
of our patrons, which means the
general public, and of ourselves.
PRESENTATION TO JUDCE BICKERTON.
On Saturday morning it was ru
mored, in the precincts of the Police
Court, that there was a
sheet," not a new case or a
to be heard.. After some good
lured badinage in the office of the
Deputy Marshal, the Court was
opened and Mr. Dayton said lhat he
had nothing to present.
Colonel John Russell, who hap
pened to be present, then rose and
addressed His Honor stating that he
wab glad of the opportunity to be
there on such an occasion, and he
offered an unsoiled pair of white kid
gloves to the Judge, which, lie said,
would only be a small addendum to
the unsullied ermine hitherto worn
Ivy His Honor in the Courts of Hono
lulu. He hoped that there would be
more such occasions and that the an
nals of crime, especially in that
Couit, might be permanently dimi
nished. Judge Bickerton, in accepting the
presentation, said that though it was
not the first time that there had been
no record of crime in the Court, yet
it was the first time that an actual
presentation had been made to him.
He thought it appropriate that Mr.
Russell should be the member of the
bar to make the presentation, in con
sequence of his well known relations
in connection with the business of
the Honolulu Police Court.
FOR OTHER SHORES.
The following passengers are al
ready hooked to leave by the Ala
meda on Tuesday: Miss Anna J
Biccse, Miss Frances Lack, Miss
Alice Love, W K Dengcr and wife,
Mrs C R Bishop, airs T Everett,
Miss M B Collins, Miss L Trwin,
Miss C Anderson, Dr. J W Ander
son. A R Vail, Mrs Milton S La
tham, Mrs Frank Latham, Miss
Oliver, Miss Hcaly, W W Farnum,
Capt J II Marshall and wife, Miss B
Hinds, Miss D Hinds, J A Oliver,
Miss Mack, A Mack, Miss A Till
man, F Tillman Jr., II Ncttcr, P II
W Ross, Mrs W P Toler, Miss L
Toler, F C Kcntlicld, Miss Eldred,
Miss Ripley, Miss llutchins, J A
Whitman, Mrs Whitman, Miss E
Whitman, Miss M Whitman, Master
L V Gale, Miss Polly Gale, Mrs E
P Whitman, Miss S E Jones, J E
Gale and wife, Miss Nellie Rowe, J
D Rice, A B Hull, P II Bordan, Mrs
Bordan, C C Ilarnum, Mrs Ilarnum,
Horace North, Mrs II North, Miss
E W Dyer, Miss II P Dyer, Miss M
L Jacobs, Miss J M Mnrr, Mrs J A
Smith, Miss Smith, E Sutherland,
Dan. Lyons, Harry Webb, Mrs G C
Hewitt, Wallace Freeman, M Sass,
W LusconibCj Miss M Howe.
Did you ever nolicc how long it
takes a woman of the alwaj's-going-aiul-ncver-gono
order to get out of
the room? Something thus: She
has risen to depart, a matter which
really won't be accomplished for tho
next half hour, She tallest "And
;ts I was saying (slpes toward the
door) slicsays to me, says she (steps
back again), '1 never said any tiling
of the kind' (stops toward the door).
What I did say was that (steps back
again and talks)." You think it's
all at an end that she's really going.
(She takes three very slow steps
toward tho, door). "Why. no, I
didn't. If she said lhat she said
what wasn't so. 1 never said any
such thing. (Comes back. Starts
in afresh. Apparantly forgets she
has to go at all). Well. I know you
wouldn't believe any such thing of
me. I think she might well, she
should be more careful. (Turns
again to go). Well, I told him it
wasn't so." (Swings slowly around).
"Well, I must be going. No, indeed.
You don't say so. Do you! Well,
T never. Now (goes at it again
with hammer and longs) it's always
been the way with her in everything.
Why, do you know I've done more
for her helped her fix her dress
well. 1 must be going." (Hand on
the door knob. Keeps it there)'.
"Yes. Well, you may just say it's
no such a thing. I wasn't there and
I didn'l say it." (Opens the door).
"How much did it cost? I gave S3
for mine. Well. I must be going.
Yes, I know." (Keeps the door,
open and lets tho draft in). "Why,
if he had been there I guess I should
have known it. She don't know half
the time what she is saying. ' ' (Closes
the door all but a chink and remains
inside). "It isn't likely that I would
have gone and done such a thing."
(Swings door to and fro). Well,
you can say this for me, that I never
said so." (She is still at the door
knob). Chicayo Tribune.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey
By Order of the Assignees
in the Estate of J. W. Robertson &
Co., at the store, Merchant Street,
we will sell at auction, at 10 a. m., the
Stationery & Fancy Goods
Letter, Note, and Account Paper, Euve
lopes ot all sizes, Note, Receipt, and
Draft Books,Shipping Receipt Books and
Pads, Lawyers Seals, Government Tags,
Paper Fastener., Steel Pens, Quifie,
Writing Copving and Fancy Inks. 3Lu
cilage, 1000 pieces of Music, Music Paper
Photogiaph Albums, Games of nil
Kinds, a large assortment of Blank
Book, Labor Coiitiacts, Nos. 5 and C,
Pui chasers and Manufacturers Invoices,
Ink Stands, Gold Penholders and Pencils,
Legal Blanks, Deeds, Leases' Power ot
Attorney, Bills of Sale etc., Drawing
Paper, Mounted and Unmounted Detail
Paper, Lead Pencils, Charts, Diaries for
18o4,Scrap Pictures and Books, Bankers
Cahc-, Blotting Paper, Flags, Memo
randum and Pns-s Books, Flat Papeis,
Letter Copying Books, Document En
velopes, Flat Round and Patallel Rulers,
Spy.glassc Christmas, Cards, Cash
Boxes. Show Caes, Desks, Tables, Papers
The very Valuable Copyrights of the
Andrews Hawaiian Dictionary and
Grammar. Alexander's Hawaiian Gram
mar, Jarvis' History of the Hawaiian
Islands, Hawaiian Phrase Book, Lei
Alii, with plates, Hawaiian Guide Book
by II. M. Whitney.
The Fancy Goods, comrnisiiiir Album.
Games. Ink Stands, etc., etc, Mill be
sold on Satuiday evening, rth April, at
070 Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
A SPLENDID Native Bml Saddle
IIor.,e. guaranteed sound and with,
out Vice. Price 100 Cash. Apply at
tU Olllee. 075 lw
A GOOD SMART BOY.
Apply at Bulletin Ofi'ioh.
A WOMAN to do housework and to
take caro of a child four years old.
Apply to this Oillce. 072 lw
A GOOD NATIVE SALESMAN, ono
that is acquainted with the Dry
Goods business, apply at the Bulletin
Olllcc. 009 lw
BX a young man (German) a situation
in town or country, as bookkeeper
or cleik; understands horses, and can
drive a business or private wrgon, Ad
diess M. II. this oillce. 007 lw
TFJOIIN McVEIGII will call at tho
X Old Corner, before April 4st, he will
save hiinHblf a great deal of trouble.
Honolulu, March 28th, 1881. 07-1 lw
(Succossor to C. P. Ward.)
All outer for cartage promptly at
tended to, at tho lowest rates. Albo for
White and Itlaek Baud
in quantities to suit, at lowest prices.
JUST OPENED !
A largo and extrcmelj nilcd
For Sale Very Low,
Cull unci DQxiiiiiiiic.
M. A. GoNHAt.vr.s .Sj Co.,
fit) Hotel Street.
ALVIN II. RASEMANN
Wishes to notify the public that he
Has Opened a Book Bindery
In lift GAZETTE BUILDING, and 1st
now prepared to do all kinds of
Magazines; Pamphlets, Catalogues,
Reports Etc., Etc., Etc..
Bound to order in Sheep, Calfskin, Mo.
iocco, Leather or Boaid.
C53T By sit ict attention to business,
and model ate chaisje, T ti list to merit a
fair -liaiu ot the patronage heretoloro
solibeinlly bestowed upon.I.W.Robeit.
son & Co. 007 1 m
TH1E MAILbv the
S3. . Alameda.
Will flo-e at the Post Olllee,
Ai 1 p.m. Tuesday
April lt, 1881.
A" l,ATE LETTER HAG " will be
kept open on the mornint: of her
sailing from 1 till 2:30 p.m., to receive
late letters, on which an additional fee
of Five Cents each letter mut be paid.
LETTERS foi REGISTRATION will
be received till !) o'clock on Saturday
Applications for FOREIGN MONEY
OBDERS for the Alameda's mail will
not. be received later than 12 o'clock
noon, Satuidiry, March 29th.
H. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
Post O.lire, Honolulu, Mar. 20th, 1884.
.1. 31. OAT &. CO., S.WMIAKEMS,
Loft in A. F. Cookes New Firc-Proof
Building, foot of'Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, II. I.
Flags of all descriptions made and
repaiied. ly b
J. HinOATJr. &Go.
Dealers in all kinds of
Tiic Lateest Foieign Papers always on
band at the Gazette Work, Merchant
Street. ly b
, IN the Best Style, and
at the shortest notice.
Just Received from Canlon via
Hongkong por Bark Helena,
In live Qualities.
In ten diUercnt Pattern3.
For Sale at Lowest Market Rates by
COO lm LEWERS &- COOKE.
ENGLIBTG- & SMITH,
Til & Stot-Iroi Worlers
Roofers and Gas Fillers.
All kinds of Tin-ware ready mule
or made to order.
Blo. 54 : : King Street,
0m Opposite Police Station. 035
Notice to Consignees.
Jw THE BRITISH J1AKK BIR.
yjgV MAH will commence dis.
Tgigehnrging cargo, This Day.
assMiuch 27th, at tho Pacillo
Mail Wharf, Consignees nro respectfully
requested to call at the olllico of the un
designed and receive ordeir, for their
G. W. MACF.uti.ANi; & Co, Agents.
&$L NISITIIER tho Captain or
jvijums ui uiu 1)1111511 DlirK
Birmah will bn Tounmmthln
yyiiVi? for nnv lnhf nnnlrni'lixl 1 iir
the crow of said Bark, while In this port.
G. W. Macfaiilani: & Co., Agents.
Notice of Removal.
R E M 0" V
1. 58 Queen Street,
Noxl door to W. G. Irwin & Co.
Thanking the Public for their liberal
patronage dining the past tovenleen
yen is, they will do their bet to lelain
the same al their new store.
Capital.- 9,000,000 Reiclismarks.
'"TUIE undersigned, having been ap
X pointed agent of the above Company
for the Hawaiian Islands, is prepared to
accept risks, against Fire, on Buildings,
Furniture, Merchandise, Pioduce, Sugar
Mills etc., on the mo3t Favoiablc Terms,
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Payablo in
070 ly b at Wilder & Co's.
King Street, - - Honolulu.
Has just received per Mariposa,
Whittakcr's Star Hams,
American Cranberry Sauce.
Pickle?, Young American Cheese,
Annear Table Sauce,
Table and Pie Fruits,
Honed Chicken and Turkey,
Atmore'H Mliiee 2Ien.,
Jnms and Jellies,
Buckwheat JFlour & Maple Syrup,
Oat. Meal, Corn Meal,
AVheat, Corn, Crackers, etc.. etc.
Leave your ordcis or ring up No.lli).
Goodh delivered to any part ol the city.
001 2w C. HUSTACE.
nx LATB AimiVALB,
VTi 15uivo1h, 'F'i'cnIi
A. S. CLEGIIORN & CO.
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
No. n Hotel ht. TolopJnn 74.
A DIVIDEND of Seven dollars and a
half por bhaie, to Stockholders in the
Groo Rauch Plantation Company, is
now payablo at tho olllco of
OUOl w li JOHN II, PATY, Treasurer.
fP YOUR HORSE IS SICK or LAME,
X or any way out of order, call on A
T. BAKER, at Capt. J. O. Cluney's eta
bles, corner of Queen & Punchbowl sts
BSyBrcakiiic horses to saddle or car
I riago a specialty, 480 ly
To The Ladies !
V17B BEU lo lufoiiii our friends and
TT customer that we have been ap
pointed Sole Agents for this well known
Firm nnd have much pleasuie In inviting
insprcllon of our large and varied al
Comprising the following:
ISiiilH'oWlci'ctl Hlllc Sei'cciiB
of the most beautiful colors nnd of as
tonlshlng beauty nnd finish.
Embroidered in Silk by Japanese.
A lnrgc variety of
of the flne3t Porcelain, leniarkable for
uniqueness in color and shape.
Porcelain Figuros. Japanosu Toa Sots
of the linest China.
Tcte n Tote SctH.
Silk Embroidered Kimonos,
Cai'vcil Wooilen Cablnotn,
Wnll OPocketw, Tray.
of Jnpaiicie Seonery, coloicdnnd plain.
A Lirgo (-election of
Japanese Bronze Jewelry,
Oh at us,
Meurf IMiiic, etc., cto.
Also a large variety ot goods suitable for
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS.
and all whom it may concern.
JJTZ!'fa" The uudoi signed having
mrf rrljlf!K!Sy mntlc alterations, addition,
cn$utS!lrul iniptovemeuts in his
aSavdAasA SA! FACTORY,
is now prepared to give
The Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will furnish containers for the same
free of cost to any one who may desire.
TBIOS. W. RAWIiIKS,
Honolulu Soap Works.
Office in Brick Building,
King street, Lelco. 483 ly
Ring up Telephone No. 202.
IF YOU WANT a Cheap Job done to
any part of the Citv or Suburbs.
Next to Hammer's Harness Shop.
fi()2 3m b
Ho. 96, King Street,
Telephone, No. 130
HAYING BOUGHT out tho business
of W. H. Wilkinson, tho unde
signed is prepared to carry on a general
Express Business; and hopes by piompt.
ncss nnd dispatch to merit a fair share
of the public patronage.
Sand and Cartage.
H you want
Of any description done, or if you want
WHITE OR BLACK SAND,
In Quantities to Suit.
AMERICAN EXPRESS Co.,
COO lm b 81 King Sheet.
H. SI, OAltTHll.
S. V. OKA IT A
S. M. 0ARTEE & 00.
Retail Dkai.i-.kh in
Coal and Feed.
JE-Iay and Oat's,
to all parts of ho city.
Romeinuer, 82 Kine; street,
C78 B3And Telephone No. 187.