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The .Justice of the Kupicme Com I
hn this ilny uppolntctl Hi.niiy V. Pooh
to ho Second Deputy Clerk of enlil Comt.
Uy the Court.
WILLIAM I'OM'KR, Clerk.
Honolulu, Oct. lil, 1SS1. 831 lw
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Notice to Subscribers.
Mr. A- M. Mellis is authorized to
collect all back subscriptions for the
''Daily Bulletin," whoso receipt for
the same will bo sufficient.
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Bulletin Office, Oct. 7, 1884.
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WEDNESDAY. OCT. 8, 1881.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Oiihu Lodge, No. 1 K. of I. 7:!I0.
llcthel rruyer fleeting, at 7 :.'!().
Fort St. Church, I 'raver Meeting
St. Andrew' Cathedral. imiuI
Regular Cash Sale, at Sales Room
of Lyons & Levey at 10 o'clock".
Of the many special dilllciilties
which confront school teachers in
this country, one of the greatest, .so
.some teachers say. is the dilllctilty
of procuring suitable text-books to
facilitate and not impede the teacher
in his. and her work. This dilllculty
does not arise from deficiency in
variety of books and pories of books
to choose from, or insulllciency of
supply; but from the fact that none
of those books or series of books,
no matter how excellent in them
selves or how well suited to the con
ditions and needs of the countries
in which and for which they were
originally prepared, are altogether
adapted to the conditions and needs
of educational work in this country.
In the first place, the subject matter
of a large proportion of the lessons
is unsuitcd to Hawaiian beginners.
As they naturally and necessarily
treat of tilings, for the most part,
foreign to the observation and ex
perience of the young Hawaiian,
their meaning is not very clear to
his comprehension. Lessons on
matters within range of his own ob
servation and having a. practical
bearing on island life would be
much more easily and readily com
prehended. Among the great vaii
ety of books hitherto used in the
public and private schools of the
kingdom there is not one of this
character. Hut above all, it must
bo remembered that most of our
teachers aic engaged in teaching
'English to llawaiians, which is n,
foreign innguagu to the learners;
and books which are eminently
fitted for teaching children who al
ready speak the language as thoir
mother tongue, can hardly be so use
ful in leaching others who have to
learn to speak that language. A
book, or perhaps a series of book's,
especially prepared for this pur
pose, is what tcaclieih feel the need
' of. Mr. (Meson's '"English Lessons
for llawaiians" is undoubtedly a
step in the right direction, but either
he or others should go farther. -it
'$ seems tons that the appointment,
by the Board of Education, of a
tof committee of teachers experienced
In teaching llawaiians, to prepare a
suitablo scries of books for use in
our schools embracing geography
and history, ns well as reading,
would bo a wise, progressive, and
A LABOR IDEA.
Mr. Canavarm, the Vorttigue.se
Commissioner, is reported as think
ing that a solution of the plantation
labor problem could be found in
allowiim the PoiIueucso to raise
cane, on shares. Thry would thcu
woik uncomplainingly, not only ten,
but twelve orfointccn hours a day,
or during daylight. Thcic may be
more in this idea than is dieamed of
in the "main strength and stupidity"
philosophy of some planters, ft is
doubtful if, even upon material con
siderations, the cheapest specimens
of humanity aie in the long run the
cheapest labor. One thing that
enhances the cost of labor chosen
for its mere animal qualities, is the
necessity of repeatedly replenishing
it from original sources. Because
where, as in the case of this country,
the dictates of humanity and civili
zation are obeyed, and the natural
increase of the plantation workers is
not permitted to giow up to a mcicly
brutal stnndaid, the rising genera
tion of the plantations will not be the
cheap labor that its progenitors
were. The children who get along
well in our schools will not, it may
be depended upon, hold themselves
as cheap as their fathers in the cane
fields, and, unless the Kingdom can
fuinisli them with openings for mak
ing a more independent livelihood in
held, factory or olllce. they will
give other countries the benefit of
the education gained at this country's
expense. Such suggestions as that
made, by Mr. Canavarro, and that
made in the J'lmilcrx' Monthly last
month that the laborers should he
encouraged to improve their domes
tic plots as their permanent homes
aic timely ami scnsime coiiirniu-
tious to our many-sided
THE PORTUGUESE IMMIGRANTS.
A visit to the Immigration Depot
was made yesterday by the Bn.i.nrix
reporter. On passing through the
gale an invitation to lunch was
extended by officer Marcos, and a
splendid bowl of soup washed down
by a glass of claret soon disap
peared. After lunch we. first saw a
number of the immigrants shipped
from tho depot on lo a huge dray
ready to be taken lo the whaif.
They appealed to be quite contented
with their lot. Walking round the
grounds many amusing sights were
seen. There in front of one door
was a whole family in deep con
versation piobnbly arranging for the
future. Thcic's a couple of young
fellows having a dance to the music
of an accordion, and fuitlicr on a
group of children who are disputing
over a poor solitary banana. Our
progiess is somewhat impeded,
owing to the number of clothes
lines, it evidently being wasli day.
Turning a corner we get mixed up
in a lot. of blankets and sheets hung
out to dry, and when once free,
find oursclf face to face with Mrs.
Jarlcy's Johnny who, is checking off
immigrants, and that moment is in
search of one by the name, as
w'c understand him, of Fernando
Fcrrovarropercirannndcz. Right in
the cornet there arc two young men
offering their hearts to a young
damsel who blushes as the reporter
passes. Wc have reached the cook
house or shed, and find a few still
enjoying their meal, so proving to
us that they arc well fed and taken
care of while at the depot. There
comes a representative of Brewer :
Co., to look after his shipment, and
tho indefatigable commissioner,
Senhor Canavarro, proceeds to busi
ness with him. On the opposite
.side of the office, Mr. Marcos is
calling together another, lot wdio are
to go to Ilakalau. At the door Mr.
Fishbournc, with book in hand, is
checking off a shipment of about 20
for another plantation, and they
pass out, jump on to a dray where
their baggage is already placed and
nic driven off. In the short time
spent there, wc came to the conclu
sion that this shipment of immigrants
is a very good one, there being very
few old people. There nre a iiiunbci
of children, and from all appearance
inoio to follow. The place looked
clean, the immigrants looked happy,
and glad to be on terra firma after
their long voyage.
Subject for the pioposcd now
debating society: " Whether is the
incoming or the outgoing steamer
the more interesting object?"
A hint is thrown out in the Otii'tiV
that a new debating and literary
society is on the ways and will
shortly be launched upon the inlcl-
lectual sea of Honolulu. Such an
i organization, well-managed, would1
be of great benefit to its member
ship, and might be of good service
to the outside community, directly
as well as indirectly. Sliced its
A contemporary represents the
community as sleeping while things
generally aic going to the dogs. If
the town had sonic kind of local
self-government, there would he less
torpidity during lulls in general
polities. It paralyzes the hand of
the journalist, when he would advo
cate local improvements, to know
that nothing can be done for two
years, beyond what the past Legis
lature has provided for. Another
discouraging consideration is that
when the Legislature meets, the
town's interests aic misrepresented
by political hacks and boobies, and
adjudicated upon largely by rural
membcra who know little and care
less about them.
The funeral of the late Sister Mary
Clare took place yesterday aftci noon,
from St. Andrews Cathedral. The
coffin with the body had been placed
in the church the picvious evening,
and covered over with a white pall
with a red cioss on it, lighted candles
standing at head and foot. The
church was crowded, the whole of
the scholars of St. Andrews l'riory
being piesent, dressed very neatly
in white with black sashes. 'The
floral offerings were numerous and
beautiful, amongst them a cross
made of white and blue Rowers from
II. M. Queen Emma who was pre
sent, as was also, II. B. M.'s Com
missioner Major Wodchousc and
Mrs. Wodchousc. The service was"
conducted by the Bishop, Revs. Geo.
Wallace and Alex. Mackintosh, the
boy choir singing the service and
special hymns very effectively. After
the service was over, the body was
taken to the Niiunnu Cemetery, the
choir, cleigy and Bishop before tho
hearse, and then Ehlrcss Phoebe
and Sisters Beatrice and Albertina,
as chief niourneis, with the school
children following, and piivatc car
liages. The pall bcaieis were twelve
of the young pupils of the deceased.
Arriving at the cemetery it was found
the grave had been lined and covered
with beautiful (lowers. Tho Bishop
read the service, the choirboys sung
the hymn, "Thou ait the Way,"
and thus was laid at rest a good
woman who had given up her life lo
woik for her Lord and Master.
LATEST FOREIGN HEWS.
Reports of cholera in Italy for the
last twenty-four hours of September
show total of -113 fresh cases, and
197 deaths, against -121 cases and
22!) deaths for the preceding twenty
four hours. The total for October
1st includes 130 cases and lfi7
deaths at Naples, and .r)2 cases and
.'10 deaths at Genoa.
M. Ferry has informed his col
leagues in tho French Cabinet that
picparations for resumption of
warlike operations agaiustthe Chinese
wcie complete. The Cabinet lias
resolved to summon lite Chambers
to meet on October Mill. Admiral
Courbct was expected to occupy the
fortified heights commanding Kclmig,
on the Island of Formosa. This is
considered a guaranty of greater
vaiuc man tne money i
demanded. The French have stopped
and searched the Knglish regular
trading steamers at Frehkien and
Ilai Loong, in the channel of For
mosa. There is great irritation
over this high-handed proceeding,
nnd steamer owners arc alarmed at
tho prospects if the action is not
i resented. Chinese antagonism to
ward Kuropcans is incrensingnt Hong
kong, owing to the Government com
pelling Chiuese laborers to assist in
unloading a French vessel. It is stated
in Paris that Admiral Courbct be
lieves that nothing short of a mnrch
upon Peking nnd tho actual occupa
tion of tho Chinese capital by tho
Fi elicit troops will suffice to compel
the Government of China to accept
tlic demands made by the French
Government. It is said in a des
patch from Hongkong that that place
would bo utterly helpless in the event
of the Ficnch landing on the South
Island. Tho English licet is being
scatlcicd along the noithcrn coa9t.
The French can easily stop the
cable at the mouth of the Saigon
and messages via Haiphong arc to
be tinder French control. The Chi-
nesc expect the next attack to bo
made by the French upon Tort
Arthur or Shanghai, and have warned
Europeans that positions at Tatnnui
and in the south arc unsafe. It is
reported from Tientsin that the Em
press of China has decided to con
clude u pence with France.
The Cabinet of Cheat Biitainhas
informed the Powers that, in its
opinion, the suspension of the Sink
ing Fund by the Egyptian Govern
ment is justifiable in the present
condition of its finances.
Monsignor Capel, the Papal Able
gate, visited a grammar school in
NcwYoikafcw days ago. About
900 children were marshalled on the
main floor lo receive It tin. After
"The Star Spangled Banner,"
among other songs, had been sung
by them, lie asked a bright little girl,
" What do you understand by the
1 land of the free?' " She promptly
responded, "America, wiieie we arc
all free to do as we please." "What
do you mean by the ' home of the
brave 'r' " continued Monsignor
Capel. "I know," lisped a little
tot from the rear, raising her chubby
hand to make herself seen, "because
we whipped the English," and the
great man's face assumed a smile.
A crank named John Doc has
been arrested in Cleveland, Ohio,
while prowling about Mrs. Garfield's
premises with a revolver in his hand.
There will bu a meeting of the 1TRE
This WEDNESDAY EVEN'G
October 8th, at 7.C0 o'clock shnip, in
the Hall of Mechanic Euglno
Company No. 1!.
15n-iiisrfN ol" Import i.uo
PER ORDER OP CAPTAIN.
S. J. LEYEY k CO.
Hae juslrccchcd per -Mariposa,
In Shells & Tin, Fresh Salmon, Celery,
Cuulillow-r, Red Cabbage and
L-morii and Quinces, and a largo and
varied assortment of new and
TELEPIION H 81.
DIVIDEND OK FOUR DOLLARS
PER &HARE will be nnid to the
shareholders of tne Intci-IsIand Steam
Navigation Co. on the 11th lust., at their
olllce on Esplanade. .1. KNA, .Tu.,
8!1" -ft Secretary.
police to Subscribers of
tho Hawaiian Boll
JE. WISEMAN IS AUTHORIZED
to collect accounts due tho Haw
aiian Hell Telephone Co. for use of Tele
phone, nnd subscribers may apply nt biH
olllco and settle their (piaiterly accounts
for which be will give tho necessary re
ceipt of the Company.
I'lcsldent II. It. T. Co.
Olllce of .1. E. WlSKMAN,
Campbell's lilock, Merchant Street.
"1717 T. BHOADS,
VV. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
Shop on Queen stieet, near Alakca.
rnWO NICELY FURNISHED BED
JL UOt)MS,iocaled in eentie of town.
I.cavu address at this Olllre. It
ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND
ADJOINING Knplolnnl Park.
Apply to M. D. AlONSARRAT.
CATTLE & HORSES.
AIJOUT 150 HEAD OF CA'ITLK,
ALL ages and slc?, and including
Milking Cows, Calves, Hulfcra and
htcors. Will sell ia lots to suit intend
lug puiolmscr.s, hut prefers to sell all In
one lot. Also several cood hones. Ap.
ply to MRS. COSTA,
822 tf Knllhi Valloy.
Frs iiEsstBrn Ovstsrs
The long looked for opening or lids
btotu will tu on Monday, S.'pt. lDth,
with n full stock of
ROUT. DONNOLLY, manufacturer
of Uoda Water, Ginger llcor, Boot Uror
and SprucoEeer, will oiler to the public
on Monday, cooling drinks superior to
nnv In the Hawaiian Islands. The
.Hfiiba mntiiinniui nimvn urn lmmurac-
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tuied at my Soda Work", back of Rose
Cottage. One trial of my Arctic Soda
will pionounco it the best In the city.
My syrup are Imported fiom London,
comprise the choicest of English fruit,
namely Gooseberry, Cheny, Pear,
lltisplcrry, Strawberry, Lemon, Red
Currant, IJlnek Currant and line Apple,
Sar.saparllla, Ginger, Orange and Va
nilla. Any of these frulti nt
.j cts pci Glass.
My motto Is, to give a superior article
even If it cost more, and thereby ensure
Willi mv GINGER UEKR, HOOT
BEER -mil SPRUCE DEER, I have
been at a heavy expense experimenting
oa them, to ns to give the public drinks
that will lie both strengthening ami
refreshing in this cliinals. I guarantee
them strictly VEGETABLE, no MINK
HALS employed. 1 use some of tho
finest medicinal herbs that grow in the
Slate. Tho public wants a drink with
some nutriment in it, tills you find In
my becM that strengthen the body as
well as dilute the blood for purposes of
ii mm it nrntv
Tlieycan betaken by any one as they
are absolutely pine. They arc the most
How through the system
enjoyable thirst quenchers ever intrn.
duccd. I will sell them at prices to suit
one and all.-
Superior Oenger Beer, 10c. per bottle.
Donnolly's Root Beer, " " "
Donnolly's Spruce Beer, " " "
Candies for the Million
On Saturday, at the Fountain. My as
soitment is of the finest and purest des
cilptlon and will be sold nt the lowest
possible price. Don't forget and call
eailv to insure a packet of these rare
candles for the loved ones at home. I
lrive nho an assortment of Hon lions,
Cloves and Nuts of all descriptions.
Smokers' Articles a speciality at the
Fountain, all descriptions of homo anl
foreign Cigars, to suit tho most fasti,
(lions. Best brands of Tobacco and
Cigarettes. Hoping to get a shore of
public patronage by supplying a good
article, l leinain,
81 1 :)m
SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W.HAWLINS,
8:jl tf Soap Works
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kukul
A NICE TWO-ROOMED DWELL
ING Douse to lei, cheap.
g:i! 2t Apply at 100 Queen street.
17011 GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
JL1 to MRS. TURNER, 82 Kinp Street,
nearly opposito the Windsor Restaurant,
li'JO ly b
A Largo and Commodious
HOUSE, centrally located,
newly papered Mid painted.
Largo yard, stable, &c. Possession
given Immediately. For further par.
ticulars enquire of
JNO. S. McGREW,
815 Hotel str, bet. Foit and Alakca
rpwo OR THREE FURNISHED
JL ROOMS, quiet neighborhood,
about 5 minutes walk from the Post.
Office, also stabling. Apply at this
Office. 817 lm
House and Furniture to Let.
ON THE PLAINS, corner of Uercta
nla and ICuamnuka Streets, fronts
on thico streets, known ns tho Bradley
premises. IIouso is 2 story, contains U
rooms, choice stables, both garden and
t-hrubbery, furnished suitably. Rental
$50 per month. Applv or addres3 to
.T. E. WISEMAN.
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
I'OIt SAIilK OR liUASl).
aM&. A BRICK COTTAGE, at
gsjfhigffllco, near the Soap Works,
for '"'"n i-iui iiuwurs iiiiiy tu
T. W. RAWLINS, Soap Works.
rpiIOSE SPACIOUS STORES now
X occupied by Win. G. Irwin & Co.,
will bo leased for a term of years.
Possession given the 1st Jnn'y, 1883.
For terms, apply to
825 Sw JNO. II. PATY.
IT-NOW ALL PERSONS THAT MR.
JLV. LU ONO bus left l
incut on the lllth but.
Honolulu, Sept. 1U, 1831.
rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
X All accounts owing to tho under,
signed for tho quarter oadini; JuuoSO,
1881, if not paid by October lOtli, will
be placed in tho hands f a collector.
HENRY MAY & CO.
. Sept. 25, 1S8-1. 820 tf
J. E. WISEMAN'S
Ready for Active Work Again.
rPHU Uuslncss Community and my
JL Rations genet-alb thioughoui the
Ulnnds will please lake notice llinl 1
have returned from my nip to ihc CoaM
nnd wilh Impinvcd facilities for ton
ducting my General Olllce llulncs. I
must respeciiiuiy solicit in me lutuie
the patronage heretofore extended to
me during my buines engagement hi'
the Kingdom for the past five year,
In addition to my vailpus depait.
mciiKl have I cennppoiiilulfule Ajrenl
for the Su Jo & Haunllm anil the JJui-
Huston unit Quincy Hall KoneN. also.
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sunemiig agent ior mu ran jPimiicisco
Illuminating Curd AdvoilUemeiil Com.
pany. Orders for Good", Wines and
Merchandise of every kind and i.nttne
sent to the Coast, and satisfaction
guaranteed and on the most lenonahlu
In my Real Estatu Department, I hno
always on hand choice piopcily to sell
and House, Rooim and Olllecs 'to icace
and let. 1 collect ictits, pay ami dl.
ohnrgctaxes, insurance and oilier necc.
sary repairs when required. Landloids
nnd Owners will find that It will be to
their advantage to place their Heal Es
tate hiteiests in my hando, as I will
carefully attend to this lnancli of my
business to their cnllro Mitbfaetion.
Custom House Entries executed at
Hooks and Accounts kept and adjust
ed, and Quarterly Dills distributed and
collected accurately and i lomptly.
Soliciting Agent for the Mutual Life
Insurance Co. of New York, also Fire
Don't forget that I do business on
business principles. Give me a call.
J. 12. "VI'n:iHA.TS,
" J "Wtfrnlom'
,tt,,lJ n' ,c J "'K1'01"-
The only recognised General Hueitiea
Offices, 28 Mcichant Street, Campbell's
Firo Proof lilock, Honolulu.
V. O.UoxUiri Telephone 172.
X)KGS to inform the public that he has
J JUST RECEIVED
per Maripoa, an elegant assoitnienl of
Gents', Ladies', and Children's
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
62 Hotel Street.
AS there is great competition in tie
Restaurant business nt lhe present
time, wo shall REDUCE THE PRICE
OF HOARD TO
$4,50 per week
From this date.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1881.
W. H. PAGE,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY
NOS. 128 and 120, FORT STREET
(opposite Pantheon Stables)
HONOLULU, II. I.
The Manufactory contains a complete
C inlngo Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Paint
Shop, and Trimming Shop.
DRAYS AND TRTJOKS,
HAND CARTS, &C, &C.
Made to Order on most favoiable terms
and all work guaranteed.
The C'loHi-Nt Attention j;Ih o rc-
pair work or all IUiiiIh.
Having been In business on the Island
for a number of yc.us employing none
but tho most Skillful of Mechanics, and
using only Al Material, I can strictly
guarantee all won; leaving my Manu
factory. Give mo a call beforo purchasing
Don't forget the place.
128 and 130 FORT STREET.
oi-posiri: noon's stahlus.
W. H. Page,
GDI Cm PROPRIETOR.
officii: to ikt!
ONE SIDE of J. E. Wiseman's beau,
llful olllco to lent, with line olllce
fuinituic, chandelieis, eonsiillation
i ooin, uso of telephone, Ac. To a suit
able party reasonable tonus will bo
given. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
Gcneial Bulne?s Agent, Campbell's
815 tf "lock, Merchant St.
lew Business uara.
Boots f Slioes
&:'- 3ftjfc jw
ms,&t.i ',-i- ,, . '.k,.Mmu