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BTSILOT & Co., HANKEKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
VtrmU oi Cnlli'oruiu, P. IT.
And lliclr agent in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONO KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild A Son, London.
The Commercial llnnk Co., of Sidney,
The Commercial IS.mk Co., of Sdnc,
The Rank of Ne Zealand Auckland,
Ohrlslchurch, nnd Wellington.
The Hank of lliilMi Columbia, Vic-
lorln, IJ C. nud Portland, Or.
Trnnnet General 15auklng Huslucca.
(Mil be hail fiom
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And from thu Paper Carrier.-,
Notice to Subscribers.
Mr. A. M. Mellis is authorized to
collect all back subscriptions for the
"Daily Bulletin," whoso receipt for
tho same will be sufficient.
JAS. G. CLEVIOR, Mauager.
Bulletin OiRcs, Oct. 7, 1881.
I' 'SJuglnihj giiUditt.
rieiloi! to neither Sect nor Tarty.
Oat citablijbcl for tho ImsSt of all.
FRIDAY, OCT. 10, 1881.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Mvrtle Hunt Club, 7:30.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21. 7:o0.
Imp. Ordei uf"l!cd Men, at 7:110.
Morning Star Lodge, Kofi'. "tilOO
One of thcrcalcsr. reforms of the
age is that which lias taken place in
prison management. The improve
ment is much moi c manifest in
Europe than in America. In Europe
the policy adopted has been to effect
the reformation of the criminalto
deter him from resuming his pro
fession of crime upon getting out of
prison. On the contrary ' the
State prisons of America." ays one
of the papers published in the last
report of the National Prison Asso
ciation of the United States " do
not tend to reform the convict; their
tendency is positively adverse to
reformation. The convict, in most
cases, when released fiom orison is
a worse man than when ho entered
it." A notable exception is the
Elniira (New York) IJeformatoty,
where the European ostein has been
followed in tlic main. The result is
that, instead of sixty percent of the
discharged of that institution leturn
ing to a criminal life, oer cighty-oue
percent "have been restoicd to the
community as law-abiding men,
subsisting by honest industiy." A
New York paper says : ' If the re
formed were in the -aiiic pioportion
throughout tiie prisons and peniten
tiaries of the Slate, the number of
those who went back tociimeasa
"business would be only two thou
sand, instead of six thousand : and
Ihe saving of money to the
people by the irclaniatioa of four
thousand convicts annually would
be more than six million dollars."
Marvellous results have been achieved
in England, Ireland, France, Den
mark, Sweden, Eelgiuin and Italy,
by the improvements adopted in
their prison management within the
last thirty years. Ireland, where
the improvements mainly originated,
makes the best showing, the diminu
tion in crime there effected being
incredible if it were not established
by ollicial statistics. We quote
below some of the comparative
.statistics of crime in that island :
In 1851 Ihe number of convicts
sent to tlic prisons answering to our
State pi'isous was 710. fn 1S0O it
was!)!Jl,in 1870 it was 2 IT), and in
1881 it had fallen to l-'O! That is,
the number of annual sentences for
ilif. mivir f.i'imrtt. tv.tc: iwniptt' civ
v, n . "'...... , ... ' .. v .,
'uiiiifN .rir:iii'i inniv vi'hin iitii 111:111
o- ' - ow
it is at the present time. The total
of prisoners of all classes in the
couutry and borough jails of Ireland
was 10,081 in 1 8.1 1 . In 1881 they
numbered only 2, 17(1, u reduction of
Vvi..n (I..,.. t, -,,.,!. .(!.,. urn. ,.,..,! 'I'lin
tfi' 111U1U until &. t -lllJ -ii 1 . 1'V.I VI.III. 1 nu
hrmowclls. for lessor oiU'iidnrs. con
tained 88.890 nrisoncrs in 1850. as
against only i,888 in 1881, a falling
;"oir of over 85,000 prisoners.
In our leading article, "Not so
JCusy," in yesterday's issue, the
Ibvords in italic in (lie following sen-
Pf'-tSitcncc were left out: "Undoubtedly,
rirthe several islands of tho group
could be united Into one islam! and
their inhabitants transformed into
one race, both the ilifllculty and the
cost of Government would be con
A skating link in Honolulu I An
innovation, truly, in a tropical cli
mate 1 Yet the exercise is le3s vio
lent, if the skater chooses, than
dancing, it is surpassingly graceful
and agreeably social. Two is com
pany, three is a crowd, and the
multitude is seclusion, in skating.
Although roller skating is not to be
named along with the real tiling on
lee, yet it has heen introduced .suc
cessfully as n summer sport even
whole Ihe gliding, glittering steel is
most in its glory.
Talk about foreign letters coming
addtcsscd to " Hawaii, America,"
but here is one from the city of New
Yotk, with the sender's addtess
printed on the corner: " Messrs.
& Co., Honolulu, Hawai,
Savege Islands. " The ignorance of
geography may be pardoned, even
in this ilay of cheap atlases and
libraries we can turn our other " iM
to be knocked out by the ruthless
Caucasian, but our ( iovcrnment must
demand satisfaction from Washing
ton for the almost successful attempt
to call us savages.
Often olllcials- generally the most
petty ones try to make up the lack
of native dignity by supercilious
deportment toward all but their
ollicial superiors coming in contact
with them. This class plume them
selves particularly upon snubbing
members of the press going to them
for information. The press delights
to honoi olllcials who show them
selves in gentlemanly contrast to the
boorish members of their guild.
Among other com tonus olllcials
known to us. there are none who
exceed Mr. William Foster, Clerk
of the Supremo Court, in the even
cordial manner in which he grants
press men the fullest facilities for
obtaining their Court reports. The
present is as good an opportunity as
we know for acknowledging the
habitual courtesy and kindness of
Mr. Foster, and also of the Deputy
Clerk. Mr. llenrv Smith.
The following is from the Kansas
Central Democrat: "A. .1. Hood
and G. S. Patten, friends of G. E.
Doane. arrived here last SntureUy
from Hawaii, Sandwich Islands, and
left on Monday afternoon for Yar
mouth, N S., where they intend to
remain in the future. These gentle
men went to the Islands two years
ago and purchased a sugar planta
tion. IJy careful management and
industry they accumulated a nice
little fortune of 810,000 each."
, Eefeionce is probably intended to
I Mr. Alfred S. Hood, who did a
photographing business at Hilca,
ICau and Honolulu, and Mr. Gilbert
S. Patten, who was book-keeper for
the Hilca Sugar Co., our authority
being the Directory. They were
judicious in selecting the time to
leave, for to all appearance it will
be easier to drop fortunes of 810,
000 than to pick them up, in these
dominions, the ensuing two years.
If cases like tlicso are numerous,
the white man cannot gracefully ac
cuse the Chinaman of only staying
in the country till he makes his pile.
However, wo are npt jealous, but
hereby solemnly promise the King
dom to wait three years for our
forty thousand, if it will engage to
give it to us in that period.
The Advertiser attacks the Oppo
sition lawyers for introducing politics
into their eulogiums of the retired
Mawshal, in the Court room yester
day. Uut as, in the same article,
our contemporary says Mr. Parke
" leaves his ollice for political rea
sons solely," it beats the Dutch to
know how any man of spirit could
express regret for the veteran olll
cial's removal without speaking his
mind upon the unjustifiable cause of
it. Of course it is "vulgar" not to
fi!,.V blasphemous to find fault with
I the actions of the .Ministerial trinity
j ono per&oii. holding absolute sway
over thu " discretion " of tlic fourth
Minister, and even compelling tin:
, Sovereign to violate his solemn word
' to true and tiled public servants,
. ami to dance in his political panto-
j mimes as in the case of tho royal
message of retrenchment. Such a
despotic ruler of king and people
must come within the category of
tiio dignities that tlio Scriptures say
I must uot bo evil spoken of; but it io
I no transgression, surely, to npply to
him the words of Michael the Arch-
I angel to the Devil "The Lord re
1 buko thee" and wo doubt if the
i honest, protest of the lawyers yester
day was any wotse than that.
HORN'S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY.
Continuing our scries of articles
descriptive of Honolulu industries,
we propose to-day to take our readers
where they will get something more
necessary to life on these Islands
than even doors, windows, or car
riages, and to lay beforu them some
thing more digestible than wood and
iron. 'Phis morning the writer
(,opped into Mr. Horn's bakery and
confectionery, at 71 Hotel street,
and asked to bo shown over the pre
mises, so as to be able to give the
public nu idea of the amount of
skill and labor back of the windows
so artistically and invitingly filled
with dainties. The proprietor, seeing
nothing about his interviewer to in
dicate a marauder after his trade
secrets of which tho business lias
its share cheerfully complied. Pass
ing through the shop and crossing a
clean yard, a large building of cor
rugated iron is entered. It is 01 by
21 feel, one half being the bake shop
and the other the confectionery. In
the latter the first things noticeable
are two immense marble slabs, the
largest in town, one of them weigh
ing two tons. They are for working
candy paste on. 1 lere is the apparatus
for makingmaciiinedrops, the method
being to pass sheets of candy dough
through rollers indented in fancy
moulds. Beside it lay a large variety
of these tollers, and the change
from one pattern to another is quickly
made. There arc six extra candy
machines, and a varied assortment
of large moulds in plaster of Paris,
wood and bras. These moulds were
made by the proprietor himself.
Several cunningly devised machines
are in use for the cutting, grinding
and beating of various aiticjes enter
ing into the composition of confec
tionery. The beater makes GOO
revolutions a minute. The crystalliz
ing, as well as the rolling, depart
ment is fully equipped, containing a
copper revolving pan of 125 pounds'
capacity. As our readers know,
Mr. Horn lost his entire outfit by
lire a year ago, and has not yet com
pleted the refitting of his establish
ment with machinery. A superior
cake machine, with uncapacity of 8
or 0 pounds a minute, is not yet
replaced, but with the confectionery
department at its old-time standard
the bakery will no doubt have its
labor-savers restoicd in due time.
The machinery is all run by a five
horse power engine. As it is, Mr.
Horn turns out superior pastry in
extensive variety, from the imposing
wedding cake to the toothsome little
cookie for tlic baby. The massive
and aitislic wedding cake given to
the last exhibition, of which wo have
seen the photograph, is familiar, no
doubt, to most of our readers. In
creams the establishment yields
second place to no other, and in
other nineties its products seem to
be of the very finest quality. Not
only in pastry, but in the staff of
life itself, docs this bakery take first
rank. Nothing could be more wel
come to the hungry man than a loaf
of its plain, really home-made,
bread, or more wholcsomo to the
stomach weary of dainties than its
fresh brown bread. Tlic proprietor
is so particular about the quality of
his manufactures that he over-works
himself to supply his custom, rather
than employ any but the most com
petent help. This is tho oldest es
tablishment of the kind in the King
dom, having been started in 18GI,
and in some departments it still
A NOBLE SUBJECT JUST NOW.
O talk to inc. my deaicst love,
Of i-oiiiclliliij; noble, Lrood and pure;
Somu Riiliject that, like heaven above,
Will ever for all lime oiidiui'.
He cleared his throat and blinked his
For lie was up to diver tricks;
And then, with words so wondrous wise.
lie talked to her of politics.
Alw York yourial.
AM. ACCOUNTS AGAINST .MORE
tfc CO., Machinists, will bu col
lecleil by .1. A Palmer. All accounts
hereafter will be p.iyablo monthly.
8311 1w MORE & CO,
Furniture Sale I
Rosldonco of Mrs. Doylo, 27 Alakca St.,
(opposite Mr. Alloa's) will lie sold
On Monday, October 13th, '84.
at 10 o'clock n.m,
nullum r in in i u j. u,
Two complete Hcdroom Set',
Reds, Bure.ru, Washs'ands, A.c.
Five Eedstcnds, Spring Mattrcaii
Ewers and Halus,
Crockery and Olnsware,
Stoic and Fixture,
.M E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
PER S. S. MARIPOSA,
..V SMALL LOT 01T
( Art Xrl K.N I
V llllllll II llll I
l&UW UWUHU&UM .
FOIt.SALK CHEAP AT TIIE
A DIN UJKNt) OF THHEE 1)01.
J IAiSS per Shine will bu paid lo
the Stockholders of WUder's Steamship
Co , (limited.) Wcdnes.liiy, Oct. 1R, 1S8I,
at the Ollleo f the (.'oiupuiv.
S. 11. ltOSE,.Secietaiy.
Honolulu, Out.!), 18S1 SV.'J'M
Oateli oX' XS84I-
Kor Nnle 1
3EJ. 3?. -AJDBftS,
8U3 QUEEN STREET. '-'W
Il-in just received per 3Iari 03a.
C.ila Potatcc- ami Onions,
Slur Hams F. F. Flcur,
FriMh ESueltwIiuat E-'lour,
Maple Syrup, Cala Syruo,
N. O. Molawcs. Uoinb Honey,
Talilt and Pie Fruits,
Jam-, and .Tellies, &c, Ac.
A few more loft of the
Sweet ami Wotir I'lclilcn.
Leave oidcis or ring up No. 119. Goods
delivered to any pait of the city.
EST STORE ON KING STEET.-a
S. J. LEVEY I GO.
IIue just receive 1 pcrMaripoa,
In ShcIH & Tins Fresh Salmon, Celery,
Oauliflowr, Rod Cabbajjc and
Lemoiii and Quinces, and a largo and
varied assortment of new and
RIXG UP TELEPHONE 21.
Notice to Subscribers of
tho Hawaiian Boll
JE. WISEMAN Ii AU'IHORIZhD
to collect accounts due tho Haw
aiian Hell Telephone Co. for use of Tele
phone, and bubseribeifi may apply at bin
ollice and bettlo their (ptarlerly accounts
for which he will give tho necessary 10
ceipt of the Company.
President II. H. T. Co.
Olllcuof .I.E. Wisi:man,
C.imploll'fl llloek, Merchant Street.
T T. RHOADS,
T T . (J
CONTRACTOR & JJUILDEK,
Shop on Queen street, near Alakeii.
CA'ITLE it HORSES.
AIIOUT IM HEAD OF CATTLE,
ALL ages and sl.us, and Inuludinc;
Milking Cows, Calves, HclfciM and
Steei-j. Will ecII in lots to buU intend
ing piiicluiftrrt, but prefers to sell all in
one lot, .Also several good iioivos, A p.
ply to MltS. COSTA,
tJ22 tf Kalihl Valley.
FINE ID SMIOI
The long looked for opening of thin
store will Lo on Monday, Bupt. IS1I1,
with a full stock of
ltOUT. DONNOLLY. miiinifneliirer
of Sola Water, Glncer licer, Root Peer
and Spruce Peer, will offer to the public
on Monday, cooling drinks superior to
nny in the Hawaiian Islands. The .
tlifnki mentioned above arc inanufac
tin cd at my Soda Work-, back of Rose
Cottage. One trial of my Arctic Soda
will diouoiuicc It the best In thu city. ,
My syrups are imported from London,
comprise the choieest of English fruit,
namely Gooseberry, Cherry, Pear.
Raspberry, Strawberry, Lemon, Red
Currant, Jllaek Currant and Pine Apple,
Sarsaparilln, Ginger, Orange and Vn
nilla. Any of these fruits at
5 cts pei Olnss.
My motto Is, lo give a hiipcrlor at tide
even if it cost more, and thereby ensuic
With inv GINGER DEER, ROOT
11EER -mil SPRUCE PEER, I have
been at a heavy expense experimenting
on them, so as to givo thu public drinks
that will be both strengthening and
lefreshing In tills climate. 1 guarantee
them strictly VEGETAULE, no MINE
RALS employed. I use some of thu
finest medicinal herbs that grow in tho
States. Tlic putiiic Avanis a urinu wiin 1
soino mitiimcut in it, this you find in ;
my beers that strengthen the body as 1
well as dilute the blood for purposes of I
n moru easy How through the system.
Tliey can bu taken by any one as they
are absolutely pure. " They are the most
enjoyable ttilrst quenchers over Intro,
duced. I will sell them at prices to suit
one and all.
Superior Gengcr Beer, 10c. per bottle.
Domiolly's Hoot User,
Donnolly's Spruce Beer, " " "
Candies for the Million
On Saturday, at the Fountain. My as
sortment Is of tho finest and purest ties,
cription and will be sold nt tlic lowest
possiblu price. Don't forget and cnll
early to insure a packet of these rare
candles for the loved ones nt home. I
have also an assortment of Eon Rons,
Cloves nnd Nuts of all descriptions.
Smokers' Articles a speciality at tho
Fountain, all descriptions of homo nuj
foreign Cigars, to suit the most fasti,
dious. Rest brands of Tobacco and
Cigarettes. Hoping to get a share of
public patronage by supplying 11 good
article, I remain,
814 :im ROBERT DONNOLLY.
A DIVIDEND OF FOUR DOLLARS
PER bllARE will be paid to tho
slureholdcrs of tuc Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. on the 11th Inst., at their
odlce on Esplanade. J. ENA, Jn.,
A SMALL COTTAGE
Apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kukul
street. 77(11 If
I70R GENTLEMEN ONLY". Apply
: to MRS. TURNER, 82 King Street,
nearly opposite the Windsor Rcstnuraut,
COO ly b
A Larue and Commodious
HOUSE, centrally located,
newly panored sud painted.
Iirgo yard, stables, &c. Possession
given immediately. For further par.
ticulnr.s enquire of
J NO. S. McGREW,
8ir, Hotel Mr, bet. Fort and Alakcn
OR THREE FURNISHED
ROOMS, (inlet neignborhood.
about C minutes walk from tho Post
Ollice, also stabling. Apply nt this
Ollice. 817 lm
House and Furniture to Let.
ON TIIE PLAINS, corner of Herein
ii In and Kuamnuka Streets, fronts
on tlncc streets, known as the Hradlcy
prcmUes. House is 2 story, contains 9
rooms, choice stables, both garden and
shrubbery, furnished suitably. Rental
SCO per month. Applv or nddrcs3 to
J. E. WISEMAN.
General Business Agent, Mcichant St.
81 n tf
ViHt NAJiK Olt IjHASI.
AURICK COTTAGE, at Lo-
Ico, near tho Soap Works, for
snartlculars apply to
T. W. RAWLINS, Soap Woiks.
ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND
ADJOINING Kaplolanl Park.
Apply to M. D. MONSARRAT.
KNOW ALL PERSONS THAT MR.
LU ONG has left my employ
meat on thu 13th Inst.
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 181. 817 1m
rilO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
JL All accounts owing to tlic under.
Klcruod for thu nuartar undlncr June !!0.
I 188), if uot pniilly Oetober Pith, will
no piaoeu in mo 111 iris tin collector.
HENRY MAY & CO.
Sopt.20,1881. 820 tf
J. E. WISEMAN'S
Ready for Active Work Again.
HPIIE Uuslucs? Community and my
X Patrons gcnerallv throughout tho
Inlands will please take LOticc th&l I
have returned from mv trip to iho Coast
nnd with Improved facilities for con.
ducting my General Ollice Di.f-inef?. 1
mo.t icepcclfully solicit in the future'
the patrouagu heretofore extended to
me dutlng my business engagement In
thu Kingdom for the past llvu years.
In addition to my vnriotfs depart,
incuts, I havo bccunppoliitul Mile Agent
for the St. Jo & Hannibal nnd the Dui
llngton and Quiiicy Rail Roadc, also,
soliciting Agent for thu Kan Francisco
Illumlnallng.Cnid AdveilUcincnt Com
pany. Orders for Goods, Wares and
Merchandise of every kind and mituio
sent to tho Coast, nnd sntlsfiioiion
guaranteed and on the most teasonnblo
In my Real Estate Depnitmciit, I hnvo
always on hand choice piopeity to sell
and Houses, Rooms and Offices lo lease
and let. I collect icnt, pay nnd dis
charge taxes, insurance and older neces
sary repairs when required. Lnndloids
and Owners will llnil tlinl it will ho to
their advantage to place their Real Es
tate interests in my hands, as I will
carefully attend to this branch of my
business to their cut lie satisfaction.
Custom House Entrlrs rxeouled at
Hooks nnd Accounts kept ami neljuu
ed, and Quartet !y Rills distributed and
collected accurately and irnmplly.
Soliciting Agent for the Mutual Llfu
Insurance Co. of New York, alto FLc
Don't forget that I do business on
business principles. Give me n call.
The only recognised General IJudauss
Agent In the Kingdom.
Oillces, 28 Merchant Stieel, Campbell's
Firo Pront llloek, Honolulu.
P. O. Pox 315
JDF.GS to inform tho public that ho has
-) JUST RECEIVED
per Mariposa, an elegant assortment of
Gents', Ladies', and Chlldien's
Boots & Shoes
OF THE REST QUALITY.
62 Hotel Street.
AS there is great competition in tl e
Restaurant business nt the present
time, uo shall REDUCE THE PRICE
OF ROARD TO
$450 per week
From tl.is date.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1881.
W. H. PAGE,
KMUILIl MBME WHtV
NOS. 128 and 180, FORT STREET
(opposite Pantheon Stables)
HONOLULU, H. I.
Tho Manufactory contains a complete
Carriage Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Paint
Shop, and Trimming Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C, &0.
Made to Order on most favorable terms
and all work guaranteed.
The tlloHCHt Attention given to re
pair woi-Ic of nil IcIiiuh.
Having been in business on tho Island
for a number of yeais employing nono
but tho most Gkillful of Mechanics, and
using only At Material, I can strictly
gunranteo all wont leaving my Manu
factory. Givo mo a call boforo purchasing
Don't forget tlte place.
123 and 130 FORT STREET.
orrosm: noun's staum:.s.
W. H Page,
ONE SIDE of J. E. Wlsbinan's beau,
tlful ollleo to rent, with line olllcu
furniture, chandeliers, consullntlon
room, use of telephone, &e. To a suit
able party reasonable tcims will bo
given. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Uuslncss Agent, Campbell's
s3,f Emck, Merchant st.
I Boots Sloes
!- -Ac ff'Wir
. v teMto