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Honolulu, Hawaiian Island".
Drin Exchange on Hip
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And their ngcnt in
NEW YORK, DOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M.Hoth'jchtld&Son, London.
The Commercial Hank Co. or Sydney,
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sjdney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ghristchiirch, and Wellington.
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
ft" , lorJn, 1. and Portland, Or.
TniiiMiet a General Hanking liulnes.
TIIK DAILY ItUlil.KTlX
on bo had from
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T. G. Thrum Merchant t.
And from the Paper Carriers,
Mr. A. M. Mellis is authorized to
collect all back subscriptions for the
"Daily Bulletin," whose receipt for
tho same will be sufficient.
JAS. G- CLEVIOR, Manager.
Bulletin Office, Oct. 7, 1884
Pledgel to neither .Sect nor Patty,
lht omblhM for tbo bcnclit of all.
S MONDAY, OCT. 13, 1881.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Alguroba Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7:!i0.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7 :;'.().
Gymnasium, Skating, 7.
Meeting Hose Co. No. 1, at 7:!I0
Safe of Cocoanuts, vie, at P.M.S.
S. wharf, at 12, by Lyons & Levey.
THE GENERAL OUTLOOK.
For some years past every mail
has brought with it news of some
fresh outrage on thefabiic of human
society, cither attempted or executed
by those variously named bodies
in different countries, socialists,
communists, etc. Everywhere but
in these happy islands society and
government, law and order, have
been utoie or less openly dclied. Hut
lately the triumph of the Clerical
part)' in Belgium at the lccjent elec
tions theic, and of the same paity
at the municipal elections in Home,
seems to indicate the beginning of a
reaclionaiy feeling in some paits of
Europe and an alliance of men favor
able to moderation, older and steady
progress with the mot conservative
of Christian cluirelics. It seems to
be time, too, for, to quiet icsidcnts
in this peaceful gioup, many of
those who call themselves "advanced
thinkers" in matters of religion,
politics, and social lcform, possess
extreme views, utter iolcnt language
and occasionally conduct themselves
outrageously. Russian Nihilists,
French Communists, German or
Austriau Socialists, Italian "Reds,"
or Irish or American Dynamiters,
seem to exist but for the purpose of
destroying. ".Matci ialists for the
most part and destitute of any belief
in a creative and overruling Provi
dence, they aim at tho subvciMon of
government, religion, society, and
even of the human family. They
would" disestablish and demolish all
institutions, without any definite
idea of what is to be erected on
their ruins, 'and their ideal of the
future is one which involves the dis
placement of civilization by some
thing closely resembling the tribal
life of savages." So says a iccent
writer and when we read that the
ecclesiastical authorities charged
with the caro of the most august
Chtislian temple in the woild St.
Peter's at Rome are obliged to
exercise the utmost vigilance in
order to avert its destruction or
serious injury by dynamite, when
wo, read of tho lives sacrificed and
buildings wantonly destroyed by
the communists after the Franco
Prussian war, and the thousand and
onQ?,olhcr Instances, from time to
time5, reported in the papers, we
cannot help feeling that contempor
ary society in other lauds is being
brought face to face with dangers of
unprecedented and incalculable
magnitude. Hence the reactionary
feeling we have spoken of. .Modern
civilization is impciillcd by its own I in English, interpreted by tho pastor,
children, by tho destroyers it has tho Rev. II. II. Parker. There were
reared and nourished in its great I about thrco hundred peoplo present,
cities, and science arms these mostly" llawniians, the largest ele
cnemlos with weapons of tremendous ment boing ladies, and a mnJorJty of
men exempt from nil moral mul
religion's scruples, with great effect.
To combat these n combination of j
nil the conservative elements of
boeicty seems necessary. Ami wlillo
hero we do not yet, pcihaps, feel the
necessity of such n stc, it is as well
to take warning by what is going on
elsewhere mid so manage our affaiis
Hint tiie occasion will never niisc for
ns to bo lequircd to do anything
more than merely verbally reprobate
such dangerous ami deadly foes to
human happiness and peace.
A REGAL RECEPTION.
Over two columns of space arc
occupied in this morning's Adverti
ser willi an account of n grand iccep
tlon given to the Minister of Foreign
Affairs at Lalialiin. The greater
part is taken up with n icport of Mr.
Gibson's speech in the church, which
was thrown open for the occasion.
It professes to be only tiie substance
of His Super-royal Ilighness's io
maiks, but no one but the speaker
himself or a verbatim lcporter could
so exactly reproduce the familiar
phraseology. Ho recalls to the
Lahaiuans how they twice supported
him "as being a repiesentativc of
Hawaiian independence, and an ad
vocate for the promotion of Hawaiian
national sentiment, and for the sup
port of the Hawaiian monarchy."
He says he has maintained those
principles, " both as aiepresentativc
of the people and as a Minister of
the King." Of course the man ulio
wields unlimited power in the realm
was above giving paiticulars of how
he maintained those principles, thcrc
foie that becomes tho duly of the
independent press the only estate
in the lealm which has been ablo to
elude the clinches of the Minister
despot. As a representative of
Hawaiian independence, the self
constituted Prime Minister has man
aged to bring the nation to the vcige
of a financial abyss, which once it
falls over and the indications of the
catastrophe arc ominous it will,
unless patriotic capitalists at home
take the lisk of extricating it, fall
an easier piey to foreign usurers
than Egypt has done. Much of its
independence has already been sac
rificed to an alien Cixcsus, who has
shown his power in making Ministers
and keeping them in power. Indeed,
only the most vigoious icpicsenta
tion of Hawaiian independence by
the opponents of the present Admin
isliatiou pi evented this foreigners
attempt to control legislation in his
own interest, from (succeeding cn
tiiclyasit succreded in large and
injurious part. As an " advocate
for the promotion of Hawaiian
national sentiment," the Minister
could have boasted of his partially
successful efforts to corrupt native
representatives, and to poison their
minds against many of their best
ft lends. He could have justly
donned a victor's, wreath for having
led a majority of native representa
tives, and even the native sovereign,
captive at his will, chained to the
chariot wheels of his ambition and
dragged m the dust' of his personal
aud political animosities. "For the
support of the Hawaiian monarchy,"
it is notorious that he has frequently
placed His Majesty in a false light
to carry out a bit of political jug
glery, aud upon ditferent occasions,
somu vciy recent, has forced the
loyal prerogative into his service
against the well-understood wishes
of a loyal community, even when it
had been pledged otherwise. Can
the Minister lay his linger upon a
single act of h'is administration
which was designed to establish the
throne in righteousness, in accord
ance with thq national motto " Ua
Man kc Ea o ka Aina i ka l'ono?"
Is it not tho icality that tho idea of
the monarchy needing suppoit would
never have occurred, even to the
Minister, had not its power been
usiiipcd and its foundations sub
jected to a process of undermining,
by a coiiupt and incompetent Min
istry, who in an evil hour were
constituted its guardians?
Yesterday's services at this church
were of an .unusually interesting
character. In the morning Mrs.
Hannah Hall, evangelist, preached
singiiig,'accompanied by Mr. lieigcr
on the large organ, was entrancing.
The lady preacher was attired in a
Quakerish habit, that made her look
like a member of n religious sister
hood, and presented a round, ma
tronly and intelligent face from the
depths of a poke bonnet. The lat
ter article she laid ns.tdc ns she came
to the front to speak. Her text was
the passage, "As Moses lifted up
the serpent in the wilderness, oven
so shall the Son of Man bo lifted
up." Upon these signillcant words
she would address her fellow-pilgrims,
hoping the Son of Man
would bless and save them. She
would liRo them to forget that they
were strangers, and to look nway
from Jerusalem. The children of
Israel had forgotten the Lord who
brought them out of the land of
EgyPl ntul ilery serpents were sent
to punish them, but Moses was com
manded to lift til) the brazen ser
pent, that whosoever looked might
live. More than a year ago she had
been in the land of Palestine, and
was shown the place believed to be
where the Son of Man was lifted up.
She also saw the tombs of many
kings, whose kingdom had been
destroyed because of sin. Apply
ing the lesson to the people before her
she told them if they were to escape
from the consequences of sin they
must look to the uplifted Son of
Man as the children of Israel looked
to the serpent in the wilderness. IJy
looking to Him they would be kept
by his promised Comforter from the
abounding temptations in the world
which tended to turn them 'away
from the Saviour. lie could take
no pleasure in sin or transgression in
any form, and they would not take
pleasure in anything that his Spirit
testified to being displeasing to him.
She had been led to believe that they
were a people whom Cluist did in
deed love, and if they cast their care
upon him their enemies would be
powerless against them aud the)'
would be fortified against all the
temptations of life. If they obeyed
God they were siuo of receiving a
blessing, for it wot written that, "in
every nation, lie that fcareth God
and kecpeth liK commandments is
accepted of him." They would re
ceive a blessing here, and have a
fiiend on high, one who would not
leave nor forsake them when passing
through the valley of the shadow of
death. If they enjoyed"conimunion
with Christ here, they would do so
in a higher degiec, when time shall
be no more, in the mansions he was
preparing for them.
In the evening the Hon. J. V.
Kalua gave the congregation an in
teresting account of his recent visit
to the Coast.
Eimoi: liui.i.r1 i.v : "Willyou kind
ly answer tho following in your next
edition and oblige an old subscriber:
1 How do they time a steamer
on any of the steamship lines plying
between New York and Liverpool?
2 What is the fastest time on
record between those ports by
!J What is the actual distance
between New York and Liverpool,
and from Quccnstown to Liverpool?
1 Tho S. S. America, of the
National Line has, I am informed,
made the quickest time. Is it so?
1 Tho timing of the Atlantic
steamers is down to such a lino point
that seconds are even given. They
reckon from a given point soon after
leaving port and also the same way
on arrival, and not from pilot to
2 There is no record for voyages
between New York and Liverpool.
They aro all reckoned from New
York to Queonstown and vice versa.
A trip from New York to Southamp
ton, England, was made December,
1882, in 7 days, 21 hours and 15
minutes by the Werra, of the Nith
3 The distance between New
York and Quccnstown is 2,780 miles,
and from Quccnstown to Liverpool
about 300 miles, making the dis
tance from Now York to Liverpool
somewhat over 3,000 miles.
1 Tho S. S. America in Juno,
1881, inado the trip from Now York
to Quccnstown In (i days and 11
hours. This has been beaten by
the S. S. Oregon, which made the
trip, Aug. 17th to 23rd from Queens
town to New York in G days and 10
hours, and in September mndo tho
itt'O days hours. .and UQ..ntiiulcs.
The latter is the fastest on record.
Old Lumber At Auction 1
At the I'M Sa Wharf,
On IVvilnculiiy, October ltitli,
at 11! nr on, n unntily of
Lyons & Luvr.v, Auctr's.
II. HAOKFELI) & CO.
A LARUE HOUSE, contain
ing 111 looms with bath-room',
' kitchen, mntrv. ml k room.
tcrvant'a room nm! every coincidence,
with six ncirs of land laid out In good
stylo as a girden.cnrrlajio hoine nnd
stabling, water anil gas laid out all over
the house i lately occupied by the lato It.
r. uoiioj. j'om'sioii given immediate
1; For further
x ....... n. -v.. ....... V. .....
:r iKiittcnliiH, npnlv to
B. FHAN'IC I10I.LES.
'piIB MAIL by the
Will cloo at the Po-l Olllce,
At 10 a.m., Wednesday,
Out. 15, 1881.
A" bATK liKTTKH' BAG " will lie
kept open till 11:110. i.nitn rccclvo
I He letters, on which an additional fee
of I'lie Ccnw each letter inut be paid,
l'crcons ui.iilin correspondence on
the illuming oT the Mcunier's dcpniturc,
are n queued to Manip all letteis before
II. M. WHITNEY, I'.MG.
Post Olllce. ll-wolnlu.O a l'Jdi. lbSl.
I'Elt S. S. MAHHMSA,
A. SM.A1-J.. JL.OT OJV
Bologna Sausages !
FOB SALE CHEAP AT TUB
IJIV'DKNI) OF THREE DOL
LARS per Slinio vlll le paid lo
the SlDcMioldirj of Wildei's fcteamsblp
Co, (Untiled,) Wednesday, Oct. 13,lfc8i,
at tho Ollleo i.f the Compinv.
S. B. KOaE, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct.il, 18S1 8:10 lit
Oatuli i 1884.
Jor Hale ly
80S QUEEN STUEET.
Hu. Jihi rceelvi'd per Mnnpo'i.
IWi Eastern Cranberries
Cnl.i Potatoes and OiiIoih,
C da I lice? e.
Stnr I Urns, F. V. Flour, f
H'Yosh Biiicktt'Iic.'it STour,
Maple Syiup, C.ila Syrnn,
X. O. Molat.se.-'. Comb Honey,
Talilo and I'le J ruits,
Jnnis and .Tolllc:?, &e.. Ae.
more loft of the
celebrated Old Virginia
Nucor add .Sum1 J'h'UlcH.
Leave order, or ling up Xo. 11U. Goods
delivered to any jiait of tho city.
C3TST0KK ON ICING STREET. -a
Notice to Subscribers of
the Hawaiian Bell
JE. WISEMAN IS AUTHORIAL D
to collcet accounts due the Haw
aiian Bell Telephono Co. fqr uo of Tele
phone, and Mib:crihui may apply at his
olllce and hcltlo their quaiterly accounts
for which ho will give the nceets.iry ic
ceipt of the Company.
I'losidciitll. B. T. Co.
Ofllouof .). E "WlBKMAJJ,
Cimplell's Block, Merchant Street.
TT T. HHOADS,
T T . V
CONTltACTOR ii BUILDER.
hiiop on ijuccu hticLi, near AiiiKea.
CATTLE it HORSES.
ABOUT 100 HEAD. OF CATTLE,
ALL n'cs iii.d size -, and inciiuhn
Milkinj; Onus, Citne.-, Heifers ami
Meerij. Will cell in lots to Hiilt intend
lug puiulutHrs, but (-refers to sell oil in
one lot. AlhO sevtral Kood hor o. Ap.
ply to M HS. COSTA,
fc23 tf Knllhl Valloy.
FfflE RED SALMON
inn n u
The long looked for opening of this
stoie will Lo on Monday, Sept. 10th,
wldi n full stock of
ROUT. DONXOLLY, manufacturer
of Wo 'a Water, O ngcr I ccr, Root beer
anil Spruco bctr, will oiler lo the public
on Monday, cooling drink sti ei lor to
nnv In the Hawaiian LlanOo. 'lhc
dtliiki mentioned above aro mannfac
tuied nt mv Soda Work?, back of Ro.-o
Cottage. O. e trial of my Arctic Soda
will pioiiouncc It tbo best in the oily.
My s.ruiH aro iinpor.ed from London,
co'mpilsc the choicest of EnglMi fnuN,
rnuiclv Goo'ebeny, Chtrry, Fear,
Itirplurrv, Straw-bet ry, Lemon, Red
Ciiir.int, ilbiek Currant and Fine Apple,
Srnisipnrilla, Uinger, Oiange anil a
idlla. Any of the-e frulU at
Mv mctto i, to give n superior article
even" If it cost more, and thereby ensure
With my GINGER BEER, ROOT
BEER ind SPRUCE BEER, 1 have
been at a heavy expense experimenting
on them, n as to give tbo public drinks
that will be both ttrtngthenlng and
lofreshlng In this climats. 1 guarnnlce
them stiletlvVEOETABLE.no MINE
RALS tmp'loycil. I use some of the
finest miillclmil larbs that grow in tho
suites. The public wnnu a drink with
some nutriment in it, Ibis you llud in
my beeis that slrengtliin Ihe body as
well ns dilute the blood for puiposes of
a inoie easy How through the system.
Tliey can be taken by any one as they
are ftboluloly pine. Tuey aio the most
enjoyable tliirst ipicnoheis our Intro
dueed. I will sell them at prices to suit
one and all.
Superior Genger Beer, 10c. per bottle.
Donnolly'a Root Beer, " " "
Donnolly's Spruce Beer, "
Candies for the Million
Oa Satuiday, at tho Fountain. My as
soitmcnl Is ol the lineal nnd purest des
cription anil will be sold at tho louist
possible in ice. Don't forget and call
eirly to iiisuie a packet of these raro
candles for the loud ones at home. I
b tvo nLo an assortment of Bon lions,
Cloves aud Nuts of all descriptions.
Smokers' Articles a 'speciality nt the
Fountain, nil descriptions of home an I
foreign Cigars, to suit thu most fasti
dious. Best brands of Tobacco and
Cigiireltes. Hoping to get a share of
puiilio pationage by supplying n good
untile, I riinaiu,
SMIlm ROUhRT DONNOLLY.
DIVIDEND OF FOUR DOLLARS
1ER MIAIlE will be paid to tho
sluieholdeis ot tiie Intcr-lshit.d bteam
Navigation Co. on tho 11th Inst., at their
ollloo on Esplanade. J. ENA, Jit.,
SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W.RAWLINS.
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
fuinisiied. Apply at No. 8 Kuktii
street. 77(1 tf
I70R GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
? to MRS. TURNER. M King Street,
neatly opposite the Windsor Restaurant,
1)10 ly b
" Atfk A- Large and Comniodious
fa5 1J0USL, centrally located,
eSiSwa newly papctcd snd painted.
Liirgo yard, stables, Ac. Possession
given immedlatelv. For further par.
.1NO. S. McGREW,
Slfi Hotel Mr, bet. Fort nnd Alakcn
OR THREE FURNISHED
ROOMS, quiet neighborhood,
about r minutes walk from tho Post
Olllce, also stabling. Apply at this
Olllce. 817 1m
House and Furniture to Let.
ON TIIE PLAINS, corner of Herein
nl. 1 and Kuaninuka Streets, froniN
on three streets, known us the Bradley
prcmLie. House is 2 story, contains U
rooms choice .stibles, both garden nnd
shrubbery, furnished suitably. Rental
$r0 per month. Applv or nddrcs? to
J. E. WISEMAN.
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
FOlTSAIili oit i.i.asi:.
A BRICK COTTAGE, at Le-
Jleo, near iho Soup Works, for
apaiticuhi'-s npnlv to
T. W. RAWLINS, Soap Works.
ONE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND
ADJOINING Kaplolanl Park.
Apply to JL D. MONSAHHAT.
KNOW ALL PERSONS THAT MR.
LU ONG has left my employ
meat on the 13th Inst.
Honolulu, Sept. 1.1, 18SL 817 lin
rill) WHOM IT MAY' CONCERN.
JL All accounts owing to the under,
bigued for tho quarter ending Jonu UO,
1831, If not paid ly October 1 lib, will
bo placed In tho In mis f 1) collector.
HENRY MAY & CO.
Sept. 25, 18S4. 82fi tf
lew Mess Card.
Ready for Active Work Again.
rpiIE Business Community and my
X I'ntioiis gdiciall.v thiotigbout the
Mands will ) lenc lake notice that I
have returned from my trip lo Hie Coatt
and with improved laeiiincs tor con
duttlng my Quural Olllfe Badness. 1
most respectfully solicit In Ihe future
the patronago hereiofoio extendi d to
me dining my business engage n cnt In
tho Klncilom for Iho past fle years.
In addition to my nrious depart,
ments, I have been appoint! d ole Agent
for the St. .lo &. H.'iMillml and Ihe Bur
lington and Qulncy Hail Rondi, nl-o,
soliciting Agent for iho t-nn 1'raneiKo
Illuminating Card Adicilhcnicnt Com
pany. Orders for Good:", Wares mid
Merchandise of eury kind and inlure
sent to the Const, and sailsfnciion
guarantied and on the most leasotinblu
In my Real Estate Department, I lme
alwavs on hand choke pmpcrly to sell
and iloibe", Rooms and Offices to lciife
and lei. 1 collect ienta, pay and dis
charge taxes, insurance nnd oiikr neics
b.iry rcpaiis when required. Landloids
ami Owners will Ibid that It will be 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 enllte atUtiictlou.
Custom Hoiifo Entiles ixecuted m
Books nnd Accounts kept and adjust
ed, and Quarterly Bills dlstrlbuud and
collected accurately and jromptly.
Soliciting Agent for the Mutual Life
Insurance Co. of New 1ork,nlso FLe
Don't forget thnl I do business on
businrs? principles. Give me a call.
.J. 13. WISEMAN,
The only recognised General Business
Agent In the Kingdom.
Offlces, 28 Merchant Street, Campbell's
FIro Proot Block, Honolulu.
F. O. Box 1115 Telephone 172.
BEGS lo Inform the puMIe: thai ho has
per Mariposa, an chgnnt asoilmcnt of
Gents', Ladles', nnd Children's
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
62 Hotel Street.
AS there is gicat competition in Ue
Restaurant business rt the present
time, wo shall REDUCE THE PRICE
OF BOARD TO
$4,50 per week
Fiom tl Is date.
Honolulu, Sej t. 8, 1f8L f 11 1m
W. H. PAGE,
fiOHOlDLII CARRIAGE KAKClltV
NOS. 128 and 1110 FORT STREET
(opposite Pantheon Stables)
HONOLULU, II. L
G encral Blacksmith.
The Manufactory contains a complete
Can logo Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Paint
Shop, and Tiimmlug Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &0., &C.
iludo to Order on most favorable terms
and all work guaranteed.
Tito I'lom'Ht Attention l veil to re-
pair work or all UlnUs.
Having been In business on iho I land
for a number of years employing uono
but the most Skillful of Jleehsinics, and
using only At Material, I can strictly
guarantee nil won; leaving my Muuu
fuetory. Give- mo a call boforo purchasing
Don't forget tho place.
128 and 130 FORT STREET.
ni'rosiTE dodii'h ftaw.es.
W. H. Page,
G91 Om PROPRIETOR.
ONE SIDE of J. U. Wise m m's beau,
tlful ollleo to rcnl, whh Duo ollleo
furnltuie, cliandeliir, eoisulimion
room, uto of telephone, Ac. To a suit
able parly reasonable twins will Lo
given. Apply to
, J. B. WISFMAN,
Gcncinl Business Acnt, Campbell's
gl;5 If B.ock, Merchant st.
Beets If Shoes