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The Couit will go into mourning for
tb.a late lUnoruble Mr. Bernlce Paunhl
Bishop from this dale until the second
dov of November, 18SI.
EDWARD W. PURVIS,
11. M.'s Vicp-Cliamberlnln.
lolntil Palace, Oct. 10th, 1S31.
BISHOP Co., RAKKERS
Honolulu, I lawn 11 ii ii Inlands.
Draw Budiangi) oil the
13unlt ol Oullibi-nln. S. JP.
Anil their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
.Me'irs. X. SI. Rothschild & Son, London.
Tha Oouimoreliil Rank Co . of Sydney,
Tlii- Coininrrcinl Il.uik Co., nl Sidney,
Tlic Hank of Ni; Zetland: Auckland,
Chrlstchureh, anil Wellington.
Tins Bunk or Biillsh Columbia, Vie
torla, II. 0. anil Portland, Or.
Trim-net a (icnural Bunking Business.
THE DAILY I!UIIKT1.V
an be had from
.. SI. 0.u, Jr.. ,. Co Sterchani st.
T. 0. Thrum Merchant M.
And from the I'.iper Carriers,
Notice to Subscribers.
Mr. A. M. Mellis is authorised to
collect all back subscriptions for the
"' Daily Bullotiu," whose receipt for
the same will be sufficient.
JAS. G. CLEVIOR, Manager.
Bulletin Office, Oct. 7, 1881-
i ' ' , j ' ,'"
'Ship gttUij D-utUTui.
Plttljod to neithor Beet nor fnriy.
Bat ojtibllOioJ for the bsnrit of all.
THURSDAY, OCT. 2.n., '1S.S4.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Gymnasium, Skating, 7.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, 7:30.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, 7:!10.
Agricultural Society, 8.
Regular Cash Sale, at Sales Room
of Lyons & Levey at 10 o'clock.
Labor and Supply Co., 10.
Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting, Fort St.
Church, at .". o'clock.
Unless the inteiosts of the Pnciliu
Coast are to be subordinated to
those of Eastern monopolists, there
is not much fear of the t'nitcd States
throwing away her commercial rela
tions with this country. An article
in the last San Fiancisco Merchant
shows in a striking light the great
increase of American commerce
through the operation of tlic Ha
waiian treaty. " A market ha been
cicatcd for Island products under
it, which otherwise would not exist,
and this lias developed an active de
mand fot California!! products and
manufactures, thereby building up a
steady and profitable t radio between
the two countries." As an argu
ment to leconeilc the champions of
American shipping to tlic perma
nence of the treaty, the Merchant
describes tlic success of the Oceanic
Steamship Company. It mimbcis
the San Francisco Chronicle as a
supporter of the treaty in future,
because it advocates duiing the pre
sent campaign a. policy of commer
cial reciprocity as a means for de
veloping American trade and com
merce. The editor of the Merchant
takes pleasure in telling his Hawaiian
friends " that the prospect never was
more assuring than it is tc-day in
regard to a continuance of the treaty
of commerce with the United States.
Every objection to it lias been broken
down, and it now only depends upon
those most nearly interested to work
loyally to develop to the utmost tho
paying trade between California and
Honolulu. What the measure of
that trade is, may be inferred by a
glance at the value of the merchan
dise cxpoitcd to the Hawaiian King
don. during the first half of tlic pres
ent year from San Francisco alone.
If the value of direct hhipinenls
from New Vork ami Boston to Hono
lulu' could be added, together with
the lumber shipments from thu entire
Pacific Coast, the showing would be
very mitch better, but the partial
returns available should satisfy 'any
ono of the advantages accruing, to
San Francisco especially, tlirough
it,. i.i.,i t,,i, ti, tin :. t
the Island trade." Iho following is
the statement of exports from Kan
Francisco, referred to above, for the
first half of 183 J :-
Client Britain mid Ireland.... $7,SG0,n:ti .
New Yoi k 1 ,202,5X1
Honrrkomr nnd Ulilna 1.073.118
BrltMi Columbia US1,855
Australia and New Zealand..
Apia (Sainonn Islands)
Saltrou (Cochin China;
Slnenpoi c (British)
U. S. Colombia
Noumea (Now Caledonia) ...
The Merchant goes on to institute
a comparison between the volume of
California's export trade with this
country, and that to other countries
"populatly supposed to ho of in
finitely greater commercial value to
California thau the Hawaiian Isl
ands." It shows that we buy more
merchandise there than any other
country except the opulent and popu
lous British Islc3 30 percent more
thau Hongkong and China ; 70 per
cent moic than SIcxicn, 80 percent
more than Belgium, more than twice
as much as Australasia, Fiji and Now
Calcdouin, etc. The Aiuci leans arc
hardly so infatuated with the pro
tection heresy as to throw away such
n good thing as the reciprocal trade
of Hawaii. No; they will sooner
choose to call it protection and
It looks as if Ohio had cooked the
It appe.us tho Post Olllce icceipts
published in the Government's re
turns for the past six months in
cluded those for nine months of the
last biennial peiiod. Fuithcr, that
the returns themselves arc illegal in
point of the time they eovcr, the
statute oidcring quartetly returns to
be made. Worse
moie of it.
and wors2, and
Either the existing opposition to
tlm Ministry belongs to the still
waters that run deep, or 'the people
believe at heart in the Ministry. In
the face of (ignics showing a dcplor
ablo condition of affairs, and at the
threshold., of unparalleled commer-
cial depression, the popular apathy
to cxeition for the salvation of the
country is astounding. There is
abundance of tnlk. and the air is
full of foroboding, but there aro
seemingly no patriotic spirits to
make a stand against tlic rninward
career of thu Kingdom. "Wait for
the crash," is tlic atrocious word
acted upon, unworthy particularly
of people reared in the air of con
stitutional freedom. The further
the country is allowed to drift into
bankruptcy, and the longer the res
toration of n healthy national credit
within and without is delayed, the
more difilcult will the work of re
generation be. Let something be
done, or let all the people say, "We
do not care," and act up to it by
ceasing their lnunnuriiigs under
THE PLANTERS IN COUNCIL.
Sir. Davics presented the report
of the Committee- on Varieties of
Seed Cane. It made mention of the
seventeen varieties obtained from
tlic Mauritius, and the results from
their planting in various parts of the
Islands; also of tlio varieties ob-
tntnnii fi-nm fiiin.mci.,,,.1 o.wi ,r
those indigenous to'the Island, Tho.
committee expressed 1110 opinion
that seed ciinn slinnld lm fiwmnutlv I
shifted from higher to lower localities
and vice vtma, and from one district
The President gavo an account of
tho llilo planters' experience with
mongoose. Thoy had combined and
pi ocurcd seventy-two of theso animals
in pairs from Jamaica, W. I. The
speaker' ssliaiu was four pair, and
the result of their beiiiK let loose
among his hitherto jat-infested cane
wrt, that tlicrd was within a year not I
R mi-eaten stick on tlic whole plan-
fUlon. Tlio evneriment moved
. Atio t.pciimcm ptowct
equally clllcnclous with the other
planters, and he estimated the saving ,
made in the district, from the total
investment of SI .100. to be about i
jflh nnn 'i'i ,.., i ..:.i ,
-'""""" "' ""-o""" v-,.v,v.,.v.v,
that the mongoose were multiplying.
Mr. Havles told of Mr. Notley hav
ing offered to buy all the ruts' tails
brought to him, and found that the
Chinese brought the tails but did not
kill tho rats.
Tho meeting adjourned till 10
o'clock on Thursday.
TutiMDAY, Oct. 23rd.
Sir. Dole. Vice-Picsidcnl, called
the meeting to order at 11.50, and
routiue business was despatched.
While the meeting awaited the
rutin n of the President and members
forming with him the deputation to
l'10 Government on tiio immigration
business, the Secretary suggested an
informal discussion on sngnr bags,
ami unucu on mr. .uacuc lor me.
experience of his company.
Mr. Maclie said his company im
ported from Dundee to save agents'
profits here, but he doubted if the
agents would relish the general fol
lowing of their example. The ques
tion was important, as some shippers
lost as high as live percent from
Mr. Walsh considered the question
one well worthy of discussion. He
had found a great deal of difference
Between tlic prices at different shops
in Honolulu. The next cheapest to
the lowest price he met with was S50
more, and the next to that SloO
more still, per thousand.
Mr. Dole was surprised to hear
that such an enormous loss as that
stated by Mr. Macho 5 percent
should over he sttstuined.
Mr. Davics said the average waste
was from one to two percent.
The President having arrived and
taken tho chair, Sir. Davics reported
that the committee for that purpose
had waited upon the Government
and presented the Company's mem
orial. The President had supple
mented the memoiial with an ablu
and eouiteous pi osculation of the
views of (he planteis upon the labor
question. Sir. Gibson, had promised
a written reply at 2 o'clock, and had
informed them that the first shipment
! of Japanese might be expected early
in November. Also, that any ex
penditure for immigration beyond
the $-10,000 outlaid on this shipment
must como from sources outside the
ordinary revenue, and that at pre
sent thu Government did not pro
pose to alter the policy adopted
On motion it was resolved to re-
! hiuno discussion of the labor qucs-
lion upon receipt of Sir. Gibson's
promised reply to the memorial.
Mr. Dole moved, and it was car
ried, that an additional standing
committee should bo appointed, on
SHINBONES IN COUflT.
"Jedgc," remarked Shinbonc3,
"dis hyar nm pretty tough on a old
"The law requires it," was the
"Wal, cud I be Mowed tor speak
tor this hynr gaddcrin' ob cullud pus
sons?" The permission was grunted, and
the ex-President of the Anti-Chicken-Stealing
Society turned to the assem
blage. "Brcddcrn and sistcrn," said he,
"Is'c gwinc way fur terleabyo' now
fur some time. Dcy am gwine tor
send mo whar de wicked cease from
troublin' an' dc weary git a res'. I
mean dose tint am weary ob losin,
poultry. JNow, brcddcrn, all
1 se goi icr say to yo' on ells nynr
painful 'eashin is, rf you don't want
tcr git inter do place whar I'm a
The speaker paused to add force
to his words. The Judjjo lenned
Tl i J .. A V.
forward to hear tho wise admonition
' about to fall f rom t lie old man's lins.
' "SSLnSM fti?
"Ef yo' don't want tor go whar
Is'o a-goin'." lie repented, "make
blame shuah dat do boss nm dead or
gone tcr a pic-nic 'foah yo'tackle a
And they led him away to prison.
-..Veio rork Times.
WANTED TO LITHPTH.
"Doctor," said a young man or
this city, as ho entered a dentist's
olllce hurriedly, "I want you to pull :
'Show 1110 the tooth," said thu
i dentist, with a happy expression of
face, ns lio picked up h dental crow-
bal' "J"1 ''""'I'S.
uAo iny ono In Ihis row,' nn-
SWCrcd tlio yottt i, ns he s d nto the
"But which is the aching tooth?"
"Neither; none of them. Will
' J'"11 ono of t,1C6. or not
81l!l'0c you Know your own
business," said tlic detn
.leutist, and he
lifted the young man out of the chair
with the f i loudly grip he took, and
the tooth came with him.
When he had paid the fee and was
walking out the dentist asked :
"Would you kindly inform me why
you wanted a sound tooth pulled:"
Tlicrtainlv." answered the voutb. .
"I'm an clocuthionisth, and there
nic pcithes I want to rethitc where i
,, I, . i tin ,t it 1 1, . I
tho thpeaker lithpth and I could'nt
llthp. Now you thee it wil bo n
And he went off, leaving the
dentist in awe-struck silence. Dtl.
JJoyal Hawaiian Agricul-
rjPIli: ANNUAL SIEETING OK THIS
X fcOClLTY will bo held at the Ha
wallan Hotel, on THURSDAY, October
28rd.nl 6 r. St. By order.
811121 .1. S. WEBB, Secretary.
Honolulu Stock and Bond Ex
change. riMlB ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X BOARD ha been postponed till
mi DAY. Oct. 21th, 1881, at 11 n. in.
819 ot Serretirv.
New Calcli, 1 &tSt.
In Fine Order, at Low Prices,
FOB t-ALE BY
E!. J?. A.I-A.2WCS,
850 Queen street. 2w
WANTED, with pleasant rooms, by
a gentleman nud wife In n pri
vate fmnllv. Adilresi P. O. Box 127.
JACINTIIO DO SIONTE begs to notl
fy the public that he is prepared to
undertake contracts for Well Boring,
cheaper than any one else.
Portuguese Str-ct, back of Queen's
Hospital. SfiO If
XANTED a situation us Cook by u
it Poitugue'-e who understands n
little English. Applv
GOXSALVES It CO . 57 Hotel St.
TO Pl'liCII.YM.k.s A 'I AIXTIOX.
From and after this Date all
Bills for Gools purchased ut Cash Sales
5V3UST BE PAID
At the Time of Delivery.
E P. AUASIS. ) . ,,
LYONS &LEVKY, Au,;tL'rs
llom-lulii, 0:1. Ot'i, 1SS1. 818 3t
BY A SIAN (German) TO TAKE
CARE of a Horse and Cairiage,
tlio Garden or is willing to do any kind
ot work. Enquire at No. 3 King utieet.
BB A YOUNG GERMAN, AS A
WAITER in a Restaurant or any
kind of outdoor work. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN.
General Business Agent, 28 Slorchant st.
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
luin'uhed. Apply nt No. b Kukul
street. 770 tf
170R GENTLEMEN ONLY." Apply
X to SIRS. TURN ER, S2 King Street,
nearly oppo3ito the Windsor Restaurant,
OOP ly b
A I.ni'L'c and Commodious
HOUSE, centrally locuted,
newlv nancrcd sml nalntcd.
Large yard, stables, &c. Possession
given immedinttfly. For further par
ticulars enquire ot
JNO. S. SIcOREW,
815 Hotel etr. bet. Fort and Alakeu
,.U A LARGE HOUSE, contnin
iH'fyMM' '"KB rooms with bath-rooms,
nafcirTMi kitchen, piutiy, milk room,
servant's mom and every convenience,
with six acres of land laid out in good
stylo n, n g mien, carriage house and
btnbllng, water and gn9 laid out all over
the houto; lately occupied by the late B.
F. Bollci. PosiCiBlon jrlven Immediate
ly. For tin ther particulars, applv to
811 2w B. PRANK BOLLES. I
FOK SAJLM Oit M3ASK. ,
xlXvA A BRICK COTTAGE, at Lo- '
iUyUrgleo, near iho Soap Works, tor j
KiiisSiSfipiirticulnrs applv to
T. W. RAWLINS, So 111 Works. ,
631 tj I
(TUNE SEATS IN CHAIRS, AND"'
V SISIILAR WOltK neatly done Tor '
a low price by
815 lw No. !1 King btteet. .
A SMALL COTTAGE
Apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
Tho long looked for opening of this
Mote ulll'bc on Monday, Sept. Irtlh,
with a full ktouk of
UOBT. DONNOLLY. manufacturer
of Soda Water, Ginger Beer, Root Beer
nnd Snruco Beer, will offer to the nubile
on Monday, cooline drinks superior to
W ,' tho Iinval "1. i-,,; -.i0
diliiki mentioned nbovo aro mnnufac-
,urcd t my Soda Works, back of Roto
Cottage, unetinu oi my Arctic soon
will pronounce It tho best In the city.
Sly syrup3 are Imported from London,
comprise the choicest of English fruiti,
nnmelv Gooseberry, Chtrry, Pear,
Raspborrv, Strawberry, Lemon, Bed
Currant. Black Cm rant and Pine Apple,
Sarsaparllhi, Ginger, Orange and Vn-
nllln. Any of these fruits at
My motto U, to glc a gupcilor article ,
even If It cost more, and thereby cnsuic i
speedy salC3. ,
With mv GINGER BEER, ROOT
BEER -mil SPRUCE BEER, I have
been at a heavy expense experimenting
on Ihem, to ns to give the publlu drinks
that will be both strengthening and
refreshing In this climate. I guarantee '
them strictly VEGETABLE, no SIINE
RAI.S employed. I 'Uu somo of the
finest medicinal herbs that grow In the
Stnlea. The public wants u drink with
some nutriment In It, this you find .In
my beers that strengthen the body ns
well as dilute the blood for purposes ol
a more easy How through the system.
They can bu taken by any one ns they
arc absolutely pure. Tlicy are the most i
enjoyable tliirit quenchers evir Intro. !
du'ecd. I will sell thctn nt price to unit
one and all.
Superior Oengcr Beer, 10c. per bottle.
Connolly's Root Beer, " " "
Donnolly's Spruce Beer, " " "
Candies for the Million
On Saturday, at thoFerlmtnln. My as
sortment Is of tho finest nnd purest des
cription nnd will be sold nt the lowest
possible price. Don't forget and call
eaily to insure a packet of these rare
candles for tho loved ones at home. I
have also an assortment of Bon Bons,
CIo've3 and Nuts of all descriptions.
Smokers' Articles a speciality at the
Fountain, all descriptions of home nn 1
fotclgn Cigars, to suit tho most fasti,
dlous. Best brands of Tobacco nnd
Cigarettes. Hoping to get a share of
public patronage by supplying a good
article, 1 remain,
814 3m ROBERT DONNOLl.Y.
Booko nnd Accounts and Cuq
tom House Bu3inoss prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephone 172 P- 0. Box 315.
J. A. PALMER,
Commission anil Custom House Drokor
and General Business Agent.
During- the next lltteen duys, I will
give pnrtlcuhr attention to the
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My commissions are moderate, and
Business SIuu nnd others can he sure
that all matters intrusted to me will bu
Promptly Attended to.
Ofilj In Campbell's Now Block,
845 tf Boom No. 7, Up-Stalrs.
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
Per . h. BORDEAUX
A spleudld collectlon'of 18 carat gold &
silver Jewelry of tho lntcst designs,
Xecltlaoew with Loelccta,
Chains, Studs, Bracelets, Purses, Scnif
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rlngs, Thimbles,
Etc., Etc., ICte.
Cull and examine this Superior Stock.
CONZALVES & CO.
814 NO. 57 HOTEL ST. 1m
For Freight or Charter.
J&H, THE IIGTXE
Apply at tha
811 1m Pacific Navuia-iio.n Co.
VgL NOTICE Is heroby given hut
,5SyS the SInstor of the above vessel
4WtSjjP-w,HI not bo responsible for
CjMTOT'aiiy debt contracted by the
mcmbc'iq of his crew, without his writ,
T11EO. II. DAVIES & Co., Agents.
jj.ci.-L lb hereby given that neither
!V-i till! Onntiilii iiorthu A runt 4 nt
.ji&EjV ll' Captain 1
gCTi Thayer will
, --- --rl-...- ...
in Bark Nicholas
Thayer will be responsible
1 for nny debt contracted by tho crow of
1 said Bark without their written order,
R. S. CROSBY. Master.
I II. HAOKFELD & Co., Agents.
! Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1884. Sirj ai
J. E. WISEMAN'S
Ready for Active Work Again.
rpiIE Business Community mid my
X Patrons i;cnciall throughout the
Itlnnds will (lease take notice that I
hae returned Irom my trip to the Comt
and with improved tacllltks for con.
ducting my General Office Bi.tlncs. 1
most respectfully solicit In the future
the patronage l.eielufoie extended to
rne uutlng my bulne s engagement In
the Klncaom for the past live years.
In audition to my various deprnt
ment, I have Icon appointed rolo Agent
for the St. .Io& Hatmltal and the Bur
llngton and Qulncy Rail Bonds, alo,
soliciting Agent for tho Hun Francisco
Illuminating Card AdicilPomout Com
pany. Orders tor Good", Wares nnd
Merchandise of every kind and nature
sent to the Coast, and satisfaction
guaranteed and on the most reasonable
, ln "' "al "t""
always on hand ch
'"' Houses, Room
in my Real Estate Dep.iitinent, I hae
loice property to sell
i nnd Olllces to Iciirr
nnd let. I collect lents, nnv and dis
charge taxes, Instininco and older ncccs
sary 'repairs when required. Landlord
ami Owners will find that It will bo to
their advantage to place their Renl Es
tate Intcicsts in my hands, ns I will
carefully attend to this brunch of mv
business to their entire tnthfactlon.
Custom House Entries executed at
Books and Accounts kept and adjust
ed, nnd Quarterly Bills distributed and
collected accurately anil piomptly.
Soliciting Agent' for the Mutual Life
Insuiancc Co. of New Yolk, also Hie
Don't forget that 1 do business on
business principle?. Give mo a call.
j. 12. wis:e:wla:n,
Tho only recognized General Busine-s
Agent In the Kingdom.
Offices, 28 Merchant Street, Campbell's
Fire Proof Block, Honolulu.
P. O. Box 310 Telephone 172.
BEGS to Inform tho public that he has
per Mariposa, an elegant assortment of
Gents', Ladles', nnd Children's
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
62 Hotel Streot.
AS them is giuit competition In tie
Restaurant business nt the present
time, wo shall REDUCE THE PRICE
OF BOARD TO
$4.50 per week
From tl.U date.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, IPS I.
W. H. PAGE,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE HAHUFACTO
NOS. 128 nud 130, FORT STREET
(opposlto Pantheon Stables)
HONOLULU, n. I.
Tho Slanufuctory contains a complete
Carriage Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Pnlnt
Shop, and Tiimmlng Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C, &0.
Made to Order on most favorable terms
and nil work guaranteed.
Tho Closest Attention given to in.
pnlr work or nil hlinln.
Having been In business on the Bland
forn number of jours employing none
but tho ino,t Skillful of Slechauies, nnd
using only Al Slatcrhil, I can strictly
gnarnnteu all worn leaving mv Slnnu
factory. Give me a call before purchasing
Don't forgot the place.
128 and 1C0 FORT STREET.
oiTosni: dohd'b stamps.
W. H. Page,
OFJFKOM TO )LKT
ONE SIDE of J. E. AVlscman's beau,
tlful pfllco to lent, with lluu ofllcu
fuinlttiie, chnndellers, consullatlon
mom, use of telephone, &i To a suit
able party reasonable teitns will bo
given. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Campbell's
815" f Block, Merchant su