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WATKK XOTICK. ,
Owing io thu scnrolly of water, thu
hoiupi for lirlgntlon will bo limited to
4 hours pur day, from 0 to 8 n. in., mill
from -lu G p. in., until further notice.
Oil AS. It. WILSON,
Supt Wnter Wovl;s.
Approved: Ciias. T. Gui.ick,
Minister of Interior.
January SO, 1835. 032 tf
BTS1IOP & Co., 1SANTCER&
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Dra,w E.changu on thu
.tttiiilc oJ Culirornia, H. X
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M.Rothschild &Son, London.
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zoalnnd: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington.
Tim Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 11. C. and Poitland, Or.
Transact n General Blinking Business.
Plodged to nolthcr Sect nor Party.
Bat caUbllshoil for tho bonefit of all,
MONDAY, VEIL 2, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Band, Emma Square, 7:30.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F.,
Athldtic Association, at 8.
To-day the Daily Bulletin enters
upon its seventh half-yearly volume,
having completed three years of
existence. The pioneer of the daily
press of this Kingdom, it has been
under one business management from
the start, and one proprietorship
from August 1st, 1882. Although
under a varioty of editorial direction
since it became a full-fledged journal
of public opinion, it has, as a rule,
steadfastly lived up to its motto:
" Hedged to neither seel nor party,
But established for the benefit of all."
Started as an advertising and local
liens circular of one page 1C in. x
10 in. it arrived, by a scries of
strides, at its present respectable
faize. On tbc 27th of February,
1882, the increase of patronage
justified printing two sides of the
paper, and two days later, March
1st, it became necessary to enlarge
to a demy folio. On April 2-lth, it
appeared as a four page paper, and
on October 23rd the size was in
creased by adding two inches to the
length of column. The present size
was attained on Oct. 15th, 1883, and
it is no empty boasting to say that
it has proved ample enough to give
more local intelligence than the
larger rivals that have stepped in to
contest the. ground none too large
for a single daily paper to flourish
upon witli any degree of luxuriance.
Despite all rivalry, some of which
was instituted with great flourish of
? trumpets, the Dailt Bulletin has,
f' undoubtedly, by far the largest Chen
's;- lation in Honolulu of any paper, and
the largest everywhere of any local
daily. It is, therefore, not so very
surprising, that, in spite of the dull
times, our advertising columns con
tinue to be moderately wcll-flllcd.
Our only promise for the future may
be inferred from tlio assurance that
we fully realize the responsibility
"devolving upon us from the gratify
ing measure of public confidence
heretofore bestowed upon our efforts
to supply an independent, popular,
useful, clean and live daily news
paper. The present occasion is
signalized by our adoption of an
elegant new heading.
v EDITORIAL NOTES.
It affords us pleasure to
unreserved endorsement to
lowing irom the Saturday ivcss
concerning David A. MoKinley,
'"American Consul for Honolulu:
" Seldom or novcr has a consular
odlcc been more economically man
aged, more faithfully served, moro
obligingly tended, more satisfactorily
filled. And wo firmly believe that
there is'no man in Honolulu whose
opinion is worth having who will not
agree with us when wo saj' that Con
sul McKinlcy in the office of Ameri
can Consul is ' the right man in tho
right place.'" There is no doubt
ifobout it. Mr. McKinlcy could not
haye fitted the office fetter if ho had
been mensural nml mndo for it. Ho
knows hip duty nml docs 11. A
dozen suitable men might bo nnmed
for tlio position nml not one of them
bo Btiiliiblo us the present incumbent;
nml it is to bo hoped, in the interests
of the oillce, thai it will be long
befote Mr. McKinlcy will conceive
Utile intention of retiring or the Pre
sident of the United States entertain
the thought of displacing him.
The Advertiser, evidently in reply
to u paragraph in this column on
Saturday, represents tho date as
being one of the most flourishing
products of our toil. "We have been
told that the fruit here docs not ma
ture well and is comparatively value
less, but if warm snlino water, as
our former paragraph intimated, is
the main condition, wc cannot bcc
why the date should not be produced
here as an article of profitable ex
port. The general newspaper can only
with propriety give religious news,
and must know neither division nor
sect in the Christian world. There
fore, such a paper as the Friend,
devoted to the interests of what is
regarded as orthodox Christianity by
a majority of Protestants as at pre
sent conducted, comprehending
every branch of religious activity
sustained by that "way" can
hardly fail to secure all the patro
nage it bids for. Its composition
and arrangement indicate journalis
tic skill of no mean order. In tho
current number Marshal Sopcr is
praised for pouncing upon a lottery,
and recommended to go for the
gambling operations at church fairs.
Mr. Forbes, in the" missionary de
partment, advocates converting the
Chinaman instead of kicking him
THE LUNALILO ANNIVERSARY.
A largo number of ladies and gen
tlemen drove out to the Lunaliio
Home on Saturday afternoon, on
the occasion of that institution being
thrown open to the public in honor
of its benevolent founder's natal day.
The visitors were rewarded with all
the enjoyment that could be afforded
by the magnificent view of ocean,
and mountain, and embowered city
between, together with the pro
gramme of the Royal Hawaiian
Band whose music could not be
heard to better advantage than out
in the open among tho hills the in
vigorating mountain breezes, and tho
very interesting insight into the in
stitution itself. Among those who
availed themselves of the opportu
nity for such a rare outing were II.
It. II. the Princess Likelike, His
Honor Chief Justice Judd, Prof.
Wayland and wife, Principal Scott,
the Rev. A. Mackintosh, II. B. M.
Com. "Wodehottse, Mrs. Campbell,
Representative Dole, Col. Saxc, of
California, and Mr. Unna, of liana.
Many mounted tho tower of the main
building to get the full benefit of the
breeze and the View, and some rode
and others strolled on foot over the
grassy slopes while the band played.
It is safe to say that no public insti
tution was cvcr.exhibitcd in a belter
kept or sweeter state. The dormi
tories of the inmates were all that
could lie desired to enable the aged
pilgrims to take all the . rest by day
or night that their years require.
Seeing so many people so far ad
vanced in the sere and yellow leaf
made the visitor feel himself in the
presence of the far-distant Past.
There are at present 25 venerable
occupants of the Home IC men and
I) women. There is comfortable
accommodation for 50, Some of
tho ages are uncertain, but probably
the oldest immatc is Kaloleiki, a
kanaka of at least 05 years. His
wife is with him, aged 75. They
were induced to accept this asylum
only by the persistent urging of Mr.
Unna, as the old man hud sworn he
must die on his native turf at Ilium.
It took a year's importunity to con
vince him his oath was a wrong one
and violablc. A historical person
age died in tlio Homo about five
months ago. By muno Kamipelo,
ho was an adopted son of Kaincha
meha I.y and was ono of the first
Hawaiian converts to Christianity
through tho instrumentality of the'
Rev. Mr.' Thurston, ono of ho
pioneer missionaries to litis group
and grandfather of Mr. L. A.
Thurston, lawyer. A rather dull
disciple at first, he became through
diligence one of the most intelligent,
and maintained a consistent Clirl
linn character to (he Inst, llownsono
of tho teachers sent by Mr. Thurston
to Tahiti, where ho labored 17 years.
Returning in 1873, lie was found to
have attained greater proficiency in
tlio Tahitinn than in his own tongue.
The Row Mr. Bignell,of Iviiktiihaelu,
had him sent to the Home, just six
months before death .closed his full
century of life. Cnpt. Swinton, Who
has been Superintendent of the
Homo for about two years, is worthy
of all praise for his excellent man
agement, which a visit at nny time
Editoii Bulletin: As you are
kind enough to insert letters on
church matters, will you allow spaco
for a few remarks on a sermon
which I had the pleasure of listening
to yesterday at the Episcopal Church
of this city. The preacher depre
cated in himself and others the habit
of conversing in the church yard,
even on kindly and interesting mat
ters. Ho would do away with the
" wee crack i' the kirk yard." Now,
sir, 1 think tho rev. gentleman is
going a little too far when he carries
the solemnity and silence which is
due to the inside of tho Holy Tem
ple, to the outside precincts. I have
heard the same gentleman complain
of the coldness of the congregation
of St. Andrews Church, and advo
cate gush as people get it elsewhere ;
why should he seek now to do away
with what his former advice perhaps
has produced? Has the congrega
tion become too warm? I trow
not. If there is a place in the world
where people ought to meet for a.
kindly chat, it is near a church. I
hope to hear the rev. gentleman con
fess to a little hastiness of speech,
and that he has not put a veto on
what ought to.be a harmless delight.
In the Congo Conference three
reasons were given for the participa
tion of America in the deliberation :
First, because America was the first
Power to officially recognize the
African International Association :
second, because the population of
America includes 6,000,000 negroes,
whoso parent country is Africa, and
third, because Americans mainly
have explored the country.
A Bodie, Nevada, paper gives the
output of bullion by the mines of
that place for 188-1 at 1,105,297.74,
and the production for the past eight
years at S1G,G82,79G.8G.
The Nevada State Prison shoe
shop has returned a net profit to the
State of $22,280 since its establish
ment. MASONIC KOT1CK.
There will be a SPECIAL
MEETING of Honolulu
"Wwnl Artli rilinttnv Va 1
'rXX&TSr (ill TlTlTl?n A V W VWNTOn
at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting Brethren are
respectfully invited to attend.
E3T"M. 11. Degree. Per order,
034 4t J. M. OAT, Jr., Sec.
Election of Ofliccr.s.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holder of the Kohala Sugar Com
pany, held Monday, the 2nd instant, at
the office of tho Agents, the following
Ofllccrs-were elected for tho cnsuing
President S. C. Allen
Vice-Picsidcnt Hon. J. Molt Smith
Treasurer Hon. S.N. Castle
Secretary J. B. Athcrtou
Auditor C. M. Castle
J. B. ATHERTON,
034 lw Secretary.
order of tho Administrator of the
Estate of the late Henry May,
On Wednesday, February 4,
At 10 a. m,, on the premises,
Berctanla stiect, I will sell the ENTIRE
in part as follows, viz:
Oak Library Desk !
With Drawers; Lounge Chair, Oak
Sideboard with Mirror, Oak Chuirs.
Chandeliers, Side and Shade Lampi,
duplex i burners; Pictures and En
gravings,'Wall Brackets, Whatnots,
Handsome Etagero with mirror.
Parlor Centre Solli,
Chinese Vases, SIdo Table, Book
Bucks, Parlor Chairs, ono Kino Pier
Mirror, willunarhlo and gill stand;
Cernlcis and Cm tains, Parlor Bugs,
Music Stand, Sldeboaid with mirror,
Lounge. Ono Broadwood & Bon's
London Upright Piano I
Huudsome Oak Extension Dining Ta.
bio, Dining Chaiis, Crockery and
GJusswaic, Hull Stand and mirror.
Koa Table, Clock, B. W. Wardiobo,
and Buieau, Veianda Chairs, Hair
Mattrtsscs, Pillows, Carved B. W.
XSriiBH nnd Iron IloclnteadH
Mosquito Nets, Plain B. W. Bedsteads,
Oak- Wardrobe nnd Bunuu,Waid.
lobe, &c, Dressiug Table and mir
lor, Chairs, Meat Bufe, Itefrigciator,
Water Cooler, fcc,
i):i4 2t E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
E3y"Tho furniture will be on view be.
tween tho hours of 0 a. m. and 4 p. m.,
on Tuesday, on the premises.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tlio llnnd will play nt ICiinim
Squnic this evening nt7:30. Tho
following is tho programme:
Muivli Ku Llko lloti MlehlcW
Overture The Oath Aulier
Galop Pomona Lentiier
Selection Don Carlo . . t Vei dl
Selection .Scotch .Melodies .... Gnsncr
AVnlt Scented Mowers. . . .Wnldletifol
Mcdluj Black Brigade Beyer
Wednesday, Feb. 4th,
At 10 a. m., at the Store,
No. 89 Hotel Street,
Will ho told tho entire Stock and
Tooh or the into firm of
Simpson & Wallace,
Comprising every description of house.
hold and ship's
FURNISHING TIN WARE,
Lead and Itou Pipe nml Killings, Brass
Goods for Steam, Gas nml Water,
of the bet manufactures; Water
Closets, Wash Basins, &c.
Two Sols ol Tinsmith's Tools & Machinery.
Pipe Vices, ono Patent Forfje, ono Fair
banks Scale, Stocks nnd Dies fron 2
Inch Io J6, with Taps, all of which
aioot Morris Ln&kur & Go's make;
one Mucnenle & Urban Safe; ono
kind and gentle, wich Wagon
The whole will he Fold without roscive.
LYONS & LEVEY,
032 41 Auctlonecis.
Building Lots for Sale.
EVEHAL building lots for falo or
rent at hnpnlinmt, near mcMuiie.
lewal bridge, on the Eui bido of tlio
lane lending to Austin's estate. Eaiy
terms. Apply to W. C. AC111,
Law oillce of V. R. Castle. S37 tf
SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
Sill tf Soap Works
BF. EHEEIIS & COMPANY liav
ing this day assigned all their
piopcrty and claims to us, the under
signed, we hereby notify all persons
owing said linn to make immediate
E. P. Mablc, at the store of B. F.
Ehlcis&Co., on Fort street, Is author
ized to receipt for all payments.
11. W. SCHMIDT,
G. W. MACFAIUANE,
Assignees B. F. Elders & Co.
Honolulu, .Tan. 15, 1835. 013 tf
A TEMPORARY PLACE has been
opened in Rose Lane, back of Mr.
Houghlailing's place, to supply my cus
tomers as usual, until further notice.
G. M. RAUPP,
021 tf Telephone 101.
Breafl lor Pinion.
RESIDENTS OF TUNAIIOU, please
take notice that
Love's Bread Wagon
now delivers bread in that locality.
Order,-, for regular service taken by
tho driver, and ai
931 2w Nuuanu street.
DUE B. F. EHLERS & CO. must
be paid beforo Fcbiuaiy 1st, or
they will be placed in the hands of
a collector, nnd payment enforced.
For the Assignees of B. F. Elders
Honolulu, January lDth
TTAVING ENLARGED THESE
Central & Commodious Siables
wo aro picpaml to furnish first-class
turnouts with genllo horses, with or
without di Ivors, A line wagonette in
laaelcM at all Mourn.
day aud night. Horses taken to board
by day, week, or month, on reasonable
terms. Saddlo horhea to let,
IIorKCM I3oitlii :ml Sold,
( Satisfaction guaranteed.
A Baggage Wagon delivcm to all
parts of the city. Fiirnitur moving
O. W. MAOFABLANE,
2 No. 02.
E. R. MILES.
njEijioi K33aE:.AJD!;i! JzysJabfik'
dtiRl Hcucivod by hiwl sloamur
I CI I
"WHI3T Iulioi' Aprons, "TeniST F
ills' Holm, " Drawers, Children's Chcinisi'i, "
' Skirls, " Gowns, " Ai inns, V
" Cloaks, " Skills, " Drawcis, V
" Drcs6cs, " Sacques, " Skirts, Tfc
" Shawls, " Collar?, " Sun Boniiets,'
" Chemlsos, " Flshucs, " Waists,
" Gowiu " Chemise?, " Dresses, j
" Wrappers. " Corset Covers, " Cloaks?. mm
"at2T " Calico Wrappeis.- "atST $?
ALL THE ABOVE GOODS WE ARE ABLE TO OFFER AS
SPECIAL, INDUCEMENTS. .
Wc also would slate that wo mo constantly receiving new and dosir
nble styles of goods direct from the manufacturers, and that wo shall
spare no exertion to meet, by prompt atlonlion, low prioos, and iUc boat
of goods, your entire confidence.
Orders fron tho other Islands promptly attended to.
Temple of Fashion., i
. Wos. 61 and 63 Fort Streets.
Have received ox Alsimeda,
Salmi, Cauliflower, Celery, M Cento, Oysters,
in Tin and Shell : Bologna Sausage, Cal. Eoll Butter,
Swiss and Cream Cheese, Horse Radish, &c. ,
A.JLL OjV ICJE.
DFanoy niicl Jsstzjplo Groceries.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Bo 2(17.
. BILLIHGHAM & Go.
I'ort Street, Honolulu,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements.
Windmills for Stoek Ranches and Irrigation.
A new invoice of Plows, of all sizes, just received.
Fence Wire and Staples.
Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine & Oil
Detroit Cups. Albany Compound.
House Furnishing Goods & Siver Plated Ware.
11111$. The Corner Harness Stoi
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having been Toccivcd hy me, I
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same "quality of Goods can bo purchased elbcwhcrc in Honolulu, t
satisfaction guaranteed. My stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c,
Sits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c., in Nickel and Silver Pla
The reputation of my HOME-MADE HARNESS for superiority of workmant
and material remains unchallenged during my six years' residence here.
Thankful for the generous patronage of the past, its continuance and increas
the future is respectfully solicited at the old stand.
8S0 3m Corner of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, I:
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JOSEPH. E. WISEMAN,
The Only Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islar
ESTABLISHED 1 870.
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H
X. O. Jiozc 315 r : t : Tclepliono 173.
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys and sells Real E&tate in all parts of thu Ki.
dom. Rent.s Offices, Houses, Cottages aud Rooms,
SOLICITING AGENT FOR WILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS-Tc
isW and the Traveling Public will apply to me for Tickets and Infornintior
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF Nl
YORK The Largest, Grandest and Soundest Institution of its kind in
AGENT FOR THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMER1'
This Route excels all other routes going East, the teonery being the gnimlc
the meals the choicest and tho Palace and Dining Cms tho hiiudtomest and mi
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all locking work in thovm
oils blanches of industry on the Islands. ,
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE C1TYT OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE C(
Tho best known Company In the Wands. ' v fe
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods nt Cubtom House, pays and dischnrg
1'ieigut ami jjuijmiiiis miner power
MONEY' BROKER Loans Money nt
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT-Leg.il
Distributed and Collected. Books and Accounts kept and adjusted. Recort
Scotched. Rents Collected. Taxes and IiiEUianco on Properly looked alte
Copying and Engiosbing done. AdvortibcincntH, Newspaper Aitlclo?, Cone
ponileiico and Commercial Biiblnes of every nature promptly and accurate)
intended t. . . "i
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU Companies aliips
will conosnond with me for terms, etc.
Specimens, Native Vlewh and Photo carefully filled ami forwarded ip all par
of tho World. - , K
37" Information appertaining to tho Iblands given and nil correspondence fait
fully answered, ,
JOSEPH E. WISKJrAN,
673 . Gonoral Business Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian Island
one of the largest invoiots of
m "1 Jl ! A T T t ! T1
uiflien s k mm wear
Still to the Front !
all times on ilrat-clnts secuiitiy. fi
I'npeis of every description drawn. HI)
:. Oulcra for Isliiud Shells, Cm Ins, L:i
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