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You. VII. No. 960.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAHCI1 II, 1385.
SO CENTS PER MONTH
THE DAILY BULLETIN
STEAM PRINTING OFFICE.
lP"- .,...- . ijtircti Street,
Opposlto Weal's Cnrrlngo Factory.
50 cents por Month.
All buslncis communications to lc ad.
Jro'sctl, Malinger Daily Bulletin, Post
OIllco llox No. 14. Telephone 250.
Dan Looan, Editor
Wkay TAvr.on, Loci) Reporter
Jas. Q. Cr.KViou, Manager
CBBEWER St COMPANY,
General Mercantile and
list op ofi'iceiis:
P. C. Jones, Jr. . . .President & Manager
J. O. Carter Treasurer & Secretary
Hon. 0. 11. Bisuor. Hon. 11. A. P. Carter
Geo. W. Maefarlanc. II. R. Macfarlane.
G. W. MA02ARLANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MER
Fire-Proof Building, 52 Queen streot,
Honolulu. H. I.
The Waikapu Sugar Plantation, Maui,
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
Tho Hccia Sugar Plantation, Oahu,
Huclo Sugar Mill, Maui,
Huelo Sugar Plantation, Maui,
' Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co., Hawaii,
J. Fowler & Co. Steam Plow and Port
able Tramway Works, Leeds, ,
Mirrlecs, "Watson & Co's Sugar Machin
Glasgow and Honolulu Lino of Packets.
f O. BERGER,
24 Merchant street.
General Agent for
The N. Y. Life Insurance Company,
The City of London. Fire In. Co(limlt'd
South British and National Firo & Ma
rine Insuranco Co.
Macneale & Urban Safes,
The Celebrated Springfield Gas Machine
Gas Fixtures of Mitchell, Vance & Co.
J. LYONS, L. J. LEVEY.
LYONS Si LEVEY,
Auctioneers and General
Beaver Block, Queen St., - - - Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate
and General Merchandise promptly at
Sole Agents for American and Euro
pean merchandise. . 318
MS. GRINBAUM & CO.,
. Importers of Genera 1 Mer
chandise and Commission Merchants,
S. GRINBATJM & CO.,
124 California street,
San Francisco, Cal.
Claus Spreckcli. Win. O. Irwin.
WG. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sugar Factors and Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
AS. OLEGHORN & CO.
Importers and Commission
Merchants, dealers in General Merchan
dise, Queen and Kaahumanu sts., Hono
A. GONSALVES & CO.,
No. 67 Hotel Sticet, Honolulu.
Importers and Dealers in Dry and Fancy
Goods, lnlaiu WorK, .bin broidery,
280 &c, &c, &c.
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen it., Honolulu. 1
S. N. Cmtle. J. 13. Athcrton.
Castle & Cooke,
Shipping and Commission
Merchants. Importers and Dealers in
General Merchandise, No. 80 King st.,
TTING WO TAI & Co.,
T T Importers and General Dealers
in English, American and Chinese Pro
visions. Plantation Teas and General
Supplies. Also, White & Colored Con.
tract Matting, all qualities and prices.
No.' 24 Nuuanu street, opposlto Mr. C.
Afoug's. 023 Cm
J, 31. OAT & CO., AILUAKKHH,
Loft in A. F. Cookcs New Fire-Proof
Building, foot of Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, II. I.
Flags of all descriptions made and
repaired. ly b
TaT T. RHOADS,
TT . C
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Shop on Queeu street, near Alakea.
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumbois, Gas Flttera
and Copper-smiths, No. 71 King St.,
Honolulu. B3T Houso and Ship Job
Work promptly executed., 17
iG. H. ROBERTSON,
. Drayman best teams
In town. Oflice, Queen st. 16
DR. S. ERNEST ORADDOOK,
(Into Scholar and Prircmnn Sin
md Medicine, Mine's Collecc.
ondon) Physician and burccon, 104
Fort Street, opposlto Benson & Smith's.
OIllco hours 0 to 12 a in., 2 to II and 7
50 8 p. m., or at Hawaiian Hotel.
DR. S. ERNEST ORADDOOK,
Medico Ciruglao, 104 Fort street.
Arha-sc cm rasa, das U hoins no molo
dia. Dai 2 horas as cinco, c dai 7 horns
as oito, da tardc, c de noite no Hawaiian
Hotel. Folia o Portugues. 033 Oin
Residence and consultation rooms
at No. 2 ICukul St., corner of Fort.
Telephone No. 140.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
And JNotary i'ubiic,
Olllce with tho Attomoy General, Aliio
lnnl Hale, Honolulu. 342 ly
O ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Olllce, on Merchant street, (next door
to Dr. Stangenwald.) 405 ly
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
Attomoy and Counsellor at Law.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Free,
holds. Olllce, No. 44 Merchant st. 1
Attorner nud Counsellor at Law
Notary Public, and Agent for taking Ac
know lodgments of Instruments for the
Island of Oahu. No. 8 Kaahumanu st
. ATTORNEY AT LAW
and Notary Public. Real Estate in any
part of the Kingdom bought, sold and
leased, on commission. Loans ncgotife
ted, Legal Documents Drawn. No. 27
Merchant st. (Gazette Block), Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands 106
Agent to take Acknowledgments
to Contracts for Labor for the District
of Komi, Island of Oahu, at the office of
the Honolulu Waterworks, foot of Nuu
anu street. 18! I
JOHN A. HASSINQER,
Agent to tako Acknowledgments
to Contiacts for Labor. Interior Oflice,
TaJ O. AKANA,
Chinese nnd Hawaiian Translator
No. 7 King street, near tho Bridge.
Translations of cither of the above
languages made with accuracy and dis
patch, and on reasonable terms. 209
HONOLULU IRON "WORKS,
Steam engines, sugar mills, boil-
coolers: iron, brass and lead cast
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1
No. 80 Fort streot, Honolul.f?"
Importer and Dealer in Gent's, Ladies'
and Children's boots, shoes and slippers.
Ilobert Lowers, C. 11. Cooke.
L ewers &i Cooke,
(successors to Lowers & Dickson,)
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and all
kinds ot Building Materials, Fort street,
vrriLDER & co..
TT Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of every kind, cor. Fort and Queen sts.,
HOLLISTER & CO.
Druggists & Tobacconists,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
69 Nuunnu Street, Honolulu, and Cor.,
C07 Fort nnd Merchant streets, tf b
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
228 and 230 Fort Street,
Honolulu, ..... Hawaiian Is.
W. II. PAGE, Proprietor.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Nmmuu streets.
Fresh Grocetiosand Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tolephone 349.
No. 0 Queen street, Fish Market,
Dealer in choicest
Ilcer, Vcul, Mutton, Klwh, Ac, die.
Family aud Shipping Orders carefully
attended to. Live stock furnished to
vessels at short notice, and Vegetables
of all kinds supplied to order. !)40 ly
HuMtcrii JL'iiio Hugrni' KvgH,
In Shooks or Set up, also
Eastern Fine Barrels for
Hoops Iron , , lln., 3 x 1.1 G. 3 x U,
3; x 8.10.
For Sule by
086 3m b J. II. BRUNS, Senior.
104 FORT ST.,
THIS "WEEK SPECIAL SALE OF
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR !
OFFICE and rcsidenco, corner Bere
tania street and McKibbin lauc.
Olllce hours from 7 to 0 a. m., nnd 1 to 3
i m. Orders left at the Pantheon Sta
bles will be promptly attended to.
P. O. Box KG. 813 tf
Having leased the
from TT. J. Acnnw. nt.
-22- Kiipiolnni Park, I am
now prepared to take. horses to train,
and prepare them for the coining Fair
on the 11th of Juno next.
Breaking and Educating Young Horses
It is a point ot importance to all own
ers of fine young colts not to have them
jammed or hammered over the hard
roaus, anu to get tuoin properly liunuicu
for tho first lessons arc the ones that
make tho horse.
Also in connection with my Tiaining
Stables, I 'will serve a certain number
of choice mares with mv Young Ham.
beltonian Stallion " AFl'OS CHIEF."
He was sired by Electioneer, owned by
Gov. Stanford. Tho sire of Electioneer
was Risdckc's Hambcltonian. The dam
of Aptos Chief was sired by Specula,
tionj he by Risdckc's Hambeltouian
so it will be seen that Aptos is an in.
breed of Hambeltouian.
Terms for servico of Aptos Chief, $50
for tho season, payable nt the time of
ecrvice; and all marcs failing to bo
with foal will havo the service of tho
horse tho next seabon ficc of charge.
Kapiolani Park, Jan. 22, 1885. 025 5m
THE well-known HORSE TRAINER
nnd BREAKER. Is now prepared,
at the old training stables of Cupt. CIu
ney, corner Punchbowl and Queen sts,
to break in and feed hones for 35. No
responsibility, but every care taken.
E3?"IIorso clipping si specially. 928 8m
LEVY & WOOLHAIvl,
JIorHC JSrenkei'M ami IBorac
rrVHE above linn will break hoiscs to
JL single and double harness, and be
ing v.ell known us competent horse
breakers, they need no fuither rccom.
mendations, as they guarantee all work
in their line.
Clipping Xono in tlo most
All orders left at their oflice opposite
the Kerosene Warehouse; or at tho Of
fice of J. E. Wiseman, will be piomptly
tended to. . 1)27 0m
A Good Pasture for Horses,
-0K A few horses will bo
( W ii oa Valley. Pasture se
va&ll purely fenced. OfFor
ciSttA terms, &c, applv to
010 No. 0 Nuunnu St.
Orange nl Lemon Trees,
Thcso Trees aro ol the Very Dcst Kindt.
13TFOR SALE UY
0)2 tf HONOLULU NURSERY.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All older for cartugo promptly at.
tended to, at the lowest rates. Also for
IVlilte anil It! or It Haud
In quantities to suit, at lowest prices.
Chemises, 50 els, 75 ets and upward.
Skirts, 75 cts, L00 and upward.
Night Gowns, 1.00, 1.25 and upward.
Hay, Grain and
Corner of Queen and
CLVjleplione 1 75,
Inland orders millritcU, nnd
It. St. IJliNSON',
BENSON, SMITH & CO..
113 & 116 FORT STREET. HONOLULU,
Depot for Boericke & Schreck's
Homoepathic Medicines, Ricksecker's Perfumes
And Toilet Requisites, The Common Sense Nursing Bottles,
And Allaire Woodward & Co's Pharmaceutical Products.
- contractor ,j
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Wiudow Frames, Blinds,
Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work finish. Turning, Scioll aud Band
Sawing. All kinds ot Sawing and Pinn
ing, Morticing nnd Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders fiom tho other Im
Ottl i net i4 ale or
No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
Bracket, Cornices, Curtain Poles, A.c.'
made ot the latent designs.
Hay aid Feed.
S. F. Graham & Co.
deasuiu in amiounclii'
d friends and nations that
a fresh lot of
GlioicB Hay ami Grain'
Which they ollrr nt
TJio Ijowoul ,"Uurlctl I Cut oh.
&" Hay and Feed delivered lo any
part of thu city.
S. I', ;uaiia:it A. Co.,
No. 8:) IvingStiect.
Telephone No. 187. SU.1 lm
PAPER-RUIiRR and BLANICBOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Qfizetto Building . . Merchant street
. 733 ly
rooiIh delivered promptly.
O. W. SMITH,
Prussian National .
ESTABLISHED 1845, A
Capital 9,000,000 Rolchsmarks.
'pHE undersigned, having been ap
JL pointed agent of the above Company
for thc'llawatiau Islands, is prepared to
accept risks, against Fire, on Buildings,
Furniture, Mcichnndlsu, Pioduce, Sugar
Mills etc., on the most Favorable Terms
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Payable In
070 ly b
at Wilder & Co's.
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all-whom it may concern.
The undersigned having
made nlteiatlons, additions,
mill Immnviiniptitfi tn lilo
is now prepared to give
The Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of ,
And will furnish containers for the same
free of cost to any one who may desire.
TIIOS. W. RAWLINS,
Honolulu Soap Works.
Olllce in Brick Building,
King street, Lfcleo. 483 ly
The Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffee at All Hours
The finest Brands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT Till! I'AltK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
J3?"Tlio only eca.sido resort In tho
J. M. OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers in all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
imnu at tne Uaitltt mock Merchant
SELLING LAND FOR SETTLEMENT.
EniTon But.LKTiN : In my humble
opinion, it is against the true inter
ests of tho country to dispose of its
public agricultural lands by auction.
Whether those lands are to be leased
or sold right out, submitting them
to auction is not likely to secure the
most desirable class of occupants.
The auction S3,stcm may bring the
largest immediate revenue to the
government, but not the largest per
manent revenue. Auction favors
the rich, but is against the poor.
As the highest bidder becomes tho
purchaser, the man of largo means
has it in his power to exclude the
man of small means. It is natural
for capitalists to use this advantage,
and purchase with the view of hold
ing for speculative purposes. Any
one can see that this is not the way
to populate a country with bonajide
settlers. The semi-auction system
recently adopted by Mr. E. P.
Adams certainly affords advantages
to persons of limited means. That
is, announcing lands for sale by
auction on a specified day at a
reasonable upset price, but allowing
purchase at private sale at the same
price previous to tho day fixed for
auction, the amount to be paid m
yearly instalments extending over
several years. This gives poor
people a chance. The Government
method hitherto in vogue has ljeon
an effectual bar to the settlement by
the class of settlers needed for the
development of the country and its
permanent prosperity. The faithful
carrying out of the new Homestead
law, however, will greatly help to
correct the blunders of the past,
and it is to bo hoped that the Gov
ernment will put its provisions into
operation with as little delay as
possible. Settling the people on
the land as you 'say, natives first
and foreigners after cannot be too
much insisted upon.
President Cleveland wrote a letter
on Feb. 25th, in which he recom
mended the suspension of silver coin
age. The silver men replied. On
the 2Cth the 'House of Representa
tives voted down a resolution to take
up the Sundry Civil Appropriation
bill, with the anti-silver clause in it.
In the United States Senate, Feb.
the 28th, Mr. Mitchell, of Pcnny
sylvania, Republican, moved the
following resolution :
"AVheukas, The commercial value
of silver has so fnr depreciated that
standard silyer dollars, coined under
the Act of 1878, aro now worth but
82 cents in the open market ; and,
whereas, continued coinage of such
depreciated dollars, now amounting
nearly 200,000,000, seriously
threatens the suspension of cold
payments by tho Government from
necessity and the consequent banish
ment of gold coin from active circu
"Resolved, That tho Committee
on Finance be and is hereby in
structed to fotthwith prepare and
report to tho Senate a bill to provide
for the immediate suspension of the
coinage of the silver dollars and for
tho resumption of such coinage
whenever the commercial value of
the staudard,dolIars aforesaid shall
rise to within fi per cent of par with
tho standard gold dollars of the
The matter went over, under ob
jection, to another day.
The New York Jlerald'a Paris
special says: Tho increase in the
silver reservo in the Bank of France
is beginning to alarm bankers. Al
lard, Director of tho Banquo de Bcl
giquo, has just published a pamphlet
a'dvoeating the double standard,
Allard regards tho present situation'
as dungerous and thinks the tender
oy among all nations is to grow
poorer. Tho question is of vital
interest both to the United States
and this country. Yet, though
there is over a milliard of silver in
tho Bank of France, the Government
makes no attempt to solve tho pro
blem. Despite everything, the
Bourse quotations rule high.
Panama Government troops de
feated 2,000 Indian .monteueros,
about the middle of February, the
I latter leaving 300 dead on the fields