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HONOLULU, II. T., SATURDAY WENltfG, MARCH M, I88r
DO OENT8 PER MONTH
THE DAILY BULLETIN
STEAM PRINTING 0FHCE.
...... ittccii Struct,
Opposite Weal' UirrlnRo factory.
SO conls per Month.
AJMmsiness communications to lie ml.
tlrntqcd, .Manngcr Dally Bulletin, Post
Olllcc Box No. 14. Telenhono 2,-C.
Wn.VY Tayloh, Local Reporter
.1 ar. 0. Ct.EVioit Mnnngor
brewer & Company,
GllNEUAI. MKllCANTIIiK AND
mst ok 0kk1cku8:
1 0. Jones, Jr President & Manager
J. O. Caiitku Treasuier & Secielaiy
Hon. 0. H. Utsuor. Hon. 11. A. 1'. Caktkh
Geo. W. Macfarlauc. II. K. Jlacfailanc.
G. W. MACFAKLANE & Co.
IMPORTERS, COMMISSION MER
Piro-T'ioof Building, - 02 Queen street,
Honolulu. II. I.
The WaikapuSng.tr Plantation, Maui,
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii,
Thcllecia. Sugar Plantation, O.ihu,
Huelo Sugar Mill, Maui,
Huclo Sugar Plantation, Maui,
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co.; Hawaii,
J. Fowler & Co. Steam Plow and Port
able Tramway Works, Leeds,
Mirrlces, Watson & Co's Sugar Machin
Glasgow and Honolulu Lino of Packets.
" f O. BERGER,
2 1 MmiciiANT Stiiekt.
General Agent for
The N. Y. Life Insuiance Company,
The City of Loudon Fire In. Co(limit'd
South British, mid Naliotnl Fire & Ma
rine Insurance Co.
Macucalc & Urban Safes,
The Celebuited Springfield Gas Machine
Gas, Fixtures of Mitchell, Vance & Co.
J. LYONS, h. J. I.KVBV.
LYONS ii LEVEY,
Auctioneer; aud Gencial
Beaver Block, Queen st., - - Honolulu.
. Sales of Fuuntute, Stock, Real Estate
aud General Meichandiso piouiptly at
Sole Agents for Ameiieau aud Luro
pean meichandiso. 318
MS. G-RINBAUM is Co.,
. Importers of General Moi-
cihuuilihe niid Commission Merchants,
S. GRINBAUM & Co.,
124 California street,
San Francisco, Cul.
Glnus bprcckela. Wm. 0. Irwin.
WG. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sugar Factorb aud Commission
Agents, Honolulu. 1
AS. OLEGHORN & OO.
Importers, and Commission.
Merchants, dealers In General Meicliau
disc, Queen and Knahuinanu bis., Hono.
MA. GONSALVES & CO.,
. No. 07 Hotel Stieet, Honolulu,
Importers and Dealers in Diy and Fancy
Goods, Inlaid Work, Embroidery,
289 &c, &c, &c.
TOHN T. WATERHOUSE.
ir Importor and Dealer in General
Merchandise, Queen it., Honolulu. 1
H. N, Castlo. J. B, Athcrton.
CASTLE & OOOKE,
Shipping aud Commission
Merchants. Importers and Dealers in
Geneial Merchandise, No. 80 King st.,
WING WO TAI & OO,,
Importcu and General Dealers
u English, American and Chinese Pio
visions. Plantation Teas and General
Supplies. Also, White & Colored Con.
tract Matting, all qualities aud prices.
No. 21 Ntiuuuu bliect. opposltu Mr. C,
Afoug's. C2tt Cm
J.M.OAT& CO., HAII.MAHt'.ItM,
Loft in A. F. Cookes New Flro-Proof
Building, foot of Nurtanu Street.
Honolulu, II. I.
' Flng of all descriptions made and
repaired. ly h
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Shop on Queen street, near Alakea
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Piaetlcal PliimbejH, Clas Fitters
mid Copper-smitliB, No. '71 King St.,
Honolulu. tT IIouso and BlilpJoli
Work promptly executed. 17
G. II. ROBERTSON,
In town. Ofllco, Queen st. 16
I R. S. ERNEST ORADDOOK,
XJ (Into Scholar and Pilumnii Sin.
gciy and McdiditK', King's College,
London) Physician and burgeon, 101
Port Sail eel, opposite Benson it Smith's.
Ofllce hours!) to li! a in., 2 to fi and 7
jo 8 p. m., or at Hawaiian Hotel.
DR. S. ERNEST ORADDOOK,
Medico Chuglao, 101 Port stnet.
Aclui-so em caaa, dns I) Iioihs no mcln
dl'i. Das 2 lioras as cinco, c das 7 horns
as oito, da tarde, c do noilu no Hawniinn
Hotel. Folia o Poitugucs. U33 Om
Residence and consultation rooms
at No 2 Kukul St., comer of Foi t.
Tclcphono No. 140. 59 2in
. ATTOltNKY AT LAW,
And Notary Public,
Olllcc with the Attorney Ueneinl, Aliio
laid Hale, Honolulu. 312 ly
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Olllec, on Merchant street, (ne.t door
to Dr. Stangenwald.) lll.'i ly
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Money to lend ou Mortgage of Frco.
holds. Onice.No. 41Meichaut bt. 1
Attorucr and Counsellor at Law
Notary Public, and Agent for taking Ac
kiiowledgmcnts of Instruments for the
Island of Oaliu. No. 8 Kaahumauu st
. ATTORNEY AT LAW
and Notary Public. Real Estate m any
part of the Kingdom bought, sold and
leased, on commission. Loans ncgotifc
ted, Logal Documents Drawn. No. 27
juerciinut si. (uazeuo mod:;, Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands 196
Agent to take Acknowledgments
to Contracts for Labor for the District
ot Koua, Island ol Oahu, at the olllcc of
the Honolulu Water Works, foot of Nuu
ami street. . 18b I
JOHN A. HASSINGER,
Ageut to take Acknowledgments
to Contiacts for Labor. Interior 'Jfllce,
Chinese and Hawaiian Translatot
No. 7 King stieet, near tho Bridge.
Translations of cither of the nbovi
languages made with accuracy and dis
patch, and on reasonable terms. 209
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
IStoam engines, sugar mills, boil-
ei, coolers; iron, brass and lead cast
ings; machinery of every description
made to order. Paitlcular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job woik cxc.
cuted at short notice. 1
CHR. GERTZ, Ui
No. 80 Fort stieet, Honolul.JP"
Importer and Dealer in Gent's, Ladies'
and Chtldicu'.s boots, shoos and slippers.
Hubert Lou ore, U. K. Coolie,
L EWERS & OOOKK,
(successors to Lowers & Dickson,)
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and all
kinds ot Building Materials, Fort street,
WILDER Ss CO.,
Dealeiu in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of every kind, cor. Fort and Queen sta.,
HOLUSTER & CO.
Druggists & Tobacconists,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
59 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, and Cor.,
007 Foitand'Merchant Mieets. if b
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
228 and 230 Foit Street,
Honolulu, . - . - Hawaiian Ik,
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King aud Nuuanu sticets.
Fresh Giocoriusuud Provisions lecelved
by every Hlcaiucr.
P. 0, Box 130, Tclcphono 349.
No, 0 Queen btieet. Fish Mmkel,
Dealer lu cholcebt
ltcl, Voul, Glutton, Flwli, Ac, civ,
Fumilyaml Shipping ()i dors carefully
attended to. Llvu stock furnished to
vtsbt'ls ut bhoit uotieu, and Vegetables
of all kinds supplied lo Older. UK! ly
STEAI GANDY FACTORY
F. HORN, Piaetlcal Confectioner,
Pastry Cook mid Baker.
71 Hotel SI. mw Tclcphono 71.
104 FORT ST.,
TUTS WEEK SPECIAL SALE OF
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR !
OFFICE aud lesldencc, corner Berc
tunia stieet and McKibbin lane.
Olllcc hours from 7 to 0 a. it., and 1 to 2
1-. si. Oideis left atjthc Pantheon SU
bles - ill be promptly nttended to.
P.O. Box SO. 813 tf
Having leased the
from II. J. Asnew, at
& --Kniiiolmii Paik, 1 am
now prepared to take hoises lo train,
and prcpaic them for the coming Fair
ou the 11th of June next.
Breaking and Educating Young Horses
It is a point of importance to all own
cis of line young colts not to have them
jammed or hanuncicd over the hard
roads, and to get them properly handled
for the first lessons are the ones that
make the horse.
Also in connection with my Training
Stabks, I will serve u certain number
of choice mares with my Younjj Bain,
bcltouian Stallion ' AP'i'OS CHIEF."
Ho was Shed by Electioneer, owned by
Gov. Stunfoid. The sire ol .Electioneer
was Risdeke's Ilambcltouian. The dam
of Aptos Chief -was sired by Specula
tion; he by Risdeke's Hanibeltonian
so it will be seen that Aptos is an in
breed of Hambcltoninu.
Terms for service of Aptos Chief, $00
for the season, payable at the time of
service; and all mures failing to bo
with foal will have the service of the
horso the next season freu of charge.
Kapiolani Pi.rk, Jan. 22, 1883. 0JD Cm
rpilE well-known HOUSE TRAINER
X aud BREAKER. U now piepaied,
at the old tr.iinhi'' stables of Cant. Clu-
ncy, coi noi Punchbowl and Queen st,
to break in and feed hors-cs for sjli.l. No
responsibility, but every care taken.
E3rIIor.se clipping a specialty. !)23 Ilni
LEVY & WOQLHAM,
Hovho. llvvii.uix and IIOI'HC
''pilE above liniMlll bre.n; hoises to
X single and double harness, and be
ing veil known m competent horso
bieakers, they need no fuilher rvconi
uieudalious, as they guarantee all wnk
in their line.
CHlIll! Done In the iuokL
All ordew left at their ulllce ojipoiite
the Koiosenu Warehouse; or at the Of
llce of J. tE. Wiseman, will be promptly
tended to. 'J27 0m
A Good Pasture for Horses,
,$ A few hoihcs will bo
n v V taken to pastuio at Ma.
IllJtl T,II1U. littllHUN.'"
euiely finccd, C2TFor
terms, ic, np)lv to
010 No. (5 Nuunnu St.
Oraie ami Lenoii Trees,
a.'t -, .... ... .
TJJfV V.rl,Jll Hl
Tlicto Trees arc ol tho Very Best Kinds.
tSfTKOU SAI-E I'.V
1112 tf HONOJiL'I.U NURbERV.
(Successor lo C. P. Ward.)
All niden for tailugo promptly at
tcuiUd to, nt the loui'st tales. Alfn for
White mid UlarU Nnml
ill iiuantities to suit, at lowest price.
MILLINERY HOUSE OF
Chemises, 50 els, 75 els :md upward.
Skirls, 75 cts, $1 .00 and upward.
iSTig - hl Gowns, $1.00, 1 .25 and upward
Hay, Grain and
Corner of Queen and Edinburgh Streets
ImIuikI oriR'i's Holicttctl, tfoodn Uellveroil iiromptly.
II. 11. IIKNSOX,
BENSON, SMITH & CO..
113 & 115 FORT STREET, HONOLULU,
Depot for Boericke & Schreck's
Homoepathic Medicines, Ricksecker's Perfumes
Aud Toilet Requisites, Tho Common Scubc Nursing Bottlek,
And Allaire Woodward & Co's Pharmaceutical Products.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mill?, r.s,pla
Mnuufactiucs all iciiuls of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work Ilulsh. Turning, Scioll aud Brrd
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and l'l'iii
nig, Moiticlngand Tenanting.
Orders promptly iittanded lo and woik
guaranteed. Order from the other la
C si 1 i li e t thl ii lc a r
No. 03 Hotel btreet,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
Brackets, Cornices, Ci.rtuu Poles, &c.'
madu ot the luteal de.sigub.
Hay anfl Feefl.
Messrs. S. F. Grnham & Co.
Tako lilcasuio In aunouueiug to their
old fi lends mid patrouj thut
. i us'-i: i c iso JQ r vio n
n. flesh lot of
Clioice Hay anil Grain'
Which they ollei nt
Tim Lowi'Hl ."Msirlcot l!atH.
C5?" Hay nml Feed tkllviTid lo any
part of tliu city,
S. V. ;UAIIAH A Co.,
No. 82 King Street.
Tolophouo No, 187. SO"! lm
ALVJN ir. IIASHMANN,
PAPER-RULER and BI.ANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
aud lirointly executed.
..! ' --
O. W. SSUT1I,
Ksr.iii,isin:i) 18 lfi,
Capital 9,000,000 Roichsmarks.
''pilE liiideuigued, having been ap
X pointed agent of tho above Company
for the Hawaiian Inlands, Is pieparcd to
accept rUkH, against Fire, on Buildings,
Fiiiiiititic.Mirchnndlbc, Pioduce, Sugar
Mills etc., ou the most X'avorablo Terms.
Losses Promptly Adjustod and Payable in
at Wilder & Co's.
070 ly h
TO BUTCHERS, GHAZIERS
ami all liom it may concern.
rJTrrf 'f',e "odersigncd having
fm'MS?!'Mniudo alterations, additions,
VjSiijraffijanil improvements in his
maxi&tsi HOAP VACTOltY,
1 now prepared lo givo
TIio Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will furnish containers for the same
fiee of cost lo any one -ho may desire.
I HON. W. ItAWMXS,
Honolulu Soap AVorks.
Olllco lu Brick Building,
King street, I.eleo. 483 IT
Tho Best Lunch In Town,
Tea and Coffee at All Hours
Tho fluent Brands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on hand.
at Tin: ivuiK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
K!?-Tli(i (Tdv eea.sido rpsmt In tim
Kingdom, H, J.NOLTE,
J. M. OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers In nil kinds of
TUo Latest Foreign I'apors always on
hand Ut the Gautic Block. Aleiehsnt
BGaver . Saloon
I, Btiect l by
Dr. Klczko of Vicmia lias suggest
ed lliu U3o of petroleum or paralllnc
as a powerful preventive of cholera.
Investigations made by a commit
tee of the British Association show
than n man really grows in stature
.up to his fiftieth year, although the
growth is very slow after twenty.
Dr. K. .1. Jeffries holds that the
three primary colors are red, green
and violet; that blindness to violet
is rare, and that color blindness is
practically confined to red or green.
To restore the original qualitic
to steel which lias been burnt in the
forge, plunge the metal at a red
heat into a mixture of two parts of
Ditch, two parts ol train oil, one
part of tallow, and a small quantity
of common salt. Repeat the opera
tion two or three times. Excellent
results havo frequently been so ob
tained. Old frames can be cboni.cd in
tho following manner : Scrape the
old gilt off the frames, rub them
with a piece of sand paper, and thou
paint them well over with blade
varnish, or, if that is not be bad,
with Brunswick black. This comes
in bottles, and can bo. .bought at :i
saddler's or painter's tore. If one
coat is not enough wait till it is quite
dry and then add another. This
can be tried on odds and ends of
furniture and found effectual.
The following is a crimson slain
that is frcquonlly usedv for decora
tive woods for musical instruments:
Ground Brazil wood, one pound;
water, three quarts ; cochineal, half
an ounce ; boil the Brazil wood with
water an hour, rtrain, add the
cochineal, boil gently for half an
hour, when it will be fit for use.
This is first applied, and then the
varnish, consisting of rectified
spirits of wine, half a gallon, six
ounces of gum sandarac, three
ounces of gum mastic and half a
pint of turpentine varnish ; put the
above into a tin by the stove, fre
quently shaking till well dissolved ;
strain and keep for use. If it is
harder than is wished 'thin with
more turpentine varnish.
For testing gold, make a liquid
consisting of nitric acid, on a ounce ;
water, two drams; and mtfriatic
acid, one-half scruple. Mix the
ingredients well, and keep the solu
tion in a bottle with a glass stopper.
"With a glass lod which lias been
dipped in the mixture touch the
metal and watch tho action. If no
effect is produced on the metal it is
either gold or gold plated. If the
"gold" is very low or less, than nine
karat, the acid will boil green, and
base metal is at once detected by
the mark left by the acid. To test
silver, apply a drop of a solution of
nitric acid, three ounces ; water, one
ounco;and bichromate of potash,
one-half ounce, and wipe off the
drop immediately with a sponge and
water. If a blood-red mark results,
the metal is silver or the article is
silyer plated. .
Not that kind of a little girl "Aic
you a little French girl?" they asked
of a darkeyed miss who was tripping
across tho steamer's deck. "No,"
said she; "I'm a Methodist. '-'
A Kentucky gentleman tells of
a witty retort that was made by W.
S. Ilcssa, then an attache of tho
Louisville Couvier Journal to his
chief, the late George J). Prentice.
Thelntter came into the olllco one day
and said: "Have you read my last
poem, "Will?" "1 hope so, Mr. I'rcn
tlcc," said IIcss.
A Sunday school teacher asked a
little girl of her class if sho had been
baptized. "Yes," said the little
gill, 'two times," "Two times I
Why, how could that be?" exclaim
ed the teacher. "It didn't tako the
first lime," said tho little girl.
"I'm M"1 fashed wi a singing in
my head, John," said one mnnSto
another. "Do ye ken the icason o'
that?" asked tho other. "No."
"Weel, it's becauso it's empty,"
said John. "Aye, nion, that's
queer," said tho first one. "Are,
ye ne'er fashed wi' a llnging inyer
ain head, John?" "No, never,"
answered John. "An' do ye no ken
tho reason o that? It's because it's
rob ntm li