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'-' BY AUTHORITY, thfiiduty of everyone who docs not practical experience before ho writes Wm ' HfflTltltllfiltl I
Wt- " r " ' dissent from Uinl belief to nssU III n nrllele Utnl H n ilelrlmont In lUIIKI SMII S IJllllo 11 Ijlb
9 rf&f sUfu,,K ucli a society. Even If It tradespeople, not only In one branch "v j
flft iWralffim cannot be kept up vory long, It would Imtln'mnny. Jos. Tixkbh. .
ir IWWIJ be advisable to give It n clinnee to Honolulu, March i!0, 1885. pi 017 5i MMM fi.VRl 0 8
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Owing to the eonrrlty of water, the
hours for Irrigation will li limited to
4 hours per day, from 0 to 8 a. in., and
from 4 to 0 p. m., until fttrthfrv notice.
OltAS. U. WILSON,
Stipt Water Works.
Approved t OHAH.T. Gomck,
Minister of. liilcrlon
.Tanuary 80, 1885. 33 tf
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Fledged to neither Sect nor Party.. '
Bat,ostabll3hod,jbr tho benefit of, all.
"FRIDAY, MARCH. 2CTl885. '
""this evenincs doings, , . '
Skating, 7. .
i1 Roller Coaster 4 7. u
' Emerson'.s Minstrels, at Music j
i .Jimp. Order of Red Men, nlW)0.
.'M'orningStal Lodgc,,K of ,J, 7:.P
'..' TO-MORROW'S DOINGS. ,
,. .. MOnNING.
Regular. Cash ijale', at Sals.Room1
.oliiyyonsec iicvey ai iu o ciock.
1 INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY.
". If''(indiyiduals would only-recog-'
jiize and, act upon their responsibi-
ility.to.the community, there would
J.be leas railing heard at tho inertia iOfj
'thV mass, and there would be less
.'dearth of means Of 'physical and
mental iniprpvement. That proposU'
tion'ina3' be has.tily put down is a
'bald truism, but as it applies to
Honolulu it is more than that. Tho
,rfa'ct seems to be here that most
.members of the community have
-fallen into a despondent habit re;
"specting ovciy proposal for the comr
mou good yhich requires common
,, action. "I believe it would be a
good tiling, but it, can never besus
ntaiucd hero," is the disheartening
"response most' people will give to an
"', appeal for their co-operation in aavy
', mqvement designed" for mutual bfjne
j fit, which, requires sustained interest
'and perseverance to make a success.
Because a project has -failed. ;oncc or
', often in past 'times is, not taufTicient
reaspn.why, it should meet,, with ccr-
. tain failure if tried naw.i Previous
" failures may only servo to give (a
'clue to the causes why success was
j, not '.achieved and. ,sq be a helpful
guide to fresh efforts.. Try. againf '
"isja good motto for., communities as
' TrclFas for Individuals, and for'tho
" laiter'in their 'relation to tlio former.
Hi ! I ! .1 T y
..Therefore,, we would suggest, that;
from henceforth, when, any member
'Of ''tin's community;ig:8olioited to join
0,liu' a'( laudable' social enterprise1,' he
''.'.'sUould'talte'.hold and' .u'elp if lie can
n ,rto jo, and if he cannot j thcu do
.nothing to dampe
dauipen it. ,, iTimes pf,,
"business stagnation should be'favora
ble' for a1 revival of intellectual1 ac-
ulfflfox lenpeppimvle not cnopgh
.bus,ine6s to fuljy.occitpy tlicir minds,
-ii' theror would boi great advantagojin
Ki' turning; 'theiilithbughts to'other'mit
? ''era of1 personal, 'aud 'social bohent.
k; If ith.erp js ;iqt ,lp bo .comparn
li'Jtivcj Jntelleotual stagnation In
n "this o community, ' Jiits .members
'""'must meet upon' common ground at
yjjjterchangoof, ideas upon practical
n i questions of both universal and local
a-'1 bearing.- Thero are probably few
'' cjtlzcus'dfllonblulu wljo dp .'not ne
fli'eve that a debating socidty v'otild
be a very useful institution. It is
th6jrAuty of everyone who docs not
dissent from Hint bcllt'f to assist III
starting such a society. Even If It
cannot be kept up very long, It would
be advisable to give it n chance to
demonstrate Its usefulness. Kvcn n
lirlef "period of usefulness would lie
better than none, and perhaps each
succeeding effort would hnve more
lasting effect than the previous one.
Let us have It.
In referring to tho nomination of
a new Cabinet by a correspondent
yesterday, wo said it would be out
of place to comment upon the names
preferred. What we meant to have
stated, but inadvertently omitted,
was that it would be out of place to
discuss the nominations until the
nominees had signified their willing
ness to stand. Wc arc glad, how
ever, that' the "ice has been broken,
that a note of practical politics has
been sounded. It is unworthy of
the patriotic people of the Kingdom
that matters should be allowed to
drift fatuitonsly as they are doing.
What is the sense of murmuring and
disaffection at the administration of
affairs, if not a finger is to be lifted
to bring abdut a change until the
eve of the elections? The people
cannot be expected to give .an in
telligent verdict unless theyk have
ample opportunity to discuss rival
men aud measures. Complaint has
been made that the young men do !
not take an intcrestjn politics. The
letter published yesterday shows,,
that the'indiffer'eneo complaineS of
i f t; . .,.,''.' ST i?
IS not universal. Many young-men,
ami uiucr ones iuu, uu uu nut nu(
take stock in politics would, doubt-
1acc An or. if flirt llnnV wAWn 'ttTftl.
IWi) VIU OU A LUV X.1&V.9 1fl.ll. v.. ......
upon explicit principles. As it is,
.they show, good.sense in avoiding to
implicated in' 'what is 'only a
species of bushwhacking political
warfare. Let those who "are pre
pared to give the country a better
policy than the present Ministry is
acting upon, come. out into the open
and define their principles and name
their standard bearers. A stand-up
fight upon square issues would, have
lasting benefits to the country what-.
ever the immediate result might be.
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EDITORIAL NOTES: - J
A correspondent calls in question
a statement made in one ofoyester-,
dav's news items, that a number of
: hogs' in'Kalihi Valley'had 'died' 'from-
eating glandered horses. Our infor
mant is a credible one who lives in.
the locality named, and we have no
doubt he will bo prepared to give
his grounds for the' statements At
."all events, a similar statement was
imade 'some time ago by another
paper, and it is incumbent upon the
authorities to investigate the matter.
Out of eighteen of the chief citi
zens interviewed by a representative
of the Advertisers thirteen were de
cidedly opposed to the issuance of
liquor licenses for the out districts.
Of tho five who approved of licenses
two are directly interested in the
liquor trade. Most of the raajority
yycre in favor of the principle of
local option; some with 'the1 reserva
tion that it would be useless if (it
i included the vote of the masses. It
is useless, however, to talk of local
option now, when the last Legisla
ture, .decided against it, The Minis
ter of the Interior has the option of
deciding whether tho wishes, of prp-
. nerty-owners iu the districts affected
arc to be regarded in the mattor.
1 ' H0RSE-EATINC H0CS.
Editok Bulletin,: Allow ,mc' a
small space in "your valuable paper,
in reference to an item published in
f jycstefjlay's issue, about .a.Clipaman
. 'jqsng soinu ;u3, jngs jij i jvaupi v ui-
lcy through eating glandered horses.
Nriwt th'tliin'strikBs:ine1vcrv for'ci-
Y , 0 - - - -
pf,. rjlyitho informant "dOjes ,pot iknbw
much about pigs and knows less
anout gianuercq norscs. ir ne can
prove aim maKo the puulie neneve
piat piga.'willfattack a dead horse;
unless the flesh be cut fof them to
.taste the blood, then wc might take
wiu lumg lor giunicu, x uiu nut
spcalcirlg of tho wild boars of ithc
prairie. Secondly, ho must prbve
that tho pigs will die through eating
ttho flesh of. glandered horses, .aslthc
article referred 'to stands contradic
tion, and it is an open question with
people. of common sense and reason
Whether, they will die fropi such a
cause.. L for- one practically say.
they will not. I think your infor
mant ought to have a little more
. . .EMERSON'S MINSTRELS. . .
A large nndience was present at
AT uslo Hnli last evening to witness
the fifth entertainment by the above
troupe, and everyone went away
fully satisfied. Messrs. Rcinhart
and llcrgcr opened th6 )rogranimb
by playing a selection from William
Tell, after which Al Holland sang
most tastily tho, ,song,j ".Bluceycd
lless." lie. ban ;n most pleasing
baritone voice, and knows how to
use it. Those fine song and dance
artists, Walsh aud, King, gave an
amusing ditty, " Swim out to Glory,"
which was redemauded. Harry Cogill
was loudly encored for his selection,
'Little 'Wife Nellie," and, MP-i.
came. his brother Charley, tho funny
man, who sang a comic song. Of
i course ne was encorcut ana gave
"The.Hungry Man Jrom Friico,'
introducing some very clever Ha
waiian hits. T?hc first part concluded
with the .great Emerson', in .his
Pixley followed'withitheir. specialties,'
af tor which the ( two favorites, .tlic
Cogill Bros., appeared and kept the
house Vin one 'continual roar, of
laughter,, , The- best things jof, the,,
evening, musically, was the next
"number, "The Anchor's Weighed?''"
sung most exquisitely by Ben Clark,
jwhqthasa fine tenor .voice, atyl sings'
j,with! almost perfect? expression. (lliis
with a song, " Good Bye." "Walsh'
and King appeared in the amusing
sketch!'" Old Kentucky Home,"
taking live different characters bc-j
tween them. , Billy Emerson as
Mofiafii? 'itiict weir-knowriaNew
York, policeman, was simply im
mense. It was given as only he can
give it, and the audience fairly went
wild and insisted on an encore. On
re-appearing he. gave selections from
German opera and the O'Reilly reci
tation. The evening's entertainment
concluded with a laughable piece,
"Outwitted.'. 'The troupej are to
,be congratulated on the excellent
ler, in (which they, rendered the
ramme. It was delightful from
beginning to end
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
itt linnS will Tilivv T
'The Band willJT)lavAntf 'Eriiina
Square to-morrow afternoon at 4:30.
The following is the programme :-j-
Ovorturc Bellsarlo Donizetti
March Charlemagne. . .'Oberthur
Finale Lucia Donizetti
Selection Beggar Student.... Millocker
Cavatina All hi Mask Pedrbtti
Darise Stjrian Kcler Bcla
2.85-100 inches of rain felL here
outh'e 10th irist, , and' we had 'a' rain
fall, of almost' J a'n'inch yesterday,
so that wc have' nothing to grumble
at as far as the weather goes., The
Naalehu plantation is badly, off for
water. They have no water in the
mountain springs for fluming work
and running the millj' and I hear
thej' -have1 shut1' down1 in conse
quence. It is. .rumored that a new
spring of. considerable magnitude
has been discovered. at Hilea.
Pahala, Mar,rl8. 4
An Englishman upon, hearing the
cackling, in apoultry.yard, exclaim:,
ed: "''OhTtbis' isJ really' nehchaut
ingl" ' I
- SITUATION WANTED
TY A JAPANESE COOK who canl
XJ spoak English. Apply to , '
r O. KINTARO, Japanese,
0141,1 t.. sNeiScliool Street.
, A. GOOD COMPETENT MAN,wants
JA. posHlori'to driToliors'es'"for:a prK
."Apply to. . JE.IflSEMAN. "
' " WANTED lu ; ,
To purchase a good
vice. "Address 'H.L."V'
j'JTa'lw 4 i. 'l'lUB OFFICE.
WANTED. " .
A GOOD reliable' partner, with a lit.
tlo cash, for a good paying cash
business in this "City, ceatrallynlocated.
The business is open to a thorough
examination, to parties desirous to: in
vest1 Address "BiT).'' W
008 lw , .BULLETIN OFFICE.
THE UNDEBSIGNED. having henrd
tjieir brother, Y ALAU, iutunds
marrying la this, country,'de'sifo" to In
form all concerned that Jio,, Is. engaged
to a woman in China. ' AlfWA,
Honolulu, March 10th, 1885. 978 9m
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GRAND FAREWELL PERFORMANCES I
Fun for the People !
Beservc'd tseaW at Wlscinan's.
. Nplcnditl VroErninme for
LADIES & CHILDREN
Children under 10...
Over 10 and Adults.
Beats Secured at Wiseman's or Box
School Children Welcome,
i Ladlcs'and Families Come
' ' el
Aud Enjoy 'Yourselves !
070 3t '
March 20 Doughnut Party;
" - 24 Grand' Beir.Bon ;""""
" 37r-Prize4 SJcntinjj f or J.ail ies ;
i 31 Two Mile Race for prize.
A i J- 078"td:lli.'- ,a' .
The Latest. Yet 1
Nothing Like this in the' Market
.Call . apd. .Examjne' for
. MARIPOSA f
On her last trip, brought;, to these
Islands the best Selected .Stock- of
Ladies', Children's'1 and Men's Wear
in the , i
Line ever brought to
Mr. P. Mclnerny
a store; next to Lypan & Co.-'sEprt
Street, where the above stock can
, be seen.
This large stock has been selected
.with great care and bought
'i.? -urt ij., i ii i, ft
1 ' r '
And will be sold at. living raes.
" Every thing! that belpjigsj to ja first-
class . Boot.arid'Shoc'store-can be
j f pund hero;
Lycan ol go. i
G S N !
"Key "'Brand (Jin,
For Sale in quantities to nult.
Treeth &' Peacock,
123 NUUANU STREET, ,
TTOUSE on'Kiaj; Street, posaesslou
given" April ist,1885; iForiterms
to .'JOHN F. COLBURN.'
A Select Stoei
TEMPLE of FASHION
NO. 63 FORT STREET.
Comencim Friday, March 61, 1885'.
In, .order to make room for our unsurpassed stoek which
is being bought regardless of expense or trouble at the
present time in Eastern Markets by S. COHN&-CO.
Prices Retail in
Has Removed to
1 1-J.." in
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Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having been received by me-, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same, quality of Goods can bo purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, and
satisfaction Ruhrnntecd. My stoek consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
,, ' ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE, -g'
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, .Saddle Cloths, School Sags, &c, ' '
Bits, Spurs and Stirt ups, &o., in Nickel and Silver Plate
The reputation of my HOME-MADE HAKNESS for superiority of workmanship
'and material remains unchallenged during my six years' residence here".-
Thankful for the generous patronage of the past, its continuance aud increase in
the future isircspcctlully solicited at the old stand.
880 3m i.i s ,i .,fc, Corner of Fort and King streets, Honolulu 3EI. I
.'", JOSEPH K WISEMAN,
The 'Only Becognized General Business .Agent on the Hawaiian .Islands.
'Offices in CamphelTs' Pire'pfoof ; Buildine, 27 Merchant, St., Honolulu,' H. I
F. O.Bos! 315 i (: :' ' ' Telophoiio 173.
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys and (sells Real Estate in all parts ofj tlie King
dom. Rents Offices, Houses, Cottages and Booms.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR WILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMERBVour
fs.ista.niul.tbq Traveling .Publicwill apply to'mo for Tickets and inform'htlon to
the VoloanO. ' i
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., OF NEW
. YORK The, Largest, Grandest aud Soundest Inslltutiori of its kind in the
World. , '"
aGENTFOR THE'GREAT BURL'INGTON.RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
'TlifB'TYniitf. nvnnlit nil riHinr rnnfpa frnlurr "RnBt- tlm er.nnrv liAlnr. tlm i.ni..lak(
M ....... ..... w ..wv.h .... w...u. .wH(VH j,KtMb ...N. "'".SVr. Vj. ' 6M . j...WVWa,
fliA'TriWnlQ flin nlintppct. fltirl llin.l'nlnpft nurt Dlntnn. Onto ,l.n linnflonmno. nv..! ..... f
comfortable. . . . i , t
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for.all seeking work In the varl
;ous Jjrapches o.judustry.pn the Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOJt THE CITY OF LONDON a'IREJNSUllANOE CO.
The best knowu'Company in'the Islands.,
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKER Enters Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
Freight and Duty Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money at all times onflrst-classBCcuritly.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT-Legal Papors of every description drawn. Bills
Distributed and Collected. Books and Accounts Jjept and .adjusted, Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Taxes and Insurance ou Property looked after.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Articles, Corres
pondence and Commercial Business of every nature promptly and accurately
: attended t. . , , j
!'AGBN,T:fOI$. Tins' NEW JlUSIOHALL AT IIONOLULU-Companios, abroad
' 'will correspond with me for terms, etc. Orders for Island Shells, Curios, Lava
Specimens, Nativu Views and Photos carefully filled aud fonVardcd to.all parts
of tho World. ' i
U2T'Information appertaining to the Islands glv.cn and all pprrespondence faith,
fully answered. ! ('8j . VTi
v . JOSEPH E. WINE WAN,
873 ' ' " Ooneral Business Agenl, Honolulu) Hawallun lilandi,
103 Fort Street
The Cbrner Harness Stdre
Still to the Front !
'AT . ' ': kr-"4'fe'.'W1, v"-. Mf lA -."' : i.