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THE DAILX BULLETIN SUMMARY: H.ON.OLULU, H, L, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1886.
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THE MERRY MAKERS.
This smnll but veraatllu troupe mut
ti fnlr-sizetl audience in thu Hawaiian
Opera House last oveniug. Revers
ing the usual onlcr, a screaming
farce opened the bill "The Fellow
Hint Looks Like Ale" which put
the audieneo in good humor. Mr.
Wash. Norton then came along in
burnt-cork, giving performances in
succession on the banjo, tambourine,
Japanese llddle and bones, all the
while keeping up a running lire of
wit and song. He showed himself
a master of the banjo, bringing
truly delightful melodies therefrom ;
with the bones ho gave marvellous
imitations of the snare drum and
horse-racing, and he compelled
really agreeable strains from the
single string of the Japanese fiddle
putting a very miith-provoking
face, literally, on his performances
bv workiii" his mobile features into
comical expressions. Jlr. II. Nor
man sang, "The Wolf," exhibiting
u rich and well-trained baritone so
as to induce a loud recall. Mis.
Norton performed a remarkable box
trick. A heavy trunk was, by re
quest of Mr. Norton, inspected by
experts from the audience Messrs.
C. K. Williams and Wicke, jr. who
could find no false hinges, joints or
parts. It was then locked, tied with
four or live rounds of a rope, end
wise and crosswise, a canvas cover
being placed over all, buckled at
close intervals. This operation took
four minutes, and the trunk, being
placed in a curtained cabinet, with
Airs. Norton was concealed from
view until a knocking was heard at
the expiration of about two minutes.
Then the trunk was carried out,
fastened as when last seen, but when
opened Mrs. Norton emeiged from
within it, clad in a diffei cut costume
from that worn when she retired.
Mr. Ilcnesy Leroyle gave a song
and Irish jig in character, evincing
a natural and hence agreeable
brogue and a biOth of a dainty step.
Mr. Wash. Norton now appealed in
one of his best specialties, entitled
'Proteus." Coming forward in
evening dress, without taking any
baggage along, ho changed costume,
even to hose, with bewildering sud
denness, in full sight of the audi
ence, assuming in succession the
characters of a French military
ollkcr, a gentleman of the olden
time in knee breeches, a washer
woman, a downcast old maid, and a
lady of the period, with each change
giving verbal sketch and song in
keeping with the character. This
part of the entertainment alone
more than half discounts the admis
sion fee. Mr. Norman sang "The
Desert" with equal acceptance to
his first effort, and the performance
concluded with a lino exhibition of
sleeping in midair, by Mrs. Norton,
who at the same time appeared in
pretty tableaux representing Ire
land, Scotland, Hawaii, Columbia
and Britannia, Mr. Edward Bridge
assisting with the lime light. Messrs.
West, Dow, & Co. supplied hand
some furniture and a piano for the
occasion. The audience seemed to
be highly pleased with the whole
performance, and good houses may
bo expected for the succeeding ap
pearances of the happily termed
Mcrry-Makcrs. Feb. l'Jlh.
The election for Kan took place nt
Ilonunpo in the plantation store
house on tho 3nl inst., tho Revtl. J.
Kauhano (Opposition) being lettirned
by tho largo majority of ono liundied
and seventy-six (17(i). About a hun
dred more ballots were east than in
the election of 1881, Kaiihanc taking
ninety-tbreo of thcni. (Jieat piexsuro
was put upon tho native electors of
Naalehu, Ilonunpo and llileu by the
plantation managers, etc., of thoc
places, to vote tho Government ticket
and an unlimited supply of gin was
to bo obtained at tho hout-o of the
Government candidate. Money, too,
it is said, was also iibcd on thos-o who
would sell their votes, but nil this and
threats to cut oil' tho water supply
and drive tho natives' linnets off the
land were of no use, the Opposition
showing strong throughout tho day,
that part of Kau lying between Puna
luu and Ainapo alone supplying ono
hundred votes Milid for tho Opposi
tion. Mr. Julian Monsiirrat did good ser
vice hero by his canvassing previous
to the election. It wa's lopoited thu
Government paity intended to cairy
tho day, if not by fair' and legal
means, by fraud and folec, but tho
party in favor of good law and order
was toostiong on tho giound for any
wrong doing of this kind to succeed.
In this connection 1 may say that tho
piesenco of Mr. Foster, tho niaiuiger
of Pahala plantation, who was on
hand from an early hour in tho morn
ing until Into in the afternoon, did
inueli in tho eaiiM) of peace and fair
play, and in soothing tho aidor and
rabidness of those Government men
who could see no wrong in stealing
ballots and putting their own in place
of them. Mr. Thonip.-on, tho Gov
ernment candidato, was a constant
attendant near tho ballot box dining
tho day. This, 1 think, is not acconl
ing to law.
Tho Government putty have hcoied
a victory in Puna and dieted their
mail, but fioni leport that icached
hero it wub done by fraud, 112 names
being struck oil' tho list of voters, all
these being Opposition nion. The
T.uoceshful candidato got in by a
majority of twenty-eight (28), so that
jf tlieso thirty-two had not been wiped
out, KauwiU (Opposition) would liavc
gained the neat.
LiibI year's eiop of the Pallida
plantation was a,91G tons. This is a
splendid t-howlng and not to bo beat
or equalled by any mill on the
Mnndm. If this is not so, let us bear
from the next mill that has done iih
We had a slight shower of rain Inst
night, but not enough to do much
good, and tho country looks very
parched and dry. The Pallida Mill
is the only one in the district that
can manage to make sugar in such
dry weather. At Hilea I hear they
are discharging all laborers not
under contract, the dry weather pie
venting grinding and the Held work
not being enough to keep all bands
We people of Kau who take an
opposite view of tho necessities of
the country to that held by the (lov-
erninent feel pioud that we have
succeeded in electing mirh a man as
(be Itevd. Kaiihanc to represent us,
and by puch a splendid mnjoiity. Ho
is a man who will wmk in the legisla
line for the good of his country, and
not for what a sycophant Government
will piomise to give for his vote, as
too many Hawaiian legislators have
done in the past.
Pallida, Kau, Feb. 10th, 188G.
At Honolulu, .Inn. 2Sth, by tho Right
Ucvciend the BUhop of Olba, .funics
Nott, Jr., to Margaret Ellen O'Xclll,
youngest daughter of the Into J. O'Xclll.
In this city, on the 10th hi I., at St.
AnthewV Pro-Cntheilral, by the Bight
Rev. tho IINhop of llniiohihuMr.. James
I!. Holt to MNs Helen K. Sill man, both
of this city.
At the hou-e of Mr. mid Mrs. .Tunics
I.vle. parents of the bride. Honolulu.
Pel), loth, 188(i, by the Rev. K. O. Oggel,
pastor of the Bethel Union Chinch, Mr.
Alfred I.ovcll, iinitcr inailner, to Mls
Ida B. I.yle.
In Honolulu, II. I., February 18, 188(5,
at the reIdonco of tho bride 8 mother,
bv the Rev. K. C. Ogjjcl, pastor of the
It'ethel Union Church, Mr. John Ciwddy
and Mi" ElUa Emily Ennne, both of
At the Queen's Hospital, February
11th, Thomas Mngner, a native of Xcw
Yoi k, aged US years. Xcw York and
Sail FraueUco pupcis, please copy.
Of consumption, at Ximami street,
Kith Int., Maggie Feulc, aged 34
years, l month and 20 days, anathc
of Londonderry. Ireland, wife of Frank
Marcos. Snn FraucUeo, Philadelphia
and SpntiMi papers please copy.
For San Francisco, per Mariposa,
February 14 Cabin: J It Baxter, Cliu
11 Watt and wife, MI-s V Murkhnm, J H
Holt, Jr, and wife, II MiillcMn. J M
Moi)sanat. S A Monanat, Geo Hollo
iiy, II Welluiau. J M Oat, Jr, and
wife, C Hoi swill, C Mayo, C Gertz, J T
Vateihoue and wife, Mrs W A Miiitou,
J Mnirnhi, J lice, J V MeCarlhy, S
Ehrllch, HHoovn. A I.oweuberg, W Y
Pennyeook, S Colin, wife and child, J E
Mint, Geo Castle, C G Alexander. Sam
Fox, wife and daughter, E It Miles,
wife and 2 children, Mr Dick Peddle, M
W McChesncy, T W McChe.sney. J O
Fay, T 11 Foster; Steerage: J Gon
salves. wife and 2 eliildien. H O Phll
pott, J E Wilglit, 1) A Hamilton, H
Voehodt, wife and 2 chlldicu, J Norton,
C Ilclgiug, J Flunk, U Aslng, J Burke,
J A Co-.ni, M X Jiluiit, J W McDonald.
J Dunsfoid, T Pcdlnr, R Tin ton and 4
For San Francisco, per Mary Dodge,
Febiunryl" Mr J Smith and II Hass.
AN 8-roomed Cottage at Punahou, on
cast corner of Hole and Alexander
Streets. The house Is nearly now, and
rooms of good size. An acre of land is
available for pasture, with advantages
for water both running and nrtcslan.
Rent $30 per month, exclusive ot w ater
rates. Apply to
G5 1w C.J. LYONS.
Estate ol" Edwin Oakley.
HI). M.'s Commissioner and Consul
General leipiests that all persons
having claims against thu Estate of
EDWIN OAKLBV, a British subject,
late of Honolulu, deceased Intestate,
will picsent the same without delay to
Mn 1HEO. II. DAVIRS, British Vice
Consul, anil also that all poisons indebt
ed to said hstate will mako immediate
payment of the same to the Viee-Consiil
aforesaid at the British VIce.Consiilate,
Honolulu, II. I.
Honolulu, Feb. 10 ,1880. CO -It
rpiIE Residence lately occupied by
1 Mr. J. T. WaicrhouBC, Jr., In Null
niiii Avenue. Would be a very dcslru.
bio House for a family. Also, 2 Cot
tages on School Street. For full parti,
etilars apply at J. T. WATERllOUSE'H
Queen Street Store. 51 2w
.A. IToav CiisltN ot"
Franklin Stove Coal,
just received, ex bark Lovspring.
Departure Bay and
For sale in qunntltles to suit.
N. B. When ordering coal ask if you
gel'B.OCO or 2,2-10 lbs. trr Ton. Wo sell
fougTons. (04 1m) WILDER & CO.
APUiST-CbASti ickoi hacklliiiKO.
- Applj lo 0. W. MA( IUHLA.Ni;,
ICiiimniiitt Street, hi 2w
lino Building Lot on Here-
Inn In Street. Anply lo
27 Mei chant Street.
THOSE (Icsiiable premise, No. 31
licrelnnla Street. House contains
pirlor, 3 liediooms dining room,
kitchen, bnlh and More rooms; also, u
detached Collage containing 3 rooms.
Inquire nt No. W Bctetanla bt. 53 tf
A COTTAGE of C Booms. Five
minutes' wnlk from the Post
Olllcc. Apply to
42 Merchant Street.
INFORMATION of ihc whereabout
of William Wesids and Schcflel
and Paul Jcmniinzc. Address
J. E. WlaEMAX,
02 General Uiislnesa Agent.
AXEW mid Elegiuit lidv's Hiding
Habit, complete, uin'l; In London
by a llrst-class maker, and of the best
material. Is handsomely llnidicd. For
particulars apply to MRS. N'ICOLL, nt
Mrs. Luck's store, 03 Fort St. 53 tf
FHOM and after this date 37J eonts
per ton will bu charged on enrtago
of Sugar, In the 25 cents limit, where"
drays are unieas-oiiably detained.
HUSTAOE & ROBERTSON,
II. F. HEBKARI),
February IB, 1S30. C21w
Aiuuitil Mooting Notice.
THE Annual Meeting of tho Share
holders of the Hawaiian Cnrringe
Miinufucturlng Company. Limited, will
tnko place oa Til IJ USD AY morning.
February 25th, nt 10 o'clock, In their
oluce, No. 70 Queen Street.
C J td THOd. S. DOUGLAS, Scc'y.
ITuxliioiini)le Olonlr nul
Corner of Alnkca & King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
J 37 3m
IN tlm mutter of tho Estate of WM.
FOGO, deceased. Notice is hereby
given to all persons indebted to the
Estate of William Fogo, dcccntcd, n
subject of the King of Portugnl, to
make immediate payment theieof to
Mr. W. C. Parke, nt his ol'lee, in Hono
lulu, over the Hank of Mcsis. Bishop &
Co. All pcrons having claims against
the said estate me hereto notitied to
present the same duly verified to the
said W. C. Purke within sixty days
from the date hereof
(Sig.) A uu SOUZA CAXAVAHIlO,
Coiibid of Portugal.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 188G. C3 3v
Queen St., next Bulletin Office.
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Harness,
Horses bin' (led by the
day, wi ek, or month,
Clipped. I3T Telephone J8i.
STOVE OO-AJLi !
Housekcepcia take notice I
rXMo Best JCot
Ever brought to this Market. For sale
In quantities to fuit by
CASTLE & COOKE.
S. M. CARTER,
Wood unri Coal 3IerIiniit,
No. 82 King Street. Telephone
Number, In both Companies, 187.
Wood und Coal Orders aro hereby
solicited, and will ho delivered at any
locality within the city limits.
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split,
always on hand, mid i old in
234 qunnlltics to suit. tf
Election of OlliceiH.
AT the Animal Meeting of the Iln
wullnn Agrlcultuial Company
held on the 21st Jiuiunry, tho following
oHlcers were elected to serve for tho cur.
Hon. Cuab R. Bisiior- Piesldent
Mu. Sam'i, O. Au.i.N Vice-President
Mn. P. O. Jonks Treasurer
Mn. JosKi'ii (). Caiitlh Secretary
Mn. Tom May Auditor
Directors Hon. C. I.. Bishop, Mr.S.
O. Allen and Mr. 1. C. Jones
J. O. CARTER,
Sec'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 18811. U2 lm
A first-class Baker's and Family Flour.
FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
Hnw'n Carriage Mnnf'g Co., 00
E. O. Hall & 3on, 75
Inter.Ifland S. N. Co., 106
Boll Telephone, 33
Haw'u Agricultural Co., 9(5
C. Brewer & Co., 100
Wooilhiwn Dairy, 90
Wniluku Sugar Co., 90
Star Mill, 425
Reciprocity Sugar Co., bO
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei.
33 Mcrchnnt Street. 151 ly
ALL persons wishing to order from
tho Coast through .!. M. OAT,
JR., & CO., cm leave orders at our
Store to bo forwarded bv the S S. "City
of Peking" and S.S. '"Australia, and
they will have MR. OATS personal at.
ti ntion, us he will be In Snn Frnncibco
until the return ol the "Mnripovi."
1 WINDMILL, 10ft. diameter, com.
J. plete, with Composition Pump and
Frame-work, Mft. high. 1 l.OOO.gallon
Wooden Tank (nearly new) and Frame
for biime, Tit. lngli, all In good order.
Also, 300 feet, more or lo3, of JtJ Oal.
vanlzcd Pipe, second hand. Apply to
Bulletin OUlce. 3d 2w
JUST RECEIVED !
A Large and well selected Stock of
comprised In part ns follows:
Cutedel, White Wine,
Tokay, Sweet Muscat,
etc., in Cnsks and Cases.
Having been appointed solo ngents
by Messrs. S. Lnchman & Co. for their
justly celebrated brand?, wo aro enabled
to oiler tho above goods to our frlenih
nml the public generally at unusually
Freeth & Peacock,
In accordance with a powei of salo
contained in a certain mortgage miule
by Hop Wo Company to B. F. Dilling
ham, dated August 25, 1835, and record,
ed In Liber 1)7, p. 105, 1110. Notice Is
hereby given that said mortgagee in
tends to foreclose t-aid mortgage for
condition broken, and upon said fore
closure will sell at public auction tit thu
Astor Houso Rislauraiit, Hotel Street,
"Wcdnosday, February 24th,
at 10 a.m., the following articles:
!) trays, 80 dliiner plates, 80 spup plates,
2 large platters, 100 smnll platters, 20
saucers, 1 cooking riinue and utensils
thereto belonging, cook house tables, 1
ice chest, witter piping nud sinks, 22
tabled, 2!) clmire, 11 pictures, 1 counter,
1 desk, 1 basket, 1 mirror, 1 linen con
tainer, 1 lion safe, 2 water coolers, 17
cruets, Hi lamps, 00 knives nnd forks, 1
clock, 100 tabic spoons, 100 tea spoons,
14 pitchers, 11 butter b- Id, 20 hiigur
bowls, 21) water glasses and all other
goodn, wares and property of every kind
uscil In connection with the sniif Astor
House Kcstuurant business.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
B. F. Dillingham, Mortgagee.
Honolulu, Feb. 0, lbSU. 47 14t
P.O 'ox 7
LEWIS 4 CO., GROCERS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
3tvple niicl Xjiney Groceries,
07 and CO Hotel Htrcct,
contlnunlly on (he wuy. A nice nsonnicnt of Ulscults just received.
Goods ikllvend to W alkiki Tuesdays and Fridays.
P. 0. nox
Reiil ?stnU' Agent,
E.a.loi ion t Agent,
Burlington tallioud A eut
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m , & m (&
SAN FRANCISCO, Jamnry l.'i, 1SP0.
Messrs. "W. 15. Vilsliiro & Co., Agents
M acNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 O.ilifornia SYeet, San Francisco, Cal.
Oust. lmi:n: In reply to jour li ipiiry eoiiceming tho opening of the Burglar,
pioo Che ' in Hit saTe n the office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court -now t-o
vre I knovn us THE M CAKTHY AFE I will Fay tint 1 took char o of the
olllci on W ednesdii', th (lib Inst. Fr some t'avs previi us uiiMicocsfurattempts
had been ridu by varioi i e.xpcrU to pick iho lock. On Thuisclay, further, simllnr
cfl'urta we o miitle, with the same remit, by .Mr Ensign and other noteu exnerts.
ALL OF WHOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
BE l'ICK '.D, anil that t ic safe miict bo opened by force.
on Fi -fiiiy I emplned the e.pei' of one tif your competitors, who did faithful
and l.nncM work for that purpose.
On Sn oi day niornln;: work was Vgun, and this niorniiij; (Wcdnediiy) FOUR
I)A" S Al TEH, the e.vpe t succeeded In drilling through the door aud ot iiting tht
J coil' ider It vni nn pMiaordiiiarily severe test, much beyond wltnt u burglar
conlt' pos- I ly employ .aider any clt imntaiices, and can n.Miie it has In plrid me
with the) h nest conlliliner in that cuiilyof jour Burglar.l'ronf Safec. nud that
YolR 1 CKS ARE I IOK-1'HOO.' AGAINST THE BEST EXPERT".
After w irking for some hours o-t the lock, one expert said he had found that
V w..i oni l tter' and ni'ither thai C was tmo. On e.viniinaiion, mitheiof these
Idles apj jitrcd In the ecnibliiatlon. Your.- trulv,
1ST 'i'hc ahovowas a No, 8 M.- NEA1 V. & URBAN Fire and Burglar Safe.
C. O. BERCER.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just op.) ied out n largo nnd carefully selected stock of
(rent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Ciuljm.M.ido C'othlng, m.d Hats and Cup?
Ii all lis LiM styles nil Futliru.
'articular attrition iscalb'd to
JOHIf I0W, i.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
Ilmiolulii, II. T.
Cii'inm Hotpn Broker,
M'lii'igcr Hnwiitiiri Ooeia H mxe,
Fliv autl Life imiunce Airent.
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jiff j. -..
tm. u.&. ., . .
li. srbJNUEH, Cleik of Suoremo Court.
General Agent for the Ha.vnllau Islands.
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an elegant line of Genfs Neckwear.
8 Kaaliiiai Street.
';i-'W ' &&liMt rrE5iK3 , R r
TIN, COPPER AND
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