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The llnnk of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Ohrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
The Bnnk of British Columbia, Vic
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Fledged to neither Beet nor Party.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. NOV. I). 188C.
THE EMPEROR OF JAPAN'S BIRTHDAY.
The Government :uil Consular
flags have liccn flying throughout
the tiny in commemoration of the
'Mth birthday anniversary ot His
Imperial Majesty, jUusto llito, Em
peror of Japan. The lloynl Ha
waiian Band played an excellent
programme this morning at the
Japanese Consulate-General, Nuti
anu Avenue, in celebration of the
event. Hawaiian Government olll
cials, foreign representatives, and
many private citizens have shown
their respect for (lie Emperor of
Japan and the Japanese nation and
people, by calling at the Consulate
General during the day, and proffer
ing their congiatulations. They
were received by Mr. Taro Ando,
Diplomatic Agent and Consul-Gcn-cral,
and staff .Aith the natural and
unaffected couitesy and entertained
with the genuine hospitality charac
teristic of the Japanese Consulate
General at Ilonolnhi.
Kcally, the Bur.i.in ix was not aware
that it had been "trifling" with its
readers by "advancing side issues
and puerile objections" relative to
the harbor question. The "side
issues, V so called by the Herald,
have been mild and brief corrections
of an.erring.conlcuiporary, intended
solely for his benefit. It appears,
however, that he is not in a condition
of feeling to profit by our humble
efforts to lead him in the right path ;
for he comes back to the subject
again this morning, and refers to our
statement of the United States
survey of Pearl Harbor as having
been advanced "with an air of
transcendental wisdom and an as
sumption of thoiough information"
which we did not possess. The
"transcendental wisdom" and "as
sumption of thorough information"
are passed as mere fanciful creations
of the Herald, but the request for
us "to publish the result of the
American naval investigation" merits
brief notice. We confess we are
unable to stale the precise result. If
we could, we would. Not for the
sake of conferring "a great favor on
the Hawaiian Government," for wc
cannot believe that that Government
is so uninformed in the matter as
our contemporary represents. But
we arc able to state as one of the
general results of the investigation,
that it was estimated that the deep
ening of the entrance to Pearl
Harbor, so as to admit large vessels,
would cost a comparatively large
sum of money large lor a small
country like Hawaii, but compara
tively small for a great country like
the United States amounting to
millions of dollars. This is no sec
ret information. Those who eon
ducted the survey spoke freely at
the time to residents here who inter
It has been calculated that there
is nb'out threo "runaways" of car
riage horbcs per week in Honolulu.
Generally there is not much damage
done, though in piobably every in
stance cither the horse, carriago or
harness is injured. There is, per
haps, three hundred carriages used
daily in Honolulu. Three of these
are found to be damaged pur week;
then for oneo in two years, say,
those who lido to and fiom busi
ness in their carriages' may expect
to have them injured. '
It is the shafts which generally
Buffer the most, then comes the
wheels, and lastly the body. The
harness is always giving way here
and there, and in two years is
practically renewed throughout.
The' cause of these runaways is
generally sheer carelessness on the
part of the drivers. It should be
borne in mind that the average car
riago horse that is harnessed in the
stablo, with 'blinders" on the
bridle, does not really know what it
is Hint he is hntiHlig, around. Ho
jogs nlong contentedly enough Villi
about so much of a load, !rnd as
long as he is not left to his own de
vices, behaves very well. liut
"some day" he is left standing in
front of a dry gooda store, fray
and gets restless. His fair mistress
is in the store immersed in laces,
frills nnd tiinunings.. Time is
nothing to her, while the horse gets
hungry, nervous from fly bites, in
dignant at the long delay, and
finally starts off, quietly it may be,
Then rushes out &01110 well-meaning
but altogether too blundering
poison who yells "Whoa!" and
frantically plunges at the horse's
heath Of course the anhnal bolts
and the result is a broken carriage,
a disrupted harness, perhaps an in
To repair all these is expensive.
The average cost of cacti runaway
cannot be less thou SoO, the aggre
gate amount paid yearly for repairs
attendant upon them amounting to
about $7,000. No close estimate
can be made of the money cost of
repairing damages to persons in-.
volved in runaways, but it is con
siderable, and much of the whole
expense might be saved by always
bearing in mind the caution, "Secure
your carriage horse, when you leave
him standini' alone."
EniTon Buu.ctix : An article in
yestcaday's issue of your paper in
which someone, assuming the name
of "Jimiuey Cricket," staled wrong
ly the origin of the phrase "hi bit,"
generally used by the boys, when
swimming about the stcaineis prior
to their departure. The phrase did
not originate from "he beat;" but
the word "hi" is only the con option
of the English word "heave." lleneo
the phrase "hi bit" signifies the
throwing of coins into the water for
swimmers to dive after. 1 desire
-to make this correction as 1 do
not wish the foreign community
to ho led astray, in the usage ol this
phrase, by pretending scholars of
Hawaiian. Hawaii Ponoi.
Honolulu, October (30, 1880.
LOU MORRIS, THE BILLIARDIST.
Alonzo II. Morris was horn
Boston, U. S., and first came to the
notice of the public as a first-class
billiardist "in 1870 in the prelimi
nary tournament for the champion
ship of the United States, in which
he carried off the first prize, defeat
ing Eugene Carter, the champion of
Ohio ; Thos. J. Gallagher, champion
of Missouri ; and Thos. Wallace,
champion of Maryland. This pre
liminary tournament was for the
purpose Of deciding who should
play in the main tournament, which
was limited to ten players. In the
main tournament Joseph Dion won
first prize, Jacob Schaeffer second,
and Morris and Geo. F. Slosson tied
for third. In the play off Slosson
won, although Morris defeated him
in the tournament game. This gave
Morris fourth prize. He finished
ahead of Wm. Sexton, Maurice
Daly, Pudolph Ileiscr, Wallace and
Carter. In the same year he won
the championship" of "the United
States at fifteen bail pool by defeat
ing the champion, Saml. F.' Knight.
As a man cannot hold his own at
billiards and pool at the same time,
Morris concluded to continue on as
a billiardist, and forfeited the em
blem to G. E. Wahlstrom, who was
the fust challenger. In 1883 he
played in the 8-inch balk line pre
liminary tournament in Chicago,
and again won first prize, defeating
Carter, Heiser, Wallace, Gallagher
and Maggioli, champion of Loui
siana, and .secured fifth place 111 the
main tourney, which was won by
Jacob Schaeffer, Vigneaux, cham
pion of Europe, 2nd; Daly, 3rd;
Sexton, -I tli ; Dion, Cth ; Wallace,
7th. Mori is was in bad health
throughout this tournament. He is
notorious in the States as an all
round billiardist that is he plays
all styles of billiards without having
a favorite game. He has been in
California for the past three years,
and has played several games there
with Benj. F. Saylor and J. F. B.
McCleery. Ho was handicapped in
all of them, but won theni all except
when ho attempted to discount
Saylor. lie played Harvey Mc
Kcmia, of Detioit, in San Francisco
last February 0,000 points straight
billiards, and defeated him, Mc
Kcniui only making 3,300. Morris
has played J. F. B. McCleery four
pin pool" mulches even up, and won
two nnd lost two. A match has
been arranged between them for
Thursday evening at the Commer
cial Billiard Boom. P. O. Adver
tiser. A NOBLE WARRIOR 300 YEARS AGO.
It was dining a battle before
Ztitphon that the episode occurred
which made the namo of Sir Philip
Sidney so remarkable in history. He
had signalized himself ono day by
prodigies of valor, for he was a war
like enthusiast of the highest order.
Two horses hail been killed under
him and ho was in tho act of mount
ing 'a third when an nrquebuse, shot
fiom tho trenches, broke one of his
thigh-bones. Ho was iinablo to
manage his horse, but tho faithful
animal boroliim out of tho field to
tho camp, a milo and a half distant.
Ho was in great agony and faint
from loss of blood, and when pas
sing the rest of the army ho called
for water. It was brought to him,
but as ho wns putting the bottle to
his mouth, ho saw a poor English
soldier borne past who was more
severely wounded than himself and
who gazed at the bottle longingly,
and with ltaggered eyes. "Thy
necessity is yU greater tuni mine,"
said the gentle and heroic Sidney ;
nor would he drink until the soldier
had been satisfied. Ho was then
borne to Arnhcim, where the princi
pal surgeons were stationed. Hopes
were entertained of his recovery for
some days, but as they were nimble
to extract the ball, and 11101 tification
ensued, he picpnred to meet death
with a resignation, piely and forti
tude that corresponded to his past
life, and he expired in tlio arms of
Ins brother-in-law, Col. John Braith
waitc, on the 17th day of October,
1580, in the thirty-second year of
his age. The United Provinces
wished to have the care ot his inter
ment, but this was declined by
Queen Elizabeth, by whose orders
his body was embarked for England
by Gen. McNaughton with the mili
tary honors of the time. It was re
ceived at the Tower of London in
the same manner; and, after lying
in slate for some days, was solemnly
interred in old St. Paul's. Extract
from "British Battles on Laud and
THE PANAMA CANAL.
According to Senor Santiago Tor
rico of the Peruvian Navy, who for
four and a half years previous to
last February was in charge of the
u6rciVici j en mandats de
pnicmeiit" of the Panama Canal
Company, the company is conduct
ed in much the same manner as was
the New York Board of Aldermen
in 188-1. "Boodle is what every
employee looks for and wha the gen
eiajly gets," so Senor Tcrrieo says,
"and putvonal gain is the ruling
motive of every man, no matter how
low his position, who is in the em
ploy of the eompairy at Panama."
Senor Toriico fuithcr says: "Un
less a dilfcient sol of men tnkc hold
of the works the Panama Canal will
never be completed. The manner
in which these gentlemen live is
simply princely. Gorgeously fur
nished houses, horses, carriages and
palace cars arc what are considered
to be" essentially necessary to the
company's chiefs in order that they
may carry on the woik to a success
ful close, and the company's money
pays the bill. One man, 'who dealt
in furniture, etc., made in two
years Sf)00,000 out of the job, and
that is a sample of Ihe corruption
existing in the lanks."
Do amateur mechanics make skil
ful workmen? A machinist in the
Mediuniad Engineer thinks they
do not. He says a failing common
to all amateurs or non-professional
woikers is loo great haste. It mat
ters not whether they are amateur
machinists, or carvers, or painters,
or amateurs in any handicraft, the
same weakness affects them all.
The amateur wishes to see how his
work will look when it is done, and
he slights the preliminary process
and hastens to the final one, with
the result of making a botch of the
business in hand. The work slipws
to the practical eye that it has been
done hastily (carelessly is a better
word), and it is inferior for that
reason. Tho amateur himself sees
it, and after a time, after the first
joy of completion is over, lie hates
the sight of his hurried job, and
very often destroys it out of hand.
The better way would have been to
stifle all impulses to get the work
finished before it was- fairly entered
upon, and go through the process
which all work must go through be
fore it can be properly completed.
If I were asked what were the
most necessary qualifications for a
successful amateur I would say
patience and perseverance. Barely
do amateurs make good workmen,
and it is most frequently for want of
The United States Postmaster
General has decided that all photo
graphs come under tho designation
of printed matter, and are therefore
to lie rated as third-class matter, in
stead of being in the fourth class
and rated as merchandise, as here
tofore. Under this ruling, photo
graphs can be sent through the mails
on the payment of one cent for two
ounces instead of one cent an ounce.
Germany has decided to supply
her whole army with repealing lilies
and all the Government manufacto
ries and aiRcnals arc to be run con
tinuously day and night on tho work
of converting the Mauser rifles.
There promises to bo a war of re
prisals on the part pf Spain, owing
to the proclamation of President
Cleveland placing 10 percent addi
tional duty on Cuban products im
ported under tho Spanish flag,
LAST NIGHT, from Fort Street, a
Blown l'ony, JU lmnds high, with
whito star on forehead. Any person re
tumble Hiid lmrwi to Wilson'a Black,
smith Shop, Foil Slreet, will Lie re.
warded. 74 it
AFMALL BLACK JIAltK, whito
forehead, hiundcd on right hind
leir. lias tdiortiopo around neck. En.
jiuiio at Bulletin Ollice. 74 it
ALAKEA& KING STREETS
nnd seo tho
nJ3j Cutaway Carriages
WfS Phartons, &c,
Holms for tnlo cheap, liefoio puiuhns-7-t
x n 12
rrMIB UNDERSIGNED ropcciriilly
JLlnfoims his pations nnd the pullic
penenilly Hint the business of the EM.
l'lHE SALOON will be lusuincd In Ihc
New and Commodious Building,
eicrti-d for thnt puiposi', Cor. Hotel
ami Nimntiu Streets, on
Saturftay EveainE, Nov. 6th
Upon which cceislon n KINK LUNCH
will bu borved to all who wish to par.
In this establishment will always be
found the Choicest Brands of
ALES, WINES & LIQUORS
thnt cui bepiocured In tho American
nnd European markets.
The public aro cordially Invited to call
aud judge fortlieinelve.
78 41 I'ropiietor.
BY IIU3UAND AND WIFE, (). NO
1 child ron, cnipluymcnl in a piivuie
family, ihe formei ior get er.il gai-dun
work and cure of hoises; ami the hit ter
for general homo woik, wnshinir and
Hwinjj a spicinlty. One 01 both are
willing to mulct: theni'-ehes irenerully
useful. Addiess J. M VIVAS
74 2v Khhmimijii St.
T HEREBY C51Vr. NOTICE THAT
JL from and aftei this dale, 1 will not
be"reponsiblc for any dolus contracted
by my husband without a wilticn nului
fiom me. JIKS BANY GUAHAaU.
Leleo, Nov. !!, 1880. . ' 74 2w
T7 ISI1E8 to inform the Indies of
TT Honolulu that she intend to go
out as Ladies' Nuise. Is thtnouirlily
competent. Enquire nt No. 1U1 King
Street. i 1 w
A COTTAGE, within easy distance
Post Ollice Say, six 1001:
jMinusnca or uniurnislicd.
00 W. C. PEACOCK.
Steam Boiler's, Furnaces and Ranges
Set. Biiok and Stonework done on
Alnpni St., Second door from Beret iinin
Oidets from the oilier Islands punc
tually intended to I2)y
KEEP YOUK HOKSES HEALTHY
nnd avoid excessive sweating by
having ihem clipped with the Patent
Lightning Hoise Clipping Machine,
lloisis ciillid f.ir and relurm'd free of
( haree. Iting up Telephone No. 32
Or apply 10 MILLS & IIAYLEY,
00 1m Hawaiian Holel Stables.
JOHN II. SOPEH requests thai nil.
oiders for the CIiriNtnmsH ti;.
torinl piipers be sent in before the
depnrture of the next mail for the Coast
to avoid disappointment. 7.
rpo THE CBEI'ITOBS OF L
Tho undersiirned Asmi'iico of L. Kl.
tcfiii, has presented bis report to the
Hon. E. PreHon, Assooiaie .lusiicu of
the Supreme ourt, and the said. lust ice
lias appointed THURSDAY, the 4tli day
of November, 188'i, at 10 a. in., lo hear
said report and heating for u final dis
charge. All peibons inteiested may
then and there appear and contest tJio
tame. W. O. PA KICK
00 th-t-w Assignee.
TO TJIE CREDITORS OF THE ES
tuieof Janus 11, Boyd, a baiiKrupt,
That the undersigned, Assignee of the
Estate of Jame If, Boyd, a banluupt.
has piepuratoiy lo his lliial account and
dividend Hubiultted his accounts as such
assignee, and filed the sumo bcfdio Hon.
E.Pii'Hton.Jmticeof tho Supremo Com 1,
at his Chambers, to whom he will apii'y
ill 10 o'clock, a. in., 011 THURSDAY,
tho 18th day of November last , lor a
settlement of said accounts and for a
linal dhchaigc fiom all liability id such
as ignee, and for an older 10 make 11
final dividend. And lhat any person in.
terested may thin and theiu appear und
contest tho same,
7il W. C.PAHlvE, Assignee.
SHOOTING GAME BIRDS OF ALL
kinds Is piohlbitcd on the lauds of
Puuhale, in Knlihl,
S. M. DAMON,
Treu. Trustees Est. B. P. Bishop.
Honolulu, Nov. 2, 1880. 7!t lw
Election oi' OiHcors.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
tho Honnkan Sugar Company U10
following ofilcers were duly elected for
the ensuing year:
V. A. 80IIAEFER : : : President
I.HOTINQ : ; ; : : Treasurer
H. BENJES Secretoiy
M. AIolNERNY : : : s : Auditor
II. BENJES, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct, SMli, 1885, 70 0t
tetsoii SaSe !
1 have received instructions from Messrs.
S. COHN & CO., to sell on
Saturday, November 6th, '86
At 7 p. in., lmip at Iho
.TEMPLE OP FASHION,
Their Entire Stork of
CLOTHING ! !
Gonts' Furnishing Goods,
Boots, Shoes and other Goods
Duo notice will he given of othci Auc
lion Sales nt Ihe Temple of Fa'-hiou.
73 fit J. LYONS, Auot'r.
The Eaglu uuse,
Rooms to lit, wHi or without Hoard.
TLB MS BEASONABLE. "Ihe home
is now lendv fo occupation.
JIBS. J. T. WHITE,
Honolulu, Ocl. 21, 1SSG. 0!1 2w
BRAND RPNNINB RAGE !
C-o as yon Please!
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 3rd,
Al 8 o'clo-k
First Prize - - Gold Medal
Second Prize - Silver Medal
Best two out of three wins prizes
All entries lo be closed on Saturday
evening, Oct. 30th. Admission 25 cents.
Band in nltendnncc,
Hawaiian Beil Telephone Co.
Since the publication of the Oclober
Card, the lo'.louing additions und alter,
ations hac been made:
12 Attorney Genei ill's Office
1 H Ciowder, J no, res.
7S Desha, Geo L, ics
H5:) E.igle House.
202 I'-islicl, C. J , res.
Bill iverr, Ja B , res.
170 Love, Jut., res.
221 McLuui Bro-., res.
2 4 Nuuuno, S. (Fi-h Market).
180 Sopei.J II.
S-1'J Taber, W. K,ic.
220 AVaiiunuu, Ituv. J , res. i
2 -.5 Webster, B.N. , les.
Subsciibeis oio requested to cut this
noiice out nnd affix it to their cards.
No. CO Nuuunu fctrect.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas Mill.
THOSE VERY DESIRA.
ble premises No. ifJSNiiuanu
Avenue. DwellliiL' contain
8 rooms; airy batement under all; kitch
en, panlry, lnitluoom and seivanl's room
attached, eairiugo house, stable, fowl
house; all conveniently airaiiued; quint
healthful lrcillmi; neat giouuds, irult
Hoes. Ten inlnulO'' wall; liom Post
Ollice. Eiiipdto mijnhilng pii'inices of
73 tf J. H WOOD.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNISHED OR UNFUBN1SMED.
A CotUigj on Liinalilo and Bllkol
Hlredtt, furnished complete for House,
keeping. Uso of horso and carriage;
laigo garden. Apply lo
CIIAS. J. VJBHKL,
Wtf Cor. Eoit.li Hotel U
COTTAGE TO KENT,
COTTAGE, COBNER OF KINAU
and l'ensnrolusticotB. Inoulroof
WM. O ATWATJSH,
MR. MAX ECKART has removed
his Juwehy JManul'aetoiy lo Fort
Street, just abovo tho Shooting Gallery,
wheio ho will carry on his tegular busi
ness. 48 im
Now Photograph Rooms.
OYER Nlchol's Horo, Fort street,
noxt iho Shooting Gnllery, Pic'
turcs, Portraits and views. Firstclass
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. A. GONSALVES.
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
APRIL 30th-OCTOBER 16,1886.
The DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE
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Session, in the Bulletin.
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