Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, March 05, 1887, Image 2',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
Tho Court will go Into full mourning
for Her late Royal Highness Princess
Llkellkc frrm till date uulll tlic tiny
after tbo Funeral; nnd will wear half
mourning from tint tlmo utill Uio ex.
piratlon of two weeks from the day of
CURTIS I 1AUKEA,
II. M.'s (Jlittnlnrlntii
IoUul Palace. Fob !!, 1837.
BISILOt J8 (Jo., BANlib'llB
Huiiolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Baiilc ol Oulll'oruiu, H. If.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstuhurch, and Wellington,
Tito Bank ot llritisli Uoiunibln,
toria, B. O
, ami Cortland, Or.
Transact a Ucucral Banking Business
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can he hnd fiom
J. H. Sir-Hit, :
A. M. llKWivrr,
: : Meieliint Street,
Pledgtd to neither Sect tor Party.
Bat established fjr tbo benefit of all.
SATURDAY. MAR. 5, 1887.
It is sometimes amusing to sec
how superstitious notions still linger
among civilized peoples in these
closing years of the nineteenth
century. Perhaps it is true that
every man, even the most enlight
ened, is more or less superstitious.
Sailors arc proverbially supersti
tious; but scarcely more bo than
many other people. A sea captain
may sometimes defer to tho notion
against sailing on Friday, a notion
'which at one time was universal
among bailors, and still exists with
some of the more ignorant class. A
whaling captain whose ship was off
port on Thursday last, declared he
must get away with his supplies on
that afternoon, as he would on no
account sail on Frida3', because
some of his people would attribute
any untoward event which might
occur during the voyage, to sailing
on that unlucky day. Being per
mitted the use of the tug-boat, he
succeeded in effecting his dcpait
urc, and avoided the disagreeable
operation of lying off and on until
Saturday. Lundsmcn 'smile at this
foolish superstition, and wonder
that any man possessing tho com
mon sense and experience which
usually characterize commanders of
vessels, should still respect such an
antiquated and superannuated creed.
Still many landspeople, perhaps
most of them, hold superstitions
just as foolish. Ah an example,
one has only to look at the honc
shoes so often nailed over doors,
to keep off occult dangers and bring
good luck. Holding on to some
thing worn out and useless, because
dispensing with it might change
something and everything go wrong,
is another form of innocent super
stition. A business linn, for in
stance, will retain nu old signboard,
so weatherworn that nobody can
read it, and people have to niukc
inquiry for the premises, whilo the
old unreadable sign is staring them
directly in the face. Tho object in
liolding on to tho old sign, is to pre
vent the depui tine of luck. And so
ono might keep on enumerating
examples of superstitions that tiro
met with every dny among intelli
gent people. Such things may bo
stupid and childish, but they exist
all the same.
THE STABBINC CASE AT PUNA
UluV CAITAIS MCGllKGOIt ON HIS 'IMA I.,
Thta mprning at the Police Court,
Daniel McGregor, Into master
schooner Manuoknwai, appeared to
answer a charge of assault and bat
tery with u weapon obviously dan
gcrous to life. Messrs. J. T. Dare
and A. C. Smith appeared for the
Kaziaiuatlio wounded man tes
tified as ws :
I was a sailor on board tho
schooner Manttokawai on tho lGth
February. Wo were at Punnlun
that day. Wo landed 6omo pad
dy. McGregor went on Bborc
with captain Kalua to sec
Homo of his frionds. They re
turned together to tho landing.
Captain Kalua proposed th'ey wait a
while befoic going on board. Capt.
McGregor went to tho telephone.
Knlua proposed they get a bottlo of
liquor. Do not know where tho
bottlo camo from, but 1 saw the bot
tlo in Ktdua's hand, lie gave li
quor to llvo of us. They drank the
rest. We all went to Kupupn's
house by invitation to have some
thing to eat. There wan more liquor
there. Captain McGregor furnished
this second lot of liquor. Tho sailors
partook of the food but the Cap
tains did not. Myself and three
shipmates helped ourselves to :i
first drink, ate a little, and then had
another drink. lhc table was then
cleared and they commenced to
hula. One of the men commenced
to swear. McGregor heaid the
swearing, came up and strifck the
man that swore with his list. I in
terfered and McGregor was angry
with me, and he struck me once ;
the second blow he aimed at me ho
missed me. Kupupu quieted
the affair. I turned to go out
when McGregor 9truck me again
I turned lotind and looked at him,
and I took hold of him around tho
arms at the same time encircling a
post. I then felt a sharp pain in
my side. 1 then let go and took
hold of defendant's arm and tried to
it ii 11 tl tni'tiif I tit I tin li-itl nt nuumir
if U II iu uuv uv yi.w pivgjiiijj
up to me. I was in front of him.
We had quite a stiuggle, and finally
McGregor said "l'au," and I let
go. It was then dark. Kupupu
shouted out "Come away from there
the white man has a knife." I
went to whcie the light was and
found I was bleeding. I urn a
little way and fell down. McGregor
was drunk, but I knew perfectly
well what I was about. I had not
been on bad terms with McGregor.
The witness here exhibited his
breast, the wound being now healed
up, and only a slight muik Icft.J
Cross-examined: The first dis
turbance in Kupupn's house was
one of the crew swearing. Didn't
hear the woids "son of a It ."
McGregor was on tho makai side,
f Witness here locates the other par
ties in the room. When that lan
guage was used McGicgor jumped
up and came over to where I sat.
McGregor was lame that trip of the
schooner. He jumped across the
room to strike the man that swore.
I pushed him away. lie then came
at me and struck me. The other
man went away and left me to light
it out. After McGregor struck me,
I tried to get away fiom him. He
struck me again. Ho followed me
up. I saw nothing in bis hand. I
saw nothing on the Uoor afterwards.
Ho did not strike me after that.
After I let go of him, I ran away
towards the beach. I examined my
breast by a light in a bedroom
w indow. I fell before I got outside
the yard. I was out of bieath. J
was not too drunk to know what
occurred. Had 'only three drinks
that day. The first drink was less
than half a tumblerful. At Ku
pupu's house I took two drinks.
The light commenced after eight
o'clock I think go. One hour
elapsed between taking the first two
drinks. I had three drinks in one
hour and live minutes. Puu picked
me up when I fell down. I was
unconscious. McGregor did not
come and pick me up. I was taken
to a house ami remained there five
days. (The case i3 going on as wo
A MILLIONAIRE'S YACHT.
A Wilmington, Del., correspond
ent of the Now York 7eracW writes:
The construction of William K.
Vandcrbilt's handsome steam yacht
Alva is .tapidly approach completion.
The machinery for propelling tho
vessel is all iu place, and riggers
now swarm above decks, and the
standing rigging is going up rapidly,
two of her masts being m position.
On tho main deck the three steel
houses are nearly completed. All
of them are paneled over or sheath
ed with teak wood, urn will be
finished inside with mahogany.
From the forward one, which con
tains the chart-ioom, galley and re-ception-ropm,
descent is made by a
mahogany stairway to a large hall,
on which open the main dining
saloon and tho owner's private
quarters, comprising nine rooms and
a nursery- The dining saloon is
tho full width of the ship. When
completed ft will lip elegantly
paneled in soft wood and finishid
witli white enunitil and gold. Facing
tho main enhance will be a iiniiii
some mantel and fireplace, which
will uive the room a cheerful and
homelike appearance. A large sky
light,, covered wjtj obscured glass,
gives light and ventilation, AH the
staterooms are finished to uor-pijr
pond with the diniug-hall, but each
will bo biipplicd with a different
variety of fnrnituio in appropriate
designs. Uiutar Hie floor of each
state-room is u luttli-tub supplied
with hot and cold water, and may
lip salt or fresh at will. From tho
diuiug-jinll, going aft, there is a
passageway to tho library. Abreast
of tho cngiuo tiiis passage widens to
admit of an upliolsteicd spat, from
which a full view can bo liu'd of (ho
working of tho machinery.
Tim library is on tho starboard
side of tho ship and is pnuclcd in
French walnut. Jt also has a fire
place and mantel. )n t)io opposite
side and back of the Jibrary nro
seven largo state-rooms for t,lio ,11300? ,
guests, each piovided with bjitji a;'id
wststand8. For tho comfort of the
ofllcers there are provided spacious
apartments, which will bo lilted with
bed, bureau, wardrobe, washstand
and bath. A mess-room for tho
ofllccis and galley for tho crew arc
on tho forward part of tho ship.
Tho accommodations for the sailors
and llremcn arc in tho forwrd and
after end of tho vessel respectively.
Those arc furnished with bunks,
lockers and closets, and are models
of comfort and neatness. Tho space
under the cabin deck forwnrd'is to
be occupied by the stewaid mid is
divided into provision, wine, mid
cooling-rooms and ice house. For
ward of these are the males' stoic
rooms. The main galley, which will
bo equipped with all the appoint
ments of a modern kitchen, is in
the forward house on the main deck.
The middle hotiso on deck is occu
pied by a drying-room, lamp-room
and vapor bath loom. The very
best iimlciinls and methods have
been used to produce a Hist class
yacht. The deck-plunking is a
marvel of whiteness, close joints and
beauty of "streaking," being of the
best American white pine and laid
with tho urcalcsl care. The sky
lights arc numctous and elaborate,
being formed of teak and fitted with
pressed checkered glass and plate
glass, protected by brass fender
rods and storm shutters. The bash
opens both nthwartship and fore and
aft, as ventilation may demand.
llio system of automatic com
munication between the bridge mid
engine 100111, though not yet com
pleted, will consist of a special de
vice of plates, dials, handles, etc.
This is known as the bridge tele
graph, and will be most perfect iu
its woikings. The lig of tho yacht
is to be three-masted schooner,
square-rigged forward, with uild
ded" topmast. Her sail plan is
large. Three yards on the foremast,
three jibs and an unusual hoist of
mainsail and mizzcii'.ail. The entire
ship will be lighted throughout by
electricity, even the olllcers' and
crew's quarters being so illuminated.
There will also be a powerful search
light forward, which can be made to
light up the sea for a distance of
six miles ahead. The vessel will
piobably be finished in February.
ANECDOTES OF LINCOLN.
A .lady iu Chicago, a life-long
friend of the Lincoln family, kindly
permits me to use the following:
"After Mr. Lincoln's election, and
before his inauguration, he was so
beset by olllce-seckcrs and inter
viewers that he had no leisure to
form his Cabinet, He came for a
little lime to Chicago, hoping for a
quiet iiitcivicw with Mr. Hamlin,
with whom ho had no acquaintance.
Hut, alas! the politicians wcro
equally ubiquitous heic.
"To escape these, Mr. und Mrs.
Lincoln were invited to my father's
h use to spend the da-. Among
those whom Mr. Lincoln wished to
consult were Judge Trumbull and
Carl Sehurz, who were, therefore,
invited to be at our house at the
same time. Although the weather
was very cold and the drive a long
one, many cainp 1q call on Mr.
Lincoln. In despair c was finally
obliged to take lefugo with Mr.
Hamlin in my largo sunny room,
where, for several hours, they wero
closeted. whie my father kept guard
below btairs to protect tliein from
intrusion. I talked milch to Mr.
Lincoln ut that lime. He never
talked down to women, Young as
I was, he addressed me as friend
and companion. Tho next tlmo I
saw Mr. Lincoln was at a reception
in the White House. As I passed
wjth others in the procession ho
baidt )o lcmain until after the
crowd lias gone nnd we can talk
Illinois.' I rcmembor just what ho
said (0 ine as he approached" me
after the prowd had dispersed.
Ho said 1 '1 have taken a severe
cold from having my liajr cut ; this
reminds me. Once, when I was in
Chicago, I was sitting in tho ollico
of the old Tremont House, when a
newsboy on tho street called out:
''Ilcrp's Abe Lincoln's pictuiej
he'll look )eter when his hair's
cut." Now, do you think I look
better when my hair's cut?' 1 re
plied, 'Mr. President,' in tho lan
guage of apflther 'nothing cpuld
either add or defracf. frpm yoijr Jcr
sonnl oppearance to inc.' "- Louis
The census of Germany for tho
year 1885, shows an increaso in llio
population of 111,125.
Lunch 11 :f0 a m., till 2::!1 i, m,
folk fiiiisngi), I.nin Htcak.
bwli Oliftl?, M .tlon Cutlet,
Veal Until I Brcideij, ))VUX Huicblt,
Col I Unrnud tiplmj Ifeof,
Cold ItoaH Mutton,
Fruit, Cake, Lte
Commciitiiji ut4:!.0i', .v., mas till 8 v.
Hi Victoria Buiurut
H.A.ItI0H'm f j TPrjrjjrletor
Will open In fliatclnsj condition on
MONDAY, 'I ho bett rf evftrjthlng the
luiirjsc; nflor.1 will l.o served day or
1-2i3(-11h1i, IVcucli mill Jxcruuui
70J Slylcs of Cookinjr. fit
minium iivui Huiwii.
Uy ordtr tf tlm Executors of llio Will
of Itev. 1). BALDWIN, clcxusol, wo
will (ell at Public Auction,
Monday, March 7th
At I'Jo'c'nok noon, at otirSalc-rnoin,
Queen Slreit, tho following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 One lot on tho West sldo of Puna
h''ii street, between the rcldcnco of
Hon. 0. II. Judd mid lion. W. 1). Alex
ander. Having a frontage of about 09
ft"i.i mid Micul mid if nip'h rf iilotil
An iii'Oit nlty ioviiil.i ntlVtcil Is
huii-siHoidtd loprucuiuti moU iksliahlu
!! That iilccu of properly In Lalinlnn,
Maui, known as Uim "Baldwin Home
ftenil," situate near Ihol ourt lloiiso'nnd
linillng; ('outlining about 1 acre, II
lords and ft poles.
3. The Ahupuim of Kauaiilt, iitt
I.ulmlim, Inclu Jlrg scveiul In s ttiircin,
sold toMtld L). Ihiliiwiu nt various time.
This isaflnc land and furnishes iii.othcr
of the cluuicis ) early glowing itircr of
purchasing intension tinct.
4. Tlio well known and desirable
liropnl.v called Mount Retreat, hick of
i.iiliiiinaltiua, (oiiImIiiIii nearly 200
aeies of pistil to land, Ugcther with tliu
holl'U I l nml forist land. Oun of t'm
Milubiloiis ii'id delightful plnc: in ll.e
LOiiiiiU where at II tie c or fiitiguo
fninllli'senn obtain a I ciihliful and i.'.
frctditiig summer elbuate.
r. 10 acre of line land in Knin'iole,
Kiilu, Maul, covir.-fl by Knvnl l'.itenl
01!) acres ff valuable land at Kama,
ole, Kuln, Maui, near to lot r, covired by
llojnl Patent 111.
7. That line tiact i f land contilning
''It") acres call id Kulaila'-a, In Ktt.n,
Maul, covered by Iloyal l'aictit 782.
6. An orange Grove in Kaupn, .Maul,
eoiiliiinlng y, iicie, cnveiid by L. ('. A.
All f the alovo uientiiiicd proper! j
willbcKoId n the hlglicit blildiT foi
Cash. X.S DAbDWIX,
&&" Further particulars inn be had
ot Wiu.mam U t'ASTi.u, Attmuev iu
Honolulu, of W. U.llALL,
II. 1. BALDWIN,
1). I). BALDWiX,
Kvpcutoii of the Will of I). Baldwin.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CO 14 Auctioneer".
DURING MY ABSENCE FHOM
thU Kingdom my daughter Mis
Jtoso Adlor lut fill) power of nttorney
lo act for me, as III a vii per Alameda,
March Uth. lOUISADLhlt.
For San Francisco,
The well and favorably known J'aelllr
Mail 8. S Co.'s Steamer
"City of New York,"
Will sail for San IVancLco on or1
about BIA-rtOII Otli, 1887.
For Height and passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
71 lw Agents I M. S. S Co.
Haw. liPlI Meplw Go.
Reduction of Rales!
COMMENCING ON THE FIRST OF
April ntxi, the lentul of all instill
men! in uru in the District of Komi, Is.
laud of Oah'i, will he leduced to ?"i.00
per quill U)'.
Person desiring to, make contiac.ls
for qno year at tbU rate will bo fur.
nished with forms on application at thp
oilice of tliu Coiininy,
A discount of 10 pi r cent vlll be al
lowed to Rub'crlluri pajing a ymt'
le t lu adv.ince.
1. ehlili-nt Haw. Hell Tel. Co.
Honolulu, February 21, 18S7. 1 05 1m
A New Lot of-
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Mavket.
qpiIF. FIRM OF Sl'KAU&l'FEJKER,
J. having LojndUholvud by ordoi of
the Supremo Court, and (lie uudcr-lgni'il
appointed Receiver j notice U hereby
glvin that the fir.o stock of Watrhes
and .Jnwelry will be on enle at the More
of Siaiir& J?ffifpr or a abort lime, at
nil need prices,
All partita indebted jo tlii nrm nro
notified to make settlement at omp,
W. V. ALLEN,
Receiver for Ijpenr & 1'ielfer.
Honolulu, Feb 10, 1887. 50 lm
THE nndi i signed having hen np
pqlntcd Atnlgnceof tho
Ifrtnie qf 'At lfrr'fr
of Wnlluku, a bankrupt, notice Is hcip
by given that all persons Indebted ip
the sild estate, pay the sanrj to the
W. O. PARKE,
Honolulu. March 8, 7887.
Arnvea at Marciian
Under liutriiriloiio from (ho HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I shall fell
at Public Ailf tlon, on
Monday, Maroh 7th, 1.887,
At It! o'clock noon,
nt my salesroom", cnmir of Fori and
(Jtiein StrerlH, Honolulu, that virv tic.
Finiblu Intel of latid slttialctl nt Kullti,
Lllllin Bltcit, "known as Lee You
man's Property, comprising
Kalo- & Kula Land
of mi I ui It r ipull'y, wel'-waterrd.
Lot Xo. 1 (.oii'iiiiiliic nn area of
1 1 nml n.ICO r.ci, at mi upset prii'e
liot No. JJ Adjoining ilwi alovo on
tbo immka side, ami containing an
an a of 1 in re. Upset price J7o0 00.
TKHSIS ;ANia. Deeds nt the
wcpi'ii-u or purrluuciH, Purihci piitic
uliiis niny lm leiriud y njipllrmioii at
the ofllce of the Bond of Kducallou.
whore plniM and biirviys of the laud
niny ) s'lo.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu. Feb. 2. U87 40t 1
Saturday Evening, March 5th,
The Qura Gomp'ny
will, whilo en route
to r-'nn Fiunchcn, New York, London
and Pari", give a s ion s.-ason In Hot o.
lulu. This Ciiiipiny conbts of twelve
pel form n, males and feintilc. Tiitlr
feats aiu mat velo'is, now und uumcioui,
imljr.icitig lhc famous
ACT OF OGAWA,
(Miklu- with lfire feut nn tbornzor llkn
edge ol Yucoiiiii wi rj-), walking iu
lire wllli bare feel, iU:., nlc.
The cclobiMtud trlek, Revolving n
Hugo Tub, with m.u performer Inside
and one on the outside, ihu
Greatly Improved, It dancing F ins, Urn.
bielhis, cic, aro aUo among the fent'.
Ilo Plan now open at tliu Etito Ico
Doom open at 7:: 0 p.m.
W. II. ALIItlClI,
On Aocount of being Over Stooked
Black Sack Suits!
Black Frock Suits!
. GENT'5 FINE
Wot't mid HtlfT.
ETC. ETC. ETC.
CO?" Wo will make a reduction on the
Now is your clrmcD to huy Elack
CHAS. J. FiSHEL.
Cm luges at nil bonis, day ami night.
8ad(lo Horns, Jlugles, Wagonettes and
Village Cirfs wifu stylish aui g;it!o
bore t'tt td Jut. .
' IIoivop. iriiiirantoeil. Bccond
hnud llticl-j.. Oiiuu-nnd Toi ljugglei,
OaitsHUd LftiiiCBS. " ' '
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Tulephoiio 112, or apply Im
ItlJLjKS & IIAYMSY.
The Finest IJraiid ut
In Hie Market at the
vi) 1 1 fim i n am i mi
V. UlLli:it, rroprlelor.
RKNTRAL raflAR STAND
Rell Tel. 112.
31 mini Tol. 1172
0. Rox 107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Real Estato Agents, Cus
tom Hoaso and Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LITE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
I,in-i!, Contract", nnd all kind of Con.
oyiiyiig, Tindesmcn'rt Hooks wib.
len up, Rents and Accounts col.
lecud, Returns prompt-
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oiler the fil i wing:
House to Rent and Turnituro for Sate.
Lenm $20 1 it mmitli. llotiso ci uIhIiih
tl rooms mid baih; also hoi aoil cold
wateii K'lod locality, llo mlnuloi'
walk from Post Ofllce.
For Sale Homo and Lot. About nf
acie, within live inliiut s w ilk (f Pnt
Olllce. House .loutalns 0 noms, late
ly put in good repair. Slubles nml
To Ronl Thric Ilouci on Lllllin Street.
For Salo.l Open SlibiR'irHiiggy.chiap.
For Salo Cheap. I Sipiaro Piano, 7 On
tavei, in good trder.
1 Upright Piano, 7 Co.nvc.-, In good
Rooms to Rent. Four very hnud oincly
fuini-litd looms in largo homo; well
sliu.iteil on iMtunnu Avenue. Rent
jstfi a montli each.
To Lot. Tno house and grounds sltuatid
lu Kitiiauu Avoniio, iccently occupied
by A.J. Cariwilgh'. Jr. Ef'n,
To Let. A fi.roomcd Cntlage, with Cur.
liigo Ifouauaiid Out house., Nuiianii
Avonii", near Government reervolr,
itliiive lity Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with i.bout 2 acres of laud 2)
mlloi fiom tnwn. Kent $lGpermonili
To Lot. ACioomcdCi tinge, with kitchen
atiacliLilj upper end ol Xtitianu
Axoiue, oppo-llo "Valley Home," lu
exudleiit older. Rent Ole.
For Sale or Leaso -With Immediate poc
sc inn, linn valuable csiiito Known as
tho N13UANU VALLEY RANCH,
bilualid in the Kuuanu VallfV. 'l
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
Hid mot cllgiblo tito for a milk or
milk and buttei dairy lu tliisKlugdom
To Let. Two Cottagff, situated hi the
Chiueio Chinch preiuUcs.
Wanted. Aic-pi'ftih'o Englhh or Gir
mnn Glil to assist in u small finally.
Wanted lly a competent Engineo-, hold,
ing lli8l-clais eertillcatei, and highly
recpiiuucnddl, situation at sea or on
Wantod lo Ronl. A Cottage, nontalnlnc
fouror live rooim. , Must bo in good
loca'ity, tin J within tin or fifteen
minutes' walk of Post Ofllce.
Wanted. A Japanese Nut S3.
Hell Tolciihouo IMN. P. O. IIox 415.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
IJookB -written up, Arcotintn mid
Employment nnd Shipjilug Agency.
Libor Comma Ulimlw and Revenue
St'imps always oa hand. Copying and
translating iu all languages used in thU
Kingdom. Oidin from tho other If
lands will receive piompt attention.
Valuablo Properties for Sale. 2 Acies of
Land, splendidly siljiatid InvJfakikl
for homestc.irl-. '
Acre Iu Makikl, on Roietnnli strcel,
line bulldlus tjte.
Acres with 4-room Cottage, on Llllhn
- otuei, A rare chance.
For Lease. 10 Acieiof Land, Z miles
from Mfibsma'ii's cornier 15 acres of
which is Miitalilp for ellherRlcoor
Tnio, and has bfon under cultivation
foi the latt ft years. All buildings
nieissiry for a Urst-class little ranch
now on thi premlso .
Wanted. A Situation By a compctont
practical Engineer, who has had nuny
year-,' expcricnc-", and can glvo the
best of iifuiciiris. Employment on a
plantation i r fened.
For Sale 2 r.cioj fir Choice Taro Land,
yltualu near the Insane Ajlum.
Wantod Employment by competent
ste ily, hor.tlc s who will make them
siIvlb tuefiil iu taking earn of door
auls and gtrdcux, nnd In" other light
work reirulreil hy private family.
Full particulars given upon applica
" No. 3J Merchant Strpot, Honolulu.
Lulily occupied hy Messu. Smith &
'lils flno voung trolling 1 jvd stujllon
will itntlj Ihi coming toiFo'u nt DcildM
Stables, Kaplolanl l'uik, to a limited
number of mure.-.
TrniM, S0.00 Season.
APTOfl OH IMP, buy stallion, hy
Speculation j he by Rylyk's Huinblc.
touluu, out of Miirlha Washington, by
Run'.. Washington! hci dam hy Auilal.
Inh. 1st dam by Lady Pool, hy Bkngg's
Rittlori her ilam by Glincoc. The
uuovt) stallion wt-s rahed Uy Blr Onus
f imiiiei iiiriiciuiis ennuiro nttno
FAS1IIO SIAblKsI, pr jf H. HUB
'l AOB, ai lliistacp & llohirUoVfl ofllce,
AWHQK NUMREU OP UKAUTI
fill pictures from nil pnit of Hie
world at ranged for exhibition thiough
Btrong lonsoi under n poweiftil lluhl,
will ke opened ut tho building known
(is tho Astor Hoiibo, on Ho'tel btioel, on
WEDNESDAY EYENINO, Mutch dud,
1837, ift 7:80p.m.,lniul Will remi.fii iperi
from 1 tljl G p. m,', and 7:80 dallyV
AdinlsilcnJ.'5 cents. Sppclul rotos'for
schools. 7 iw"
Heading Hoom Association.
Cor. llifcl A Alttlirn SJit.
Open every Day nnd Evening.
Tho Library eonsMx at the piesent
tlnio ot oer 1'lve Thousand Volumes.'
The Reading Room Is supplied with
about fitly of tlm lending nowspnpera
und periodic iN.
A Tailor is piovided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty cents a
aionth, paynblo quartet Iv lu ndvanee.
Xo formality lcqiilred In joining except
signing the roll.
rilinngeis fiomfoielgn eoimliles and
vMtoisliom the other Mauds uie wel
come to the looms at all tlin as guests.
This Association liming no legulnr
means of gtuipoit except die dues of
members, It Is exjiceted that lesldents
of Honolulu who desho to avail them
selves of Its pilvllcges, and all who feel
mi Inteiest lu maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become icgiilarcoiitilhutois.
A. J. OARTWRIGHT, Pros..
M. M. SCO'lT, Vice-President,-II.
A. PARMELKE, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH. Ticasurcr,
C. T. RODGERS, M.I).,
Chairman Hull nnd Llbraiy Committee.
"GitFOf New Yort;
Of Original Matter !
lO Cents per Copy.
$2.00 per Annum.
To any addict in tho Kingdom
Subscription to foreign countries,
$2.50 per annum. vf
To be had at
J. H. Soper, : : : Merchant St,
A. M. Hewett, : j n
Daily Bulletin Offlc : queen St,
and form the News Carriers.
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going to Butl.
Mil. EniTon: AVhlle spending a few
dnys nt the pleasant seaside town of
Aucrystwiih, Cardignnbhire, Yynles, I
heard relati.d what seemed to mo either
a fabulous utory or u marvellous cure.
The etory was that n poor sufferer who
had not been able to lie down lu bed fi
hlx long yeais, given "up'fo dla'by All tli6
Doctors, had been speedily cureil bjr
some Patent Medicine. ' It was tejatcd
with the moro Implicit qonfldenco1 from
tbo cliciimstancc, as wnji sajd, tjint llift
Vicar of Ijlnnrynyil was fotnjllar'wim
the facts, and could vouch for the truth
of Ihu rejioit.
Having n little curiosity to know how
such stories glow lu tuiellng, I took
the liberty while ni tliu village of Linn,
rjttvd to call upon the Vicar, tho Rov.
T. Evans, and lo enquire about this
wonderful wire. Though a toifl struA.
ger to him, both huniid his wife most
graclnmly entertain d m'u In a half
the enfo of .Mr. lugh, iu which Ihtiy
beimed to take a deep and sympathetic
lutereM, hnviuir hem fnuil)nr with hlh
suflerlngs, mil nmv icjolceit In wlittl
seemed to tlitVn a jWosI roi!arknhlocurel
Ho Bliongly opclied Mr.'Wm. Pugh'a
cluirnclnr n i ies)cciaLe fnrptpr unfl
worth) of uiedlt, I let tho veuerohltf
Vlcnr with a live ler iciioe ol the happy
relation of u pastor and pooplo, feeling
that he was one who truly Hynipiithl(c3
with all wlmaio mulcted iu mind, body,
or estnt. ' .
Qu my teturn lo Abci)t,tltli, I wau
Inipressit wti n iletfiu lo tee Air. l'ugh,
wlioto reputation fcfood so high. His
fin in Is called I'aiicom.Mawr, signifying
"above tho dingle," t Hunted npar thp
summit of i smooth ifiund hill, opr
loohing a beaiillfnl valley in which s,
blluuted the lovely Ivymiinilnd Chinch
of Llandilelnol. I found Mr, Pugh,
npnaieiilly about 40years old. of medium
belclit. lather bllulit. W 1th a nlentnnt anil
ather bllglit, w ith n pleatnnt and
Intelligoiit f uce. I told him I had hcartj
of his great iillllfltlon and of his remark.
nl.l.v ..till 'nl.n.ct ...I v.iHulm.n ..lt. ?...'!,
..... ...,., .f.i.,s. MIIKffllluua ruitit, UIU
that I had come to lean! fiom his owa
lips, what there,' was of tiuth In theT.
ports, ' r ,l Y.