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But established for tho benefit of nil.
TUESDAY. APRIL .'. 1887.
THE JURY SERVICE.
As each Term of the Supreme
Court comes round, so arc there
forty-eight gentlemen selected from
the community to serve as jurors,
twenty-four of whom arc native 11a
waiians, and twenty-four foreigners.
The first named generally accept
their lot with good grace, and do
not seek to find reasons to be ex
cused. Amongst tho foreigners, it
- is invariably otherwise. At the
opening proceedings of the Supreme
Court this morning when twelve of
tho twenty-four were diawn for
special service on the first cabc, the
excuses bet fortli in order that they
might be exempted from service
were numcroiib and vaiied. To one
gentleman it occurred that it was
the end of the quarter, or more
properly speaking, tho beginning of
a new quarter, and in his opinion it
was absolutely necessary that lie
bliould leave the Court and return
to business. Apparently it did not
occur to this gentleman that it is
always the beginning of a quaitcr
when the Term is held, and that all
tho others who are drawn as jurors,
supposing them to bo business men,
are in the same predicament as him
self. Another gentleman vent
ured an opinion that tho mail
steamer from the Coast might anive
at any moment, in which caso his
absence from his biibines3 post
might cause the earth to cease re
volving upon its axis. Hut tho Court,
in the excrciso of its duty, invaria
bly thinks differently from these
men of business. To excuso ono
juror on what would appear to be
plausible grounds, would result in
excusing all, and consequently a
jury could never be formed.
This morning, His Honor Mr.
Justico McCully listened attentively
to the several pleadings of jurois,
who bought to be excused, but ho
was unable to comply with their re
quests, owing to tho insufllcieney of
the reasons given. In order to fur
ther relieve tlio minds of gentlemen
who aro drawn as jiiiors, Mr. Mc
Cully stated the rules of pioccclurc
for drawing jurors. Fifty names of
persons eligible to servo as
ouch aro selected by tho Govern
or, from which list twenty-four
aro drawn for bervice. Tlio only
persons exempt fiom sorvice, by
law, on a Jury are the Postmaster
General nnd his assistant, it is,
however, tho practice and custom of
tho Court to exempt Consular
officials, Privy Councillors, and
members of tho House of Nobles,
the latter rendering gratuitous ser
vico on more important occasions.
It-has also been -deemed advisable
to leave out tho names of nil minis
ters of the Gospel, physicians, ami
dentists. So far as possible, tlio
drawing of two persons from the
ono business establishment, isnvoltl
cd. Tlio Coiut wns unable to lay
down uny special rule for excusing
Jurors, but it endeavored to make
tlio jury service as little irksome as
THE COMING AGRICULTURAL AND HOR
Tho Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society has decided to hold its an
nual show for the present year dur
ing tlio first week in May about
two months from thu present lime
which allows sulllcient timo for pro-
pal nlion, and yet none to lcl pass
unimproved. The place determined
upon for holding the- show, is the
OovornmentNursmry, on King street,
towards Wnikiki. Tills, although
not so near the centre of population
as desirable, is within reachable dis
tance, and is, for this reason, greatly
preferable to Kapiolani Park. The
cost of a carriage to tho Nursery is
within the means of most people,
and for those who prefer to walk
and save the money, the distance is
comparatively short. The Society
has arranged a short yet comprehen
sive programme, which probably
omits nothing of note that the coun
try produces, either in the vegetable
kingdom or in the line of manufac
tures, and embraces so many articles
of a comparatively insignificant char
acter, of both general classifica
tions just named, that almost every
man, woman, and even child of
eight or ten years of age in Hono
lulu might become an exhibitor.
This is a feature of the published
programme which invites particular
attention, and should encourage
ladies and young people, of whom
there arc so man' who have their
pretty little flower plots, to come
forward as exhibitors. The exhibits
are classified in the programme
under five general divisions Horti
culture, Agriculture, Dairy Produce,
Domestic Manufactures and Poultry
nnd Birds and under each division
the patticular articles specified, with
the added note, that " priaes will
also he given for meritorious exhibits
in any of the above divisions, al
though not falling within the pub
lished classification." The Society
appears to have done its best to
arrange a programme to embrace
everybody and everything, and it is
to be hoped that the public will do
its part, and make the Agricultural
and Horticultural Show of 1887 an
G. W. PILIPO MEMORIAL SERVICE.
The service atKawaiahao Church,
last Sunday evening, in memory of
the late G. AV. Pilipo, was largely
attended. The lower floor of the
large building was well filled, and
somo auditors occupied the galleries
above. A good many white faces
were intermingled with the brown.
On the platform were seated the
Revs. II. II. Parker, pastor of the
church, and S. Pauluhi, lions. S. B.
Dole and L. A. Thurston, Dr. N. B.
Emerson, and Messrs. J. Alapai, E.
Knlauao, G. W. Kualaku, II. Water
house and J. L7. Kawainui. The
Revs. J. Waiamau and S. Wai
waiolc had engaged to bo present
and deliver addresses, but for some
reason not given were absent.
A preamble and resolutions were
read and their adoption moved by
Mr. J. U. Kawainui, seconded by
Hon., S. B. Dole, of which tho fol
lowing is a copy:
Whereas, this community and
nation have by the dispensation of
an all-wise Providence been afllicted
witli the loss by death of so eminent
a citien as George Washington Pi
lipo of Nortli Kona, Hawaii, who
died in Honolulu, March 25th, 1887,
Whereas,, they recognize in him
a strong and masculine character,
fearless and independent in tlio ad
vocacj' of popular rights ; gifted by
nature with a noble urcsence nnd
endowed in n high degree with a
commanding and persuasive elo
qttenco which he ever uspd in the
advocacy of good government, truth
and righteousness, nnd
Whereas, they rccognizo in him
an exemplar of virtues and quali
ties of which this nation now stands
in need; nnd which aro woithyof
imitation by men of all nationalities,
Therefore, bo it
Resolved, thnt while wo mourn
tho loss sustained by the nation of a
man, to human view, could so ill bo
spared from its council chambers
and halls of legislation, we calinot
contemplate tlio career of Pilipo
otherwise than with admiration and
gratitude, not unminglcd witli n
keen sympathy for tho pathetic,
martyr-like spirit which marked his
endurance of the fearful" malady that
overshadowed tho closing mouths of
Resolved, that wiiilo wo specially
commend to tho emulation of all his
noble character and Christian faith,
wo cannot lofrniii from expressing
the earnest hopo that thcro may rise
up from tho generation of young
men soon to enter upon tho bingo
this hero has recently quitted, many
who will bo able and willing to take
up anew tho burden where ho
dropped it and to advance the cause
which was so dear to his hcait.
Resolved, that this meeting desire
to express its heartfelt sympathy
with the bereaved family of the de
ceased in their irreparable loss.
Resolved, that copies of these
resolutions be furnished to tho news
papers of tills city for publication
and that a copy bo sent to tho
family of the deceased.
Honolulu, April 3, 1887.
These resolutions were adopted
by the audience. Tlio Rev. II. II.
Parker delivered an eloquent pane
gyric on the departed Hawaiian.
The church choir, lead by the
organ, sang several appropriate
selections during tlio evening.
On an average :)0,000 books a
year arc now published.
The fiftieth anniversary of Pope
Leo's ordination as Bishop, and the
Queen's jubilee coming in the same
year, there will bo an exchange of
letters and presents.
The marriage of Mine. Nilsson
and the Count of Casa Miranda was
private. The witnesses were tho
Marquis of Casa Ftiorto, tho Swedish
Minister and Ambroisc Thomas.
NOTICE OF MEETING.
A MEETING OF TUB FIRST
Divbio.i of tlu Liiluokulanl Ldn
enilonalSi.Hy will b. he'd 'IO-MOK-ll'iW,
hi II o'clock, p. in., in the n om ol
Eimluu Co., No. I. A lull nltindnucc is
MEMBERS OF THE SEVERAL
Companies me hctuby requested
to iis-cmblo in full milfoim without ap
paratus at tlio Bell Tower, To morrow,
At 1 o'clock, foi the purpose, of aftend.
lug the funeral of the late
Foreman of EninoCompuiy, No.Ti.
Per order of the Chief Engineer.
Honolulu, Api UP, 187. 03 It
HOT -I- BUN
Of tho well-known tlr-t-eluss quality of
many veins' reputation, will bo ready
and delivered lo all parts of tho city
l'rom ft a. in., to II o'clock p. in.,
fH-nnni flnnrlTT T7nn'
Vlll.lll. -IIII1III .J
Practical Cnufeelioner, Pi.stry Cook
rs'o. ri hotel, wxvniiiET,
Bet. Fort nud Nuunnii Streets
Both Telephone, No. 71. C2 Ot
LARGE AND COMFORTABLE
furnMicd rooms, chiap No. 47
Emmn Street. 02 It
FURNISHED COTTAGE AT
Wnikiki: beautiful shade trecj,
and fine t-ea-batliing. Apply to
100 aw li, S. OUNIIA,
COTTAGES TO LET.
'pilREE NICE COTTAGES, PART
X ly furnished, nud buitnble for
housekeeping, nro to let ut Wnikiki.
Apply to ALLEN HERBERT, or t) this
oillee. ' lOOtf
AUCTION SALE OF
By older of OAl'T. FULLER, wo will
tell at Public Auction,
On Thursday, April 7th, '87,
At 10 o'clork, n. m., nt his residence,
No. 8 Kukui Street, the Household Fur
niture consisting of
Blaok Walnut Marble Top Etagare
Marble Top Cenf re Table,
Vlinnii Chairs, Rockers,
BLACK WALNUT AND PLUSH SOFA 1 1
Pictures, Gilt Muntfl Clock,
Easy Chair, Ottoman,
SLACK WALNUT BOOK CASE
Books, Ilj.ioUcf.s, Oil. Laurel Table,
Center Bug, poor Rugs,
B. W Hair Cloth Lounge,
B. W. Extension Table,
B. W. Marblo Top bidoboard
China, Glass and Crockery Ware,
:i. Light Chandeliers,
I B. W. Marblo Top Bedroon Sot
Shiglo Ii W. Bedstead,
ButloiV Tihv, Refrigerator,
1 SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
(In good order.)
1 Rocking Horte, I Bicycle,
K1TCIIKX UTKXHir.H, JttT., KTC.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
1)0 8t Auctioneer.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
4- ndvcrlisu it in thu Daily Bulletin
vl J ''rt J v! VW?u'vNKr- O'tk
The BKS f HOT CKOSS BUNS can
FRIDAY, APRIL 8th,
From G a. in., until li p. in., and will bo
To any part of tlio clly.
Send in your Onloi'M F.nrly.
Am Freitag den 8 April, ormit
tngs 11 Uhr, Deutscher Gottesdienst
durch llerrn Pastor Ituubcrg in der
Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Kaiserlicb Doutchos Konstilnt,
1001 -H Honolulu.
THE ANNUAL SHOW
Wilt be held this voir In Ilic Sr eii ty's
Large Ball at the Government Muisery
on King Street, and adj icent grounds
Second Week of May
on ii day, or dayc, to bo mimed
Exhibits mo invited In the various
divisions named in tlio sclicdtilu given
There will bo no exhibition of Horses,
Stock or Caltle, for reasons which have
already been made public.
Programme of Show.
Division I. Horticulture.
Prizes will bo given as follows:
1 For the best variety of Fiuiis
U For the bc3t special Frulls
H For tlio best growing Ferns
1 For i ho best (cut) Ito-cs
5 For the best (cut) Shrubs and
0 For thu best growing Palms
7 For the best Orchids
8 For tho best Bouquet
0 -For tlio best Floral designs
10 For the best Vegetables
Division II. Dairy Produce-
1 For tho bcstFiikln of Butter 10 lbs
2 For the Second best dillo ditto
I! For the best pound nf Butter the
Exhibitors being house - keepers
making their own Butler
I For the Second bet ditto ditto
5 For tlio bet Oheesu
Division III. Agriculture.
1 For the be.-t Rice
2 Fo: the best Cereal (other than Rice
!l For the best Fodder Plunts
4 For tlio best Sugar C.ino
fi For the best Sugar
0 For thu best Hawaiian Honey
Division IV. Domestio Manufactures.
1 For tlio lioi-t Y'liicty of iniits
2 For the best exhibits of men's hals
!J For the best exhibits of women's do.
4 For tlio best Kapn
0 For tho bett exhibits of Calabashes
mado from Hawaiian woods
0 For tho best BowU of Wood or Co.
7 For the bostexhlbltt of native mude
Ornament of any description
6 For tho best exhibit of Artificial
Flow in am Wreaths
T For the best lionie-mndo Saddlu
10 For the best home. mude Hanuss
Division V. Poultry and Birds
Prizes will bo given for exhibits of a
High Class Chaiactcr in all classis
of Dome -tic Fowlb and Cage Birds.
B-SPECIAL NOTIOE-Prlzes will
also be given for mcritoi Ions exhibits in
any of the aboo Division?, although
not falling within Iho published clutsi
ficatlon. RULES for tlio guidance of exhibit
or.) will bu furnished on application to
MEMBERS of tho Society will not
bo .charged onlranco foes for their ex
hibits or far admission to tlio Show.
MEMBERS aro requested to pay their
subscription for Die current year to the
Tieasurer of the Society, MR S. M. DA.
By order of tho i
Board of Management,
J. S. WEBB,
1CQI lit SeerLary.
ONE TRAM CAR AND 200 FEET
of T Ralls, six pounds to the font,
with bolts nnd fish-plates complete.
Sultahlo for Wnrohouso or Plantation.
Apply to HOLLISTER & CO.
General Busks Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Thcro nro now logistoro I nt the Agcn.
ci Book-kccpcis, htiglncei, l'iatit'illou
Luiius, CnrncnloH, Ilosdleis, Cook?,
Boys, etc., who arc seeking employment,
nnd many of whom ran furnish t lie best
of references if requited.
Valuable Real Estate In deslralilo
lots for sale or lease Convenient Cot.
tages to let on favorable terms.
Tlio Old Cornor (Nolto's) lor Salo on ren.
soniiblo terms. Aime clinnco for hi
vutment. A Lodging Establishment conveniently lo
nnte.il, paying handsomely, to bo had
nt a bargain.
Full p.iillrulius given upon appllca.
lion at tlio Agency,
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
itcii Tcit'iiitouc :i4H. r. o. itox -tin.
Oiler for fiiIo
From the Stadtwelnkcller in llreiucn
10 Cases Wchloner Ansleoo,
Uaggago Express, SG.
llainc-H Hiop. All cxpto ige prompt,
ly attended to at reason iblc r.itt)i.i)Jlm
IN THE SUP'IBME COURT OF THE
Thomas II. Patiuisok,
Tin: Bank Kalakaua.
Whucas, in ccttnin proceedings In
Admiralty, brought by Thomas II. Pat.
ter-on, against tnc "Juris linuKaua," a
dicree and older of sido was mudo by
thu Hon. Eduntd Fusion, Justico of thu
Supn mu Court, dated:
In purMimcu of said dccieo I inn
diieclcd and coiniivinded by the snid
Honorable Edwin d Preston, Justice of
tho Supreinu C'onit, to sell oiihl bark
Knhikaua, her boats, tackle, apparel and
furniture at public auction:
Tlieicforc, nnti'c is hereby given that
tho said lurk Kiluknuii, bnr bonis,
tackle, nppirel and furniture will be
told at public auction to the highest
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
whei'3 Mic now stands nt her moorings
in the sticnm in the poit of Honolulu.
TERMS CASH. Deeds nt expense of
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Honolulu, March S3, 1887. 02td
No chance in the rales for Iho
Use of Telephones
U comtcniplalod'by the
07tf Secreiiiiy and Treasurer.
II. If AOKFELD & Co.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Alstract of Tlllo
Furnished, and Coimymiccii
Drawn on slum notice.
Collodion Agency. Mu. JOHN GOOD,
.In , Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. 51 11. F. MARCOS,
Gcnoral Business Agency. No. 33 Mer
llcll Telephone) 3 IN..' O.ox415.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT. cornor Pensacola
nnd Luualiln Sis, which can bu
divided into two or moro building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
1051 Of West, Dow & Co.
sizes u... .1. . -I......
'mlim.11111 Kim.' ms in
y)-&rKi&J !,, f Hammer's
iarsils Mice ol' Mi
Bell Tel. 112.
Mutual Tel. 072.
Campbell Block, Horchant St..
leal Estate Agents, Etc.,
OHIco lo Lol. I'riwito ofllcc, handsomely
lilted, water convenience', ele, I'art
of J. K. Brown & Co.'s premises, Mer
chant Stiect: with desk loom outsldo
for a clerk. Suitable for n notary or
a lawyer. Rent, with office furnltuie,
$12 per mouth.
To Ron!. A Cottao on Lllilia St., with
balcony up stabs, 4 looms. Recently
To Ronl A 5-room Cottngc, cornor.I.lllhn
and School tts.l in excellent order;
good bcalltyj ltunt,820 mouth.
To Rent Sninll Cottage on Lllllm street,
near School st; mil 12.
Rooms lo Rent Furnislieil in tlio best
Rooms lo Ronl. Four very handsomely
fm nlshcd looms In larg'c hinifc; well
bitimtcd on Nuuniiu Avenue. Kent
lit u month each.
To Lot. Cottago at Walklkl, this side of
Long Uiidgc. Cont ilusG good rooms,
bath, kitchen, stables, ciuriago house,
,V etc.. etc Re. t 30. Will bo vacaut
on lGili of present month
To Lot. The house nnd grounds situated
Hi inuuiiiiu iweutii1, lccontiy occupied
by A. J. Cariwiiglil, Jr., Eq. Rent
To Lot. A doomed Cottnge, with Car.
riago House anil Out house', Nuunnii
Avenue, neir Government reservoir,
iibovo litu Queen Dov.uger Enimu's
place, with i.bout 2 acrt'3 of laud 2 if
inllo-t from taw u. Kent 1G per month
To Let. Adoomed Cctingc, witli kitchen
attached ; upper end of Nuunnu
Aicntic, oppo-ito " Valley Homo," in
cwrllciil older. Bath and water con
oui nres. Bunt SIS.
To Let. Shop w indow with space behind,
in olllceH occupied by J. E. Drown &
Co. Suitable for Jeweler's rhop or
Notury's ofileo. Rent veiy moderate.
House and Lot for Salo. Very desirable
residence on Berctnuln Street. The
liousu contains -1 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, l'autiy, Kitchen and
Bnlluooui. Mosquito proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. 117 Ic sold eicaf.
Tor Salo A charming residence
on Kinau street, containing 2 bed.
rouns, parlor, dining loom, kltciieu,
bath, Ac. Gulden lmnt and back;
uirriiigu house, btables and servant's
For Salo. A busbies? (restaurant) in
center of city. Owner leaving on nc
count ot ill Health. A splendid chance
for (ncigtnic man. For particulars
apply to J E. Brown is Co
For Salo or Lcaso -With immediate pes
session, that valuable estate known as
tlio NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situated in tlio Nuuami Valley. 2'
miles Irom the city, and undoubtedly
tho most eligible slto for n milk or
milk and butler dniiy in this Kingdom.
'Ilia above splendid properly maybe
had on cay tei ms.
Wanted lo Rent. A Cottage, containing
four or live rooms. Must bo in good
locality, rnd wlliiln tin or fifteen
inlnules' walk of Post Ofllcc.
Situations wanted by
And othor clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
Music every Saturday Night.
THOMAS 153. WjVXJL.,
1(101 Pioprlctor. lyr
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X ndveitisc in tho Daily llui.i.im.v,
A JAPANESE NUUHE GIRL TO
look after ono child. Apply to
07 .1.10. BROWN & CO.
Furnished Cottago for Rent.
rpiIE COTTAGE ON BERETANIA
JL street, now occupied by Z. IC.
Myeis, will ha rented lor a short lime
to a desirable tenant at a low late. En
quiront J. 11. Super's Stationery Store,
Merchant Street. '03 Iw
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON BERE
tnnla Street, ndjoining tho
rcsidenco of Mrs. Morean.
Cotlngu contains 5 rooms with kitchen,
Elc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS & CO.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
X klkl, nt pret-ent occupied by G. D.
Frecth. Apply ntolllcoof
FKEETII & PEACOCK,
1512 If 2.1 Nuu.inu street.
800,000 TO LOAN!
THE imilerslgiud havo Slxly Thous.
mid Dollars to loan, in sums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, TIIUIibTON ,vj KINNEY,
IDimt CO Fort Stiect, Honolulu,
Aiiiilraliiiii Mail Service
FOIt SAK VltAXG'ISCO,
The now-; and lino A lasted steamship
Of Iho OeeiinlcSlcamsliip Company, will
bu due ut Honolulu Irom Sidney
and AucMntid on "i about
April 9th, ,1887,
And will leave for the above port with
mails and pnsscugeis on or about that
For Height or pasauc, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Audits.
lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Btcnnifhlp Coinp my, w ill
bu due at Honolulu fiom Sin
Francisco ou or about
April 16th, 1887,
And will liavo prompt dbpntch wllli
mails and nntsongeis for tho nliovu ports.
For 1 1 iiighl or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
1:7 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Carriage; nt nil bouts, day nnd night.
Soddlo Ron os, Buggies, Wagonettes ui.d
Village Cirfs witn stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A fow Horbcp, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts nnd Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone !)2, or apply to
MlIiES & MAYIiEY.
Facie Carriage Go.
Telephone 419, both Companies.
OFFICE AND CARRIAGE STAND:
Coruer Queen & Xoi-t St.
In tuls Company
nro owned by
who will en.
dcavor to do
their best to
batiffy their pa
lions by civility
C. Buchanan, 129.;
W. Mooro, - 200. :
N. Polorson, 201.
; G. Baker, 89. i
J. Brown, 193.:
I N. Doylo, - - GO. i
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner ot'Ximauii A, Hotel Mtrcetn.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457.
Tills Cnrriogo Compnny lias been re
cently organized, and guaranlees ti
furni-h good conveyances, trustworthy
driven, mil will make no extortionate
All calh will bo promptly attended to.
For n Coui'Me of 8 L-eHNont,
Sufficient to get tlio pupil to reading and
writing Pnonography, 8(1.00.
For a Complcto Kleiucittnry
Of Twenty.four Lesson, 818.00.
For tlio Iteiioi'tiuj; Course,
tho pupil, with piopor exertions on his
pari, a Piaoticnl Rijioitcr, $75. Or.
Reporting I.esons may bo taken In
Courses of Tuuiity.four Lesons, for
818 per Comve. Threo Courses, or
soventy.two Leb-ons, will geneially suf.
'1 his Instriu lion may bo taken by mail.
For particulars enquire ut THIS OF-F10K-
Electric louse Bells!
Put in Stores, lloiuw, Si rvnnts' Out-lio.i-cs-,
Burglar Alarms !
At rciibonable rates. For further
particulars cull on
Mini una JiOohnmltli, '
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