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from the Kingdom.
CURTIS P. IAUKKA,
Governor of Oahu.
Office of Governor of Oahu,
April Uth, 18S7. 00 lw
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SATURDAY. APRIL 1G. 1887.
THE ONE THINC NEEDFUL.
A communication in yesterday's
Buixktik, under the heading of
"What we need first of all," con
tains matter which, by natui e of its
inherent soundness, entities it to
special notice. Our correspondent
makes the point that the great defi
ciency of this country is roads, and
that therefore special energy should
be exerted to supply the Jack. This
is a point consistently maintained by
this paper, from its commencement
up to the present time. The natural
beauties of the country are largely
concealed, because lliere sire no
roads by which to reach them, and,
what is more important from a utili
tarian standpoint, the country's re
markable resources nd capabilities
remain dormant, for the same rea
son. In our opinion, the public
policy adapted to the needs of this
country should contain as its first,
its main, its greatest, its one over
shadowing clause, the construction
of roads, for opening its inaccessible
parts and developing its hidden re
sources. Immigration and repopu
latlon not to mention army, navy,
and foreign diplomacy in the same
connection arc secondary, very
secondary, to this. After providing
for tho public health, education, and
the necessary civil list, three-fourths
of tho revenue, perhaps nine-tenths,
should be expended on roads. Un
fortunately the national treasury is
controlled by men who have neither
the brains nor the experience to
understand and appreciate this.
Talking supeitlcial twaddle, uiimic
ing the grand armies of Europe,
creating a tinker- aristocraoy, des
patching an imbecile embassy in
searclf of a donkey's nest, and stint
ting around in claw-hammer coats
and stovc-pipo tiles, looking as im
portant and autocratlo as tho emperor
of Russia, arc all within the scope
of thejr capabilities and aspirations j
but an intelligent and comprehend
elvo policy of internal development
and improvement is a long way out
side of tuo limits of cither. Roads
arc reproductive public works in Iho
most direct unci fullest sense of the
term. Thoy bring population, travel,
and enterprise ; and these prosperity
mid plenty; and these peace and
contentment. What n pity that our
great men cannot or do notauc these
facts, or seeing them, act as though
tbuy did not I Perhaps, as our cor
respondent suggests, a visit to
Geiinany might possibly open their
eyes and influence their future
action. It might, and then again it
might not. At all events, let us try
tho experiment, and pack them off,
boats, breeches, brutuagem, and all.
If they develop sm aptitude to learn,
they may be permitted to iclum.
If not, exclude them fiom tho coun
try for the country's good, with their
stiff necks firmly fastened under the
monster foot of Ilismarek I
The little passagc-at-arms between
our morning contemporaries, the
other week, over the government of
the country, has produced some
effect. It has revived the leilection
that the country is governed by men
singularly destitute of some of the
most essential requisites for dis
charging the responsibilities involved
in government. For example, tho
portfolios of Finance and Inlciior
embrace duties the discharge of
which necessitates the possession of
practical business ability by their
holders. What education, training,
or experience have those Ministers
hail, to lead to the supposition that
they possess this important qualifica
tion V None whatever. No disres
pect is intended to those gentlemen
personally. They arc extremely
nice people in their private capacity,
but it is hard to believe that their
past experience was sufficient to
confer the practical knowledge essen
tial to the large functions of minis
terial position. A fish thai is a very
expert fish in the water and a veiy
nice fish served in a dish, would be
rather awkward presiding at table.
Men who are brought up as dealers
in small wares arc ultci ly lost when
confronted with questions involving
large ideas and a wider scope of
intellectual perceptions, and dare
not face them.
Vc are indebted to Mr J. F.
Noble, freight clerk of the steamer
Kiiuui, for the following items of
news, gathered along the steamer's
The brigantine Hazard is again
in port after a passage of 21 days
down from San Francisco. She
brought si cargo of general mer
chandise and a number of draft
horses which attracted considerable
Rain lias really come and Hilo
people arc happy again.
Railroad excitement begins to wax
hot in Hilo. Mr. S. G. Wilder is
now on the ground and it is hoped
that work will not bo long delayed.
With a raiboad from Waipio and a
wharf in the Ice of Mokuola, where
tlie water is deep and calm, Hilo
will lie in a position to compel ip
cognition. Hilo is nearer to San
Francisco than Honolulu is, and
freights between here and .San
Francisco nro less than freights be
tween here and Honolulu. Then
why should not this become a port
of some consequence?
The brig W. II. Meyers was
coming into Hilo as the steamer
Kinau was going out at 2 r. m.
Thursday, the Uth iust. She has a
cargo of lumber for Kau.
Rain full in copious showers all
day Thursday, which relieved the
monotony of tho long dry spell.
A party of planters have been
here this week, inspecting the work
ing of Mr. Young's new cleaner for
cane juice, and wcro very favorably
impressed with wjint they saw.
The mills in the district are al
grinding, and the output of sugar is
The event of the season was the
landing of the Hon. S. G. Wilder,
with a party of surveyors and labor
ers to commence work on the Hilo
The w eather has been remarkably
dry for a long lime, and unless rain
soon conies tho cane crop must
suffer. No such drought has been
experienced for some years, and the
planters aic becoming anxious.
A very pleasant party was given
at tho Kolmla Club rooms on Thurs
day night, the proceeds of which
went towaids defraying the expenses
of u memorial window in the Eng
Halawa and Star Mills have shut
down foi u time ; the other mills
arc working. Kolmla Mill will finish
grinding in about six weeks with si
Considerable sinoko from Moku
aweowco, but no fire.
This district is under stiict
quarantine. No new cases of small
pox have developed as j et.
The consumption of alcohol in
England has decreased 30 per cent,
in the last ton years.
Fifty years ngo it was a capital
offence for a Chinese to bo a Chris
tian. Missionaries arc now permit
ted to proselytize in all parts of the
Since the abolition of the French
law requiring a license for wine shops
in 1880, tho number has increased
NEW CANDY STORE
CHARLES LUDWIQSEN (latu foio.
man of George Haas) and ALBERT
(IRON wish to inform the public tliul
they will open a Hrst-class Candy Fac.
No, 66 HOTEL STREET,
About Thuisday, April 21st, with a fine
French and llomo-nmdo Candles, Novelties,
and Fancy Boxes. 12 lw
NEW GOODS !
Received ex "Alameda," including
n fresh supply of
Kid moves, Binns,
SC &C &
J. T. Waterhouse,
Queen and Fort Street Stores.
la l w
H. HACKFELD & GO.
Have just opened cases of
All Hogckin and Half Hogskin,
In Sydney ami English Style?, which
they offer to iho Trade at
llboial prices. 1!) lw
Mortgagee's Notice of In
tention to Foreclose.
TVfOTlOU IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i.1 hi accord tiico with a power of sale
contained in a certain moitgago deed,
diitcd the 18th day ol' March, ltSO, Hindu
by Alo, of Honolulu, in the Wand of
O.ihti to Shar York, of tho suae place,
and leconled in tho olllco tf thu RgN.
liar of Conveyance.) In Liber 100 on
pages 107 and 188, and for a bicarh of
conditions in said inoilgiigc contained,
to.wit: tins non-payment thereof. All
and singular the premises described in
faid mortgage deed will after tho time
limited by law bo sold at public auction
The property lo be told under tho iald
power of sale is all of tho right, titlo
and Interest of tho tald Alo in rind to a
certain lenso of land situated at Kaulu,
Nuuuiiu, Honolulu, made by ,T. It
Knuiiamano lo euld Alo and iccordcd
in Liber (!) on pages Si'fi 0 7. Full par.
ticuliis in ly be had of Joan. Austin, tit
14 Kimlnimntiu stieet.
Sll Alt YORK,
By his Attorney, Jona. Austin.
Honolulu. Match 2:1, lc87. t !lt s
rpili: INTEREST OF JAMES H.
X CAS'ILE in tho llrm of Cattle &
Cooke, ceased on tho lirst Inst. All
liabilities of tho concern niu assumed
by tho leinaiuiug pinners.
CASTLE to COOKE.
Honolulu, April 1, 18)7. 01 ouil 01
LADY DESIRES A SITUATION
of tiust. 'Ihoioiiuhlv dnmesti-
cated. K. M.. General Post Olllcc.
For the Benefit of the British Benev
An Entertainment in aid of the funds
of thu Society will be glen at tlio
Monday, April 1 8th.
School of tho Vestals.
Lear and Cordelia.
The Magic Mil ror.
Tnu Gypsies' Encampment.
To conclude with the Sri earning Fuico,
"ON HIS LAST LEGS."
Felix 0'Callaglian..Mr. Godficv ISrown
Chailes Mr. V. Jlastings
HUorb Mr. 11. von Holt
ttr. Hanks Mr. A.T. Atklm.011
John Mr.i:. V liUhop
Mrs. Montaguu Miss King
Julia Mis. Strong
Doom open at 7:'!0.
Performance to commence at 8 p. m
,Bov Plan open at tho olllco of .I.E.
BROWN & CO., Monday, Apiil 18th, at
0 o'clock a. m. 11 at
NICE FURNISHED FRONT
ipom at No. 4 Garden Lnnc.01 1 w
lly order of MB. L. II. KERR, wo will
?ell at public auction,
On Monday, April! 8
Al 10 o'clock a. in., at our salesroom,
On a Liberal Credit to the trade,
a large and varlcdassortment of
Ucnt'H Neck Wear,
White & Colored LlneiiH,
100 Siuclc Suit Pieces !
AND PANTS LENGTHS.
Stir These goods arc all new, of the
latest patterns, were peisonally elected
by Mr. Kerr, and oiler a line opportu
nity to tho tiadc.
ssrruitMs at balk.
ADAMS & CO.,
EXTENSIVE CREDIT SALE OF
By order of n Prominent Importing
House 1 am instructed to oiler at Public
Auction, at my salcsionm on
MONDAY, APRIL 18th, '87
At 10 o'clock a. m.
A large and varkd assortment uf Tallois'
Diagonals, Doeskins, Moleskins,
PLAIN & PRINTED LININGS,
Linen and Cotton Drills,
And numerous oilier Goods appertain
ing to thu Hade.
Terms Iilticral, mid mmlc known at
time lit' huIc.
The ubovc are all choke, Fresh Goods,
manufiicluicd uxpicsly lor Hits market,
to which the auctioneer calls thu atten
tion of llic Trade.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
10 !iL Auctinuiir.
TK THE MWPKE3IE VOUKT
A. of tho Hawaiian Islands. In the
matter of O. T. AKANA, of Honolulu,
Oahu, by (or) against whom a petition
for adjudication was filed on liio 1-ilh
day of April, 1S37, In bald Couit. In
liauhiuptcy, befoio J mid, O. .1.
The lth day of April, 1S87.
Upon roiling the mi id petition, and
upon procf lieloic me taken, 1 do llnd
that the said C. T. Akana, ha become a
Bankrupt within the line intent and
mcnulng of thu Act approved 011 the
2!lth day of August, 1881, entitled "An
Act to ngnlatu piocccdiugs in Hank
luptcy iu Hut Hawaiian I)'ands "
And I do heieby declare and adjudge
lilni a bankrupt accoidingly.
And do f uither order that the credi
tors of tlio said banUuipt come in and
prove their dobts before such Justice ol
the Supiuinc Court as shall be fitting in
Cbnmbiri utAHiolaul Hale, Honolulu,
on THURSDAY, the L'lst day of April,
11:87, between the boura of 10 o'clock in
thu forenoon and noon of tlio mid day,
and elect one or more) assignee or as.
signets of the s ild b iiikrupt's estate.
And that notice thereof bu publiilicd
in tho ynwnfiau Gazette and D.MI.Y
Hui.lmin, newspapers publibbed iu Ho.
lioluju, in thu English laguguagu.
And that said banktupt tliall immo
dlately (lie with tlio (Jlerk of Ihit. Hon.
or.ible Court n fcbi'dule of his creditors
and insets as rujuir-d hv Ihn said Act.
1 hh'f .lu'llcu ol Ini' Mipieuie Court.
Altcbl: llUMa Smiiii,
Uipiiiv Cleik. UGt
II jou want a pice whiff, get somo of
5-CENT "YOUNG AMERICA,"
04 lvl Just arrived.
Ghas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Ilccords Searched, Abstract of Titlo
Fumisliul, and Conveyances
Drawn ou short notice.
Collection Aflcncy. Mit. JOHN GOOD,
Jn., Aulhoil7ed Collector.
Employment Agency. Mit. F. MABCOS,
Genoral Business Agency. No. !18 Mer
Hell Telephone) II IN. I. O, llox 415.
TVfRS. K. M. OLIPHANT,
Has removed to No. II Wellington Place,
School Street, tlio resldeiico of Mr. A.
Cock burn, opposite O. Along, Esu.
For Salo ox Lcasu.
ritHOSE PIIEMISE3 SITUATED ON
X Punnhou Street called "Kananllo.
lila," tho piopcrty of C. II. Juihl, aro for
salo or for leiibo for n term of years.
Fur paiticuhus inquire of
ALEX. J. OAimVWGIIT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 1K60. H0S
MY BHOTI1EH, V. 11. CASTLE,
holds my full power of attorney,
nnil will uct for mo in all intitlun of
business dining my absence lroin thu
Kingdom. J. B. OAsTLE.
Honolulu, Apiil 0, 1837. 01 cod (It
A JAPANESE NUU8E
TOB PRINTING of all kinds exc
V uutcd at tho Daily Bullliin OOlcc
H. HACKFELD & CO,
OXTX'-'IJIl ITOll 8A.Xi323
BAGS AND BAGGING. 3
And a largo variety of othor goods too numerous to mention.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Tlirrn tiro now rcgistuicJ at 'hoAgen,
cy, llook.keepcifl, rmglnccrs, Plantation
I.unas Carnmtcrs Hottlcrs, Cook,
Boys, etc., who arc seeking rniiiloynient,
ami m my of whom can fun, Mi iho I1031
of rcfurtnrcs if requiiul.
Valuable Ileal Estnlc In deslinble
lots for nilo or lt.T-e Convenient Col.
tnges to let on favorable (crnw.
Yet nnolhor Coltarjc to Lot or Lease for a
Term ol Years.
On Lllilia stieet.a short dittancc above
King; hue location 011 a gentle slope,
having llio full advantage of the valley
breezes; C07, convenient, well appoint.
I'd, laigujard. An opportunity not ol.
Still lliay como! Just 0110 moro Collago lo
Let or Lease for a Tor 111.
A two-story Cottage, fiitunted maknl
of I'mmliou, two and one-half nillca
fiom thel'ost Olllco; Mipplhd with all
the conveniences of a It xurlous home
Scrvaut'stpiarters; stable" and caniugo
lioiiko Ailc-im well on the primes.
All iu perfect ordei.
For Sale A lare cliauoo for a ltnuch-
111.1U if smnll capital is now ulluied
lor unli. All the nppiirtJi'Uiicta of a
thrifty, piolilnhlc laueh, iioiscs,
cittlc, miilca, bogs, "-bcip. Icolsi, etc.,
etc., nccesMiry for Imm dlilu work,
nie on the pVi'inibcs. Mcludulo and
full particulars given on application
lo the Agency.
To Let Thu' veiy coinmrdlous home,
nlejd known r,s ' Fair VIu.v,'' on the
Hank of Punchbowl Hill; fully nf
pointed In eviyy icp.ci hoalihy air;
liiHgnilleent view; convenipiit locic
Hon. This is a 1 are opportunity for
a piivate Intnily to sicuro a beautiful
homo on moderate terms.
To Lot. A convenlonlly located 1 room
Coltagowitb hiih-roim and kitcbi'ii,
buivaul'n (pianurs, stable and cirriage
shed; water laid on; nbout of' a
mllu from the Post OH cu on iho Pa.
bum n ad. Thu pruniaes have latrly
been put lu lliorongli upilr and newly
Tho Old Corner (Nolto's) (or Calo 011 rca
souable terms. Aiutu ('nance for in.
A Lodying Cslabllslimon! conveniently lo
cated, p tying huiiehomulv, to be had
ut a I at gain.
Full pii titulars given upon applica
tion ut tho Agony,
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Kelt Telephone Rlh. I. O. Ilox 415.
To the Volcano!!
Tho STEAMER KINAU will mako
nn excursion ta the Volcano, on
Monday, April 18th.
Early applications foi tickets Uiould
be made to Olllco of
WILDEIt'S STEAMSHIP CO.
J. Williams' Photographio Gallery,
0(171 ' FOKT STHKET
DUltlNG MY 'ABSENCE FHOM
this Kingdom, .Mr. W. F. Allen
will act for mu under full power of at
torniy. And my brother. A. Wills, will
I'uiry ou my business at Ihn stnrn at Pa
Pahala, April 0, 1897. 07 lw
A LL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS
v. ol any kind iigilnsltliQUiidcisign'
cd aro heieby noiWlid lo prc-cnl (he
simo, pinpeily attcMed, lo Geo. S.
Houuhiailiiig m tho "B i) Iloise" Saloon,
on Hotel ttrcel, Honolulu, within Biv
days fiom Ihls Kilt d ly of April, lb87, or
tliey will bo forovor haired.
Honolulu, Api 11 !), 1SS7. COO (it
800,000 TO LOAN!
THE undersign! d bave Sixty Thous.
mid Dollar' lo lo in, lu sums of not
less than onu thoiiKiud dollais upon
SMlTH.'TIIUHsrON & KINNEY.
ICOJlf CO Foil Street, Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A'SERVANT,
X utlvcrtiso In the Daily Bvllmi.v,
vi v ft.i v w v
Bell Tel. 112. Mutual Tel. U73.
P. O. Box 107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campboll Block, Merchant St',
liiil Estate Agents, lie,
Offer the fellowinK:
To Lot. Shop in new biick building on
King Btrcii, near Nuuaiui, next to
Chluco Nowb Co.'s olllccs. Hcnt veiy
Office lo Lot. Private office, lintirlsr mcly
lilted, water convenience, etc. Part
of J. K. Uiown it Co.'i. premises, Mer.
clmiil Street; with desk room ouisldc
foraclcik. Suilable for a notary or
a lawyer. Hcnt, with olllcc furniture,
$U per month.
Rooms to Rent Fuinishcd
loudUies. in the Lest
nooms io itoni, rour very nniuuomelv
fin UHbeel "looms in largo home; well
situated on Niiuaiiu
$ir a niontli each.
To Lot. The house and grounds situated
iu Nuu.uiu Avenue, icccuily occupied
by A. J. (Jumviight, Jr., Esep Rent
v cry moderate.
To Let. A fi-ioonicd Cottage, with Car.
liigu lloiisuaml Outhouse, Nuuanu
Avoiuii', neir O'oveiuinsut rccrvolr,
iiIdvu litu Qift-n Dowager Einmn's
plate, with iihotit 'i acres of land ijjf
nine mini vnwn. cni io per monin.
To Lol. A Ctnomcd Collage, with kitchen
lUtacbtd; upper end of Nuuanu
Avenue, oppo-itu "Valley Home," In
cvcdlcnt older. L'uih and water con.
eni uces. Rent SIC.
To Leh Shop wiudow with pacc behind,
iu olllces cccipied by J. E. Brown &
Co. Suitable for Jeweler's nhop or
Notiuy's olllcc. Runt veiy mtdoiatc.
Kouso aad Lot lor Salo. Very deslralle
ics!deiicu on Beietniiin Street. The
h ui'U contains 4 Ikdreoms, Parlor,
Dlning.iooin. l'anliy, Kitchen and
l!u In ooin, Mosipilto proof. House
ntvv and well built.
Lot 100 by 100 feet with privilege tf
buying next lot. Will be sold clicaf.
For Sale A dimming rcsielcnee
ou Kinau bticel, containing 2 bed.
ioi lus. parlor, elinlng room, kitchen
lalb, iV:c. Gulden font and back;
caiiiago house, sialics and servant's
For Salo. A busincsi (restaurant; in
ci nter of city. Owner leaving on nc
eountnt ill iieallh. A 8 li'iuliu chance
for ent"g)iie man. Tor particular
a ply to .1 E. Biown & Co.
For Salo or Lease -Willi immediate pes.
bcbalon, that valuable estate known as
the NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
sliuaud in thu Xuunmi Valley, "iy,
miles fiom the city, and undoubtedly
tlio mot eligible situ for a milk or
milk ai.el butler ilniiy In thisKingdom.
Ihnnbove Kplencllil proj eriy maybe
ni,ii on laty lurma.
Situations wanted by
And oilier clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
!!S Merchant Street.
L J. FISHELS
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X luivertUo in tho Daily Uullkiw,
Australian Mail Service
FOlt SAW I JHAXCISCO,
Tho cow and tine Al Heel stearciklp
Of thoUcennloStcanuhlpCompeny. wlil
Le duo ut Honolulu from Sydney
and Auokland on fi- about
May 5th, 1887,
And will leave for the above port with
mails and passengers on or about that
Kor freight or pasagc, having BU.
PEUIOU ACCOMMODATIONS, npply
WM. 0. IEWIN & CO., Affenti.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The mw ami ilr.u Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sail
Francisco on or nbout
April 15th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dh patch with
mulls and passengeis for ihoauovo port".
For lrulghl tr papsagit, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WH. G. IRWIN & CO., Ajrents.
At the lowest figure, of the finest (jua!
Warranted genuine, mada of the pure
juice only and guarantcel to stand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deterinrato In quality for any
number of years. Largo quanillies ex.
ported eveiy year, by bomn nt llio larg.
i-st commercl il llrms of this city, to dlf.
fercnl parts of llio United S ates and.
the German Empire.
MANUfACTUKKD AT TnK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
Xi:HlalllMlicil in 180U.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xuunmi and Fort Hts.
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
BOOTS & SHOES?
Begs to Infoaii tho public, that he ha
juii returned from S.inFiuncisco.Vhcre
ue (ciecieu au
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes.
Ladies' Fine French Kid Shoe,
Men's Fino Roots and Shoes,
Children's Elegant Shoes
and a line lot of
IXI'AXTH' 1IROX2RK HKiIPPKRS.
0.) Xo. 1.1 Xiiunnu Htrcet. lm
Carriages at all Iiouib, dpy and night.
Padello llorfe., Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carta witu stylish and gentle,
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Uncles, Open nnd Top Buggies,
Carts mid Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 33, or apply to
JI1LKS &, HAltXEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner orXuuumi A Hotel Htrcet.
EING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Carriage Company has been re
cently oi'ganied, and guarantees to
furnl-h good conveyances, trustworthy
drivers, anJ will maku no extortionate
AH calU will bo promptly attended to.
COTTAGES TO LET.
nPHREE NICE COTTAUE8, PART
X ly furnihhed, and mitable for
housekeeping, uro to ht at Walklki.
Apply lo ALLEN HERBERT, or to this
A FURNISHED 'COTTAGE AT
Waikiklj beautiful fhado trees,
and Hun ten bathlnc Apply to
10" '-'"' L.S.OUNHA.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE 1 0 T, corner Pemacola
and Lunalllo h'ta , which can bo
divided Into two or more building loU.
Enquire of G. WEST.
1031 Of West, Dow & Co.
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