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His Excellency A. Horn will act as
Governor of Oiihu during my nbuee
from the Kingdom.
CUKTIS P. IAUKEA,
Governor of Oahu.
Office of Governor of Oahu,
April 11th, 1887. 00 lw
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DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
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: : Mei chant Street,
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Plidged to neitbor Beet tor Party.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY. APRIL 18. 1887.
One year ago to-day occurred the
great lire that devastated a large
portion of the most densely popu
lated part of Honolulu. The event
is fresh in tho memory of most of
ns, and extremely frcbh in the
memory of some. Marks of the
destroying element still remain, but
most of the area is now covered with
new buildings greatly superior to
those devoured by the Haines, and
some of them are among the finest
business edifices in tho city. On
tho ashes of ruin has risen a new
and better Honolulu. Many poor
unfortunates lost their all. Nut the
aid of Government and the open
handed Morality of tho community
lightened their trouble ns much as
possible. Good has come out of the
evil, and wc now have a clean,
healthy, and sightly Chinatown,
where filth, squalor, and disease
nurseries existed before. The natives,
whose custom it in to commemorate
all anniversaries, of deaths and
calamities as well as of births and
joyful occasions, by festive gather
ings, are to-day celebrating the (irst
anniversary of the great fire. Several
feasts have taken place during the
day, and several others are coming
off this evening. It is at least cause
for rejoicing that the city has been
able to recover so far, with so little
derangement of its trade and com
merce. THE CAUSE OF CHARITY.
The appearance of tho box plan
of the Opera House, at Messrs. J.
E. Brown & Co.'s office, for to
night's entertainment In atd of the
Britisli Benevolent Socloty, gives
assurance of quite an addition to
tho Society's funds. Most of tho
reservablc seats have been already
reserved. Wo aro glad of it, bc
causo tho object of tho Society is to
help tho needy nnd relieve tho dis
tressed, and it is much in need of
money for those purposes. Every
body who buys a ticket is contri
buting to a benevolent cause, and
we fervently hope the community
will turn out in strong force to
night, and fill the house jam full.
It is no flattery to say that the
Honolulu people arc digitally gen
erous nncl liberal, but the tincm
bolliohcd record of u plain und i-
cognited fact. Neither iIops their I
libotnlily run in narrow channels,
nor conllnc itself within sectional
limits or national barriers. Al
though the residents of almost
every foreign nation represented
here havo thoir own benevolent fund
for helping the needy of their own
nnlionnlity, yet the people of every
nation, country, nnd religions be
lief, cheerfully lend a helping hand
whenever and by whomsoever ap
pealed to. The appeal of the Hi I-
tlsh Benevolent Society, which of
late has had special demands on its
funds by unfortunate Britishers, is
being liberally responded to by the
purchasers of tickets for to-night,
and wc confidently predict that many
more will be on hand shortly after
the opening of the doors, to contri
bute thoir quota. Jt may be here
added that the contiibutors arc not
only helping the work of charity,
but are usotucd of an immediate
return of an equivalent for their
money in an evening's enjoyment.
A SYSTEM BETTER ABOLISHED.
The recent advance upon the liook
ngont.s by the olllcial forces of the
kingdom, compelling the payment
of a licence fee for the privilege of
selling books, is regarded by tho
two classes most interested, the
visiting vendors and the regular
book-sellers, with directly opposite
feelings the latter with approba
tion nnd the former with disap
proval. It is natural enough that it
should be so, for tho self-interest of
cacli is differently affected by the
act. hooked at from a disinterested
and impartial standpoint, it must be
confessed that it is neither just nor
fair that a visiting agent should be
accorded immunity from the pay
ment of taxes which arc imposed
upon those permanently established
as importers and sellers of the same
class of article. The same may be
said with equal truth and force of
other lines of business, in which
considerable trading is done from
tunc to time by persons fiuctunting
between here and San Francisco.
Reverting back to the book agents,
a portion of the general public, re
garding them as a kind of annoying
nuisance, rather given to intrusions
upon tho precincts of privacy, would
levy upon them double or treble
fees, as a prohibitive provision;
while another class of the public,
more bookish in taste and inclina
tion, recognises the book-agent as
a medium through whom to secure
new and desirable books not procur
able f lorn local book-sellers, and
therefore considers the restrict ion
of a licence fcc-as an cmb.tigo on
tho increase of knowledge discredit
able to tho government of the coun
try. Tho rational view of the ques
tion is this: if tho law commands
the payment of a fee for the privi
lege of selling, the law should be
enforced upon all alike, and the
itinerant vendor, who is hero to-day
and away to-morrow, should cor
tainly not be allowed advantages
denied to those living in the coun
try and regularly contributing to
the revenue by which its govern
ment is maintained. In the recent
action of the authorities, just now
alluded to, the particular parties
proceeded against have, however,
a reasonable grievance on account of
the manner in which they were treat
ed. They were ignorant of tho law,
and excusably ho, considering that
many before them had pursued tho
same n vocation, unmolested, nnd
unprotected by a government docu
ment. They solicited and sold
openly and publicly, knowing that
others had done tho same, and be
lieving that they had a perfect right
to do so. Suddenly and without
warning, they were pounced upon
like criminals, dragged intothoPolico
Court, and charged with the breach
of a law which had never before
been enforced, and which the police
authorities themselves had only just
then discovered tho existence of. It
was an easy matter and would have
cost nothing, to havo civilly caution
ed these, strnngers that tlioy were
outsido of the regulations, and were
called upon to pay the regular fee
that is required of other traders.
This probably would have saved the
innocent offenders from tho dis
agreeable experience of tho 1 lico
Comt, and would have reflected
more credit for civil and gentle
manly procedure on the police au
thorities. But our, object in again
recurring to this btibject is to ex-
press the opinion that our entire
licensing 9ystcm, in so far ns It re
lates to those branches of business
which furnish tho necessities and
requirements of civilized life, would
ho better abolished thnn retained.
That tho sale of all mich articles as
arc purely nnd admittedly luxuries,
and particularly tho'o whoso use is
liable to produce injury, should bo
regulated by licence, nnd if per
mitted at all bo made to pay tribute
to the public revenue, is le.ullly
conceded. But the law which com
pels the payment of a large fee for
permission to sell a bag of flour, or
a suit of clothes, or a family bible,
savors loo strongly of the tyrannical
and oppressive lcstrictions from
which the old world is happily
emerging, and against which the
spirit of fieedom revolts. Our
licence bystein and our passport
system are about on a par, and one
of the first acts of an enlightened
and progressive legislature would
bo to abolish both.
Ureflit Auction Sale!
By oi cr of 31K. L. B. KKHK, wo will
sell at public auction,
On Tuesday, April 19
At 10 o'clock a. in., at our salesroom,
On n Ijiburnl Credit to the trade,
a largo and varied assortment of
cnt'H Nerk Wear,
White A Colored liiiiciix,
100 Singlo Suit Pieces !
AND PANTS LENGTHS.
Ctif These goods nru nil new, of the
latest pattcrnt!, were personally selected
by Mr. Kerr, and offer u line oppoi tit
nity to the trade.
E3TTEUMS AT SALE.
ADAMS & CO.,
By order of W. C PARKE, Assignee
Estnto of Jacob Lyoin, wo will sell at
Public Auction, on
Tuesday, ApriS 19th
At 12 o'clock noon,
ii SHAKES OF
tnal Tel. Go's M!
car THUMB cash. -a
ADAMS & CO.,
A FIRST-CLASS TAILOR AND
Cutter by an impotting house.
1!) lw Adc rc,ll , liuM.ivn.v Oi ricu.
ANAMATEUU DRY-PLATE PIIO
graphic oullli. Apply at J. WD.
LIAMS'GALLEUY, Fort Street. Ulilt
MY SON, W. E. HOWELL, HAS
full power of attorney to art for
me during my nbtonco from the King,
dom. M. J. KOWKI.L.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Hawaiian Jockey Club will be
held iicm Monday Evening, April 23th,
nt the Hawaiian Hotel, at 7:20 o'clock,
when tlm adoption of new Hy.lnwa,
littles and Regulations will lie con.
bidtrcd. O. O. BEHGElt,
Any pcr.'oiu aught liep isslng w itliin
the enclosure of thu
or breaking, or In any wuy d imaging,
tlie fences, gates, locks, or buildings will
J NO. II. BROWN
By older of tho Hawaiian Jockey
April 18, 1887. 13 lw
H, HACKFELD & CO,
Have just opened cases of
All IIogBkin and Half Hogskin,
In Hydney anil EnglUh Styles, which
they offor to tho 'Undo nt
llboial pilcw. 13 lw
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
ID colums. $2 per annum.
EXTENSIVE CREDIT SALE Q?
Will he continued
April 19th. at 10 a. in.
Hay at Auction
To-morrow, Tuesday, April 19
At 13 noon, at my salesrooms, I will
fell at Public Auction,
100 Bales GlDln Gala. Say
Just landed in ptimo older
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
13 It Auctioneer.
S?or tho Bonofit of tho British Benev
An Entertainment in aid of the funds
of the Society will be gien at tho
Monday, April IBih.
School of tho Vesinls.
Leir and Cordelia.
Tho .Ingio Mirror.
Tne Gypsies' Encampment.
'To conclude with tins Screaming Fiuce,
"ON HIS LAST LEGS."
.Mr. Godfrey Urown
Mr. F. i lusting
Mr. 11. von Holt
..Mr. A. T. Atkinson
....Mr. K. F Bishop
Doors open at It'JO.
Performance lo commence at 8 p. m
Uov Plan open at the otllco of J. 15.
IJKOWN & CO., Monday, Apt 11 ltilh, at
!) o'clock n. in. 11 lit
NEW GANDY STOI
UHAHM'.S LUDWIOSEX (late foie.
inn n of Gunge linns) nncl ALUBHT
CltON wlshlo Inform the j ubllo tint
they will open a fli'aU:la-.g Candy Fac
No. 66 HOTEL STREET,
About ThurMl ly, Apul 2Kt, with a tine
Fronch and Komo-mado Candies, Novoltics,
and Fancy Boxos. 12 lw
Received ex "Ahimcln,'' including
a fresh supply of
J. T, Waterliouse,
Queen and Poi t Street Stores.
X of Hie
llnvvailiin I-ihiuds. In the
matter of C. T. AKANA, of Honolulu.
Ouliii, by (or) against whom a petition
for adjudication wiir filed on tlie 14th
day of April, 18d7, in said Court. In
Bankruptcy, before Judd, C. J.
Tho 14th day of April, 1887.
Upon leading tho tnid petition, nnd
upon proof hotoro me taken, I do find
that the said O. T. Akann, has become a
Binkrupt within the true intent nnd
meaning of thu Act approved on the
SUth day of August, 1884, entitled "An
Act to icgalate pioeeediugs in Bunk,
ruptey In the ilawuilau Lhimls "
And I do hereby declare and adjudge
him a bankrupt accordingly.
And do further oidcr tli.it the credi
tors of tho said hnnkiupt couio In and
prove their debts before bucli .lustlee of
tlie Supremo Com t as shall be hitting In
Chambers at Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu,
on THURSDAY, tho 3Ut day of Apill,
1887, between the bonis of 10 o'clock in
tho forenoon ami noon of tho mid day,
and elect one or more assignee or as.
signces of the said bankrupt's cMnto.
"And Unit notice thereof bo published
ill tho Hawaiian Gazelle and Daily
Bci.i.uiiN, newspapers publlbhed In Ho.
nolulu, in the English l.iguguagc.
And Unit suid bankrupt bliall I in mo.
(Mutely lllo with tho Clerk pf this Hon.
orablc Court a schedulo of his creditors
and assets ns required by the said Act.
A. P. JUDD,
Chief Justice of tne Supremo Court.
Attest: llKNnv Smith,
Deputy Cleik. 11 fit
BROTHER. W. R. CASTLE.
holds mv fuiliiowo'of llttOIIKV.
and will a t for me in all matters of
business during my nhsenco fiom the
Kingdom. J. B. CATTLE.
Honolulu, Apill G, 1887. 01 cod tit
A JAPANESE NURSE GIUI, TO
XX look" after ono eh. Id. Apply to
J.:. BROWN & CO.
JOB PRINTING ol all kinds exe
cuted at tho Daily Bui.luuk Olllco
H. HACKFELO & CO.
BAGS AND BAGGING.
And a large variety of other goods too numerous to mention,
General Business Agency.
Sklllod anil Unskilled Ulior'Furnlslicd.
There nrc now recisteie I nt "ho Aaen.
ry, Uook-ki'tpeis, Enjtlniei, l'luitaiinn
Lun ii, Ciirnmlei, llobtloip, Cooks,
Hoys, etc.. who are reeking employment,
ami many of whom can fumlm the bcsl
of relereneei if rujuliul.
Valuable Heal Estate In desirable
lots for Fide or leac Convenmit Col.
tngc-i to let on favor.iblo terms.
Yet another Collago lo Lot or Lcaso lor a
lorm ol Years.
Oo Llliha street, a nuori distaneo above
King; lino location on a geiillo hlopo,
haxiuj the full advantage of thu valley
lreiv.es, to.y, convenient, well appoint
ed, huge yard. An opportunity nol of.
Still they conic! Just ono moro Cottmjo lo
Lot or Leaso for a Term.
A two story Cottage, slttrilcil inalial
of l'tiiinboii, two and nnc-lrilf miles
from tho PoU Office; supplied with all
thu coiiMMilcnces if n li stirlous home
Servant's (pmrterh; Kt'iblc-. and eanligo
hoii-o Arte-1'iu well on the preinUis
All In perfect order.
For Solo. A rnie ehaiico tm a ltanch.
nrui 'i miihII capital i3 now ottered
furradi. All the aiipurUMianci'- of a
Ihriltv, ptotlmblc l-.ineh, horbu,
cattle, mulct, hogs, thi'i p. tools, etc.,
etc., iiecft.ary for limn dlitu woik,
in u on the premises MJitdulo and
full pnrtlcul us given on application
lo tho Agency.
To Let That very conuni dioui home
ste.ul known is ' Fair Vie-.," on the
think ot Punchbowl Hill s iulla
polnted in cury reaped; healthy air;
uingnitlcent view; convenient locu
tion. This Is ninrooiporiunlty lor
ii piivutu iii'iilly to secure u beautiful
home on moderate lenii1'.
Tho Old Corner (Nollo's) lor Sale on ita.
toii'ililo leims. A into chance for In.
A Lodging Eslablishmsnl conveniently lo.
nti"d, p lying haiidtoiiieiy, to bu had
!t t I'.llgilill.
Full p'trlicuhiM given upon npplica
tion at the .'jui.iy,
No. 30 Mcicliant Street, Honolulu.
Hell 'iVli'Dlionr MH. I. O. Box 41.1.
tho Volcano ! !
The STBAMKIl KINAU will imiko
nn c.vumio i f) the Volcano, on
Monday, April ISih.
Knily applications for tickets i-hould
bo nudo to Oftleo of
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
J, Williams' Photographic- Gallery,
0l!7t PORT KIKKET
DURING MY ABSENCU FROM
this Kingdom, .Mr. W.P.Allen
will net for me under full power of nt
loiney. And my brother. A. Wills, will
carry on mv business at the store nt.l'a
hull. ' T O. WILLS.
Pallida, Apill 0, 1837. 07 lw
DURING JIY ABKNCR FROM
tlm Kingdom Mr. 55 ICMyeifWlll
have full ehugo ot my lmilno.
Honolulu April 18S7. 07 lw
A LL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS
l of i.ny kind ngiinn iliuundeislgn
cd aro hereby nolllled lo present the
Bimo, propoi ly altested, lo Geo. 8.
Houuhtallliigulthol'Bi) llniso" Saloon,
on Hotel t-trcet, llnnn ulu, within six
days from this Oth diy of Apiil, 1887, or
they will bu foiovor Inured.
G. W. IIOUGHTAII.ING.
Honolulu, Apiil !), 18S7. 00U (it
SfiO,00( TO LOAN!
rpiIE underslgu'd hnvo Slty Thous.
X an I Dollars lo lo m, in sums of not
Ion than one thniu'ind dolluis upon
.SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
IfiOJtf fiO Poit Stieet, Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
JL ndveitUo In tlie Daily Bui.i.ki i.v,
lloll Tel. 112.
Mutual Tel. 873.
Campbell Slock, Merchant St-,
leal Estate Apiils, Etc,
To Lot. Shop in new brick building on
Kltif; hired, mar Kuitnnu, i.eit to
Chlue'oNcwo Co.'s olllccs. Rent very
Olfico (o Lot. Private ofllcc, handsomely
fllled, water conveniences etc. Part
of J. E. Urown & Co.'i premises, Mer.
chant Sticet; with disk room outsido
for a cleik. biillalilo for a notary or
a lawyer Rent, with olllco furniture,
U per month.
Rooms lo Rent FurnUlicd in tho best
ISooras lo Ronl. rour very handsomely
liiinUliid looms in lnrgo house j well
idtimtcil on Niiunuu Avenue. Rent
$15 a month cneh.
To Lot. The hoits.0 and grounds situated
in jNuu.um AoniiP, lcceuuy occupied
by A. J. Curlwliglit, Jr., Lsq. Rent
To Lot. A doomed Cottage, with Cur.
ii igc Hoi.se unit. Out hoiiM!, Nuiiiinu
Avenue, near Oovciuiiisnt reervoir,
ahivo lito Queen Howuger Emmii's
phiec, with iibout i! neres of land i.
mile) f i oin town. Rent $10 per mouth.
fo Lei. A fi.rooincd Cottage, with kitchen
annulled; upper end ot Nuu.inu
Avenue, opposite " Valley Home," in
csedlent older. Path and water con.
etil necs. Heat Sit.
To Let. Shop window with p'ico behind,
in oIIiClh occupied by J. E. Drown &
Co. Sullahlc lor Juwclei's hnp or
Notary's olllco. Rent vciy moderate.
Houso and Lot for Sale. Viry dcsiralde
ics. deuce on Ueictinia Street. Tlie
liuuo contains 4 Ucdrooms, Parlor,
Hiuinjr-room. P.iutiy, Kitchen nnd
Ha hroom. Mosquito proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 1C0 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will be sold chca.
For Salo A charming resideme
on Kinau stieet, containing 2 bed.
rii'im, parlor, dining room, kitchin
baih. Ac. Garden f-ont and back:
ci'i'iuio houe, statics nnd scrvaut'b
qua turs detached.
For Sato. A businesi (restaurant) In
cinterof eitj-. Owner Irnviug on nc
count of ill health. A SK-ndld chance
fir cno'gM ic mnn. Tor particulars
n ply to J E. Iliovvu As Co.
For Sale or Loaso -Willi immediate pos
session, that viilualde estate known as
tho KUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
sltuutid in tho Nuuanu Valley,
miles fiom the city, and undoubtedly
tho uio-i eligible site for n milk or
milk ntid butter dniiy in this Kingdom,
'lhu aliove hplendld properly maybe
had on cny teims.
Situations wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
i!3 Merchant Street. , Ot
OHAS. J; FISHEia
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ndvcrtUo in the Daily Bum-biik,
Australian Mail Service
FOR SAK FKANCIBCO,
The new nnd ftno Al Meet steamship
Of the Ucennic Steamihlp Couipi ny, will
Lo due at Honolulu from Sjdney
nnd Auoklund on r nloui
May 5th, 1887,
And will leave for tho ahovo port with
nuil Is and passengers on or uuout that
For freight or pnsacc, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agent.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new a'id lire Al Meet ntcamshlp
Of the Oceanic 8tcnuudiip Company, will
be due nt Honolulu from Sail
Francisco on or nLout
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt dlipatch with
mulls unci pntscngcis for thoatiovc port.
For freight or pnsFagti, hnvlng SU
PERIOR, ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. O. IRWIN & CO., ARonts.
At tho lowcH flgure, of the finest qua'
Warrautid genuine, mndu of tho ptiro
juice only and guarantcd to ttand
Will not detcrlmatc in qunllty for any
number of years. Large quantities ex
ported avciy year, by some ot tho hirg.
est cominircl il lirma of this oily, to d li
ferent paits o'f the United S ates and
tho German Empire.
MANUFACTUHKD AT TIIH
Fioneor Steam Candy Factory
TCMtubllHhcil In 1803.
Hotel, bet. Xnunnu nntl Jt-'ort t.
Both Telephones No. 74. 04
BOOTS & SHOES!
Begs to infoiui the public, that he has
ju-,1 returned trom Sun Francisco, where
he selected an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Pino Frencli Kid Shoes,
Men's Fiuo Boots nnd Bliocs,
Children's Elegant Shoes,
and a lino lot of
IXt'AXTH' llltOVZi: NKiirPCRS.
on Xo. 1.1 Xuuunu Hlreet. flm
Carriages nt all hours, day and night.'
Haddlo norf e, Buggies, Wugoneltej and
Village C.trfs wltn stylish and gentle
horses to let. ,
A few Horses, gimrantced. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness. "
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Bing up Tclophono 32, or apply to
MILES &. I1AYJLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Nuuanu 4k. Hotel Htreeta.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Carriagu Compiny has bcon ro
cenily orgaul7d, and guarantees to
furrl-h good conveyanee?, triutwerthy
driven, mid will make no extortionate
All calls will bopmmptly attended to.
" ' i ...I ,
COTTAGES TO LET.
THREE NICK COTTAGES, PART
ly furnished, nnd mitublc for
housekeeping, aie to lit nt Waikiki.
Apply to ALLEN HERBERT, or to this
FURBISHED COTTAGE AT
Wiillciki: beautiful fhado Ireoj.
and tiuu tea bathing. Apply to
100 Uw K. S. OUNIIA. -t
FOR SALE !
ONE LABOE I OT. cornor Ponacolft
and Limalilo bts, wliiuh can he
tlivldiu Into two or more building lot.
Knnniio of G. WEST,
1654 - pf Wost, Dow & Co.
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