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TI1U11SDAY, FE11. 10, 1888.
Btmr Lehuii from T.iinnt
Ilk Colusa, Buel.iu, 'JO days from San
SUnr Wiitiiiiinnlo from Wiiiiiniimln g
llktno Geo O 1'crklns for Sun Francisco
Stmr I.cliua for Hainnkiiu tit i p in
Selir Mmy Foster for Kiiknliiu
Bclir Mnnitokawuo for Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Btmr Wtilnmimlo for Wnlnianiilo
For Sim FuiucK'o, per bktue Geo 0
Perkins, Feb 10 11 J? llopp nuil Paul
Tiio bktno Geo O Perkins sailed this
afternoon for Ban Francisco, with 11,
Ji'J'J bags sugar, valued at G0,4O0.
VESSELS IN PORT.
II M S Caroline, Blr W Wiseman
UBS Vandalla, Hear Admiral Kimbcrly
Bk Mln, MeCrono
ltktno Amelia, Nowhall
llgntne Consnelo, Cousins
lilt Lady Harewood, Williams
Ilk Colusa, Backers
VESSELS EXPEGJED FROM FOREIGN
II Neiths M's Zllvercn Krui, .Tocke,
from S America due Mar 1-20
Am bark Will W Case, Uobcrtson,
from San Frauelsco, duo at Kaliului,
H 1 .1 M S Tbiikuba, from Tahiti, due
Apt 11 1-20
Geroark'Beiitchland, from Bremen,
sailed October 2Sth, due Feb 1-20
Am bk Mai tha Davis. F M Benson,
from lloston, due Marl
Am ship Mystic lielle, Cooke, fioni
New York, due March 1-20
Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Cardiff, October 22d, duo March 1-20
Brit bk Natuna, sailed from Liver
pool, Nov 20th, due Mar 5-111
Am bk Saranac, from San Frauelsco,
due Jan 1-10.
Gcr bkll Prltzcnl erg, from llonkong,
due Dec 10-15
Am bktne Eureka, Meycis, from San
Francisco, due Jan 1-10
Am bark OO hitinorc, from Port
Townsend, due .Tan 20-31.
U S S Adams from Samoa, due Feb
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Hongkong, due Jan 2U-:il.
Am bktne lluttie S Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, duo Feb 1-5.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A PoKTuaui:sn advertises for a sit
uation to do outside work.
Jas. P. Morgan will hold his regu
lar cash sale at 10 a. m. to-morrow.
Tin: steamer W. G. Hull will bo
duo hero to-morrow afternoon.
The quarantine was raised to-day,
and there was great rejoicing.
-' m - -
To-MOnnow night will bo ladies'
night at the skating rink. There
Two whalers .were sighted from
Diamond Head Stationjthis morning;
ono was standing for this port.
Am. the rotten timbers at tho en
trance of tho P. M. S. S. wharf aie
being taken up, to bo replaced by
Tin: regular monthly mooting of
the Y. M. C. A. will he held in tho
parlors of tho association this eve
ning at 7 :30 o'clock.
The bark C. O. Whitmoio is dis
charging 50 or more spars for tho
Hawaiian Government, for piles for
On Monday tho 27th, at 9 o'clock
a. nV. tho steamer O. It, Bishop will
depart on a circuit-of tho island of
Oahu. Sho will mako such a trip
once a month.
Poijce Oflicgr Kauhano( who got
onftjrumpus last night, has surrciul
ercdiiis commission and star, and is
held to answer a charge of drunken
ness. . , -.
Invitations for tho hop to be given
by Company A of tho Honolulu lti
iles, on Feb. 22il, arc being issued.
Tho affair promises to bo tho event
of tho season.
The adjourned meeting of tho De
bating Society will bo hold in tho
hall of Engine Co. No. 2 this ovo
ning, when ii permanent organiza
tion will bo ofleoted, and other im
portant biiBine'pa transacted,
it I expect another libel suit' Mr,
Testa was (teard to say this morning,
" What have you dono now?" queried
an acquaintance " 1 spoke of tho
Governor of Oahu Jail's sympathy
for tho female piisopors," said Testa.
I ! I M
In the Police Court this morning,
Ho Ting Mung, charged with huccny
of $27 fiom a fellow countryman, was
found not guilty and discharged. An
other Chjncso case was further con
tinued and ono was being tried this
At 12 noon to-morrow, Mr, Jas. F.
Morgan will sell at public unction,
on tho premises, HoUil street, adjoin
ing Goiibulves it Co.'h, a two-story
wooden building; and at 12:1,0 p.m.
at Kuumakupili Church, 10 largo
. .mh., . .Uifrjjfrl
A hum of money has been found.
Tho owner can ieeoer llio t.inu' by
applying ut this ofllro and moving
Tin: slc.tincr Loliim nnied last
evening fiom Lunai with Mi. und
Mrs. F. H. UnyccliU'ii and family,
Miss Kdith 'lurton, Mr. Homy K.
Gibson and Mr. Jesse Moiohead.
H. Ilaekfold & Co. have directed
Mr. James F. Moigan to conduct
their largo credit bale which will
commence on Monday next, and ex
tend tluougli four days. A hugo und
varied assortment of merchandise,
wines and liquors will be offered.
All goods offered will be positively
bold, and large invoices will be
closed at any pi ice and on liberal
ARRIVAL OF THE COLUSA.
The American bark Colusa, Cap
tain Uackus, arrived this morning,
29 days from Sau Diego, in ballast.
For 20 dnj's after leaving .San
Diego, calms and light airs were ex
perienced. The weather was too
beautiful, and to relievo the monot
ony, the bark was bcrubhcd and
painted. Tlio last nine days of the
ti ip S. E. winds were, encountered.
The Colusa is near tho 1'. M. S. S.
wharf, and will immediately begin
loading sugar for Davies & Co.
' NOTES ON WHALERS.
The whaler J. A. llowland, Shock
ley master, arrived off port the other
evening, 00 days from San Fran
cisco. She has been cruising about
for whales, but did not see one. She
spoke the whaler loung Pluunix,
which latter vessel, like the llow
landhad no oil, About the Island
of Hawaii the whalers John V. West,
Sea Breeze, Abraham Barker and
Helen Mar were seen, but not
spoken. The weather about Hawaii
was rather boisterous. Captain
Shockley with his wife and little boy
are ashore, stopping at the Tingle
House, while the bark has gone on
a cruise and is to icturii here about
the 5 tu of March.
OPINION OF QUARANTINE.
A gentleman entered a city front
store this morning, with grip-sack
in hand and spoke as follows: "Just
out of quarantine. Can I use your
telephone Captain? (to the stoic
keeper). This quarantine is a hum
bug, a farce ; cost me S10 a day;
will mill the country and the hotel
keepers. Tlic SG or 10 paid out
by each person who has been in
quarantine is no circumstance, no
circumstance; will ruin the coun
try; prevent people from coming
down here. Those who were in
quarantine could sec the humbug of
the affair, while it may have ap
peared all right to those outside.
Humbug, farce." (At the telephone
voice very soft) ''Out of quarantine ;
will call on you to-day; aie you all
well ; glad to hear it; good bye."
(Going out of store, voice hiush)
"humbug, farce" (exit).
A CLOSE GALL.
Captain Nb'rdberg, master of the
baikentino Geo. C. Petkins, had a
close call last night. lie had left
his vessel at the P. M. S. S. wharf
at about li o'clock yesterday after
noon, and went up town. "White
absent, a gang of workmen cainu
and pulled up a number of the old
rotten planks at the entrance of the
1 M. S. S. wharf, to replace them
with new ones. Captain Nordbcrg
on returning to his vessel at about
10 o'clock last night, went through
one of the holes loft by tho work
men and fell into the water under
neath the wharf. The captain man
aged to catch hold of some timber
under the wharf, called for help, and
was rescued. The opening, though
long, was not very wide, and as
Captain Nordbcrg is thick-set, it is
8iirpiising he was not considerably
bruised by striking tho timbers.
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL TERM.
UUKOUi: DOLE, J".
TiiuiisiiAV, Feb. 1G, 1888.
The Court opened at 10 a. si.
Hawaiian jurors in attendance ; and
at 1 ..0.1 a. in. adjourned until 1
In re estate of Matuio of Hono
lulu, Oahu, deceased. Appeal of
Kahalcwnt (w). Paitly heanl yes
terday and continued until to-day.
Being tjciboforo a Hawaiian jury.,
"WilKp'rohahly bo finished to-ihiy.
' W.LlIolokdliiki for proponent;
A."' Q. Smith and A. Hosa for cqn-testiuit-.
THE HEW BUTTON.
Buttons made of dried fresh beef
blond are among tho trimmings used
larguly this season by dress-iiuiheis.
They are made in a factory near
Chicago, and some 8,000 or 10,000
gallons of the blood is utilized daily.
Many a woman who buys cheap
jewelry has earrings or brooches,
belt clasp or hair ornaments made
out of this dried blood. She may
comb her hair with the same materi
al mid 'think she is using horn or
xylonite or celluloid, when situ is
using only the albumen left after
the bulk of the blood treated 1ms
JOB PRINTING ol all kimU c.c,
culed at tliu Daily Bulletin Ollico
tiiU.in I &
CHILDREN AND SLEEP.
A child should be in bed as the
fowls arc, at sundown at least.
And he should be allowed to rise in
the morning us oon as he wakes.
It is Jiot only toiture but unhealthy
mischief to compel children to He in
bed awake two hours to prevent dis
till bing older people. The morning
sun is most essential to plant life.
A conservatory should always, if
possible, be on tho east side of a
house. It is equally true that the
morning sun Is most valuable for
animal vigor, and llmtj includes hu
man bemg3. Wo, till of us, are
breaking both ends of the law. Our
sleep should be taken earlier, and
we should never fail of getting the
I abominate night parties for chil
dren. 1 believe every physician
docs. It is not so much the expos
al o and the eating in the night, and
the bad associations formed (ofa
high, toned sort, possibly) ,t but the
hi caking into the sleep habit.
Equally bad is it for children to
study in the evening. It gorges
their biains with blood, nnd if they
sleep they dream. I had a little
patient of twelve years, who was
misted and nervous, and whose
dreams were filled with his prob
lems. It was a marvel and pride to
his parents that the j'oungstcr work
ed out hard problems in his sleep,
such as ho failed ts master when
awake. But he came near his final
problem. I locked up his books at
1 o'clock. lie must not touch one
after his supper. He must play and
romp, and then go to bed. lie is
now lobust. You cannot empha
size too strongly the mischief of
children's night study. .
A good deal of nonsense is some
times published about sending chil
dren to bed with full stomachs.
This is well enough so long as a
babe is an animal and has not awak
ened to much use of the brain, but
as soon as a child has come to an
age of active thought he should
have a chance for light excrciso and
sport after his meals ; never, how
ever, allowing him to go to bed ex
cited. Above all things to be de
preciated is the stormy season so
frequently indulged in just at retir
ing. The child prefers to sit up,
and invariably retires in u storm of
passion, added to by the storm of
nurse or parent. He should be
calmly and firmly restrained from
all such outbreaks. There is a great
difference in children about retiring,
some very active brains giow sleeyy
and desire to retire early ; others
equally active grow wakeful and ex
cited. St. Louis Globe Demo
crat. THE HAWAIIAN PROBLEM.
The account given by our corre
spondent of the condition of politi
cal affairs in Honolulu emphasizes
the force of a comment made by us
some weeks ago, that the foreign
population in the Hawaiian Islands
is determined that tho government
shall be carried on in accordance
with its wishes, and will not permit
even the King to definitely set him
self in opposition to these. There
may be a want of justice in a large
number of foicigners going to a
country anil praotically overriding
the desires of the native authorities ;
but this has been the case time after
time in the history of the world.
Indeed, ordinarily, the newcomers
have considered the extermination
of the native people as the first work
to be undertaken, and any criticism
that might be passed upon the for
eign settlers in the Hawaiian Islands
would have even more points and
force when applied to the early
European settlers upon the Ameri
can continent. In one way or an
other the tools of government pass
into tho hands of those who are best
able to use them. So long as the
native government ut the Hawaiian
group was passive in its policy, it
was tolerated, and even sustained,
by the incomers from other coun
tries', who, us might be supposed,
have, by their greater intelligence,
industry and capital, gradually ac
quired the material wealth of tho
Kingdom. But now that the native
ruler shows a disposition to act with
out reference to tho wishes nnd in
terests of his most important and
intlucntial subjects, the latter refuse
to rest quiet when what they consider
their rights and know to bo their
interests, nro put in peiil. If, in
consequence of this quarrel, a revo
lution breaks out, it can have but
ono result. Tho native population
has been diminished by disease and
by inability to adjust itself. to a now
civilization, so that it is now but a
mere fraction of its former size, and
would not count for mqcli in opposi
tion to thp Gorman, French, Eng
lish and American settlors. Bos
ton Herald, Jan, 10,
"Alas!" said tho tramp, sadly,
f'thoy am getting up every kind of
'trust' except tho whisky trust."
How would it work for the woman
suffragists to colonize and govern
the territory of "No Man's Land?"
A young woman who iminicd u
one-legged mnn says it doesn't take
much to make Iter husband "hop
"When a washerwoman changes
her place of residence ono may ask
hor "where she bungs out now"
without using slang.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
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'With I ho 1'lnrst IMmilny of OooAh
c.ici' hIiouk In ttiti Kltiudoiu.
DEATH OF AHDREW GARRETT.
Andrew Garrett, a celebrated con
chologist, died at his residence on
the island of Iluahinc, Society
Group, South Seas, on November 1,
1887, in the sixty-fifth year of his
age. Mr. Garrett was the third
child of a family of fourteen, and
was born in Albany. He had a
great fondness for travel, and to
satisfy the longing he went to sea
at the age of eighteen years. As a
shell collector he made his first ac
quaintance with the South Pacific In
1818, and in 18f)2 he ultimately
adopted the Island-studded ocean as
his field of research. Since that
ttnio Mr. Garret has visited almost
every island of note in the various
gioups of the South Pacific, spend
ing considerable time in each group.
For ten years he was professionally
engaged in the interest of the God
defroi Museum, Hamburg, during
which time was published "Andicw
Garrett's Fischo do Sudscc," in six
paits, edited by Dr. Albert G wi
ther of tho British Museum.
Mr. Charles A. Brown, of this
city, has recently imported a copy
of this elegant and expensive illus
trated work of Mr. Garret on the
fishes of the Pacific Ocean. Many
island people will remember Mr.
Garrett, who resided at llilo for some
Dr. NVctmore of Hilo, has a large
collection of original paintings of
fishes by Mr. Garrett. The book
was one of the many interesting ar
ticles at the Loan Exhibition in this
city a few years ago.
THE CERMANS IN MEXICO.
The Germans have been very suc
cessful in establishing trade rela
tions with Mexico, and in fact, all
In the whole country south of the
United States the Germans have
been making rapid gains upon the
English and the French foi a quar
ter of a century, and in some of the
countries they hare nearly driven
the competition of their chief com
petitors fiom the field. This is true
from the Gulf of California along
the whole of the west coast from
Mexico and Guatemala to Patago
nia, and in Mexico itself they now
control the wholesale trade. Their
supremacy is due partly to their
method of conducting business and
partly to the characteristics of the
The rich and ancient mercantile
houses at Hamburg in Germany,
and the banking-houses of 1 rank
fort, have for half a century and
more considered Mexico as one of
their outlying commercial dependen
cies. Many of the great German
houses have had branch houses in
the City of Mexico, where the sons
of the European owners have been
regularly sent to serve an appren
ticeship. These sons have gradu
ally, as they have grown older, suc
ceeded as heads of houses, those
whom they supplanted returning
home. In this way the trade rela
tions between Germany and Mexico
have been firmly established, and
the heads of tho German houses arc
regarded in the City of Mexico as
among the most substantial resi
dents, although few of them are
citizens of the republic. Moreover,
the system in which the Germans
conduct their business is well adapt
ed to the lethargic habits of the
Mexican people. Tho Germans
give long credits from six months
to a yeai and if they charge inte
rest at all, the rates are very rea
sonable., They seldom make bad
debts, for the small Mexican trades
men, although slow, are honest.
"The Christmas toy of the day in
Paris is 'Sarah Bernhardt's collln,'
says the London Graphic.
"At this time of the year topical
puzzles questions du jour usually
abound, and aptly relato to the pre
vailing political interest. But the
caricature spirit was' used up at the
time of M. Urevy's fall, and the pre
sent President and his surroundings
arc too little known, and too 'honest'
u word now synonymous with
'dull' to afford scopo for fun. So
tho street-sellers fall hack on Mdme
Bernhardt, now again to the front
tluougli her creation of 'La Tosca'
infiaidoii'ri play, nnd offer a penny
leaden collln with a tiny knob t the
top. Tho buyer is asked to open
the collln, he presses tho knob,
which springs aside, and a sharp pin
pops up and pricks the tinwury indi
JUST PUBLISHED !
( Vestiges of the Molten Globe."
The Earth's Surface, Features and
To tie had at J. H. 801'Elt & CO.'.-
Stationery Btoro, Merchant sticet.
tSTN.IJ. Tills book contain a full
account und dUcussinn of Volcanic
Phenomena in geuurul and Hawaiian
Volcanoes in particular, witli u map of
tho Group shewing all the recent Lava
Flows, (Jnuorp, etc. 04 tit
THE DAILY BULLETIN -The
JL most popular paper published,
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FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
fornui I'oit, Madeira und MuIiil'ii.
lor saio in kcc" "iu ensw ny
GONSALVKS & CO.,
01 Queen btrcel.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Ki-ar of Lucao' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
jCj rooms, .No. 4 Uaidun l.une, tliu
second door fiom Union sticet. Apply
on the premise. 1 if
CLEAN RAGS aim second hand
clothing in ill Ijc gratefully receiv
ed for tliu uu of the immitus of the
Brunch Hospital for Lepers at Knknako,
or nt tliu Leper Sittlmutit ou Molokni,
If left with J. T. Waierliouse, jr., at tho
Quccu Street Store. l&f tf
K0NA COFFEE, (Genuine Article)
PIA, (By tho Bag)
I. X. L. LIME,
DOWNERS' KEROSENE OIL.
New Zealand Oats
Just landed ex "Alameda"
-.AND FOlt SAbK
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE
AT THE , . '
UNION FEED CO.
Mrs. Alt Mollis
IIiwiiiR removed her Diessniiiking
Mo. 17 Emma St.,
Will tie pleased toseejlier fticntK a-id
patrons there fiom and uflor .luiiuiuy
Mutual Tclephcne 484; Bell 410.
COTTAGE at Waikiki.
Largo yard?, stubhs,
etc. Kent very modulate;
J. E DROWN & CO,
28 Merchant tercet.
npVO Rooms, in Wilder & Co.'h Stone
JL Warehouse, opposite Likelikc
Wharf. WILDER & CO.
at I'll imliou. Hnusu
f'.nntninu Hlnnln nnnvniilminn
iora ineuinm tizeu lainny, lias Hxtincs
and improvements of ilic )utot htyleh,
mid 1h build on a l.irgu lot, !0Ox:iO0 feet.
Locution is too well known for health
and lieauty to need recommending. For
further paiticulars apply lo
J. A. MAGOON,
Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1889. (H lw
BAGGAGE Ex'piess and Drayman.
Stand on King, noir corner of
Fort street. Mutual Telephone GUT,
All kinds of curling faithfully anil
promptly nltended to. Furiiiluro moved
and carefully bundled. If you wunt a
wagon or dray, you will find it to your
iidvautago to ring up Telephone Ciil.
'TUIE undersigned familiar with the
JL management of tliu outHidc pluii
lulion work seeks an engagement ax
bend lima. Address,
. A. MOROFF,
Oljlw Eagln llonso.
A REGULAR quarterly meeting of
tho Union Food Co., (Lhnlicd),
will hu held at Hie C'oninanyV odlce, on
THURSDAY, tliu HJlli Instant, at VI
H. F. GRAHAM,
5 St Secretary U. F. Co.
rpHE. public is hereby noiiliod that I
X ha vu sold all my rigid, title and
interest of my passungor exptcu biibi.
ness In tliu city of Honolulu to E. G.
Boliiiman. ti. LESSER.
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 18-J8. (il It
ALL hills duo the undersigiud, mil.
traded prior lo Dioumbor!il,lc87,
muHl he paid before tliu end of the cur.
rent month, or Ihcy will hu placed In
tho bunds of a collector who uillhavu
instruclloiH to enforen soltlemcnt.
L . KKRR,
CO 2w Mii'blinnt Tailor. '
''pilE Luin Keo Company will do 11
X general iitull inereauiilo liiiHini'tH
at Ivapaa, Island of Kauai, iynd Con
Client: is tliu milliliter of Mild butincss,
ami liiid full mithoiity I" lxn Urn linn
mime in all matters apptrlaiuiiii; lo slid
busiuess I,UM KEU CO.
63 & 65 h'OliT STREET.
E WEEK ONLY
LINEN CARRIAGE ROBES $5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
GMT BARGAIN I LADIES' UNDERWEAR !
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK IN THAT DEPARTMENT.
Remember the above mentioned articles will be wold
at such prices
63 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 PORT STEEET, HONOLULU.
Expert Accountants and Collectors, Real Esiato, Flro & Life Insuranoo
Agents, Custom-House, Loan and Exchange Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts nccurntcly Uopi nml nioporly adjusted.
Collections will rrcchc spicinl attoutio'i nirl returns promptly made. ,,
Conveyancing a Specialty. Iticords scurulicil nml concct Abstracts of Title
Letjal Documents and Papers of every inscription cfirofuliy drawn and hand.
Copying and Translating in all lnnguajres in general uic i this Kingdom.
Real Estate bought and sold. Thacs raid and Piopcrty safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Firo and Life Insurance uffutted in (Irntchiss Insurance Companies.
Custom-House Business trnmacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated al favorable rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publisher.
Any Article purchased or told ou most favoiuble terms.
Inter-Island Orders will re'rulve particular attention.
S3?" All Business entrusted to our oaro will receive prompt and faithful attention at
IIaing had an extensive brs'ii as experience for over twenty-fivo years in
Xew York City aud elsewhere, we feel competent to attend to all business of an
intrieite and complicated nature, or requiring tact nnd discretion, nnd respectfully
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Telephone Both Companies 210. i O. Box 297.
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A FINE LOT OF ''NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. " Taranaki Butter."
All of which wo oiler lo the Public at UEASONAULE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
Hy racii nriival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINE.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK!
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUISTDBORGS,
EASTMAN ' S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
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