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Honolulu, H. 1., Feb. 10, 18S8.
Nuticu is hereby gicn to nil em
ployees of tho Huwniinn Govern
ment, nntl to other persons to whom
moneys inny be due at tho Hawaiian
Treasury on or before Mntch 31,
1888, to present vouchers for bcttle
ment on or before that ilato j and all
persons having moneys on account
of tho Government arc lcqucsted to
mnko their returns promptly, in
order that there may bo no delay in
closing the accounts for tho fiscal
period ending March 31, 1888.
W. h. GREEN.
G8 If Minister of Finance.
for is tho
cents per month.
PAPER to subscilbo
Daily Bulletin." CO
BISnOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
JtSaiilc ol Ciiliioi-ulu, H. XT.
Anil their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. ST. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commerciol Hank Cp.. of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Aucklnnil,
Chi istc.luirch, nnd Wellington,
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a Generul Hanking Business,
JVcifgril to neither Sect nor Party,
Mitt established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, MAR. 2, 1888.
THE MAN WITH A CONSCIENCE.
If there is one man more disagree
able than another to some people in
this community, it is the man with a
conscience. We do not mean the
man with a weak pusillanimous, testy
style of mind. Such a man is for
ever haggling about his scuiples,
and wasting other people's time and
strength, who are busy in trying to
do what they can. For he will talk
and talk about some petty difference
of method, no more important than
asking whether a man ought to wear
a single-breasted froek-eoat; or in
stead of that, a double-breasted
, "Vc arc speaking of the man,
whoso first question is, when any ac
tion is proposed for his approval
and co-operation, Is this right? or,
Is it wrong? Such questions are
bomctimes very disagreeable ques
tions to answer. They are especi
ally out of place, so some people
think, when some broad and liberal
views of truth or error arc propound
ed : or, when some matter of public
policy is proposed, 'and an appar
ently easy and triumphant way advo
cated of solving certain difficulties.
Hut the man with a conscience
knows, that to broaden out the
sides of tho Temple of Truth, so
that it shall cover outlying errors,
is virtually to pull the roof of the
structure down on one's head. The
man with a conscience is sure, also,
that crooked ways do not consist
with right-mindedness : and that u
little poison is poison, even though
it be little, and though it bo dis
guised in fairestflowcrs and sweetest
fragrance. He will havo none ol it.
He knows that in a universe that
has any ethical foundation, it is the
light and the true, and only what is
right and what is true, that will havo
any permanent success. In this con
viction ho is stiong. This makes
hira sure of tho final victoiyof truth
and righteousness orcr deceit and
fraud. He can even sing, as Tenny
son makes Sir Galahad sing
"My good sword caives the casques of
Hy tough lance tluustctuiuc;
My st length Irf us the stiengtUot ten,
Because my heait Is pine."
No loss of popularity, no taunts
about his stiffness, no sneers at his
narrow-mindedness will make him
believe that the lish lloating, back
down, on the top of tho stream is
alive, not tho one swimming against
tho current; or, that it is just as
safe to lean on a rush from Waikiki,
as on a kauila cano flora Kauai'; or
that a twelve-inch wide plank is
better for a tramway than a two-inch
steel rail. All this talk about stiff
ness aud'narrorfness depends upon
its application. Tho man with a
conscience is a. man with eyes in his
head, lie sees not only just what
ho can hold tip to his nose ; hut tlio
whole prospect before him. Ho
sees how its pnils arc 1 elated, the
distant nnd the near. He sees, loo,
how every action of ours must be
done, with a senso of "responsi
bility," boyond what a puppet has
pulled by wires; such a sense of
"responsibility" as a man ought to
have, who lias his eyes open to the
vision of One above us, Almighty,
Eternal, All-sceiilg, the Maker,
Ruler, and Judge of all.
BULLS & HEIFERS.
1IAR11Y J. AGNEW
Begs leave to. notify the public that he
has on hand nt "Gieenllcld," Knpiolnnl
l'aik, a ihus lot of young Bulls and
Hcifeis of the celebiatod "Holstein
F1lesl.u1" familv. Selected from the
best heid in Aineilea. The Helfeis w ill
calve Bluntly. The Bull ""Waterloo'
and Heifer "Santa Anita." heic adver
tised, :11c maniples of the stock:
Took lHt Prize at California Fair,
(Calvoil May 13, 188C.)
Ear Tasr, jSo. 11 1, KeRister'Xo.
Siic "Aaggle Idaliiie 4th's ltoland,"
II.II.B. Vol. S, 3122.
G. She ".Ian,"' Dlstiict Bull of Oost
wond. nam Jacob Wit' "Myth," II.II.B.
Vol. S, C'JO'J, by "Jacob tth."
G. Dam "Tujntjc," U.I1. C02.
"Aaggle IUaline Mil's Roland" calved
Feb. 1-J, 1SS1, inipoitcd in dam (August,
18S3) "Aaggle Idnllnn -ltb."
"Aaggie Idaline Itli" has a milk 1 eeoi il
asuii-jcaroKI of U,(S12 lbs. 8 os. In 7
11103. and 0 days, and her dam "Aaggie
Idaline Hid" g.ie o7 1-5 lb, in 1 clay as
a :J year old 111 Holland, and has given
the Hist season after inipoit.itlou Gii lbs.
12 ozs. in 1 day, and SJ1G lb. 11 os. in
7 mos. ami!) dajv. "Xaatje," tho dam
of "Aaggie Idaline 3id," g.ic G8 2-5
lbs. in 1 day. Ofantjo" is also the dam
of "Aaggie Idaline 2nd" (lliGU), who
gave (M IDs. In 1 day, as a 4 year old In
Holland, r-he g.n e the season after Im
noiMtioii, as a . yen old, oil lbs. 12 o?s.
tn 1 day and 8750 lbs. 1 1 ozs. in 7 mos.
and 17 days. Dam also of "Aaggie Ida
line" (1302), lecoid of CS 2-5 lbs. in 1
day in Holland, and gave the Hist rea
son after importation CO lbs. in 1 day,
and O,3G0 lbs. 15 os. in U mos. and 25
"Aaggie luaunc aui's" sue ".iaeou
2nd," is ulo the she of "Neptune" and
"Roland" won the 1st piie at 3Tew
Jacob Wit's "Myth," the dam of
"Watciloo," calved March 23, 1SS4, and
was impoitcd in May 1SS4.
She "Jacob 1th," (X.II.B. 210) (J.
W's II.II.B. 2CC2.)
G. She "Jacob 2nd," (N.1I.B. 5G).
G. G. She "Jacob lt," (N.H.U.20).
G. G. G. Sire "Rooker."
Dam "Tiizntje," (X.1I.B. 002) with
milk lecoid of OS 2-5 lbs. in 1 day.
"Jacob 2nd"' was winner of lstpilc
at Haailem, lb7l), and of the 2nd pii.c
at Leydcn in 1SS0. Ilis dam "Tiintje,"
(N'.II.B. 35) has a lecoid of 80 lb, in 1
day. lie is also the sue of "Aaggie
2nd," which has the laigest 2-ye.ir old
lecoid known, having given (1 lb-. 0
ozs. in 1 day, 17,710 lbs. 2 03. 111 one
year, and a butter iceord on diy feed of
13 lbs. G ozs. In one week.
G. G. She "Jacob 1st," (X.II.B. 20)
winner of 1st pile at Amsteidam. Ilis
dam was "Do Goede," n piize cow at
l'aris Exposition, with milk let-oidof
01 lbs. 8o.b. in 1 day.
G. O. G. Siie "Rooker;" she, piio
hull at II00111, 1871. "Rookei" is the
she of "Lady clifden," lecoid of lii,275
lbs. in 1 year; of 'fAaggle" iceord 1S,
001 lbs. 15 os. iu 1 year; of 'Toiec
lain," (X.1I.U. 117) iceoid faO lbs. 1 0..
in 1 day, and winner of 1st piieat
Heifer "SANTA ANITA."
(Calved April 27, 188G.)
Ear Tag, Xo. 1G2, Regisier Xo. 4021,
She "Pilnec Impeiial," (1I.II.H. Vol.
G. Sho "Xetheiland 1'ilnce," (710.)
G. G. G. She "belli etuler."
Dam "Lakeside Amy," (II.II.B. Vol.
0,9010) impoitcd, by Dlstiict Bull of
G. Dam "Mantel."
"I'llnee Impeiial," (1,104) was the
winner of 1st prle Xew Yoik State
Fair, as a 2-year old. Also wiiiuei of
piie in ISS'J ami 1884.
"Xetheiland 1'ilueo," (710) winner of
Unco 1st piics and one 2nd piieat
Xcw Yoik State Fair.
"Sehenmiel," son of "Xetheiland
Dowager," (II.II.B. Vol. 0, 2,032). and
Mm') of "Xelheilaiid Princess," (II.II.B.
Vol. 4, 8G2); "Xetheiland Countess,"
(II.II.B. Vol. (!, 2,031); "Xetheiland
Hello," (11.11. 11. Vol. 0, 1,870); and
"Xetheiland Dowager 2nd?'
"Selneiider," she of "Xetheiland
Queen," (lI,lI.l!Vol. 3, 1U: and
"Xetheiland Duclies,," (II.II.B. Vol.
MILK RECORDS OF THIS FAMILY:
"Xetheiland Queen" at 2 yeais of
ago gavo 13.574 lbs, 3 os, milk In 345
days. 4 years of ago gave 15,011 lbs, 0
o.s. milk lu 1 year, 5 ye.us of ago gavo
83 lbs. 4 o.s. milk In 1 day, and 10,010
lbs. 8 os. milk iu 7 mos. 18 days.
"Xetherland Dowager" at 0 yeai
gave 12,734 lbs. 2 ozs. milk iu 1 year.
Commencing at 22 mos. old she gave
12,200 lbs. -1 os. milk tho 1st year.
"Xetheiland Duchess" atSyeaisgave
11,101 lbs. 12 os. milk In 1 year. 5
ycai'itguve 10,520 lbs. 7 03 mill; lu 1
"Xetheiiand Princess" at 3 ycais
gavo 14,101 lbs. 2 os. milk In 1 year.
"Xetherland Bello" at 4 yciusgavc
11,511 lbs, 0 os. milk in 8 mos. 17 days.
"Xetheiland Queen" in November,
1882, made 20 lbs. hi 1 week and 30 11)3.
8 ozs. in 2 weeks without uny change
fiom her feed hi quantity or quality.
Butter weighed nftcf VvorUng and be
"Nothciland l'rhlcess" made, before
she was 3 years old, 11 lbs. ! o?s. hi 1
week, and when she win 3 year old alio
made in 1 week, on winter feed, 14 lbs.
114 os.; as a 1 year old sho mado In a
1 day's tost at the late of 18 lb". ! o.
of butter in 1 w cck.
"Xetheiland Belle" made as n IJ-yimr
old 10 lbs. 7 07. in 1 week.
"Nethcrlanrt Duihes" made as n "
your old 1 1 Ilis. 2 os. In 1 week.
"Xctlicilond Baioncss" made Mitm
after hnpnitatlon and before she was
acclimated, 17 lbs. ozs. In 1 week.
Six memben of this family nil bought
fioni one bicedcr In Holland, all he had,
averaged 10 lbs. 7 7-12 07s. which we
believe has never been equaled by any
eutne fnmllv of the same number.
"Pilnco Imperial's" dnm "Carlotta,"
(II.II.B. Vol. 5, 1,2G6), as a 4-ycar old,
has given 1,514 lbs. 0 07s. of milk In 1
mo. As a 0-year old has given 70 lbs.
3 07S. of milk in 1 day and 0,227 lbs 13
ozs. of milk in 7 mos. 18 days. Ilis
Giand Dam gave 01 lbs, of milk in 1
"Xelheihuul Pi luce's" dam "Lady
Xetherland,"' (II.II.B. Vol. 5. 1,20.1).
has a milk recoul of 73 2-3 lbs. in 1 day.
She has given iu 5 mos. and 5 days,
i,1.10 lbs. 11 07s. of milk. In l-'cbiuoiy
and Mareh, 1885, she made 21 lbs. 3 os.
of butter in 1 week, and 8S lbs. 0 07,s. in
30 consecutive ilijs, and 17 lbs. of milk
made 1 lb. of buiter. Ills Giand D.nn
"GeitMct2nd,"has a iceoid of 71 lbx.
8 o.s. In 1 day. Ills Great Grand Dam
"GeitMet" waskcpt20yciusfoi breed
ing. "Lady Xetheiland" is dam of
"Xellierl.ind Queen" and "Xetherland
l'ihices." and won 2nd piie ns best
milch cow of any bleed, at New Yoik
State Fair, 1882. ("Aaggie," of the
ame lieid, winning 1st riiize), and was
one of the heid that won the gold
"Santa Anita's" dam "Lakeside
Amy," (II.II.B. Vol. 0, 0,810), calved
I'ebi uarv 25, 1881. Impoitcd August,
1SS4. lier Grand Dam "Mantel" has a
iceoid of HI His. of milk in 1 day, as a
l-yoar old; a cow of elegant milk veins
and lino escutcheon, bied by J. Laan
Twlsk, Xorth Holland.
COTTAGi: on Lillha
etiortt lnf nun tTTirr
teaila and School sheets. Rent 12
per month. Applv to
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
80 tf Queen sticet.
THE DAILY BULLETIN isallve
X evening paper. CO cents per month.
73 HUUANU STREET.
MRS. R0BT. LOVE, - PROPRIETRESS.
Every description of
PLAIN & FANCY
Breed k takers,
FRESH SODA CRACKERS
Always 0:1 hand.
Island orders ptomptly attended to.
1 Perfectly Gentle (Carriage and Sad
dle) Iloifce, 1 Very Comfortable
Phnetoii and 1 Single bet IIuncs.
Apply to LEWIS 6s CO.
at moderate prices.
JOHN. F, COLBURN'S,
Or ling Mutual Telephone No. 087; Bell
72 Telephone No. 63, lm
M. It. COIiBURN,
ALL kinds of diajage attended to
with piiiniptiies. Wliito aud
llltik bJiid dclivcicd in quiiutiticj to
suit. Also, Black ttuek and Coial Rock.
Olllco: Willi J. F. Colburn, King
BtrcLt, near Maunakca. 72 Urn
TOB PRINTING ot ull kinds exe
I noted tit the Daily Buu.isriN Ofllce
Importer and Dcalei in
UriitH', l.iul li-H', A. Children's
Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
Tho Ohoicost Brands of
Cigars & Tobacco
AlwajN 011 lEaitd.
from the oilici
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Made lu Amcilra.
Meals Superior to all' Others.
GONSALVES & CO.,
Hole AtientH of tlio Iliiwnllau
X Daily Uulleliu-
W els per month.
pedal Announcement to
Rare Opportunity for
Messrs. G. W. MACFARLAM & Co.
Beg to announce that they havo re-opened their Art and
Fancy Goods Department, witli a choice selection of the latest
novelties just to hand fiom London. The goods to bo offered
arc of tlio very latest designs and of the choicest descriptions
thioughout, and will be ready
FOR EXHIBITION AND SALE
On TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, February 28th & Mt
All goods remaining unsold will then be offered
On He followini THURSDAY & FRIDAY.
BRIC - A
A cty choice line of BOHEMIAN & HUNGARIAN AVAHE,
comprising Vases, Flower Bowls, Center Stands, Cabinet and
Wall ornaments, of the very newest and mo9t unique designs,
' Also a small lot of
Statuary in Bisque and Terra-cotta
Of aitistic modelling by well-known artists; also life size
figures in bronze, and exquisitely onamnntcd in all the gor-
geousness of Orieutal Color. Also a small invoice of
ROYAL WORCESTER WARE :
Consisting of a few pieces of the daintiest and most exquisite
examples of this beautiful ware; the only genuine Royal
Wbicester ever offered for sale in these Islands.
A carefully selected line of the very best quality and of tlio
latest designs, comprising PERSIAN, KIIYBER, TANJORE,
YEDDO, MECCA & AXMIN1STER, of all sizes, includ
ing a small lot of large CENTRE RUGS of unusually artis
tic and elaborate patterns. Also
Brussel and Axminister CarpetingsM
Particular attention is called to this invoice, which includes
some of the handsomest and most aitistic furniture ever
brought to this maikct. Those intending to furnish or ren
novatc their homes cannot fail to be satisfied with this ele
gant display of the latest London styles.
Elegantly upholstered in silk brocetelle ; crimson plush, blue
and silver Peacock silk. One beautiful Chamber Set,
in enamelled ivory; (very handsome). Also, Chamber
Sets, in carved "Walnut, Mahogany and Rosewood ; Library
and Dining Room Sets, in Oak and leather; (antique).
Elegant Clieval Glasses, in handsomely inlaid frames, and sil
vered bevelled French Plate Glasses, cquisite overmantels,
richly ornamented and inlaid ; handsomely carved Ward
robes; Hall Hat Stands; Whatnots; Gents Shaving
Glasses; enamelled gilt and ebonized "Wall Brackets,
Mxxsie Stands, Eite., DEtc.
A few fine paintings by well known artists, comprising Land
scapes, -Marines and Figures. Also, a few Genre Pictures of
uncommon merit, and a fine line of
Water Colors and Steel Engravings !
From the leading Swiss manufacturers and beautifully cu
cased, mounted on stands of most elaborate workmanship.
Tho largest of these instruments having seven barrels and
playing FIFTY TWO AIRS. Without exception these arc
the finest musical instruments ever brought to Honolulu.
DRY GOODS :
A beautiful lino of India and Burmali Linen, (all colors).
Victoria and Bishops Lawn, Mull, Madras Muslin, Sacharilla
and Ida Stripes, Swiss Spot, Leno nnd Check Leno, Fancy
Dress Stupes, Lace Blinds, Valence and Hamburg Netting,
Madras and Soudan Window Curtains, ' Etc., Etc., Etc.
LADIES' FANS :
Handsomely painted on silk and satin iu figures, birds and
flowers, and handsomely mounted in pearl shell nnd ivory.
Also a few elegant feather fans, single and double, the richest
LADIES' RUBBER GOODS :
A small invoice of Parisian, Lonsdale, and Princess of
Wales, also something new in Water-proof Carriage Robes.
Ladies Regatta Hats, Turkish Towels,
Lawn Tennis Sets, Finest Table Cutlery,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JGSyrhebo good will bo open
at 10 o'clock.
0. W: MAGFARLANE & GO.
FANCY GOODS !
Decorating Homes !
- BRAC :
for exhibition on TUESDAY morning,
3yiswfttVawik ni f
Auction Sales' by Lewis J. Levey.
Notice is hereby given that iu accoid
nuco with the luvv In Mich ensu made
nnd ptovldcd.I will cause to bo sold the
chattels of Wo Chung taken by mo In
dlsttaiDitig for rent, to wit:
Ladles', Men's and Chlldrcns'
Shoes and Slippers,
Shoo Leather & Nails.
Said sale will take place at tlio auc
tion looms of LEWIS J. MCVI3Y,
nuctlonccr, corner of Port ami
On SATURDAY, March 3d, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
T am ins'ructcd by 3Ions Hotilicoh,
Ohatucllor of the French Legation (on
account of ilo .irtuie), to 8-11 al Public
Auction, at tits l'isidciicc, Kiuau street,
On THURSDAY, March 8th.
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
The whole of Ids Household Furniture,
l ir. 'latter Pinion,
1 B.W. Bedroom Set, with Spring Mattress,
1 Elegantlron & Brass Bedstead,
A Choice Collection of Pictures,
Extension Dining Table nnd Clnirs,
Veranda Chitira, loeVcrs, Lounge,
Curtnim. and Lambrequins,
Itcfrlgcrntor A. 3Icnt Hafc, Kitchen
Stovo & UtcnsllN, &c., JLc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
rpnE annual meeting of tLo stock.
X holders of tho Peoplrs' Ici & Re
frigerator Co. will bo held on TUKS
DAY, Maroh 0, 18 -8, at 10 o'clock a. m.s
at the Company's office. Port sticet.
W. E. FOSTER,
70 10t Fccretnry I I & R. Co.
THE DAILY BULLETIN lms the
largest circulation of uny paper
printed iu this Kingdom. GO cents per
u fliUiunu u
HONOLULU PIONEER STEAM
F. HORN, Proprietor.
PRACTICAL CONFECTIONER, PASTRY COOK- AND
Having not only a six yeavs' but over a half century's prac
tical experience in all and every branch of
OF THE RICHEST QUALITY,
Of all sizes, always on hand or made to order and orna
mented in the highest artistic style, defying all
other production in Honolulu.
KSHonolulu: Hotel St. bet. Fort & Nuuanii; both Telephones No. VkgBR
Made of the celebrated CREAM of the "Woodlawn Dairy,
som at ine great reduced price of
S2.00! S2.00! S2.00! $2.00! S2.0O!
PER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
AT THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY,
CAKE, AND BREAD BAKERY,"
S3rAs some evil disposed persons who aro openly boast
ing of the intention of ruining my business and villanously
falsefying my GOODS and IOE CREAM I will forfeit
$100 to any person who will prove by analysis that my
ICE CREAM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhere else.
j BEWARE ' OF ' FALSE REPRESENTATIONS "t3a j
Practical' Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
Both Telephones No. 74. Hotel St. bet. Mununu & Eort St.
M-iiffHWnVi' Miiow '
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
CLOSING OUT SALE !
CREDIT AUCTION SALE.
By order of Mr. L. II. Kerr, I will soil nt
Public Auction, (on account of
doptitt'ire), at his store
Oil THURSDAYS FRIDAY,
MARCH Sill & 9Ui,
EACH DAY AT 10 O'CLOCK
Ilis Entire Slock or
Tailors' Goods I
A "Large Lot of
Single Suit & Pants Patterns,
Assorted Trimmings !
And a Large Assortment of
Diagonals & Now
Raymond & Wilshire Fire-proof Safe,
I Elegant Koa Desk,
Conntcr.s, Shelving, Jtc, &c
TEKiRltS AX" 8A.LB.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
78 td Auctioneer.
- i .. .
THE annual meeting of the share
holders of the Iutcr.Islnnd Steam
Navigation Co. (Limited), will beheld
at their olllcc, TUESDAY. March Oih,
at 10 o'clock a si. J. ENA,
Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 29, 1883. 77 Ot
A HANDSOME COOL BARBER SHOP.
8S ICIIfG STREET.
HAS been opened over the restaurant
by one of the best practical
bin tiers in tho city. Gentlemen wish
ing a nice easy Shave, or a fashionable
Hair Cut vviirilnd it to tjieir advantage
to give me a trial. 75 lm
i f,ry -
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