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On THURSDAY, Mny 3, 1888, at
12.. o'clocl: noon, will bo told at
public auction nt tho front entrance
ol Aliiolani Hale tlio llawaiiun
steamer "Knimilon," of WS.83 tons
measurement, together with all her
masts, sails, bull yunle, anchors,
cables, boats, engines, boilers, tackle,
apparel, furnituro and fittings, as
alio now lies in the harbor of
An invontory of tho above can be
seen upon application at tbo Interior
Upset price $2,000.00.
LOIUUX A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 17, 1S88.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Inlands.
Draw Kxnhaneo on Uip
JSaiilc o Ou.lil"ornia, W. JP.
And their agouti in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Bydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or
Transact a General Bauklng Business
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-FIVE CENTS THR FOUKD.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs are quickly lclievcd by the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to be
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. lloin. Plenty of testi
o? it as
Pledged to neither Seel nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1888.
WHAT WILL THEY SAY ABROAD?
'JC l.v.v llUO UCCU I1JUIC
l , :u rwl .v
acre in this country
. 4-11. . u.-
"what they think about us abroad"
than can be found in any other
land. According to the teaching
which most of us were probably
subject to in our youth, this is not a
very commendable anxiety. To
obey the dictates of right and jus
tice, regardless of the good or bad
opinions of others, is what we were
taught. But now we seem to re
verse that teaching, and concern
ourselves rather about the opinions
of the outside world than about tho
principles and practices which de
servo and command the respect and
admiration of all enlightened people.
Some very excellent members of the
community are so extremely troub
led, night and day, about what tho
people in America, or England, or
Timbuctoo, or at the North Pole
may think and say, that they object
to tho'local papers recording a fact
or expressing an opinion which im
plies that the country ,is not a veri
table paradise and the people not all
wingless angels, for fear of creating
an unfavorable impression abroad.
A conspicuous evil may exist or a
bad act be committed, but say noth
ing about it, conceal it. Wo can
endure any evil and wink at any
misdeed, but we cannot bear to be
thought badly of abroad. Let one
man cut another's head off, or rob
the Treasury, or set fire to tho
water in tho harbor, that is endura
ble, but keep it out of the papers,
because the papers go out of the
country, and then, "What will they
think of us abroad?"
It may be here remarked, that thh
deep and anxious concern, although
existing for several years past, has
changed base since this day twelve
months ago. The peisons who wero
then bo much troubled about with
holding from publication all antag
onistic criticisms of l&hmd affairs,
have become indifferent; whereas
many of those who were at that time
most active in exposing every un
Bightly blotch nro now foremost in
advocacy of silence. It may seem
a little strange, but no stranger
Now, the remedy we would sug
gest for a Ion and uncomplimentary
estimate of us abroad is, to be care-
ful thnt cvciythlng is rlht sinil i
BtrnJght at borne. This should bo
our first concern. If everything nv
home is ma do as correct as wo nro
capable of waking it, and kept in
that condition, there need bo no
fear about what may be thought of
ua abroad. Unfavorable imprcft
sions will in time bo changed. Then
if matters at home are in the best
condition we can place them, and
to that cstenl satisfactory to our
selves, why need wo excite our
selves concerning what is' said
Last Sunday evening, an old na
tive woman died at Kawillwili, and
on Monday another one.
The ministcis' convention was
held in Koloa three days this week,
ami was attended by all the minis
ters on the Island. The Rev. Mr.
Goodell, from Ililo, took part, and
Dr. and Miss J. Smith conducted
most of the escicises. A number
of essays weie read by the ministers
(the subjects having been given
them some time ago). Some of
them were veiy good, showing much
thought and care on the pait of the
writers. On Wednesday, the first
day of the convention, Mrs. Smith
gave a luau to all the natives and
many of the foreign residents of
The hospitable people of Koloa
have entertained many visitors dur
ing tho past week visitors from
Kapaa. Lihue and Wainiea. A party
of nine, including four teachers,
spent Thursday at the Wahiawa
Falls, and enjoyed it very much.
The Kails nic well worth a visit, and
the valley that leads to them is ex
A young wild cow which had es
caped from the branding pen of tho
Koloa plantation, attacked a horse
which was being driven in a brake
by a lady and a little girl. The
horse received quite a serious wound
in the neck from the horn of the
cow, and the inmates of the brake
weie thoroughly frightened. For
tunately nothing worse happened.
A littlcmore care might be taken in
penning them, and wild cattle should
be guarded so that they cannot mo
lest travelers on the Government
The people of Lihue are expecting
an influx of teachers befoie Monday,
lor that is the day when tho normal
class for teacheis is to commence.
Mr. Gibson, a gentleman well quali
fied for the position, has been ap
pointed bj the Hoard of Education
as teacher for the class, and the
Rev. Mr. Mackintosh may assist
A tine baby boy joined the family
ciicle of Mr. Bishop, the genial
sugar boiler of Lihue null.
The Rev. J. B. Ilanaikc, formerly
of Lihue, has been appointed visit
'"" ""suVlal. 'or tliu l&Inud of
Kauai, Apr. 12.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
HIAWATHA .lOhXhON'S WOOING.
In the city of Chicago,
Wlieio her fathei made his money
Selling wheat, of which he had not,
To the men fioih Cincinnati.
Lived a soft-ojed pule face maiden,
Jlinnohaha II. MeXulty
(With the accent on the pemdt),
Who was young, and fair, and slender,
And who wore tier hair In fiizcs.
Very beautiful was Minnie.
Fiecfiom caie of all description,
And as William J. .MeXulty
Paid her bills for fanoy diy goods
Bills lor seven dollar stockings,
Corsets, ci Imping pin, and fco forth
He would often let his mcinoiy
Wander bach a seote of summers
To the time when he was com ting
.A guts Geueiee MeUaithy
(Now tho mother of his daughter).
How they iwd to sit at even
Ou the fiont stoop of tier father's
.Mansion cu the Hue de i'om Cat,
Swapping lovely lic about their
Wild affection for each other.
And as William.!, icileetod
On the past and on the picscut,
It oeciiucd to htm that Minnie
Had a quite decided bulge on
Her mamma iu oinL of w.udrnbc.
In the .Summer when the ball club
Of Chicago lost the pennant,
Lost the pennant that their hired
Men had held Mine 1880.
Aliunehalui went out tiding
Inn nobby slduhir wagon,
Down tho bouleaid they travelled,
Eeiy now and then pioceedlng
To pull out and knock the socks off
Some morn impieteutinus llyer,
Until .Minnie and her fnthci
Had about i cached the conclusion
Theie was nothing in Chleigo
That could make the old mine hustle.
But anon the ear of Minnie
(Pretty o ir w 1th pink of sea (.hell)
Caught the soft and nuntituou3 breath
ing, Of another horse behind,
Of another hmve that seemed to
lie hi Miiiiouhat of a henry,
Kinin the way In which he made tho
Landscape v.iulth iu ptuopcctlw1.
Ho she punched her fattier gently
'Twlxt Hie MMh and seventh ilblets,
And suggested that, unles lie
Had a wild deslic to wltues
The suriouudliig country thiough a
( loud of dust, he'd better lilt the
Old biy mm u just about aniUhhlps
With the whip, anil holler at her
You liao focn tho tempest raging
Ou a wild and ineUy t-eaonast,
You haw; lead about the battles
In vvliluli thousand bravely peiUhed
They woic nothing to the strngglo
That took place between JloXulty'.s
Old bav nunc and the grey gelding
That the sti.mg.r deftly handled.
He win haudfoir.o, wa the sttauger,
With a foi in like an Apollo.
And he tteeicd the big gtcy gelding
With n skill that won the lieait of
Alluehahu as she sat theio
And beheld her patent distanced.
"Hold, bravo youth!" eiicd out Me
Xulty, "Put your horse up and come hither,
I would speak with you concerning
That good steed which you mo driving,
Will you s -11 him? What's hU record?
Docs Jin ever have blind f tggor6?
Is his owner a poor widow
M ho is forced by want to sell him?
Or who argues that the cllnuito
I too Miliry for fast drhlng?
Sock not to deceit o inc, sonny,
With a inlii extremely gnuxy,
But get down M Veil-ioek flguies
On your horse and let inc have them."
Thon up spoke tho youth whoso driving
Had cnjuinutcd Mlnuohnha,
"twill never sell my horse, sir,
For I value him too highly.
With the sw Illness of a whirlwind
He can draw two In bnjvgy.
And the famed steed? of the desert
1 all so far In sliced below him
That if one should m to pass me,
1 oulne his ihlvcr ouleklv
Would conclude that he was going
In the opposite direction
He Is bred iust like St. Jullr-n
llnmbletouliin stock, and you can
Bet your eveilastlng dollar
He Is kind and sound and gentle.
"Money cannot buy this lioue, sir,
But to you I'd gladly give him
If you only will allow mo
To pay court unto your daughter,
She who sltlelh now bcitlc ou,
In tin flusli of maiden beauty;
Slttcth them like any Illy,
Tall and fall- and puie and stately.
1 have loud your daughter madly
Kver since 1 Hist beheld her,
As I came upon the ne.ir side
Of your buguy and went past you,
Without her my life N nliuh'ss,
All my hopes arc wiecKrd foiever;
Ann unless my love letiuncu is
I will jump Into the liver."
"You may hac her,'" oiled MoN'ulty;
"Have her with a paient's blessing,
And befoie the winter eometh,
When the civomuc tinning golden,
You shall many Minnehaha
In a style to make our lica 1 .swim,
Tor I loo my only daughter.
And would iiiaki1 her whole life happy.
Take hoi, Ui.iv:illni.ToliiiM)u
(Yuit will notice that 1 l.now ou)
Take her whh this hoise anil buggy, '
Anil let inc get in behind that
Gelding with Abdullah action.
I will gie my .Minnehaha
'I o the man that plncth for her,
And console nivtelf hcii'iftur
With a noise that bents Ii::i0 '"
A bulletin says the malady from
which the Kmpctor of Germany is
suffeiing now appeals to bo moving
from tne back of the larynx more to
the front, which is icgaided by
physicians as a favorable symptom,
because the danger of IheT disease
attacking the msophagus" will bo
thus a veiled.
Prince Hismailc had tendered his
lesignation, but has withdrawn it.
(JUKVT BUITAIK AND IUIXAND.
The Biitish Cabinet met April
Gth, and discussed the possible com
plication likely to lesult from the
ptoposcd Xew Ballenberg alliance
in Boiliu, and the proposition made
by Salisbury was concurred in to
the effect that Mho Government
should advise the Queen that such
an alliance would be inopportune,
and it would facriously embarrass Bis
marck. The transatlantic steamship com
panies are stopping the booking of
irisu iininigiantB because tl.c num
ber of applications for passage is
greater than can lie accommodated.
rf"UlERE will be n special meeting of
X the Honolulu Social Club on
WEDNESDAY EVEMNG. Apul 18li,
i.t 7: 0 o'clock, at the hall of the Paeilie
Uoo Co., King street. A full attend,
ance ij reuue ted. Husiness tit import
nncu. Hull, etc
10 2t Secretary.
DIVIDEND of Three Dollar per
holders of the Inter Island Steam Navi.
Ration Co, (Limited), at tlicii ofilce on
ihe 18 instant. J. EN A,
l't .It Sccieinry.
Furnished Cottnga To Lot.
AVISKY desirable romny
Co.tijjc, finely locateu,
noilly furnished and coin
plcte in evety rcpcct, with stables, car
ihipe Ilonc, etc , on the ptemhes, can
lie lea-ed ill a v-ry moderate lenlal, for
a Jcjgvh of lime, by a desiiablc leuant.
HAWAIIAN mJMES3 AOKNOY,
1 i III No. '0 cor. Pot l & Alercbanl Els.
Furnished Room Wanted.
A GENTLEMAN of gncd character
. anil btaudlrg wlslfoa to obtain a
plcas'int furnlsliid ltor.m in a deblr
able locality, within -0 minutiV walk
of the Po Ollleo, where, ho could lie
served wiih en Ilea befoie leaving the
house. Plnic address "KOOMlCK,"
I, o. box No. 051, aiating lecithin,
lowest price, ele. 10 3t
EXTRA l'hiu Oho n ate CtoynB
nt the Aotv-.ti.il l liLtory.
LITTLE Hoys and Girls luy
their tally at the New-Candy.-.
ITS a fuct, 111" C'renn Caudles
mo i.pcr or at Ihu New Cindy
rP RY dint renudv for a Bwcot
X toolh ."Butter Souli" at tho
New Candy factory.
LITE Ice Oieiim Pnrlon-1 n
placu where you can get ihe
lln'Kt Icn C eim, talus and
On'llpr-. Tob phonos No. H38
Mil tul, No. la Uell. 18 Iw
WHIP, I.np Ho he, L u'.em,
Kiikul Nn lock c iith
rnm, rnd :a .Ics' and d IhJV photos in
tide A rjuiiid will he given en rr.
turning ilia nbovo f rticloi to this oltlcc.
MELTING of the stockholder of
tlm Jlnni'il Telenhnnu (jnninnny
Mill be held nt the Oouiinny's hulhiine;,
on N KDNESDAY. A pi il Willi, at 2 v, M.
0. O, BBnQER,
15 td Becrctary,
,ftgjj ti'ii&Js&BilSixgris aSflsSSscgc'fii'fawglffi
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On'WEDNESDAY, April 18th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mis. M.Orrgor,
giving sticet. near A taken street, 1
w ill sell at Public Auction, (ou oc.
count of dcpnituie),
Tho Entire Househ'd Furniture,
B.W. Marble T. Table
Center llugi, Vnses, Lnmps,
03V3E XJLAJNO !
(Collard & Collard Makers.)
Decorated Hanging Lamps, Black
Walnut Abu hie Top Bedroom Set,
S)rmgMatl. Mosquito Nets
Cane Scat Chairs,
Dining Itnoin Furniture,
Meat bafe, Crockery,
KilcM Stoves & Utensils,
Etc., Etc, Ktc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or FRIDAY, Apri! 20th,
AT JO O'CLOCK A. M.,
At Uic re-iderce of Cap'. 15 P. Cnmeron,
Chiuj&c Chinch Pieniisef, Fort tttect, 1
will sell tit Public Auction,
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Black Yainut Marble-top Table,
Steel H lgruvinps
Black "Walnut C. S. Chairo,
I icture Finincs,
CeiiKr & S 'fa Hug",
Black Walnut Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Opting 31 UIMIESS-, Jlosquilo Net,
Feather 1'illowi, 2 Pine Bcdioom
taeis, 1 B W. Kx'enion Table,
Ila Ware, Gaiden HoiO, etc., etc
toaic assoitmeiu of all the
Iu the Millinery .Line, such as
Hats, Ritais, Foil ers,
Ornaments, &o., &c.
Also, a Most Excellent Assortment of
3P 3L. XJ IMC EJ S
00 Itii-oct from Knrope. 1m
White Bros.' Port. Ceineit
Coal Tar, StacBialii Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, .Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
ic, tie, ttc.
POK HAliK JY
HrHaekfeld & Co.
Tonsorial Artists, 88 King St,
GENTLEMEN of Honolulu: Please
ttl,o iimico thnt a neat Kurber
Bhop Iius hren opened next door to tho
iu Uuribt cloMi btilis, 83 Klnjj i-lreer,
by two of the hdrt pinUiral 15 u hers iu
town, (lonlleineii mo inpiestid to give
Us it trial. Wo giiiiinntuu sntlsfurtion,
Childient' hair euttiiig n sperinlity.
.M. I'. .IARDIM,
17 Im ANTON H. LLOE.
MARRIED cnuplt wife to rook, nnd
u tingle nuiu for Kcilukekun, Ha
wiiil. Muht be ncciikti nietl to fencing
null mil fciillttini: Apiilv to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Ill lw an Murobnnt ctrect.
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
X Lmlly Bulletin 50 cu per month.
j.. . w.lm
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovoy.
On THVKSDAY, May 3rd,
AT XO O'CLOCK A. 31.
At tho residence nf Mr. Henry llergor,
facing the IUorcatlon Grounds, Maklfel,
I will sell nt Public Auction, tho whdu
ot his Household Fuinltiiro and eflcotB,
consisting of In part:
Black Walnut Parlor Sofa and Chairs,
8 Extra Lori?o Brussels Center Rugs,
Smull Rugs. Easy Chairs, 1 U. TV. Bod
room Set, 1 nearly new Hundsrme 11. YV.
Marble-top Ikdtoom Set, with Spring
Mut'l'tS', Single L'eltte-iulp, Bui cans,
Spring Mattresse". Ued Lounge, Mos
quilo .Nct, I B. W. Estenibm Dining
Table, Koa Sidtbiard, Writing Table,
Chairs, Rocking and Easy Chairs,
Veranda Easy Ohaiis. Ohnntleltera and
Lamps, 4 largo OU Paintings, Refrige
rator, Meal Safe, Churn, Ice Cream
Freezer, Cicckiry&Ulaisnare, Matting
& Oil Cloth, No. 1 Winthiop Runijeand
Utensils, Garden Tooln and llienud
lot of Firewood, etc., He., etc., etc,
And If not disposed of previous to S lie,
1 Largo California Carriago llor&o,
Snuud and senile suitable for fiimllr
use 1 Family Canlage, Set Harness &
1 Gcutle Pony with taddlu & Bridle
suitable for a boy.
N. IS. Free bus will jtirt nam tho
corner of Fort "and Beretanln tt'eets, nt
0.!0 A. M. sharp, for couwntonco of
parties attending the Sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
18l4t ' Auetloncer.
Per " Natuna,"
A Small Invoice of
Dhcct from the pottetics in Stafford,
-FOP SALE BY-
HORSES, &c, FOIt SALE.
ON" recount of depar
ture. 1 California Carriage
1 li.ack Mtic, broken for harness and
1 Top Buggy, Il'irncs5, Siddlc. etc
Ap-)ly V. HTF.GEMANN,
U 1 w at II. H ickfeld & Co.'s.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
We are glad to know that nn intelligent
community appicclutennd patronizo
an institution, that has l-THST,
ghen paitieularly brilliant
Wo hnvn existed, nnd by the PEOPLE'S
VOTE we desire to exist. Drive after
drive have wo given, and thousand upon
thousand high priced GOODS have
floated out to the populace, at
comparatively SMALL COST.
LOKC LIVE THE
Bargain Sales !
So Says the People.
This Week we continue our SPECIAL
CHEAP SALE. Every Article
is Muikcd Down.
Our $4 00 Jersoys will bo sold lor $2 00
Our $5 00 Jorsoys will bo sold (or $3 00
Our $G 00 Jersoys will bo sold lor 25
Our $8 00 Jersoys will bo sold (or S5 00
Special IturgniiiH in
Hioiu;, Hats, Laces
Black, Cream & White Brocaded
ESTWedt'er IXirnordinniy U'irt'nina
In Odd Lots, UminnntB und Odds und
Chas. J. Fishel,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
THE DAILY BULLETIN hos tlio
lurgebt ciiculaiion of any paper
priuicd iu this Kiugdum. 60 cents per
Gopelantl Dinner Se
The New and Elegant Fitted Store of M. McINERNY, corner
of 'Fort and Merchant Streets,
xs m2WP wmm
Whoro will bo found an Elogant Display oi Goods of Buoh
grades, as this corner has beon always noted for.
Entire New Lines of Goods selected by Mr. E. A. Mc-
Ineruy now East. Among my very General
Stock will be found
Ladies', blisses' & Childrens'
French Kid Button Boots ill Slippers
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens' Peb. & St. Goal But. Boots,
" " Dongola Kid Button Boots,
" " " Shoes & Slippers, vari. styleB,
Ladies' Silk Hose,
Ladies' Silk and Merino Undervests,
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens' Lisle and Balbrigan Hose,
Men's Silk Undershirts & Drawers,
Perforated Silk Undershirts,
Lisle Thread & Balbriggan Undershirts,
Saxony Lambs Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
White and Eed Shaker Flannel Undershirts
" Anglo-India Gauze & Merino Undershirts.
Boy's Undershirts. My usual Fine Assortment of
Men's and Boy's Fine Shoes & Slippers
Men's Elegant Week Wear, Very Choice Line of Sus
penders, Jouvins White and Colored Kid G16ves,
Gent's Fine Hiding and Driving Gloves,
Every Stile &. SIMe ii Men's Hats k Boy's Straw Hats
Umbrellas, Walking Canes in Solid Heads
Gold and Silver.
I have the most Complete Assortment in Elegant "Fashion
able Styles from the best houses in the United States.
Yery Elegant Tweed and Cass Suits,
Black Dress Suits,
Black Frock Suits.
All My Clothing is "Warranted Shrunk, "Well-Cut, Carefulhr
Made and Will Give Very General Satisfaction.
Razors and Pocket Knives,
Kazor Straps and Brushes,
Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes, "' '
Flesh Brushes, Back Scratchers,
Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate)',
Cloicii Perfumes ai Otler Toilet Articles.
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Sole Leather Trunks,
Gents' Solid Solo Leather Valises,
Gents' Fine Leather Traveling Bags & Satchels,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Traveling Hugs, (very fine) , which every traveler ought to
TIB Usnal Fine Stoct of Laflies'" Gent's & Boy's
GOLD & SILVER
Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold 'and
Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and the famous GORHAM
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 925 Fine.
eS"N. B.Ko Plated Goods Bold in this Eatablishment.-a
Thanking the public generally for the very liberal
patronage bestowed on this house during the last 25 years,
and soliciting a continuance of the same at the New Pi-c-mises.
The Clerks will be found ready and willing to cour
teously attend to all ladies and gentlemen visiting thia
Honolulu, March 9, 1888, 86 lm
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