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BISIIOV & Co., UAKlvERS
Honolulu, Hnwnilan Islands.
Draw Exchango on tho
Bank J Oulllbrnia, H. ST.
And their agents In
NEW YOHK, UOSTOH, IIONU KONG.
Messrs. N. SI. Kothschlld A. Bon, London
Tho Commeioial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co. ot Sydney,
Tlio T link of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chilstchurch, n nil Wellington,
The Hank of BrltWi Columbia, Vic
tovi. U. 0., nnd I'oitlnwJ, Or.
Traiwtsct a Gcneroi j.inUng imsiiie-ss.
ijiijwjwiii m vm immm wm wwm mm awawwi mn
Pledged to neither Seel nor Paity,
Jiut established for the benefit of all.
THUKSDAY, MAY 10, 1888.
THE FISHERIES TREATY.
The publication of tho text of the
proposed Fisheries Treaty with
America has been followed by its
free discussion in the three countries
concerned. Party views are in
some cases allowed to warp honest
criticism, and a few opposition
journals in the States and Canada
have already raised protests against
the Treaty. But it has the warm
- and unhesitating approval of Presi
dent Cleveland, who calls it, in his
message to the Senate, a "just, hon
orable and therefore satisfactory
solution" of the existing dilllculties.
This cordial acceptance of the
Treaty has exposed the President to
censure for neglecting to redress the
wanton outrages which were said to
have been perpetiatcd on American
' fishermen. In Toronto, on the other
hand, it is objected that tho inte
rests of Canadian fishermen have
been altogether sacrificed, and that
they receive no sort of equivalent
for concessions made. It may nev
ertheless be assumed that Sir Chas.
Tupper, who is said to be thotough
ly satisfied with tho Treaty, would
not lightly accept provisions huitful
to his own country or that Mr.
...-Ghainbcrlain would purchase a set
tlement at the expense of his con
victions. The hostility of the Maine fish
ermen and the inlluencc they can
command in the Senate may yet pre
vent ratification, but a further effort
at conciliation has been made by
the interim regulations, which the
British Commissioners have framed
as a modus Vivendi till the Treaty
becomes a law, and which arc char
acterised by President Cleveland as
likely to allay friction by their gen
LOCAL CLIMATE M THE SEAV
A series of observations have
lately been made under the direc
tion of tho Paris Academy of
Sciences with the object of deter
mining the temperature of the ocean
at various depths and in different
parts. The result has demonstrated
that there is what is called local
climate in the water as well as on
land. These inquiries into the vary
ing temperature of the sea may
help to explain the migratory move
ments of fishes, and give a clue to
what has hitherto been a standing
puzzle. Fish have been known to
disappear from one locality and
afterwaids appear in another to
which they had been strange. It is
now suggested that the water on a
coast having from some unexplained
cause become colder, fishes have, in
obedience to a natural instinct,trans
fcrrcd themselves to a milder clim
ate. Many people say that fish as a
rule are not susceptible to changes
of temperature, but it is now proved
beyond question that many varieties
arc extremely sensitive to cold, and
necessarily also to heat. Any
marked change of temperature in
the waters would theieforc lend to
migratory movement to more con
genial quaitcrs, nnd may account
for the yearly change of ceitain
fishes on our coasts to .shoals and
shelters where tho piactical fisher
men can always find them. The
whole subject is of the greatest in
terest, and opens up questions which
may bo studied with advantage in
nli paits of tho world. A little
practical work throwing light on the
mailer would help to elucidate one
of tho most inexplicable pheno
menon of aquatic life.
For u cough, boil ono ounce of
flaxseed in a pint of water, strain
and add a little honey, ono ounco of
rock candy, and tho juico of .') lem
ons ; mix and boil well. Drink as
hot as possible. S. F. Mci chant.
VINEGARS THAT POISON.
SOME CX0F.LU1NT ADVICE ItKOAllDIXO
Till: VAKIOUS 111UND3.
"There aro good vinegars iu tho
market ; there arc also those which
arc indiflerent, bad and very bad.
The latter arc the more common,"
lemnrked a member of the Health
Board to a lcportcr the other day.
"The best and most wholesome nrc
those made from cider and wine.
These ictain suggestions of the ap
ples and grapes from which they
originally came. If carefully kept
they lcmain palatable for nn indefi
nite period ; if carelessly, they, like
every good food substnnce, are apt
tp become mouldy and unwholesome.
From a gastronomic standpoint, the
best vinegar is that which is made
from red wine ; next to It arc those
made from white wine, cider and
perry. The lirst is invaluable in
salad dressing on account of its
beautiful color; the second is most
useful in those preparations where
no color at all is desired ; the third
is available for nil general use, and
the last comes to tho front whenever
the delicious jargonelle llavor is con
ductive to the culinary success.
"Below this first class arc the
vinegars made from ale, beer and
whisky. These ate coarse, heavy
and often offensive. They never,
except in the case of -whisky, arc
made purposely, but represent the
desire of some' brewer of distiller to
utilize goods which have been ruined
by careless treatment and which
would otherwise prove a total loss.
The ale that sours m the barrels and
hogsheads, the beer that begins to
putrefy in the vaults, and the
wretched whisky which is so full of
fusel oils that no dealer, not even
the lowest, will puichasc it at any
price, are the law materials from
which this class of vinegars is made.
They cannot be said to be injurious,
but they are simply miserable apolo
gies for the real at tides. In Eng
land they make what is called a
malt vinegar fiom mashed malt with
out distillation, but by simply allow
ing the sugar fermentation to go to
an acetic fermentation. It maj' also
be stated that there is nothing equal
for domestic use to a good cider
vinegar, and consumers should be
willing to pay a fair price for honest
"By buj'ing their vinegar from
reputable dealers only there would
be no difficulty in avoiding such un
wholesome stuff as we herein ex
pose. Below this grade of whisky
vinegar, bad enough in every re
spect, are tho vinegars made in the
laboratory Ivy chemical piocesscs
and especially by the destructive
distillation of wood. Unless skil
fully refined and purified they con
tain creosote, wood tar and other
products of the same class, all of
which arc injurious, many of which
aie poisonous and some of which
are fatal to the user. They have
one advantage and onty one they
are cheap. They bear the same
relation to genuine vinegar that
myrbane oil does to bitter almonds,
glucose to pure sugar, sweetened
dilute oil or vitriol to lemonade and
lard oleomargarine to fresh cream
My little boy is now six years old.
When he was about four and a half
years of age 1 was telling him one
Sunday of Elisha, the prophet, and
Ihe naughty children who called
after him: "Go up, thou bald
head," (In the illustrations the
prophet is represented as bareheaded
usually). Arthur listened atten
tively, then he said : "Why didn't
Elisha have his hat on? Then they
wouldn't have seen his bald head."
ROOM, with every
convenience. Apply at 181
Juat icceivcd from Auckland, Ex.
600 Bags of CHOICE OATS !
Of tho CROP of 188S, and which
UNION FEED GO.
lust received from Auckland,
FOR SALE CHEAP
UNION FEED CO.
ffl"M!E undersigned Inning been on the
.1. llli instant, duly appointed As.
t-ignco of tho Kstnto of Max IScknrt, of
Honolulu, a Bankrupt, by tho lion. S,
11. Dole, Justice of tho Hiipicmo Coiut,
hereby lequests nil pouons owing to
said ('suite to make immediate payment
of Baine to him to tho undersigned at
hia olllco In Honolulu.
W. O. PAKICE,
Assignee of Estate of Max EckaW,
Honolulu, May fi, 1888. SQ St
BISMARCK AT HIS REST.
Prince Bismarck is been to best
advantage in his celebrated, In
formal receptions and in his home
life, lie is a man of striking per
sonal appearance, lie is six feet
two inches in height and of splendid
proportions in every respect. His
head is very laige, of gi cat breadth,
well siiapc(l,nmlicsts 011.1 great neck,
which rises firmly above his giant
frame. The forehead is large and
bold, the lower half seamed and
furrowed ; the upper portion smooth
and shiii,. The eyes ore full, steel
blue in color and protrude far out
from the brows, which are covered
with great bunches of hair. The
nose is large and aristocratic look
jug; tho mouth firm, covered by a
heavy, grizzly mustache ; the jaws,
which appear to have the solidity of
iron, converge in a massive, finely
cut chin. The expression of tho
face is solemn, earnest, inexorable,
implacable. Paul Lindau once
visited the studio of Professor
Schaper, and saw there the busts of
Bismarck, Moltko and Hiohaid Wag
ner, which he described as "three of
the most marvelous heads that one
can sec anywhere, and beside which
all others look more or less insigni
ficant." Mr. Lowe, Bismarck's
biographer, made inquiries after
ward of Professor Schaper, and says
that of the three heads Wagner had
much the largest; that Moltke's is
remarkable for its beautifully sym
metrical and pci feet poise, while
Bismatck's is remarkable for its
rugged bulk and strength, and fol
ks abnormal breadth above the cars,
which, according to phrenologists,
would indicate combativencss. S.
w rests si
A Japanese Wi catling Tournament will
take place iu the
THURSDAY EVENING, May 17.
E2f Piirlic? desiring to join in tlio
tomnanit.nl can do so by applying nt
tho Japmee More, on "King Street.
DUBINCr my ubsunco from the King
dom Mr. John Ljruige-s will net
for me in nil matters of biiMiies.3 under
1 owei of attorney.
ao.'it v. a. camakinos.
nnilB undersigned having been duly
! inipoinled Hxeoiilors under the
will ol Gen. FngcUiault, late ot lloi.o.
lulu, decoded. Notice is hereby gicu
to nil tivdllois of the deceased to pre
sent their claims, whether seemed by
mortg go in otherwise, duly nutlienti
cated nnd with tho proper vouchers, if
any exist, to C. IJolte within six months
from this date, cr they will lie foi ever
bored. And nil poisons indebted to
paid deceased uro lequcstcd to make
immediate payment to C. Unite.
h. A. THURSTON,
Executors under tho Will of George
Honolulu, May 2, 1888. 38 2w
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
npHE undersigned give notice that
X they have been appointed Assignees
of Brown & Co., mciohants, of Honn.
All persons having any claims against
the said firm whether n'cured by mort.
gage or otherwise, aro notified to pre.
sent the same to the Asignecs, within
three months fiom April 23rd instant.
All persons Indebted to Mcssib. llrowu
& Co nio lcqucstcd to make immediate
payment to Urown & Co. or the
A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Rrown & Co.
Honolulu, Apiil, 21, 1868. 23 1m
MESSRS. Julius Holing and Ilcinrich
Itonjes tire admitted ns puitncrs
into our firm.
F. A. SCIIAEFER & CO.
Honolulu, May 1, lbfc8. Ul lw
A DUMP Cart and liar.
Zgfctir' -Ca- ncs?, In good order
85Ej To bo sold client). Apply to
Smith or Lunulilo Home,
THE Bl'OOK OF
Wines, Ales, ami Spits,
Uelongiug to tho undersigned, will bo
Yery Low Prices
During tho month of May. 1888, nnd all
p.ulirs wishing to supply them.
eolvpf, will do well to call and
examine tho Goods bofore
a'Jio GOODS miiHtTo sold
And embrace the licst Assortment of
Good Family Articles, that enn be
found In this city.
At BBOWN & CO.'s Store,
No, 14 Merchant Street.
ALUX. J. CAltTWRIQIIT,
W. F. ALLEN,
Ai-signcca of Ilrown & Co.
Honolulu, April 28, 1688. 28 lm
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Special Auction Sale
On FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
Jfny lltlt A M!th, At 10 n. in.,
I will sell nt Public Auction, at my
S.ilo3rooinp, corner ot Foil and
Quceu street.", n Lirgo nnd
Well.fcclccled Stock of
x:r.y goods i
Kcroived dlieat fiom Europe, con.
English Worsted Coating 1
Scotch & English Tweeds
Serge and Melton Cloth,
I.lncn nml Silk Handkerchiefs,
Toilet Covers, Napkins,
Together with n Lnrge Assort,
Silk & Salin Dress Palterns, &c, &c.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
SPECIAL SALE OF
I nin instructed by Mouib. II. llnckfeld
& Co., to oiler at I'ulilic Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, May 16tli
AT 10 O'CLOCK A
At my Salesroom corner of Foit nnd
(Jueon ctieet", .a choice lot of
Hew aud Elegant Household Fnrnitnro
Wardrobes, Durcaus, Tables and
Etageies, in Mahogany and
Vienna Bent Wood Furniture!
Garden Seals, Hugs & Carpets,
Traveling Trunk's & Dugs,
PICTURES AND OTHER
received Ew "Alameda" n small
eonsigment of the
C JSLi JS UKATE1)
In 1 & a 1I)M. Sealed Tins.
Guaranteed the driest in tho Kingdom3
II QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
LEWBS J. PEVEY
rVHE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
JL evening paper. CO cents per month
rpilfi above lcwaid will be given to
JL any peison or poisons who will
give Mich infoiinatiou us will lead to
tlio arrest and conviction of the person
or purt-ous who set lire to my store
situated on IJorcUnln tt eet, next to the
premises owned by J. IS. bush Esq., in
SUNG DONG SING.
Honolulu, May 0, 1888. 38 lw
K. E. LYCAN has full power to
sign receipts nnd bIuu for any
business in connection witli the Arm of
G. Webt & Co., dining my absenco from
the Kingdom. G. WEST & CO.,
Vev 0. Webt.
Honolulu, Slay 8th, 1888. 88 lw
LOST A parcel containing a pair of
New lioota about a week neo.
Inquire this ofllcc.
Continental and Colonial
36RuodoDunkerauo, - - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
of French, Belgian,
Hwis", Geruiau, and English Goods, nt
the best Manufacturers' Lowest Prices,
Commission, Two-and-a Half per cent.
All Trado and Cash Discounts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded
Remittances, through a Loudon or
Paris Hanker, payable on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to the
Tho Agency Represents, Iluys, and
Bells, for Home ami Colonial Firms.
Pieco Goods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
Silks. "VoUetb, Lawns, Chintzes,
Muslins, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Gloves,
Fringes, ParasolB, Haberdashery,
Gold and Bllver Lace,
Flannels, Fenthert), Pearls,
Roots and Klines, Gluts, and
Ohiun.waro, Clocks, Watches,
Jowollry, Fancy Goods,
Klectio-plate, Musical Instruments,
Fans, Ecelesiustical and
Optical Goods. Mirrors, Toys.
Perfumery, Wines, &c.,
Oilman's Slores, Hooks, Artistic
Ohroinos, Machinery, &o., &o.
1110 lv S
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
J. advertlBO in tho Daily Uulletik.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale of Real
"DY order of T. It
l.ncns. M. It Col.
i.ionnml.l. If. finlhiirn. Trustees of
tho Hnwnllnn Mechanics Deuollt Union,
a Corpornllon osittinu under Iho tows of
thl' Kingdom, tho Moilg.igoes nninerl
In u ei ltnln iudentmoof niortgago dated
Iho loth December, A. D. 1581, of ucoid
In thu ltawnllfin ltegl'tiy of Deeds In
Honolulu, In Hook 01, pages JIU'SUJ
nndrai.l will hell nt Public Auction,
On Naturuny, JUny 5fi 1S8
AT lit O'CLOCK SOOS,
At my Salesroom, in Honolulu, the fob
lowing pieces of lnnd to wit:
All those pieces of land slluntc In
Wnlmeii, Island of lCniial, Hawaiian
Islands, and defcilbed In I.. C. Award
2200 and Ho.vnl Patent 5271 to Kaipo
Also In L. C. Award 7072 nnd Nojnl
Patent -1811). , ,
Also Ui.it certain pleco of land de-
crlbcd In Apnna 1 of I.. 0 Awntd 31)53,
Hoynl Patent M!82.
Alo the land di"-rtlbed in 1. 0.
Awaid 'J :)2, Koyal Putinl "i2-r,
Also the laud deseilbed In L. 0.
Award 0Jr,)conl Patent 5281.
And also two nieces f hind on School
flliiet, in Honolulu, Island of O.iliu,
emit lining nrrcs nud 1 r0-100 iicrc-i
ufcprdlvijfv, and dovied to thomoit
gigors by It Itcolikoliini.
' o- piirtlrti'ui'ri apply to A, llosa,
Attorney for Mo tg-uet!'..
J AS. h MOKGAN,
ale of Leases !
By order of tho Trustees of
HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE,
I will bell at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 4tli, 1888
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen btrcet, tho
LEASES of the following
Parcels of Lands,
Situated at Konti, Hawaii, as follows:
For i Ten of IS Yeats.
1 Tho Ahupuaa of Waiahu, des.
cilbed in It. P. No. 11KI0.
2 Land at Knhului, Koun, desciibed
iu It. P. No. 0177 A.
3 Ahupnsii of Kahului, Kona, apana
3, H. P. 1U0O.
4 Ahupuna of Kalama, Kona, apnna
2, It. P. lUC'J, L C. A. 851G 1).
5 Ahupuaa of Pahcehoo, Kona, K. P.
6 Ahupuaa of Kaloko. apana 11, L.
C. A. 7710, containing -1300 acres.
7 Ahupuaa of Laiiihauiki, N. Kona,
apami 2, of R. P. 3U8, containing 3910
0Ahupuaa of Ilonuaula, apai.ii 4
and 5, of It. P. 3148, containing 2G 48 100
9 Ahupuaa of 31ocanoa, araua 27, ol
L. C. A. 0U71.
10 Also, the Lease for 5 years of tho
Kiiln poi tions of Jlokauca, at Kulilii,
Oaliu, makai of the rice plantation, nud
extending to within 100 feet of fish
ponds of His Majesty.
11 Also, the Lease for 10 years of
tho unleascd portion of Iwilci, includ
ing Sea Fishery, containing about C4
acres, more or less.
And at the same time will be solda
Parcel of Land at Aki, Lahaina,
Desoribod in R. P. 34fi5, L. C. A. 0793 B.
containing 3 Roods and 14 Rods.
Terms-Payable semi-annually in
advance. Possession given on com
pletion of papers and payment of
first six months' rent.
ES?For further paitlculnis apply to
the Trustees, or to
JAS. 3F. MOKGrAJJ,
35 ood Auctioneer.
TOB PRINTING or all kinds exc
' cnted nt tho Daily Buij-ktin Offloi
Another Fresh Lot of
Hay & Feed!
JuFt at rived and
Algeroba Firewood & Gbarcoal 1
Made from Algeroba Wood.
At JOHN F. OOLBDBJTS,
Hell Tele. G3. -JEST Mutual Tele. U87.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
miM popula' impnr published,
Imported Direct from Havana,
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'The jl i-'tK m mo Kingdom
CO cents per mouth,
FIFTH ASHUAt UBETIilG.
Hawa'n Jockey Club.
I0HDAY, JJM 11, 1888
Races to Commonco nt 10 o'clock Sharp.
ItUNNING RACE-J Mile Dnsh.
l'Yeo for nil.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACK 1 Mile Dash.
Tor Hawaiian bred horses owned
by niuinbeis of thu Jockey Club.
Cup to become tho property of tho
one winning It twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RAOU
For Hawaiian hied horses only to
harness Mile Heats, best 2 in 3.
RUNNING 3tAOK 14 Mile Dash.
Fiee for nil. If but one starts to
beat 2 :"0.
5lh-KAPI0LANI PARK PL'ATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Heats, best !l In 5. Fiee for
all. All horses having a record of
2 :;)0 or better to go to wagon.
RUNNING RACK 1 Mile Dash.
Open to all 3-yenr old Hawaiian
bred hoises only.
71H-R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACH 1 Mile Dnsh.
Free for all. Winner to beat the ic
eoul of "Angle A," 1:454. To be
inn for annually.
8ih HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
SI 00 added.
RUNNING RAOE-i Milo Heats,
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bied horses.
Cup to become the propcity of the
winner two consecuthe years.
9th JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Swi:i:i-staki:s TROTTING and
PACING RACE Mile Heats, best
2 In 3. Free for nil horses that
have not a l coord of 3 minutes or
better tobediivcn In Frazier road
carts by members of tho Club.
10th LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Free for all.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies 11-hands or
under, and 3-year old or over.
EST" Rules lcg.u-dlng entries aud
stm ting tuc suspended In races against
For San Francisco
"With Immediate Despatch.
Tho Al Iron Hritibh Hark
nPHE attention of hhippers of Sugar,
X Rice and other Island Pioduce is
directed to this first class Vessel.
C53T Applications for space should bo
G.W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
4!l Agents. tf
Ucnernl Mlilpiilns Ascnoy uuil J-'or-elun
Goods, Parcois, Baggage, Etc, Etc,
Forwaided to and from all parts of
C. O. D. amounts of invoices collected
in any couutry.
JKtf-TariflH of JtntcH on Apiillcntlon-C
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
00 2S Merchant Street. tf
U King st.
74 King St.
,. Importois of
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
'ianos Gl Furniture
Moved with Caro.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any uobls contracted iu
my name without my wiitten order.
W. O. AOHI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. 28 tf