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FRIDAY, NOA 30, 1888.
THIS IS MILITARY.
Euitou )olli:tim: In an is9ite
of tllo "Advertiser" of 'the 29th
there appeared a letter from Major
Hebbard, in regard to the way Com
pany C of that battalion had been
insulted. As for the shooting con
test, I have found that I was misin
formed, and thcrcfoie must apolo
gise. But, as to llio right of tho
lino I contend that Company C ii
senior according to Upton, "the
authority." If Major Ilcbbaul will
turn to page 151 of Upton's Tactics,
he will llnd this paragraph in forma
tion of tlic battalion: "Companies
whose Captains arc absent, are
posted in lino according to tho rela
tive rank of ollicers present to com
mand them. At tho discretion of
the Colonel, a company whoso Cap
tain is about for' a few daj-a only,
may retain his place accoiding to
his rank." You sec, it don't say
4 months, only a few days. Ac
cording to this paragraph, Company
C is the lanking company.
This is military, and if wo are
going to be military let it be so.
EdITOK O LUSO ILVWAIIAKO.
THE LAND QUEStToN;
Editok Bullktix: The land
owners jiij,t as well as anybody else,
like to sec their propcities pay
handsomely; how then do they
leave thousands of acres of land be
tween tho sugar and the grazing
belt vague? Because their cultiva
tion would cost money and trouble,
and they have their share of both in
their sugar plantations and ranches.
But would they not do the duty
of good citizens by looking a little
into the benefit of Che country, and
of their fellow men, especially as
their interest would be one with
that of the comuunity? Allow me
to explain my views on the subject.
Where there is cattle the forests
disappear, and the rainfall diminish
es. Now, the water question in
Hawaii is ono not to be overlooked,
as the complaints of drought, are
every year more numerous, and the
want or rain may impair our sugar
industry in the near future.
The remedy for this state of af
fairs would be the planting of valu
able forest trees, (the cork tree, for
instance, could be tried with great
probability of success). But as
that enterprise would require labor
ers to rthoru the employers could
not give constant work, they ought
to sellrlo them distributed over therr
properties, and on the instalment
basis', lots of about twenty acres,
at the lowest possible figure, say at
their acquisition price, so that the
small proprietors might take care of
the growing forests and fences,
beside raising 6i their owrr lands,
corn, beans, potatoes, pigs, and
poultry, products which we know do
thrive on our high lands, and will
always find a ready market, especi
ally amongit our 12,000 Portuguese,
who live in their country mainly on
the two first articles. Moreover,
our planters would lind there arr
ample supply of horse feed, as those
animals do well on corn and horse
Finailyasour small farmers would
raise all, or more pork than the
country could consume, no more
bacon or ham ought to be imported.
This would cause cheap living, and
' :i8 a consequence, cheap labor,
create rrew industries, and give the
so much neededjarmers and perma
nent residents ; in a word transform
Hawaii into a real Eden.
Part of the now useless lands
would produce fire wood, lumber,
or fruit, and the other part would
after a few years be eagerly leased
by the neighboring farmers,' and
the properties would increase a
hundred fold in value.
A word more, and I finish. Could
tho Goornmcnt not do something
in the homestead line, by selling or
rather giving, (that "country being
now desert)Olands in the district
between Pololu and "Waipio, and in
order to attract settlers build an
hydraulic elevator on both sides of
Pololu gulch, advancing gradually
when needed? The present bridal
path jrill'do for man and beast, but
not for Iqmber or products, and as
water is at hand, the benefit would
well,repny tho expense of building.
Under the Gibsonian period a
petition signed by over a hundred
names was sent to the Legislature
but little or no nolico was taken of
it. Can we not expect better from
tho Eeform Party? Cms.
EXHIBITION OF ARMADA RELICS.
In the Grand Saloon of Dairy
Lane Theatre, London, there is at
tho present time an exhibition of
relics' of the Spanish Armada and
of the times of Queen Elizabeth
generally. Tho exhibition ,was
onened on Oct. 21 by tho Earl of
"VYjnchUsea' and Nottingham, a des
cendant of Sir Christopher Ilatton,
ElfelibeUi'tf Chancellor. Dr, Drake,
descendant of tjie old sea fighter,
was present. Tllo exhibits compriso
about) COO articles. Jt is remark
able that so large a number should
bo collectable after tho lapse of
tbreo centuries. In addition to tlio
- relics of the Armada itself and per
sonal beloogings of the heroes who
Reined, to scatter it, there nro arms
,mV armor, books, pictures, auto
graphs, ami an extensive collection
of prints. A crlmson-vclvct rob0
which belonged to Elizabeth, is dis
played in a glass caso to itself. A
Spanish torture-chair and accessor
ies of tho torture room, which came
from a charnber of the Inquisition
at Cucnca, -where they were dis
covered about ten years ago, are
among tho exhibits. Several treas
ure-chests, real works of art, with
intricate locks, are among the
Armada effects. Whole suits of
sixtcenth-ccrrluiy armor show that
the Englishmen of that day were
considerably smaller irr stature than
the Englishmen of the present time.
Mr. Geo. "V. Smith has picpaicd
the following statement of subscrip
tions collected by him to dcfiay the
expenses of the visit of the Austra
lian baseball players:
Total subscriptions SC77 25
Amount not collected. . . . 40 50
Expenses Hawaiian Band.. ..$28 25
" carriage hire 32 00
Balance S57G 50
It has been suggested by a num
ber of the donors that the balance
bo turned over to the Honolulu Li
brary and Reading Boom Associa
tion. Others think, that the bal
ance should bo kept as a reserve
fund to assist our local base ball
teams in the future and keep the
grounds and grand stand in order.
However Mr. Smith starts out to
day to pay back the money collect
ed, and the subscribers can then de
termine what shall be done with the
LUNCH AND PRESENTATION.
Thursday afternoon the team of
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. were
invited to partake of lunch at the
residence of Mr. John A. Hassin
ger. There were present: Messrs.
D. Dayton, Deputy Supreme Chan
cellor; M. E. Grossman, Geo. W.
Aslrlej, Geo. C. Stiatemeyer, 'A. K.
Meyers, Chas. Ziegler, Fred M.
Lewis, Fred Harrison, C. J. McCar
thy, Fred Waklron, C. T. Wilder,
W. C. Wilder Jr., J. L. Torbcrt, A.
Gartenberg and P. A. Dias. Pre
ceding lunch the invited guests as
sembled on the lawn, where Miss
Junnita Hassinger presented them
with a handsome Pythian Hag, the
work of her mother and herself, in
the following remarks:
Gentlemen: I invite you to assist
me at the ceremony of unfurling to
the breeze a Pythian flag, and as I
believe it to be the first time that
this flag of your Order of Knight
hood has been dismayed from tow-
erinir flasrstaff in tins Kingdom. I
ask your Deputy Supreme Chancel
lor, as representing the head of
your Order, to break the bonds
which now confine the colors and
give them to Freedom and the
(At this point Bro. Dayton un
furled the flag, when Miss Hassin
Sir Knights, you are about to go
forth upon a pilgrimage. It were
well upon such journeys, you should
have some banner under which to
rally. Take this llag, and through
you, in the name of my mother and
myself, I present it to tho Lodge
you repiesent. Floating above you
on land and on sea may its shield
and its crest be a continual le
rniuder of your vows. Its three col
ors, the tenets you are pledged to
uphold, and combined may it prove
a talisman to preserve from harm all
those o'er whom it may wave, and a
beacon to guide j ou to continued
acts of true Friendship, sweet Char
ity and pure Benevolence.
On behalf of the members of the
lodge Brother M. E. Grossman -replied
as follows :
Miss Hassinger, lcsponding on
behalf of these members of Mystic
Lodge, to the sentiments you have
expressed and for this beautiful
flag, I beg to thank yen and assure
you I voice the sentiments of every
member. When wo go upon our
pilg'riraagG to the island of Maui
next week wo shall carry thi beauti
ful insignia of our order with us, the
sight of which will encourage us to
noble deeds. When we look upon
that handsomo flog and think of our
friends, amongst whom we shall al
ways rank both you and your moth
er, we shall ever endeavor to live up
to thoso noble principles of our or
der, Friendship, Charity and Bene
volence. This is the first time that
flag has been raised in tiro kingdom
and may it not bo the last. We
shall endeavor to rally niouml it and
live up to thoBo noble principles of
tho Older of Knights of Pythias.
Again, allow me to thank both you
and your mother in tire name of the
team for tho very handsome gift and
for the sentiments expressed.
Three cheers were then given for
Mrs. and Miss Hassinger, while
Master Hassinger saluted tho flag
with three guns. Tho brothers thou
sat down to a suraptuouB lunch after
which they inspected tho grounds.
At 4 o'clock they returned to torn
after having epent n veiy pleasant
FiUDAY, Nov. 80th,
Cbas, Harrigan was fined 810 for
A nolle pros, was entered against
W. F. Moore, charged with vag
rancy. TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X advertise it jn the Dah-y Bulletin
FIRE THIS MORNING.
At fifteen minutes past two
o'clock this morning an alarr.l of
firo disturbed our lcsidents from
their slumbers. It was very evi
dent from tho reflection in tho sky
that it was a largo one. It occurred
in an unoccupied cottage near tiro
l'ohuknina school between Punch
bowl and Likellko streets. "When
tha fire department arrived the
house was completely enveloped in
Haines and the surrounding property
was in great danger. However, the
firemen when they got water worked
with a will and soon had the llames
under control. Tho interior of J.
L. Torbcrt's cottage was considera
bly damaged by excessive heat.
The burned house was owned by
Achcong and had been unoccupied
for a long trine. JLhc origin of the
fire is unknown; but it is supposed
to have been caused by soldiers,
who the neighbors say, used to visit
the premises at all hours of the
night. A large crowd of people
turned out to sec the fire.
GO HAL STONES and BIUOKB, for
JOHN P. COLBURN & CO.,
110 lw Queen sttet.
CARD of THANKS.
J DESIRE to thank tho Honolulu Fire
Department and thoso parties who
assisted in removing and replacing fur.
niture at my residence during tlio fire.
llOat J. L. TORBERT.
PEARL RIVER EXCUSHMSTS
Please Take Notice.
IN future nil who arc in.
vitcd to make the trip
to I'cai 1 Hnrbor on the steamer
"Etui" must be on hoard at 8 o'clock
a. m sharp.
110 21 B. F. DILLINGHAM.
JP street, near Ala
pii, Dark Brown Mare,
indiscrib ible brand on
- left Hank. A reward
will be given on returning same to
Watcrliousc's Fort Street Storu. 110 2t
WILL take place on SATURDAY,
Dcccmboi W., ut 7.:S0 v. si., at
tin- fomiKiicsij. Muti'ul Bcni'volcnt So
rl ij's Hull, Al'ij ai smut. TiolaU can
lie h.nl !il N-ilif's licivcr Saloon and W.
( Pi acock' , M reliant meet. Tickets
i an also be b.nl tit rliu n u. The l'orlu
guou Band v-ill j lay u selection of
music on die giuumls Pi of. Beiger
(with liis string iiml) will take tlinrjie
and conduct I ho duiue music 108 Ct
lutes irivtn lr parties or
j. e. mtowx & co., ,-
Ti.hiti I ininniiilu Noilc-i.
H UtSlCon Hoictnniasticet
Inlely occupied by Z. K.
Mji-iti, Jitij For luithurpar-
tiuimiii inuiliic of
G. E. BOAItDMAN,
110 lw Custom llouvc.
jVTOTlOE is heioby giv.-n that the
J.TI business heretofore cairied on at
.Walluku, Maui, by K A. Hielenberg,
I a. pas-i'd into my hands, nnd nil per
sons indebted ,o (lie saiil E. A. Bielen.
berg aie uqicsied to make payment of
tilth a counts to me in accordance with
the notice iti-ued by him.
NO K.MAN IIULBERT.
Wailuku, Nov. SI, 1888. 110 8t
"Wirt Iictwe Honolulu
Tuesday, Dec. 4th, at 2 p. m.,
BQy-FOR THE VOLCANO.-a
Tickets, - - $50.
WILDEE'S S. S. Co.
Royal Insurance Company,
Accumulation oi Funds, - $28,602,205.00
Fire rhks taken at current rates nnd
settlement made in Honolulu.
JOHN S, WALKER, Agent.
July 2(1 88.1y
Union Xlro & Marino
Insurance Company of N. Z.
Capital, $2,000,000; Unlimited Liability.
Firo and Marino lisks, taken at current
rates and bcttlcmcot made in Honolulu.
Insurance Co, of San Francisco.
Marino risks on Hulls, Cargoes, Freights
and Commissions nt current rates
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
July at! 88-ly
General Insurance Company.
Maiino risks oh nulls, Cargoes, Froight
'and Commissions at current rates.
JOHN. S. WALKER, Agent.
July 20 88-ly
ARE YOU READY ?
ijiddiuDi mm Mimu
Auction Salos by Janifcs F. Morgan.
fin WimiiHRTUV TlAf. R
VU UiJHUlni XIMV, l, UU
AT lO O'CLOCK A. K
At the residence of Mrs. W. II. Gracn.
lialgh, (West Premises), Wnlklkl,
1 will sell at Public Auction,
The Entire Housoh'd Furniture,
IParlor IT wriilfcwr'e
3-Llght Pendant Chandelier,
Large Center & Sofa Rugs,
1 Mathushek Upright Piano !
A new Instrument in tplendld tono
Plush Patent Rockers, Willow Rockers,
1 Swinging Dressing Mirror,
In Bronze Framo;
Lace Cuitnins & Poles,
Revolving Book Case.
Clocks & Ornaments,
2 handsome Antiquo Oak Bedroom Sets,
Woven Wire Spiing Mattiusup,
Feather Pillows, Mosquito Nets,
B.W. Cheffonier, 1 0akBed. Set,
Plush Tables, Field Glares,
Barometers, Hanging Lamp",
ANTIQUE OAK DINING TABLE
Crockery & Glassnarc,
Kitclion S$to-vo &Uou(sil!-
Ladles' Phaeton, Sei Single Harness,
Etc., Etc., Eic, Etc.
tSTAIl the Furhituie is new, and
will be positively sold. P emi'Oiopen
for inspection on Tuesday, Dec. 4th,
from 0 a. m. to 3 r. m.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
J7IRST.(JLASS Waist and Skirt Hands
. ut C. J. FiSIlEL'S.
"TUIE undersigned is directed tt pi ;;
X fiomONKto TEN TllMUt'AM)
DOLLARS in tin- nbovt cenr ties.
Apply to FKANK GoDFItEY,
Gint-iai BiiiinebS Ag1 nt,
Knights, of Pyllniis Building, Foit 8t.
Addles-, Uuieial Postotlice. H 0 3t
wife, Virginia Courtney, having
-provocation, iho public nrj uuttumuil
not Id fri"' her any cnilil cm my account
after this dale.
Honolulu, Nov ii7lli. 18S8. 108 Hi
STRAYED or STOLEN
FROM tho Gntcrnmrnl
Btabl.M it Hlnck Re
rriever Klul Pup. A milt,
able rewiiul nil) be eivt-u
lo any pci-on lrinrniiig
said Pup to
At tlio G Vi'rmiiL'iit Nuhlcx.
jwaL N Unfurnished Collage nf
efin?fK "' '''"-u ii" mt and
(yjfffiffi.q itliilu-ii, .Itimii-il Jn a ilt cent
locality, is wanted by n nuill family.
Apply in writing to "No. 2," Bum.' tin
OlTlce. 10J 31
qHE &tore of the lato Man.
JL Vicente, Jr., at Kalun.
mil, Makjwao, Maui, includ.
ing all meicknndisc on hand, llfestock,
etc. Lease of the premises has about 4
years to run. For fur her particulars
inquire of 8. F. Ohillimgworth, Esq.,
J. F. IIACKFFJ,D,
Administrator of the Estate of Alan.
Vicente, Jr., deceased.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1888. 100 4t
Newspaper & Job Olcc !
FOR AL SAL
The entire plant of the
Newspaper " ELEL.E,"
Will he sold nt a sacrifice. This is
one of tho most complete-
tower k Jul) Offices
In llio Kingdom, It has
Four Fine Presses,
All in Good Order.
1 Acmo Powor, sizo 32x4G;
I New Stylo Gordon, sizo 13x19;
1 Old Stylo Gordon, sizo 11x17;
1 Small Job, sizo 7x10;
4 Composing Stones.
1 Proof Press,
1 Card & 1 Paper Cuttor,
15 Job & Now Stands,
1 65 Cases of Job & Nows Typo,
1 Safe, Tables, Chairs, Rack, Etc.
USTTlio abovo outllt is nearly all uew
nnd contains typo enough to print three
21x80 nowspaperf besides the job oillco
outllt. The "Blele" has a Jorge circula
Hon and would in tlio hands of proper
parlies bo a desirable investment.
Cause of dale Its proprietor wishes to
rethe from tho newfpapor business.
t3P"J?or furthor particulars apply to
On tho Premises, corner of King and
Nuuanu Btreots. nov.87.89
niirtHnn Salftfi hv T.hwls .t. T.avaV.
MUVtIVII IYV WJ MUIIIM Ml XVIVJI
Under instruction from the Hon. II.
Wideinnnn, 1 will oiler for sale
at Public Auction, at
On Monday, Dec. 3rd,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
If not previously ilispocil of nt pri.
vale talo, that certain pro
perty known as
"THE PAU LANDS," Waikiki,
Comprising K7 40-100 Acres," moio or less
in Fee Simple. About 12 Acres of the
above nrc Svt out in Fish Ponds and arc
plentifylly t-tocked with Mullet, Awa
and Cam. Which nro now ready for
mat ket. Of the remaining Lands nbout
8 Acres are planted with Manlenio Grass
from which ii crops arc harvested an.
nuully, yielding upon an average 30 tons
per year, rno place is wen proviucu
with Mowing 'Mnchincs, JIny Presses,
Wagons, etc, and everything that up.
pertains to a w ell equipped fat m ; there is
A One-Story Frame Building,
Upon the premises (nearly new., con
taining 3 Rooms with all conveniences,
nud nt present occupied as a malingers
residence. In addition to tlio abovo
llicre is a Leasehold of about 1 83-100
Acrtt, wltli Buildings thereon, in the
rear and liniii dintelv adjoining the pro.
perty, which Is at present v ill stocked
with Pigs and Poultry, for which purpose-
it in peculiarly adapted.
Oil nccounl of its nearness nnd easy
nctevp to Honolulu, and tho cailyconi.
pletion of tlio Tramways to Waikiki,
this , "tpcity offers uuusual inducements
to parties wishing a safe and profitable
Tlieie are numerous Out-Bulldlugs on
US?" For further puticuhus apply to
F. W. Mccfarliiuc, or to
LEWIS J. L.EVEY,
fi8w td-101 lw-il Auctioneer.
Boston to Honolulu
C BRBWER & CO.
their line from
be in lotting
a Til si Class Vcs el
Uostnn foi Uonolulu lo
In-rlU January 1, 188!),
If Sufficient Inducement Offers.
E5 For fm tlicr infoimalion apply to
C. BKEWER & CO.,
Qui en Stiect.
H. HiVCIC' lSIX) So CO.
Have jiifcl reccivi d a f i . Mi Miir
St. Pauli Beer, qts & pts,
Fuerslen Brau. qis & pts,
Warrjiikd I'm" mid in (Jood Order
wliiih they oiU-i
FOR SALE at LOW RATES.
For 30 Dayr. For 30 Days.
WM CUtPilM SALE
Jliss Cliillbui g will hold a Clearing Salo
lor J 0 dnyp to make room for
Hew Holiday Goods
To arrive shortly.
Ladies' $20 Hat will be sold... for $8 00
" 15 " " " ... " 0 00
" 10 " " "... " 5,00
" C " " "... " 2 50
$12 Ostrich Plumes " ..." 7 00
$ 4 Tips " " ... " 1 50
FLOWERS, BIRDS and WINGS,
At Half Price.
The above lints nio all Now r.nd of tho
Latest Styles, and Trimmed with
the very best materials.
I'nrt Hlreet. lm
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET
' Comprising -.
English Rye Grass (Seed),
Bed Top Grass,
Mountain White BIcloii Heed.
Caiitulouiio, Xurulit, Carrot,
Irr fact nil kinds of Fnrm Garden
IE.S&' 3Loodl, 3Eto.
Tho usual assorlmcnt of
California Fresh Fruits on Ice,
Qrnpns. Cabbage, Frozen Oysters,
Pickled, os. of Smoked Salmon,
Salmon with1 heads, etc.
Ielund Fruit and Sweet Potatoes
always on hand.
100 BIG- TURKEYS
Call and see them going for their daily
com in tho poultry yard adjoin.
ing tho Fruit Market.
Mutual 1"oloi)lioiio, atS.
rj3JT Orders from tho other Islands
promptly filled. Address:
P. . OAMAltlNOS,
100 lm Cor, King & Alukca ets.
tfa 8ea an e
C2T DA11QAINS New Lino of EST BAlM UNS -Tg
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns',
At Lower Prices Hum ecr before. Now inolcc of
IVovolLicM uiul FnncyGoodK, Iu Ltu'RO "Vnrioiy.
See B, F. EM ers & So. s Stock
' Toys Sc Xo11h9
G-LOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
In fulnru, Mrs. E. Small will l)o prepared, lo do
Cutting and Fitting.
Oi'X'-'Jll ITOIX eA.TJ3
FKOAI SELW1G & LANGE.
18 & 30 Oliambers 18 & 30 Chambers
Which have proved a great tlcccs at Iliikn Sugar Gc ,Llhue, Hnnamaulu, Kekiha,
Waimea, Koloii I nlialna, l.uup'ilirelio , ("c . etc., nnd which
nro provided wi'h the l.utest linpiovemeiit'-.
SPARE PARTS OF
AT LOWEST BATES BY
H. HAOKFELD& CO., Agents.
On koounf of Rei
GENUINE GLEARANGE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets
Tn Plush & Leather; Uisquo, Glass is, Parian Wnro, Opera &
Marine Glasses, TulcfccopuH,
33CiiHio Boxes, rJFoy&, 33oolcs, -A-llixis,
And other things too numoioiiH to inciition. All the above
Uoods will ho oilbrcd at tlio
LOWEST PRICES EVER
fifTho abovo Goods nio Now,
been imported ex icccnt arrivals and
W. H. GRAENHALGH
lOO JTovt rstrcot, Honolulu,
& ,. B ?
o. runm nnnn
THE ABOVE PRESSES,
for tsXio same.
QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
Tiesh ami of tho Lutcbt Design, having
weio bolectcd oxpicsBly for tho trade.