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Dr. A. I RAYMOND has been
nppointed, by (he Hounl or Eduea-
tion, School Agent for the Disttiet if
Kau, Isluml of Huwaii, vice Mr. U.
W. C. Jones, resigned.
By order of the Board of Education,
W. .TAS. SMITH,
Education Oflice, Dee. 1, 1888.
112 3t-tl- i Jlt-w
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the "benefit of all.
MONDAY, DEC. 3, 1888.
WHO IS TO BLAME?
It is a question in many cases
where people incur liabilities to
tradesmen which they are unable to
discharge, whether the creditors arc
not more to blame than the debtors:
for instance, when the liability is in
curred by purchase which results
from importunity on the pait of the
seller. In their anxiety to effect a
, sale, it is a common thinjr for trades-
men to say, "lake such and such
' goods and pay for them when you
can." fliey almost literally press
their good-; into customers' hands,
taking their chances on payment for
the same. If the purchaser finds
himself indefinitely unable to pay,
who is to blame for the loss sustain
ed by the seller? As? the seducer is
always more morally guilty than the
seducod, although Usually the se
duced bus to bear the shame, and
the seducer goes free, so in this case
the most culpable party if either
be culpable is the one who forces
The Bulletin is a source of great
anxiety to the "Advertiser." No
doubt our small-souled neighbor
would like to have the field to him
self, or at least to hear the Bulle
tin continually shouting approval in
his trail. It grieves the Govern
) ment organ exceedingly to find
our columns open for the expression
. of all classes of opinions. Anything
which has a tendency to disturb the
quiet of the snug little family ar
rangement makes the olllcial organ
bristle all over. This supersensi
tiveness developed from the day
that the regular editor started out
on a vacation, leaving a Government
employee in charge, and we presume
it will continue as long as the same
doctor writes the prescriptions. It
is not at all suprising that the "Ad
vertiser" is "disgusted" with the
Bulletin, for how lovely everything
would be if the latter were out of
the way! The English-speaking
people of the country would have to
Es& "whistle" for a means of civing
venrtothe dissatisfaction constantly
- effeiTescing in the mind. But this
"disgust" is not likely to affect our
course in the slightest. Disgust
can be met by disgust. As to other
people being disgusted with the
i Bulletin, there is no doubt about
it: some people will always be dis-
;guted with anything and every
thing. Wo never forget the story
about tho old man frying to please
everybody. Neither is there any
doubt about people being disgusted
with the "Advertiser" quite a good
many people, too and it is about
time for tho "Advertiser" to get
disgusted with itself.
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUC-
"Nothing succeeds like success'
The man who accomplishes success
iti onir Hvnllr tt lifp nr tin ef nnprn.
It' linn. in the man who succeeds in
acquiring a reputation for shrewd
ness, ability, or wisdom in that par
ticular direction. "Nothing fails
like failure." The man wiio faUs
shoitof the object of his aim, is
pronounced to bo wanting in tho
qualities with which the successful
f rn n f.MArlal nH lriiniiAnn lit wAn III ir
UJUU IB UlUUUVUi 11 jicicua Ml IVHJitV
the successful man may have ac
quired success by a "fluke" or mere
accident, while failure in the other
case may have resulted from a cause
'which no human shrewdness or wis
dom could avert.
Men with but little capital and
less brains sometimes become mil
lionaires by investing in lands,
stocks, etc., without any great ex
pectations, aud selling at times of
excitement and inflation, A his sue-
makes tfiem financial magnates,
v6hderfully shrewd men, eminently
respectable, strictly honest and hon
orable as nil wealthy men arc;
great authorities on finance, and de
ferred to on all matters relating to
the prudent management of great
financial transactions, though they
may have no more brains than a
parrot. If tho inllalion had not
eonip, and they had been compelled
to sell out at half tho cost, theii
weakness would havu been disclosed,
and they would have been adjudged
extremely foolish men, not at all
respectable, and pel Imps not even
We live in a woild and in an age
where a man's general success is
regulated too kirgely by the measure
of his success in acquiring wealth.
The dollar is the almighty power.
Its possession confers respectability,
honor, and influence. What a great
and glorious thing is success in ac
cumulating coin! It changes the
biggest dunderhead into an author
ity in finance, and makes all the
difference between an astute and
honorable man of business and a
rogue. He is highly respectable,
and is the honored guest at parties,
balls and banquets, and just the
man that public affairs should be
conducted to suit. But the man
whom fortune does not favor, al
though he may be a sensible, de
cent, stiaightforward fellow, is not
entitled to notice, respect, or influ
ence. Above all, the man who falls
from riches to poverty, whatever the
cause, must prepare himself for be
ing jumped upon generally, accord
ing to the custom of the age and the
principles of human nature.
So long as this custom of estimat
ing men by their material posses
sions, instead of by their moral and
mental attainments, prevails, so
long will our boasted advancement
remain, to a large extent, a hollow
POSTAL -CARRIER DELIVERY.
Eunon Bulletin : Honolulu has
now advanced sufficiently to have a
postal delivery by carriers, the same
as other cities all over the civilized
world. Cities and towns in all En
glish-speaking countiics have these
conveniences; and even in towns
half the size of Honolulu, postal de
liveries by carriers have been long
established and are considered ne
cessary to the proper working of
postal facilities. There is no rea
hon why our 1'ost Ollice should lag
so much in the rear of progress as
to have a general delivery only from
the window where crowds of'natives
congregate, and make an effectual
bar to applicants for letters whose
time is valuable. These crowds
gather on the arrival of every mail,
and it is just then that people want
their letters. A postal delivery by
carriers would be very easy in Ho
nolulu ; and the extra labor need
not involve extra expense, as one or
more members of the staff could be
easily spared after sorting time, to
deliver such letters as were address
ed to portions of the city within cer
Of course, those having piivatc
boxes do not feel the want of a car
rier delivery ; but those who ' have
none of these conveniences feel dif
ferently. Besides, the delivery of
wrong letters to persons of the same
or similar names would be avoided
by carrier delivery, and 1 am told
there is a good deal of that done.
The "effectual bar" ly natives
at the delivery window where for
eigners' get their letters, must be
confined mostly to the imagination,
seeing that natives and foreigners
receive their letters from windows at
opposite ends of the building. Ed.
The Makawao Literary Club held
its regular monthly meeting on
Tuesday evening, Nov. 22, at the
residenco of honest Lowrio. This
was ono of the most successful and
joyous meetings ever held by the
Club. The moon was gloriously
bright, and tho roads in splendid
condition. ' Well do I ween that
more than one soft heart beat more
quickly, and tlfd'fair check suffused
with pleasure, as words of lovo from
some gallant cavalier were whisper
ed in her car on this splendid night,
which none can soon forget.
The piognimiuc for this occasion
was a qood one. It watt hi ranged
b' Mrs. Hull and Mr. Charles
Dickey, and they deseive great cre
dit for the samo. The evening's
entertainment opened with a quar
tette song, "Keep Silence," The
faingcrs were Mrs. Hail, Miss Dora
Simpson, lion. II.'l'. Baldwin, and
Mr. Dickey. The audienco certainly
did keep silence atid listened with
wrapt attention to the wonderful
music. I can only say it could not
possibly be excelled, even by your
Honolulu artiBts. The song, "The
Fisher's Uoy,"by Mrs, Lowrio, was
received with great applause. The
piano selection by Mrs. John A.
Palmer was splendid. This lady is
a first class mimic. an, as many
others can tpfatify. So is Mrs. Lor
rin Andrews, and her efforts to
please wero eminently successful.
Remarks by Mr, Warren Good
ale in defence of the old MiBsion-
aries word full of sound argument
and none of honest mind could deny
A recitation entitled "Going
Sotnewhetc," was given by Mrs. 11.
B. Bailey. This piece is a combina
tion of humor and pathos, and no
one is better calculated for such
leading than Mrs. Bailey.
Reading by Miss Goodule and
other good things followed. Lastly,
a character song, "We will have to
mortgage the farm," by Mrs. Gu
lick and Mr. Dickey, ably assisted
by Mrs. Ilali, the Misses Wyckoff
and Simpson, and Messrs. Gulick,
Koster and George Bailey. The
special mention of this song is well
merited, it being simply perfect.
We are glad to mention they did not
havo to mortgage the farm.
These meetings arc both enter
taining and instructive, and are a
great credit to our district.
The next meeting will take place
at the residence of Mr. II. B. Bailey
and everybody knows that means
lots of fun.
There have been several burglaries
committed in our midst in tho last
few days. Mr. Lans of Paia fired
three shots at a burglar, but un
fortunately missed his man. Our
efficient Sheriff, Mr. Chillingworth,
has his eye on some hard cases, and
will no doubt soon have tlicni in
Mills are all grinding,lotsof sugar
finding its way by rail to Kahului,
thence to 'Frisco by the many ves
sels arriving at port. With aloha,
Kula, Maui, Nov. 25th.
A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY.
It hns always been a well known
fact that Wenncr & Co., the jewel
ers, make an unusual display of
new goods at this holiday season of
the year. Their stock for this pre
sent season has just been opened,
and it may safely be said that no
liner goods have ever been seen in
this market. First, there are the
gold watches, a choice variety at
prices ridiculously low, and nothing
could be more suitable for a present
than a watch. For children they
have handsome bracelets, also a
splendid lot of scarf pins in dia
monds, pearls, etc., collar buttons,
shirt studs, sleeve links in now de
signs, set and unset diamonds,
clocks, gold headed canes and other
articles too numerous to mention.
Our readers will do well to call at
the store at the earliest opportunity.
ALL pit lies indelikd to W.S.Luce
on Die itOtli iay of September ust,
are requested to s-eltlo up their accounts
iit once AV. S. LUCE.
By liio attorney in fact, Frank lirown.
Hawaiian Lodge, Ho. 21, F. & A. M.
THERE will be a regular meeting of
Hawaiian Lodge N6. 21. P. & A.
M., at their Hill, coiner of Fort and
Qiietn strce's, on MONDAY EVEN
ING, Dec. Jird, at 7:',10 o'clock,
For Business & Election of Officers,
For the Ensuing Masonic Year.
Msonbos ot Lodge lo Prngrts and all
sojourning brethren are ftaterually in
vited to intend.
.Uy order of the AV.-. M.-.
T. C. PORTER,
111 2t Secretary.
a Place to
A GOOD INVESTMENT !
The Best Company
OF NEW YORK.
Will Mil I you a Poliry of Insurance which
is Incontestable after Two Years, and ib
abbohitely safe investment. Call on or
S. IJ. KOSK,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawailnn
Inlands. oqt.O 884y
For Your Wife & CMlta
Free Tontine Policy
IN THE NEW YORK
Life insurance Go.
The Actual Results of these Policies as
rtald since J 882, havo by far
been greater than those
of any other
Oyer $1,000,000 Insurance In Force
On These Islands,
tsy For full particulars, rates, otc,
Honolulu, General Agent Hawaiian
Auction Salos by James F, Morgan.
On Tuesday, Dec. 4th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M..
At tho rcsldcnco of Mr. M. E. Living,
stone, Nuimnu Avenue, below llio Eagle
House, I will tell at Public Auction,
The Househ'd Fumltu'e
Center & Sofa Kugs,
Cunning, Ciitio Sent Chain,
Ash Bedroom Set,
Matttases, Pillows, Mosquito Note,
Cook Stovo and TJtonsils !
Billi Tub, Garden IIor,
CROCKERY' & GLASSWARE,
One Saddle Mare,
In Foal to "Hnrllclil 5"
I Set buggy Harness,
Etc., Etc., Etc..
JAS. F.' MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, Dec. 0, '88,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. III.,
At the tesidenccof Mis. W. II. Omen-
halgli, (West Fri'tnUes), Wniliiki,
I v, ill sell al Public Auction,
The Entire Househ'd Funsituro,
3-Light Pendant Ol.andeUer,
Largo Center & Sofa Hugs,
1 Mathushek Upright Piano !
A new iu-trument in f-pliuuid tone
Plush Patent Rockers, Willow Rockors,
1 Swinging Dressing Mirror,
In Uronzo Frame;
Lace Cuitnin & Poles,
.Lbony 15 rackets,
Hcvolying Cook Case,
Clocks & Ornaments,
2 handsome Antique Oak Bedroom Sets,
Woven Wire Spiing Mattrasis,
Feather Pillows, Mosquito Nets,
B.W. Gheffonier, lOakBed.Set,
Plush Tables, Field Glasses,
Barometers, Hanging Lamps,
ANTIQUE OAK DINING TABLE
Crockery & Glassware,
Kitelicn Stove .SsTTteuHilH
Ladies' Phaeton, Set Single Harness,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
CSTA11 the Furnituic is new, ami
will be positively si Id. P cmli-e open
for inspection on Tuesday, Dec. Itrff
from 0 a. m. lo U r. m.
The regular Waikiki Bus will lravo
at 9:!J0 A. M., from tho Pmitheon M'iblts,
on day of sale, cairyiug ptissongeis
direct to the house.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
110 4 1 Auctioneer.
HORSES & COLTS.
BY order of Hon. W. O. Smith, Ad.
miniatrator (wilh the will annexed)
of thi E3tato of Z. Y. Squires, dcceised,
I will f-ull at Public Auction, in front
of my Salesroom, Queen street,
On Saturday, Dec. 8th,
at iu o'clock, a. ar.,
Tho Following Stock:
1 Pair Wagon Mares,
Sired by "Crttor;'
14.YoarO!d Giay Colt.
1 Yellow Saddle Marc,
2 Biding Mare's, Oregon Stock
5 Young Colts & Fillies,
(3 to 3 years old);
I 4.Y!ieel Wagon,
1 Double Harness,
2 Spanish Saddle?,
2 Bridles & 3 Halters.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ARE YOU READY ?
Will Leave Honolulu
Tuesday, Pec. 4th, at 2 p. m.,
BQy-FOR TIIE VOLOANO.-a
Tickets, - - $50.
WILDR'S S. S. Co.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 2d columns, purely local matter
Mailed to foreign countries, $B per
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Loyey,
AUCTION SALE OF
13y order of the Commissioners of Crown
l.mulf, tho Lcascb of tho fol
lowing I, mids for n
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS
III lie sold at Public Auction,
Oil MONDAY, December 10, '88,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
At the Salesrooms of Lmvis J.Levey,
1 Haelohui, X. Konn, nhout 0 miles
North of Knlhiiv by rojd, land extends
from the ten to tho woods,vr-cTUon near
the upper Government road, good for
coffee raising, said to havo a good sea
nhorv, area about 1000 acres. Upset
2 Piua 3, N. Kona llcmnant of
about !20 acres at the sea, pf mile south
3 Unoull 2, S. Kona, containing 307
nisies, four miles from KniiwnloTi Ltnd.
trig, formerly lensed by H. N. Green.
4 Honomalino, S. Kona, Ahupuaa
ncir the Kau line, laud extends Horn
tl-e Eea lo the upper ridgo of the Koim
foil st, landing good about 2 miles from
Upper Government road, area about 3000
notes. Upsc' price,"$2"0.
5 Olaa, Puna, Ahupuaa nbout 13
mlici from the town of Huo, extends
along the Hllo woods to nearly the Vol
cano of Kilauca, good puMui age, area
54.'J0i uc. .?. Unset price, $ 150.
6 ' onil'Rwaf, Hllo, Sec. I, extends
f loin the II a at II HU towards Mumiuloti,
about It) miles Good for grazing pui
poses, area 2,800 acres. Upset price,
See. II, rem lining portion of the sea
frontage, coniainim; about 8 or 10 acics.
Upset pi ice, U.O
Sec. III, IV nnil VI, Rimnanls in
town, gfol Bui:diii'i Lou.
31 AM :
7 I'olipoli, aiihu, Care jiml Kula
Lund. About CO acies. Upset price,
8 AUmihi, Lahainn, Kula ban 1 an 1
lfl-li Pond, crntaluiini an aria of 0
acres. Upset pi ice, $!!;.
9 Lapukea, Laliaiua, :C-100 acres iu
"10 ItiUahi, Laliaiua, llcmnant cf
about j acie.
11 Mukum n, Liliaiua, Pish Pond at
Wainee, makai of Chinch.
12 Walalua, IIhim, good Pasture
Land, area alout 100 acres. Upet
13 Naplli, Kaanapali, Pasture Land,
about 400 acres.
14 H. Kaukohoku, in G picocs, 8 41
Apana 1, 5S4 acre,
Apana. 2, COO acie, 1 taio patch of
Ap.ma 3, 338 acre, 2 taio patch of Kau
pali. Apana 4, 177 acre, I taro .patch of
Apana C, 080 acre, 1 taro patch.
Ap.m-i (i, 07'.) acie, 2 taro patch.
1 5 Pukclc, Paloio Valley:
bee. 1, Taro and Pasture Land, 1(2
Sec. II, makai part of Valley, Pasture
Ltnd, 3G4 acres. Up-et price, $110.
1 6 aiomao, 1'aloJo, Taro and Graz
ing l.and at head ol Valley, area 74bJ
aeic-s. Upset pi ice, 300.
17 Poloke, Makiki, lenniining half,
taio land, 437 acie.
18 At Kaneohe, Koolaupoko:
(I) P.irt ot Sec J, I'astuto Jianu anu
sn i'ond nar Mohapu, 353 acres.
(i) Sec. (J, lcmaiuing portion of Ka.
uonouiuiwi, raslutc anu uisn ronu,
containing 5 acics
(3) Sec. O, Kaluapuhi, Taro and Kula
Land, 0 acres.
(4) Sec. L), 2, Kuluapuhi, 1 15-100
(o) Sic. F, Walkalua waho, at sea,
Taro and Kula Land, 2(5 acres.
(6) Sic. O, Wnikalua wabo, the lele
calied Lamdla, Taro Land, 5U.100 acre.
(7) Kec. II, Walkalaa Loi, 0M00 acre,
(o) Sec. J, Keaalau, Leie of Wnikalua,
(!J f,0 100 a. res, Fish Pond 8 acres, re
iii'iindiT good pasturage at sea.
(0) Two Islands of Mokumanu, off
1 ? Km tlior particulars of the above
Land , e e., may be obtained at the
oliice ol thi) Commissioners of Crown
Lands, Aliiolani Utile.
CUltTIS P. IAUKKA,
Commissioner & Agent ot Crown
LEWIS J. liEVEY,
G8 tdw 111 7t,d Auctioneer.
' ' - I. .1.1 I II .1 WT
'"piIE undersignol being about lo leave
X the Kingdom, requests tho imine.
dlat') settlement of all accounts due
N. P. Burgess, or steps will bo taken
io collect the same.
10'J2w G. W. BURGESS.
Of Supplying Yourself With
Will Sell for tho Month
Greatly Reduced Prices
His Exctodlngly Fine Assort
figy-Familics should not fall to take
advantage of this opportunity to supply
themsolves with their Stock for the
W. 8, LUCE,
By his Attqrney.in-Fact,
No. 26 Merchant Street; H. I.
.F . N03L rJT JIT.
Has Juit K'Cttvel a Largo Lot
fi uiOTiK iiaccos
JEST ESPECIALLY for
CIGARETTES ot tho following Well-known
iilchmnud Straight Cut,
Etc., Ktc ,
IN SMOKING- TOBACCO, THE FOLLOWING
BRANDS WILL BE FOUND:-
Seal of Noith Carolina,
Our J!oy, H fle,
Gem, Lono Jack,
Etc, Etc, Etc., Etc.
Chewing Tobacco of the Best Quality !
A LARGE VARIETY OF
Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders,
mi Briar "Wood Pipes, Match Boxes, Tobacco Pouches, &c , &o. I'm
23& BARGAINS -3
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Pi ices than ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-HARDI ME, PLOWS k Ml IERGHA1ISB.
NoviOtieH am) Isiii;y GIoocIk, In Jdui'sre Vitx-iety.
17oys &c Bollei,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
III future, Mrs. E. Small ivill lie prepared to do
Cutting and Pitting.
.. ' I1 , TTTT
STRAYED or STOLEN
"I7BOM tho Government
JJ StnbUs n Mack Re.
triever slut Pup. A suit
able rewaid will bo given
to any person returning
said Pup to JAS. COLLINS,
107 tf At the Gcvernniint stable-?.
A NEAT Cottage of Four
Rooms, Bath-room in
the House, and Out-honscs,
near the Mormons Church, now occu
pied by Mr. Vogcl. Apply to Mr.
Vogcl, at Hoffbchlaeger & Co.'s. 97 tf
MM.A TTOUSEon Beretania etject
&V$a O. lately occupied by Z. K.
JS2 Myers, Ei-q. Por lutther pur.
ticuliirs inquire of
ANEW ( ottago of 3 Lnrgo
Booms nnil Klti'htu, pa-
pared and piu ed, and tiai
aled mauka of Punchbowl st'cetover.
looking the head of Emma stiect. This
buldiug is placed on leasehold land
tho liau having seyiral years to run.
Will bo sold cbo ip for cah. Apply to
101 lm J. E. BROWN & CO.
JL Vicente, Jr. at Kiilun
mil, Makawao, Maul, iucltid.
ing all uioichandlse on hand, JifcMotik,
eto. Lease of the prcmif-os his nbout 4
jears to run. For fur her paitbul.irs
inquire of B. F. Chillingworth, Esq.,
J. F. HACKFELD,
Almlnittrator of tho Kbtatu of .Man.
Vicente, Jr., derotsed.
Honolulu. Nov. 27, 1688, 100 4t
HOUSE tq L.ET.
rpiIE House and Premises
X lately opcupicd by W. 8.
Luce, Etq,, situate on. Union
stiect and Adams Lane. The House
contains parlor, .1 bedroom?, 2 dressing,
rooms, hallway, dining room, pantry and
kitchen. Theio Is alsu a Cottapo ni the
grounds with 3 rooms, stable, carriage.
hoiiEO aud sorvant's room. The place is
in perfect order. Possession given at
ouco. Apply to
1 87 tf ilo.'zi Merchant street.
of the Finest lhauds of
tho HOLIDAYS -a
Havana & Domestic CIGARS ot tho following
Quiet Girls, Boodle,
Etc, Etc., Etc, Etc.
tie Very Best
Etc., Etc , llto.
JG BARGAINS -
SPECIAL rates elven to parties or
. riicnlrs. Anulv
J. E. BROWN" & CO.,
ThIii'I Lemonade Works.
MRS. GASCOVNE begs to inform
Iiit numerous fiieuds and cuf
tu.nerM thill having returned from her
vacniion, will resume business on MON
DAY NEXT, December 3rd, at her
former residence, King street. 109 lw
RS. GASCOYNE is prepared to
icct'ivc oiduiH for Dyeing all
elapses of Goods at tho Thompson's
Celebrated Uyo Works of San Fran
cisco. Samples (1 the Dye in all tho
various colors and shades cau bu seen
on application to Mrp. G i- coy no's Dress,
making Room-. Orders promptly at
tendid to. 10!) lm
Lawn Tennis Sets !
Just the Things lor Christmas
"The Champion" Lawn Tennis Nets,
IitiAvn Tennis Rackets,
Ayer's Tennis Balls
THEO. H. DAYIES & C0.'S-.
For Yofeoliaraa& HongRong
Tho Xlpiinn Yiihcii Kuluhti'tf
Will bo duo here from Yokohama on
or about Ibu 28th December, and will
leave Honolulu for the above ports
Positively on tlie 1st Jau., 1889
JKifChliiesa Passengers for Hongkong
will be transferred at Yokohama by tho
first steamer leaving that port.
OaEr-For Freight or Passage, haying
Superior Cabin and Btcerago Accommo
dations, apply to
WM. 0, IRWIN & CO,