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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., I., JANUARY 8, 1889.
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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hackstand: Merchant and Fori
street. Telephones, 335.
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TUESDAY, JAN. 8, 1889.
Bk (! O Wldtiiiore from Poit Towns
Sluir Mtkabala for Kuual nt 5 p in
Stmr Wuinlriilo for Kauai at fl p m
tf.'hr Wnlclm for Kauai
LYilAX-UAIiroOK In Honolulu,
January ", 1SS!), at llic residence of
the Initio's father, by the Jtuv. Dr.
UecUwitli, Fiedcrlek ?. Lyman, .If.,
and MUs .Mary A. M. Hnbcock,
datmbter of Captain Win. liabeoek,
allot this city.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of Honolulu
Boat Club at 7:30.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O. F.
Court Lunalilo No. GG00 A. 0.
Foresters at 7:30.
George W. DeLong Post No. Jo,
G. A. K., at 7:30.
Meeting Co. 15 Honolulu Rifles
Prayer meeting at the vestry of
Central Union church at 7:30.
Qurtcily meeting of C. Brewer &
Co. at 10 a. in.
Special meeting of Waiohinu Ag
ricultural & Grazing Company, at
10 a. m.
Prayer meeting at vestry of Cen
tral Union Chinch at 11a. in.
Rev. Oliver P. Emerson is expect
ed on the Australia to-morrow.
Tho Board of Education has as
signed Mr. P. S. Woolscy, who re
cently arrived from the Coast, to
the Lahainaluua Seminary.
Police Justice Foster is having
his olllce renovated.
'cohcerTat the hotel.
The Band will play at the Ha
waiian Hotel on Friday evening,
when bandmaster Berger will treat
the public to an unusually choice
programme. It is to be hoped that
the Alameda will arrive on time so
that our Australian visitors may en
joy the music.
CAUGHT" WITH OPIUM.
Last evening the cook of the bark
James A. King was leaving the ves
sel, probably for a stroll up town,
when he was accosted by Police
Captain Hopkins, who asked him
what he had got in his pockets.
Upon examination a tin of opium
was found, and the cook was taken
along to the Station house and
charged with unlawful possession of
Last evening District Depot
Grand Sire M. 1). Monsarrat, as
sisted by Past Grands R. II. Gra
ham, E. R. Hendry, J. W. Pratt,
Alox. Mackintosh and L. L. La
pierrc, installed the following oflicers
of Harmony Lodge No. 2, I. O. O.
F., for the ensuing year:
F. J. Wilhelm, N. G.
W. E. Ilerrick, V. G.
W. G. Ashley, Secretary.
0. J. Fishel, Treasurer.
A. Gilfillan, Warden.
F. D. Wicke, Con.
J. J. McDonald, I. G.
11. II. Graham, R. S. N. G.
E. R. Hendry, R. S. V. G.
ttrir" "- u J'liU'i1 i
THE PARIS EXPOSITION.
HAWAII TO Hi: UlIl'IU'SUNTUD
TIOX OK Tin: CAUIXUT.
A meeting ot His Majesty's Min
isters was held yesterday, when it
was deckled to have Hawaii repre
sented at the Paris Exposition, which
opens May 5th and closes October
31st. In our l$y Authority column
suggestions are made as to what
articles would bo most desirable to
place on exhibition at the exposi
tion. Iho public generally arc
called upon to contribute specimens
of the arts, products, manufactures
and natural curiosities pertaining to
these islands, and it is to be hoped
that thero will bo a very ready re
sponse. Mr. John A. Hassinger, the inde
fatigable chief cleik of tho Interior
Department, has been given tho
work of arranging and preparing
tho exhibits for shipment, and it
could not be in belter hands. Col.
Z. H. Spalding will bo the special
commissioner of the Government at
Paris and will bo on hand to give all
necessary information regarding tho
exhibit and tho islands, which he is
fully capable of doing.
There is no tlino to be lost, as all
notices of intention to exhibit and
all applications for spaco should be
inado to Mr. Hassinger on or before
tho 25th of this month, at the Inte
It may ns well be stated in this
connection that tho publishes of the
'Pnradlso of the Pacific" propose
forwurding large special editions of
that paper for distribution at tho
LOGAL & CEHERAL HEWS.
A young Gorman gill wants a situation.
Alii. A. M. llowett
has gone into
'I'm: OnveninionlJ'chools le-oponcd
Mit. Justice McCully piesmlcs at
Chanibeis this week.
Mjisbhs. V. A. Scbaefcr ifc Co.
English ginger alo for sale.
A notici: to the lino oillcurfi of tho
11 rat battalion of Hawaiian Volun
teers nppears elsewhere.
Tin: steamship Australia is due to
nionow fioin San Fiancisco, with
seventeen days later news.
A copy of Thrum's Hawaiian Al
manac and Annual has been leceived
ami will be noticed later on.
A ruMj icpoit of last evening's en
tertainment at tho Y. M. C. A. hull
is held over until to-morrow.
O.v Thuieday Mr. J.F. Morgan will
hold an administrator's tale. Full
particulars in an advertisement.
Tin: wind was unusually btiung
during tho night. Cool weather at
the piesenl prevails and is very en
joyable. Tiieri: will bo a meeting of Com
pany 15 Honolulu Ritlcs this evening
at 7 :3(), fnr tbo purpose of electing
Ti:.ii:hs for punting and binding
500 copies of the great icgisier of
votersof tho Kingdom, should be
sent into the Interior oltice before
Thk sidewalk in front of C.
Gert.'s stoic on Foit sheet, needs
lopairing. A lady came pretty near
meeting with a sevoio accident there
Tiik subject of the prayer meeting
at the vestry of Central Union
Church this evening will bo, "Seek
ing Chiisl. A service for tho young,"
led by Itev. W. 15. Oleson.
Tun legtilar meeting of tho Hono
1 ilu Yacht and Boat Club will be
held this evening at 7:30 o'clock. A
full attendance is requested, as the
election of olliceis for the ensuing
year, and business of iinpoitance
will come up.
Tin: local Amateur Opeiu Com
pany are desiious of obtaining addi
tional copies of Gilbert and Sullivan
open tin "Patience," for use at le
heaisal.s. Any ono having copies,
who would be willing to lend or 4sell
them, aio requested to cuuiiminicalc
with J. E. Brown & Co., 28 Men-hunt
MISS BERRY'S SCHOOL.
A more careful, painstaking, and
successful teacher of children than
Miss Berry is hard to find. Her
work is her best credentials. It
speaks more plainly and truthfully
than paper or parchment. The ac
quirements of her pupils testify bet
ter thau any normal school ceitifi-
cate that she knows how to teach.
Miss Berry's school is on Emma
street, and entered upon a new
term,, after the Christmas holidays,
COMING BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION.
A meeting of the Hawaiian Jockey
Club called for last evening did not
take place on account of no quorum.
A committee of arrangement from
the Jockey Club, however, have
given the Hon. J. A. Cummins the
use of the track at Kapiolani Park,
from now until March 17th, St.
Patricks day. That date is Mr.
Cummins' biilhday anniversary, and
lie pioposcs celebrating it by an ex-
uiUilioii or stock, a series of races
and a barbecue. Full particulars
will appear later.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
Tin: AViutAoi: activity puuvaimng
L'aUAl, NU.MlSi:n OV 1IAXI1S kiipt
A gust of wind blew a Bulletin
rcpiesentative into the olllce of the
Honolulu Iron "Works yesterday
afternoon, where ho found Manager
Young and Secretary Atwater hold
ing a consultation as to the best
means of keeping warm during this
cold spell of weather. Mr, Young
invited the newspaper man to lake a
scat, and then asked him his busi
ness. I. "Well Mr. Young, the wind has
blown me here, and 1 may as well
llsh an item out of you befoie leav
ing. "What is tho condition of tho
lion Works at the present time?
Mr. Young: About the average
activity prevails, and the usual num
ber of hands are employed.
Itcprosentnlive: What work have
you in hand?
Mr. Young: A maceration mill
with engine and gearing for the Ha
waiian Agricultural Company is
being pushed toward completion.
This work is to bo shipped February
1st, and will be erected at Pahala
Plantation in the near future. Two
pair of steel boilers have just been
tinished for Waianae Plantation,
There is also near completion one
pnir of similar boilers being built
for btock to keep tho incii employed
in slack times.
ilcprcscutativc: What have you
on hand in the machine shops?
Mr. Young: A seven-foot double
effect and an eight-foot Vacuum
pan, some mud presses and several
other articles are being built for
stock in order to keep tho regular
staff, employed sp that break downs
(should they happen) may bo dealt
Representative: How about your
method of saving heat?
Mr. Young: 1 feel confident that
Hie method of saving heat intro
duced by me will soon he adopted
by some' of the planters. This will
increase the work of tho boiler shop
Representative: Any oilier work
Mr. Young: Yes, by the way we
are making n very large roller with
steel shaft for the Hawaiian Com
mercial and Sugar Company, Spreck
Representative: You cannot com
plain then of dull times?
Mr. Young: No, taking every
thing into consideration and the rea
son of the year, the Iron Works are
fairly well employed.
SUPREME COURT JAM. TEHH.
nr.roiti: uickuutox .i.
Monday, Jan. 7th.
The King vs. Keawe. Assault
and battery on a police ollicer on
October 2d." Appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu, whereon Oct. Gth,
defendant was lined S.")0 and costs
83.70. Tried before a Hawaiian
jury, who returned a unanimous
verdict of guilty. His Honor sen
tenced the prisoner to
for fifteen days and to
SflO. J. L. Kaulukou
pay a fine of
The King vs. Kahaiola. Larceny,
Jlli degree. Appeal from Police
Court, where on October 30lh de
fendant was sentenced to twenty
days' hard labor and SI. -10 costs,
for stealing a hitching strap from a
carriage. Tried belorc a Hawaiian
jury, who returned a verdict of
guilty. The sentence of the lower
Court is repeated. The prisoner,
who was a recent candidate for ad
mission to the bar, conducted his
Tuesday, Jan. 8th.
35. Deputy Attorney-General A.
P. Peterson for Crown ; V. V. Ash-
ford for defendant; defendant in
person. Sentence defeircd yester
day until this a. m. Court passes
sentence allirining sentence of lower
Court : IS months' imprisonment at
hard labor, 5t lino and costs.
51. Both counsels present. De
cision reserved yesterday on plain
tiff's motion to advance cause on
Calendar and on defendant's motion
to transfer cause to Hawaiian jury
Calendar. Plaintiff's motion over
ruled. Defendant's motion allowed
so far as to Hawaiian jury Calendar
for causes from other Circuits.
Plaintiff excepts to both rulings.
5(5. Cecil Brown only for plaintiff
appearing, and no ono for defend
ant. Clerk's certificate of default
being filed the Court makes the or
der ot default, giving judgment for
1. Ttial of Waialealc is begun.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P. Pe
terson announces that Mr. W. R.
Castle will assist the Crown. Mr.
Kaulukou announces that Mr. A.
Rosa will be associated with hint in
the defense. The following aic the
juiors, viz: John Hale, Thomas P.
Spencer, Hyle Kapu, R. N. Moss
nnin, Piikoi, Kualaku, Kauuha, Geo.
Markham, W. P. Hoop.ii. II. W.
Lahilahi, J. Kauhaue, Win. Mc
Gurn. Evidence for prosecution be
ing taken when at 12 in. recess is
taken until 1 :15 p. m.
bukoiu: roi.icB .u-siici: rosTiut.
Tur.SDAV, January 8th.
Wong Wai alias Awai, was
brought up on remand charged with
unlawful possession of opium pr a
preparation thereof. Found guilty
and sentenced to be imprisoned at
hard labor for feix hours and to pay
a line of $j0.
A nolle pros, was entered against
Mrs. Margaret Meine for deserting
her husband, and F. Uarringer for
being a common nuisance.
THE USE OF OPIUM.
Opium-eaters take the drug in
every variety of form, hi the crude
state the gum is eaten or smoked,
In the liquid prr parations the tinc
ture is the most popular; but pare
goric is a favorite form, especially
with women, while thu elixirs aic
also largely used. Morphia holds
sway over a large propoitionof con
sumers either by the stomach or hy
podcrmically. The amount of the
sulphate of morphia Unit can be
tolerated by a continued subject is
enormous, sometimes reaching as
high ii3 sixty grains in twenty-four
hours. Every physician lias seen in
opium habitues cases illustrating, to
u greater or less extent, the stimu
lant action upon the intellectual
centers. Theie are cases of society
women who, having spent most of
the day in bed, will Hash most bnl
liuntly in the evening under the in
fluence of the drug. And the fas
cination of literary and esthetic con
versation, so captivating to the ha
bitues of salons, is not unfrequently
the inspiration of tho potent stimu
lant. When tho habit is given up,
tbo mind usually is restored to its
normal activity ; but when indulged
in forycaiB, opium may pioduce u
permanent enervation of tho mental
and moral faculties, and this dete
rioration is no doubt duo to organic
defeneration of tho cerebral centers.
HE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
inoi poiiiu' paper puuiiiiiRO.
rrHE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
X Daily Uullctlu 00 cts per month.
TYPHOID ill PHILADELPHIA.
On typhoid fever the rcpoi t of tho
Philadelphia Board of Health says:
"Typhoid fever has prevailed to an
unusual extent in llto cities of Pitts
burg and Philadelphia. Both out
breaks were clearly duo to a con
siderable extent to the character of
the di inking water used. The Board
urges such Stato legislation as shall
ensure the puiity of the water sup
plies of cities and towns." "Ex
One of the New York doctors re
ports a case of deafness caused by
a kiss on the car. Most people are
dumb after a kis3, but deafness is
a new symptom. There should be
a kissing school opened. Most peo
ple no more know how to kiss than
they know how to lly, There is no
reason why a fellow should rupture
a young lady's ear drum or explode
himself in such an outrageous man
ner as to prevent her hearing his
protestations of affection. As to
boxing children's ears, that is a bar
barous habit that ought to bo pre
vented by law. Has not nature
carefully provided beforehand an
appiopriale place for the mother's
manual exeicise? Let kissing and
spanking bo dono with a sense of
lituess. St. Louis Globe Demo
crat. WIIAT WOMEN TALK ABOUT.
What do women talk about?
Weather llrst. beyond a doubt:
Then their llioughu begin to go
On the topic told below.
Minietirs: and church affairs;
Household worries children's cans;
Acbes and pains and pains and aches;
New recipes for making c.iki&.
Servant gills with horrid ways.;
Latent fashion; tciiipciatiro urnzc;
How to save the heathen band;
.Jai3 of fruit for winter canned.
Bonneu, dresses. ilbbon, gloves;
chopping fun; young maidens' loves;
Goiip. scandal, juite b.tuuso
And icllglous arguments.
Babies; what to eat and wear;
How to hide the silvered hair;
How to keep a youthful face
And pie-crve a form of grace.
These anil similar things. io doubt,
Do the women talk about;
Though tho m"ii suppose, ahem,
That they only talk of them.
Xoticc mulcr tils head aic charged If) eenlt
per lineor the jlrxt insertion, aiul Gc ntsjitrtiiic
every ntldtllonal tnsiitlon.
SHOP, ileiir of Lucm-' Mill.
6. A, R. Notice.
IlKADQrAKTKKb. GKO. V.
J'osr, Xo. ir. Dr.i'T.
I'OIINIA, Ci. A. 11. f
Honolulu, January 8, 1SS0. J
rpilEHU will be a regular
JL niiTtiujj of this Post
THIS ( Tuesday) EVEN
INO, in its Hall, Kin),'
stieet, at 7:150 o'clock. In.
stiilhuion of Olllccib for the
cii-uinj; j car. A full at
tendance is riqucMcd.
ipEHSo.Na disposal to en
JL gfis i" catching aid
ctjrin Mnnli lSiidsnml Spni
iows it. laigu numbere, wM
llnd it piolltnblu to themselves by apply,
nijr for a puich i-er it thU otllcu.
FiiriiiUive For Sale and
Cottage To L.ct.
Vi -" fj" U UN II U lit: for -nlc, cheap
t'&A - for ia-.li. in a collap" on
aa2aJ15oic!ui ii'lnt, near I'un 'h
bowl MrtLt Tlio sMiio Colt lye lo let at
ftiri per month Aw y ,,
H'jvul Motel, corner ul fitiuiiiiu tuitl
ilcrelnnt htrcrw. Ill !lt
JUST TO HAND
SMALL IXVOIOE OK-
finish Ginger lis.
'oit ham: at
R & CO.'S.
74 King st.
74 King st.
Rattan & Reott Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Mm id Willi Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIF.8 TO RENT.
TBHE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
X eveuluK punur. 00 cents per mouth,
i l mm
To Stand tliis Season, Jan. 1, '89
AtSInUttlct'i Ntncit I'nvta,
Tho Imported Morgan Stallion
Mir'ibrcd to "GLORY" can lemalii
on tup farm nt a pasturage at Oil! per
unuuin. Kvtiy core taken but noics
O-sisrMiiiea not pinvhig in foal nlny bo
returned new seaten free of rlmrgo. If I
Hill own the Horse. ,S. SA.1T.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawaialiao Fonialo Seminary.
Tear of Voice & Piio,
Is picparcd to receive pupils.
Refers, by pel mission to leading pro
fessor. of music in California, and to
pievious t'Xpeiicnce In teaching in that
Stale. Address as nboc. l-!0 2w
A FBESII SUPPLY OF THE
CMLi: U11.1.TJ5 1
"Tho Queen of Table Waters."
KOIt SAM' AT
F. 1 SCHAEFER k CM
HLO. r. StVtKIN,
Hii taken iho Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Moulano, coiner of King
and Fort stieets, and is prc-
paicd to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
t'rintliic: Sd:c tov Amateur,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
l&y" Entrance on Fort Street. "S3a
Tho Fastest Machine in the World
Legal & Commercial Work
Result of Special Contests for 1888:
Cincinnati, July 20th. Remington 07
woida per minute.
New Yoiik, August 1st. Itemiiigton
won ht, -nil, ilrd and 4th Prize.
TonoxTO, August Kith Kcminutwi
um (cliuinpimisliip of ihu world) Co d
and Silver Mcutils for hi-'licstspi" it -vci
recorded 99 words per minute, c.'Mlud.
LkrGi:oi(oi:,N. Y MeGnuin broke
the lecoril, writing on the Kcminnton
103 '.'-ri words per minute, excluding
cirors; wiitinj; blindfold 107 words per
IS?" To bu had with or without f'abi
W. 31. CHFFA11D,
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
N. 15. Letteis suidros-Mil to tin- Ai'i-it
o.o v. i. inviu iV; i;o. will navi piom: t
Notice of Special Partnership.
'PHIS is to ceitify tluit the under
JL tigui'd have formed a special pan.
iici-li : p piirMiani to the btatuto in such
I'-isu in. iilii ami provided.
Tim the niiinc of thu firm under
which such .n i ticrcli t is to be con
di.eied ii 'Sine Chong it Co,"
'I'luit the general nature of the bus),
ness to be traiibiicted is the laUim;,
planting mid uiiltivntiug of rice in the
Iblaii'l uf O.iliu, the own I n l' and opernt.
intr of rice cleaning: mills on Fuid Ii-Iand
of O.diu, and the biiyiui: and selling of
all kinds of uoodn, wares" mid murchnu
dibe in said Island of Ouliu.
That thu principal p.lacu of bu-jlncss
of paid tb m is Honolulu, Ishind ol (Jaliu,
on MuunaUc.i btreo'.
That thu mimes ol all the general and
special pnrtiieiB tiro as fiillouw:
A. II. Loo Ngawl;, lIoniiQuon, Tonic
CSkiiii; Hoy and L. Alai, i,o all lesiilo
in Honolulu, Ih'tuul ot O.iliu, mid Linn
.Siy Kuu, who reside at Knaiiu-ii, District
of Koolitui oko, I land it O.vhu, aic thu
gcaeriil partner', and Lum Chuiif? Wii
and Tong Ilunj;, ho icuiilo in Hono.
lulu, Islnul of Uahu, anil L. Apana,
Toni Cln.iig Wip, Ltong Nam and L.
Tuck ICon, who n-hhlo nt Kong Sheong
Til, Dmiu i ul Iloi.n-4 Sun, In the Km
liro of UhiiM, !ini tie sp'-ciiil p.irinurB ;
und tlnil tlie u'd A II. Lm Xeiwk,
Iloni; (iuon, 'long Ulmng Soy and L.
Alui, liiive i-a'-li eontri l.uii-d the bum of
Ihcl ous mil doll.ir-, (8"i,O0O) ; mid thu
italil hum Siy Kuu, has c-nitiiOuicd the
t-iim ot I'll I ten thouMind dollars tin -ODD)
towanU thu c.ipltul t ck, and that
thu ulil parUK rIiip h to coiiimencu on
ilio ltt day of .liinuaiy, A. I). ISSU, and
to coiitiiiuu and ho in form lor thu term
of la j." r-. tiom bald 1st day of January,
A. 1) l!l
Dated Honolulu. Nov. hOth, A.I). U83.
A. H LOO NOAWK,
TUNO Oil UNO SOY,
LUM CHUXa U'AA,
LUM .AY KAU,
lly hh atl'y in fact A IL Loo Ngawkj
TUNG UHANQ WAI lw),
lly bur ntt'jr la fact '1'ong Chuni; .Soy;
Hr his att'v la fact A. II. Loo Ngawk;
L. TUCK KONU,
Hy his lt'y in fact A. II. Loo Xgawk.
Duly uckaowledj.'ol hoforo Tlios, W.
Ilnbion, Notary l'nblic, Uluuil of Oahu,
thu 4th day of 'Decern her, 1838. r
: Hi5 for
Notice of faoval.
Mr. Ehrlieh begs to inform his num
erous patrons and the public in general that
the "Temple of Fashion" is moving to the
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, and will
be in order for business on Saturday morn-.
December 29, 1888.
EGKAJN Ac OOBJCJP.WY'.
WK IIAYJ3 IlKCKIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy Goods Smtable for tho HoMay Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
l.ni) CurtuliiH, faJt-tniipeil 'JTldloH, Hlioe linfCH, iDto.
Full Lino of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
We call particular attention lo our fine Belcetion in
IttiHiiJlo Glflli for Gents, Youths & Cllren !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
llata & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you
Call on us beforo
CSMro, E. C.Eowo's beautiful work
SUy Pa in Clil
Toys Ac Xoll,
&L0VE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
xoiri WAUtiaiax, j2oistox-.xji-xj.
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than over before. New iuTOlce of
smp-HAiwm PLOWS HEN'LMICHAIISE.
IS'ovtsItleM uiul iuncy Goodu, Ii Large Variety.
Ii 33 -31-
GOODS - fintS - A'EW GOODM
want something very fine in
in Point Laces on exhibition here
- 17 - 88
ers & Go.'s Stock
Mrs. 13. Small will bo prepared to do
OulMiiK and Fitting.
ware Co., Ld,
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