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DAILY BULLETIN- HONOLULU, H. I., FEBKUARY 11, 1889.
Terrible Accident !
Explosion of GaBolino at tho
Will bo received at the Interior Of
fice until TUESDAY, February l'J,
188!), :it 12 o'clock noon, for building
a Court House tit Kooliiuloa, Onliit.
Plans and specifications run bo
seen at the Oflice of the Superintend
ent of Public- Works.
All tendcis must bo ondoiscd "Ten
ders for Court 1 1 otitic, Koolauloa,
Also 'L'cndcrs will be received up
to tho snnio date for building u Court
Houi-o ul Kailim, North Kona, Ha
waii. riiuih and s.poeillcalions can bo
seen ul the Olllco of tho Superintend
ent of Public- Works and also upon
application to .1. W. Kilinnho, Deputy
Shoritr Xorlh Kuiut.
All Tcndeia must bo endorsed
"Tender for Court lloui-e, Knilua,
North Kona, Hawaii."
The Minister of the lnteiior docs
not bind himself to aecept tho lowest
or any bid.
LOR1UN A. T1IUKSTON,
Minister of Hie Interior.
lnteiior Oflice, Jan. 15, 1889.
Seven Persons Moro or Less Badly
Burned-All Taken to the
Tho time for leceiving bills for the
above is extended until Wednesday,
February 1.1th, ISSi), at 12 o'clock
noon. L. A. THURSTON.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Otlico, Feb. 11, 1SS9.
WANT A SITUATION
in tin- HII V l-IIII.I.KIIN.
In the Supreme Court of tho Hawaiian
I5y viitue of the power vested in
mo by tho Slid section of the Civil
Code, 1 hereby older a Special Term
of tho Supreme Court to be held in
tho Court Koom of Aliiolani Halo, on
MONDAY, the 11th day of Match,
A.D. 1889, at 10 o'clock a.m., for tho
hoaiing of Banco Cates only.
, Witness my hand and
the teal of the Supremo
Com t, at Honolulu, this
( ) 11th dnv of Fcbruarv,
' A. 1). 1SS9.
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice of the Supiemc Court.
Clerk. 170 5t
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
Ji. HilviTtif in tlin. Oaii v Boij.KTlr;
At five minute before 2 o'clock
this afternoon an explosion of gaso
line took place at the Heaver saloon
on Fort street which was heard
quite a long distance away. In rear
of the premises adjoining the cook
house is a small yard in which was
buried a large gasoline tank, sup
plied from a smaller tank resting in
a frame on the ground.
The bung was removed fiom the
small lank Avilh a view of illling up
the larger tank, by one of the Chi
nese waiters. The gas which had
accumulated in the empty space at
the top of the tank, began
to escape, and the Chinaman,
to prevent it, placed his hand
on the bunghole, but the gas
continued to escape. A hissing
noise proceeded from the escape.
Mr. Noltc, his chief clerk, and the
other waiters ran in to the yard to
render assistance, lly that time the
escaped gas had floated into the
cook house adjoining and came in
contact with the fire in the stove.
An explosion was the immediate re
sult, and the cook house and the
yard became one blaze of flame en
veloping of course those who were
near by. The door leading to the
dining room from this yard was
burst open by the explosion. Very
little damage was done to the build
ing. The Fire Department was
promptly on hand, an alarm hav
ing been turned in. Water was
used and the flames were soon put
Mr. Nolte, his clerk Mr. Zoetl,
two Chinese and a Portuguese
waiter were very badly burned and
ul once taken to the Queen's hos
pital. Another Chinese waiter was
burned but not quite so badly as the
others. He was taken loDr. Mc
Kibbin's oflice and later to the
Queen's hospital. Mr. David Mor
ton, clerk at T. II. Davics & Co.'s,
was in the saloon at the time, and
got burned on the face and hands.
His hair was also singed, lie went
over to his employers' store where
his injuries were attended to. Ev
erything possible is being done for
those who were injured and much
sympathy is expressed on all sides.
The explosion caused intense excite
ment in the city and hundreds of
people congregated in the vicinity
of the saloon.
As we go to press, a few minutes
before four o'clock, we learn that
Mr. Zoetl and the two Chinese are
in a very precarious condition.
What might have been a serious
fire occurred here on Sunday after
noon last in Chinatown. Tho store
of Ong l'o took lire on the roof and
had got considerable headway be
fore it was controlled. By the
timely aid of the inhabitants of that
part of the town who formed them
selves into a bucket brigade and
passed water to those on the roof,
this lire was extinguished before it
had done much damage. S100 will
cover it all. The wind was blowing
a gale at the time, and had the fire
not been put out as it was, nothing
could have saved any of tho build
ings on that side of the street from
being totally consumed.
The foreign church is rapidly ap
proaching completion and will prob
ably be ready for dedication about
the middle of the month. It is a
boautiful edillce, both inside and
out, and would do credit to a very
much larger and more thriving
place than this.
Mr. Goodale Armstrong has been
appointed road supervisor for the
district of Makawao, vice II. B.
Bailey, and all those who know say
that judging front that gentleman's
past record in a similar capacity,
we shall have good roads through
out the district.
The bark William W. Case arriv
ed at Kahului to-day, and the James
A. King left with a full load of su
gar for San Francisco.
The Bushncll combination show
arrived on the Likelike to-day.
They will give three performances
in Wailuku, one each on Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday evenings.
Next week the' are billed to appear
in l'aia. N.
l'aia, Feb. (i, 1889.
Honolulu Fire Departanl
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE' OM HABTD ATO EOR BALE,
XT' ULL A is O R T M E N rJC
. OK .
All Brands of American Whiskies I
Bourbon, Rye and fVlonongahala,
In Bulk or Case ;
SCOTCH and X3R.IHI-A. WI-ITSElY
In ttlass and Stone .Jars;
FRENCH J3 3R -A. TV X IJES S !
Very Fine and Very l'oor (Jualtities, as are wanted;
G-INS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
OIX TT O THT O- X W !
Best Brand in the Market.
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk and Case;
All Brands oi American Lager Beer,
English Ale & Porter, German Beer, etc
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands C H A M P A N & ES
In Pints and Quart
Bitters, Liquers, Absinthe,
Apoilinaris Water, BCumrnel.
Yer y Superior CALIFORNIA "WINES 1
Zlnfandelt ftfia&aga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, &c, &.
gjS" All of which will 1..- M.ld AT LOWEST KATES by
HVi ailc Brown,
170 tf MANAGER.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ARB OFFKR1NC,
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices !
-SPECIAL HARUAINS OF-
IRemnants in All Departments.
Just deceived a Fresh Lot of
DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE !
; i"w""i"'r' """ aiMiunin
--.i-."VrtLm" 1" ':
FOR ONE WEEK
-WE WILL SELL FOR ONE WEEK-
Holders of water privileges are
hereby notified that the hourt for
using water for irrigating purposes
sue from G o'eloek to 8 o'clock a. ji.,
and from A o'clock to 0 o'eloek i M.
All those found violating the above
notice will be liable to have their
privileges cut oil' without further
notice. Oil AS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Waterworks
Honolulu, Feb. 5, 1880. 1G5 2w
'X1 IX X3
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, FEB. 0, 1889.
NOT DONE SO BADLY.
The Hawaiian exhibits for the
Paris Exposition will go forward by
the steamship Australia to-morrow.
Hawaii has not done all she could
have done and might have done, but
she has not done badly after all.
The articles got together make
quite a variety and a considerable
quantity, and will no doubt attract
attention at the great capital. It is un
derstood that Colonel Z. S. Spalding,
a gentleman in every way qualified
for the trust,will be Hawaiian Com
missioner at the Exposition. Whether
or not any arrangement has been
made for someone to bo permanent
ly in charge of the exhibits, to give
information to inquirers, etc., wo
are not informed ; but presume nn
arrangement of that nature will be
deemed necessary. It cannot be
for one moment expected that the
Commissioner, who primarily goes
to I'aris for pleasure and recreation,
and volunteers to represent wliilo
there his adopted country gratui
tously, will undertake the drudgery
of personally attending to the exhi
bits, etc. lie will need an assistant
for that purpose, someone thorough
ly conversant with the French lan
guage, as well aB being able to
answer all inquiries likely to be
made jn regard to these islnmls,
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
Paia Suor Stock !
MR. GEORGE H. DOLE.
Mr. Geoigc Dole has retired from
the management of the Kapaa Sugar
plantation, Kauai, and is about to
take a trip to San Francisco, for
change and recreation. Mr. Dole
occupied the position from which he
has just retired eleven years. The
high estimation in which he was
hekl by the employees of the planta
tion was evidenced, before his leav
ing, by the presentation of a. valua
ble gold watch and an engrossed
address expressive of the highest
respect and warmest aloha. The
presentation was made conjointly by
the employees of the consolidated
plantations of Kapaa and Kcalia.
The Rli.i.v.tin sincerely wishes Mr.
Dole a pleasant trip and safe return.
A BOOK-KEEPER" ARRESTED.
On last Friday night Everett Bru-
maglun, book-keeper at the IIuclo
sugar plantation, was arrested on a
warrant sent down from Makawao,
Maui, charging him with embezzle
ment. Ho was taken to the Station
house and is still there. Some
money and a ticket for San Fran
cisco was found in his possession.
To-morrow afternoon lie will be sent
to Maui on the Likelike.
Our Maui correspondent under
date of February Uth, writes that
Rruinagliin had left Maui rather
suddenly. lie was last seen on Sa
turday, the 2d, on the Likelike, and
it was pretty generally understood
on Maui that , he wenl to Honolulu.
He asked leave of the manager of
the plantation to go to Wailuku to
see some one there, and was granted 4
permission to do so. .Not returning
on Saturday night was thought but
little of by the manager, although
he was expecting him. When Mon
day came and no Rrumaghin, the
manager thought he would pay the
labor, as the money was due them,
and should have been paid on the
Saturday previous. He accordingly
went to and opened the safe for the
purpose; but lo! "when he went
there the safe was bare," or nearty
so. It is reported that there was
close on 811,000 in the safe previous
to Ikiiuiaghin's leaving Iluelo. He
is a married man.
The several Companies of tlie Depart
ment aie icpietcd lo nemble In the
Squaic oppo-e the Hell Tower at 1
o'eloek on the afternoon of
TUESDAY, February 12, 1889.
IN FULL UNIFORM
With their soveial apparatus for the
purpose of taking pait in
the Annual Parade.
Companies are to form in lino from the
fipiarc on to Hotel and Fort -treets the
proeoslnn moving along Fort to Uerc
tania !treot; thence along lierctania to
Maiuiiikea street, down Maimakea to
King street, along King to Xuuaiiu
street, down Nuiiiiiui to Queen street,
along Queen to Fort street, up Fort to
King street, along King to Punchbowl
.street. nn Punchbowl to ISeietania street,
along licretania to Port sticct, up Fort-
to Iviikiil street, along Jviikiu to .Tsunami
street, down Nminmi to King street,
along King to Foit street, up Fort to
Hotel street and back to point of starl
ing. BQX.A full attendance dcslrcdtBu
171)11 Secnitary II. F. IX
On Friday, Rflarch
AT 12 O'CLOCK. SOOS.
At my bulesroom, Queen strict, I will
tell at Public Auction, for ac
count of whom it may
Paia Sugar Slock !
Our $2.J30 Parasols for $3.25.
Our $:$.5( Tarasols for .$2.00.
Our SJ.SO Parasols for S.1.';.
Our $5.50 Parasols for S.J.:;0.
boives "w-jeihIik: orcjLrK" -ga
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces,
-NOW IS YOUIl TIME TO PUHCIIASE-
DK. DAY ha. icmovrd hib lesiilence
to iliu "Dickson 1'icmm-s," No !!)
r.u-iiiliinui Mrcct, opp'ivjiu Gulden Lane,
nxd his cilice to the collage adjoining.
1 :$ 2v
ALL peroiH having claims ngainst
ill". Nancy S. Ellis are requested
lo send Hum in to Mr. A. J. Cmlwiiglit,
with a view to .scltlcnient.
IIoiiolul-i, Feb. (!, liS'J. lfiO 2v
TIibsb Prices we pantee M' M Ml Only !
OH AS. J. FISHEL,
Jan-10-89 The L,ralintf iWillinorv Ilouse.
OWING lo tho intuitled depailuro
from the Kingdom nl II. F. AVich
man, wo respectfully ask that, all
amounts due our Hun he settled on
or heioie the 1J3 h of Pcbiuarv neM.
GOMES & W1CIIMAN.
Honolulu, Jan. 2L 1SS!). 10.1 19t
.wv.vsS J- iy to
Inerny Hall. Ap
Cor. Port & Merchant bIb.
Till: O'lleers and Members of Ilono.
lulu Engine Co. No. 1 are hereby
lequestcd to meet at the Engine House
on TUESDAY, February 12th, ISS'J, at
1 o'clock p. in , for the purjio-u of par.
tieipatiug in the Annual Parade of the
Honolulu Fire Dcpaitment.
Il order of the Foreman.
170 It Secretary.
EVEUY member of Mechanic Engine
Co. No. 'J, is lepjcsted to ap, ear
lu full dress uniform, at the t ell Tower,
on TUESDAY, at 1 o'eloek v. m. for
thu annual Parade. IC'J Jit
Mien Tramways Co.,
BYviitueof u wiit of (xtcihion i-.
Mied out ol tin iMip'uiii' Court on
the 4th (lay of Fe.jiuan, A. I) IM,
agait.st L. li. Ken, ilriciniaiil. in f.mir
of J. S. Mai tin, pliiiuiiil, I'M UiuMiinol
$1,708 0:), I have lev.ed upon ninl h'ill
expose for sale at the auction loom ol
Jas. F. Morgan, in the District of Kona,
Honolulu, Ifcland of Oiihu, at 13 o'clock
noon of SATUHDAY, the Dili day of
March, A. D. 18MJ, lo the highest bidder,
all the light, title and iuteiot of the
Haid L 15. Ken, defendant, in and to the
following propei ty, unlets said judg
ment interest, costs and my expenses
be previously paid. List of property
!l Catcs of Tailors' Goods,
1 Case of Hats,
1 Case of Peifumery,
4 Case of Puttons.
Sulllcicnt of the above property will
be sold (subject lo a mortgage in favor
of V. 0. Irwin & Co.), to satisfy said
execution. .INO. II. SOPEH,
Honolulu, Feb. fi, 183!). 1(17 tf
A Family liij.
Tj'OIJ sale cheap, for
JL? cash or good paper,
consisting of 1 Muio, 8
yuais old, gentle and
well broken to harness, well ndaptedjor
u lady; 1 llii" Phaeton, nearly new; 1
Single lluniesB, used only ono month.
Apply at this I'tJIcc. 108 3t
Valuable Lot For Sale.
fTUIAT Lot and House ad-
JtSfjaL X joining Dr. Minei's icsi-
Lj2. 4 -. W. - linnin st I Tiifii fi i.nA rir
MP site the Uritish Club. This
Lot extends thrnuch to Gar
den Lane, and is convenient to the buai.
nc-s part of the ciiy. Apply at this
oflice. ICO 2w
!. X. L
another laige shipment of that Celebrated Draught Beer
by the Steamer "Australia."
II Is a Glial', Cool anil Inipralin Ewaie
DODD & MILLER
WILLIAM FOSTER -Attorney.
tit-Law & Notary Public Hono.
Change in Telephones.
MUTUAL No !)71 changed fiom
A. M. IlewHi lo Hawaiian Wine
Co,, Frank Drown, manager,
California Lime !
Just Kcceived per I5iuk"W. G.
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S,
10-31 Queen Street. L2w
Has moved her millinery establishment
to the store lately ojcupicil by P. Me
Incniey, next door to Gomes & Wlch.
man, Fort street. 100 lw
The Best Company
Monday, Feb. 11.
Three drunks had to pay the usual
Akana wiib fined Sf for heedlcbs
and furious driving, and 810 for
cruelty lo animals.
Four Chinese charged with violat
ing the Sunday law hy pulling taro
were cacli fined 50 cents with $1.05
Fiom Palama for llille Hiinge only
r:i;o a. M.-aud every hour until H;!iO
v. ii,; lfct enr 10:10 v. si.
Fiom Palama for Itillc Unngo and
Vuikiki 7:10 a. m. and every hour
until 0:10 j-, ji,
Fiom Hi llo Eango for Palama 0.00
a.m., 7:00 a. m.. and overv half hour
until tl.UO i: M.; last ear 10:'J0 i if.
From "Waikiki for Pahiinu 7:10 A. m.
and every hour until 10:10 i'. m.
E.Mia Onrs from Paluma 12:00 noon
Extiii Cars forltiilu Itangc 1:00 p.m.,
COO i: i. ami from Hillo Hiinge at 12:00
p. ji. 170 if
THE DAILY BULLETIN-The
X most popular paper published.
CO channcil from Frank
P.rown irsidencu to Hawaiian
Wine Co., Frank Hi own, manager.
ANY person found lrcp:issing or
shooting on the KULIOLTOU lauds
will bo pio-eeiitcd.
170 1m EOHEHT L1SIIMAN.
74 King St.
74 King St.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Mil. A. ASOIIHEIM has this day
been admitted in n partner in our
llrm. M. K. UKIX1SAUM & CO.
Honolulu Januaiy 1, 18H'.'. 10S lw
MIL .1. D. TKKGLOAN, Merchant
Tailor, having told the lease of tho
jm'iiil'-Pis lately occupied by him, in the
'Gazette" lilocl;, to the Hawaiian News
Co., will be pleased to meet bis custom
ers at tho establishment of H S. Treg
loan, cor of Fort ami Hotel bit, 170 lw
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
Richard A, McCurdy, President.
The Largest Company in the World
Tho Oldest Company in tho U, S.
It Givos the Most Liberal Policies
Pays tho Larqest Dividends.
Tho Nippon Viiwen KuIhIui'h JVcw
& 'inu Al (SI eel MtouniHlil
"Omi gjf Maru"
CoKNisn Com innndcr.
Will leave for the above ports on
MARCH V, IS SO.
CS'-For terms of freight or passage"
liuving supeiiur cabin and steerago uc.
coiuinodalioiiB, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.,
103 til Agents.
Claims paid to policy holders In tho
Hawaiian Iblands, during the
past ten years,
Over : SlOO.OOOOO.
fiEf For rates, apply to
N. It. ltU.SI'1,
General Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian
The Al Hteiuudlilp
Of tho Occidental & Orientul Steamship
Co. will be due at Honolulu from Han
Francibco on or about
ftfiarch 9, 1889,
And will leave for the above ports on
or about thut (lute.
BfflfFor freight or passage apply to
H, HACKFELD & CO.,
107 td Agents