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DAILY BULLETIN- HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 13, 188,9.
In tho Supremo Court of the Hawaiian
Jly vlituo of tho power vested in
mo by tho 8121 section of the Civil
Code, I hereby older u Special Term
of tho Supremo Court to be held in
tho Court lloom of Aliiolutii Utile, on
MONDAY, tho Utli day of Mmcli,
A.D. J8SD, nl 10 o'clock A. m., foi the
hearing of Bunco Cities only.
.v Witness my liuiid ami
the seal of the Supreme
Coutt,al Honolulu, this
lllh day of February,
. A. D. IbSS).
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justiec of the Supremo Court.
Clork. 170 fit
Holders of water privileges
hereby notified that the hours
using water for irrigating purposeb
arc from G o'clock to S o'clock a. ji.,
and from 4 o'clock to (5 o'clock r. i.
All tliobo found violating the above
notice will bo liable to have their
privileges cut off without further
notice. C1IAS. 15. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Waterworks.
Honolulu, Feb. f, LSSS). lfw 2v
-X" XI 33
JEJfttTjj fu Tiffin
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Bid established for the benefit of alt.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, 1S80.
HORNER'S ANSWER TO G.
Editok But.t.utix: As to "teach
ing people the danger of indulging
too much or to drink only just
enough and have them do it," is
about as hopeless a task as walking
to the moon, as what one thinks just
enough will make another drunk.
What G thinks just enough for him
self, wife and daughter, Horner
thinks entirely too much and dan
gerous. So we deem it impossible
to set up and enforce a standard of
"just enough" as the strength of
liquors differ as well as the endur
ance of human stomachs. So to set
tle the matter easily and righteously
the prohibition standard should gov
ern, then all damage and danger
from the rum fiend would vanish.
Then three-fourths of all crimes
known among the rum nations will
Just think what a revolution for
the better that would be, leaving
only one-fourth of the murders, one
fourth of the robbing and stealing,
one-fourth of the quarreling and
misery, no drunkenness, and but
little moderate drinking, with its
"decoy duck" example, etc., etc.
These reduction of crimes would
indicate a like reduction in police
force, and that the courts would lie
relieved of three-fourths of all its
Think again: This great reduc
tion of crime is not for one week,
one month, or one year, but for all
the coming years.
No wonder thai devoted women
and good men are enthusiastically
engaged in this reformatory woik,
thus helping on, as they believe, the
cause of humanity the gospel of
civilization yea the latter day work
of the Great Master, to bring about
"peace on earth good will to man"
when "swords shall be beaten into
plow Bliarcs" and "nations learn
war no more," "when every man in
every place shall meet a brother
uand a friend." To hasten this state
of things the saloon must be abo
lished, not regulated, as where the
saloon prevails there poverty, mis
ery, crime, and drunken bummers
abound, tho very opposite of heaven
ly things, and tho saloons are now
: maintain among the peeple by tho
patronage and influence of moder
ate drinkers and drunkards, and tho
licensing of them in many cases is
done by tho vote and influence of
temperance Jmen and Christians
-they, not realizing that to license a
saloon is to perpetuate all the evils
. of which rum selling and rum drink
ling is the father. Moderate drink
ing, if it must be done, makes sa
loons a necessity, and saloons make
drunkards, and drunkards make
crime and misery. So judge yo G
whether moderate drinking in more
harmful than temperance.
When I say that drunkards are
made out of moderate drinkers I
j.tlon't wish to bu understood as eay
p.ing that all moderate drinkers make
drunkards, as all know that some
ggood men and good women drink
moderately, but 1 do say the exam
pje.to the young and weak minded
is bad, and tho moro intelligent
and noted the drinker the more per
nicious tho example And for tem
perance men and church members
to vote for licenso is equally bad.
Moderate drinking is not n neces
sity like food, if it was Vineyard of
New Jersey, Lompokc of California,
Lanioni of'lowa, and other colonics
would have perished, and Iowa,
Maine and other Slates must have
decreased rapidly in population for
want of rum, and total abstainers
would nil die out.
To say saloons can't be abolished
nor rum drinking prohibited, is not
only to deny man's progression but
to doubt the power of the Grcnt I
Am, to overcome sin by righteous
ness, and to deny the testimony of
history that they have beeu already
abolished in many places.
There is no advancement in vir
tue under tho saloon regime that
has ever shown itself. One district
of New York is snid to contain 12,
000 inhabitants, 1 school, 11
churches, and 213 saloons. In com
menting upon this wc ask what op
poitunity have the rising generation
of this community to improve in any
quality worth preserving, while
ignorance, poverty, vice and crime
is perpetuated by 213 gin mills and
Again, it looks as though it would
be impossible for so many licensed
rum holes of sin and crime to exist
in that community Svcre it not for
the iufluence and patronage given to
them by church members and mod
erate drinkers. Would it be harsh
to say to such, "ye hypocrites, how
can yc escape the damnation of
hell." J. M. IIokxek.
(To be continued.)
Hiss Jessie A. Ackermnn will de
liver a lecture on Alaska Thursday
evening in the Y. M. C. A. hall, at
7:30 o'clock. Admission,lifty cents.
Miss Ackcrmann travelad very ex
tensively through this country, thai
is just opening up to the people anil
was the first and only that lady ever
spoke in public in the territory. She
has been lecturing to crowded
houses in the great eastern cities of
the United States on the country,
and her description of the icebergs,
glaciers and the never setting sun
aro vivid and clear, and she takes
her audience through the entire
country. Her talk on the natives
and the customs that prevail among
them and account of the large num
ber of husbands each wife has is of
particular interest. Let no one miss
this opportunity of learning of this
interesting country. Thursday
eveninc 7:30, Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Below is a notice of the lecture
from a California paper:
There was a large and apprecia
tive audience assembled at the Arm
ory Opera Hall, to hear the lecture
on "Alaska," by Miss Jessie Acker
man, around-the-world missionary,
under the auspices of tho W. C. T.
U. The lady iB a pleasing talker,
and gave a straight-forward account
of the habits and customs of the
people of that territory, together
with a description of the local laws
and usages under which they lire.
The lecture was full of interest to
all the auditors and highly appreci
ated, as tho lady gave much inform
ation which was new to all the audi
ence. Miss Ackcrman spoke for
over an hour, and all of the time
held her audience with rapt atten
tion. The lecture was a succoss and
the members of the W. C. T. U.
made a happy stroke in having this
talented lady come in our midst and
Within the last two or three days
experiments have been made with
the phonograph for the purpose of
reporting public speeches. The
most notable experiment, although
conducted under very unfavorable
conditions, gave remarkable results.
It was at a public meeting in one of
the upper towns in New Jersey that
the test in question was made.
Owing to the arrangements in the
hall it was not possible to place the
funnel for the reception of the sound
near enough to the speaker's stand ;
it was six f set below it ; while the
phonograph itself was 19 feet dis
tant from the speaker. The onby
break made in the reporting was in
the eight seconds required for the
changing of the wax cylinders which
are used to record the speeches.
These cylinders, as a rule, will take
about eight minutes of an ordinary
address. Mr. ISdison says this delay
in changing the cylinders can be
obviated entirely by using two ma
chines. Two sepnrate speakers were
reported upon this particular occa
sion, covering a period of two hours
of talking, with the exception of
the small breaks already mentioned.
The orators were fully and accur
ately repoi ted, even to tho deep,
longs breaths and coughs of one of
them, who was suffering from a
cold. The applause of the audience
was also. distinctly and sharply re
peated. A joking remark of the
chairman, made behind a speaker's
back and at his expense, was also
faithfully caught and recorded by
the remorseless phonograph, while
the cheers of the audience at the
close of the meeting, the shullling
of feet, and the confused uproar of
the departing crowd was also most
faithfully noted. So far as ordinary
human speech is concerned the
phonograph is now perfection j the
lowest whisper is Bharply and dis
tinctly recorded. N Y. paper.
amateur singer noticed
never thanked till ho
Lovemaking is ono of the arts in
which experience is not essential to
Where there's a will thero's a way
to break it, except il bo a living
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS,
liKront; dickuistox, j.
Monday, Feb. 11th.
Estate of Louisa Ilauleiokulu of
Honolulu, Oahu, deceased. Peti
tion of W. O. Smith, administrator,
for allowance of accounts, discharge
and final order of distribution. Or
dered that accounts bo approved
and administrator discharged, and
bis bond cancelled upon his filing
receipt balance in hand as per his
report. . O. btuitu for petitioner ;
Luika Liiliu per so.
BEFORE DOLt 3,
Bankruptcy of G. Akong of Kona,
Hawaii. Hearing appointed Febru
ary i, 188G, for proof of claims, etc.
Four claims arc allowed proved
amounting to $1852.86, and J. F.
Hackfcld, elected, is declared as
signee to act under bond. Bank
nipt per sc.
A FEW prlvnlc pupils, in any of the
classical or scientific studies, by
an experienced teacher. Terras reason
able. Address "L," Buu.r.TW Ofllce.
THRKE will be a nicotine of tho
Board of Directors of tho Kaplo
lani Park Association, on PKIDAY, tho
lGth hist., nt 11 A. M., at tho ofllce of
Wm. G Irwin Co.
A. S. CLEGHORN",
172 td Chairman.
annual Hireling of
JL the stockholders
of the Kanlolani
Park Association will be hi'lil on WED.
NESDAY, the 20lh but., at 10 A. m., at
the rooms f tin; Chamber of Commerce.
A. S. CLEGIIOKN,
172 Id President.
t Et) Dnrnnk nnd Ilu.
:"ss: i- .. ,,.. .r,...
rfi l s" J-V tuck mm uurivHiiiru
i'igs, lrom iflU lo $liua
pair, according to size.
Hell Telephone, 403; Mutu il Tclcphonci
513. JAS. JIEKSEliURG,
173 lw Wnininnnlo, Kooluupko.
TWO FURNISHED HOOMS,
centrally located, either separ.
utely as lirdroomsorus sitting
loom mill bedroom. A-ply at this ofllce.
PROPOSALS F9R GRADING j
Office ol I ho Oahu Railway and Land Com
pany (Ld.), Feb. 13, 1889.
SEALED PROPOSALS acHrt.wd to
tlii ofllce uniil 10 o'elork :i.m.. Fob. 'JO,
lS'-'J, for the guiding of Hie Ouhu Hail.
w.iy (I'e.irl Hhcr Dhi-ion.)
l-'urtlicr ir fonnxt.un, itli foinisupou
uhlch ai i. miii should lit- made, can be
obtained at thu ollice. The rij;nt to re.
jeot any and all bids is rcK-rviMl.
172 :)t 11. F. DILLINGHAM.
Change in Telephones.
MUTUAL No 371 changed from
A. M. Ilcwcti lo Hawaiian Wino
Co., Frank Urowii, manager.
BELL No. CO changed from Frank
llrowu residence to Hawaiian
Wine Co., Frank Ilrown, manager.
MK. A. ASCHHEIM has this day
been admitted as a partner in our
llrm. M. S. GKINBAUM & CO.
Honolulu January 1, 18BH. 108 lw
.T. D. TKKGLOAN, Merchant
Tailor, havinir Hold the lease of the
premises lately occupied by him, in the
"Gazette" Uluek, to the Hawaiian News
Co., will be pleased to meet his custom
ers at the establishment of II S. Treg
loan, cor ot Fort and Hotel sts. 170 lw
For San Francisco.
The Xcw (lllpuri' llai'iiiio
Capt. T. Thompson.
Will bail for the abeve port on
ThursdaVfthe I Ithinst.
t5T" For ni8iii;i) having Mipeiiornc
cnmmodation.H for u limited number of
passenger apply to
C. BREWER & CO., Id,
172 2t Queen utrcct.
N. Z. MULLET, new season, 1 lb, tin;
H. Z. JAMS, new catch;
H. Z. FRESII BUTTER, 1 & 2 lb. tins;
H. Z. LAMB'S TONGUES, 1 & 2 lb. tins;
K1LH DRIED'OATMEAL, 14 lb. tins.
Also a small ii'iuntlty of
Furze Seed for Hedges.
J. K. UllOWN & CO.,
28 Merchant St.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING.
X advertise it in the Daily Bullrtiw.
FOR SALE !
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, near Fort Street.
HAVE OH HAND AND FOR SALE,
FULL .A. S
All Brands of American Whiskies 1
Bourbon, Rye and Rflonongahala,
In Bulkier Case;
SCOTCH and IXi-ISJBL WHISKY
In Glass and Ktone Jars;
FBENOH J3 DR A. IS" I.I JB S !
Very Kino and Very Cheap Quultities, as are wanted;
G-INS, in Large and Small Bottles,
(Whito or Hlack), also, STONE JUGS;
ODUI TOM 5M CT !
Dest Brand in the Market.
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk and Case ;
All Brands of American Lager Beer,
English Ale &, Porter, German Beer, etc
In Tints and Quarts;
Finest Brands CHAMPAGNES',
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquers, Absinthe,
Apollinaris Water, Kummel.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES !
ZInfandel Rflataga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling-, Hocks, &c, &.
gOT All of which will be sold AT LOWEST KATES by
Bell rX,elt'iln)in", SO -a&3r Mutual Xcleplione, 371
I?1 1 ills Brovrn,
170 tf MANAGER.
Auction Sale by James F. Morgau.
Paia Sugar Stock
On Friday, March 1st,
AT 1! O'CLOCK KOO.
At my Snlesioom, Queen Ptn-et, I -will
sell at Public Auction, for nc-
count of whom it may
Paia Sugar Stock
JAS. F. MOItGAN,
WILLIAM FOSTER -Attorney.
at.Luw & Notmv Public llono.
THEO. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken the Studio fornieily occupied
by A. A. Montauo, corner of King
and Fort Rtieets, and is pre-
paicd to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES J
IrlntIn(cOon for Amateurs,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
flfiy Entrance on Fort Htieet. -a
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
From Palama for Hille Itniigu only
5:80 a, m. and every hour until H:30
. !.; lust cur 10:10 r. m.
From Palama for Wile Hunfe aud
Waikiki 7:10 a. m. and every hour
uiitll 0:10 p. m.
From Hiflu lliinge for Palama 0.00
a. m,, 7:C0 a. m., aud every half hour
until U.ilO i'. m.; labt car 10:30 v. it.
From Waikikl for Palama 7:10 A. m.
and every hour until 10:10 v. u,
Kxtra Cart from Palamit for liiliu
Huuge 12 noon, 4 v M., G i m., und
from Itititi Itangc at 12:50 v. u.
Firtt cars from Palama for Itlfle
Ran go only at 0:30 a. ji.
First car fiom Paluinu for Waikikl
at 7 :10 a. m.
First car from Waikiki at 8:10 a. m.
rirst car from Rillo Itangc at 7 a. m.
No extra car ,at
r. u. from Palama.
13 noon, 4
i. ii., 6
K. T M 13 N rJT
DAY lias removi.tl bis residence
to Ibu "Dickson Piemises," No. 49
Ucrclnuia Mrcct, opposite Garden Lane,
umu ids oflicc to Hie cottage adjoining.
ALL piTSMis bavin; claiiiH against
Mrs-. Nuncy S. Kllis ait; requested
to s-ciicl them in to Mr. A. J. Carlwright,
with a view lo Bctllrmeut.
Honolulu, Feb. G, 1889. ICO 2w
OWING to the iutinded departure
fiom the Kingdom of II. F. Wick
mn, we respectfully ask lliat all
amounts due our tlrni bu setlkd on
or hefoie the 15lb of Febnury next.
GOMES & W1CHMAN.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1S80. ISO lOt
THE Mclnerny Hall. Ap
Cor. Fort & Merchant sta.
Valuable Lot For Sale.
THAT Lot and House ad.
joining Dr. Miner's rcsi.
dence on Union street, oppo
site the British Club. This
Lot, extends through to Gar.
den Lane, and is convenient to the btisi.
nc-s part of the city. Apply at thiB
ofllce 1C0 2w
ALL parties owing to W. S. Lueo up
lo January BI, 1680, are hereby re
quested to make immediate payment to
Mr. Frank Urowii, Merchant Btreet, (for
merly A. M. Hcwcli's), who is autho
rized to receipt for all moneys paid
J. F. HACKFELD,
Assignees of V. S. Liuo.
Honolulu, Jan. ill, ISS'J, 101 lm
1. X. L.
California Lime !
Just Received per Hark "W. O.
FOB SAM'. AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S,
1031 Queen Btreet. J2w
74 King st.
74 Kin st
Rattan & Rood Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
B. F. EHLEES & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ARE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
SPECIAL BARGAINS OF
Remnants in All Departments.
Just Received n
PARASOLS 6IVEN AWAY
-KS-AT FISH EL'S "S3-
FOR ONE WEEK
-WE WILL SELL
Our $2.50 Parasols for $1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols for S2.00.
Our $4.50 Parasols for $2.75.
Our 5.50 Parasols for $3.30.
StSOIVlE TTTIElEXi: OIVJLiY fSl
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR. TIME TO PURCHASE
Tta Prices we paratee for On Ml Oily !
another large shipment of that Celebrated Draught Beer
by the Steamer "Australia."
It is a Clear, Cool aid
DODD & MILLER
ARE THE SOLE AGENTS.
NV person found IrcppnoBliicr or
il BllOOtltliT Oil
the kULlOUOU lands
'will be prosecuted
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
OIT NEW YORK.
Richard A. McCnrdy, President.
Tho Largost Company in the World
Tho Oldest Company in the U. S.
It Gives the Most Liberal Policies
Pays tho Largest Dividends.
Claims pnid to policy holders In
' Hawaiian Islands, during the
past ten years,
Over : $100,000 OO.
JGfiy For rates, apply to
S. It. HOME,
General Agent, Honolulu, Huwalian
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
FOIt ONE WEEK-
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading- JHillinery House.
Tim Nippon Ynaeu Kalalia's Xctr
& Jfc'lne Al ateel BtwnmtUlp
for the above ports on
MARCH T', 1 8SO.
CSTFor terms of freight or passage"
having Biipeiior cabin and steerage uc.
commodations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.,
16S td Agents.
The At MtcniuBUIp
Of the Occidotitol & Oriental Bteamship
Co. will be due at Honolulu from Bun
Francisco on or about
March 9, 1889,
And will leave for tho above ports on
or about that date.
IfiyFor freight or paisage apply to
H. HACKFELD ft CO.,
107 td Agenta
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