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I3y oiJpi of the ' iniHur nf Interior
tendeu will Im nretveU at tin? office
of the Itoml rUiptriior till IS o'clock
noon ..n WEDNESDAY, Feh. 2"th.
fur mh ing the Unvr-rMiitiiit S ta
ttles with Hay, Oats, Whole Dntley,
around Hurley nml Urnn, it per ton
for six months from March 1, 18SH.
Snid feed to Im delivered at the
Government StaMcn in Mich qnanli
ties n the Itond Supervisor may
direct. H. F. HEHBATJD.
Honolulu, Feb. 23, ISSI). 1S1 td
T It 10
PitilQctl to neither Sect tior Parly,
But ctttibtifird tor the benefit of all.
to artak ttmn i but m Mid to hT
wt IntUnetlire horror of btwh life.
MUl Warn to ihwn. They would
probably be regarded n Intruder If
tty iftcroavhed upon Utt domain
of the hnthnwti, and the latter
ntlghl tindor the e'.rcumMnnco scat
ter lead Around In n manner that
Would be ilhUintpfnl to the nfllrcr.
The officer cannot lc lilnined,
therefore, for ritrli-liug their xoreh
to the public highway: it is safer.
If thoy leave no stone upturned on
Iho public road, they will have the
positive knowledge that the men arc
not under those stones. Sheltered bo
hind sonic big rock off the rood Is n
more likely place to flml Ihciu.
SATURDAY, FK15. , 1889.
PARCELS POST CQrlVEilTIOrl.
The Parcels Post Convention he
tween Hie Hawaiian Kingdom and
the I'nitcd Slates of America pro
vides for IraiiMiiis'sion, liclwccn those
two countries, liy mail, of parcels
not exerediny; eleven pounds in
weight, nor exceeding throe feet six
inches in length, nor exceeding six
feet in greatest length and girth
combined. The rate of postage is
lixed i twelve cent'- for the first
pound, and twelve cents for each
additional pound or fraction of a
Letter, post cards, and written
matter ol all kinds, that arc admit
ted under any conditions to the
domestic mails of the country of
origin, arc not admissible to the par
cels post; neither arc publications
which violate the copyright laws of
tbc country of destination, poisons,
and explosive or inflammable sub
stances ; fatty substances, liquids
and those which easily liquify, con
fections and pastes ; live or dead
animals, except dead insects and
reptiles when thoroughly dried ; fruits
and vegetables, and substances
which exhale a bad odor; lottery
tickets, lottery advertisements or
lottery circulars; all obscene or im
moral articles ; articles which may
in any way damage or destroy the
mails, or injure the persons handling
them ; also opium.
It is also provided that a letter or
communication of the nature of per
sonal correspondence must not ac
company, be wiitten on, or enclosed
with any parcel. No parcel may
contain parcels intended for delivery
at an address other than the one
borne by the parcel itself.
The following customs arrange
ment should be noted : The sender
of each package shall make a cus
toms declaration, pasted upon or
attached to the package, ' upon a
special form provided for the purpose
giving a general description of, the
parcel, an accurate statement of the
'contents and value, date of mailing,
and the sender's signature and place
of residence, and place of address.
The packages in question shall be
subject fn the country of destination
to all customs duties, and all cus
toms regulations in force in
that country for the protection of
its Customs IJcvcnues ; and the cus
toms duties properly chargeable
thereon shall be collected on de
livery in accordance with tho cus
toms regulations of the country of
The foregoing are the main fea
tures of the Convention of interest
to the general public, and arc here
given for the benefit of our readers.
The Convention will go into opera
tion on Friday next, the first day of
It is said that the money appro
priated for the roads of this district
is nearly all expended. If the
statement is correct, how arc the
roads going to fare until the next
appropriation? A period of fourteen
or fifteen months must pass before
any more money can bo voted, un
less thero is an extra session of the
Legislature; and, even now many
thoroughfares rlght)hcro in the city
are urgently in need of at
tention. How can they wait for bo
long a period V
The clceUic light has been "going
back" on the people again this
week. Just when the moon has got
played out, and the electric light is
wanted, the artificial illutninant gets
snuffed out, by. it is stated, a defi
ciency of water. It was easy to do
without the electric light before wo
had it, but having become accus
tomed to it, we miss it when it fails
to be on hand, It has become a
necessity. Is it ever going to be
any moro regular? Other poles and
lamps arc being erected, which will
require additional power for sup
plying them with light. If the water
is found to be insufficient for the
lamps already in use, how is it go
ing to furnish the now ones? The
Arab doubts if ever tlic people will
get satisfactory light as long as wa
ter power is used for its creation.
toflfd to I not toe here very pretty
souitd when one horn play llirn bin
drum more loud than every other.
Hut Home time very nwoel for
listen when play every' Instruments.
1 sunwise for hear boy of St.
Louis Col legs can play so good.
Last night I been tee that place and
selection for music very fine pxpcii
Uou for sweet sound the boys play.
Same time 1 no Hotel for sec
Merger band play but there nioic
big the sound and 1 think the school
boy play more ofi and some sweet
music same time but l not very
good critic the music only 1 play
little bit on the nku-lelc.
Some other thing nbout write
uiorr but 1 been hurry for get ready
go home so I write other time again
J. H. Whaim-cus.
Honolulu, Feb. 211 th, 1889.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
oKi.v.niiATioN or Washington's
"The Arab in journalism" is an
annoyance and a stumbling block to
the "Advertiser." A week ago that
lvalllr journal made a great, clfort
great in number of words and great
in feebleness to crush out of exist
ence its hated foe. A whole column
was devoted to proving that the
Arab is bad at home and worse
abroad a plunderer on his native
sands, and in Honolulu a nuisance
to the "Advertiser." Of course he
is. Antishainus lias openly declar
ed himself an insatiable plunderer,
specially lying in wait for ministers
and editors. A whole column to
prove that what is, is, and what
isn't, isn't, is space wasted. It
might have been devoted to the set
tlement of the Samoa troubles or
the llayti cinbroglio.
Washington's biithday was cele
brated last evening at St". Louis Col
lege by a band concert. The con
cert began at 7 o'clock and lasted
until about 8 :!J0 o'clock. The col
lege baud, numbering .10 instru
ments, occupied n raised platform
about the centre of the recreation
ground, and played the following
Mill eh Inllexlble. . . .' Keller
Modlev Uv-gonu Melodic I'r.ineis
(-election Pinafore Sullivan
I'.ulhui Youth's Fond IInurs..Cninpana
Polka ICni-eliKe Stns'iiy
Overture Dhulriu Herman
Wall. Songs of I lcit en Slraus
.Medley Splinters Riillinon
(Salop Fur Fame-and Fort'ine.Wiegand
lied, White and JJlue.
Quite a number of invited guests
were piescnt, and enjoyed the mu
sic exceedingly. They were all ac
commodated with chairs on the
grounds, at a short distance from
the band. Sufficient illumination
was supplied by torchlights. Some
of the auditors, strangers to the
country, were heard to express sur
prise at the boys' excellent playing.
It may be here remarked that the
Brothers, who ate the sole teachers
in the institution, arc all American,
and the celebration of Washington's
birthday was to them the celebration
of the birthday ol tho father of their
AnctlM Sli by JiM f, Mown,
Lease of Mtoe
AT Al.CTH) N.
On Tuesday, Vob. 26,
AT l() OT!. (HU A. 31.,
(n tin i'limUf, -ill of Punchbowl,
(illrcri'.v ' "piwlii- I inmu tneO, 1 Will
sell ill I'ulilir Am tl ii,
The Lonsft of the Premises
On upicd ly Mr. Mortcason, as a lis!
deuce. There Is a
Dwelling House on tho Lot
Containing Parlor, Uetlroom, Dining
room, Klti hen and Oiibhoiisis. Thu
Three Yeai'N ( run
Willi privilege of five yrow extension
nt $2!i per Tiimiim. A1m at llic siuiiit
linns will lie tolil the
Entire Household Furniture 1
t-The toal to the Roveriitnent
Quui ry, Punchbowl strict, tends lo the
man I railways
JAS. F. 31 ORG AN,
Krotu ralnuitt fin Itltle Itonguonly
fi-'JO a. M. and evry hour until tuCO
1-. M.j laalmir 10:10 V. M.
Krom I'ftlniim for 1111k' llongc and
Wnlklkl 7:10 a. w. and every hour
until !l:10 v. M.
Kiom llilto HiUiRO lor t'alnma (1 00
A.M., Tiro A. St., and uverv half hour
until 0.110 l'. m. j lnt car 10 110 r. xi.
Ficnn Wniklki for VaiomiiT.lO a. m.
and every hour until 10:10 i m.
Uxira Oars from 1'alnnii for ltllln
Itnnye 12 noon, 4 v jt., G r. xi., and
from IUUj llnnge nl 1 'J :50 v. m.
S 0.N DA VS.
First ears from Fn'atin for ltlflo
HsuiRo only at (1:110 a. xt.
1'lKtnar lima I'.ilatua for Wnikikl
Firt cr from Wnikikl at 8:10 a. xi.
First, car Irom ltillo ltain;e at 7 a. xt.
No etr:i :r at I'i noon I r. xi , 5
l'. m. f i o 1 1 1 I'nlama.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AllE OFFER INC!
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices
SPECIAL HAHUAINS OF
Remnants in A 51 DcDartrnents.
JuM Received a. Frwsh Lot of
DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE !
FOll ONE WEEK
COMPETENT lVnehcr to aid in
J. lln- Muiiv i f "'On jj;lisli Grammar,
Address "l oreium i , Ukm.uiin
" ist :u
Two men in tho Kvm district lire
wnnled by the olllcers ol tho law;
hut tho men seem determined that
want shall be master of the olllcers.
They prefer n wild lifo and live in
the bush. The olllcers arc anxious
For the enlightenment of
"Advertiser," whose ignorance ap
pears to be on a par with its verb
osity, it is here recorded that from
remote antiquity the cause of men
tal progress has been left to the
championship of the world's out
siders, a peculiar class of people
profanely'honored by the title be
stowed upon city vagabonds, and
generally known and distinguished
as the "Arabs of literature ' wan
dering despoilcrs on the great gloo
my desert of civilization, who roam
over that vast expanse of mental
desolation and dreary insipidity,
Inaking the brainless effusions of
presuming ignorance a prey to their
bow and spear. They care nothing
for the opinions and convention
alities oi mankind. Uudiscplincd
banditti ot letters, repudiating all
restraints but the dictates ot reason
and truth, these inky marauders
rush to the combat, careless of the
numbers arrayed against them, and
invariably overthrow and plunder
the twaddlers, leaving the Held
strewn with the empty heads and
demolished arguments of their puny
Di:ak Mn. JiiHTon: Sir, for
some thing I been come Hono
lulu lor look sec the business to my
own for few day so i think good
time for write some things that I
My friend say for we go to tee
some show. Therefore wc visit for
see the dog show some time before
he go to other Islands, but J laugh
too much for pay quailer dollar to
sec such thing." Eut Mmio other
time we go sec nigger bhow and oil
joint kind of show and that more
better only make laugh very hard,
so wc fore inside irom laugh when
the nigger play the trick nil times.
Eut I very much like good music
for sing and .play instrument, so
soino other tunes we go seo Cainpo
bcllo music. That very much bet
ter, but I sorry not more people can
go, because I think good kind of
music lor man with much known all
iatne (Jnmpobello everybody like
hear, but f think the peoples have
troubles for whooping-cough or
other things for keep home and not
can come see it. That too bad be
cause J think peoples in other coun
try hear nbout it and spenk that Ha
waii Nel no use for go to see No. 1
iiiiisio, only dog show and nigger
Some time I jfo very olten beforo
I go homo and seo Mr, llcrger play
tho band and it very line. Eut some
plcco the boys play too much high-
rpO mielii:f! a jxnod second-hand En.
.JL pi'ie and lloilei, ny ."i Iioise power;
poitublu or nny either kind will answer
so long us it is in cowl conuiticii. Apply
lo Daily Ui!m,i:imn. lHl lw
On Wcilncstlny, Feb. 27lh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At tec nsi leiu c of Mr. T K. l.an-iug,
N". :l f-ehool s 1 1 et in sir lOmma Con ae
eount ol ilcj arilii. I will sell at I'll title
The Entire Kouseh'il Furniture,
Uompiifbur in pa'i
One Emerson Upright Piano !
7,'j Oetive, In perfe:-t lone nml Older;
Volvo' Flush Rockers,
Rattan and Wicker Firniture,
I. irsie Com rli I'nr I rs,
l.aeu Cm a lis m d I'o'i s,
I! ,ii! Ill Cluiudi! I r, I'i tuu'-,
T3eYeled Frouch Plate Mirrcr,'
It inginj: Iji:iij-.
Kxieii 10 i Oii'i,iL' Ta'i )u,
15. W. Mtrlih'io iSi'Uboar.l,
J5. V. 0:eiir, Marbletop T, b'e,
Orojkeiy and Glassware,
B. VV. Marbietcp Bedroom Set.
Clipt er Sin intr ifc Hair Jluttrisses,
l'eiiln r Pillows. M.-'iiit. IS'ct-i,
Uliitk Walnut Chutlbi.iuie.
Ash Bedroom Set
1 fainted Ucdroom S t,
Hjlugeralor, Gnrdeii TooK,
Ono Medallion Range and Utensils,
Liwn Mower, llo-i',
l'.ils ol Kein-. Al-o,
1 Square Box Top EUG&Y
1 Set oi'Sinjjle Harner,
Kte, Klc., Ele, Ktc.
Opening of Oalm College Line.
On ami after WedneHtluy, the 20lh
iii't , eiirs will run to and from Onhu
-olli gc ah utih'i :
-WE WILL SELL I'OK ONE WEEK-
F5 Si tfft S (n
flk U Pi
:(0 1'. M , -1 :JU !
-8:20 .. M., !I:20 A. Jt ,
M and V;M) v. m.
bwive fiiilni College 7;"0 a. M.. .S:."0
a. m, 10:."0 a. it.. 2:,.ir, e. m. and 0:50
-12:11! v. M. iindSi-IO
benvi- Onhu CoIU-kc 0:20 A. M., 10:20
A. M. himI 0:50 ,. m.
Ouv $2."i0 I'jirnsols Cor $i.,'25.
Ovtr ,S.5f) Tstvasols lor $2.00.
Our S'J.5'0 Parasols for 2. 7o.
Ouv SS.iiO Parasols for :
EKSOm'ES WEEK yjSJLTST
CS' Time Table n-iw icady; price 1
cent. 177 If
Just leceived :i fna'i tupply of this
fmorite diuughi lieer
rr,0 iiirchusc live or s,ix
I neiea of I'listmc Lund
within two or llireo miles of
.1. E.'imOWN & CO..
28 Alei chant bticet.
TMIL luular amimil lr.'-etlng of the
J stoeliholileiH ot tho Kitwailna
Hunch Co. v. ill be lu-ld TI1UHSDAY,
Kubiuary 28, lt'S!), t !i.:ifi o'clock l. Jt.,
ut the olllce of Ale-sr-. Uifbop As Co.
J. II. 1TSUER,
181 Tit Sccrutury.
rpiIK annual meeting of the Mock
X hohleiB of tho l'eople's Ice it Ke
friperaior Co. will be held on TUKS
DAY, March Otli, 1850, at 10 o'clock
A. .v., at thu Company's olliec. Fort
sued. W. E. KOSTEK,
180 td Secretary.
6S?"Tlio premises will bo open for in-i-pumion
on TUESDAY, the 2 ith, from
0 A. si. to 2 l. M.
JAS. F. MOItGAN,
160 -It Auctioneer.
Cameo Maimf. Co.'s Slock
Similar Redactions in Ladies' Hals, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO' PURCHASE
sb Prices fo iiraiim for One Week Only !
The Lt'tjiliu;'- 3fillti:'ry House.
-IV JE5 V-
rpilE annual meeting of the stoek
X holders of the Inter Inland Steam
Navigation Co.. (Limited), will be held
on TUESDAY, March .-.,lb&!), at 10
o'clock A. m., at their olliec on Queen
slieel. J. ENA,
Honolulu, Feb. 18, 18S0. 177' 12t
On Friday ftflarch 1
AT 1!J 'C'!.)l'IL XiHi.
At my Salesroom, (Jm-i n hlr,et, I will
sell at Public Auction, on aciounl of
Bishop A: Co., pled pi s,
lO (SIJA.1XJ3W OK
s b shah- u
Has 1 eceivod
8 O ?H
another liu'e hijuncnt of that Celebrated Draught Beer
hv the Ktciinier "Australia."
Hawaiian Carriage Manufactur
ing Company's Stock !
(Certificate No. 211.)
Tile s;dil Shines of Kiock having been
pledged lo Mild Hi-hop ; Co. liy K.
Ljc.ui a? eolliiurtl security for the pay
ment of two ceitain piuinhsury notes fur
i?2"0 each, and dnieif Apiil 18. 18blt.
Defuillt having been mn le in the pay.
maul of both principal and intercM.
ISS Chillhnru lias moved her milli-
nerv hucine.s to the place lately
occupied by 1'. Melnery, ue.t to Comes
it Wichmuii, Koil Ptieet, near Klujr.
A LI. pi i'ai ti3 hiiMuu ilalm; iigahit
Mr. Nancy S. Kills im-icqiie-tul
lo (inii tin m in lo Mr. A . .J. C.ir vi iylit,
will) h leiv. In Hultlemeiit
Ilonnhll i, l-'nli. (IJHSy. UH12.V
JAS. E. MORGAN,
Audio i er.
Japanese Employment Office.
ORI iiotild respectfully inform the
public of Honolulu and the isl
ands neneiully, that he litis opened a
Japanese Employment Olliec at No. 110
Kinjj stieet. wet.t of Kekanlike fctreet,
wheie lie will be icady to jiroinptly 1111
all orders for ,I:iiancse help. English
and Hawaiian spoken. Hell Telephone
No. il'.III. 177 lw
.JWf fit A s,i,e f '""ished Hooms
ft.vgS xi. with' accommodations
fetilSQJka3 lor housekeeping in a very
ilcbiruble locality. Addiesi "P." Ilui.
I i:tin OIIlco 170 lw
It is a tier, Ceil ami Mipraii Bevsrap
LA ItGE and Comfortable
W&TOIlfc strei t. between Palace Walk
and Hcietiiuia street. Apply to
Dn. J. S. McGJtEAV,
170 tf Hotel street.
4 T the aumial tnei'tiut; of the Kuplo
xi. liml Pnik As.oeiution iudd on tho
yoili day of IVIniuiiy. A. D. ItSO, the
following slrirchohh-ru wet u dub olecird
In i-t'ive as mumbuis of the liourd of
II. II. M lofarlani',
Win. 0. It win,
T. il. Walker,
E H. Ciiuliu,
II, .1. Nolle.
A. S. Cleghorn,
II. .1. Aguew,
W. M. OIKKARD,
Seoietitty, pto tern.
AT RS. STEVEXSOX,
mid Indies' mn bu. Testimonials
nfSSyeaiM c.peiiuiiei nl Queen Char
lotto Lying in. Hospital, i.onilnn. Other
islnndn not ohjci ted to. Itesidenre,
".loidiiu Iloiibe," School stieet P. O.
Box -Wi Muluid Tele. SH3, 170 8tn
OYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
Xi SHOP, Iteur of Lucas' Mill.
Pala Sum Stock !
On Friday, Rfiarch
at its ':i.o:it x..
At my Snlcsroi in, Queen strret, I will
fcell at Pniilio Auction, for tie.
count of whom it may
Paia Sugar Slock !
KAt n, rJMIE "Blelneniy Hall
Cor. Fort it Merchant sts.
and In pet feet eondi.
liin. Aho, Now Sud
die, etc. Apply to
V. H. DODGE,
l:!0 lierftania street.
JAS. F. 3IOU6AN,
10 Id Auctioneer.
w--0 rp0CAHRIAGES in
tS:C X. splendid order; ulfo
TgV. Quo 7 Octave Chkker.
nig Piano, Apply to M. S. Grlnb.ium
Ai Co.. Queen btreet, or nt
lEOlw 2Q1 Kiiigbtrcul.
iMfoi!Ti:i!K ,t- niiAi.p.tt'i j.v
American & European Drugs k Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AgentB for P. Eiirill.ud & Cu.'Hroh.u-eu.s, it W. .S. Kimball & Co.'b
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated WaitiT WorkK - - - V.i Hotel Street.
ITOXi'V te'VlZiiilC'V, JIOIN'OIL.TJJ-.U.
1 N'EW'Iiivlnelhlo" Compound .Cen
X trlfugiil Piiiuiilni; Engine, with At
tached Ciiuieiifer and Air Pump, eoni
plete; diameter of discharge pipe, 8
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING.
X advertise it iu the Daily Bulletin
C3T BARGAIN8 Now Lino of SST BARGAINS -j
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
BHBLP-HABDWABB, PLOWS & GEN'L MERCHANDISE.
NovellieH uuti I'nncyGoodH, In Lui'o Varlitty.
I 4 - a.1 t1.