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DAUjT BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1M
r . FINE
"Wo invite tlio Lmlics of Honolulu
Fancy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
THE FINEST STOCK OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Mats in this city.
g&r our. stock c vn't he beat. &
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A Choice Line of Dry
IS Ul OIovom from rt to 'J; I tut tons.,
Hosiery, Satlnes, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Yonths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Yalises,
CASTLE & COOKEi
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION H INSURANCE AGENTS,
and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Cai pouters', Blacksmiths', Machinists' & I'lnrnbois' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitchen Utensils, Faints, Oils",
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gfblis, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family
CRYSTAL -:-S0M-:- WORKS,
JOHN GRACE, : : Proprietor.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE OUEAT BLOOD
SARSAPAHILLA and IRON WATER,
Ginger Ala, Sarsapnrilln, Lemon, Croniu & Plain Sodn.
a-. t; lASIl'ACN VZ UllMt:.' -V
ffT ALL AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURE j&3
r i icincj si'itioicr n-t
Mutual Tolophone 330 -a o mSbt Bell Telephone 298
jWIslaiul orders promptly nltendcd to. nnv.S-S'.Mlm
-OFFER AT DEI)
CiilU'm-niit liny, Outs, Bran,
Oil ('alio Meal, Linseed Meal,
Uiirly, ltollcd Hurley.
Middling Ground JJnrley,
AVhea'l and Corn FJmtr.
FLOUlt AST-AlCi, Golden Giiio Salinas- FLOUR
r8lophouc8, No. 176.
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Grranite, Iron aii'd Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPi'ER
9l3 Sheet Iron Work.
to rail nnd inspect our
& Fancy Goods,
Vimi'idies, Lamp Goods and
Cor. Edinburgh & ftuoen Sts.
.?. ",. S5S
HH & Builder.
Estimates Given on Brick, Iron, Slono &
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
Kt'.r.i's roit sali:
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Maiiilo Dust, Wire Loth,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry 'I'lloa f!J red, white nml blue;
Mluton, Plastic nml Eneaitstle Tiles Ih
various patterns, nil kinds of Dtatnagu
EST Oniou Sotithrast corner Aln-
Uoa ami tjiiccii meets.
Mutual -(SuTCLEPIIONESttirBoll 3D1
Government Coupons Lost !
March 23rd, Coupon? S30, Bond Xo. 224
A..T. OAItTW BIGHT.
Ilonolulit, March 2.'.. ISOO. .ll t(
the Daily Rt;i.i,i:-rix, of
V the dates specified below, J
u eopv will lie paid tnr tne came on
delivery at this oilleo:
.lunuury lit. ihstt, ! Cniii'N.
roit SALE OnEAP
ACOMI'Ll'n. mutllt forinaKinjcaml
dl-ipmiiliiK cai'bouated bevci-.ii ,
all lu Jood Older,
119. MONHOK, ladles' niirfc, 1ms
removed to No. a, Kiikul lane.
1,V K. II. W. OltEEN in mitliorbed
iiJL collect for our account.
.I.E. KNOWN & CO.
T,TH5. OSHOltNE U now liiepnrcd to
lfj. sjlve Iiitructlons In 1-aney Work
nt "The Arlington,' llooin I!. Clnt"
J.essont: Mondays, Wcdnepilayi and
1'ilday. l'rlvatc lof-Mim by .xpeelal
airaiiJjiMiieiit. Stamping and outers
)toinUly attended to. leb2l-ly
HAVING bought out Sir. W. JI.
l'ape in the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 128 Foil street, I am
prepared to continue the above lmsincs
under the old name of Honolulu Cur.
ringe Manufactory, and helnjr an old
experienced rnrriuge builder I solicit
the putTonnuc of my old friends and the
public hi general, and v.ilh my thorough
knowledce of the businesi and with e.
pcrienccd workmen nnd using only the
best mutcrial I guaiantee general satis
taction. Please call and Bee me. bclorc
(Signed): GIDEON WEST.
Ilnnnllllil. Ort.J?S.JS80. !;i)l If
HAVING bought out the bii.slne-s of
.1. X. S. Williams and t. Moie .V
Co., and impoited the heavy maehiuery
ncersary in order that wo may be able
to do all'cbwiN of work in our line, wo
nre now prepaid! to eairy on a business
as Kugiuci'i'5 and Iron Pounders, mam i
laeluiing: Susar Mnehlneiy, Inigalliig
.Machinery, Steam Engines. Ktc.. Etc.
Wo make a specially of luatiiifactuiiug
Diffusion Machinery In all Its branches,
and guarantee all work to be done on
tlio shortest possible, notice.
.special attention will bo paid to eily
ordei a for making or lepaiiiug Maehl
nei,, and the woik done at reasionable
We trust that by a elo.-e addition in
executing; our outers we will soon pain
our Mian- In the fiaiudry work of the
' FN ION IltON -WOltKS CO.,
.1. N. S. Wii.i.iam.s. Manager.
I mice it Woiks Esplanade, Honolulu.
riirnislicd IIouho To Let
Waiklkl, a two dory
House, containing fix
looum nicely furnished, with
lUichcn. lanai. bath and servants loninp.
stable, etc., to let for u few months m a
restsouahle rate. Or rooms will bo let
singly witli gooil table board.
HAWAIIAN MJSINKSS AGENCY.
Valunlilo Property For Sulo
r Piiiimnu Avenue, a
newly fuinithcd 2-storv
Uouse containing 8 rooms,
kitchen, bathroom, closets, carriage
hoiise, stable, licncry. etc, Grounils
contain 2 2.10 ncies, well laid out In
lawin, 6halo and ftuit trees, ilowers,
etc. Will hn sold low, with or without
luinituio, horteH, carriages, live stock,
and all the appointments needed in a
llrst-clasa lesiiinnce, na tlio owner in
tends leavlngtlie.se Islands.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Spoil en no.
'pill: best lomody for
I. wounds, ulceif.
"tills, proud llesh and
.sni-i'S of uvi'i-v ibsiiln-
a.ii - Mnii In niwniK. nr niii.
mills. Adopted by lending horse rail
loail. club and (ivory sublos, etc., lu
the Fulled .Stales and elhowhcio. Wo
me prepaid! to piot lliU Mntciiu'iil by
testimonials and lofcronecs to planter
and llvoiymeii in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN IJl'SINF.Srj AGKNCY.
I.A JIG L assortment ol Photugiaphs
anil .sti'icoHconiu lows ot tne
iiuirt attractive scenery, hulldlnpA, cle,
In llic-iu Nlamb, for tale at reaonablu
'"HAWAIIAN MTBINKSS AGKNCY.
Coiner Koit and Met chant Mi eets,
THE UNITED STATES CENSUS.
The preparations for taking the
i'nitcd .States census in June lmve,
been begun. Ecgartling the gcncrnl
statistics i elating- to ngricnlluro,
Supcrintciuleiit Fortcr makes tlio
rollowitm appeal to tlio farmers of
the country: "It is important to (he-
country that tlio ictiiriis in relation
to farm products mill ltve-stoek
should be full mill correct. The
enumerator, in tliu house-to-liousc
visit lie will make during the month
of .June, 1SH0, is constantly met
with tlio fact that farmers keep no
books, ntul hence returns are not in
frequently guess-work. The een9tii
year begins June 1st next anil ends.
'May ill , 1890. If farmers through
out the country would note this fact
mid keep account of the products
of their farms during tho census
year it would be of material aid in
securing reliable returns for the
Kegarding the gold and silver
mining industries- of the country, t
different plan will be adopted from
that used for the last census. For
tlio Eleventh Census tho plan will
be to determine, by means of tlio
Bincllcrs, rcllncrics ami assay olllecs
of the Mints, the total quantity of
gold and silver produced us it first
appears in the refined form on the
market, nnd to trace this back from
the refining works to the producers
of hasp bullion, then to the sampling
works (where tho ores from different
sections nrc mixed), and from these
to the principal mines, so ns to show
the States, and the principal districts
of each State, from which gold and
silver came, ho much tor the pro
duct. The inquiry will also show
the usual questions in regard to
capital, labor anil materials employ
ed in tho various steps to the mush
ed product j anil the special niroiit
will also obtain these statistics for
the principal mines.
The progressively greater increase
of population in the cities, as com
pared with that of tlio rural districts,
and the results produced by the ag
gregation nnd overcrowding of large
numbers of the poorest ami most ig
norant classes, including many
iccent immigrants, give a special
importance to a Mtudy of the condi
tions as to water supply, sewerage
and drainage, character of habita
tions, etc., ol the cities, taken in
connection with the statistics of the
diseases mid deaths occurring in
them in different localities. It is,
therefore, intended to make a care
ful study upon all these points, tn
obtain an full information as possi
ble with regard to all tho conditions
affecting the life and health of the
people in the several cities of the
United Slntes, and to present these
in a scries of tables so constructed
as to indicate tho localities where
the greatest injury to health and
wasto of life arc occurring, and the
conditions of habitation, occupation,
municipal sanitary condition, etc.,
to which these may bo supposed to
be duo, ns a foundation for effort, in
: definite direction to effect im
provement in these matters.
Among the now important fea
tures of the Eleventh Census will be
(1) A special study of the birth
and death rates and of the principal
causes of death in twenty-four of
our largest cities, to show where the
highest and lowest death rates pre
vail, and what the relations of theso
are to topography, drainage, char
acter ol habitations, ovcrciowding,
poverty, and other environments-.
(2) A special study of tho inllu-
once ol race upon tcciinility anil
mortality in the I'liited States, in
cluding studies of tlio biitii and
death rates of inulattocs as disting
uished from the negroes on tho one
hand and tlio whites on the other,
and ol the principal European races
which have contributed to tlio popu
lation of this country.
(.1) A special study of Hie rela
tions of occupation to death rates
and to particular causes of death as
shown by a detailed study of ilgures
derived from the rccorils of our
largest manufacturing cities for a
period of livo years, in addition to
the data of the whole country for
tlio census year which will be ob
tained by the enumerators.
Altogether tho now census pro
mises to lie a very comprehensive
document, .and will include statistics
Debt and Taxation," "Recorded
Indebtedness," "Mineral llesources
or the Nation," "Fish and Fisher
ies," "Transportation," "Insurance-"-nnd
"Churches and Education."-
California prunes are tn such de
mand in tiiu New York that it i
dilllcnlt to get them, the small re
maining stock being entirely in Un
hands of grocery jobbers, who pre
fer to preserve them for their regu
"IMrty Fool, "'a Sioux buck, on
Had river, S. I)., got drunk and
struck n squaw with an ax, fractur
ing lior skull. A crowd of bucks
gnthorcd anil threw "Dirty Foot"
into a Ore and kept him there until
he was burned to a crisp.
About April 1st nn expedition was
to have left Now York for the pur
pose of exploring the country lying
between tho Copper river mid tho
Yukon, in Central Alaska.
One or the assistant physicians in
tlio Pasteur Institute at New York
has been stricken with tho rabies,
lie bad been experimenting with tho
brain of a mad dog.
Tho 'North Dakota I'pper and
Lower Houses are at enmity owing
lo tho failure of tho lottery scheme,
nnd each promises to kill the other's
Oceanic Rteamsnip Compy.
From San Francisco.
Leave Duo at
8. F. Honolulu
Mniipma . ...May !1. . . .May 10
y.caiamua iiiay ;u. . . Jitno i
.Aug 2H .
. ..Sept 20..
, .Nov lf...
. Aug :u
Mariposa . .
Deo 13 Dec 20
ITor San Franoisoo.
Leave Duo at
Zealandia Apr 10. . . .May a
Alameda May 1-1 May 31
Mariposa June 11. . .June 28
Zealand in July ... .July 20
Alameda Aug 0. . ..Aug 23
Mariposa Sept 3 Hopt 20
Zealandia... .Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 29 . Nov 15
MaiipOMi Nov 20. . Deo. 13
Zealandia Dee 2-i'....lan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
, Apr 25
Friday . .
W) SAN VltAKUlSCO,
The new and Quo Al steel Btenmihip
Of the Uceanic Steain3lilp Company, will
he due at Honolulu lrom Sydney
and Auckland ou or about
May 3, 1890.
And will lcavo for tho abovo-port wltb
mails and passengers on or about tltnt
date. . ,
For freight or passage, having SU.
PEltlOJt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agent.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new nd Duo Al steel BtCMDntalp
Of tbo Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
May 10, 1890.
And will have prompt dPpatch with
malls and pamongcra for tho nbovo ports
For freight or passage, having BU
PKKIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, uppl
37 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO.. Agenu
This office having added a large vailetv
of the latest style of
Elegant Type !
To Its Job Printing Rcom
Is better prepaied than over to execute
all orders in that line, comprising-:
Iluluesn Cm i Is
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmes, Etc., Elo.,
ALL AT LOW ItATLS.
"Daily Bulletin Oflloe,"
AN Al Vessel will be despatched for
Honolulu to hall from NewYotk
in all the month of April. Orders for
goods to be shipped by this vessel
should be forwarded as early as possi
ble to insure shipment For further
particular Inquire of ilio Agents,
CAbTLi: A COOKE,
Honolulu. 11. I.
H. CKOSSMAN it BKO.,
77 it 71' Broad street,
New York City.
NATl'BAL Mineral Water. For
sale only by
W. S. LUCE.
Sole Agent it liupoiiii-for tho Ha
XTO. fl King street, near tho Bridge,
.L Upen day and night. Meals at all
for California nrnduco
K. T. OIL'ZY,
Australian Mall Service,
TMbol EBsflos & Gn.
Per " Deanfield "
131 Days from Liverpool
tn our regular
Etc., Etc., Etc., Ktc.
Wo have icccived special lots of
Fiinry Umbrella Stands,
Fancy Flower Pots,
Basket Trunkn In all sire?,
In New Design & Latest Pattern.
FINE IRON BEDSTEADS,
Carpets s Rugs
Lawn Tennis Shoes,
Nets & Rackets,
FILTER PRESSES !
rAAtllfUt Ft A. Nl ATI ON,
Hawaii, Matib !i,
ItlHcInn Iron A I.oeomotlvo
Gknti.emi:.v:-Wc have- used twon'
your 30-Chcmbortd Filter Pernios this
season. They are convenient, easily
handled and arc woikliigcntlicly to oil"
satisfaction. I can tccoiumciiil no im
ptoveuient on llioni.
Very rcspee'fiillv youts,
(Signed) A. MOOItE,
Manaxer I'aaiihnu Plantation
II km a, Scpt.i'8, 19!!'.
John Dvnu, Agent Kltdon lion
Dkaii Stn: l'lcaepliltiu8oneofjour
30 Conipm tnietit Tiller I'rcstcs, 240 tquni u
feet sur tace, snnie as tliu one mii plied
us luBl scison, which I am plcutstd to
say luts given us entile satisfaction
Gi:o. K. EWAKT,
Manager Hcela Agricultural Co.
These Presses nru mndo cxlra heav)
for high pressures, occupy a floor
spneo il feet by -1 f et, and present a
tutoring surfnee of 240 tquaio ltd.
A limited number In stock In Hono
lulu and are sold at very low prices.
HUdon Iron & L:co. Works,
Tor particulars enquire of
juii.n iv.!-.n, iionniuiti,
Itoom No. !l fpieeliels' Block.
22. tf W. 0. Irwin & Co., Acont.
Reading Room Association.
Yr. llotul A Alnkea Street.
Open every Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists at tlio present
time of over Five Thnuniid Volumes.
Tho Heading Itoom la supplied with
about fifty of the leading newspapers
A Parlor Is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty centd a
jionth, payablo quarterly lu advance.
No formality requhed In joiulng exeupt
signing the roll.
Strangers from foreign countries nnd
visitors from tho other Islands are wel
come to tho rooms at all times as guests
This Association having no regular
means of support except tho dues of
members, It is expected that residents
of Honolulu who deslro to avail them
selves ot Its privileges, and all who feel
an Interest In maintaining an lustltiitton
of this kind, will put down their mimes
and become regular contrllmtois.
A. J. OAKTWIUGHT, Pres.,
M. M. SCOTT, VIce-Freehlcnr,
JL A. PAIIMELKE, Sccictnry,
A. L. SMITH, Tieiisurcr,
U. T. KODGEKS, M.D.,
Ohntrtiittii Hall and Library Commit fori
Continental and Colonial
36 Rue deSunkerqne, . - Paris.
ISxccutcs Indents for ovory description
of French, Bolginn,
Swiss, Germau. and EnallaU Ootids, al
tlio best Manufacturers' Lowest Price?.
Commission, Two-and-a Half per cent.
All Trade and CaMt Dircounts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoice, foi warded
Kenilttances, through a London or
Puris Banker, payablo on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to tho
r Homo and C
1'Ieco Goods, Cashmcros, Cnmbiics,
Silks. Velvctb, Lawns, Chlulzos,
iluslimi, Carpots, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Gloves,
Frihgos, Parasols, Huberdashery,
Gold and Silver Lace,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearls,
Hoots aud Shoes, Glass, and
China-ware, ClooliE, Watches,
Jewellry, Fancy Goods,
Electro-plate, Musienl Instruments,
Fans, Ecclesiastical aud
Optical Goods, Mirrors, Toys.
Perfumery, Wines, &c,
Oilman's Stores, Book; Aillslio
Chmmo . Mochlucrv. &g Ac.
! 'v H.
Artificial Teeth from ono to an entire
set Inserted on gold, silver, alluminnm
ami rubber bases. Crown and Bridge
Work a specialty. To pereons wcailng
rubber plates which nro a constant
source of hritation to tlio mouth and
throat, wo would recommend cur Pro
phylactic Motal Plato. All opcratiens
performed in accordance with tho latest
ruprovemonts In dontal fclence. Teeth
Extracted without pain by tlio use of
Nitrous Oxide Gas.
Hy-Offlco at Old Tregloan Resilience
Hotel street. Fol.20.U
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH and PMJMBEH,
Comer of King and Alakea slrcels,
Honolulu, H. I.
Workshop-'Mut 2C1 Ilc$ldoncc--Mul 23G
SSyEetlinMos furnished on nil elasres
or plumbing and tliiFiniihing woik.
First class woikniinshlp and mtitrrial
gitiii antced lu nil tho nbovo branches
of my busineas at reasonable ratii;.
Dr. IL E. GIIO'SSMAN,
Returned on thu Australia and has re
sumed practice nt Ills former olllee. W
Hotel st rent -100 t(
CHANGE or UESTDENCE.
Has removed from Foil street to Ho.
bollo Lane, Palama.
OifKiCE Hounss I) a. m. to 12 i. and
i". m. to 0 r. M.
Mutual OOBtftTE(.EPIIGNESjttPBoll 470
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