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FROM AND-AFTER OCTOBER 1, 180'.'.
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First Quarter of tliu Moon on the '24th, at 71i.
60m. p. in.
Time Whistle blows nt Hi 2sm.3ts. of Green
wich time. Honolulu time uu 121i. Urn. 0-.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, JAN. 2G, 1893.
Tiiuksday, Jan. 26.
Stmr Waialealo for Lahaina and Hama-
Stmr Hawaii for Laupahoehoe, llonoliina,
Stmr Jas Makee for Kapaa at 4 p in
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H IJ M S Kongo from San Francisco, due
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10th
Am bkO D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10th
Am bktno S G Wilder, Griluths, from San
j.- luiiuju, uu' rcu Ulll
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Frahi
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 5
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, X S W
Am 4-mstd schr Puritan, from Xowcastle,
Ger bark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, now
Haw bk Lady Lampsou from Xewcastlo,
Haw bk Leahi, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, duo Jan 30
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due .May 23
Am ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
Am bk Eclipse from Xauaimo
Br bk Tacora from Liverpool, duo Jan 30
Vessels in Port.
V S S Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
S S Australia, Houdlotte, from San Fran
cisco Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, from New
Am bkt Planter, Dow, from Port Town
send Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from San Fran-
Brigt W G Irwin, McCulloch, from San
Brit bk Scottish Wizard, from Newcastle,
Bktno Hilo, Balhstor, from Newcastle,
4-masted schooner Carrier Dove from Na-
Am bktne J Smith from Xewcastlo, X S W
The steamer W. G. Hall will bo duo to
morrow from windward ports.
The barkentine Hilo from Xewcastlo, N
S W, Is still in the stream awaiting u berth.
Tho British bark Scottish Wizard after
discharging her coal will load with sugar
for San Francisco.
Tho steamers Waialeale, Hawaii and Jas
Makee left to-day for ports on llamakua
and Kauai respectively.
The Amorican 4-masted schooner W. F.
Witzenian from Newcastle, X. S. W., wilt
discharge her cargo of coal near thu P. M.
S. S. wharf. .
TKEGLOAN-In Valley City, North Da
kota, U. S. A., on January 7, 18IJ3, uf
pneumonia, Rev. C. H., eldest sou of
H. S. Tregloun, of this city.
Tho success of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in offoctintr a speedy
euro of colds, croup and whooping
cough has brought it into groat do
maud. Messrs. Pontius & Son, of
Cameron, Ohio, say that it lias
gainod a reputation second to none
in that vicinity. Jas. M. Queen, of
Johnstou, W. Va., says it is tho best
ho over used. B. F. Jonos, druggist,
Winona, Miss., sayB: "Chamliorlain's
Cough Remedy is porfectly roliablo,
I havo always warranted it and it
novor failed to givo tho most perfect
satisfaction." 50 cent bottles for
salo by all doalors. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agonts for tho Hawaiian
Russia and Rome are exchanging
correspondence with a view to a re
union of tho Orthodox Church witli
tho Roman Catholic.
Holyrood Palace is being cleaned
and redecorated by order of Qitoon
Victoria, tho staircase, picture gal
lory, and tho first-floor suite with
ornamental ceilings: known as tho
apartments of Charles I, being en
(iubioribe or the Daily HulUtin, 60
cento per month.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NKWB.
A pound notice, appears in to-day's
Marshal Ashley is a very busy man
A detachment of Co. A is on guard
at tho Folico Station.
To-morrow will bo tho Emporor
of. Germany's birthday.
Col. Glaus Sprockols intends visit
ing tho islands in March.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Weather,
clear; wind, light northeast'.
Tho S. S. Claudino is expected to
arrivo in San Francisco to-day.
Tho Board of Health skipped its
regular weekly mooting yostorday.
Tho fan-tan gaining craze is tho
popular pastimo in Chinatown theso
Arthur M. Brown is tho now Depu
ty Attornoy-Uouoral ana not J. A.
Government matters scorned un
usually quiet at headquarters this
Tho Y. V. C. T. U. will moot at
tho Association parlors at 8 o'clock
Judge H-. A. Widomann will leave
on tho Australia next Wednesday
for tho Coast.
Tho Hoalaui Boat Club intend
putting up f0 to cinch tho six-oarod
raco with tho Myrtles.
Tho gatling gun has boon re
moved from tho Police Station to
tho Govornmont building.
Mr.' Cecil Brown has been elected
a inombor of tho Advisory Council
vico Mr. W. G. Ashley resigned.
Act 0 of tho Provisional Govern
ment repealing tho Lottorj' Fran
chise appoars in tho otlicial column.
Tho band will give a concert in
tho Govorninont building promises
tins evening commencing at, i
Captain Win, Matson, shipping
merchant, arrived by tho S. S. Aus
tralia yostorday and is registered at
tho Hawaiian Hotel.
Betting on tho middle-weight
championship fight botwoon Fitzim
nions and Jim Hall in Now Orleans
on March 17th was S1200 to $1000,
Hall being the favorite.
Anyone having business to trans
act in tho Government Building will
bo allowed admission between the
hours of 9 o'clock in the morning
and 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
Some of tho passengers by the
Australia jTestorda3T woro hoard to
ask, "Are thoso tho Quoon's sol
diers?" referring to tho Boston's
marines. "They aro a fine body of
men !" '
An assault and battery caso arising
out of a gaining squabble, in which
six Cinnamon aro on ono sido and
six on the other, occupied tho whole
of to-day's session in the District
Tho Goldon Rule Bazaar, W. F.
Reynolds proprietor, recoivod by the
S. S. Australia a largo assortment of
goods, including sporting articles,
books and "Domestic" machines.
Pay tho Bazaar a visit.
Tho now Hawaiian .daily papor,
"La Kuokoa," started the other day
printed about 1200 copios. Out of
this number only 80 copios wero
circulated. Such is tho native Ha
waiian's love for annexation.
Chief Justico Judd to-day hoard
and granted the petition of Lydia
K. Davis and D. H. Davis for tho ap
pointment of new trustees in place
of A. J. Cartwright, deceased. Bruce
Cartwright and A. J. Cartwright
woro appointed. Cecil Brown re
presented tho petitioners.
Judge Froar hoard and granted
the petition of A. O. Fernandez to
bo appointed oxocutor of tho estate
of Maria O'Sullivan. The will was
admitted to probate aud letters
testamentary ordered to issuo to Mr.
Fornandoz without bond. C. W.
Ash ford appeared for petitioner, aud
Chas. Creighton for P. O'Sullivan,
husband of the tostator.
To-morrow being tho Emperor of
Germany's birthday, special prepar
ations aro being made to duly colo
brato tho occasion at tho Hotel. Tho
band concert in tho ovoning will bo
preceded by a specially proparod
dinner. Ladies and gentlemen do
siring to dino at tho Hotel aro res
pectfully requested to signify their
lutontion boforo 12 o'clock to-morrow,
as, owing to tho largo numbor
of guests, arrangements will hnvo to
Booked to Leave.
Tho following names aro booked
at tho oilico of Win. G. Irwin & Co.
to leave by tho S. S. Australia on
I)r Kirkhmd, Mrs W L Hopper and 3
children, F Schlossingur and child, J X
Estop and wife, Mrs Jnu Wulbel, Mrs H 11
Rose, 10 V Putersou, wife and 2 children.
Judge II A Widumanu, Jos Ilyuiau ami
wife, 1 11 Bcrgor. II II Hitching, W lie
Hell, Mr Green, Mrs Paul Neumann, H M
Gerrans and wife.
A Boston Opinion.
Hawaii is all rigid. If wo want
it, all wo havo to do is to forecloso
our mortgage. England no doubt
is desperately anxious to get hold of
tho "key to tho Pacific," hut under
existing conditions it would no more
daru to do so than it would to grab
tho State of Maine. lloxton Journal.
Tho new Columbian postage
btamps, if you take the whole series
from one cent up to twenty, contain
thu full history of Columbus aud
tho discovery of America, illustrated
in colors. The new stump is a neat
souvenir and lias the advantage over
the souvenir coin of not starting on
thu market at UK) percent above par.
iVmifa Ihirhuru Jltruld,
Job. Tinkor Loaos His Suit for Ro
covory of Horsos Lost From Pas
ture Chief Justico Judd has rotulorotl a
decisioil on a caso hoard by him in
tho Intermediary Court, viz., Jos.
Tinkor vs. A. Rosa, executor of tho
estate of Antonio Rodriguez. It
was defendant's appeal from tho
Honolulu Police Court, the caso be
ing an assumpsit for .$225, valuo of
two horses put by plaintiff in defen
dant's pastures and not returned.
Rodriguez died nftor tho horsos
woro rocoived bj' him to pasture.
Mr. Rosa's clerk rocoived paymont
for pasturago boforo no was inform
ed tliat the horsos woro lost. Since
tho death of tho ownor tho executor
had not taken possession of tho pas
ture nor interfered witli its manage
Tho Chief Justico decides in offoct
as follows: A person taking animals
to pasture is only bound to take
reasonable caro of them, and there
was no proof that the horsos
escaped from tho pasturo in conso
quonco of tho negligence of Rod
riguez. Tho acts of tho testator's
wifo and children in receiving tho
horsos and in looking genorally after
tho animals in tho pasturo would
bind Rodriguez himself. Tho re
ceipt by Rodriguez's oxocutor of tho
foo for tho pasturago does not
amount to a ratification of tho con
tract, since tho proof is that tho
oxocutor did not know tho horsos
woro lost whon ho took tho money.
"It was nogligouco in not prompt
ly informing plaintiff that his horsos
woro missing; but I find it proved
that thoy escaped aftor tho death of
Rodriguez. Iho negligouco in not
informing plaintiff was that of his
family, since ho was then dead; but
tho defendant's oxocutor is not lia
blo for thotorts of tho widow and
children of tho testator. It was a
personal action and died with tho
person of tho testator. Judgmont
C. L. Carter for plaintiff; C.
Croightou for defendant.
ACTIVITY OF MAUNA LOA.
Small Lava Flows of Daily Occur
rence R9port of a Visitor.
"Madame Polo is in a happy mood,
sending up hor fiery jots, illuminat
ing tho whole sky. Tho pit is slowly
filling and within a year will pro
bably bo full. Small lava flows aro
of daily occurrence," writes Profes
sor Charlier of Now York, who has
beon spending a few weoks at tho
Volcano House, Hawaii, under dato
of December 16th.
The reflection from Mokuawoo
woo can bo seen now on almost any
clear night. On Thursday night,
December 22d, it was very brilliant,
Tho wholo dome of the mountain
was lighted up with as clear and
pure a light as that from oloctricity.
Tho sky was cloudless and tho effect
was seen by a groat many. It ap
peared as if there was rather more
retloction from tho northern part,
but that tho whole crater is more or
less active is quite evident.
On that same night there was a
very sovoro shock of earthquake, oc
curring about 12:15 a. in., accom
panied an hour lator by a lighter
ono. Tho first ono lasted about ton
seconds, and was tho heaviest folt
since August, 1890.
Earthquakes aro generally bo-
liovod to bo premonitions of a volca
nic eruption, aud it is probablo that
Mauna Loa is preparing for anothor
groat outbreak. Tho last groat
eruption occurred in January, 1887,
about six years ago, tho stream flow
ing down to tho soa near tho lino
dividing Kona'and Kau. Tho erup
tion previous to that of 1887 occurred
in November, 1880, and was tho
groat lava flow which nearly reached
tho sea at Hilo. As tho big erup
tions of Mauua Loa occur about every
six or seven years, it is not unlikely
that anothor may occur during tho
coming yoar of 1893.
Kilauoa has beon much more
active over since tho first indications
of activit' on Mauua Loa. .5. F,
Oyster Cocktails at tho Criterion
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (382.
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Home, F9nnd 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Tho Ilawaiian Band will givo
a public concert this evening at tho
Government Building beginning at 7
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Count Moltko, Preuso
Fantasia Awakening of tho Lioii.Kinitky
Selection Marltana Wulloco
Three Hawaiian Hniig.
ltemlulxeoiu'cs of all Nations
Ki'holtlsehu Dancing uu the l'ier
Walt. over tlio waves
Galon All Go Home
"For tho past two or three years 1
havo l)eou subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. V. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Boonville, Dallas Co., Iowa. "1 have
tried a number of different remedies;
the best one being Chainberlaiu'H
Colic, Cholera ami Diarrlm-a Reme
dy, One or two doses of it alwnyH
cures me." Sold by all dealers.
Benson, Smith k Co., Agents, for tho
THE OREAT DU CHAILLU.
Chat With tho Oolobrated Explorer
Livod to Soo HisStory Boliovod.
"Africal well, that was my first
love, but it is an old story now," was
the grcoting tho groat oxploror gave
the Witness representative, at noon
to-day. "Tho land of tho midnight
sun and tho times of tho Vikings
hnvo moro interest for mo now."
It was hard to realize, looking at
tins unconcerned looking liltlo man,
with a strong French accent, that a
fow years ago all the world had beon
sot agog over tho wonderful stories
of the gorillas and the pigmies.
"Hero," ho said, witli a wave of his
head 'towards, a little table by his
side, "hero aro tho proofs of my now
book, an historical romance of tho
v living ago. loa, ruuiiiuco mis
time, a gonuiuo love story for all
young people from sixteen to seventy-five.
"Wonderful people those old Scan
dinavians. All that stuff Green aud
others toll 3011 about tho Anglo
Saxons having come from bolow Jut
laud, is nonsense, pure nonsense.
No Saxon ovor had a ship. How
then woro U103' to got to England?
"flow uiu i nrst nappon to go in
to this question? Why, when I was
writing 1113' book, 'The Land of tho
Midnight Sun,' I found in tho old
tombs all ovor England tho saino
coins and relics that I found in tho
graves nil ovor Scandinavia I I found
throo Roman coins of long before
the Christian era; I found magnili
ciont silks and brocades, showing
that thoso people had had extensive
commorco with China. Gottland,
that groat island in tho Baltic, must
THE EKOLAND OK THE VIKINO AOE.
Tho Picts and Scots who so bother
ed tho Romans wore without doubt
Scandinavian robbers. Tho Scots
of to-da3 aro descended from these
"About my books? Well my 'Land
of tho Midnight Sun' sold faster
than it could bo printed. But that
was a popular book. My 'Viking
xge' has beon a great success too,
but not so niai)3' copios havo been
sold, for that is a M-ioutifio book, a
book purely for students. I loved
my work on that book. I travelled
for seven years getting tho matter,
and then wrote for two years more.
"England was tho only country in
which I could print that book first.
Only there could I got it kept in
typo until it was completed. Hero
thoy wanted to turn ovor their
11101103' too fast; couldn't spare thoir
typo so long. But .see, I had to havo
it. Two 3'oars is a long time; my
uooK must Do accurate. If a fow
months aftor I had written a part I
wanted to make a cliango how could
I do so in tho plates?
"Now what shall I say about
Africa? Well, things are certainly
changed. Win almost cvor3body
CALLED 3IE A LlATt,
for saying that I discovered the
gorillas and other apes and tho pig
mies; 3'ot thoy all believed Stanley.
Well, I was not a uowspapor ,mnu. I
did not know how to puff. But I
was content to wait. I was not
travelling for fame. I am travel
ling for scienco, and I cau laugh
at it heartily now. Why, some
did not oven givo mo credit for tho
invention. I was but a bo3, you
know. Thoy said some clover Yan
kee had invented tho stor3 for me.
"But yes, as 3ou sa3- I am for
tunate. Many mon havo not lived
to see themselves righted boforo tho
public. jo man can keep boforo tho
wOrld for long. Look at 'Stanley!
Yosterda3 tho world in a furore. To
da3! Hat as a pancake! Some poo
plo oven accuse him now of stealing
tho accounts of some of his adven
tures from mo! A wonderful fellow
is Stanley. Daring, persevering, but
ho had not tho faculty of making
"No, as you sa3', one man cannot
bo everything, but muii3' explorers
have been moro than he. I13', 111
all his African journovs ho never
took a meal with his officers! Digni
t3', 3;ou see, stronger coinmrind, b3
keeping farther away from them,
may bo. But, and an expressive
shrug of tho shoulders said, "but it's
not 1113' wa3r.
'Thoro was Stairs, now," ho con
tinued. "Ho was of 3'our own coitn
tr3r. Ah, ho was a noble follow. I
loved Stairs, and ho is dead. Ah,
"Oh, 3'os, sonio men boliovod in
me. Moro Americans than English
men. At least, tho English wero
more brutal in their expressions of
disbelief. Thoy thought nothing of
calling mo a liar. The Americans,
EXl'ItEHSED TUEin DOUBTS JIOItE MILDLY.
"And tho yotiug people, ah! the
young pooplo, U103' believed in mo
always. Thoy woro nearer my own
ago and sympathized with mo, and
young people's instincts aro true.
"Did I know Livingstono? No; 1
never mot him, but I know Grant.
Ho is a grand man. Ho boliovod in
mo. Poor Sneko! You know how ho
died? Shot himself whon shooting
with soino friends. Thoro is fate for
you! A man who had braved and
passed safety through all tho dan
gers of Central Africa drop at last in
a turnip field.
"Burton! ah, Burton, ho was tho
noblest traveller of all. Ho wus a
very dear friend. He believed in me.
Ho was a gent Ionian. He was a
scholar. No traveller was educated
as ho was in scionci's and Oriental
languages. No Western man know
the Mohammedans a- lie did.
"One time nftor 1 had lectured 111
Glasgow, 1 overheard, as 1 was leav
ing on tlie train, a mini speaking of
'"Do you believe in Du Chaillu?'
1 asked, "'why ho is an arrant hum
bug!' 'Oh, no,' he said, 'I believe in
him, 1 would give a hundred dollars
to hoo him, but 1 could not go last
night.' 'You would givo one hun
dred dollars to see Du Chaillu,' 1
said, 'well hero he ii, 3011 havo been
talking to him!' 'Nonsense,' he Haiti,
looking inn all over, 'you don't make
me behove that, you aro too small.1
"Curious, isn't it, that so many
, people think of a man who has ac
complished tilings as a nig man.
"l'eary, ah, Peary U an exception ;
pure Viking typo, tall, fair, yellow
hair, and very hnndsomo. I met him
and Mrs. Peary at dinner tho other
dn3. Is slid going with him again?
Ah, well, sho did not answer whon I
asked hor that. Sho is charmingly
modest, is Mrs. Peary; has a great
dread of getting into the news
papers. Sho won't talk much about
"It would boro hor, too, to hnvo
to say the same thing over to so
many people. It is very tiresome to
1110 to hnvo people think I cau lajk
nothing but Africa.
"Tho other din, at the Columbian
oxhibition in Now York, 1 had an
amusing encounter, 1 had got so
tired hearing of Columbus. You
know thoro wero more than 100 pict
ures of him and no two alike. When
a man would show 1110 a picture of
Columbus I would sn3, 'Which
Columbus?' But a friend with me
tapped mo on tho shoulder and said,
" 'Well, friond Paul, who knows
but that four hundred years from
now thoy will bo having just such an
exhibition and procession in honor
of 3rou in Central Africa!' Pretty
good, was it not, ha, ha, ha!"
And the great explorer lay back
in his chair and laughed till the
rooms rang and another expressive
shrug seemed to 3.13 that ho pitied
tho bored Africans of tho future in
thoir hero worship as much as ho
pitieu tho Americans ol to-itay.
For Boys :
A Full Line of
Etc., Etc., Etc,
:m:. s. TJErvir
75 I' OUT STREET.
Dem. 411 TELEPHONES Mutuyi. 114
At McKiiiley Prices!
Departure Bay Coal
$13 .A. TOIST!
CW Delivered to anv part of Honolulu
EUSTACE & CO.
IB- Ring up No. 411 on llotli Tele
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated -May 1(1, lb!U.)
MANUFACTURERS OK THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC GAS ENGINES.
Horizontal ,t Upright,
Stationary it Marine,
(Jas it Gasoline Engines,
Pumps & Launches.
51S-tf Bole Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
A SHIPMENT OF
rri(-7;r ; iie;
Fisubrand Oil Nothing
FOR SALE BY
DAVIES & CO.
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
Wliitc and Black Sand
S'hlch wo will sell at the Very Uiwest
Bell 414 TELEPHONE- - Mutual 414
FORT STREET !
Store To Let!
Fixtures For Sale !
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
UJI.I111 Cor. Fort V Hotel ets.
Honolulu Carriage Co.
- BOTH TEL. No. ,m -
Stand: Corner Fort & Merchant Sts.
llackicaii be had at any hour ol tluula)
up to I:' o'clock- at night, on terms
to suit tho timed.
Hicks Hot, 33, 45, 62, 68,67,70,73, 97, 196
j xJ jlX-Lj
G. Ginger, Druggist, Watertown,
Wis. This is the opinion of a man
who keeps a drug store, sells all
medicines, comes 111 direct contact
with the patients ami their families,
and knows better than anyone else
how remedies sell, and what true
merit they have. He hears of all
the failuics and successes, and can
therefoie judge: "I know of no
medicine lor Coughs, Sore Throat,
or Hoarseness that had done such ef
fective work in riiy
Coughs, family as Boschee's
cnrnT,,.mt GcrmanSyiup. Last
Soro Throat, winter a jy1 called
Hoarsonoss, at my store, who was
sufici ing from a very
severe cold. She could hardly talk,
and I told her about German Syrup
and that a few doses would give re
lief; but she had no confidence in
patent medicines. I told her to take
a bottle, and if the results were not
satisfactory I would make no charge
for it. A few days after she called
and paid for it, saying that she
would never be without it in future as
a few doses had given her relief." tD
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
A TTCJITIT? A T .T A H
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
ion Tin: aiiovi: mirr ox
Wednesday, February 1st,
The undersigned are now prepared to
i-siui Through Tickets from this city to all
points in the United States.
For fuitlier particulars regarding Freight
or Pas-ngc apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
Wt-Ot General Agents.
Tho follow ing choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawtiiorne'h .Marble Faun:
" Women be they of what earthly rank
thoy may, bow over gifted Yvith intellect or
gen"ius, o'r endowed with awful beauty, have
alwav.s some little handiwork ready to fill
the tiny g.ip of every vacant moment. A
needlols familiar to tho lingers of them all.
A queen, no doubt, plies it on occasion; the
woman poet can uso it as adroitly as her
pen; the woman's eye, that has discovered
a new star, turns from its glory to send thu
polished little instrument gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, or to dam a casual
fray in her dress. And they have greatly
tho advantage of us in this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united uth the small, familiar, gcntlo in
terests of life, tho continually operating in
llucuces of which do so much for tho health
of thu character, and carry oil' what would
otherwise be a dangerous accumulation of
morbid sciisibilitY'. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this electric line,
stii'tcliing from tho throne to tho Yvicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Housewives, Yvhile you ply the needle,
have you ever rollecteil on the vicissitudes
of life? See to it that your husbands pro
vide for the future Yvelfaru of their families
hv at once applving for 11 Policv in thu
EQUITABLE I'JFE ASSURANCE SO
CIETY of tho United States. No more
suitable gift could be oll'ered to you.
BRDCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the
Closing Out Sale
Christmas Goods I
Tovs, with or without Mechanism,
Dolls, Flags, Albums, Satchels,
Purses, Vases, Statues.
Jlroiize. Wiiro, iWocca t ups,
Opera and Spy Glasses, (warranted tlrst
Minors, Frames, Brackets,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Fans, (cUra Hue);
Carpets and Rugs, (all sizes);
Etc , Etc., Eto.
Each Piece marked with CASH
DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur-
EVERYBODY invited to 1111 In-
EDWIN A. JONES
Huh opened an olllee for transacting all
business In connection with
Trusts, Purchase aud Sale of Bonds,
Stock nud Roal Estate,
And is prepared to Audit Account:).
Ollice: No. li Merchant strict, ulllco lately
occupied by thu Into Joua, Austin,
P. O. Box M.
'piIK WEEKLY 1IIU.LCTIN-.W (JOL.
X uiunsol Interesting Reading Matter.
Inland,!!; muilod U lotislgu eouujjrUjj6j
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpHAT PLEASANT SUB
L urlinn Cottnuu on Ntin.
turn street, adjoining thci
reddoneo of Sir. Thomas"
SoreiiHon, nicely nniHiinted and witli agree
able pnrroundhiKS, suited to u pinall family
and within nn eiisv remove from the Iient
of the City. Terms $18 per month.
rpHAT VERY DESIR
X able Residence at pre
sent occupied by .limies
Iaivc as a homestead, situ
ate on King street opjtoiite the reaidenoc
of Dr. G. 1. Andrews'. Houo contains
Largo Parlor, Dining-room, ;t I-irce Bed
room, Kitchen, eto. Roomy Stables and
Servant's Quarter in rear; onlv 10 min
utes' walk to the l'ot Olllee. I'osm'miioii
given in March, liy.l.
Two-storv Brick Building
wmi rienanr uroiinu,
formerly the residence of
Hart, situate on Nuuauu
School street. Terini ensv.
tlie late H. J.
NOTE Before seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
signed at their otllee.
K-Ve keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms arc moderate and as
landlords we will always be found reason
able in our dealings.
W Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Building," Merchant ft rcet.
To Iot or Loaso.
A NICELY KUUN1S1I
vd House near tow 11.
Enquire at Bi'lletik Ollice.
rpWO NICELY l'UR
X nislied Rooms, cen
trally located. Impure at
Bulletin Ollice. M3-tf
HOUSE OV FIVE
street, with Bathroom, nat-
ent . C, etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
COTTAGE to LET ON
King Street, lately oc
cupied by Mrs. Fleming,
ir.jii.iiiiiiiiu inu ifutii,, i.iiis. .1 4
Parlor. lMuini;rooiii, Kitchen anil Bath
room; also Stables, Carriage House and
oomints Quarters; reasonabl
liable rent. A11
ply to .1.
NICE COTTAGE ON
Beretauia street, near
Piikoi street, containing
rarior, i lieilrooms. iiatn-
r 00 m, Ihningroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Sorvunt's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc.
Trumcais pass every 'Ml minutes. Apply at
ollice of this paper. -loS-tf
rpHE PORTUGUESE MUTUAL BENE
X lit Society of Hawaii at its lcgular
annual meeting held on the bth day of
January, 1&!U, elected the following' of
ficers: .1. M. Vivas
.1. G. Silva..
A. (1. Silva
. . .. President,
IIOYIin OK milLTTOIU.
Joan Ferimiides, C. de. Faria, J. de Frias,
.1. C. Rodrigues, J. A. Quintal.
'. A. Dins, F. R. Tranguada, F, F. Braneo,
A. F. Medelros, G. Pereira. j
1. SILVA, fcecretarw
y S, le'JJ. iI.M!t
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
Directors of the Kaplolaui Park As
sociation held January 21, lhil.i, thu follow
ing members of tho Board were re-elected
to ser-e as ollleers of the Association dur
ing the ensuing year:
A. S. ('leghorn...
Wm. G. Irwin
W. M. Gilhird .,
W. M. OIFFARD,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
Meeting of the Kiipiolaui Purk Asso
ciation held on January 21, Ibll.'l, thu fol
lowing Stockholders wero elected to scr'o
as a Board of Directors for the ensuing
Win. G. Irwin,
W. M. Gllliird,
A. S, Cleghorn,
T. R. Walker, .
W. II. Riukard,
II. J. Nolte,
E. S. Cunha,
Chas. B. Wilson.
W. SI. OIFFARD,
0f " aCs44Ei-
S -Horse Fo-w:r
IN (IOOD WORKING ORDER.
Fur particular or icmiH apply to
T' J Jo.