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whoic receipt for the same -v ill be sufll.
Daily Bulletin Office,
Honolulu, Feb. 10th, 1883.
FRIDAY, FEU. 23, 1883.
this day'b doings,
Ladies' Fiayer Meeting at Fort St.
Church, nt 3 o'clock.
Musical Society, Practice, 7:30.
Improved Older of Red Men, nt
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. nt
Was yesterday celebrated with duo
honors by the American residents
here. The merchant vessels in the
harbor hung out all their bunting,
and all the men-of-war were decked
from stem to stern. At noon salutes
were fired from the incn-of-wnr and
land battery. In the town visits
were paid, and general good feeling
from one to another was the order of
His Ex. R. M. Daggett received
at his residence during the day.
Members of the Diplomatic Corps
nnd others called. In the evening
the Hotel grounds, bell tower, Mr.
F. Godfrey's and others were illu
minated. The Band played the Na
tional airs at the Hotel. At Fort
street Church the social was simply
splendid. It was crowded.
came off yesterday as announced.
Notwithstanding the rain, a very
large crowd gathered on the Mnkcc
wharf and on the decks of the D. C.
Murray, Eureka nnd Emerald. The
rain kept pouring down and made
everything uncomfortable. The first
race to start was the yacht race.
For this 5 started :
Kahihilani 11.1 tons
Eestless, 7 tons
Addio 2 tons
Hcalani 9 tons
And a 'cutter from the Mutine,
which gave up shoitly after the
The King's j-acht, under charge
of Mr. L.. Wilcox, took the lead, but
as there was no wind slow progicss
was made. -At half-past 4 she came
in ahead, having kept the lead all
way. Time 2 ins 52 mins. 51 sec.
The Restless, the second boat, had
not come in at 4:45'.
The second race was the 14-oarcd
barge race. In this the Hanakcoki,
with Major .Kinimukn, and the Koa
lieahe, with the Mutine's crw, start
ed. The latter won easily, although
one of the oars broke shortly after
btnrting. Time 29 mins.
The next race was a C oared gig
race between the Malta and the Ka
puaala. The former was manned by
4 Hawaiians and 2 of the Marine
Railway crew, the latter by a crew
from the Mutmc. In turning the
buoy the Mutine crew who were out
side went on the inside and the
Mnlia's crew claimed a foul. This
was disputed bytho others.
On coming home the Malia just
led by three-quarters of a length,
but stopped before reaching the line
nnd the Kapunala crossed it half a
length ahead. Owing to the disputes
the Judges decided to run the race
over again at once, nnd this was
Then came a canoe race, for which
there were tvyo starters the Lapa
knlioe and the Leleanae. The latter
won easily. Time 23 mins. 40 sec,
A Diving Contest was to follow this,
but there were no cntiics.
The Band discoursed sweet mtibio
on the wharf during the races, but
t left by lmlf-past four.
The Waimanalo plied to and fro
with Mr. Cummins nnd friends. She
was gaily decorated with bunting.
Capt. Fuller noted as umpire.
Captain Swietoslawski of the Ullock,
Captain Howard of the Consuclo,
noted ns judges, J. W. Robertson',
' noted as ataitcr. The steam launch
of the Mutine was kindly placed at
the disposal 'of the committee.
SHIPPING NOTES. ,
The Mm ion brought l',03 bags
of Biignr, nnrt the l'minht brought
Monday, FKimuAirf i9.
. cimuKAi. cAi.i:xi)i:n.
Kailinuu, Knulni, drunks, fined 85
and $1 costs each. Koliia, II. Fran
cis, G. Griffith, di links, forfeited
SO bail each. J. Kelly, disturbing
quiet of the night, fined $0 nnd $1
costs. Akoni, remanded from 13th
fined 25 and SI costs.
Tujisoay, FtnuuAitY 20.
Kaohimnunn, disordeily conduct,
21 hours hard labor and $3.20 costs.
Lizzie Woolbcy refusing to obey
her mother, the girl seems to be
about 12 years and 10 months of
age and is ordered to return to nnd
obey her mother.
Wkdsksday, Fedkuahy 21.
Ah Fing, Ah "Wni, nffrny, reman
ded to 2Cth. Ilnrry Mny, assault
and battery, fined $5 and $ 1 cost.
Papa, remanded from Jan. 31st,
assatilt and battery on Kcpola (w)
with a knife. (This is the attempted
murder case at Kamoiliili) defend
ant states that he was undor the in
fluence of liquor and did this act in
a fit of anger. It appears to bo a
very aggravated case and unpro
voked assault nearly resulting fatally,
fined $100 and sentenced to 2 years
imprisonment with hard labour costs
Thursday, February 22.
All Hit, Ah Lin, affray, fined $1
and $1 costs. Sam Ladd violating
rules 3 and 11 of Express Regula
tions, fined $2 and S 1 costs.
Local & General items.
" Government-Pau" for the citi
zens the mud, on the streets.
The Coronation Races have been
Yesterday noon salutes of heavy
guns were fired in honor of Wash
The S. F. Merchant advocates
the building of a Marine Railway
like this one hero at San Francisco.
Old Saucelito is spoken of as a suit
Quite a number of people are laid
up with fever or diarrhoea this wet
season, and it is no wonder. Did
any one sec a town so healthy where
such small attention is paid to drain
. m i
A very stiong article appears in
the Weekly Examiner of Dec. 8th,
entitled, " Helpless Honolulu."
Some of its statements are based on
air imperfect acquaintance with the
The Alta, of Feb. 14th, says:
The United Slates ship Alaska, now
at Mare Island, has been stiicken
fioin the United Stales Navy List,
and will soon be sold at auction.
She is said to be a good vessel.
The fi. F. Merchant rc-priuts a
good article from the Commercial
Herald on the Polarization and
Color of Hawaiian sugars. It suc
cessfully refutes the statement that
frauds in coloriug arc practised here
to evade the duty.
Mr. Eckart's Corouation Lottery
has not yet been drawn as thero arc
a few tickets not sold. Thero nie so
few, though, that he calculates to
sell them all and have the drawiug
very shortly. Here is a flrstrnto op
portunity for you to have a chance
of winning a 8500 dimond ring.
Assemblyman Brown 1ms intro
duced anti-Hawaiian resolutions in
the California Assembly, urging the
abrogation of the Tieaty, on the
ground that California desires no
benefit from it. It is believed that
they will bo defeated by largo ma
jorities. Decorations have been distribut
ed, wc understand, to some of the
boldiers. No doubt n decoration
looks well ilh a uniform. But arc
there not somo in the Kingdom not
yet decorated who deserve to bo?
For instance, tlioso who stood by
His Majesty at the tiino of his elec
tion to the throne, tlioso who assist
ed to put down the barracks mutiny,
nnd those who bravely endured
the honors of tho sinnll-pox' timo.
But gratitude istnot to bo expected,.
A srr.Kcii rfrom a passenger on
one of the steamers tlint left on
Tuesday: " You in Honolulu, when
you arc silting down at the luuu
and filling yourselves full with pork,
remember that we, on the other
islands, f unlshcd tiiat pork, and now
arc going home with empty stom
Concpondcnco Is sollrltrd on the lop.
let of the day, or wlinl may become so.
We rcscive the light to excise purely
Wc do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions cxpicscd by our cor.
Editor Bulletin : I saw a para
graph in tho Bulletin of yesterday
about a person liding his horse on ,
tho wooden foot-path near Messrs.
Hackfcld's store Were you sur
prised? I saw some Chinamen pulling a
truck on tho foot-path going pnst
Hopper's on Tuesday, and they
scorned quite delighted with the nice
wooden way Ihu Government had
made, and gleefully exclaimed,
"belly good." I pointed to the road
as the proper place for wheeled vehi
cles and told them, when an awful
change camo over the spirit of his
dream but in seeing the depth of
slush it struck mo how dangerous it
might bo for tho expresses unless a
can-buoy were attached to John's
tail to indiealc-what part of the road
he was in that being impossible by
the ordinary means, so I shut up,
and John went on his way rejoicing.
You may sec that any steamer day,
and it's no Biupiise. Now, Mr.
Editor, there has been a lot of coral
sciecnings from Brcning's building
at the corner of Nuuanu ancl Queen
streets, and as I sec some alterations
going on at the Honolulu lion
Works I have no doubt that if the
officials would send a man or two
with a cait they might get all the
debris which would fill up some hol
lows until the regular road mending
When Mr. Lishman had control
of the roads, and the Government
had only bullocks nnd a wooden
roller, ono would see every now and
then a good layer of stone laid down
and rolled, which kept them in very
good order to what they have been
for some time. Hoping something
will bo done and soon, if only for
humanity's sake. I am,
. Seasonable selections.
A King can mak' a belted Knight,
A imuquis, duke an' a' that,
But an honcsfmnn's aboon his might,
Gudc faith he mnnmi fn' that. '
Tho rank is but the guincn's stamp,
Tho man's Wwgo-vd for a' that,
An' a' Hint, an' a' that,
An' mickle m air than n' that,
Hank's but tho guinea's stump "
A m.tii'h a man foi a' that.
NEjW" GOODS !
Per City of New York, fiom Sydney,
And Valises !.
At Astonishingly Low Prices
J. II. LYNCIl'S,
No. 88 King street.
JtSfThc above aio manufactured from
tho best Australian Leather. 332
.A.t IMCavkel: Rates
S. M. CARTER,
137 . P,M.S.S.Wh?rf.
A RESPECTABLE WOMAN who
understands chlldicn, and a good
scuinsticis, for a private family.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
Uencial Business Agency,
831 lw 37 Mc chant stiect.
ANYONE having a copy of J. W
Knuwahl'H "Form Book" to dis
pose of, w 111 Unci a purchaser by bending
80J tf J. W. ROUKllTbON & Co.
B6y4000 vurds of Qucclioc all wool
flannel, from 25cts. up, at Chaa. 'J.
Fibhol'u LcudiHgfMHlucry' House,,"
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN I OF
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Hope's Standard Scales, endorsed by tho United States
Government. Scales for all purposes. Dormant
Warehouse Scales, &c, &c.
A new and carefully selected assortment of
OlinnileliorH, JitinpM, uml TtinteriiM.
Carriage Lamps of most approved American patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'ents
The laigcsl variety to bo found
on the Islands.
GLOBULAR & STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD is PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a new discovery,
, The Maguoso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes,
Jew cl Cases and Bond Cases.
At a test of the Arc proof qualities of the Magncso-Calclto, held on the satrd-lot
near the City Hall. San Francisco, Nov. 27th, a pile of about n cord of pitch-pine
Wood'was prepared, and five gallons of tar poured over it. A small Iron chest, with
a Inch lining of Magncso-calcito was placed In tho centre of the plje and tho
mnts M!t lire to. After the chest had been kept at a red heat for nn hour, it was
taken fiom the flic, cooled with water, and opened, and tho contents, consisting of
papers and circulars, were found in a perfect state of preservation, being not nt all
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
We, the undersigned, woro present at the above test, and saw the box opened,
and wo ccitify to the perfect preservation of Its contents. Tho entire test was per
fectly satisfactory to us. II. L.,Doon, (of Dodge, Svv ccnoy & Co.); O. II. Latok,
A public tost of tho quality of those goods will bo mado at an early dato.
Eeciprocity Eelations Rather Revivifying
Bctwcenjlhc Hawaiian Inlands and the United States, and '
between tho Hawaiian Islands and ' ' '
.TV. ES. WISEMAN, V
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent nnd General
Office, 27 Merchant sheet,
The only iccogiii.id Ileal Estate Broker
Land and piopcity for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Homes to lease and lent in Honolulu and suburb''.
Booms to rent, en sulto or single, throughout Honolulu.
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
IN accordanco with an order made by
Hon. B. II. Austin, Justice of the
Supreme Court, sitting in Probate, the
Sell at Public Auction,
On the premises,
At the Residence of tho late C. T. Dillingham
Tho following property,
the 14th day of March, 1883:
A BEAUTIFUL HOME,
Pioperty of the lalo C. T. Dillingham,
adjoining tho pioperty of Dr. .T. M.
Whitney on tho north and of B. F. Dil
lingham ou the south. Sfrc of lot
150 ft. front and 225 ft. deep,
Well fenced, and water laid on
from Government pipes.
Tho Dwelling House
contains seven rooms, besides bath
loom, pantry and kitchen.
Theio are good Out-Buildings consist
ing of scivants' house, carriage
house, stalls for 2 horses, feed loom,
tool loom, harness 100m, &c.
The Buildings are aJI nearly now, and in
Title in Pee Simple.
House Fuinitureto be sold consists ef
1 Bedroom set,
1 lion single bedstead,
1 Lounge, 1 C.ir.c Sofa,
2 Black walnut Itockcis,
Black walnut enno seat chairs,
2 Children'-, lockcn,
1 Centie tabic, maiblc top,
1 Small tabic, mm bio top,
1 Extension dining table, b.w.
l u-iignt cnaiuieiicr,
1 Dining loom lamp,
1 Chest of drawers,
Lot of pietuics,
Lot of New Crockerywai'G
1 Stove, 1 Bath tub,
1 Canal Barrow,
1 Lot of Tools,
1 Carriage Mare,
1 Saddle Mate,
1 Set of Harness,
1 Saddle and Bridle.
' B. P. DILLINGHAM,
B. L. DILLINGHAM,
Administrators of tho Estate of
O. T Dillingham, deceased.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer
Honolulu, Fob. 22, 1883. 331
The Lease ol tho Store and Dwelling Houso
On Nuuanu street,
Herctofoio occupied by Chung Fan.
Leaso expires on January 1M, 1880.
rtcnt 300 per annum. Apply U
J. T. IlAL'Km.1) and M. Ghi:i:j,v,
821 Ivv Assignees Estate of Chung Faa.
a i.or vv
To 'be sold very cheap,a
A. 31. M lfl Xi Xu I fsj
BQa, Gents' Silk Suspenders (some
thing new) will ho sold, during tho J loll
day's at tho Honolulu Clothing Empdrl
uu of A. IE MiiLLis, 101 Fort Btrcct.'371
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Hawaiian Gazette Block,
u the Kingdom. '
SMALL BLACK AND TAN TER.
RIER DOG, answers to' the name
of " Duke." Anyone returning sam'c to
S. J. Li.vey & Co., Fort street, will be
liberally rewarded. 820 lw
An American, ,
ENGINEER and Practical Mechanic,
now in charge of one of the, largest
sugar mills of the Kingdom, desires to
make a chnngo with 'a view of finding
pleasant surroundings for wife ana
young son (nowTin tho,U. 8.) Best(of
Honolulu and other references and, tes
timonials. Address "Engineer," Daily
Bulletin Ofllcc. 328 2w
A YOUNG GERMAN, lately return
ed to these Islands, wishes a situa
tion as Overseer, or possibly as Head
Overseer on boiric Plantation. Has acted
in both capacities for a number of years
and is pieparcd to giv the best of refer,
enccs. Speaks besides his own langu
age, English, Spanish nnd Hawaiian.
Panics wiMiing to confer may please
call oruddicss "A.M., German, caro of
Sailors' Home," Honolulu.
Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1883. 824 lw
A FEW GENTLEMEN can bo accom.
modnlcd with Boaid at a priyato
House, in a respectable neighborhood,
and within 5 minutes of tho Post ome'u.
For particulars apply at tho Bulletin
STRANGERS will find a
i t i t
at 118 Nuunuu Avenue. Rooms'fumish.
V I iff n
cd single or suite, ut moderate ohargcs.r
800 out 'WRsjj.T.wirrrfe