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. NEW YOltK, UOSfOM, HONQ K0K(1.
Min, N. SI. Inth-cuilil & Son, London
Tho Comniorclnl Rank Co., of Sydnoy,
The Pominerclnl linn It Co, of Bydnoy,
Tho l.ank of Now Keilnnd: Aticklnnd,
0 i.Wtehurch, and Wellington,
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
terla, B. 0., acJ V oitlatvl, Or.
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Pledged to neither Seel nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1888.
TEMPERATURE AT THE CRATER NO
WARMER THAN IT HAS MEEK
VOll HALE A CENTURY.
Somo excursionists have safely re
turned from the ascent of the vol
cano Popocatepetl recently, an
nounced as though it were a new
discovery that there were signs that
the crater was not cold but hot!
They averred that the heat was in
creasing, and that instead of its
being an extinct crater it was liable
to become an active one at any mo
ment. The agent for the New York
Associated Press immediately sent
off the news and it lias been heralded
throughout the woild.
Tho fact is that the great crater
in old Popocatepetl is no warmer to
day than it has been at any period
during the past fifty years. It al
ways is hot. Perpetual snow covers
the outside of the huge peak but
within the vast abyss of the crater
the weather is semi-tropical.
Every excursionist who makes the
exhausting but not specially danger
ous ascent returns believing that he
is "one of the few immortals" that
have really been there. But he
never makes a second try. Once
is enough in n life-time. Conse
quently he personally ha3 no means
of judging whether or not there has
been any increase of activity lately.
The Indian guides of Amecameca
who make frequent ascents do not
note any change in the temperature
of the crater. The ever-present
-fumes of sulphur are no moic dis
agreeable to-day than when Glennic,
liroikelhurst, Obner, Bishop, Rich
ardson, Conklins and many an Ame
rican resident in this cit- mnde the
ascent of the highest volcano in
North America. No two climbers
find the outside of the mountain just
the same. Some find it covered
with soft snow, othcis with snow
with a hard crust, others with noth
ing but pure ice. This is caused
by the constant change of the
weather and seasons there. But
within the perimeter ot the yawning
gulf all is serene, unvexed and un
disturbed by the storms that have
for centuries beat upon that hoary
headed monarch of the Sierra JIadrc.
But it is the unexpected that al
ways happens and we never can tell
what a day may brine foitli. Old
Popocatepetl, while apparently
peaceful, may some day, finding his
breathing holes choked up, cough
his head oil in one vast effort to free
his lungs, as did his companion,
Ixtaccihuatl, in ages past. ("City
of Mexico two Republics.
A VENEZUELAN BEAUTY.
Opposite to me, cozily settled in
the corner of the
costume worn at a
carriage, was a
arrayed in the
time before the
invasion of Paris fashions by nil the
ladies of quality in Spain, and
copied in all its charming details by
the women of Spanish America.
Her gown was of a black silken
material, with little ti burning and
few ornamentations ; for none were
needed to set off the attractive sim
plicity of the garment, which was
closely and carefully lilted to her
charming figure. Theic was neither
heavy nor trailing phylacteries,
Huffs, nor flounces, cumbersome
festoons, nor balloon-like gatherings.
The senora walked erect, grace
fully, tripping so lightly, it was
pleasant to see her Hit about from
side to side of the carriage, from
window to window, like a humming
bird from flower to flower, to catch
the views presented through Infre
quent openings in the clouds.
Dainty black wlippers with big satin
bows had 6ho on her little feet and
black gloves on Jier hands. Sho
cairieda fan, without which the cos
tume would have been imperfect and
the senora horse! f would havo been
at n loss what to do with her idle
hands. A veil of black lace partly
covered her head, tho two ends of
which were brought to tho front and
crossed in n single twist beneath her
chin. Her hair was most dextrously
arranged, smoothly brushed and
gathered in alibiing heavy coils, all
Ju Id in place by mysterious skewers
and bodkins of gold anclmlver woik.
Over her shoulders theio was loosely
thrown a mantilla of fine texture.
This, until we hud reached the cold
er regions far up the mountain bide,
served her for outer garment a
gratification of her excusable vanity
rather than a protection from the
air, which became more invigorat
ing as we ascended from the plnins.
When the mountain wooed her
too roughly, Senora folded herself
cozily in a biilliant wrap of soft and
clinging woven llama wool, and
there, in her corner, fclio sat queen
like, but curiously peeping from
time to time at the writer, who,
whllo making a pietencc of studying
the language of Cervantes, was lot
ting down ou the lly leaves of his
English-Spanish Meisterchaft the
foregoing nnd other memoranda
concerning the lady whom he shall
always remember as the beautiful
Creole on the train to Caracas.
Much court was paid to this gentle
lady by the male passengers, and
for every pleasant, manly attention
she returned the sweetest aud most
winning smiles. She knew she had
beautiful teeth, and glad was I that
she knew it, for it was pleasant to
sec them, so regular, so strong and
white, and I was reminded of Master
Geoige llerrick and his "cirls and
pearls." Who could resist paying
her the tribute of frequent, imper
fectly concealed and respectful
glances of sincere admiration? Cor
tes, not I, nor did I try. I had
come far to so the sights in Vene
zuela, and here was one of the fair
est aud most charming pictures
man's eye could rest upon in all
1'iom time to time there came to
olfer some little politeness to her a
handsome, black-eyed priest, with a
remarkably regular and intelligent
face. Beneath the robe of an asce
tic there beat the heart of a gallant
gentleman, and Jacnora was well
pleased with the innumerable
petty services the leverend (not
very reverend, either, for he was
young and sprightly) cavallero ren
dered her willi willing grace. She
permitted bun to fasten her wrap
more closely around her, and only
blushed slightly when his clumsy
fingers pressed her dimpled chin,
and yet she paid him the deference
due his cloth, accepting his homage
with sweet resignation, albeit with
the air ot a grande dame accustomed
to be waited upon and made much
of. What became of Scnoru? Alas!
When the train readied Caracas a
portly, well-favored gentlemen met
her, kissed her on both cheeks,
handed her into a crand carriage,
drove oli with his
this day the writer
treasure, and to
has never seen
her since. fV. A,
Ilatou in N. Y.
WEBSTER'S LAST NOTABLE SPEECH,
Speaking of Daniel Webster re
minds the Washington correspond
ent of the Philadelphia "Record"
that he had seen floating around in
the newspapers an absurd para
graph purpoiting to give Webster's
last notable speech, the few re
marks he delivered fiom the balconv
of his'housc on Louisiana avenue,
now the Webster Law Building, the
night after Scott was nominated for
Piesidentat Baltimore. According
to the paragraph which the corres
pondent refutes that godlike Daniel
said: "Boys, I am very much ob
liged to you ; but I'm hard hit, and
I'm going home to die." "I can
not," says the correspondent, "im
agine any burlesque that could be
more grotesque than this appa
rently berioua report. Fortunately
J have the means of correcting it.
It was a beautiful starlit night in
May. The Whigs of Washington,
who had scienaded and congratulat
ed Scott had made them a little
speech, to Webster's house towaul
midnight to sec what the Massachu
setts statesman would say. They
took their music with them, and
when they dot down (o Webster s
they gave him a serenade, too. Pre
sently Webster appeared on the bal
cony above them, wrapped in his
dressing-gown, the mere shadow of
his former self, worn in body and
broken in spirit by disease antl dis
appointment. His voice, though no
longer eloquent nor even powerful,
had not lost its art, and what he
said was in itsilf intensely interest
ing. So he held his audience in ab
solute attention from the first to tho
last word of what every one .felt to
he his valedictory. He said :
" 'I thank you, fellow-citizens,
for your friendly and respectful
call. I am very glad to see you.
Some of you have been engaged in
an arduous public duty at Balti
more, the object of your meeting
being tho selection of a fit person
to bo supported for the olllce of
President ot the United States.
Others of you take an interest in the
icsult of the delibeiations of that
assembly of Whigs. It so happened
that my name among others was pre
sented on that occasion. Another
candidate, however, was preferred.
I have only to say, gentlemen, that
the Convention did, I doubt not,
what it thought best, and oxeiciscd
its discretion in the important mat
ter committed to it. The result
has caused me no personal feeling
whatever, nor any change of con
duct or purpose. What 1 havo been
I am in principlo and in character,
and what I tun I hope to continue
to be. Circumstances or oppo
nents may tiiumph over my for
tunes, but they will not triumph
over 1113' temper or my self-respect.
Gentlemen, this is a serene and
beautiful night. Ten thousand
thousands of tho lights of heaven
illuminate tho firmament. They
rule thu night, , A few hours hence
their glory will be extinguished;
' Ye fe'iiii. tha' glitter In theKles,
Aud gayly dunce befme my eyes,
What uioyu when tho sun Multilist'?
Gentlemen, there is not one among
you who will sleep better to-night
than I shall. If I woke I shall
learn the hour from the constella
tions, and I shall rise in the morn
ing, God willing, with the laik, and
though the laik is a better songster
than I am, yet he will not leave tho
dew and the daisies and spring up
ward tn guet the puipling enst with
a more blithe and jocund spirit than
I pose-s. Gentlemen, I again re
peat my thanks for this mark of
jour respect, and commend yon to
the enjoyment of a quiet and satis
factory leposo. May God bless you
"This was the last word of his
eloquence. His hearers felt what
we can almost see, tho tense
strain of the great self-control which
kept his mind and heart from hi cak
ing under the full realization which
had btust upon him that day for the
first time that he would never be
President of the United States.
They felt, too, as though they had
seen his genius expire. His body
died in the following October."
There is no
which a man
limit to the
may make a
Credulous men arc tho prey of
Modesty and humility arc the so
briety of the mind.
MeaMiio thy cloth ten limes, for
thou canst but cut it once.
He who says what he iikes may
hear what he dues not like.
Think well over your important
steps in life, and, having nnidc up
your mind, never look behind.
What is libeity without wisdom
and without virtue? It is the gieal
est of all evils; for it is folly, vice
and madness, without tuition or re
Frugality does not imply parsi
mony any more than extravagance
DURING my iiI'm-iicc from .the King,
di 111 M'.'Jclin l.uui'gut. will iici
lor mil in nil iniittcis ot Ijiuiness under
I own- ot utlorui-y.
IiO Ot 1 G. CAMARIJCOS.
npiIE uii'lerMgiicil having been on the
JL J.li 1-u-t'iiit, dul appniitcd A--.'gnce
" 1 she Ks a u of Max Kckuri, !
llop'.'.ul 1 11 Itmkrupi, ly thu Hon. S.
H. D )lt, .JiiMiuc of the Suptimc ( oiut,
hercli uquests nil pcivoi.s ovelift ti.
sulci c-t lie lo ninko immediate payment
(1 1 Hi" e- 10 Inn. lo IIjC uiiclci signal nt
Ilis (jJ'ikc in Honolulu.
W. ('. PARKF,
Assignee of E.-tito of JI.ix Lckail,
limit 1 1 i.Jiny 5, 83. 35 31
ADUJI1' Curt nnd II tr
i.c, in good oitk-i.
'to Le told cheap. Appl) to
Smith or Luniililo Home.
OS I A 1 an el cot Mining a p-iir of
1-v jSf lit 01 about a wick
Hot ban Francisco
"With Immediate Despatch.
The At Iron Uritlsh Bark
rirx-s. pft II M
I r" jv 3'i IIMI
'"jpHH atiention of thippcrs of Sugai,
JL Rici :u d oilier Islmul I'ri.duco it
direcic'l to U.is liiFtcl it-. Vets-el.
Prr Aopiiintions lor spuce should he
made itutucdiuU'ly to
G. W. MACFAELANE & CO.,
4!i Agents. it
NOTICE lo CREDITORS.
rjpil K undersigned (live notice tha'
X tlicy !mvi! I uui iinpoluu-el As-iunets
ot Blown it Id, iiicmcJkuiIf, of Hono
lulu. All pir.ons having nr y (liiiinf aguinU
tho (.aid f 1 r 111 win thir Mciueil ly n.oit
gag -or olli'i'wic, :iro rotillnl 10 pie.
bo.il tl 0 t-.iti.u lei the Ai-lgiiC s, nillliu
tilt 1-c lnontlis I rom Api -1 'Jlinl in.-imit.
All 1 oisiiin- indebied to J.Icmj1. Buiwn
& Co 1 10 lvqtic'hlrd 10 miiki: insiiiuiliuc
p.ijmciit to Uiown & Co. or the
A. .1. CAIlTWttlGIlT,
W. F. Al.bEK.
Assignees ot ltiown & Co.
Honolulu, April, 21, lfj'8. 23 tin
Continental aud Colonial
36 Euo do Dunkeraue, - - - Pario.
Executes Inch uutcr every description
of French, llelghm,
Stt'ii", German, and English Goods, nt
the l.en Munuf lUurris' Lowest Prices.
Commlstlon. Two.aml-n Half er cent.
All Tiiidc! and Cnali Dl-coimts allowed
to Clients. Original invoices forwarded
Remlilntires, through n London or
Paris Hunker, puynl le on delivery ot
Shipping documents; or, direct to the
Tin Agency Ilcnrcicntf, Buys, nnd
Bell.", f ir Home and Colonial Fiimf.
l'lere GonilB, Cibliniero", Cnmhiics,
.SllksVohctb, Lowm, Chintzes,
JIu-liii", Caipels, Cloths,
Sli Hurry. Liicc, Glove,
Frlngii", l'niusolo, Hnherdusliery,
Gold nnd Mlver l.nce,
FhuiM'li-, Feathers, l'eurls,
Boots and Hiocs, Gluts, and
Ohhui.wuro, Clocks, Watches,
Jov.ellry, Fanny Goods.
Klectio-plalc, Musical Instruments,
Fan?, Enlcsiat-tical and
Optical Goods. Jllrroie, Toys.
Vt rnuuoiy, YVlni-8, &c,
Olhnmi'f. Bton-8, Ih ok-, Artistio
UlironiCM, .Miiehlnen". &C, Ac.
inn iv s
JOB PRINTING ot nil kinds cxe.
tuttd nt the Daily Bulxstw Ofllce
Auction Sales by Lowls J. Lovoy,
On THURSDAY, May lOtli, '88
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tho l evidence of Win. Wngcncr, ton
iiecount of doi'uituri;, comer of Fort
& Kiikul 'tteetc, I will sell at Public-
A'lelinn, the whole of his
Household Furniltiro nnd Effects,
ConsUtlni; In pint ni follows: One
" Fine Toned
Upright "Flsclier" Piano and Stool,
(A splendid instrument.)
One Black Walnut Parlor Set,
Fpholstered m Plush Ne it ly New.
1 Ulack Walnut BedmomSi t, 11. W.
One AnIi JLScdroom Set !
Hair Mittrius, Spilng MtUrnnccs,
CoimIcci is Lace Cuit lins,
Oil 1'aintiiiu; and fi'itiiurcs !
Hi in kit",
4 Light Clnndelitr, I.imps Clodc,
1 Largi- Mltror, Foil her Pillows,
Mosquito Nets, Mining,
Large Center Rugs & Small Rugs I
U. W. Sidobonrd, Center lalile,
Crocltery Ss Cjrlnsiswji.ro I
1 S'ovo & Kitchen Uicii-iW, Meat Safe,
Itefrlgcrutnr, Itntli Tub, IUe., Kte.
BEWIS J. LEVEY,
31 5t Auctioneer.
Special Auction Sale
On FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
3Iuy lltliit l'-itli,--At 10 a. in.,
I will tell nt l'uhllo Auoiion, at my
S ilinronms, corner of Fi rt and
Queen Rticets, n Luge nnd
w cll-telccled Stock of
I3Y' GOODS !
Received direct from Europe, con
English Worsted Coating !
Scotch &, English Tweed".
SiTgo aud Melton Cloth,
Linen unci Silk Handkerchiefs,
Toilet Covers, Napkins,
Together with u Luge Assort
Ladies' Mo Pojlm!
S.Ik & Satin Dress Patterns, &c, &c.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
i 5t Auctioneer.
SPECIAL SALE OF
I am insTiieted by Mc'-r. II. Hnckfeld
& Co., lo iiffur at Public Auction,
On' WEDNESDAY, May 16th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
Vt my S.desri cm, corner of Koit and
(Jueeii sir ids n chniee lot of
New aud Elegant Household Furniture
flnnnn I 0
Wnidio'iee, Burenu", Tuliles nnd
Ktagureii, in M.ihouany and
Yienna Bent Wood Furniture T
Q mien Seats, Hugs & Ciirpcts,
T..ivelmg Trunks & lings,
PICTURES AND OTHER
LEWIS T. LEVEY,
3311 1 Auctioneer.
Just received Ex. "Alameda" n email
cnnslgment of the
lu 1 & S llm. Healed TiuH.
Guaranteed tho finest In th6 Klngdnm
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Nolo Auciit for tliu llawiilluii
35 iHlauelH. ilw
HM1A OBOARS !
Imported Direct from Havana.
G. 0. BERGER.
A,J KSSHS. Julius H..ing mid Helnrieh
ill Ii iijcs are ailiultted us pattoeis
ilitu oui linn.
V. A. SOIIAEFER & CO.
Honolulu, May 1, 18K8. 31 lw
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Sale of Leases !
Hy order of tho Trustees of
HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE,
I will sell ut Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, the
IiEASEd f the following
Parcels of Lands,
Situated at Kona, Hawaii, us lollowsi
For a Ten of 15 Years.
1 The Ahuptma of Waiului, dtB
crlbcd in 11. l No. HKSO.
2 I.tilid at Kiiliulllt, IConn, deicrlbcd
In 11. 1. No. CJ77 A.
3 Allium m of Kaliulul, Konn, apana
3, It. l. 1009.
4 Aliiiunn of Kalnmii, Kona, up mm
L', It. 1. ttlOU, I, O A. 8510 U.
D Ahupuuii ed I'lihcchoc, lCoui, K. 1'.
G Aliiliuiiue of Kit1'iV npana 11, L
C. A. 77 5, eoiiiiiu-lii.. i!(0 i ucrtft.
7 Aliuiniuiot Luilhauiki, N. Kona.
iipaniv "J, of K. 1'. JIMS, containing 3010
8--Ahunuua nf Ilonuaiiln, apana 4
and 5, or 11. V. 3M3, containing 'JO 48 100
9 Alii piuiii of Moeanon, apann 27, of
L i'. A. a71.
10 Alto, the Lenso for fi years of the
Kiiln portions of Mokaucii,' at Kulihl,
Uahu, ma knl of thu rice plantation, and
cM'iudlu,r lo within 100 feet of llsh
ponds ul II s Majesty.
11 Also, the Lease for 10 years of
the unleaded portion of Iwilei, includ
ing Sea Fishety, containing about 54
acres, more or less.
And at the sauio time will he sold a
Parcel of Land at Aki, Lahaina,
Described in R- P 3415, L. C. A.0705 B
contaiuiug 'A hoods aud 14 Ilocts.
Terms Payable semi-annually in
advance. Possession given on com
pletion of papers and payment of
first six months' rent.
C5?"For further particulars apply to
thoTrustcos, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
35 ood Auctioneer.
FOR SALE !
Another Fresh Lot of
Just ni rived and
FOR SALE CHEAP
Algeroba Firewood & Charcoal !
Made fiom Algerohu AVood.
At JOHN F.- COLBIN'S,
13ell Tele D3. -jr" Mutual Tele. 887.
THE STOCK OF
Belonging to the undersigned, will be
Yery Low Prices
During the month of May, 188, and all
parties wi-hliig to supply them-
ecIvof, will do well to call and
examine the Goods hefore
"XMio GOODS MiiiHtbe Hold
And embrace the Best Assortment of
Good Family Articles, that can ho
found In this city.
At BROWN & CO.'s Store,
No. 14 Merchant Sheet.
ALEX. J. OAimVIUGHT,
W. F. ALL15N,
Assignees of Urnwn & Co.
Honolulu, April 2rf, 1tS8. 28 lm
Have arrived and can bo seen
" BEAVER SALOON."
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any debts contracted in
my name without my written order.
V. 0. AOHI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1833. 23 tf
rpHE ONLY READABLE PA---
PER iu tho Kingdom "The
Daily Bulletin," CO cents per month.
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club.
I0NDAY, JIB 11, 1888.
Races to Commcnco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
KUXNINO RACE-i Mile Dash.
Free for all.
2nd-HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUXNIXG RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian In eel horses owned
by members of ihe Jockey Club.
Cup to bceonie tho property of the
one winning It twice.
TROTTING and l'AOIXG RACE-
, lor Hawaiian hied horses only to
harness Mile Heats best 2 in 3.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. If but one starts to
beat 2 :S0.
Dlh-KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mllo Heats, bebt tl in 5. Free for
all. All horses having a record of
2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
RUNNING RACE 3 Mile Dash.
Open to all U-ycnr old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
7th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACK 1 Mile Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat the le
eorel of "Angle A," 1:454. To be
run for annually.
81h-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
RUNNING RACE-4 Milo Heats,
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecutive years.
9th JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
SwKErsTAKES TROTTING and
FACING RACE Mile Heats, best
2 in a. Free for all horses that
have not a record of 3 minutes or
better to be driven In Frazicr road
carts hy members of the Club.
lOlh LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE Mile Dash.
Free for all.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies 14-hands or
under, and 3-year old or over.
BST Rules regarding entries aud
starting are suspended In races against
General fclilpjiiiii; Agency unit For
eign 1'ai-cclM IIxpreHH.
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Etc, Etc.,
Forwarded to and from all pnrts of
C. O. D. amounts of invoices collected
in nny country.
S-Tnrirr of Jtntcs on AppIIcation-TO
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
00 2S Merchant Street. tf
Has just received ex-Austrnliu a very
handsome assortment of all the
In the Millinery (Line, such as
Ornaments, &c, &o.
Also, n Most Excellent Assortment of
DP 3L. XJ TWC DE S
09J .Direct from Europe, lm
74 KiDfJ St.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Cure.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
J. advertise in tho Daily Buixutik.
74 King st. -xg J
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