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MONDAY, SKIT. 11, 1882.
Bjiim ('oiicrt at the Hawaiian
IlIotM. at 7 :3a.
ibu'iii'iny Lod'jo, at 7:"0.
IVt'hVUTQ ASYLUM BOAD.
Now io the lime for extra exer
pn iu rond-making and road-repuir-
injr. 'J'he wet reason will toon be
ifpou ua, when exertion in that
iVL'lion will be more dilllcull and
rv costly. To say nothing of tho
general inconvenience and the popu-
!-lnr.( diwjlisftveljon th.it will then
.refill from present inaction. Yv
wo i". 1 now refer more particularly
,1i t certain public thoroughfare as
teM-iuitloil to attention from the au
5)ll,,,riiitr,. "We allude to the road
g i pii'in; nil" iiciumiiiiurv ouiuhii,
&.. x i.. '.i .- .i.
tt,l('.i.!iiig i.uiu J ukiiiki j.jim iu nil
s' Lunatic Asylum. By feomc this road
i.- called Cape Horn Sheet, because
n native unirrd Cape Horn wag the
" first to use it. Uv others it is dc-
t 'filiated Lukn Street, because it
fe, forms one of Hie boundary Hues of
7 Trincco. Luha'o Pnl.-iina residence.
$J2d is to more generally known as
jfc the Lunatic Asylum road, because
8 it leads to and terminates at the
ftf Lunatic Asvlum. In fact, it is the
only way of approach to this inclis
.-pc-nsablc foverument instisution, IM
S' lest by going all the way around the
old " What Cheer House." Besides,
there, are fifteen or twenty families,
all of whom pay taxes, to whoso and
who;e residences this road is
inly inlet and outlet. In dry
fc weather this thoroughfare is no
, , worse than mobt others around IIo
f nnlulu ; but in wet weather it is
' , truly impa'-Gable. The soil being
'," mo.i!ly iure black elay, becomes
. very soft and sticky when saturated
with raiu, and a little traffic at such
times converts the road in its entire
lentil into one streak of mud seeral
inc: deep. No kind of repairing
will of any service in wet weather
!, except inacadnmbi'ng, and this
' nliould be attended to before the wet
weather sets in. The people inter
filed iu this thoroughfare have long
i hoped and expected and pcti
" tiducd to haw something done for
fs, them, and if ,-omething can be done
lioforo winter comes they will be
Tho Portuguese Ccnril'a IVccoptioa.
. On Friday night the recently ar
rived Portuguese Consul, Senhor
Antonc dc Sour.a C.mavaro, was
tieated to a (.tirprisu serenade by his
. fellow-countrymen as a token of
their kindly feolings towards hira
and tln-ir uirforgotten love of country.
At 7:15 the torchlight procession
formed on Hotel street and, headed
by the Band, marched to tho Hotel.
Hero tho national Portuguese and
Hawaiian tunes were played and tho
jla.tf. of both countries unfurled and
wavidto tho breeze. The following
is the official programme:
1 Hymn of Dom Lni. I. &
Kaiakaua Hymn. 3 Hymn of the
Constitutional Charter. -1 Cheers
for tho Consul, (Hymn of Dom
j Xuiz 1.) 5 Cheeiy for tho Porlu-
gucse Monarchy, (Hymn of the Con
stitutional Chnitcr.) 0 Cheer for
His Majesty King Kalakaua, (Kala
"'" Tho Consul sent down and thank
ed them but made, no speech, as ho
w'.:H utterly unprepared for the
licarty welcome accorded him. Tho
torchlight procession then re-formed
and marched along Richard, Berc-
tania, Niiuanu nnd Hotel streets to
", Engine Station No. 2, -where tl.o
fl Band again played the national nirs
Cand the procession dispersed.
The whole affair wna extremely j
creditable to our Portuguese fellow-'
citizens. The Band under l'rof. j
Burger must be credited with due
praiso for their excellent perform
ance of the Portuguese National
Aim played by them for the first
time iu public.
left Gravcscnd on the 22nd June at
8 i'.m., and arried at Lisbon on the
2Gth, thus doing one of the quickest
runs between London and Lisbon on
reeord.lJer troubles at Lisbon have
already been recorded in the local
press. Slit left there on July 2nd and
arrived at St. Michaels on the 5th,
leaving again ou the Mtli, and arriv
ing here on Saturday.
She let go her nnchor in the Straits
of Magellan on Aug. Cth, and ar
rived in Lota Bay, Chile, to coal, on
the 13th Aug., leaving on the 17th.
So that she. is 50 days out from the
Azores, of which time three days
were spent in Lota Bay, and about
15 hours in anchoring three times in
Straits of Magellan.
During the voyage 24 children and
one woman died. The children died
chiefly from hooping-cough. The 3rd
ollleer, Mr. Coles died three days be
fore she arrived in harbor. One infor
mant slates that there were more
births than deaths, another that
there were 11 births only.
When she left St. Michaels there
weie 1,108 passengers, the full legal
complement allowed to be taken, but
it is supposed that thero arc a con
siderable number, say 30 or 40 stow
aways. More than 300 intending
emigrants were Tefused n passage
as the law did not allow of a greater
The Captain's name is T Saunders,
Chief Officer, J. Sinclair, 2d ofllccr
II. Haslctt, 3rd officer, (dead).
The steamer Iwalani will be due
from Kona & Kau to-morrow morn
ing. Tnr. steamer C. It. Bishop will
leave for the circuit of Kauai to-day,
and again this day week.
Tnr. Band will give a concert at
tho Hawaiian Hotel this evening.
Tun Cavalry were on guard all
night at the Palace on Friday night.
A sword belonging to Kamcha
meba V was sold at auction on
Who was under the bed in the
time of the riot' Our military au
thority? Oh, no!
Tnr. auction sale in the estate of
the late James Lemon brought in
SoMr.nonY wants to go to Wash
ington in the interests of the treaty
at S J ,.r)00 a month. "Who can it bcv
Shares in the Hawaiian Agricul
tural Company changed hnnds re
cently for face value and accrued
Rumor states that the King says
that the set of public opinion against
him is cntirch due to the Premier.
How docs he like it?
Mr. II. J. Nolte was presented
on Saturday with a handsome piece
of plate an ieo pitcher by IIol
hster & Co., as a birth-day gift.
The Hawaiian gentlemen who
helped Mr. Gibson into position are
now arrayed iu the columns of the
Faeaiua with the intent to tell what
they know about tho Premier.
Wilder & Co.'s boiler was set up
and fired on I;riday. They can turn
out SO tons of ice in four days now
if ncccssarv. No nc ed after this of
going short of ice.
The Chinaman who w.ib shot at
Kahului was a Tartar by r.co, and
has several times assaulted his over
seers with murderous intent. lie
was one of tho chief parties con
cerned in the Lydiariot, so we learn,
nnd hns always borno a dangerous
character. He died bite in the same
day that he was shot.
Mit. e. y. Adams 1ms received 3
cn,iiS 0f lovely hams, and will part
witli them at the lowest rales. These
hams are toothsome enough to satis
fy the most fastidious epicure.
Whittnkor's Star Hums.
Any gentleman in search of em
ployment might bo well repaid by
comparing the properly set fortli in
a certain recent mortgage witli the
tax assessor's book, for Lauai, of
The Next Transit or Vcxua.
Two German expeditions will .go to
American stations in order to ob
serve the transit of Venus in Decem
ber next. Observations wilj be
taken at Stratford, Connecticut; at
Aiken, South Carolina; at Bahia
Blanca ; and at I'unta Arena".
Dn. "Whitney writes to us from
Ivoliala to say that as the state of
his health demands another week of
rest, his office will be closed until
this day week, Sept. 18th, instead of
opening to-day, as previously an
nounced. Carrier Pioeoxs kor Naval
Service. The Secretary of the Ger
man Navy has resolved to employ
carrier pigeons in the coasting ser
vice, all the kvpdrimcnts with them
made by the Prussian Government
on the coast of the North Sea, since
187G, to establish communication
with the lightships lying off the coast
having been successful.
Amoxgst the musical fraternity of
this town are two professors who
apparently arc not on the best of
terms with each other. "Wo heard
the other day that A stuck up B in
the street and inquired why he tra
duced his professional skill on the
other islands, and challenged him to
prove his assertions. B had no good
defense to offer and A kicked him,
whereupon B broke his stick over
him. And now each goes about
having a deadly contempt for. the
other in his heart. Moral: Never
traduce a brother professional ; live
and let live.
Mn.TlASSixcr.u acted on Saturday
as agent for taking the acknowledge
ments to contracts on board tho
Hansa. On each case great stress
was laid upon their duo knowledge
and comprehension of the terms of
contract and their agreement thereto.
Every contracted immigrant has had
in his or her possession during the
whole voyage a copy of the contract
to the Board of Immigration, both in
Portuguese and English. And in
each ca?c they arc asked if they
know the full meaning and force
of the. contract, and if they arc
willing to agrco to it. In
many cases Mr. Ilassingcr and
Mr. Smithies (representing the Board
of Immigration) refused to accept
contr.icts on account of the apparent
youth of tho parties contracting,
although tucir ages were stated by
tho parents. Messrs. Hush, Eapcn'a
and tho Portuguese Consul were on
"We hear of tho shooting of a
Chinaman at Maui by an overseer on
one of the plantations there, during
last week. Tho luna shot the man
in self-defense, as he was being at
tacked by him with a knife. Fur
ther information enables us to state
that the plantation was the Hawai
ian Commercial Co.'s Plantation at
Kahului. A coroner's inquest was
held and the luna was committed
for trial, and now be is in goal at
Wniluku. Some 500 Chinamen went
down to break open the goal and
lynch the overseer, but they were
promptly driven back by a posse of
tho other overseers armed with whips.
French Calf Skins.
LARGB INVOICE of tho famous
"Fislisr & Lesroy Brand."
All Females I All weights, 10 to 13 kilo
Ex City of Sydney,
STGonud fee them,
at -13 Queen Strict.
101 Jm M. W. McCH ESNEY & SON
I HAVE NOT STARTED BEFORE
"TOOT MY HORN,"
Nor to miblliili that I had ' Ball Frogs''
from New Jersey, that I would givo
away, as I could eec no reason why that
Miould make mo a ooon Cariuaou
I tend in the "Tifer" something sup.
posed to be funny nbout
The Last Supper I
All the point I can sec Is a slur on tho
religion ot tnc islands, men a great
' Gush" about tho "Boss."
I read of the " Shepherd,'" fo very
good, A:c., &c, his only war implements
a Crook, &c, Ac. followed not with
applause, but plenty of
I think he needs a " Crook," for noth.
ing straight would herd such a sample
lot of coals.
If the "Boss" will not let mo get anv
of the Government work, but orders ft
all from the
Soft Soap Factory
on King street, I cannot help it. That
tho "IJoss" would order a new carriage,
after the disbanding of the last Legisla
ture, is not so wonderful, as to cause the
Ilugles to blow. That the N. Y. Com
missioner of Deeds has saved enough
out of the ofllce fees to buy a new car
riage, I am pleased to hear.
My Botany says: "A head of cabbage
can never become a Rose." A Rose can
be a cabbage head.
I have die best workmen that I can
get, and I am ready to do good work for
all that come.
Stock of Carriage Materials
191 2t No. 70 Queen Street.
LOST Between Nuuanu and Fort
btrccts, a Morocco bag containing
a tapcline dresspattcrn and a thimble.
WILLIAM AULD, Agent to
take Acknowledgments to Con.
tracts for Labor for the District of Kona
Island of Oaliu, at tho office of the Hono
lulu "Waterworks, foot of Nuuanu si.
"RJOTICE On and after the 1st day of
1.x October next, all Outstanding Ac
counts will bo presented at tho end of
N.B. Cash pales of over 5.00 will re.
ceive tho usual discount of 3 nor cent.
A. M. MELLIS, 101 Fort St.
Honolulu, Sept. -1, 1882. 183
ANTED, A Smart active BOY.
Aunlv to Bailcv & Co's Great
Ten Cent Store. 187 lw
'XWIE undersigned will pay full market
JL Rates for Shares of Stock of
The Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
W. O. SMITH & Co.,
Stock Brokci s.
Honolulu, Autr. 25. 177 tf
ANY INFORMATION AS TO THE
WHEREABOUTS of any of our
empty Soda Water or Ginger Ale Bottles,
Baskets or Cases will be thankfully re.
eeivud by (s21w) Hou.isixn it Co.
"OT ANTED A live man with moder
T ate capital, who is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear of a
good business opportunity by address
ing C T D., bulletin ofllce. Filnripnls
onlv. All communications btrietly con
I 71011 SALE,
. Apply to
a MULE CART
H. Hackfcld & Co.
nnWO OFFICES TO LET, on the sec-
J. ond floor of the building occupied
by J. W . Robertson L Co lS'.i
OR SALE, at I'ahala, Kau, Hawaii,
Tho Hawaiian Acrlcultural Comnnnv
having put in a Rail Road, will sell
20 FIRST CLASS
For particulars apply to D.FIster.Mana.
ger, at Kau ; or
C. BREWER & Co.,
A. S. CLESHORN & Co.
Have received a largo assortment of
to suit all classes of purchasers, per S. S.
OFFER FOR SALE, goods received
ex bark Obcion, and other recent
Coal, Sugar, & Itico Bags,
ColTcc Bags, Ilonians,
Binneirs patent -t-pnliitcd Barb "Vv ire,
Smooth Fencing Wire annealed;
I.R. Gaulen Hose,
Ornamental Water Sprinltlorc, now,
Brussels Carpets, Rugs and Mats,
China Matting, Cocoa Matting,
Bruah Mat, India Rubber Mats,
Marine Field Opera Glasses
Colored Wrapping and Printing Paper,
I Upright Cottage Piano, of Auclicr
1 Superior Square Piano, of Richard
Llppfc Son, Stuttgart.
SUPERIOR CLARST3 AH9 OTHER WINES,
Liquors and Liqueurs,
Genuine Manila Cigars,
Further to arrive, per bark Kale, due In
all September, a fresh
Supply of Pilsenor Boor,
in quarts and pints.
Further to arrive, per bark lmacos, from
New York, due this month,
Household Sowing Maclimso
Matchc?, in tin, &c. &c.
For Falo by
186 ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co
ME. W. H. WILKINSON
begs to notify to the public of Hono
lulu and travellers to and Iron
all foreign porta that
Ho has Purchased
the Business and Stock in trade of tho
Honolulu I San Francisco Express I
And that he proposes lo carry on tho
business in good style; in fact
everything will bo done
"Up to tho Handle 1"
All persons requiring furniture, bag
gage or goods of anv description shift
ed, tianferreil or shipped will nnd it to
their advautngc to apply to him at bis
oilier, King fctreel,
Telephone Mo. J 30,
as low rates as possible. 187
33 Shares East Maui Plantation Co.
10 Shares Kohala Sugar Company.
20 Shares 1'iinceville Plantation Co.
55 Shares Wailuku Sugar Co.
30 Shares Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
WM. O, SMITH &- Co.,
Honolulu, Sept. 11. HO
Ex Lady Lampson,
C COTS' WOOL BUCKS.
1 Spanish Merino Buck,
1 Southdown Buck,
7 Southdown Buck Lambs,
3 Southdown Ewe Lambs.
160 lw A. "W. BUSH.
Elegantly Furnished Booms
I 71 OR FAMILIES or SINGLE' GEN.
TLEMEN, with all the convenien
ces and comforts of a home, with
Use of Parlor.
Rooms arc large and well ventilated.
TermB, Strictly Moderate.
Corner of Hotel ard Al.ikca streets.
npiIE undersigned will pay tho abovo
JL rew aid for thu
DETECTION AND CONVICTION
of thu party or parlies who
Poisoned his Maro " Lizzio,"
on the nighl of August 00th.
Sepl7. (188) E. M. NORDEERG,
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