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TUESDAY, OCT. 31, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
"Kxcclsior Lodge, l.O.O.F, G :!)().
Bible cliihH Lyceum, 7:30
NOTES AND QUERIES.
INNOCENT ROAD SUPERVISOR.
Our Bond Supervisor is 'often
Abused 'for (lie disreputable- condition
of our public thoroughfares; nnd one
would nuturnlly suppose Hint lie is
the responsible person, and thcie
foic worthy of commendation or de
serving of blame, according to the
state of the roads. Hut, if our in
formation be correct, ho is not the
responsible person, because he can
net only as ordered by his supci ior
olllcer: he can make and mend just
,irkcrc and when the Minister of the
Interior directs. And this always
has been the case, to a greater or
less extent. If so, why heap curses
oii'thc bead or the Supervisor? lie
is an innocent man.
Has arrived in our city by the last
steamer. He sets down in the Hotel
Bcgister lils place of abode as the
JJjii ti ramie, lie is an immense,
lallj broad shouldered, expansive
chested, muscuhir mwl i;.t.iv,,c-,,i,.
Adonis. lie is such a man that if)
db-hdeinona had seen she would
have exclaimed again,
- " Would Hint Heaven laid made me
lie declines that he has a mission, is
alone in the world, is indillerent to
conventionalities, and that his aims
mid views arc not those of other
,iiicn, ho ho docs not disclose them.
His dress is the picturcMpio style of
the Territories and the Mexican
borders. "We will give further parti
In the base ball match on Satur
day afternoon our naval visitors
were 'defeated, the score bcnijr
Alaska 5, Honolulu 32 runs. Our
special reporter says the game was
.well' played to the end of the
second innings when the bailors got
What contributed in no slight
degice to the Alaska's defeat was
the loss of their best catcher, who
had his hand split early in the game.
' A large and interested number of
spectators watched tho game to its
The raid on the opium dens at the
corner of llurelania and Maunakca
streets on Sunday was made by
Captains Marcos, Oadt, and Tell.
Tile prisoners will be brought up
again this morning.
'A Chinailian was brought up yes
teiday for.throwing opium over into
Out of 20 cases yesterday 12 were
,()) Our Own Uorii'Fimndeiil.)
A' native bo came to a violent
and shocking death on Thursday the
20th, at Kapaau, near the Star Mill.
Owing to the break of machinery at
Koliala Plantation Mill, they have
beep sending their cane to the Star
to be ground, transportation being
made by a traction engine and cars.
It bccnis that thu deceased was per
mitted to ride pn the engine by the
person in charge, who says he heard
him suigihg. Directly the singing
ceabed, the driver felt a (pecu
liar motion, as lie says of the huge
machine, and looking back on the
road, saw, the boy a shapeless mass,
crushed to death
wheels! This is
under tho broad
tho story as cur
"Wcll, one would
suppose that in any country pre
tending to civilization there would
an ofllcinl enquiry into
of death. There was
The Sheriff of the dis
trict says he was absent in Kona at
tho time, and the boy had been
buried when he returned. The
Magistrate was absent in Honolulu,
ami by the way, left no Deputy
behind hint. That Is the way things
go oi In this.couutry place.
The day bci'uic the oveuneiicc of
the above mentioned Accident, a
case of assault and battery of a
somewhat aggravated character hap
pened at a place called Makapala.
A native and a foreigner had some
words about woik, both being em
ployees on a sugar plantation. Tho
dispute had ceased, and the parlies
were returning from tho field, single
file, tho foreigner in advance, when
the native struck the former in tho
back with a hoe, inflicting a painful
and ghastly llesh wopnd. . Th,c as
sailant was arrested and our Judge
fined him $20 for assault and
battery, This was certainly an in
adequate punishment for a murder
ous assault with a weapon obviously
nnd imminently dangerous to life.
Bain fell through the eastern pait
of Kolfala on the 20th in copious
showers, and it was most welcome,
for tho vegetation was beginning to
L.vti:k. Tho assault with a hoc
line was $30 and imprisonment 10
Kohala, Oct. 27, 1882.
H I LO
(t'liim our omi Coricspomknt.)
Tilings nrc quiet in Ililo.
All but seven of the Norwegians
have gone back to woik at l'apai
kou. They seem to bo satisfied with
their experience hi the law line. The
othcis arc working out tltc balanco
of their fine in l'unn.i i
The new hqijor law was put, in
force to-day. Tho store of a. pro
minent Chinese merchant was enter
ed on a search warrant from the
Magistrate, and 10 eases of various
kittds of liquors were found on, the
premises. The trial will take place
to-morrow. It takes a good deal of
liquor to satisfy some Chinamen and
The telephone lines arc now being
run around town, and tilings begin
to look a little citj'-licd.
The schooner Ida Schnaucr sails
to-morrow with several passengers
and about 200 tons of sugar.
Ililo, October 20th.
The C. K. Hishop will be laid up
for repairs in n week or two and the
James Makec will take her place.
The Discovery arrived atUtsahuly
on Oct. 19th, and the Lizzie Mar
shall on Oct. 10th. Both arc now
loading for this port.
The steamer Clifton was laid on
at Hongkong for this port, but on
account of violent opposition the
Government would not permit her to
carry passengers, so she was with
diawn. No other outside steamer
is likely to be put on for this port.
The barque Bcvcro fiom Pugct
Sound and tho Schooner Joeph
Buss from Humboldt are due.
The Kn Moi saild yesterday with
the last load of machinery rffor
The schooner Jennie "Walker ar
livcd yesterday from Fanning'
Island with 80,000 lbs. of copra,
1,500 lbs. of arrowroot and K,000
The Kalakaua left San Francisco
for this port on Oct 19th.
The II. W. Almy arrived in San
Francisco on Oct. 13th.
The baik Amy Turner sailed from
Boston on Oct. 21, for this port.
The Merman baik Lmugbtouo
sailcd from Hongkong on Sept. 22,
for this poit.
The bark Edward May arrived at
Hongkong,, on Aug. 27.
The baikentiiic Eureka sailed
from San Francisco for this port on
The ship Klcanor Vernon was to
leave New York Oct. 1.1th for this
The 0. and O. Steamship Com
pany's steamer Arabic popped in
unexpectedly yesterday, having
made the unprecedented time of 13
days, 21 l'ours nhd -13 minutes from
Yokohama, and beating the Oce.inic's
famous run of 1-1 days and -1 hours
made in 1879. Both tho Arabic and
Coptic will reduce even tho above
limo before they get through.
JJnily Allr, Oct. 22.
, Alain- wo thank Messrs. J. W.
ltobertson & Co, and J. M. Oat, jr.,
& Co. for thciigcouitesy in forward
ing us lik'tj of bite paper,
LOCAL ANDGENERAL ITEMg.'
TfiB Band last night was a treat.
Mr.' Bcrgcr didn't take one day's
holiday. . .,
Ri:sidi:xts in Kmma sheet nrc pre
pa"rit7glotmy 'Donts'lo' comcTilown'
town with. , i '
A passenger per City of Now
Yoik fell over the Likclikc wharf
on Sunday night. Ho was speedily
How is it that the Government
takes no heed of the lcmonstraiVccs
of the press concerning the branches
of trees obstructing public thorough
fares? Aic they going to wait till nil
action for damages is entered
against thorn? '
Wk would, once mora call, the
attention, of the public, to Uhc fapt
that the postage to the Australian
Colonics and New Zealand is-not 10
cents but 12 cents per half ounce,
and thnt letters not fully prepaid
cannot be foi warded. A gentleman
lately released a number of these
carelessly stamped letters by paying
up the extra postage on them.
, -i. f-
Wi: were told that cattlo were al
lowed to be driven thrqugh the
btrecls of Honolulu till a Cabinet
Minister was tossed by one. Wc
suppose, at the same rate, the lower
end of Fort street from Irwin &
Co.'s to hq, wharf,, wilUjc allowed
to accumulato .mud.iiiitiln Cablupc
Minister is drowned in it.
O.v Saturday afternoon, a parly
was given )y Mrs. Coney and Mrs.
Haalclea to Mrs. Sam'l Parker. A
large imbiber1 of cucsts jverc present,
including His Majesty and the Dow
ager Queen Knimn. In the evening
the parly adjourned to Queen
Emma's, and dancing was kept up
to a late hour.
Vinindcrstancl that it fs Mr. Joliii
Cummins, of "VYaimanalo, avIio has
caused' the timo of the steamer's
passing there to be telephoned ,to
tins city for flomc time past and so
given us timely warning some two
hours before we should otherwise
Jicar of her. Mr. Cummins deserves,
and no doubt, will get the thanks of
the entire community for this net of
At 3:30 p.m. on Saturday the
Committee of 1 3 received Ills Maj
esty's reply. The document was
written (in Hawaiian, ami. is some
thing to this effect : The Ministers
appreciate the idea of holding poli
tical meetings, as it will stiengthcn
the Government. They say that the
acts bclectcd as blameworthy bj',thc
Committee arc not the acts of the
Ministry, but of the Legislature.
Last Friday was a less eventful
day than mosJt Fridays of late. The
"Weekly Advertiser, published Sat
urdays, has been .In tho1 habit of
ascribing nearly all occurrences to
yesterday ; but the last issue distri
buted them pretty evenly over the
week. If this change is to be a per
manent one, readers of tho Weekly
Advertiser' y;i ccasto regard Fri
day as the ''Great Day" of tho
Komi: time ago a number of citi
zens subscribed $1,260 to purchase
Mr. Furncaux's pictures of tho vol
cauic eruption, nnd prevent tlicin
leaving the country, witli the hope
of being rc-imburscd. by tho Govern
ment buying them for the Museum.
( lttt thepaj-phnpny. of,,tUo .Govern
incut in this direction prevented
that. A meeting was held the other
day, and it was decided ;to hang the
pictures in the Y. M. Or AV now
building when completed. " , "
II I-LlL'.iL,,".l,l,',J !
THE Ladies of St. Andrew' Bcwhitf
1 Society will meet on WIJPKS.
)AK Afternoon, at :J o'clock, ,nt thu
SchimMlooiii. A full nttcndimcoi re.
qtiiMtdd- ns'liusiiu'ss of mpoitiiil(rc will
bo discussed. 2;ltf it
Float Estate and Gonoral Business Agent,
Hii IClng Pttcct, llnnolubi.
Bolicltor for thu " Bntuulnr Pi ess."
"T.7"iAJSTKI) mders for Oilncso Coo'k
t t. ami uinnotx; fcoivnniH.
TT'Olt ijALK, a Hpleiulid Soiui Borne,
jl' ,quiei in iininessor su nie.
cood M'l oudiiaud ljMiie-h. jiiciin,
WJlw ' LiKU. (AYi:AUH.
Watch this space !
) .XUW ;;av.
CT7iANtK, Immedliitcly. lS'tirkb'G.il,
YV to take cure of !3 children. Ap.
pJyjiUhjl olllcc... sap
6 Good Rough Carpenters,
1 ' For flume work. Apply to
2!)2 lw W. O. IRWIN & Co.
O PUBNISIIEl) BOOMS, for houe.
A' kLcnina will furnish kitchen If
ncewnry. MiiMt lie 15 minutes from
P(nt Oin'cc. Address, with tcnnn, L. 1$.,
" Snturdny Press" Office. '-'!)0 Ut
WANTED. Immediately, n cenlrnlly
located Cnltngc, within rcnon
able walkinfr dlstiinco to business, situa
tion on the Wnikikl side of Fort strci't.
Must luive three bedrooms.
2'23 2w J. E. Wjrumak.
NE SUPEBIOB MELODEOK.with
two kev boards, in cood conultlon.
Price $ 10. Apply at Wells' Music Store, 1
Tn-i ..t.j.Al O'ifl at '
iUll BHUI. iwv uv
Funiituro For Snle.
lUJU'ijETJi hci 01 riirniiurc ior saic, L
XJy Cheap, at rear cottage?, No. 2 Adams
Lane, 'corner. Hotel isicci! ? ,Cnll any ,
v'enlii fhisHfonih. v ,J 23t) lw .
"COMPLETE net of Furniture for sale,
NOTICE All persons owing money,
lent, &., toller Highness Buth
Jfi'eljkohuil arc, luiruby icquested' to
make their payments to . "'
210 lm H. A. WIDEMAXX.
A splendid and varied assortment
Just Opened !
tar , Vort (Street, -tt ,k
qWO O.KJ-1CES TO I.KT. on the sec
X ond.flovr of tho biilkllpj; occupied
by J. W. ltobertson & Co 181)
170 It SALE,
? Apply to
a MULE CaRT.
lh Hackfeld & Co
UXION FEED COMPANY, A. W.
llusH, .Haiinger. Sco ailveitlse
lneiit On other page. , 28
A SPLEN1JID Opportunity Is
now olfcrcd to buy tho Popu.
hir Lodxhnr House recently
occiiplcil nnd conducted by Mrs. White,
nt 125 Fort struct. The premises contain
1 store, J7 bedrooms, .kitc-licn, dinlng.nnd
hath'ro'onY. ' The room's nrc nil iiiciiy
fuinislied ond in perfect order. For
fm titer piiiticuliiis npply to iircsunt pro
piietor.k W- AVALLACE, 125 Fort st.,
ELEGAXTLY FUBXISHE1) Booms
to let, single br'double, with nil the
conveniences nnd comfoits of 11 borne.
Booms aic lingo and well ventilated.
Terms sti idly moderate. Apply at No.
2 Adams Liuic. 211 lm
A splendid and varied assortment
221 " LEWEBS & COOKE.
FOBHiVLE, a.tfo. 2 "" 'J
Waroliouso Feed Mill;
Gilnds from 5T6 10 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all in good
order; can ho run. by steam or horde
power, just the tirtido for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, Bran, JhSrley, Whole and
Ground, Mt,cd Feed, etc,
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
O'J LAlNli Co., 01 Fori tt.
dTOOK imoiCElt. will bur of'Boll
ID rinntntlon Stock. Bonds, nnd
h,, , Other Marketable Sicuntlfs,
ft A I jTj u 4f & .rtliin mrxtm nil ul t
il muir iiiiiriiL'i wiiiiu jut v-unii.
215 Ofllca with 33. P. Ailnms, Auct'r.
VILtiIAM O. SnXE
NO. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
(Established In 1870)
Sugar Plantation, Bajlrond, ,
Telephone, nnd other Corporation, Stock,
Bonds nnd Similar Securities Bought,
nnd Sold on Commission.
Mpncy loaned on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 1882. 2U
illBIUATION, aftcrtlils bite, Is slrlcU
ly forbidden, except between
The Ilniii'H oT O to 8 n. hi.
mill 4 to 0 11. til.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent "Water 'Works.
Approved 1 Jno. E. Btisit, '
Minister of Interior,
llonoluhl, Ott. 21, 1882. 12
Creme de la Creme.
TliHE Ire Factories arc in full blast,
X and Ko are
Elite Ice Cream Parlors I
They1 arc Just freezing, which Is
"Wind you want n this "Weather,
hud don't vo'u fbrcct It I '
'"'ic'o'Crcam can Ix'had from 11 . ml
to 11 pj 111. at
1IABT BBOS.. .,
El lie' Ice Crrntn' Purloin,
1.1 80 llotrlirtreef.
'Itoyal Hawaiian Agricul
tural Society '
COPIES of the Drafts of intended
BuIM of the Bbciety may now lie
olitnincd from the undersigned niciiibers
of the Organizing .Committee.
Those desirous of joining the Society
can do so by paying the annual subscrip
tion of $5 to either of the undersigned.
' H. A. WIDEMANN,
A. S. CLEGHOBN,
Honolulu, Sept. i.0, 1883. ' 209
The undersigned hnvc jiHt''rcccivcd,'e
" Consuclo," n quantity of
Which they arc prepared todisposc'of in
Quantities lo suit purchasers. , ;
228 lw WM. G. IBAV1N & Co.
tju: m;viiG ii
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
- L. in 1 n
Finest and Richest Goods i
Ever shown In tills Kingdom. ,n'' ,
OF'CHASi J. FISHEL'.
EX- STEAMER " SUEZ,"
, Thin Day.
Best California Butter, in tubs nud'jnrs,
Barrelii Prime Pork,
Barrels Extra Mess Beef, "
Hnlf-baiiclti cjia Family Beef,,
Cases Fnirbank Laid, 5 and 10 lbs.,
CiiM-s CihIHsIi, )
Bags CiilforiiIa Potatoes, , 1
Bags Whole B.irjcy, ' "
Bags Ground Barley, '
Bags Wheat) . 1.
Bates W'dlc and Pink Beans,
tSTAll are otfured ut low prices.
,r , , BOLLES d: Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1882. 228 in
Elegantly Furnished Rooms
I7IOB FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN.
? TLEMEN, with all the conveniens
ccq and comforts of n home, with
Use of Parlor.
Booms are large and well ventilated.
Terms, Strictly Moderate.
Corner of Hotel and Alnkea streets.
TO -LET-ONE COTTACt'E,
X containing 7 rooms, with stabling
and every eoiivilonoe, situated on-the
Pluius, about 1 pdlo from town. Water
lnw on. For panlculiua apply to
At E. O. Hull & Son's.
qpP bETu lot, 100 feet square,
- wiiiuii. is Maine ior 10 or more
1 ores, Cdirlngi' bouse, and ccrvnnt'rt
1 o-ise, water laid on, opculng on Young
btivet For particular apply to '
SU lm m E. O. Hull & Hon.
I 1. Mr.