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FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lyons & f.ovey will toll nt 1 p.m.
at tins P. M. S. Wharf, u quantity of
Hhlp stoics, lumber, &c.
. Ladies' Prayer fleeting, Fort St.
Church, at U o'clock.
Meeting sit Gymnasium, 7:1(0.
Social ut Miss Breeze's, :30.
Musical Society, Practice, YMCA
Imp. Older of Red Men, at 7:30.
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7:30.
'i'hinsdny, July Drunks; Edwin,
forfeited 8G bull; J. Slmw, lined SO
and SI costs; J. Christian, and T.
Winchester, So and SI costs each;
Keawi, deserting her husband set
tled out of court S2 costs; Ah
"Wong, violating Express Keg. G
found not guilty and discharged;
Kikilnwc, and Kahuna vagrancy re
manded to Mth; T F. Quiik, as
sault with pistol remanded to 14th.
Stmr. Waimanalo brought 210 ba.
The bglne. W. G. Irwin, O.ipt. II. X.
Turner, 14 days and !) hours, arrived
yesterday from San Francisco, with 300
sks of Hour, 30 sks of wheat, 377 sks of
salt, 150 sks of oats, COl sks of barley,
00 sks of bran, ftjiJ bales of hay, and
3180 redwood posts, etc. She is con
signed to "W. G. Irwin & Co.
The steamship Mariposa, from San
FransUco, to W. G. Irwin & Co. will be
due about July 27th.
The bchr Kuluna will sail on Tuesday
neNt, for the South Sea Islands, with a
number of Is'ander. The schr Julia
will leave about Aug. Cth, with the re.
m ahull r of the Islanders.
The Ge. b.irk Canopus, to II. Hack
f jld & Co., from Bremen; the bk Belle,
isle, lo Wilder & Co., from Newcastle
the schr Courser, to Allen & Robinson,
from I'ori Blukcly; the bktne Ella, from
San Ftonciseo, and hark Martha Davics,
from Boston, to Brewer & Co.; and the
bark S,rrtan, from New York, to
Castle & Coo'cc, arc all due.
Schr Leahi bro't 1300 ug of sugar.
The schr Julia his both masts in, and
a cabin o l deck is being built.
The schr Clan- Spreokcli will sail on
Saturday for S.n Fiancisco.
Schr Ilalcalc.ila brought 1400 bags of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Quikk is now out on bail in the sum
of S2.".0 furnished by Messrs. J. Dodd
and C. E. Williams.
F. W. Fih:kman, vv e bear, stowed away
on board the F.ilkinburg and is now on
his way to California.
Yesteuuay His Majesty and II. 11. II.
Princess Llliuokalanl were present at
the examination at St. Louis College.
The criminal libel suit agaiust Mr.
T. G. Thrum at the instance of Dr.
Fitch comes off this morning at 10
"Wi: yesterday stated by inadvertence
that Mr. Fuller was in the employ of
Hubbard &. Co. Mr. Fuller Is employed
hi the Custom House.
A defective place on the rahima road,
near the bridge at Wong Lcong's rice
plantation, is beingrepalred. The work,
so far, seems to be thorough and sub
stantial. To-Monnovvwc publish Chief Justice
fluid's charge to the Jury in the
first libel Milt against a newspaper in
these Islands that ug.ilust the Kawai-
Mussits Dillingham & Go's new plough
had its photograph taken on Wednesday
by Williams & Co. It caused quite n
commotion in the street opposite their
Yksteiidav II. H. 11. Princess Liliu
okiilaui held her usual monthly recep
tion at her residence ou Berctania St.
Tho Band was in attendance and dis
coursed excellent niinic.
To-night tho meeting to start a
Society for tho Prevention of cruelty to
animals will be held nt the Gymnasium
Rooms, Foit street, above Kukul street,
at 7:110 o'clock, Be sure and bu there.
Vl! erroneously announced that the
sale of stores, etc., ex Hankow by
Messrs. I J'ons & Levey would tuke place
yesterday af-1 I.m It will tako placo
this day at 1 pui., at tho P. M .S. S.
It Is expected that the Privy Cd'Uicll
will sit to-diiyanddccidonu the different
applications for charters. Amongst
these is ono for tho incorporation of
the Gazette newspaper and job-printing
establishment into a company.
Wu luiiiii that Mr. li. Uii'dwlu am
others have I ecu surveying the vvntel
supply ut Wnlplo, Hawaii, and havi
discovered the source of the eteanl'
there, called Wululii. It Is believed tlm
a sdit'iiic will bo arranged to lay tills on
to thellaniakua dlslilct by Humes am
Ox AVediienIny a native In the rmplo;,
of Dillingham & to, while fastening i
bono up in (lie stable jammed the fori
anger of bis left hand between the ring,
lolt and the stall causing two joints u
1 o severed complclilt'. He was imnii
diatcly taken to Dr. Bioille who attended
lilt: Gazette "doubts If ever, dining
tlm past live or sis years," Mr. Gortfrc
Rhodes has "put bis foot Into a school.1
Wo would quiet the doubt" of mil
gigantic contemporary by the Informa
tion tlmt Mr. llhi.dcs lias, move than
cucc, "put bis foct Into a school," during
the period named.
It is high time that the Government
proceeded to Investigate the state of
Health of the el'y, and lino what amount
of disease is ill c to the want of drainage.
A report from u scientist in this Depart
ment would be the best thing to start
with. Then would follow In due course
a scientific plan for a system of drainage
from some quallfc I engineer.
Wr. are again rct,U3stcd to draw the
attention of holders of inigation privi
leges to the fact that irrigation can only
be allowed dm lug the hours notified,
except by special arrangement with the
Superintendent of Water-Works, other
wise the supply will be cut off. If it
happens, as it docs in same eases, that
water cin not be hud during the prc-
scri I ed hours, o' h :r hours car be allowed
on special arrangc.ncnt with the Super
intendent. "We have receive. 1 fr tin Messrs "W. O.
Smith it Co, stoik.brokcrs, their list oi
Stock Quotations for the month of June
The dividends r ai 1 during the month
amount to $C0,G00. An into eating fca
turc has been adi el in the shape of i
statement of the amount of stock and
bonds sold during the month. Intcr-U-laud
S. N. Co. teems to be the only stock
that has ndvr.nicd in price while the
others ecem ut a standstill or slightly
declined. Government bonds arc still
quoted at par.
During the last three week the water
in the well in the Palace yard has fallen
two inches. That is, it now rises to one
foot below the height to which it rose
when it was first boiei. At this rate it
would take less than 10 years to lower
the water to such an extent that no Ar
tesian well on the n-hiud would fo.v.
And that calculation is based oa the
supposition that no more vells will be
bored and that no greater concern, .tion
of water v ill be found during that time
than at -resent.
YrbTEKUAY morning n hoiso drawing
a dump. call got staitled opposite James
Dodd'n and run down Foit St. finally
coming in contact with a pile of bricks
nt the corner of Foit and Mcichunt St.
and upsetting both horse and cart. The
cait was broken up but the horse was
only slightly injured. When the horse
raniivvay it stunled sever.il other horses
attached to private carriages ono of
thee eontainine; a young lady and a
child ran away but was stopped in front
of Wilkinson's ou Fort street. The
horse, however, goi away with the
swlnglclrcu attached, and was stopped
at the wharf.
YnsTKittuY afternoon a Mr. J. T.
Waterhouse jr. aim Dr. Stangcnwald
wire diivlng over the big bridge at
AVaikiki, they noticol flames appearing
thiough the timbers. Jumping out im
mediately they disfo crcd the bridge
win on lire. "Willi ioxo difll :ulty they
got the Chiniimnn the -e 'o bring buckets
and they then cxiinguijkc 1 the tire, hut
not before it bad burnt several of the
Mooring timbers through. It uproars
the Chiuiimuu hud been burning rub.
bish during the afton oon mid must
havu been careless oeril, and spark
had spread and set Arc to tho bridge.
But for tho fortunate prctcnco of theso
gentlemen tho vvho'.o bridge might have
beex burnt down. The dam igo is at
the Park end.
Correspondence is solicited on the top.
icB of the day, or what may become fo.
"We reserve the right to cxclso purely
"We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor.
Kimou Bulletin: I noticed a
suggestive article in your paper on
Harbor improvements and I would
like to nsk if wharves could not bo
constructed along the island vvlioro
tho Quarantine Station now is for
lumber and conl vessels, to as to
relieve the pressure on tho wharves
oil this side of the harbor. Thai
seems, to .me, ibe plan which would
most meet the wants of a
llir volcano al Uliu k. nponci lo lit.
i . .
The tchr Jennie Walker took ln?t
wiring 10!) Portuguese 81) adult and
0 children for Hitchcock's and Wnlii.
Salinas, J lay 17. It will lie re
membered tlmt a few yeats ago there
was a cruzo nmong land-owners in
the counties bordering the bay of
San Francisco for sotting out groves
of Eucalyptus trees, and hundreds
o1' thousands of them were planted.
These trees have been found to con
lain quililics useful for a grantor
vmiety of purposes titan probably
any oilier natural product, but the
supply has so far exceeded .the de
mand tlmt most of the groves have
become burdens to their owners.
The discovery lately of tho use of
the leaves as a .steam boiler inerus
tanlpreventtvc bids fair to largely
increase tho market for them. The
greatest difUculiy that engineers have
ever found to contend with is the
formation in their boilers of an in
crustation from the solids contained
in the water. Thousands of things
have been used to prevent the for
mation of tliis "sealc," as it is com
monly called. Bran, potatoes, wood,
cobblestones, sodium, chemical com
p muds, many and varied and num
berless mechanical contrivances have
been tried, many to no purpose,
while some were found to mitigate
the evil None were found near
perfect. The incrustation eats away
the shell of boilers and is almost the
sole cause of explosions. A greater
evil, from an economical pohit of
view, is the loss of fuel, caused by
the fact that the incrustation is one
of the poorest conductors of heat.
Indeed, the consumption of fuel in
boilers badly "scaled" is increased
iu ninny cases as much as a hundred
per cent. It is estimated that the
increased cost of running locomotives
in the Middle and Western States
averages $750 per year for each
boiler. George Dovvnic of Salinas
City several months since discovered
that eucalyptus leaves removed
scales from a boiler of his. He
associated with himself Joseph Mc
Gillivray of Oakland, and they have
since made extensive experiments
and, it is claimed, with the most sa
tisfactory results. So assured are
they of the value of the discover
that they have secured patents in
the United States, Great Britain,
Germany and other countries. S.
Iu Honolulu, July 12th, the wife of M
Green, a Son. San Francisco papers
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
Friday, July 13th,
At the Pacitlc Mail Steamship Wharf,
A.t 1 p. in.
Immigrants' Surplus Stores,
Ex S. S. Hankow.
By order of 'Messrs. G. "W. Mucfarlane
& Co., Agents, the undersigned have re
ceived imtriictions to sellnv auction ut
IhoPaciuc Mail Steamship Wharf, at 1
p. m., on Friday, July lUth, the immi.
Surplus Stores and Fittings.
Soup nnd Bouilli, Codfish, Peas,
Tobacco, Baas Rice, BiPcuils,
Bbls Flour, Oatmeal, Muizcmenl,
Bagi Sugar, Olive Oil, Raisin,
Molasses, Chests Tea, Coffee, Salt,
1'epper, Vinegar, Tin Plates,
Hawaiian and Portuguese Ensigns,
Cooking Rango and Fittings, Soup,
Knh'is and Forks, Colza Oil, Shovels,
Bbls Lime, Buckets, Brooms,
Lamps, fcc, &c. Also, a largo lot
Lyons & Luvxy, Auclio-ccis.
200 bbls Eresh Lime
Ex bktno EUn,
FOB SALE IN LOTS
to suit purchasers, by
452 2t . Brewer &. Co.
HPIIREE NEATLY FURNISHED
JL ROOMS in n private family, situ,
nted within flvo minutes' vvulk of the
For particulars, enquire at this Ollleo.
3 Hasiiue W akerM
O General lresn Makers
Apply Dress Making Parlors.
150 at. li. F. EIILKRS & Co.,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
lllim W NEW GOODS!
fjV r 13
Suitable for Stock Ranches where water Is required to be rnlscd from gulches
to pasture binds for watering stock. Full particulars and estimates furnished.
Refrigerators, Brooms of superior quality.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Lubricating Oils ol ovory description al lowest markol ratos. '
Rice Cloth, Patent Bag Holders just the thing for Rico and Sugar Mlllsj "
Differential Pulley Blocks, Carriage Lamps.
New Goods oontsantly arriving.
Full lines of Plows and Agricultural Instruments,
Full assortment of Agate Iron "Ware,
Illustrated Catalogues 'on application.
Phaetone, Buggies, Wagons, &cM &c,
Manufactured with all the latest improvements.
UlnelcBinltliliifr & AVootl-vvorlc dono or ovory description.
Having the bhst mechanics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and better than any other firm in this city.
New work ani Repairing do ic wiiL complete satisfaction, or no charge mode
FOR THE LADIES!
Has Just Eeceived from Paris Direct,
53 pieces XTine DFreiioli Mci'iuo,
10 dozen Ladies' Cn-simi,-c Dolmans (bugle trimmed).
CO i ieces Silk and A'ool Poplin. ,
80 r ieces Brocaded Satin,
Black Silks, Satins & Crapes, Col'd Woollen Dress Goods
Silk Cs pes, and a line lot of Ostrich FeUhers, in all the newest and
richest colois. Come and examine them, as they must bo sold without reserve.
-,V1ho, to arrive per Stenmtslilp "llmilcow,"
now due, in part us follows:
Ladles' Black and Colored Silk Mills, Black and Colored Satins and Surah Sa'.lns, Merinos,
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, Capes and Shawls fresh from the Best Pari ian
Houses, in all the Newest Styles and Patterns. Ladies' and Children's
Lace and Lisle lloe, iu'ull shades.
For Hie Gentlemen Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing lower than any
other house in the trade. Also, a special line of C. & P. II. Terrell & Co's
Men's nnd Boy's BOUTS and SHOES, which
Will lie solrt at tho Irtiwcst jilutes to clenr o.onnlsmiicnt,
You have only to see the) goods to bu convinced that you can't do belter else
where. Visitors and friends from the otliu- Island are specially invited.
437 S. aXiiprnlu, I-Iotel St., Honolulu.
July 14th, 18811,
For the Bmefit of the Fu Ut of the
Hook aud Ladder Co., '
New Soup-, Now SoIom,
jS" ew JTarceH, IVcv Jokes.
Last Performance cf tin Season,
Secure your Tickets Early.
Reserved Seats can be secured at J. "W.
Robortso'i & Co's. 451
WILL BF PAID to any person or
persons who will give such in
formation as will lead to thu conviction
of the person or persons who obstructed
or caused to bo obstructed the roud to
Wnlklki, beyoud Sunny So.ith, by plac
ing nn ox-cart acrojs suid road on tho
night of tho 21th of May instant.
1). DAYTON, Deputy Marshal.
Honolulu, Itf-iy 25, ltW). 411
A MEETING will bo held at tho
Gymnasium Rooms, Fort street,
on FRIDAY EVENING, July lath, to
discuss tlio pronrleiy of btarting a So
ciety for tho " Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals." All persons Interested are
cordially invited to attend. 451 2t
TF YOUR HORSE IS SIOK or LAMB,
L ora-iy way-out Of order, call ou A
T. IUKB.I, ut Cipt. J. O. Clancy's .stu
ble, corner of Queen & Punchbowl sts
tSrUreaking horsoj tosuddloor cur
ringo a specialty. Satisfaction guuran
teed or no charge -120 ly
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of Hew Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of the best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER!
WHITMAN & WRIGHT
TO THE RESCUE ! .
AT the earnest solicitation of horso
owners, vvc b;ui to the Coa .t on a
First-Class Horse Ehoer,
and Floormau. Thanks to our agents, a
flrot-ila mechanic has arrived, and
comes well rocommended from
Leading Shops in the United Sla'es.
iVo have, therefore, no hesitation in
stating tlmt all horses sent to out shop
will, in futu-e, bo bhoi in the most
oientidc manner known in modern
Stock that bus been crippled by clum.
sy workmen cun now bo mado to travel,
(far away from'Soaking Stalls ni.d root
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
417 King street, Ifi nolulu.
To Kent or tcnae.
ONE COTTAGE, on 'ving 8t,
containing? rooms, with 'tab.
Hue and everv convcnlennp.
nbout 1 mile from town. Artcjluu wa
tor lald.on. Rent moderate.
L. C. A1JLE3,
443 lm At E. O. Hull & Son's
THE contents of a LARGE HOUSE
consisting of u R0oun, fully fur
nislicd and complete, now occupied ns a
Lodging House, 'situated within 5 minu.
tes walk of th'o P. O. Rent 940 month,
with 5 yeurs lease. For particulars, ap
ply to LYONS & LEVEY,
452 2vv Auctioneers, Queen street.
Just Received, thoso Desirable
The most suitable hats for thia
climate. For sale "y
275 a. M. Clegliorn & Co,