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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 22, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1 K. of P. 7:30.
Ikthul Prayer Meeting, at 7 :30.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
burvieos, at 7 :30.
A SEA STOEY.
At present there is in the Queen's
Hopital a young German named
lleinrieh Giubbnieier aged 2o years,
a native of .Seharingshausen, Hano
ver but more recently a resident of
Leuchtenburg. He has been for some
year! a ship's steward and he came
to this country on the Canopus. He
was taken to the Hospital about
three days after her arrival and has
hince made statements to the dis
penser there and finally to the
German Consul. In these statements
he accuses the Captain of the Cano
pus of extreme cruelty
and details of alleged
curing almost weekly for a period of
o months. lie states that the
Captain has kicked him, beat him on
the head and face, so that the
blood flowed, knocked him senseless,
and at all times for trifling or no
cause at all. He gives the names of
three witnesses who cm substantiate
part of his statements.
While serving on board another
ship about two years ago he fell
from a height and received injuries
to his head and leg. These may
have produced in him a tendency to
the illness he now suffers from.
It may be, too, that he exagge
rates the injuries done him, and
inay, possibly, even have invented
some of them, but it is certain that
he is in very bad health at present.
He declares that he is in bodily fear
of the Captain and is afraid to go
back in the ship with him.
The Consul for Germany, Mr.
Henry Glade, has taken the man's
statements, and will send them home
to Germany where the matter will be
fully investigated before the proper
Tuesd'iy, Aug. 21 Drunks; Pa
llia, forfeited $G bail ; Kaio, fined 65
and 1 costs ; Pan, assault and bat
tery, fined 83 and 83.10 costs; C.
Biedc, same charge fined $5 and
83.40 costs; M. Carroll, and II.
Braidwood, disorderly conduct, re
manded to 22nd ; Kamaawc, and
Kahaleanu, furious riding (1) lined
810 and S2.o0 costs; (2) forfeited
812 bail; Apau, common nuisance,
nol. pros. ; J. Kaulahea, selling
spirituous liquor without a license,
continued to 25th by request ; Lo
lam, and All in an, opium in posses
sion, remanded to 22nd ; T. Mason,
and Maiola, remanded from 20th,
n ol. pros.; T. Mason, Mainhi, Kai
na, Kimo, Kimeona, Keoni Pihi, S.
Kalua, D. Peter, A. Fernandez, S.
Apiki, and J. Harris, disorderly cou
duct, remanded to 22nd, (7 of the
defendants belong to mounted police
force) ; Ah Yin, remanded from
18th (larceny of buttons) found
guilty in 4th degree, sentenced to
two months' imprisonment at hard
labour and $1.30 costs; Appeal
noted ; Ah Yin, remanded from
18th, (opium in possession) lined
850 and sentenced to one months'
imprisonment at hard labour and
81.50 costs; (Sentence to begin at
expiration of previous one).
Stmr Jaa Mukeo brought 2,-142 huge! of
sugar, and 40 bugs of rice.
Schr Liholiho bro't 014 hgs sugar; and
the mail the Likellko failed to bring on
her last trip.
Tho Tlcsper, Revere and Lena Bweasy
cleared yesterday in ballast and stores.
They all go to the lumber regions.
Tho Jas Mukeo will sail to-morrow.
Wm. Foster has been appointed
freight clerk of tho Jas Mukeo.
Tho Revere sailed yesterday at 2
Tho rival schooners Nettie Merrill &
Ilaleukala have each a three corner flag
of three compartments; tho Nettie's is
blue, red and blue with a wllito star on
the red; tho Haleakala is red, while and
blue. Jlotli vessels sail to-morrow.
The Lelmti took on Monday a double
end boat, 25 tons burden, to be taken to
Lahalna as a frieght boat for tho Llkell
Jo and LuUua.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
Lots or sick people Doctors nil busy
The bktnc V. II. Diamond leaves for
San Francisco to-day.
An unusual ntnnbcr of people were on
the wharf yesterday to see thoLlkellke
A meeting of the Mutual Telephone
Co. will be held ul the Aimory to-nior.
iov at D p. in.
A Panorama of views around the
world will be bhown at the Y. M. 0. A.
on Saturday evening. A descriptive
lecture will be given.
A man yesterday bwnm fiom the Pen
sacola to the sehr Liholiho. "Whether
his intention was to desert or not we
could not learn last night.
AVoui) has been received from Kllauca,
Kauai, that the weather there Is charm
ing rain every day. A Chinese store
keeper has been arrested for selling
liquor without a licence.
Tim Road Supervisor is busy repair
ing the little bridges in the district. It
is a source of constant expense and he
intends, where practicable, to substitute
strong, arched culverts for them.
Yksthkday's Advertiser correspon
dent's spelling and facts arc about on a
par. It is easily seen in this unmiti
gated effusion of splenetic spite whoso
cloven hoof it is that peeps out.
CoMi'L.uxTS are already being heard
of the danger from the furious riding of
drunken .sailors. Comments on, and
comparisons with the conduct and be
havior of the crew of the last foreign
man-of-war in port the Itiujlo, are
being made, and theyaic not favorable
to our present visitors.
It may not be generally known that
it is the duty of all keepers of licensed
saloons to have any man arrested who
a disturbance on their pre.
mises or making
himself a nuisance to
others there. The law provides for this
and it is the duty of saloon-keepers to
do it. They would thus prevent many
a fight and row.
The German residents here have
written home to secure the services of a
resident pastor who will also from time
toltlmc visit Maui and Hawaii. Kauai
is at present well supplied by Mr. Rich
tcr. No answer has as yet been re
ceived but it is hoped that one will
arrive in time for Martin Luther's birth
day the 10th November.
Tan Sisters of Charity have not arrived
yet and already the purpose for which
they were sent is changed. They were
to take care of lepers, now they are to
take charge of the bringing in to the
world of young Hawailans and their
bringing up afterwards. They certainly
can't be allowed to do both at the same
time while leprosy is regarded as it is
now: "Which is it to be ?
We learn that several ladies and
gentlemen of this town purpose foiming
themselves into a new Amateur Drama,
tic Club, and giving performances fioni
time to time. They will probably begin
with "The New Magdalen" a play
founded on Wilkic Collins' novel of
that name. Their enterprise and thought
for the amusement of others deserve
On Monday night about 8 o'clock a
serious fire nearly happened in a Chinese
house on rcretanla street above Miiuna
kca street. A policeman & another native
passing by happened to notice a smell
of burning. They went into the house
and found the paper on the walls on fire
from a cooking stove 1m use in a back
room. They soon put it out thus pre
venting a serious conflagration in that
part of the town.
Correspondence is solicited on the top.
ies of the day, or what may become so.
We reserve tho right to excise purely
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opiuions expressed by our cor
Editor Bulletin. A few ladies
at the Gymnasium on Fort St. last
evening were annoyed the entire
evening by a party of young hood
lums pounding on the building,
baaing like goats, barking like dogs,
and beating on an old tin conductor,
etc, etc. They were driven from
the lower floor of the building by
these outrageous noises and took
refuge ia the room upstairs until re
lieved by the arrival of a carriage to
take tho ladies home at about 2 p.m.,
when every thing became suddenly
still. And each and every hoodlum
in the vicinity of the building would
doubtless have sworn that ha had
never burked at all; it was tho other
fellows that did it. But seriously,
is it not gotting about time these
young gentlemen ( ?) or goats, dogs,
or whatever they may call themselves,
were hauled in upon ? Or had the
gymnasium better he pulled down
for fear some one of them may hurt
himself there? The names of a por
tion of the gang arc known and will
be made known if the annoyance is
The above discloses a line of con
duet on some one's part which can
only be described as nngentlemanly
in the extreme. Ed.
SWELLS IN TRADE.
The aristocracy arc betaking
themselves to trade in England, and
the Liverpool Stock Exchange is
daily receiving an accession to its
ranks from that quarter. The latest
arrival is Hon. Frederick Ponsonby,
the third son of 13aron de Manley, an
Eton boy and a 1). C. L. of Oxford.
The Stock Exchange, it is said, does
not care for its aristocratic adherents,
and, at all events, refuses to give
them their titles. When Rothschild
sent over tho other day for Lord
Waller Campbell, the porter heard
the request for him by his title as
almost an insult to the' democracy of
the place. 'Lord Walter Campbell?'
said he. 'We've got no lords hero.'
and then shouted, 'Walter Campbell's'
wanted !' Melbourne Bulletin.
Japanese Cruelty. In Dr. Dresser's
work on Japan, he gives the follow
ing instance of the insensibility to
the infliction of suffering which the
Japanese share with the races of
Eastern Asia: "Resting on a large
Cutane dish is a mat formed Qf
rounds of glass held together by
plaited threads, on which is a living
lish with gills and mouth moving
regularly ; at its back liscs a bank of
white shreds resembling damp is
inglass, but in reality a colourless
seaweed, while the fish itself rests
on green algce. In front is a pile of
small slices of raw fish garnished
with a radiating tuft of variegated
bamboo leaves. A portion of the
raw fish from the pile in front of the
living victim is now placed on a
saucer and passed to one guest, and
so with the rest, till the pile is
consumed. Then, to my disgust,
the serving-maid, not having enough
in the pile for all, raised the skin of
the upper side of the. fish, which I
now saw was already loose, and
simnlv picked up slice after slice
from the living creature, which,
although alive, had been already
carved ; nay,- even the pile of fish
already served consisted qf the lower
half of the creature's body. There
is a refinement of barbaric cruelty in
all this which contrasts strangely
with the geniality and loving nature
of the Japanese, for with consum
mate skill the1 fish lias been so carved
that no Vital part has been touched ;
the heart, the gills, the liver, and
the stomach are left intact, while the
damp algai on which the fish rests
suffice to keep the lungs in action.
The miserable object with lustrous
eye looks upon us while we consume
its own body ; and rarely is it given
to any creature to put in a living
presence at its own entombment;
but, if being eaten is to be buried,
this most miserable of victims to
man's sensual pleasure actually en
joyed (?) that rarest of opportuni
ties. This cruelty is practised only
by the rich." Australasian.
Mr. Jay Gould's yacht the At
lanta has run at a rate of seventeen
knots an hour. No yacht is known
to have so high a speqd, and only a
couple o'f steamers arc so fast.
Mutual Telephone Co.
A MEETING of the subscriberrs to
. the Stock of the Mutual Telephone
Co. will bo held at the Arniorv. on
THURSDAY, AUG. 23rd, at 8 p m.
Adoption of Charter anu iiy-laws and
Election of Officers.
480 2t PER ORDER
LOVEJOY & CO..
Importers and Jobbers of
8 and 10 Merchaht Street.
BSpTcl ephone No. H08. 481 lm
C.vrr. E. M. Nohdhehg, : : Proprietor
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
Tho finost and choicest brands of Liquors,
Wines, Alos, Spirits, and Cigars,
Kept on hnnd (483 lm) Give mo a call
TO LET, corner of Queen and Punch,
457 tf Apply on the Premises.
ONE HOOM', suitable either for a
lady or gentleman. Pleabant and
quiet locality, about lO minutes walk
from town. Apply this office. 48 tf
AGO TT A G E, containing
sitting room, largo bedroom,
and dressing room, furnished.
. .. ..... ' .-.
wiui mo oi uitciion, it required. jsu
quire at 140 (Juecn bt. 484 lw
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN IF NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a Are in half the time of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, andjs always ready for use". "
Every residence, SugKr Mill and Stoic should have one.
Magileso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
, Absolutely flrc-proof. , . (i , ,
With larger percentage of inside space than any other safe We are Sole
' Agents koii the Above.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages, n -
Barb Fencing: Wire, Pumps, Windwillsj j -Tanks,-
Kerosene and Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and lovnrrIvc.
Call and examine
GRAND DISPLAY OF
FANCY AND DRY GOODS
A. M. Mellis',
NOW READY TO SHOW
the public the Finest and Best Selected
Stock ever exhibited in this Kingdom,
at astonishingly Low Prices. Read the
following, call and be convinced. -
For want of spaco I quote but few of
the One Thousand Bargains now on
Pure SilkMoirc3, all shades, $liG0
worth 3 00
Pure Brocades, leading bhades 0 GO
worm x wt)
Eine Satins . 1 00
Fine Figured Sateens 0 GO
worth 0 75
Calico choice patterns, 15 yards for 1 00
Tremendous Bargains in
Hosiery and Underwear. .
Real Lisle Thread IIosc, all shades 0 50
B.il. Hose, silk clokged, f. f 0 35
Fancy col. hose, from 0 15
Lulies' Embr. Chemise 0 50
Ladie3' skirts, "with ruffies & tucks 1 00
Ladies' night gowns, good quality. 1 00
Also, an immense assortment of Lace
Goods, Fichus, Gloves, Mitts,;&c. '
A NEW PROCLAMATION
Real Instate JBroltcei. '
Ouwtoiii lioxxso Urolcei,
Hhiiploymeiii Vfront, uiitl
Greiioral Business Agout,
Office, 27 Merchantlstreet, - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
jgBy request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
and will hereafter attend to makingentries at the Custom House of goods through
Power of Attorney from merchants'.' Our business community will find this de.
partinent a great source of co lvcniencc. '
ILSThe ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom.raf
Laud and property for sale In all-parts of Honolulu and thevarlous.Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu. J
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, "with
18 Chromos; subscription 1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in tho World.
egrcharges always moderate.
For the 1 ,000,000,
AJLX, colobs -AJXiD SIZES,
FOR SALE AT
A. W. RICHARDSON & Go's.,
ISo. G8 lTox-L Street.
i-nBeions, Buggies, Wagons, &cM &c,
Manufactured with aU the latest improvements. '' ,- k
XlltvolcHmltlilnK 'Woodwork lono of every Idcsorlimon
Having the uest mechanics I am enabled to do work ? '
Cheaper and better than any other firm in thisleity ,
New work ami Repairing done with complete satisfaction, or no charge made '' '
DILLINGHAM & CO.
104. Fort Street.
IN GENTS GOODS
I have a full line of '
Fine unlaundcred shirts .'$1 00
Fine pcrcale'shirls from, .'.. .. 1 00
Fine undershirts, from' 0 25
Fancy half hose, from 0 15
Faiicy'.luilMibse, full finish, from. '0 85
Fine brocaded suspenders, from... 2 GO
Fine Byciolc shirts, from.. . ". 1 00
Fine G. Silk handkerchiefs, from.. 0 75
Fine G. Bathing suits, from l 75
Fine Silk. Alpaca Coats 8 50
Drill suluyfor painters.. 1 25
A full assortment of Ties, Scarfs,
A NEW ADDITION'!
I have also added to my establishment
a FIRS tf CLASS' MILLINER, just ar
rived from the Coast, who will trim
hats to order, and also wait upon the
wants of my customers in the Ladies
-Telephone No. 172.
- IDDEOIY ' WEST
HAS JUST RECEIVED
our Neiv Goods.
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims, l
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of tho best quality,
Sold at the lpyest prices.
CUT-TINDER' n A -R-RT A ti-va '