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THURSDAY, SEPT. G, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Regular Cash Sale at Sales Room,
of Lyons & Lovoy at 10 o'clock.
Hose Crox No. I, 7:30.
During the month of August sonic
new books have been purchased for
the use of subscribers to the Hono
lulu Library and Heading ltooms.
Among them arc Kinlcy Hollow,
Lorna Doone, Tlio Gcntlo Savago,
Tlic Peaks in Darien, The Romantic
.School, Fathers and Sons, The Ad
miral's Ward, Figures of the Past
and a Woman's thoughts about Wo
men. The proprietor of the Daily Bulle
tin presented a bound volume of
that paper from 1st February to It 1st
July 1883. Mr. S. N. Emerson also
presented a number of books such
as Memoir of Reginald Ilcbcr, The
Youth's Book of Gems, Lectures to
Youg Men, The Last Warning Cry,
Rural Life, Twenty Years ago aud
now, Cosmos, The Christian Con
Tlic Library is always open to
strangers who are gladly welcomed.
Stmr Iwnliuu" brought 2,195 buys of
sugar, nnd 20 head of entile.
Thcbglnc W. II. Meyer Cnpt. .1. L.
Dclimy 15 days from S. P. She hud
light Ninthly winds nil the way, she
arrived ycsleiday with 70 sks of bone
meal, 11 case! of sowing machine?, 100
sks of brim, 100 sks of oats, 400 bales of
bay, 100 sks of barley, ICO sks of Hour,
45 tons of band, and :200 bbls of salmon,
etc., She is consigned to C. Brewer &
Co., and Is at the Agents' whurf.
Tins Elslnorc sailed yesterday at 2:45
for San Francisco. Shu took 1,!170 bngss
of sumir, 1.010 bnjrs of rice, 1,577 hairs
of paddy, (' pkjjs of old furniture, I bag
of coffee, 2n pi
Kon wootl, 100
eases ot .inpan lea.
The steam scow was on the Marino
Hallway yesterday, having her ma
chinery put in.
Tlic Canopus received some sugar
yesterday brought by the Iwnlanl.
Tildas. Mnkco will take to-day the
material for u bridge at the Waialun
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS
Miss Berry's school his already
1850. She had been ailing for sonic lime
and her death was not altogether un
expected, llcr lniobaml, Mr. Joseph
Irwin, died on 25lh July 1871 and was
sixty seven years of age. All the ships
In port bad their flags loweictl to half
mast high ysstcnliiy nnd the funeral
which took place In the afternoon was
veiy lnrgely nttentlctl. Most of the
lending business houses were closed
during the afternoon as ii mark of res
pect. lli Honor Mr. Justice .ludd returned
yesterday from his three week's holiday
trip round this Island. He speaks In
the highest terms of the kindness shown
to liiin by every body who placed every
thing at the dlsposnl of himself nnd
family; the mounted police were
especially attentive and escorted him
during his peregrinations. The conn
try, alter the recent rains, has been
looking beautifully fresh and green;
plenty of bathing, good living, good
faceuery nnd chunge ot air have induced
His Honor to pronounco a trip round
OkIiu ns prcfcrnblc to a visit to Mnul or
Who will no round the world
Monday night nt the Music Hall ?
It still rains in Knit. Hnnunpo mill
is grinding with good result.'.
Dit. Pnrkcr is said to have had gioat
experience in leprosy.
Mr. Purnenux lias secured sonic ex
cellent pictures of the active volcano.
A TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.
A meeting was held on Tuesday
night at Miss Breeze's house to in
augurate a new Temperance Society
for young people. Quite a number
of persons were present among them
being thirty children. The follow
ing officers were elected : Anna J.
Breeze, Superintendent ; James
Nott, Assistant Superintendent ; O.
C. Swain, Recording Secretary ; C.
W. Hart, Corresponding Secretary ;
F. E. Otto, Treasurer ; Thomas
Nott, and Edward Brims, Ushers.
The Rev. G. Wallace officiated as
chaplain of the meeting. A literary
committee, Mrs. Moore, and Bliss
Emerich, aud a Musical Committee,
Miss Moore and Miss Otto, were
appointed to arrange programmes
for the regular Tuesday evening
meetings of the Society. Mr. Clark
and Mr. B. F. Burgess, were ap
pointed a committee on printing.
The name of the Society was not
finally agreed upon but fifty mem
bers signed the oath that was read
to them by the Superintendent and
promised to obstain from the use of
The injunction ngninst Mr. Plowerdcw.
will be heard in the Supreme Court at
10 o'clock to-morrow.
Messrs. Lyons and Levey hold their
regular weekly sale of general merchan
dise at 10 o'clock to-day.
Palmer & Timelier received a large
invoice of Lundborg's Perfumery,
Drugs, etc., by the Maripo?a.
It was stated in town yesterdny that
tlic Government intend to oiler a reward
for the discovery of the person that
gave a copy of the prole jt to the Gazelle.
The Planters Monthly for September
points out the importance of the plant
ing interest to the welfare nnd good nd
ministration of public uilairs in this
MONDAY, SIH'T. 3ltD.
Eleven cases of drunkenness were
disposed of as usual.
S. Kolua, forfeited a 810 bail,
for disturbing tlic quiet of the night.
Keopuhiwa, Josia andElisai, were
each lined S5, and costs SI, for
violating hack rule No. 4.
J. Watson, churged with neglect
ing to maintain, provido for and
support his wife became reconciled
to her, nnd paid S3 costs.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 4TH.
Three cases of drunkenness were
Juss Long, charged with demanding
more than his legal fare as a hack
driver and using abusive language,
was remanded to Sept. 5th.
In the case of Ah Gim, charged
with driving without lights a nol
jtros. was entered.
J. W. Lincoln, charged with as
sault and battery pleaded .guilty.
Fine $5 and costs $1.
Lauraoon, Ah Man, and Ah
Chong, charged with having opium
in their possession were remanded.
Naonc, and Kaululeliua, each for
feited their bail of $10 on a .charge
WJ'.DNLSDAY, SKIT. OTH.
Four cases of drunkenness were
Keako, and Kalunhinc, were
charged with adultery and lined 30
and 810 respectively with costs SI
A nol. pros, was entered against
Guhs Long charged with violating
the Express Regulations.
Ah Chuck, charged with possess
ing opium was fined 100 and costs
83,-K) ami bontonced to a month's
hurt! labor, Appiml noted,
Ah Man, juWlwl guilty to a siim
Jnr oliiu't'o and wiih lined 850, coats
81i nnd I inontli'H lmi'd labor,
All Clioiitfi for tlio Niimu ofl'unop
wiw not' in'OMuiiilodi
Tin' Gwft Mftomiipv i wmIyhiI yi'stiT
iluy mi Dilliilul uupy- f 'tub I'lwiWi
A strong nnd handsome bridge is to
be erected over the Wnialua on Kauai,
the material for it came on the Mariposa
nnd the work will be superintended by
Mr. Butler of the Pacille Bridge Com-
In the account of the trial trip of the
Kinau published in ycsteidiy's issue, it
inadvertently omitted to give the name
nnd dnte of the pnper from which tlic
report was taken. It was the Philadel
phia Record of August 19th, which was
kindly lent by the Hon. S. G. Wilder.
At a meeting of tlio Women's Board
of Mission held on Tuesday afternoon,
Mr. Frank Damon gave an outline of
his proposed trip to China, and thanked
the Board for their contribution of 800
towards the expenses of the Kohala Chi
nese Church; Mrs. Dimond also gave
$35 to the same church for the purchase
of a Communion Set.
The sole topic of conversation yester
day wns the protest of Ills Majesty, on
behalf of the islands of the Pacific, as
published in the Gazette. The only
opinions expressed, were ridicule at the
document and regret that His Majesty
should have been Induced to take such
an injudicious step.
Mrs. Langtry is to do Australia next
year on an engagement of sixteen weeks,
beginning in Melbourne in July. It is
announced that she will receive n salary
of nearly forty thousand dollars for the
round trip. Doubtless her Australia
inanngcr, who is an old hand at the
Autipodean bellows expects to make
fully one hafl as much. It is evident
that there is a scheme afoot to bankrupt
A meeting of tlic members of tlic Myr
tle Rowing Club wns held on Tuesday
evening when the following officers
were elected: Jas. Torhert, Captain; W.
Monsnrrat, Assistant Cnptuin; A.Brown,
Secretary; A. Robertson, Treasurer.
The following new members were
elected; W. G. Ashley, "VV. F. Love, II.
Hubbard. The club hope shortly to
build a new boat-house, twice tlio size
of tlio present one, if they can obtain
sulllcient funds for the purpose.
At llilu last night No. 1 Fire Bell
rang out its dolorous alarm. Tlio fire
turned out to bo in Mr. Frank Fruit's
yard, oii'Dorutniiin street, where a largo
heap of rubbish had been set alight by
some person. The blaze for a shoit
tlmo wns very fierce, but Itwusfoitu
nntoly got quickly under uoutiol.
The wnter supply was noxt to nothing
so that the hoses on Iho promises wore
IMiiollaitlly uHoltiHs, KnglooH No 1 and
No, f, oillutir Mulirluns (who forbndo
further ringing of Hip bulls until do
Unite Infonimtlwi UN to the Urn wiih oh.
Iiilnutl) Mr. lioss, tmino HlMlVPB, mini
with n milium, and rcprvountuUvua of
Hid (jatrtto mm IliJM.nTiN woiu tint only
piiuphnNlionnlvDiliil iliu wim of ilio
Mil". Irwin, win) iileil nt hur umiU
riifelilDiwn m Wiilblhl mi Timsiliiy uvun
lujfitimiiv ly llniiultilu uijuni lljuyir
THE OTHER ISLANDS.
From Our Own Correspondents.
Three years ago Mr. Wm. Cum
miugs the present manager and prin
cipal stock holder of the Reciprocity
Sugar Co. bought a 34 year's lease of
Kahoolawe from Judge Allen aud at
once put stock on it. Mr. Cum
mings purchase of this lease was a
blind venture as he had never visited
the Island and knew nothing of it
except from the representations of
parties interested in negotiating for
the oalc of it. However the venture
has proved a success and instead of
having a white elephant on his hands
as was predicted he has in Kahoo
lawe one of the finest stock ranches
in this Kingdom. I embarked in a
whale boat at Maalaea Bay and after
a pleasant sail of about four hours
we ran into the prettiest harbor I
have seen on any of the Island coasts.
The harbor is large and sheltered
and a large vessel can moorc within,
a stone's throw of the shore ; the Li-
kelike called in there to leave stock.
On going ashore I found three very
comfortable wooden houses and one
grass house. Also from four to five
hundred head of cattle, among which
are three imported bulls of the short
horned Durham breed, thirty head
of horses and brood marcs and an
imported 1-lamiltonian stallion, all in
good order. There are on that Is
land from eight to ten thousand
goats, and about two thousand sheep
as fat as butter and of an enormous
size. The Island itself consists of
32,000 acres 22i000- of -which are
superior to any grazing land on the
Island of Maui. Notwithstanding
the long dry 'spell iwe have had the
grass there is luxuriant and abun
dant. There are-' two inexhaustable
wells which were at first brackish but
after pumping for 'a few minutes the
water is as sweet and good as an'
mountain water. The top ridge of
the Island is an immense Hat plane
and it is at present entirely bare but
at a comparatively small expense
grass can be grown over the whole
On my return to Maui I journeyed
along the windward coast and
stopped at Kaupo another fine stock
ranch of 12,000 acres owned by Mr.
Cummings and well stocked with
cattle, mules and horses ; he is also
one of the largest planters for the
Wailuku Sugar Co. and has large
taro lands in Wailuku which yield
and bid fair to make him one of the
wealthiest half-whites in Hawaii nei.
The weather for the past week in
this district has been unusually cold
and wet, there have not been such
heavy rains for years ; the roads are
in a very bad condition. Riding
along the other day I noticed a Chi
naman carrying a lunchpail in one
hand and throwing loose stones off
the road with the other and en
quired what he was doing ; he in
formed me that he had a conclaUt
for repairing the roads from Paau
hau to Ookala a distance of 16 miles,
it is hoped that our ends of the dis
trict may bo similarly 'blest with
another " Concluder."
The Village Blacksmith under
took to chastise a colored gentleman
the other day but very soon found
out that he hud tackled tlio wrong
Auotion Sales by Lyons & Levey,
This Dtiy, Thursday,
Sept. 0, nt 10 a.m.
Kegular Cash Sale
Snrjnr, Flour, Onions, Potatoes,
o,o iiNior iMiiitt
Fur iiounimt nf wlmin It inny mwh
iAIiHQi 1 1 1
Odd mm, Hurts mill llurnt'M,
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
JUST KKCK1VMD, IX VOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice ns large a lire in half the time of any other mnchlnc.
It does not get out of order, nnd is nlwnys rendy for lue.
Every ic?idcnce, Sugar Mill nnd Store should linve one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With large: percculngo of inside spaco than any other safe Wk Ann Hole
AOENTS FOn THE ABOVE.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wiro Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages, '
t. Barl) Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,. ..
Kerosene and Libricnting Oils n specinlty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our Neiu Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Shoe & Clothing Sale
A. M. Mellis', : : : : : 104 Fort Street.
Commencing This Day.
On account of retiring from this branch of
business, I will sell my entire stock of
Ladies', Gent's, and Children's
Shoes, and Men's and
Regardless of Cost !
NEW GOODS, '
JUST KEUEIVEI, ex "Mariposa,"
(SELECTED BV OUIl Jilt. STOCKLEY) at
A. W. RICHARDSON & Go's.,
jVo. ITorL Street.
FOR THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Real Eh tut e Broker,
Custom I-Ioumc Broker,
Employment Vgyoiit, aud
General BimiucHH .Agent,
Oillee, 27 Merchant street, - . Hawniinn Gazette Block.
By request, I have added to my business that of n CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
and will hereafter attend to making entries nt the Custom House of goods through
Tower of Attorney from merchants. Our business community will find this do.
pnrtment n great source of convenience.
GSThe ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom.-
Laud and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands,
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or Bingle, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
urawn. Agent tor v lottery's monthly Jnresirtu Magazine nnd Visitor, with
18 Ohromos; subscription $1.25 por year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in tlio World.
Uncharges always moderate. CSTTolcphono No. 172.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Hpokus, Rims,
l'elloos, Hubs, Shnfts, &o., of the best quullly,
Sold at Urn lowest prices,
PheetonB, Bugglei, Wagons, &o.f &o.f
Miiimfiuitnn'il with nil tlm lutM lmnoYmouts,
-llliii)ciHinUiW V" "WiMMtwoi'l flMito ' nvm-y ;m)wm'liMou
HiiYing Dm ni;T,Mi.f iiamch I inn miulilml in do work
UImjwmh' iiimI imMw Mum liny olliov firm l OiIh ulfy
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