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Tt'KSDAY, REIT. 11, 1888.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Wxcelatov Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:80.
Bible Class ut Lyceum nt 7 :!50.
Children's Buiul of Hope, at Miss.
Breeze's, nl 7 :.'!().
SMOKED TO DEATH."
On Sunday uiurning while olllccr
Molirteiis whs walking through tin.
Chinese quarters he saw a cofllii in ti
house and went to see who was dead.
"While making for the door a China
mnn tried to push past him but was
held buck, mid, on entering, Mchr
tens found two Chinamen smoking
opium and guarding the dead bod.
of their countryman. The two men
with their pipes, opium and lamps
were taken to the Station House.
An examination of the body showed
that the man had died from the
effects of excessive opium smoking
and the body presented a repulsive
appearanec; the man appeared to
have wasted away until nothing was
left of him hut skin which was
d.-awn lightly over his bones. The
room, which was four by ten feet,
was Tilled with the. fumes of opium.
The body was buried later in the
This is the first case of death by
opium binokiug that has occurred
here for many years though formerly
it happened once at least in every
two weeks. Another seizure to the
credit of ollicer JMehrtens.
Fiery Flames !
His Majesty Gets First Water.
SI ortly after midnight No. 1 fire-bell
rang out the alarm and Humes were
seen mounting skyward in the direction
of the government house. Among the
first on the scene was His Majesty,
closely followed by His Excellency, .
M. Gibson; His Excellency, Governor
Dominis, Sam. Parker, Mr. Cornwell,
and a hott of others whom it was dilU.
clt to (listinuishsr. Tlio lire was fonnd
to bo in a stable belonging to Mr.
B)lsier, situated oil lib piennsesat the
corner of Merchant aud Alukea atrc ts.
Tae btuHiing wa& unoccupied except by
it, icw bales of buy which caused the
br glit flames and intense heat. Ptior to
theanlvulof ilu engines His Majesty
s uieu u small privuiu hose and turned
a itieain of water on to a burning fence
i i order to prevent the flames fiom
spreading to the neighboring building-,
H nioluhi hi cam engine No. 1 connected
first with the mains at the corner of
K ng and Hicluiid sttects. Pacific Hoe
C nnpimy was already connecteu b
fireman Hopkins, on the corner ol
Q.ieen and llicha d street; then becond
asoitiuiui Mon airat connected with Chi
na No. 1 which pumped water from the
sea. There were also present No. 4, the
Mechanics and the Hook aud Ladder
Company. Chief Nott came in by spc
ciul express and was followed by Mar
shul Mitguiro. After the hoses vcre got
t work the flic was quickly under con
t "ol, and all danger ol its spreading was
at an end by hall-past twelve. The file
men, police and some of the spectators
woikcd with a will cairyiug water and
breaking down fences that connected
the stable with cottages in the bunie
ymd. Mi. Bolster estimates his loss at
no moie than $15:, andean only nccount
tor theoiigin of the the by some per
son sleeping in the btahle and "throwing
down a match while smoking. A
singular ciicmnstanee happened during
t ic evening about 9 o'clock when a large
bone was thrown in tiic window ol a
house where a native was sleeping with
his wife. The lire was first uiscovciod
by a policeman and a Lhinninnn who
slept in one oli he cottages1. Fottunalely,
there was no wind blowing or all the
wooden cottages in the yard would have
been destroyed. His Majesty, who hud
set a good cxumplo by woiking close to
the flames, returned to the palace, ac
compnnied to the gates by Mr. Gibson,
when ubsmed that there was no furthoi
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
Goon stutdy milts hi Kohahi, Ilama-
kua, and Ililo districts.
Political matters were introduced
in the commercial article in yesterday's
Wai.ii.ua College will open on the
same clay as St. Albau's College under
the charge of two masters and a mis
tress. A nan fell off the dock on Sunday
.morning but was successfully fished out
of the water by the crew of the Kllauea
Mr. A. A. Montauo has sent to this
office a llfe-llko portrait of Her Majesty
Queen Kaplolani. It is well mo tinted
aud in a handsome frame.
Fouktkun eat cs of drunkenness nt the
Police Station on Monday morning, four
violators of the Sabbnth, two affrays,
one assault and battery, one disorderly
conduct, and two possessors of opium.
Tin; action of the Government In ro
stnlning Mr, Flowcrdew from pro.
ceedlng with the construction of street
tramways, under tho authority of the
lato Minister of the Interior, was uphold
liy the Court on the grounds that the
Minister had not the power to grant
TilKiili in 11 !-ti licit aiiiOMy llin prlnici.s
! lw Suimiiiy PPoss,
Tun entcrtalnmunt nt tho Music Hall
last night was fairly attended- Rcmnika
Ax accident occurred to .Mrs. Howler
csterday alteration on Foil street. She
mil juM driven up to a house when a
tillk wagon drove into her cariitigc
mtiihitiglt in pieces aud tluowing her
o the giouml. Fortunately, besides a
uvere "linking and InuW'ug she was
nit niou' 'iiiotwly injured.
liADii'.s 'hould pay a visit to Mr. J. T
W'atcrhouse's, Fort Street Store, where
they will find a very handsome nssoit
meiit of kcw goods. Tliu ladies and
children? bonnets and hats arc of it kind
mil quality not seen here before and the
dolman are tasteful and rich. Tills
now ribbon Is unsurpassed In Honolulu
md nothing of the kind has ever been
imported here before. It is well worth
seeing even if ladies do not wish to
TitK Matiposii sailed ycstciday shoitly ,
if tor noon. The band was on the wharf,
try the courtesy of His Excellency Go
venior Dominis, and performed very
successfully without the assistance of
Mr. Beiger. A number of visitors and
residents took passage, among whom
was Nolte who has gone to the Coast to
ibtain furnituicand fillings for his Ku.
iolani establishment. One man took
Ins wife and family on boaid but at the
last moment discovered that he had no
passpoit ; he made a rush for the Custom
House and was hauled on hoard with
the necessary doumints aftei the gang
way had been lowered.
Tuniiu was a showman who was once
wellnigh " inn down " because of men
tal projtiation, superinduced by- hard
work in his seaichcs lor one more
curiosity to bo added to his collection.
He had Icon looking lor a young mar
ricd man whose wife could cook or sew
on a button. He had ro lined through
ninny countries and still that vacancy
New postage stamps of the denomi
nations 25, RO and 100 cents are expected
from New York by the next steamer.
The twi'iity-flvc cent stamp will have a
copy of the statue Qf Kamchameha the
Gi eat, the fifty cent stamp will bear a
portrait of Lunnlilo and the hundred
cent one will bear a portiait of Queen
Emma. The Postmaster General, Hon.
II. M. Whitney has nho ordered new
stamped envelopes of the denominations
of one, two, four, five and ten cents.
The laik C.inoi us sailed yesterday
for San Pinncisco. She took 1-2,15G bg
-lUgar, 1 n-e of sewing m.u nines, 500
bdls of hoop iio i, anu 10 ib of gunny
bajrs; total domestic value $78,'J.0.U. "
The ba.ik Me of Anglesey Lroucht
IC38 pkgs of liquors, 102 tons of Ci al,
5710 rails, 210 lish plates, 1770 single
sleeper.-, -JWi double sleepers, 10,000
fire brick', ,100 casks of cement, 35 cs
of machineiy. etc. She is consigned ta
G. W MacluiIane&Co.
'the iMaripo a took 12,8 9 pkgs of
fiignr, 1237 tg- of rice, 1910 hunci.es of
liananab, 494 hides, and 200 bundles of
sugar cane: total domestic value
Schi Ehukai bro't 303 bgs Sugar.
Schr Liiku bro't 40 coids of fhe wood.
Schr Manuokawai LioughtOOO bes of
Bk Whitmore, Cnpt. It. Calhoun, nr
rived yest( rday, 8 ulays from Derarture
Bay, with 1510 tons of Wellington coal,
hc is consigned to Mcstrs. Allen & Rob
The bark.fclslo of Anglesea had fair
winds botlh at . Cape Horn and equa
tor. She is about 2C0 ft overall, about
uu it ueum, anu ny2 it urnft She was
huilt by Dobie & (Jo,, England.
No. lO Store
John TltoiiitiM Wutevlionne,
Has Just Received the following new
Ladles and Children's Hats and Bonnets,
Handsome Silk Dolmans,
IiiUe'M ami Cltildrcu'M
Buttons, .up to 82.50 per
Tabic Covers. Etc., Etc.
Some very IIunclHomc
Patterns of which aro now being
-hown at tho Amstculam Exhibition,
and arc pronounced the finest picco of
work ever produced us u Ribbon.
. lw C03
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION oxceut
or. rt'ith nealncss and dispatch at
Tub Daily Uullwin Olllce, Queeu bt.
THE ELITE PARLORS.
loo Cream and Candioa
Reecho I by Ihe S. K. "Mailpo-a"
New French Caudle", Cream ,
Chocolates, and .Jenny binds,
Japanese lionntizt Walnuts,
Ladle shopping can obtain the finest
Unvoted Ice Creittm cery day, fiom
11 o'clock. COiJlw
St. Louis College.
NOW IN C1IAUGE OF BRO. F.
Its 2nd Scholastic year
Next Monday, 10th instant.
Its plan of studies embraces nil Hie
common branches of a g-otl Christian
education, but pupils wishing to follow
a more advanced course, will find every
facility for doing so. For terms and
KEV. J! . hYI.VKSTEU,
St. Louis College
STRONG, GOOD NATURED
"WOMAN to take charge of 2 chil.
P. O. Box, 8.
Bark Isle of -A-nglescu.
CONSIGNEES by the above vessel
arc hereby requested to call at the
oillcc of thcundersignel for freight and
receive orders for their goods. The ves
sel will commence discharging this
TUESDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock
A. m. All goods left on the wharf after
4:30 1. St., will be at the risk of owners.
G. W. Macfaulake & Co.
Bark Isle of Anglescn. .
NEITHER the Ctplnin nor the n
dcrsigned will be responsible for
any debts contracted by the crow of the
above named vessel without their writ
ten orders. G W. Mackaiilane & Co.
Consignees of bark-Anglesea. 503
N OFFICE BOY who can write a
SMITH & THURS I'ON,
38 Me chant street.
IP YOUR HORSE IS SICK or LAME,
or any way out of order, call on A.
T. RAKER, at Capt. J. C. Clancy's sta
hie-, corner of Queen & Punchbowl sts.
E2f Breaking horses to saddle or car.
riage a specialty. 4 Satisfaction guaran.
Iced or no charge1 - - M20 ly
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofilcc, on Merchant stieet, (uext door
to Dr. Stangcnwald.) 495 ly
A MIDDLE-AGED woman as nurse to
two children. She must speak
English. Apply to Mrs. Ilaylev, Port
street. 502 tf
CAPTAIN E M. XORDRERG WILL
furnish BALLAST to vessels in
large or small quantities with prompt
ness and despatch. He will also take
Contracts to furnish stone to builders or
private parties. Otllce, Anchor Saloon
MEMBERS of Excolsior Lodge No.
1. 1. O. O. P. arc reque-tcd to nt.
tend the regular micting to be held
Tuesday evening, September 11th, Ib8-J.
2t 001 !. G. Jonoi, Rec. Scc'y.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale. .'
BY ORDER of A. J. C'artwright, tho
mortgavecnumed in a certain in
denturo of mortgage, dated Fob. 22nd
1H81, made by E. B. Mikalemi to Mild A.
J. Cnrtwright, wc arc directed to boll at
Public Auction, on
Saturday, September 22iul
nt 12 noon, at our Sales Room, in Hono
lulu, all tho-c certain" piece or parte's
of land situate at Kaukahokii, Knpa
hinitv, Island of Oohn. am' moie partlcu
laily described as follows:
(i) Apanu 5, 2 lot amp Kula. E hoo
maka ma ha pohnku 1 a e holo k 4.
Kom447-pauk amo Ajc 20 Kom 40
pauku pill mo Kconcula, alalia Hem
60 Kom 478 pauku pill mo John
Needtei alalia Hem 85 Hik 218 pauku
amc Hem 43 s Kom 235 pauku pili mo
Geogi Ilomu nlailu Hem 48 45 m Hik
311 pauku pili me Win. Ilebela alaila
Ak 41 45m Hik pill mo Ultra Mooino
ahiki iki hoomaka ana. He 2 35.100
Eka, and bolng tho snmc picmltej do.
scrilci in Royal Patent No. 3401 Ku
loana Helu 7081,
(2) Ekolu loi mo haliuahalo E hoomti.
kn ana miv ko kihi a o holo una Ak 47
Hik 535 pauku e pill ana iko Koktiuma
oallemCS Hik 200 pauku o plM ana
ikoKekunno AkCOo Hik 124 pauku c
pili una iko William Sumner Ak 87 Lom
45 pauku o pili una iko Wm, Sumner
Ak85 Koin 115 pauku o pili ana iko
Wm. Sumner Ak 72 Kom 805 pauku e
pill ana Iko Wm. Sumner Horn 55
Kom 100 puuku o pill ana iko I'uolo
Hem 8 Hik 100 pauku o pili ana iko
Paelo Hen 00 Kom 150 pauku e pill
ana iko Paolo, Hem 0 Kom 200 pauku
o pili ana iko Keluonui, Hem 55 Hik
23 pauku e pjli ana iko Keluonui o liiki
ike kihi muu 10 042. Eka, and being the
sumupicmho do-ciihod in Royal Pa.
tent No 3,818 Kulcuna JIolu 7,103,
Por further partinulurs apply to Cecil
I3row;i, Attorney for Mortgagee, or lo
Lyons & Levey, Au 't'rs.
$G. II. ROBERTSON,
Dravmau best teams
Hi town. Telepuoue No. 05. 15
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
J VST KECE1V13D, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
a.iiirantced to put out twice ns large a lire in half the time or any other machine
It docs not get out of order, and is always ready for me.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should linve one ,
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With large! percentage of inside space thnn nny oilier safe We atie Sole
Agents fob tuk Amove.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE. ,.
Wire Cloth, "Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, TahKsp 7
Kerosene and Llbricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to'arrivc.
Call and examine our Ifeiv Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO. i
NEW GOODS,' .
JUST RECEIVED, ex "Mariposa,"
(SELECTED BY ODll Mil. STOCKLEY) ,nt
A. W. RICHARDSON & (Jo's., I.
No. 68fFort Street.
FOR THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E. WBSEMAN,
JReal Estate Jirolcer,
Custom Ioiiho Brolier,
Employment A.g;oiit, aud
General JBusiness -A.ff ent,
Office, 27 Merchant street, ' - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
By request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
and will hereafter attend to making entries at the Custom Houseiof goods through
Power of Attorney from merchants. Our business community will find this de.
paitmeut a great source of convenience.
C"The ONLY recognized Rsal Estate Broker in this Kingdom.-
Land 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 single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromo3; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
tSTCharges always moderate. Telephone No. 172.
i 1 "
Phsetons, Buggies, Wagons, &cM &c,
Manufactured with all the latcdt improvements.
Xdaoltsmltliina; Sfc Woodwork done or ovpry Mosorlptlou.
Having tho BKsiMEcnANics I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and better than any other firm in this city.
Now work and Repairing dono witL complete satisfaction, or no charge made
FORME RLY Wl'l II M. PHILLIPS & CO.
BEGS leav to amnouncc to his nt ny patron? and the public in cencral that on
his return from the Eastern States. ho will ooen the two btorv hrioliSS
.l.uato corner of Nuuanu and Queen streets.. All nn immense ffick of iDg'
Dry and Fancy Goods, House Furnishing Goods,
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Hats and Caps,
. . Boots and Shoes.
8QUA FULL LINE OF NOTIONS "
Look out for the Opening Day.
WILLIAM J. BRYSON.
And Sheet Iron Woiko . Tanki.
and Coolers made to order. Particular
attention paid to Repair Work. Orders
left at R. Mooro's Mnchino Shop, King
street, will be promptly attended to.
A. G. ELLIS,
STOCK BROKER, will buy or sell
Plantation Stock, Bonds, and
Other Murketable Securities,
Atthelr market value for cash.
215 Ollicc with E. P. Adams, Aucl'r.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Coal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims, ' ''
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c , of the best quality,
Sold at tho lowest prices.
V ('' ''
rpVO FURNISHED ROOM3, with a
-L private family; 10 minutes from' '
the Post Office. Garden and comfprt- '
able surioundings. The rooms arc spa.
cious and lofty and well ventilated.
Particulars ut the Windsor Saloon,
Klngsk'eei. , 478
A I INE LOT OF
For Salo nt
182 a. S. CLEQUORN & CO'S