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M()M)AY, OCT. 1, 188!$.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Meeting Stock KNcliange, t 11.
Mr. Attains will sell at 12 noon at
Kales room, native bred mules, etc.
llannonv Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:510'
Algnrol.ii Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7:510'
Electing Kngine Co. No. 1 , 7 :80.
Hawaiian Lodge, K. & A.M., 7510
Myrllo lioul Club. 7:510.
Meeting, Humane .Society, 7:510.
HIS REMARKS ON BOARD THE
We have received permission to
publish the following statement of
Captain Bradley, late commander of
the Madras, which has been received
from him :
Saturday, Kept. 8th, at 53 :530, p.m.
let go from the dock and proceeded
1o sea, Pilot in charge at 5:12 p.m.
when about to discharge the Pilot
into the Pilot schooner, Robert
Amon, Chief Mate came on to the
bridge, I told him that I did not in
tend to allow him to cat at the cabin
table any more but that lie would
get his meals in his own room,
Amon at once commenced to use abu
sive language to me when I told him
to stop it had to leave the biidge,
Anion refused to do so by saying
"I shan't'. I then went up to him
with intention of putting him off the
bridge when he made a grab at my
beard and a blow on my face which
I dodged loosing my cap, I then ad
ministered a chastisement to him,
Amon at the same time trying to get
the best of me which he failed to do.
I again ordered him off the bridge,
and had to put him off using no
more force than was necessary, I
then went aft and wrote out a state
ment of this whole affair and asked
the Pilot who was on the bridge, also
the third mate who was at the wheel
to sign it if they thought it was a
correct one, which they did; after
discharging the Pilot into the cutter
I rang the- telegraph to proceed full
speed ahead, the first Engineer
Cotton immediatelv came on
to the bridge and asked me
if that signal " refering to the tele
graph," meant to proceed on the
voyage, I" replied yes he then
said that the" engines would not be
moved unless to go back to Frisco.
I cautioned him that the mate's
business had nothing to do with him ;
I then made sail on the ship aud
while doing so called the engineer
aft and ordered the first engineer to
proceed on the voyage by working
the engines, he positively refused to
obey me ; I then gave the same order
to his 2d and to the 3d engineers,
and they likewise refused to proceed
or move the engines and they then
While setting the main-topsail I
observed the ship working astern,
I went to the engine room and found
the enginne working astern ; I then
went down on to the platform and
found the three engineers all there ;
I ordered Cotton. to stop the en
gines, he refused to do so, I then
turned round to the 2d and repeated
my order to him he also refused to
obey me, I then went on deck and
took in the main-topsail and made
it fast, and let the ship drive, taking
soundings occasionally and at 9 :40
p.m. the weather coming in foggy. I
let go the anchor in 1G fathoms f car
ina the shin would drive on to Cape
St: Pedro ; Immediately after I took
in the main-topsail the engines
After coming to an anchor I set a
sea watch, the 2nd mate going off
duty when the Engineers refused to
proceed, Sunday Sept. 0th coming
with a think fog at p.m. the Tug
Boat Monarch with Pilot; McNeil
came alongside and asked if I
wanted anything I desired him to
report to the British consul the state
& of affairs on board and to ask him
to send me off three engineers who
woultl take charge of the engines,
Pilot McNeil replied he would and
then steamed away to port latter
part of the day hazy.
At 0:40 p.m. the chaiu of the
windlass carried away and the cable
liegan to run out, I went forward
and found Amon with a lamp and
lever in his hand, I took them from
hira and ordered him away and
secured the cable. Amon went aft and
again caino forward I repeated my
order to him, when he replied "all
right mind you said so" foggy
throughout the night.
Monday Sept. 10th commencing
with foggy weather. At 1 p.m. the
Tug Boat Wizard came alongside
and asked if he could do anything
for mo I sent dispatch to the British
Consul and a copy of these remarks,
also asking for three engineers to
take charge of the engines; 8:80
p.m. British Consul, Mr, Lend,
Captains Kmart, Freeman and
pilot Krecman arrived to enquire into
the proceedings on board, resulting
in engineers positively refusing to
go to sea in the ship, so J proposed to
go out, sooner than take them on
under arrest to Hongkong, which
proposition is agreed to by all
The He of Anglesea will nll to-nior-row.
The C. O. Whltinoro "idled on Satur
day to ballast mill stores. She will
return with a load of lumber for Allen &
The Hgtne'W. G. Irwin sailed Sept 251
for S. F. bhe took 1,12 bags of sugar,
1)18 Kegs of .sugar, 1,2.7 bsij; of rice, ami
148 bags of awa root. Total domestic
StmrU.lt. Bishop brought 802 bags
of sugar, 81 bags of lieu, 15 hides, and
1 bundle of goat skins
Stmr Waioll brought 825 bags sugar.
The schooner Mile Morris Is being
Schr AVailelc brought .100 bags sugar.
Mr. Sorrcnson lias the contract to re.
pair the bark O. S. llulbeil. Work will
Dcgin to-day under the supervision ol
Stmr Likelikc brought 123(5 bags of
sugar, 40 head rattle, 10 calves.
The Ciiy of New York left San Fran
cibco Sept 23, at 3 a.m. ami arrived at
Honolulu Sept 5J0, at 12-bO noon. She
lell for Australia at 8 o'clock this a.m.
LOCAL & CEMERAL NEWS
Finu weather on Kauai.
New Year commences
Tun new, wharf at Waimca will lie
completed in it fortnight.
mer iV Ti.acher's.
on draught at Pal
Tin: Band boys' well earned holiday
is at an end. Give us a concert.
A dividend of $3 per share on C. Bre
'wer & Co's stock is now payable at their
Dnon.KU Minah on to.ibt is us good as
quail in the same position, so says an
Mrsshs. Ilofl'schlaegcr & Go. have
just received some now .Brussels carpels,
rues and mats.
- . -.
Tin: Bulletin has received over fifty
new town subscribers during the month
Waimea mill has s opped grisding
for a few days owing to the roller be
A girl named Anna Nott, when bath
ing recently at Kapcna falls, fell on a
rock and injured her ancle.
Tin:, quarterly meeting of the Humane
Society will be held this evening in the
Y. At. C. A. hall at hall-past seven.
A dividend ot $2.50 per shaie on Ha
waiian Agriculluial Co's stock is now
payable at Messrs. C. Brewer & Co's.
A quantity of coin will bo taken to
day by the Madras for Hongkong. It
has been shipped by Chinese residents.
Economy Is Uncle Sam's motto. See
Consul McKinley's Hag. Won't Ameri
can lesidents subscribe for a new one?
A li:gi: piece of iron fell on the finger
of a sailor of the Isle of Anglesea on
Fiiday, smashing it so badly that it had
to be amputated.
It is probable that a Social Enter
tainment will be given in the Y. M. C.
A. hull on Thursday week for the pur
pose of laising money to pay for altera
lions to the building.
Dn. Ilugan met with an accident on
Thursday afternoon when riding. His
horse turned a corner very sharply and
jammed tho doctor's knee against a pool
throwiug him lo the ground. He vill
be laid up" for about a week.
Tin: committee appointed at the Y.
M. C. A. meeting have decided upon a
musical and literary entertainment for
Thursday evening next. There will be
recitations, readings, music, singing
aud short addresses.
, .i ' i rT i -t i
TiiK crew of the schooner Lhukai had
n water lignt on I'liuay morning as a
little pastime, deluging each other with
buckets of water. The Police and n
large crowd were attracted by their
yells but found it was only fun.
His Excellency the Governor returned
to town on Friday night, having enjoyed
some good duck shooting on the other
side. With philanthropic motives intent
tho Governor is raising a subscription
for some of the ill-clad folks over theio.
Tub postage on letters to the Colonics
is twelve cents per half ounce and not
ten cents. A number of letters with the
latter amount of postage weio detained
by the authorities on Sutu day but an
old Colonial paid up tho deficiency aud
they have gone along.
In tho Australasian of September 1st
an account is given of the grounding of
the steamer Itotoiniiliuuu, the iinest In
tercolonial passenger boat, in exactly
the same spot where tho Tararua was
totally wrecked two and a half years
ago. It is said that ' nothing but the
material of her conntrwtloii- milled steel
could have sustained with so little
damage such a terrillc battering as her
bottom received from the sharp and
jagged rocks off tho fatal Waipapapa
Point j and but for her having u double
bottom, it is more than likely even these
comparatively slight injuries would have
A theatrical panic occurred in the Chi.
nesc theater on Friday night, when ouo
of the lamps suspended from tho coiling
fell to the iloor. A rush was immediate.'
y mude for the door, but, though sove.
raj men were badly crushed, there were
no b Tiotu iiiiules. The the was extin.
qulshed without dnuiago to the build
ing. The Mariposa made her last trip
to the Coast in G." days.
Nearly 100 Chinamen arrived by
the City of New York.
Judge Hickerton, Mr. W. Pllugcr,
and Mr. Cassidy have iclurned.
Dr. Thornton, Bishop of Ballarat,
Victoria, preached at St. Andrews,
Dr. Trask, of the City of New
York, died when three days out from
The Alameda arrived in Kan Fran
cisco just as the City of New York
The report of the Commissioners
to investigate Belmont's charges
concerning Hawaiian sugars is fa
vorable to this country.
The steamer Ilansa was lost with
all hands on board while going from
London to. Montreal, Canada. It is
supposed that she struclc an iceberg.
John Richardson was honorably
acquitted at the Circuit Court on
maui. lie proved an alibi on June
11, tho day on which he was accus
ed of taking a bribe.
Mr. E. O. Hall died at Falmouth,
Maine, at midnight on Sept. 19th,
of asthma, at the age of 72 years
and 11 months. .Mr. Hall left Ho
nolulu in May, and intended to re
turn next mouth. He was seized
with a severe attack of asthma whilst
in California, but, recovering some
what, he proceeded East. Mrs.
Hall is expected to arrive In Hono
lulu on the Mariposa. The relatives
of the late Mr. Hall have our deep
est sympathy as well as that of the
A lament on a celebiated Honolulu
dog who came to an untimely end in a
Alas, poor Towser 's make
Of dogs the most "unlucky;
His bark is now forever pan
My " Too'llc-um-boo,"
My " fluckie." Communicated.
At Falmouth, Maine. U. S. A., Sept.
19th, of asthma, E. G. Hall, late of llo
nolulu. AUfJTiON"SALE""BY e7p7aDAMS.
Mules,. Mules !
Oct. 1st, at 12 o'clock noon, at Salesroom
Well broken to saddle,
SOUND AND FAST
I Jjarg'e Cal. Carriage horse
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
THE ASSIGNEES' PALE OF THE
Estate of Lee Chat, erroneously
"Will take place on
Wednesday, October 3d,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Salesroom
8t 515 E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
Engine Co. Kb. 1.
THE REGULAR MEETING of the
members of this Company will
take place TILS EVENING. Mondav.
October 1st, at 7:30 o'clock. AIL mem-
hon nro ra.UC3tcd t0 bc in attendance as
uusiness ol importance will come up
lieloie thc'inecting. Pjjk Oiideii.
THERE WILL bc a dividend of $2.50
per share, payable to the stock
holders of Hawaiian Agricultural fctock
Company on MONDAY, October 1, 1883,
at the olllce of C. Brewer & Co. 520 It
A DIVIDEND OP $3 per shnre on
C. Hi ewer & Co.'s Stock will be
paid at the olllce of O. Drawer & Co., on
MONDAY, October 1, 1883. 520 It
.1 AMISS H. J1AKJLOK.
BEGS TO INFORM HIS NUMER
OUS friends, and the public gen
orally, that ho can now bo found at the
J.iy Horse pieuiises, where ho will
attend to all horses, cither lame or sick.
A very Superior Lot of
Of the latest and most fashionable
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
.H'ST KI'.Ct21V121. IXYOICWM OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a lire in half the time of any other machine.
It does not get oat of order, and is always ready for inc.
Every resilience, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one.
Hagneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
Absolutely lire-proof. A
With large! percentage of inside space than any other safe We aiie Sole
Agents Koii Tin: Aiiove.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wive, Pumps, Winclwills, Tanks,
Kerosene and Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine
Gazette Block, No. 25 Merchant Street,
Have received Consignments of New Goods,
Paper of every Conceivable Kind,
Memorandum blocks, Blank Books, Inkstands, letter scales,
Mucilage, Copy Books, Pons and Holdors, Envelopes, Drawing Papor, Memo
randum Books, Loilor Presses, and Invitation Paper, Carter's Violot and In
delible Inks; Arnold's and Stafford's. Basoballs and Bats. Pocket
Knives, Birthday Cards.
Red Rubber Stamp Agency.'
NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS.
Every MAGAZINE and PAPER published IN THE WORLD can be
OBTAINED fiom OAT, or he will tend for them.
Have on Hand
New Foreign and Home Made Jewelry, "Watches,
Bracelets, Necklets, Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
AND ORNAMENTS OF ALL KINDS.
. Silver and Gold Plate, Elegant Tea-Sets, In Solid Silver.
Suitable for Presentation.
W Native Jewelry a Specialty .jg-s
Repairing and Mending in all its Branches.
The Sole Areut for Klnf's Celebrated Bye Preservers
JUST REDEIVJEB, ex "Mariposa,"
(selected uy ouh nit. bto'ckLev) at
A. W. RICHARDSON & Co's.,
ISo. G JTovL Street.
FOR THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Xleol EHinte JBirolccr,
Cum Loin. House Broker,
JSmployiiieut. Ajjout, and
Ooiiex-ul I3uNiueMS .A.goiit
Offiee, 27 Jlerchant street, . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
By request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
and will hereafter attend to making cntrie at tho Custom House of goods through
Power of Attorney from mcrehants. Our business community will llnd this do.
purtinent a great source of convenience.
CSThe ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom.sa
Laud nnd propeity 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 Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine und Visitor, with
18 Cliromos; subscription $1.23 per year. Agent for tho Best Life
Insurance Company In the World.
Off umrgos always moderate.
IIIIUWJI llllMimmi Mil
KE HOOLAHAIA aku nol ma keia
ua pnu ko Sing Tong Long, Ping
Clioug Afnn a me Aiu noho ana i man
lala no ka Hul o Sun Cheong Lcong &
Co. A na Aiono elawelawoaku ka ollm.
mi miilalo o ka inoa o Suu Cheong Lcong
& Co., ma Heein, Koolaupoko, Oahu.
W O na aio a pan i ka halo i oleloia e
pono o hookuala uku lain.
OH aw AIONG.
our Keiv Goods.
. DILLINGHAM & CO.
Jr., & CO.
NEW GOODS, '
"SrTolcnhouo No. 172.
XJ! "! JULIlNl'il. !
A BINE LOT OF
Mulling of all Grades
BOTH WHITE AND COLORED
For Stilt tit
A. S. OLEGHORN & CO
G. H. ROBERTSON,
In town. Telephone-No. 05. 15