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THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1885.
Stmr Waimaualo fiom Walmanalo
SchrWnllclo from Mnliko
achr Caterlna for Walmanalo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
3chr Wiilmalu for IIIlo
VESSELS IN PORT.
TlgtnnW Q Irwin, Turner
For Kauai, per stmr Planter. July lo
V Kncidscn, Misses Ivtictdscn ('J),
Dr Henri MeGrow, Rev O P Emerson,
Hon W E Howell, Col Z S Spalding,
Judge J Hardy, Mrs D Dead and two
children, WL Haidy. Dr J K Smith
and wife, Norman Hulbert. J Kamalc
unl, EE Conaut, J Sherman, Mis A
Elctncnechiiclder, Parker N Maker-,
W H Wee, and about 100 dock.
The schr Jennie Walker is docked
piep.iratory to her sailing on Saturday.
The ICc An Hon is docked near the
Paclllo Navigation Co's building taking
in stores. She will 'all on Satuiday.
The other day some of tho boys play
ed a joko on a captain hero by tilling a
portion of his pipe w 1th gun powder,
and when the captain came into the
office of the P X Co he was usked to
spin a yarn. "All right," says he,
"wait until I light my pipe." After u
few puffs of the soothing w eed he be
gan: "Last night, yesterday morning
about 1 o'clock Tn the afternoon, before
bicakfast, a liungiy boy came along and
bought it cii'tuid pic. Ho tlnuw it
through a brick wall 0 R thick and
jumped over it and broke his left ankle
nboui! tho right knee, and fell into a
dry mill pond and was drowned (puff,
puff). About -10 years after that, on
the same day, (puff, puff) a cat (puff)
had seven turkey gobblers, (puff, puff)
and a high wind blew."' Just then tho
, powder- went off, the captain yelled,
"Cut away the cook's suspenders," and
then ho offered to fight any man in the
The new boiler for the Llkcllko w as
successfully put in this morning.
There were only 3 foieigu traders In
poit this morning; tho W G lrw in, J C
Ford and Eva; tho first two mentioned
arc in the stream.
Stmr V G Hall is duo Saturday morn
lug. LINES BY AN AMATEUR.
(DEDICATED WITHOUT l'EHMISSION TO
THE "BULLETIN" SHIPPINQ
AIR Tramp, Tramp, Etc.
There's a certain man in town,
Whose business 'tis just now
To go around in seaichof shipping
Who, when he's on his beat,
Will often take a seat,
And be stuffed to neaily bursting If
When wo get him round our way,
Oh, then, wo have some fun!
We tell him yarns of ships, and armor
And tho way he takes his notes
Is where tho fun comes in,
For he gulps all. as a fish would swal
Oh, when you meet this man
(Who some time ago did make
A coaster, postholes for a cargo bring;
Had a baby washed ashoie,
As an Item fiom Koloa),
You mut pity him, if pitying's no sin.
In this city, July Hi, 1S85, Sister
Julia, of the Sistcihood of the Sacicd
Hearts. Tho funeral will take place to
moirow morning at tho Catholic Cathe
dral. LOCAL & GENERAL NEVS.
Specialism in Medicine" nnd
"American Humor" on the fourth
Tiir Yoscmite skating rink will be
open as usual this evening to the
Tnn Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
have just issued a new card for their
The closing exercises at Mrs.
Wallace's academic school will com
mence at half-past one o'clock to
Tun regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will be held this
evening, when all members are re
quested to be present.
A UEWAitu is wailing at this office
for tho return of half-a-dozen silver
tea spoons marked "II.," dropped
from a carriage on King street.
The O. S. S. Alameda will be due
next Wednesday morning from San
Francisco, with ten days' later news,
bringing dates up to the 15th inst.
To-Moititow evening nt the Central
Paik skating link, there will be a
tug-of-war on skates, five on a side,
captains to be appointed to choose
A meeting of the executive Com
mittee for the Fourth of July cele
bration was to havo been held at
noon, but as only two members turn
ed up no business could be done.
Lyons & Levey will hold their re
gular cash sale to-morrow at 10
o'clock, selling amongst other things,
dry goods, barrels of salmon, Manila
cigars, furniture, and a ood saddle
Tim Woodlawn Dairy and Stock
Company offer $100 toward for in
formation which will lead to tho con
viction of tho person who originated
the report, that the company is sell
ing skim milk instead of pure milk.
Last Monday Mr. E. R. Miles, of
the Hawaiian Hotel stables, drove a
splendid pair of chestnut horses at
tached to a wagonette containing
nine passengers, from Kupiolani
Park to tho Hawaiian Hotel in ex
actly twenty-seven minutes.
IIavi: you seen thoso handsome
baby's dressing cases Messrs. Ben
son, Smith & Co. have Just receiv
ed? Thoy arc very neatly gotten up.
Jy tho way, tho store of that firm is
being renovated and presents a de
cidedly attractive appearance.
Dn. James C. Amiraux, the well
known Paterson, N. J., physician,
died suddenly of paralysis. He first
went to California in 184!). After a
short stay ho went to the Sandwich
Islnnds, and took charge of a drug
store in Honolulu. Alia Califor
nia. Tun members of the baseball
league held a meeting this noon, at
which it was decided to play out tho
number of games as first announced.
This will necessitate tho three clubs.
Honolulus, Married Men and Oce
anics ploying five games each instead
of throo as first laid out.
Tun closing exercises at Iolani
College will be given on Monday
next, tho 20th inst. Tho parents and
friends of the boys, and all interest
ed in the school are invited to at
tend. Rccitatious, singing, and dis
tribution of prizes at 2 p. m., sharp,
followed by athletic sports.
The Collector-goneral of Customs
has instructed Lyons & Levey to
sell at public auction to-morrow at
12 o'clock noon, at their salesrooms,
a huge quantity of Chinese goods
condemned for violation of the
Revenue laws. Thereare boxes of
preserves, salt eggs" cuttle fish,
rice flour, dried lychee, preserved
ginger and olives, etc.
Sugar has gone up, but our prices
have not. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 71 3t
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
Mr. James "Williams, the photo
grapher, has just completed for the
Government two very excellent cray
on poi traits of Hnalilio and Rev.
W. Richaids, the two men who were
sent by Karacbameha III. to Eng
land to protest against the annexa
tion of the islands by Lord George
Paulet. Haalilio died in England.
It appears the Hawaiian Evangelical
Association came into the posses
sion of a photogiaph of these two
men, and its use has been obtained
by the Government, who have had
the above two crayon pictures made.
They ate faithfully copied from the
photograph, and can be seen at Mr.
Yesterday, Callixte Lecomtc, one
of the oldest lay brothers connected
with the Roim.n Catholic Mission,
died at the advanced ago of 78
years. lie used to do all the car
pi nter and mason work on tho mis
sion, but of late j'e.irs has not been
able to work. Ho was buried this
A few minutes after 10 o'clock
this morning, Sister Julia, of the
sisterhood of the Sacred Heaits,
breathed her last, the immediate
cause of death being dropsy. The
deceased was Irish by birth and
joined tho order in Franco, from
where she came to these islands in
1870, with the late Bishop Maigret.
She never had a very strong consti
tution. The funeral takes place to
morrow morning at 0 o'clock from
the Roman Catholic Cathedral.
BEWARE OF SNEAK THIEVES.
There are evidently sneak thieves
at work in our midst. On Tuesday
evening, two trunks were rifled and
the contents carried off from the
residence of Mis, MoBryde, Emma
Street. It appears some members
of the family were going away to
one of tho other islands yesterday,
and had their trunks all teady pack
ed tho evening previous. They loft
them on the verandah nil night, but
forgot to lock them. The conse
quence was that in the morning they
found a great many valuable things
missing. There is no cluo to the
About 3 o'clock Monday morning,
someone tried to gain admittance to
tho Chinaman's storo in Nuuanu
Valley near Judd Street, but were
frightened away by tho moving of
the inmates, who heard the noise.
Shortly after 10 o'clock Tuesday
evening, the store was again visited,
probably by the same paitieg. Two
of the occupants of tho store let
themselves out of the back door,
and going quietly round to the front
saw thrco men whom they took to bo
natives, who quickly tnado off. Ono
of them, before he had gone many
steps, turned round and fired a shot
in tho direction of tho store, but, it
did not do any harm.
KAHUNAS AT WORK.
His Honor Police Justice Bicker
ton -was occupied yesterday after
noon in hearing the case of Keo,
Kaoliko and Kcola (w.) for practis
ing medicine without a license. This
case has connection with tho death
of Jacob Fisher. The evidence pro
duced disclosed tho following facts :
Kcola was known for her skill in
doctering and was at Fisher's house
a few days before ho died. She
spread out a table cloth on the floor
and put in it some puhala fruit, nia
ninnia grass, young ti leaves and
iliraa flowers. She chewed them up
and put them in a glass with water
and gave it to the deceased to
drink. Keo was there and assisted
her. A person in the sick room was
requested by Kcola to take off it red
handled chief sho wore and hide1
it away. After sho had given tho
deceased the liquid she danced
around the room. After he had
taken it he turned on his side and
vomited. She gave him some more,
and put two stones and ti loaves
wrapped up in a cloth on his sto
mach, and a poultice of native stuff
on his head. Tho deceased com
plained of a pain in his leg and
Kcola jumped on the bed, and took
up his foot and began jerking at it
hy his toe. Up to the time that
Kcola commenced operations on
Fisher he had been getting better.
She went there Friday, and he-died
early on the following Sunday morn
ing. Kaoliko was discharged, while
Kcola (w.) was fined $30 and Keo
S25, and costs of $3.85 each. An
appeal was noted to the Intermediary
CAHILL RECEIVES HIS REWARD.
The young man James Cahill, who
struck Mr. Monsarrat in tho Police
Court yesterdt-y, was brought up
this morning to bo dealt with. The
Court room was well-filled. When
the prisoner's name was called, De
puty Dayton had the chairs within
his reach moved away, and Officer
Mchrtens was placed in close proxi
mity to Cahill. During all the time
the latter was standing before His
Honor, Mr. Dayton kept his eye on
him, particularly towards his left
hand. However, he did not offer
any resistance. On being charged
with assault and battery on Mr.
Monsarrat he pleaded guilty. Mr.
Dayton, the prosecuting officer, made
a few remarks on the gravity of the
offense, after which His Honor de
livered sentence. He said he did
not know where the prisoner had
come from, but Jic had strange
ideas, and his extraordinary conduct
of yesterday in Court was that of
an almost insane man. Every man
has equal right. If the prisoner had
testified against a person he had the
protection of the Court. Mr. Mon
sarrat was a witness, a duly licensed
lawyer, and had a perfect right in
the Court room. As assisting in
the prosecution of the case he was
required by the Court to exert him
self to the utmost to make the case
out. Every licensed attorney is an
officer of the Court and will be pro
tected by the Court. It would not
have been such an aggravated case
if ho had only been a witness instead
of a prosecuting attorney. The Court
knows of the prisoner's conduct at
Wailuku, where he struck a witness
who testified against him. It was a
most unprovoked assault. His Honor
told Cahill that in so doing he had
treated the Couit with contempt,
and penalties were allowed to ho in
flicted for such contempt. Such a
case as this must be marked. It is
not a pleasant duty for one man to
sentence another. The prisoner lost
his temper and knew that even his
abusive answers were treating the
Court with contempt, let alone tho
assault. For the assault on Mr.
Monsarrat, Cahill was sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor for two
months, and for contempt of Court
was fined $50. Thus the prisoner
has two months to serve and $110
to work out.
Tiiuksday, July 16th.
The King vs. Kong Yeo, mnlicious
injury, third degree. The Couit
sentenced the defendant to be im
prisoned at bard labor for six months
and pay costs. The King vs. Wong
Tai Toon, Aloi and Lu Pon, The
King vs. Kauhane, conspiracy. The
four defendants were arraigned on
ono indictment. Tlio counsel for
defendants stated lie would file
demurrer, l'leas reserved. Alt Fan
et al. vs. Alim et al., ejectment.
The jury render a vei diet for plain
tiffs for $100. Kamihana (w.) vs.
II. V. Glade, assumpsit. Ordered
that defendant be defaulted for fail
ure to answer. The King vs. Win.
Horan, assault with dangerous wea
pon. The prosecutors Hied an nlll
davit for continuance, Counsel for
defendant opposed. After hearing
argument, it was ordered that tho
motion be denied and the case set
for trial on the 21st. Hawaiian
Bell Telephone Co. vs. Mutaal Tele
phone Co., damage. Case on trial.
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff, A. S.
Hartwcll for defendant.
Thursday, July lGth.
lliona, Kolon, and Ahiki forfeited
bail $G for drunkcuuoss. Lcpeka
(w.), for the same offense, an old
offender, was fined $8 and 81 costs.
R. Gerke was charged with furious
and heedless driving on the 14th.
From the evidence it appears Gerke
was going out to Palama in his
wagon at a furious rate and ran into
a native on horseback, throwing him
off. His Honor told him it was
carelessness, he did not use judg
ment, and fined him So and $2.50
costs. Emilo Wairo, for assault and
battery, forfeited bail of $22. James
Cahill, for assault and battery on J.
M. Monsarral, was sentenced to.im
prisonment at hard labor for two
months. He was also fined $50 for
contempt of Court.
Tho term blue blood, from the
Spanish phrase sanrrc azul, has
been much used, says a writer in
the Boston Transcript, without a
very clear idea of its signification.
Its real meaning is not that the
blood itself is blue (excepting that
all venous blood has a bluish tingo),
but that the persons or class to
whom the term is applied have skius
so white and transparent that the
veins show blue through them, and
this is taken as a certain indication
that the class or persons thus de
signated arc pure blooded, i. c.,
without an admixture of races. Any
one who has travelled in Spanish
American countries, or in Spain,
where the term originated, would
sec at once its applicability. The
descendants of the Gothic conquerors
of Spain retain to this day the cha
racteristics or their ancestors tno
white, transparent skin, blue eyes
and auburn or tawny hair, and their
veins show blue through their cuti
cle ; but in case of an admixture of
African or Moorish blood, the blue
blood (veins) gradually disappear,
until in case of a great preponder
ance of the latter races the veins
show merely as ridges upon the gen
eral surface. Any of our tourists
in Mexico will notice this peculia
rity in all of the Mexican cities as
well as in tho haciendas throughout
that country, on account of the
great admixture of Indian (Aztec,
Toltcc and Tlascallan) blood in the
population, and everywhere they
will find that the people whose veins
show blue through the skin are the
Thus it is seen that in its second
ary sense the phrase "sangre azul"
is strictly synonymous with aristo
cracy; its original meaning simply
indicating that the person to whom
it is applied is of unmixed Gothic
derivation. Nothing in nature can
be more charming than the maidens
(senoritas) of the cities of Mexico
and Puebla, descendants of the Spa
nish conquerors of Mexico or of the
earliest Spanish settlers blue-eyed,
auburn or golden haired and snow
white skins, through which theazuie
veins show in delicate tracery, pure
as peris, graceful as houris. with an
education which in thoroughness far
exceeds what we arc accustomed to
term female education, and a wit
chery of tongue in their liquid Spa
nish vernacular which surpasses des
cription; they would be the envy
and the despair of "our own sweet
Yankee girls." It was from the
lips of such as these that I first
heard the phrase sanyrc azul and
learned its full signification, and it
was a matter of some surprise and a
great ileal of amusement at a sub
sequent period to discover a little
maid of mixed Indian and Spanish
race, pretty and. piquant, and dark
as tho Shularaitc girl mentioned by
one Solomon, industriously and
deftly tinting with a blue pigment
the little veins on her forehead and
hands, so that 6he might appear to
be, though not in fact, sangre azul.
Boston Home Journal.
On the beach,
He and she together;
Lotig they walk,
Much they talk,
WalMiig-stick and feather.
She's a witch,
He in licit,
Sense in this and dollars;
Hero we find
Wealth and mind,
Sought hy w isest Fcltolarn.
When It's done,
And they'10 one,
lu divlno relation,
Who can sav
"Yea" or "Nay"
As to condemnation?
For wo And
Wealth and mind
In this compound creature;
And theio's none ,
Who snubs ono
With this double feature.
Where's the heart!
Oil, that pait
Fashion can't consider;
Cash Is cash,
She must dash
Who's tho highest bidder!
Sober passenger (angrily) Look
where you step, maul Tipsy pas
senger (apologetically)- Y-yes, I
do; the tr-troublc is to hie step
where I look.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED OK ICEs
California Grapes, Peaches, Apricots, Plums, Pears, Nectarines nnd Prunes. Alio,
Fresh Cala Salmon, do Shrimps do Codfish, do Clams In Sholl, nnd Rock Cod.
Also, a few rice Hed Cabbages, Swis Cliccsc, Cream Cheese. Edam Ohccso and
very mild Cala Family Cheese, Family Cil.i Corned Reef, Fresh Cala Roll Butter,
Kegs Family Ilnlter.
ALSO, Vino Fat Smoked Salmon and diied Skip J nek uud Barncula for sale
cheap. A Que lot of choice New Zealand Potatoes, just received and for sale very
cheap in quantities to suit.
ALSO, A full line of Fancy and Stnplc Groceries, Just to hand per O. S. S.
Co.'s steamer Mariposa.
Bv each ai rival of O. S. S. Co.'s steamers, we rocelvcd.Frcsh Cala Fruits, do
Fish, Oysters and Game on ice.
Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, nnd satisfaction
Telephone No. 240, Both Companies. P. O. Box 207. (782
E. G. SCHUMAN,
Carriage and "Wagon lE&l:ei
In lii'sl-ultiSM manner aucl pi-iecH to unit tho timer.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Cm
A WOMAN to do general housework
In a famllv. A comfortable home
and suitable wages promised.
To Let or Least1.
rpHOSFi very desirable premises sltu
X aled at ICnpalumn, opposllc the
" What Cheer House," posc-slon given
at once. For terms apply to
03 2w JOHN F. COLBURN.
a young man, a situation as
coaehmnm Apply at this office.
THE two story coral building occu
pied by Chulan & Co. as a Rice
Mill, possession given imniedlalclv. Ap
ply to CHULAN & CO.
AVING obtained the services of a
lirat-class Piano Tuner, we wish
to inform the nubile that wc arc able to
Tune and Repair Pianos at short notice.
All orders left with us will bo promptly
attended to, and all work warrant! d.
1033 ly V EST, DOW & CO.
IN KAPIOLANI PARK
COTTAGES TO LET,
TT71TI1 OH WITHOUT BOAT1D.
T T Delightful sea bathing. Dodtl's
'busses inn to the place when two or
more passengers offer. Apply to
lis?-Telephone 302. fi8 lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice 4 room cottage within
icasy reach of Hmolulu, siiu
late at Kapalama. Terms $20
pur month. Apply to
MHS. MATUA KING,
on tho grounds, or to A. J. Caitwiight,
at his olllcc. -tO if
Honolulu, July 7th, 188").
The undersigned expecting to leave
the Kingdom lor a time, oilers for sale
11 five j ears' lease of the American
House with all furniture and appertain
ihciUs thereunto belonging. Apply fur
terms on tho premises No. 70 Miiunakua
Street. (0j If) '.. Y. SQUIUUS.
THAT very desirable and convenient
Fiiintily Residence on Bcrctania
Street, unti'l lately occupied by F. S.
l'ratt. Es(i complete with out-linuses,
htables, gardens and p.isturc. Also, the
premises oeiupied m present 11-aLiw
Orilcc by John Kussell, Esrj , centrally
located near tlio coiner of Fort and
.Merchant Streets. For particular, ap
ply either by li-tur or othmvUu to
OH. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
lato malinger of
ItX the Aslor House, begs to announce
to ids fi lends nntl thu public in general
that hu lias pun based thu Saratoga
House, and will reopen on Sundiy,
May 24th. ITM-class boaid by tho
week, mouth or transient. Special nc
eommndation for ladies and families.
Reading Parloisopeu for guests of tho
house. The coolest dining rooms in tho
city. No tiles. 20 2m
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Les.
sons giwii In Marine, Landscape,
Mock Ki'iihington, Photograph ond
Oiavon Paimlnir In Oil and Water
O dors. Floweis in Wnv, Wool, Plu-.li,
Fell, Silk. Leather, Hulr, Crystal, Fca.
ther and Fii.liM.ale. All kinds of Em.
bioldery and Designing taught with
Skeleton B a I, Luc, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion work. For terms, etc, ap.
ply to A M. BURKE,
af) 8m Temple of Fashion.
HUSTAOB & ROBBKTSON have
this day removed their ofllcn to
corner of Kiinliuinnnu and Queen streets
In Hie oillfe lately occupied by Hon.
Chaf. T. Gullck. In connection with
our Diayago Business, Mr J. V. Robert,
hon, thu newly appointed Kerosene Ware
hoiiio Keeper, will lie found, and all
outers for oil to bo carted lo and from
the Warehouhe will bo promptly attend,
ed to by us.
HUSTAOE &. 3101JERTSON.
Hawaiian Hull Telephone. No, !U
Mutual Telephone, No. 19. CI 2w
The .Equitable Liifc IiiMUt-auce
Society of the United
i:wtakliski:i i.v ias.
JSSUES Policies on the most approved
plaus, viz Oidlnary Life, Limited
Payment', Life Eudowmeuts; Tontine
Savings Fund, Tontines, Semi-Tontines;
A. B. C. Tontines; Life and Sun Ivor,
ship Annuities; Cliildieu's Endowments,
Joint Life Hisks, Partnership Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies bolli Incontestable and ron
Contested claims, noue.
Before insuring elsewhere, cnll and
get an estimate.
It is calculated that evciy reasonable
wish of the insured is embodied in one
or more of the plans.
For full particulars and pamphlets,
AIiUX. J. CAKTWIUGIIT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
losnite Skatii M
Will bo open every afternoon and even,
ings as follows:
Monday, WedncMiluy, Thursday and
To the public in general.
TncKilay and Friday KvontnUM, nnd
YJ'eiljieHduy nnd Haturdny
For ladies and their escorts
: $5 prize for
July 10 Neck-Tie Party
July 21 Polo between Yosemitci and
Alerts for prize.
July 21 limn Hunt ; pri70.
July 23 Turkey Hunt, for unlives.
July 28 Two mile Race for prize.
July 31 Grand fancy dress masquer
ade. Four prizes w ill be
given ono for the haudbom
ct.t costume, one for the most
original one, one lor tho
best Mistuinid character, and
one for the most comical.
Fancy skaters must look out for the
month of August.
Dancing cery Friday evening from
1) to lo.
tUHto y tlio XtuiKl,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Evening; also at the Wednesday Ma.
tlnec. T. E WALL, Manager.
Central Park Slalii M
Open Every Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday AfU moons.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
Friday, July 17 Tug- of - War
Skates, r on side, cuptnlns to be
nointcd to choose teams.
Saturday, July 18 Amateur Race; one
milu dash; go as.you.plcasf; for boys
under 10. Piuoif5.
Friday, July-'fll Owing to tho grand
success of thu l.ibt Masqueiade, and by
request of numerous patrons of this
popular Rink, there will be given a
Grand Fancy Dress Parade and Masque,
radc on Skates, with & handsome prizes,
viz.; $10 will bo given to tho couple,
Lady nnd Gentleman diameters wearing
thu handsomest costumes; $5 for the
best sustained character. Lady or Gen
tleman, Bjy or Olrl; $5 for tho most
comical character; ? for the miw or!,
glnal, baning tuherlitcments; Pdii,
pair Club Skato, any make, to tho Lady
wearlnir tlio most artistic costume.
Any other than good deportment to
bar auy one from a prize, thu judges to
be- 3 Ladies mid 2 Gentlemen.
:i:xTKAMMiut hkatim; hexu.