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MONDAY, AUG. 3, lSSfi.
Sclir Mauttokawal fiom Koulaii
H S Ci-aliindlu fiom Austiullu
Sliiif Kupiuhuil fiom i:.i
Stmr Klliiiton lion fiom Wltidwnid
Schr Wailele fiom JtnllU
Schr Cntci'hu from AVnliuaunlo
S S Zeiilnmlla for S F
Stmr twalani for Kauai
Schr Mauttokawal for ICuohui
Htmr AV Q Hall for Maul ami Hawaii
Stmr OR Bishop for Hnmakiin
Stmr Lcluia for ICnluilul
Stmr Jas I Dovvsctt for Molokal
StmrMokollt for Molokal
Stmr AValmanalo for AValmanalo
Schr Ennnn for Olowalu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr AVnlmalu for Ililo
.Schr Hob Boy for Koolau
Stmr C K Bishop for Hamaktu
Schr Catcrlim for AValmanalo
Schr AVallclc for Jliillko
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtne Cousuelo, Cousins
Bk Amy Tinner, Xewell
Bk Forest Queen,
Bktue Eureka, Leo
Foi San Francisco, per S S Zealandla,
Aug 3 Bcv Alex Mackintosh, ifu and
Fiom Sydney, via Auckland, for Ho
nolulu, per S fc Zcalandia. Aug 3 C D
F K Day, Miss Hewitt, F Anderson, A
II Kcnyon. II Slaughter-Ball, and G4
saloon and 5S steerage passengers in
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Aug
3rd Miss May Green, Miss Alexander?
MissMalone, Bcv Etistnchc, .T Ander
son, II S Towusend, J II Smith, E
Ifopke, Harry Auld, Capt Boss, L AV
Doyle. AV Budc and 32 deck.
The Amy Turner is In the stream lif
ting up prepaiatory to her sailing for
Hongkong on "Wednesday next at noon.
The WG Hall, Iwalani, Lchna, Mo
kolil aud Manuokawai sail this evening,
the O R Bishop to-moriow, and the
Kllauea Hou on "Wednesday, for their
The Forest Queen received sugar
fiom the Iwnlnnl this morning, and the
Consuelo got what the ICilauca Hon
Schr Maim was at Hllo dining the
The schr Mary Foster had 200 bags of
sugar in the hold when she went ashoic
at AVahnea, but it received no damage.
Stmr Iwalani brought 2,015 bags and
0 kegs of sugar. 10 gicen hides, 1 horse,
1 bull. 30 bags of rice, 1 pig, 2 dry hides
and lbdl of goat skins. She sails this
evening with c.ti a gear to get the Liho
liho off the rock and to tow the Mary
Foster to Honolulu. She spent 2 days
in trying to get tho Liholiho off but
failed for the want of sufllcient means.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Retorts of Sunday services are
"A Faitiii-ul Report," of the
swimming club's meeting, nnd "Who
Set Fire to Nihoa?" in the Saturday
Press arc good. Give us some more.
Tnr. trees, blown down by the re
cent gale, are still lying in all direc
tions around the Park road ; and in
some places they almost block the
right of way.
Tun Womnn's Board of Missions
will hold their monthly meeting on
Tuesday, Aug. 4th, at hnlf-past two,
at the Y. M. C. A. Hall. The Exe
cutive Committee will meet at two
Tun cutting of the firemen's monu
ment and its erection in their lot at
the cemetery has been awarded to
G. D. Lane, ho being the lowest
bidder. It will be 12 feet 7 inches
high and made of Italian marble
with a granite base.
The natives hero entertain u cur
ious belief as to the cause of the
recent blow. Tlicy say that the
bones of Kamchamcba I. were dis
interred several weeks ago and the
spirit of the deceased chief is dis
pleased ; henco the storm.
Ok Saturday last the hack driver
Patterson, with three passengers in
his carriage, camo along Hotel street,
when by somo misadventure the
horse shied and snapped both shafts
clean off. There was no further
" result' than tho loss of time and tho
cost of a new set of carriago poles,.
The lloyal Ilawaimn Band boys,
after pouring forth soul inspiring
music upon many joyous occasions,
day and night; awaking dormant in
stincts of patriotism with airs of all
nations, or giving timo to end
marches to tho city of tho dead,
with solemn strains in sympathy
with public and private grief, will
play a farewell Aloha nui on tho
15th inst., previous to taking a
A trial was had, on Saturday, at
the shop of Mr. J. M. Daigle, ma
chinist, Oi n new Bamio Decortica
tor. There wflfo present several
newspaper iy,ji, Natives, stock
' holders, and hthch, Tho results of
tup trial were uigtiiy satisfactory.
.It is claimed for this dccoitiealor
that it cleans the bark, without
breaking or wasting the fibre, better
thnn any other machine-'' heretofore
Four of our young people have
just gone to the Stales to attend
boinu of the higher institutions of
learning in that country. Mr. Arthur
Alexander, son of the Surveyor Gen
eral, has gone to enter the Sheflleld
Scientific School of Yale. Conn. ;
Mr. Frederick Whitney, son of the
Postiiinstcr-Gcnci.il, to the scientific
(lepaitnienl of California Univcisity ;
Miss Mary E. Hillcbrand, late assis
tant for two ycais in the Ililo Boatd
ing School, to Mount Ilolyoko Semi
nary, Mass. ; and Miss Mary llcck
wilh, daughter of Mr. George Bcck
with. of Haiku, Mani, loAuburndalo
Seminary, Mass. We wish them all
a successful career, and hope they
may soon return to this Kingdom
with academic honors thick upon
Just received u well selected slock
of ficsh artists' materials, dircctfrom
Winsor& Newton, London, per batk
King Bros.' Art Store.
Tin: Union Feed Co. keen in stock-
Rice straw in bales for bedding aud
cut Hay, in connection with their
large stock of Hay & Grain. Prices
low, and delivered to any pait of
the city. Telephone No. 175. lw
Parties desirous of sending Ba
nanas or other Island fruits to friends
or relatives on the Coast, can have
the same delivered at destination by
paying cost and charges to Hy.
Davis, manager C. P. & P. Co.
Myrtle Boat CInb decline challenge
of Kapiolani B. C.
Secretary Waimca Sugar Mill Co.
announces officers for ensuing year.
E. P. Adams inserts date of auc
tion of Mr. Luce's properties.
Ilollistcr & Co. offer reward for a
The Secretary of the Halawa Sugar
Co. announces tho annual meeting.
A dividend is announced by the
AVaimanalo Sugar Co.
Avery & Palmer have a furnished
cottage to let.
Ihe assignee has a notice to ciedi
tois of James AV. Robertson.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening at 7:30. The
following is the piogramme:
Match Honolulu Rillcs, by request
Overrule Rose Festival Halevy
Finale Bivouac Pctiolla
Selection Mai co Viscontl Petiell.i
Selection Pi incess Ida Sullivan
Serenade HIi tiwlnv t?ioi,
Mazurka Love Duet Faust
Polka Camel Corps Martin
Mr. F. L. Clarke, who has for
some time been reporter for the
Advertiser, retires from that posi
tion. He has started in the busi
ness of fern culture, an industry
that he has specially studied. Mr.
Clarke has won tho friendship and
esteem of tho fraternity, and we
wish him every success in his new
venture. Mr. Wray Taylor, late of
the Bulletin staff, takes Mr.
Clarke's place on the Advertiser.
Our reorganized staff is named in
the card on first page. The asso
ciate editor, Mr. Norman Logan,
has had considerable experience as
a writer for the press in Nova
Scotia. Having reported the work
of the Government schools of Hono
lulu, and also the proceedings of tho
Hawaiian Evangelical Association,
editorial columns since his arrival
three months ago, ho does not re
quire further introduction to the
readers of tho Bulletin.
A NEW LOCAL INDUSTRY.
A labor-saving soft soap, put up
in tins of various sizes, from one
pound upwards, manufactured and
sold by W. II. Huddy, at tho turn
ing shop of AY. E. Herrick, Bethel
street, is a now local industry. This
soap can bo used for all ordinary
washing purposes for which com
mon soap is employed, as well as
for removing grease spots and
cleansing painted surfaces, for
which common soap is of little ser
vice. Not only does it servo all the
purposes of common soap, but tho
manufacturer claims that a less
quantity is needed, and that thor
ough cleansing is effected in less
time and witli less labor. One
pound, which costs Cjc, is said to
be sufficient for a week's washing
of n family of six or eight persons.
Several housewives who have given
tho article a trial testify that it does
all that is claimed for it. One lady
says that formerly it took nearly
one entire day each week to do the
family washing, but now, with the
aid of this soap, everything is on
the line in less than threo hours
from tho time of starting. Hero,
then, is a new local industry which
appeals to public patronage, and
whoso merits entitle it to public
By the steamer Iwalani wo have
an interesting budget of news from
The storm of lost Monday des
troyed the Ilnnalei bridge, and
damaged the Annhola bridge, one
pier being undermined. AVninlun
bridge was carried away, not iv pier
left. AVahnea bridge, the largest in
the group, had three of eight spans
Old residents suid, when these
bridges weie building, that they
would not stand the tests of weather
to which they would be subjected.
Mr. Julius II. Smith, superintendent
of public works, drove fiom Nawili
wili to tho AVniahm district, nnd,
after viewing (lie desolate sites of
fconio bridges and thciiiinsof olheis,
drove back again and left for Hono
lulu. Schooner Liholiho, lying in Na
wiliwili harbor, was driven on the
locks, where she still lies. Steamers
Iwalani and James Makeo each tried
to tow her off, but the vessel was so
high up that they could not get near
enough to get an effective pull at
her. It was feared she would be
come a total wreck, but tho Iwalani
takes down extra gear, by which the
captain hopes to got her off.
Schooner Mary Foster wns diiven
on the rocks at Kckaha and lost her
rudder and a portion of the
shoe, but was taken off and only
waits to be towed to Honolulu.
A raving maniac was put on board
the steamer Iwalani at Nawiliwili,
without a responsible guard. Capt.
Freeman put him in charge of a man
on board, who, however, had other
duties to discharge. The conse
quence was that, on Saturday night,
the unfortunate man jumped over
board and was drowned.
Great quantities of wood have
been washed down from tho moun
tains at Kckaha and bullock teams
have been carting it away for three
'-The Rev.. Alex, and Mrs. Mackin
tosh being about to leave Honolulu on
a sllOlt Visit to England, ilwir nntivn
land, the Bishop of Honolulu nnd
Mrs. "Willis paid them a graceful
and well-deserved compliment by
inviting a gathering of St. Andrew's
Congregation at his Lordship's resi
dence, last Saturday afternoon, to
bid farewell to the voyagers ; and
the congregation were most happy
to avail themselves of the oppor
tunity thus afforded to testify their
affectionate regard for Mr. and Mrs.
Mackintosh, and to wish them a
hearty good-bye, which everybody
sincerely hoped would not be for
long. At three o'clock the people
began to arrive, and for the follow
ing three hours continued to come
and go, some staying only a few
minutes and then departing on ac
count Of nreSsillT duties, nnd ntlim-o
remaining until the final break-up
at six o'clock. It was pleasant to
see the happy commingling of for
eigners and natives, each and all
feeling they had an equal interest in
the occasion. Some sat and chatted
under the verandahs, some found
comfortable seats and agreeable con
verse under the large shade trees,
and others strolled around the
grounds. Their Majesties the King
nnd Queen honored the occasion by
their presence, and made quite a
lengthened staj Many young Ila
waiians, wiio had been educated by
Mr. Mackintosh and fitted by him
for responsible positions under
Government nnd in business, were
also there. All were cordially and
pleasantly welcomed by the Bishop
and Mrs. Arillis, and made to feel
at home. Light refreshments of the
best quality were provided without
stint. Tho Industrial School Brass
Band added to tho pleasure of the
occasion by playing selections of
music at intervals. As the people
took their departure white and
native, old and young by their
hearty hand-shaking nnd their sad
expression of face, and in many
instances an ill-concealed tear evi
denced tho fact that Mr. and Mrs.
Mackintosh had gained a strong hold
in their hearts. And no wonder,
for their lives and deeds havo becu
such that they could not fail to se
cure this result. Mr, Mackintosh,
as a minster of tho church and an
instructor of the young, has labored
earnestly, diligently, and success
fully for tho good of tho community ;
and Mrs. Mackintosh's works of
charity, benevolence, and friend
ship remain an enduring monument
to her praise.
ARRIVAL OF' THE ZEALANDIA.
Having made a very good passage
the S. S. Zealandia, from tho Aus
tralasian Colonies, surprised Hono
lulu by arriving yesterday morning
at half-past seven, when sho was not
expected before the afternoon. In
consequence, the curious crowd nt
the wharf was smaller than usual
until tho steamer had been in port
about two hours.
Among tho passengers for this
port wns Mr. A. II. Kcnyon, father
of Mr. G, Carson Kenyon, a former
editor of this paper and now Gov
ernment school teacher at Waiahole,
Oahu. Mr. Kenyon will stay about
a month, enjoying himself in sketch
ing island scenery.
Tho Rev. Mr. Mackintosh had so
many friends lo give him a farewell
greeting on the wharf, that ho did
not get on board until almost the
last moment. Ho showed particular
anxiety not lo miss tho warm alohas
of natives w ho came down to bid
their good friend farewell. On the
ship Mr. and Mrs. Mackintosh and
son had a busy lime of it until the
whistle warned all not passengers
ashore, in exchanging goodbyes with
members of St. Andrew's congrega
tion nnd prominent residents, on
their departure for England.
The usual cuiiouslhroiifrseardii'd
the vessel for Australian wonders,
and were rewarded with the sight of
a small kangaroo, belonging to a
passenger bound for England ; also
a number of parrots of gorgeous
piuniage, ami a cagcot fenels. So
many people, also, went into the
saloon to see the alleged murderer,
Maxwell, that at length access to
him was denied by the officers. In
conversation with Detective Badger,
of St. Louis, whose watch il was
while the steamer was in port, it was
ascertained that tho prisoner bore
himself calmly and quietly during
tho voyage. That officer and his
comrade Traccy relieved each other
in taking charge of the prisoner at
intervals of six hours. Mr. Badger
look no stock in the tiieory tltat the
alleged murder was a put-up job on
an insurance company. With the
prisoner had been captured portions
of the victim Prcller's clothing cut
off the body, tho scissors used in
the operation and the key of Max
well's room in the Palace Hotel,
San Francisco. On entering .the
state room where Maxwell was con
fined the reporter found him with
no fetters on but dressed in easy
garments and lying on a lounge in a
comfoitablc posture. He wore a
full beard, looked to be about 30
years of age, and bore a resem
blance to Bridges serving sentence
here for killing Patten. He was
very affable in conversation nnd
from all outward signs was easy of
mind. He was cordial in receiving
Ins many visitors and stood the
scrutiny of their gaze without fiineh
inn. lie said ho did not tmvnl in
avoid capture, hi short, that he did
not know ho was sought for and was
greatly surprised when made a
prisoner. His imprisonment at
Auckland was not as pleasant as it
might have been, as the jail was a
primitive one and the quarters weie
none too pleasant. He spoke veiy
highly of the jailers at Auckland,
and alluded to Messrs. Traccy and
Badger as agreeable captors. lie
would make no confession but in
timated a denial of the charge
alleged against him. He said he
was acting under legal advice and
could not speak directly of the
tragedy, but when questioned about
the. report that the corpse found was
not Prcller's but a medical subject ho
did not seem to know anything about
it, and when hearing the story mani
fested eagerness to catch evorj
word, afterward falling back to his
former position as though he had
heard nothing. On the departure
of the reporter, Maxwell jauntily
expressed tho hope that the result
of the interview would sell many
Other particulars of the steamer's
voyage will be found in our shipping
The silk hat is moie fashionable
than the Derby because Iheic is less
tile about tho latter.
Pionoor St'm Candy Factory &!Bakery,
Manufactures all and every article in
Confectionery and Pastry and Bread
Bakery from tho best and purest male
ilols, guaranteed free from all
Ilatjalways on hand all sizes of his Rich
and Unsurpassed Quality of
Enjoying a rich reputation of many
yearn, and urc ornamented In any
btylo desired, nnd are sold nt the
Lowest Possible Prices
Unequalled facilities nnd Blcam enables
mo to sell all articles manufactured at
my Establishment Cheaper than any
other m this Lino of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Cocoanut, hand made and
Mould Creams of all flavors nt CO cents
RICH PUFF CREAM CAKES,
at S cents each. Mince aud Fruit
Pies alwujM on hand.
Pure and Wholesome Bread !
Vienna Bolls, Family & Graham Bread
delivered to any part of tlio city. Tho
largest and most various Stock of Con
fcctloncry can be found at
3P . HORN'S
Sleam Candy Factory and Oakery.
No, 71 Hotel St., between Nuiianu und
P. 0, Box Ho. 75. :Teleiihoiio No. 14.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
or ami OO
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
O.ilifoinla Grapes, Pearlies, Apricot", l'lnm, Pear. Nectarines and Prunes. Also,'
l-ruhCrtln Hiilmoii, do bliiiinps, do (.'odil h, do Clams in Shell, nnd Bock Cod.
ANo.nfow- Hen lied C'lilibasc. Swiss Cheese, Cic.un Cheese. Edam Chcconnd
ury mild C,la r.unlly Cl.ecs.0. Family c.d.i Corned Beef, Fresh Culu Holl Butter,
Kegs Family Butler.
ALSO, Fine Fat Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack nnd Bnracuta for sale
clienp. A Hue lot of choice New Zealand Potatoes, juit received nnd for snle very
clienp In (intimities tn suit.
ALSO, A full Hue of Fancy and Staple Giocerlcs, lust to baud per O. 3. S.
Co.'s steamer Mariposa.
IJvcach nil Ivnl of O. S. H. Co.'s stenmeis, wis received Fresh Cain Fruit?, do
I ish, Oysleri nnd Game on lee.
Goods delivered ficc or charge to all parU of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone 2io. 210, Both Companies. P. O. Box 207. (7C2
2 linoleum i h iugr,
lu fii-KL-trluuM maimer mill prices to KuiL ilte timcH.
10 KillC St.. lUliolllill" (3nn. AV. I.hirnln llnnlrnrlnr .C- 1lnil.ini. !!..
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A TWO-STORY COTTAGE, AVITII
tirllisml vnrnndnlia nml lnrfm
grounds, nl Pnliimn, lately occupied by
Mr. AV. II. Wilkinson. Kent low to
a gonit tenant. .IOIIN BOBIiLLO.
Honolulu, July 7th, 1883.
The uiiilci signed expecting to le.ive
the Kingdom for u lime, oiler', for sale
a five j cars' lease of tho American
House with all fitrnituio und appertain,
monts thereunto belonging. Apply for
terms on the premises No. 70 Maunakca
Sticet. (05 tf) Z. Y. SQUIRES.
Labor Saving Soft Soap.
T7"HAT ALL FAMILIES, HOTELS
Yl iand Laundries need. For sale at
AV. L Hcrrick's shop, Bethel street, by
Hliu AVM. II. HUDDY
20 head of cattle, 40 head
fat and fit for the butcher,
vtoiffhlnc from COO to "i00 lb.
each; oO iiL.ut will be lc.idy for the
butcher in 12 months, ai. thu balance
aic good milch cows, heifers, yc.nlings,
and c lives. On reasonable terms. Ap
ply T. AV. R A WLI N S, Lcl eo.
rpiIAT very desirable and convenient.
JL Fuuilv Residence on Bcrctmilii
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, K-q., coiiiplLtu with oui-1ioum)8,
st.iblus, gai ilcns and pasture. AIfo, the
piemUes uci.upkd at present umiL'uv
OtUce by John Kussell, Jisq., centrally
Incited near the coiner ol Foil and
Merchant dtieets. For puitlculars, tip
ply either by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALI), Meicliant St.
Per Alameda, a small invoice
of very fine
O X O- .A. JEL & :
PUNCH; RABBIT TRANSIT; Etc
For Silc at the Bciver Stlosn,
81 2w N. J. KQIrJB, Pruy-tov.
Beef 3 Beef !
The very best quality from
J. Campbell's Honouliuli Ranch.
The Cheapest in the Market,
Hop Chong Comp'y,
No. 45 jraiinokea Street.
Delivered to any part of the Town.
The JKiinitublc B,iiu Anhiiiuiicc
Society of the HJnUei!
r.HTAU7,ISHi:i I.V IK5U.
ISSUES Policies on the most approved
plain, vI.:-OnIimny Life, Llfe.Limlt.
ed Payments, Endowments; Tontine
Savings Fund, Tontines, Seini.Tontincs:
A. JJ. C. ToiuIhoh; Life anil Survivor.
fliip Annuities; Chlldien'ri Endow inenls,
Joint Life Risks, Partnership Insurance,
etc., die, i.tc.
Policies both Incontestable and Non
Contested claims, none,
Before insuring clsovvhoro, call and
get an estimate.
It Is calculated Unit oveiy reasonable
wish of tho insuied Is embodied In ono
oi moio of the plans,
For full particular, and pamphlets,
ALi:X. J. CAltTWltlUHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Wands.
Hotel St rant.
l?niulf nr .So
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BY a llrst-class Poitugneso Cook, n
situation in a private family. Re.
ferencc given. Call at
UONSALVKS & CO., 57 Hotel St.
THOSE desirable premises on 01 Be
ictania Street, between Fort mid
Nuuanu Streets, the house contains par
lor, ii bedrcoms, dining room, kitchen,
bath and store rooms. Also, a detached
cottage, containing 3 large airy bed.
looms. Inquire on the premises.
Will be open every afternoon and even
ings ns follows:
IHoiiilny, IVptlncHdtiy, Thurmlay nml
To the public In gcneinl.
Tuesday nnl Friday I'-vriiln-n, and
YTedtirmlny nnd Saturday
For lau "id their cscorlt..
YMHiiti Stalls; Biifc
Fiinoy skater intisf lookout for tho 'nS
month or August. ' v -, yy JjH
Dancing every Friday evenintr fioin-?l
'.I 10 J!1.
IiiiHli ly tlio Ilnml,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Satin day
Evening; about the AA'eduod.iv Ma.
tin ce. T. E. AVALL, Manager.
Open Every Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday Afternoons.
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ing's and on Wednesday
C. ,T. AVA-J-.lJI3K,ropxlutor,
Choicest Moats from Finest Holds.
Families and Shipping
SUPPLIED ON SHORT NOTICE
and nt the
L.ow;wL Mm-Jkci I?ri;c.
All meats delivered from this Market '
aro thoroughly chilled Immediately after
killing by nuans of a Bell-Colemau Pa
leut Dry Air Refrigerator. Meat so
treated ictolns all its juicy propertied
.ii. n uuiMmnr.UTU Jluhl' J,0)UEK
AK1KU DEMI LltY THAN KmalM.virit. ' .
ki Meat. Vi,?'' iV
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