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WEDNESDAY, AUO. , 1885.
. . ARRIVALS.
.Slnir.liw Mukco fiom ICnunl
Sehr Liholiho from Xnwlllw 111
Srhr Italnbow from lCoohtu
Schr Wnioll from Mollko
illc Forest Queen for a F
Slmr Kllmicu Hint for Windward Ports
Bk Amy Turner for Hongkong
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slnir.lnsMakco.for AValaimo. Wnialtm.
Kllnncji, Kapaa mid Umuilol
Uk Forto for l'oi t Townscnd
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtno Consuclo, Cousins
Bk Forto, Florcnivis
Ufctno Eitrokn, Leo
For S F. per l)k Foicel Queen.
.j liitcL'i, ii u iiayos.
For Haim anil llninnkn.i, iter slmr C
K Bishop, Aug. I 1 Jt 11 l-ilncoesLl-lluoknuuii,
Mfo 11 Barnaul. Mlss Cora
M14t, Mrs.TE Barnaul, Ml- E Clcg
horn, Hon .Tunlus ICaae, Mr Paul Jar
vct and two sou, S Scllg, W Conradt,
If Cooper and tof-on, A de Bicttc
villo and about 50 deck.
The stinr Kllauea Hon was off Lau
pahoehoe when tho gale shuck her.
She steamed for Hllo for safety. Pass
ed the pehre Wiilnmlit, Eiiima and
Claudlna in dUtres but could "Ivo no
The Forest Queen tailed today for S
F with 7,:i"0 bags of hiigar, -MO lugs of
l loo and 200 bbls of moIas-e. Total
domestic value. 612,101.50.
Stmr .Tan Mnkoo alls to-morrow at S
The bk Foi to cleared at the Custom
House to-day for Poit Towusend In
The schooner Xettio Merrill will go
in tho stream for a while.
The stmr .Tas Makcc arrived last even
ing at 11 o'clock, with the wrecked
schr Liholiho in tow. The captain of
tho"Makec makes the following report:
The stmr Iwalanl worked all day last
Saturday in trying to get the schooner
off, but failed and proceeded on her
route. On Sunday evening the Makoe
airived there, and after putting out
anchors and 100 fathoms of chain he
got as close to the Liholiho as possible
and started the pumps. The. water
came in as fast as it could be pumped
out, and theie being no visible headway
that contrivance was. abandoned. Oil
Monday at 11 a m. having forced empty
casks into the hold of the schooner anil
closed the hatches to keep them in, all
hands hove away, the schooner's crew
heaving on the anchors and tho 'tcamer
on a line. At 2 p in on the same day,
the wrecked vessel came off the locks,
and at It o'clock was hi deep water.
"Everything was cleared away and at
.") o'clock started for Honolulu. When
the vessels wcio Iciuing Xawiliwili the
crew of the schooner was put on board
her, but as her docks w ei o below water
and tho ca was miming high, the
sailois had to bo taken off or they would
have been washed overboard. Tho Li
holiho was hauled upon tho Marine
Hallway this morning. Sho will have
a new keel, planks, stern post, rudder,
15 stanchions and a piece of iron rail
ing. She o-t all anchots and some
gear. She is not insured for partial loss.
One of the ship's boats of the schr
Liholiho ran against the propeller of
the stmr .Tas Makee in the passage last
night and leeched a 2 by Ii ft hole at
The Amy Tinner sailed this afternoon
for Hongkong. She took 0 Chinese
At Honolulu, August 4th, by Itcv.
George Wallace, "William Foster to
Mary E. "Winter.
A girl or j'oung woman is wanted
at Wiseman's agency.
Assignees of J. L. Rosenberg,
bankrupt, give notice of application
E. P. Adams announces a great
credit sale at the 6tore of II. Ilack
feld & Co., on Tuesday and Wednes
Bankrupt sale at Hawaiian Eazar
a good opportunity for ladies to
got tin, glass and crockery ware,
and other household utensils.
Sui'unriKi: Black Dress Coats, to
be secured at a bargain, at N. S.
.Sachs, 104 Fort street. 1)0 lw
Sni: those beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street.
Tin: Union Feed Co. keep in stock
Rice straw in bales for bedding and
cut liny, in connection with their
large stock of Hay & Grain. Trices
low, and delivered to any pait of
tho city. Telephone No. 175. lw
Paihius desirous of sending Ba
nanas or other Island fruits to friends
or relatives on tho Coast, can have
the same delivered at destination by
paying cost and charges to Ily.
Davis, manager C. V, & V. Co.
"Well, Johnny," &hc said, "have
you been paying attention?"
"Yessuin," he answered promptly.
"I'm gird to hear it, Johnny.
Now, can you tell mo what, there is
"Wy wy mum, there's u frog,
an' a lizard, an' a dead cat in it, but
I didn't put 'em there. It was
Ceorgie Winters, fur I been him do
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ciu:i: Man, of Ililo, lm? been ad
judged n bankrupt.
C'oKKi.si'oxmaccr. and Civil Coint
lepoit on font th page.
Titu bund is playing at the leper
hospital this af tornooii.
Tiiuiti: was a large and fashion
able attendance at the Yosemitc rink
Lions & Levey hold their regular
cash sale to-morrow, when dry goods,
groceries, horses, etc., will be offer
ed. A liu.NDLi: of rags, from Mrs.
Mackintosh, has been left at this
olllco for the lepers in the branch
Titr.m: will be a quarterly meeting
of the Athletic Association to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock, at the
ofllce of Mr. Fred Wundonbcrg.
Lr.rir.its of condolence on the
death of Queen Emma have been re
ceived by Hi3 Majesty from King
Christian of Denmark, King Hum
bert of Italy and the Prince of Mo
naco. Ciukf Engineer J. Nott, before
his departure, appointed Fire Mar
shal McGuire to assist Second Assis
tant Engineer J. Asch during the
occasional absence of First Assistant
Fitou all appearances the beauti
ful palm in Messrs. II. Ilackfcld &
Co.'s yard, blown down by the late
gale and replanted, is going to live
in spite of the contrary predictions
of many wiseacres,
Tin: Minister of the Interior lias
appointed Messrs. A. N. Arnold,
Chas. E. Richardson and James W.
Colville, a board of inspectors for
the suppression of disease among
animals on the island of Hawaii.
A few of Saturday's Bulletin,
containing report of tho Yoscmite
carnival and list of masqucradors,
are still on hand. Those desiring
copies to preserve or send away
should apply early to save disap
pointment. Tm: Honolulu Rifles held their
monthly meeting last night. Three
members tcndcicd tlieir lcsignalions,
which were accepted. Five mcni
beis were appointed a committee to
select a new armory, with instruc
tions to present an early report.
Mis. Henry S. Townscnd, Pie&i
dent of the Teachers' Association,
is spending a few days of his vaca
tion in town. He looks hale and
hearty, bearing evidence in his per
son of the healthfulncss of Lihuc,
Kauai, the scene of his pedagoguic
Through the courtesy of the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, the
Royal Hawaiian Band this morning
serenaded Mr. Chilian, Chinese Con
sul, at his residence, m honor of the
fifteenth birthday anniversary of His
Imperial Majesty Kong Shoo, Em
peror of China.
Foil a long time a dangerous pit
fall has existed in the 7nakai side
walk of Queen street, corner of Ala
kea. It is a wonder that limbs have
not hecn broken there at night. In
any such a case the sufferer would
surely have a good claim for dam
ages against some party or other.
Tni: usual services will be held at
the various Protestant churches this
evening. Owing to Mr. Oggel's ab
sence over tho time intended, no
special subject is set for the Bethel
meeting. At Fort Street Church the
monthly missionary concert will be
held, the subject being, "The Free
State of Congo."
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Tin: Gazelle is authority for the
information that German measles
were brought here by the Japanese
steamer. Symptoms of the disease
are described as languor, shivering,
nausea, vomiting and sore throat.
The period of incubation is from
seven to fourteen days. It is to be
hoped no germs of this strange dis
ease have been left behind.
An Nim, charged with the posses
sion of opium found in bamboo
sticks in the space beneath the false
bottom of a trunk, at tho quarantine
grounds, utterly disowned the said
trunk in tho Police Court this morn
ing. Oillcers, however, swoio that
he acknowledged ownership of the
trunk on the grounds, and after
ward asked for it at the Police Station.
THE RAMIE COMPANY.
There was a meeting of tho Ha
waiian Ramio Company this fore
noon. While the business trans
acted was not of a nature deemed
advisable to bo made public, per
mission has been given to stale that
an entirely now machine is to bo
constructed at once, and the designs
of the Company me to be actively
pitshed. It may hero be mentioned
that the trial made tho other day
was of the old Coleman machine,
materially altered by inventions of
Mr. Lycau, the Company's man
ager, The result was very satisfac
tory ns before slated. There is
every appearance of ramie culture
and manufacture becoming estab
lished before long upon a profitable
basis, under tho auspices of the cn
lei prising gentlemen composing tho
Hawaiian Ramie Company. A bonus
of ten thousand dollars, and tho du
plication of tho price of the first
fifty tons of fibre accepted on the
market, await tlieir success, by act
of the Legislature.
A BUDDING ARTIST.
A short time ago mention was
made in this paper of a creditable
work of art done by Henr' Grube,
a lad employed in dipt. Marchant's
shop. It was tho engraving of the
symbol of St. George "and the dra
gon from an English sovereign, in
relief, upon a kukui nut basket.
Grube has turned out many similar
trinkets from his hands since, and
our reporter has been shown a very
line engraving of the American
eagle, and another one of a mono
gram and fancy design, both on
kukui nuts, which are remarkably
fine. Grube has had no tutor, anil
he uses graver's tools of his own
manufacture. That he should de
velop so high a degree of skill,
under those circumstances, marks
him out as a born artist. Talent
such as this young man evinces is
worth' of being taken under pat
ronage that would afford it the
means of full development under
efficient masters abroad.
RUBBISH ON THE STREETS.
Ever since the great storm of last
week, heaps of rubbish have been
accumulating on the streets in all
parts of the town. Collections of
debris from lawns and gardens have
been unceremoniously dumped in
the gutters of the public thorough
fares. The impression would seem
to be general that the authorities
are obliged to remove any amount
and any kind of garbage or refuse
which may be placed in their w.13
and under the public's noses. This
is a great mistake. Rule 11 of the
Board of Health regulations reads
"All persons arc hereby btrictly
prohibited from depositing any rub
bish or filth upon any street, lane,
wharf or vacant lot, within the
boundaries of the city of Honolulu."
The regular scavenging service
is only designed to encompass the
removal of ordinary household re
fuse, and containers thereof are not
supposed to exceed in size an ordi
nary bread box. Capt. Brown,
agent of the Board, declares his in
tention henceforth to strictly enforce
rule eleven above cited. In the
case of the general and specific
breach of the 1 emulations, men
tioned herein, the offense has been
very flagrant in manjr instances.
Piles of stumps and branches,
mingled with loose leaves and fruit,
exhaling noxious odors from fer
mentation, arc to be seen, some of
them as big as cottages, obstructing
the carriage way and encroaching
upon the sidewalks. Enormous quan
tities of debris have been removed
by Capt. Brown's men and teams
since the storm. The agent is doing
all he can to have the streets cleared
up as quickly as possible, but the
scavenging equipments of the Board
were never intended for work of
Wednesday, Aug. 5th.
Apana forfeited bail of 80 for
Peter Miranda pleaded guilty to
carrying a pistol in Honolulu this
morning. He was fined S 15 and 81
costs, or in default' fifteen days at
Ah Low, who was remanded on
3rd inst., at his own request, plead
ed guilty to having opium in his
possession. He was sentenced to
pny $100 fine and $1 costs, and to
imprisonment at hard labor for forty
days, the opium to be confiscated.
Felix Lopez was fined SG for as
sault and battery on Kini (k.).
William Wilson, remanded for
affray when his antagonist forfeited
810 bail on Monday, pleaded guilty
and was discharged with a repri
mand. All Nee, accused of having opium
in his possession, pleaded not guilty
and was remanded till to-morrow,
so that a ceitain bag of effects could
The Yale student charged with
having assaulted a policeman, lias
been discharged. New Haven police
men ought to bo careful about going
out at night. Boston Post.
Ho had fallen into the stream,
and had already sunk once and was
going down a second time, when a
brave man leaped into the angry
waters and laid hold of the unfor
tunate one. Tho latter looked at
his rescuer in a beseeching manner
and gasped: "I beg, my dear sir,
that you will permit me to sink once
more in the interest of literary
tradition, you know. No person I
ever read of was rescued until ho
was going down for the third time.
I may die, but I shall havo the satis
faction of knowing that I have not
departed from a time-honored and
revered cu&toni." JJoslon Tran
I have received iinlmcllons from W. S.
Luce, Ksq., to sell at public auction,
ON FRIDAY, AUGUST, 7th,
At 10 o'clock a.m., on the premise,
Wyllle Street, Nuunnu Valley,
adjoining Dr. Hoffinnun,
Tho Entire Household Fur'ture
Curio', Statuettes, Picture?, Aviary
ComprlNc In PuvLiiN follows
Beautiful Ohinctc Dinner, Breakfast ami
Tea Service, viry complete and
in perfect order.
One pair of handsome 11. W. Iilhr.iiy
Cases, Ebony Slile Tables, inlaid with
mother of pearl i Satin Worked Pallor
Chairs, Vienna Sntln Worked Chairs,
Odd and Eisy Parlor Chairs, Elegant
Ono Complete Gut Glass Sot !
Tumblers, Hocks, Champagnes, Slier,
ries, Liquors, Clnref, Finger Howls,
etc., a perfect scl.
Qno Tcte.a (etc Dclruner Set, one full
and complete ict of White China, Black
Walnut Dining Table, o.xtra size; Mark
Walnut Sideboard, Black Walnut Din.
ing Chubs, a large assortment of
Handsome Chandeliers and (Jilt Side
Lain pi, with duplex burners; ipiile new
In Btylc and very desirable.
Fine Pictures and Engiavingo, richly
One Upright Cottage Pianoforte,
In Italian Walnut Case.
Ono pair elegant Japanese Bronze Urns,
costly and unique.
Wall Mirrors, Ebony and Gilt, with
Jnpniicsc ami Chinese Vimcs.
An as'-ortmjnt of Standard Hroik,
Bronze Uusts of Mar- and Minerva,
Statuette of Hacchm, also Venus of
Mili.i; liboiiy and Maiblc Centie Tabic,
finely carved ;S ilin Hand Painted Lain
breipiim and Cornices, llohemiaii Fi
L'lires and (liaises; Statuette in Bronze,
Harlequinc and Columbine.
Inlaid Hall Chairs, Koa Book Caae,
Black Walnut Mai ble-top Bedroom SetF,
Hair Mattic?se Feather Pillows,
Mosquito Xets, Etc. Also, an
assortment of Kitchen
HorKcw, Ctii'i'iu&CN &, I'oulia-.v.
Also, llie beautiful aviary, with il
large collection of Birds.
Alto, the large and complete Fernery,
with a great vaiiely ot plant-.
With 11 bundled and one things be.
sliks, which it is impossible to desciihe
within the limits of nn advertisement.
Loeis of art ami the icsthctic will do
well to call and examine the articles to
ho oii'eicd, as it is undoubtedly the
finest collection been for yeais, and
everything is in the most perfect order.
Free busses will leavo E, O. Hal IV,
corner at 0:15 and 0:45 o'clock n. in., on
day of sale, and tho house will be open
id for inspection from 0 o'clock 11. in. to
!t o'clock p. in. on tho day previous
Descriptive catalogues will be issued.
K. P. AIA1IS, Aiift'r.
TViiiisi-iiii. "r alloy.
Under directions from "W.S. Lure, Esq,,
I shall oiler at public miction,
ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 7th,
At 10 o'clock 11. 111. on the prfciube,
Wyllle Street, Nuiianu
Tlie Vtlnille Hoiisb k Lot
Owned and occupied by Mm, with till
tho out-huildlngK, kitchen, bluhlc,
roach house and barn.forvaiitH'
house, chicken and poultry
Tho lot is 225 feet front and .125 feet
deep, and commands a dimming view
of tlie city, harbor mid sen, as well of
Xuuanu Valley, from tho inaukii plde.
It is well laid out with fruit and other
trees. TJ10 house was welt and thor
oughly built In 1681, with all tho modern
conveniences, hot and cold water, etc,
and is in tho most perfect order, leady
for immediate occupancy.
The kitchen is i:).:jO, and will please
Patties wishing to vJlw tho premises
can do so on application to Mr. Luce or
tho auctioneer. .)
K. P. ADA3IN, Aiu't'r.
0 uml 1) Hotel atreet.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California Grapes, Pearlies, Apricot, Phimi, Pears, Neetaiiues and Prunes. Also,
Eicsh C.ila Salmon, do Shrimpy do Codfl-h, do Clams in Shell, and Hock Cod.
Aim, a few nice ltcd Cabbage, SwiiR Cheese, Cream Cheese. Edam Cheese and
very mild Cain Pamlly Cheese. Family C.ila Corned Beef, Fresh Cain Holl Butter,
ICegs Family Butter.
ALSO, Vino Fat Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack and Baracuta for sale
cheap. A fine lot of choice 2s' uw Zealand Potatoes, jiibt received and for 6alo very
cheap in ipiantltics to suit.
ALSO, A full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries, just to hand per O. S. S.
Co.'s steamer Mariposa.
By each arrival of O. S. S. Co.'s, steamers-, we received Frcsli Gala Fruits, do
Fish, Oystcis and Game on ice.
Gooih delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone 20. 2-10, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (702
E. C. SCHUMAN,
Osxi'i-isift-o and Wagon MCa,lcei
r-fpr r (a
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Ii fii'sii-cluNM 111:1111101 :.iitl iirices o suit i lie iiiimM.
70 ICing St., adjoinini; Ceo. '. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. (im
Open Every Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday Afternoons.
Music by tlie Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
MK. OKAS. llOYTS Shoeing Shop
it, now reopened. Interfering
hone a specialty. 115 King Street,
coiner of Alnkea. ' !!) If
IY a fln-l-clubs Foituguo-e Cook, a
J Mtuallon In a piivatc family. He.
fereuco given. Call at
GONSALVJiS & CO., fi7 Hotel Si.
AT'.VO-STOHY COTTAGr., WITH
ticllUcd verandahs uml largo
grounds, at FnhitiH, lately occupied by
Mr. W. II. Wilkinson,' lient low to
a good tenant. .JOHN BOBLLLO.
.TTAV1NG obtained the services of a
Xl Ih.tt-olas l'iano Tuner, wo wish
to infoun lliu public that wo aro nblo to
Tunc and ltepair I'Iuihn at tdiorl notice.
All ordcis left with us willbu promptly
attended to. and all win I; wm ranted.
1032 ly WEST, DOW CO.
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Yoseioite SMii li
Will In' open e cry afternoon and even,
ings as follows:
Zllondaj', IVnliiexilns', Thui'Htluy uml
To the public in general.
Tui'Mliiy mid Friday I'vcning?. mill
Wnliirmlii' unit Sutunlns-
For ladic; and their ocoit.-.
AMU.SBMENT3 TO CO.MK:
Fancy skater.-, must look out for the
month of August.
Dancing cety Friday evening fiom
U to 1U.
IMiihU) ly tlio ItillKl,
Eveiy Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Evening; also at the Wednesday JIa.
linee. T. E. WALL, Manager.
Mrs. J. Rodanet
GIVES fair notice to her customer
that ALL accounts duo her must lm
paid this month, or they will bo placed
In thu hands of a collector.
Honolulu, August 1st, 1835. C-l tf
Labor Saving Soft Soap.
WHAT ALL FAMILIES, HOTELS
J,'and Laundries need. Forsaloat
W. E. Herrlck's shop. Bethel street, by
N yft Piviiitlii'r .to
y7 ( Tri1111nh1g,
1 nn wju. 11. iiuuui
JUST RECEIVED )
l'or Alnmedti, 11 small iiuolcc " .
of very lino
O I. G- A K S : ' '
LA VENUS j
PUNCH; RABBIT TRANSIT; Etc
For Sale at the lienor BaloDii,
SI SwJ . J, NOJLTK, Proii'ior.
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