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TUESDAY, AUG. II, 1;
Tug Hlcit from Ilnnu
Gorman Steamship oft port
Stnir ivluau for Windward Foil
Stmv C It Bishop for Uamakm
Scbr AVallcle for Kiutnt
Sehr Mnna for tlonomu
Hglue Couuoh for San Franclwo
Bktne Eureka for S:ui FrancUco
Stnir W G Hall for Maul and Hawaii
Stiur.Ins.Makco for Kauai
Sohr J.ukn for ICohohdoh'
Sehr Kamol for l.aiipahoehoe
From llaunlcl. Kllauea and ICapaa,
Knunl, via AVnlalua and Walanao. Oaliu.
per stnir .Tus Makee, August 0 Associ
ate Justice l'rcton. r A Whiting, A T
Peterson. V 35 Aiicrhach, and GO deck.
From llamoa and ihtmakua. per slmr
C It Bishop. August S 11 It II l'rinee9
I.tlluoknlanl, S Scllg. G AV Farr and 17
For Kauai and Nilhau, via AYuhmac.
per I walnut. August 1011 STownend,
lion II AAVideinann, Mi-s AVldoinnnn,
Mrs U Lose and infant, Ml Wright, .1
Nemo and 05 deck.
For Windward Ports, pcrLehua, Au
gust 10 ltuv .1 A Cru.an. wife. nuro
and three "children, Ir Solomon and
daughter, Mrs Hoffman, W Urquhart,
Itov Father James, Bev Father Ma
nilas, Brothers Francis. Thomas. An
drew, Philip and William, E C Wins
ton, Mrs J no Kalama and son. Mls
Cameron, AV J Lowric and 100 deck.
For San Francisco, per Consuolo, Au
gust 11 Mrs 15 J Tavlor, MissMalile
Taylor, Miss Lucy Taylor, Miss Grace
Taylor, Miss Jessie Tavior. Master Clias
Taylor, Mr T S Soulhwick, Mr C E
CoVille, Mrs W II Hongs. .1 1) Eraser
and wife, G Brown and V ltess.
fiFor Windward Ports, pur Kinau, Au
gust 11 Miss Boy, Mrs MeGulre, Mrs
J M Robinson, Ml-s E Thompson. Ml-s
AAA'cst, Mlssll Stillmnn, J FEekair.
wife and child, Miss Martin. Mis, Putt!
Kosc, D It Vida, J F Jordan, liov Gul
stan, Mrs Hugo. AV Els-tcr and wife. G
AVIlltnlicockVA Kotwant. MUs Ma
kalua Poikai, C Afong, Mis M I.add,
Miss AAroods, C L AVIiite. wife, two
eliildren and servant, Llta AVilder, Geo
A Fellows. For the Volcano Miss Mc
Allister, Capt Airs aud wife, A Robert
son, AV MolJrvdc, Mr Itodnian, K Mc
lnerny, Miss Hatch, F M. Hatch.
A large German steamship was tele
phoned off Diamond lid this afternoon.
Captain Cantcion, formerly master of
the steamer C B Bishop and' later chief
olHcer of the tern Beulah, arrived by
the AV H-Dimond yesterday morning to
take the position of mate of the steamer
The bktne AV 11 Dimoiid, Capt Houd
lctt, arrived yesterday morning, 144
days from San"Franciseo. She brought
20 mules, 5 horses and 2 bulls.
The Constielo sailed this afternoon
for San Francisco with ii.275 bags of
sugar and 21 head of cattle, valued at
The bktne Discovery, Meyers master,
arrived yesterday. 11 days from San
Francisco, and docked near the P M S S
wharf. She is consigned to llackfcld
& Co. Captain 1'erriman having re
mained in San Francisco this trip of the
Discovery. Chief Oilicer Mcyeis brought
The tern Beulah, here not long ago
with coal from Newcastle, is now run
ning between San Francisco and Port
Townscnd in the lumber trade.
The Olowahi mill has finished grind
ing for the season. The yield was S.'iO
tons of sugar.
The. schooner AVaichu has gone into
the stream to renovate. Captain Kib
liug, her master, will take the schooner
AVailclo to Kauai.
The bark T It Foster, Capt Kugg, ar
rived Sunday, 18 days from Poit Town
kond with 015,115 feet of lumber to
Lowers & Cooke. She is docked at the
foot of Fort street. She had a severe
gale on the 4th insr, during which her
cargo shifted and got wet, giving her a
The J B Leeds which arrived Sunday,
1SJ days from Navarro River with lum
ber, sailed last cvciihi" for ICcalia, Kauai,
to discharge. She will nflerwaids sail
for Port Townscnd in ballast. She en
countered a storm on August 3rd, from
E N E to AV in latitude 2.! 00' longi
tudo 140 75' which lasted for ten
hours. During the gale the vessel
labored heavily. The captain says it
was the severest blow ho had lia'd for
twenty-five years in the Paeille.
BUSINESS ITEMS. "
Sui'nnnxc Black Dress Coats, to
be secured at a bargain, at N. S.
Sachs, 101 Fort street. 90 lw
We have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut pole cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. !.) iit
Paktii:s 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 Ily.
Davis, manager O. P. & P. Co.
Froycr's Circus and ICqiicscurricu
lum. Allen & Robinson, Parafilno Paint
N. B. Emerson, meeting of Geo.
"W. Do Long Post tills evening.
N. S. Sachs, wanted salesman.
Lewis & Co., new announcement
of fresli fish, fruits, and vegetables,
C. K., Bullutin O., situation
E. P. Adams, sale of schooner
Liholiho, noon to-morrow.
L. C. Aides, quarterly meeting E.
O. Hall t Son.
Mrs. E. Bachelor, card of thanks
to lire department.
The Honolulu Library and Bead
ing Room Association,
LOOAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mimic nt both skating rinks this
IIonouu; Itillcs havo their usual
weekly drill this evening.
On. Trousseau lins returned and
reported no smallpox at liana.
A uundli: of clothes is lying nt
this orliec, for the Leper Hospital.
The Rev. J. A. Cruzan, wife and
family have gone to rusticate a while
A ur.MJUtKAr.u: letter of General
Grant, and yesterday's Police Court
report, on fourth page.
Tin: opening performance of the
circus is postponed until Thursday
evening, for the reason given in the
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Tiiuiti: was a luau and dance at
the king's boathousc yesterday after
noon, attended by a largo throng of
natives of both sexes.
Mi:sstts. lioland it Johnson are
building, in rear of the Honolulu
planing mill, a new sixteen-oarcd
boat, with latest improvements, for
Jin, Henry Smith, Deputy Clcik
of the Supreme Court, leaves to-morrow
for AVaialua, to take two weeks'
respite from the legal strife of
Jin. T. E. Krottse, member of
Engine Co. Is'o. 1, presented to that
company, last night, an American
Hag twenty-one feet in length and
of proportionate width.
Tin: placing of the lime made by
the Hawaiian Stone Co. on the mar
ket, by Messrs. Allen & Robinson
the agents, marks the inauguration
of one new industry here.
An Sin:, an opium convict, es
caped from prison last Saturday,
and was recaptured yesterday by
Oilicer Mehrlens, back of the Re
formatory School, Palaina.
Tin: monthly meeting of Bethel
Union Sunday school teachers will
lie held this evening at 7.30 o'clock,
at the residence of E. W. Jordan,
School street. A good attendance
Ditivr.ns of spirited horses will
govern themselves according to the
fact that the locomotive is to begin
running the first of next week, tak
ing material down for the filling in
at the lighthouse.
Dit. J. Mott Smith reports all
ready for the Bbuisvillc Exposition.
Ho asks for more Hawaiian pro
ducts a request anticipated by the
Government, as a supplementary
exhibit is now in transit.
Tun mules that came by the A
II. Dimond yesterday had a gay
time, after landing, running about
the city front and makinsr tilings
lively. They were cornered and
caught this morning near the O. S.
Tin: Ilonouliuli explorers reached
that place last evening, all well but
a little stiff and sore. This morn
ing, with Mr. Brown and a native
ranchman, they made a trip to the
Waianae mountains, returning at 2
o'clock, r. 31.
. -o .
Somk of the Volcano tourists that
went by the AAr. G. Hall on her
last trip photographed all interesting
views, and took instantaneous photo
graphs of the Hall taking in cattle.
The pictures arc so good that the
woe-begone look of the bullock is
Tan S. F. Wusp of August 1st
lias a striking picture on the deatli
of General Grant "The First and
Last Surrender Finished." It also
contains, among oilier poetical con
tributions on the sad event, a poem
by Dan O'Connell, formerly editor
of the F. C. Advertiser.
L'hakmi: Tilden, son of the la
mented and ill-fated manager of
the Hawaiian Hotel, is assured of a
home with Mr. J. II. Drummond
and wife, at Glen Ellen, Cal., as
long as they live. He is learning
viticulture on their estate. The
late Mr. Tilden's two daughters are
attending school at Sonoma.
How doth the mosquito so gay
Improve each lamp-lit hour
And from the life-tide suck away
The juice of vital power.
How skilfully lie makes his choice
Of man's nerve centers facial,
And makes one wish, with heart and
To hio to regions glacial.
Mit. Julius II. Smith, Superin
tendent of Public Works, goes to
Kauai to-morrow, taking with him a
ferryboat for the Wailua River,
where the bridge was swept away.
Ho also takes along a gang of work
men to repair the Hanalei bridge,
and before returning will investi
gate the needed repairs to other
bridges on that island.
YtaTi'.uiUY noon the second mate
of the Kinau harpooned a Ulna off
the Kiiiau's wharf. Tho spear struck
the fish on the center of tho hack
nnd held it fast. Mr. Bccklcy and
Mr. Markham made a wager of one
dollar as to the weight of the fish,
and when the scales were balanced
ut fit) pounds it proved thai looks are
deceiving and that Markham was
below the mark.
Mr.. G. AV. Brown has shipped by
the Consuolo to-day 24 head of cat
tle. They are from the herd belong
ing to Sir. Jns. I. Dowsett and are
said to be thoroughbred. They are
u small coal-black, hornless animal,
particularly noted for their breeding
propensities. Mr. Brown will take
them to San Francisco, where he
will offer them for ialo. The male
of the Constielo said there was
plenty of fun getting them aboard.
They were frisky and whenever they
made for anybody, the threatened
one did not have to be told to "look
out" a, second time, but looked and
got out of the way with alacrity.
Agreeable to a resolution of the
committee appointed by the Ameri
can residents of Honolulu and
vicinity, memorial services in honor
of the late General U. S. Grant, cx
Prcsidciit of the United Slates, will
beheld on Thursday next the 13th
inst., at Fort street Church, at 3
o'clock p. m.
A welcome is extended to all
desirous of attending.
Business houses arc respectfully
asked to close during the hours set
apart for the services.
J. S. McGREW,
Honolulu, August 10, 1885.
ARRESTED FOR THEFT.
George II. Torbert, who came
here with the San Francisco Dra
matic Co., and after a short absence
on the Coast returned on July 22nd,
was j'esterday afternoon arrested for
stealing money and other articles
from rooms in the Hawaiian Hotel,
where lie has been staying. His
name appeared in the programmes
of the dramatists as George Talbot,
but he only appeared once on the
boards and then in an insignificant
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Some mistakes having been made
in the list of oilicers of the Cham
ber of Commerce, as given our re
rcporter by one of the members of
that body, the correct list is given
Mr. A. J. Cartwright, Sr., Presi
dent ; Mr. F. A. Scliacfcr, Vice
President; Sir. J. B. Atherton,
Secy.-Trcas. A prominent member
of the Chamber lias remarked to us
that they would not have lost the
services of Mr. Atherton for any
money: "Why, he's as good as a
A crayon picture of her late Maj
esty Queen Emma is on exhibition
in King Bros.' Art Store, Hotel
street. It was copied from a photo
graph by the Michigan Portrait Co.,
of Charlotte, Michigan, is three
quarter life size, and acknowledged
by connoisseurs to be the finest por
trait, in black and while, ever seen
in Honolulu. The features are re
markably radiant and lifelike, and
the shading is executed witli delicate
skill. Among other present attrac
tions of the same store arc 11 pair of
German pictures, belonging to a
resident merchant, entitled, "The
Seminary Alarmed," and "The Pur
suit of Fortune." The first depicts
the consternation of the students of
a ladies' seminary over a nrystcri
ous disturbance in the pantry. In
the second is seen an eager horse
man in pursuit of an angel of pro
mise holding a crown alluringly be
fore Iiis gaze, while the figure of Vir
tue is trodden under his horse's
feet in his desperate chase after the
glittering bauble. Drawings made
by children in the schools, under
Prof. Furncatix's tuition, also form
an exhibition of especial and varied
The baseball match between the
Honolulus and Oceanics on Satur
day afternoon at Makiki grounds
resulted in a victory for the former
club by four runs. Mr. Geo. Mark
ham, pitcher for the Honolulus,
woiked with energy nt the beginning
of tho game but weakened toward
the last. C. AVilder, catcher for
Markham, stopped many a hard ball
but was blow in throwing it to base.
AV. Wall, pitcher for the Oceanics,
evidently became discouraged dur
ing the game, as lie threw wildly
and was batted right and left.
J. I. Dowsett, Jr., Honolulu, when
starting to run, stumbled against the
home plate and sprained his shoul
der. His place was taken by Ed.
Dowsett. Mr. B. F. Bishop, um
pire, found it a hard task to satisfy
everybody, as sonic of the ball
movements were complicated and
decisions on tho moment were diill
cult to make. Ho fulfilled his duty,
however, in an impartial manner
and was permitted to leave the field
without i cheer. Mochonua, third
base Oceanic, made two splendid
single hand catches. In all there
was some good hutting, catching,
artful dodging and base stealing,
making the play interesting. The
game wound up with a score of nine
runs for the Honolulus nnd live for
the Ocoanics. The attendance was
fair. This being the first defeat of
the season for the Oceanics, the
Honolulus are entitled to wear their
It is nil very well for old folks to
say the circus day is over, but the
young people do not say so. And
it will be found, when the opening
day arrives, that a good many sedate
and bearded pards will bo gliding
up to the ticket wagon, with a
youngster or two in tow, and tlte
excuse on their lips that they want
the children "to sec the animals."
The following extracts will show
how Fryer's circus w:w regarded in
San Francisco :
San Francisco has seen oine icninrli
able shows, hut nothing has ever been
hero before equal to the circus known as
Fryer's Kqiiuscuriiculuui. This show
contains all the elements of a ehciis
with many additions. The performance
is dlrlUed into two parts, the lhsl em
bracing tumbling, vaulting, perch, bar
and acrobatic feats. The second por
tion of the show Is devoted to Fryer's
Circus, which Is a veritable Xouh's ark.
AA'onderful and marvelous are strong
expressions to apply to anything, but
aie by no means an exaggeration in this
easo. There arc ponies that 1 ide and
ponies that drive, dogs that ride ami
drive, goats that rido horseback and
leap obstacles, ponies that pick up hand
kerchiefs, and a pony tliat Ores oil a
loaded cannon which he carries strapped
upon his back. But perhaps the clever
est part of the circus, and one which
eeitatnly gives the most pleasure, is the
military diill by cisht little ponies, who,
without rider or any kind of guide, go
through all of the military evolutions at
tlie simple word of command. The two
goats which tide hoisuback, in dcllaucc
of all laws of luedlanpiogrcssion, show
the rare art of animal training that
Fryer possesses, and the pony thai skips
the rope to the music of the baud is
another proof of his skill and patience.
He lias trained two ponies to sec-saw on
a plank, one standing up aud the other
sitting down as never pony sat down in
a natural state. He has ponies trained
to pick up papers aud ponies trained to
hide them. His dogs, also, arc very
clever, and do tricks out of the regular
line, all of which are well done. The
llnal act, "Circus Riding Exposed,"
sends the spectators home roaring with
laughter. The attendance has been very
select. Daily Evening Post, San l'ran-
Fiiykk's Cinci.'s EQvr.sci'r-.nicui.u.M.
The very novel and Interesthm exhibi
tion of animal acton at the Wigwam
proves to be a great draw. Crowded
houses nightly show that the people
appreciate nleiit even in dumb brutes.
Chronicle, May 9th.
Fryer's combination of exceptionally
entertaining trained animals is doing a
big business at the Wigwam. Cliroriclc,
A case of larceny against a young
while girl occupied the attention of
tiie Police Court during the whole
of this forenoon. Defendant was
accused of stealing a few spools and
other articles of slight value from a
dressmaker employing her. The
case excites peculiar interest, and
it is generally remarked that it is a
pity such a matter should come into
Court. Equally whether the de
fendant is guilty or not, the opinion
of spectators is that it is a lament
able pieye of business. At 12.12
the evidence for the defense was
not all in, and the Court took reccs
until half-past one.
Tolbert, accused of theft at the
Hawaiian Hotel, 'at in the dock all
morning, lie did not appear to be
much concerned over his position.
Summers, the negro charged with
burglary on Hotel street the other
night, was not in sight. The ,cs
sion is likely to last until five o'clock.
Mr. Ashford closed for the defense
by half-past two, and Mr. Hartwell
for the crown at three. Judge
Bickerton promised judgment to
morrow morning at 0 o'clock.
"No," said the Vermont deacon,
"I don't approve of boss racin', and
when another member of the church
becomes so godless as to try to pass
me on the road comin' home from
meetin' I feel it my duty to the
church to let out a leetle on the
reins, just to keep him from ptittiu'
his trust in earthly things."
Halawa Sugar Company.
npiIIJ annual meeting of the Halawa
X. Sugar Company will ho held at
the ollleo of O. Ihcwcr teC'o., on .Monday
the 17th August, at 10 o'clock a.m. A
full attendance of stockholders is ic
fpiestcd. .1. O. CAHTKB,
88 Sw Secretary Hahna Sugar Co.
HOUSE and Phaeton, cheap. Inquire
of W. D.McWAYM:.
OEGS to inform her numerous friends
.IJ and customers that t-he has ic
moved to Nu mi 11 11 blrcet, third house
from the llrt bridge, where bho will ho
happy to attend to all orders forl)iesn.
making in all brunches, and at juices to
suit the limes. 912 lw
. WANTED I
AUESI'KCTAUW: and educated Girl 1
or young woman to tako care of
children and to niako herself urnerally
useful iu managing household atlalrs.
To the right puny will bo given 11 com.
fnrlablo home and she; will bo consider,
ed a conipinion 111 the family. Good
wages. Apply to J.E.WISEMAN,
00 lw General Business Agent.
tj & 55"
13 t3sca en
OT w.i l!) Hotel HU'cot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, Caulillowcr, Celciy, Eastern Oysters, Pears, Cala Fresh Salmon, do
Codfish, do Uock Cod, do Smelts, do Plums, do Lobsters, do Shrimps, do
Grapes, do Pears, do IVarhes, Roll Butter.
ALSO Smoked Salmon, di Halibut, do Herrings, do Beef, do Sausages; Salmon
Bellies, fi lb. Tins; Dried Ahlen Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do Pears;
C.ila Dried Figs, Cream Clieo-e, Swiss Clieee, Family Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, 8 lb. Tins; Mackctcl, '.'5 lh. Kits; Petit Puis, very smnll
and very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Salad Oil in pint and (pmrts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cala Salad Oil, Apples, a lb. Tins Butter, Kegs Butter,
Star Ham, Loin lhieon and a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Goods deliveied free of charge to all paits of Honolulu, and satisfaction
guai an tccd.
Telephone No. 210, Both Companies. P. O. Bos 297. (702
In (ii-Nl --!:ihk maiiiUM- anil priccH to nuil, llio tinicH.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contuictor & Builder. 0m
Central Par! Stall Ril
Open Every Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday Afternoons,
Music by the Band.
Tuestlav Friday and Saturdav Even
ings and on Wednesday
V7IMi:itS Steamship Company
Ti wants to buy a larjro iron box
Apply at the Company's olllce.
MB. CIIAS. IIOYT'H Shoeing Shop
is now re-openod. Interfering
horses n bpeciully
corner 01 amkcu,
TWO-STOIIY COTTAGE, WITH
trcllhcd veraudaliH ami luri.'o
grouudu, al Fahima, lately occupied hv
Mr. W. 11. Wilkinson." Kent low lii
a good temtnt. JOHN JtODEM.O.
HAVING obtained the services of a
first-class l'iano Tuner, we wish
to Inform the public Unit wu are alilo to
Tune uud Hepair I'innos at tlioil notice.
All orders left with us will lw promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1033 ly WEST, DOW to CO.
Wag - on IMCalcei
YosnitB Skating; Rink.
Will he open every afternoon and ewu.
ings as follow:.:
.Ilonilny. AtVilnpHtlny, Tliiii'Mtu.v
To tin: public in geneial.
Tuesday mill Krlclny KvciiIuk.
WeilncNilny and Madmtny
For ladiei and their c-coili
AM USKMKNTS TO CO.Mi:
P.y icqucst of ladies and gentlemen
who look part in the last Mnstpicradu nt
Yohcmite Skating Hink, preparations
am being made 10 have another, Sept.
25th, when we will have the Oinnd May
pole Dance also,
Mrs. J. Rodanet
G1 IVES fair notice to her customers
Tthal ALL accounts due her mu6l he
paid thi3 month, or they will be placed
iu tho hands of a collector.
Honolulu, Augiibt 1st, 188fi. ' (M tf
jlior Saving Soft Soap.
XriIAT ALL FAMILIES, HOTELS
TT fond l.nuiulries need. ForEaleat
AV. K Ilerrick's shop, Bethel street, by
77 1m AVM. II. BUDDY
COTTAGE TO LET.
rpilE coitngo, at present occupied by
JL Mrs. Small, opposite the lleretania
Street entrance of the Hawaiian Hotel,
win lie let at tf iu per month; tlie letting
of the same being conditional upon the
salo of the furniture now in it. For
particular.-!, apply to
til tf A. J. CAUTWHIGHT.
L. E. SPERRY,
Jeweler and Engraver,
. M'uuiiiift, AVntc;linmlcoi
NO. g:i, FOItT BTUEKT.
Engravings and Monograms executed
Iu the highest style, and Jewelry
01 made to order. 3ra