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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12, 1885.
ilt ARRIVALS. ,,
Schr Mlllo Jloirls finm Lnnal
Sclir Ehukal from Waiahia
Ilk Frcno front Ncwoastlo
L 'departures. "
Bktue Eureka for San Francisco
Stmr W G Hall for Maul nnd Hnwalt
Stmr Jas Mnkeo for Kauai
Schr Luka for Koholnlcle
Sclir Kamol for Laupahoehoe
Sclir Mlllo Morris for Ewa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktuo W II Dlmontl, Hoiullctt
Bktno Discovery, Mcycis
Bk TR Foster, Pugg
t k SHIPPING NOTES.
i Schr Millo Morils brought ICO sheep.
Thrco schooners and tlio pile ill 1 or
are lying in the stieam.
The wlicclhouse of the steamer Jas 1
Dowsctt w 111 ho put on top the hurricane
The German stmr Hatatca, Captain
Vleieck, arrived last evening, 12 days
from Tahiti and nuchoicd In the stream.
She was rcpoitcd llrst as the Iwalanl,
then a large steamship, and inter hc
proved to he a small vessel of 378 tons
register. She had a cargo of oianges,
cocoanuts and copra for San Francisco.
She came here to l cpair her stcei lug gear,
which had got out of order. Sue had
two masts, the fore-square rigged, and
her bow.had a heavy bilge. She had a
slight list to the starboard. She took In
some store and after effecting repairs
she sailed at 0.30 o'clock.
The bark Fr"esno arrived this morn
ing, 55 days from Newcastle with 1,821
tons coal on the ship's account.
i. Tho Eureka sailed this afternoon for
San Francisco with 7,153 bag3 of sugar
nnd 230 bunches of bananas. Value,
Agreeable to a resolution of the
committee appointed by tho Ameri
can residents of Honolulu and
vicinity, memorial service1? in honor
of the late General D. S. Grant, cx
President of the United Slates, will
be held 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 are respectfully
asked to close during the hours set
apart for tho services.
' J. S. McGREW,
August 10, 1885.
Flowers arc needed for decorating
Fort Street Church to-morrow
(Thursday) afternoon. Those able
to contribute white or light pink
flowers, ferns, raaile, and similar
greenery, are requested to "send them
to Fort-Street Church as early as
convenient to-morrow "morning. If
..inconvenient to send the flowers, a
conveyance will be sent for them, if
word is sent to either Mr. J. A.
Hopper or Mr. P. C.v Jones. It
SupcnriKE Black Dress Coats, to
be secured at a bargain, at N. S.
Sachs, 104 Fort street. 90 lw
We have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut polo cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 93 3t
Pahties desirous of sending Ba
nanas or other Island finits to friends
or relatives on the Coast, can have
the same delivered at destination by
paying cost and charges to iiy.
P. & P. Co.
Cottage to let.
) . ' , Chas. Hustacc, fresh groceries,
' " etc. '
! Portuguese and wife want situa-
f Dress-making now system.
Milliner and dress-maker desires
''l , ! 'Furnishcd cottage to let.
f WJ. G,. Irwin & Co., Japanese
ThiB evening at 7.30 o'clock, at
tho Royal Hawaiian Hotel, tho
Royal Hawaiian Band will give a
complimentary concert to Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Spreckcls. The follow
ing is tho programme:
March Fearless and True Rappey
Overture Struggle for Fortune.. Suppo
Cavfttina Tho Pirate Bellini
Selection Marltana Wallace
PHI Aoao. Mahlna Malamalama.
Selection Barber of Seville. ...Rossini
Waltz Tho Flower Show Cooto
'Polka The Camel Corps Martin
Echo Piece Ka Ilea a Hlku....Berger
It is said that a West Point gra
duate has 120 pairs of white trousers,
and yet somo people say tho standing
.army is not well equipped.
Nature sometimes makes tho man,
and the man sometimes makes a
donkey of himself. It is pretty hard
'for a man to improve on nature.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Trie mango trees in the Govern
ment yard iiavc been thinned out.
Tun olllco of tho American Con
sulate will close at 12 noon to-morrow.
Usual services to-night in the
Bethel, Fort Street and St. Andrew's
Tuu native baseball club Hawaii
has received its masks and gloves,
and will soon be ready for action.
The schooner Liholiho was sold at
auction this morning by E. P.
Adams to Mr. John Ena for $750.
A aunsr nl tho Hawaiian Hotel
has lost 100 out of his pocket while
asleep on the vciandah. Evidently
the light-fingered fraternity arc get
Majok O'Connor marched out his
gallant young command, "The
Queen's Own," last evening. They
are making fine pi ogress under his
The German steamer that arrived
here yesterday afternoon from Tahiti
left a bundle of fifty letters for
foreign ports, chiefly for France.
She had a number of passengers on
Theiii Majesties tho King and
Queen went to Pearl River early
this morning. The queen went by
the road, and the king on tho Pole,
both returning by that steamer this
Mn. "W. II. Cornwell is reported
to have said that he would match
the horse Hancock against Faiamma
for $1,000, or would sell him for
$1,000, and match May D. against
him for $500 or $1,000.
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A kare exhibition is furnished in
the display of Japanese goods now
on view in the rooms above Messrs.
W. G. Irwin & Co.'s ofllces. It will
repay a leisure hour's inspection to
anybody, particularly people of
All the uprooted trees and shrubs,
and the wreck in general done at
Kapiolani Park during the late gale,
is being cleared away, and before
many months have passed the grounds
will probably attain their former
A hole, big enough for a horso to
put his foot in, is reported in the
long bridge at Waikiki, and further
more it is said to have been thorc
for no little time. It is supposed to
have been caused by a burning cigar
stump igniting tho planks.
Adams' great credit sale at Hack
feld & Co.'s store attracted many
buyers. Mr. Morgan officiated, and
the bidding was fairly lively. The
stock not being closed out within
the two a'dvertised days of sale, the
latter was continued for two days
Mr. Arthur Brown, an artist and
lecturer, who arrived on the Mari
posa, is gonig to the Volcano. On
his return he will likely deliver M
lecture in the Y. M. C. A. hall on
the Yellowstone. "While in Hono
lulu Mr. Brown is the guest of Mr.
P. C. Jones.
The Minister of the Interior has
reorganized a number of boards in
his department. The Commissioners
of Private Ways and Water Rights
for the District of Kona, now are,
Messrs. D. Kahanu, J. F. Brown
and A. C. Smith ; Commissioners of
Fences for the same District, the
same gentlemen; Appraisers of
Lands subject to Government Com
mutation, for the Island of Oahu,
Messrs. Cecil Brown, R. F. Bickcrton
and J. F. Brown. Mr. John Mur
doch has been appointed an agent
to take acknowledgments to labor
contracts for tho District of Hana,
Maui, vice Mr. E. Kistler, resigned.
Examinations for sergeants and
corporals will take place on Tuesday
evening, Aug. 18th, at 7 :30 o'clock
nt tho armory. Mr. Simmons, late
treasurer, has resigned his position
as such on account of an intended
visit to the States. The company
will address a letter of thanks to
Mr. Simmons for his past services,
and expressing the company's best
wishes. Dr. Fitch has been appoint
ed treasurer pro tem, The object of
the Rifles in getting a new armory is
to have a place where one can spend
an enjoyable evening in reading,
playing games, or conversation,
and thus mako the company popular
among the young men.
THE MEMORIAL SERVICES.
Arrangements are well forwarded
for tho Grant memorial services to
morrow. Messrs. Yarndley and
Jones have a musical corps organ
ized, and a programme prepared.
There will bo brief addresses by
Rev, II. II. Parker, Hon. A. S.
Ilartwcll, Dr. N, B. Emersoo, Mr.
J. M. Horner, Mr. Jona. Austin,
and Mr. Putnam the American Con
sul. A reading is promised by Mr.
Jas. B. Castle.
Tho Grant Memorial Commutes
desire to acknowlcd tho courtesy of
Actlng-Govcrner Clcghom, for tho
tender of the services of tho Royal
Hawaiian Band to-morrow. It will
play for a quarter of an hour be
fore, and the same time after the
services, at Fort Street Church.
NEW PICTURES OF THE VOLCANO.
An oil painting by Jules Taver
nier is on exhibition at the office of
Wilder S. S. Co. The picture con
sists of seven distinct views of as
many points on Hawaii, and are so
arranged on one piece of canvas as
t'o make the whole very attractive.
Picture No. 1 Burning lava with a
light veil of smoke, branches of
frail shrubbery, with few leaves,
are shown, and a lofty peak with a
white cap is depicted in the dis
tance. No. 2 A grass hut near
Hilo appears to be surrounded by
smoke and fire. The scene is
shrouded in darkness, making the
fiow of lava more vivid. No. 3
Is Maunakea in the distance. Pco
plo are portrayed on the low fore
ground, and trees arc seen near the
foot of the mountain. No. -1 Mau
naloa, shows a rugged hollow in the
center with smoke or vapor ascend
ing. Five persons are painted in
the act of walking, Maunaloa is
close bj. All is dark except where
nature's furnace reflects its light on
the heavens. No. 5 Halcmaumau,
tho center picture, is grand and im
pressive, nnd to attempt description
would only do tho artist an injus
tice. No. G Bird's nest made of
Pole's hair, with eggs, looks as
though hidden in rugged lava. No.
7 Ililo coast, a long line of cliffs
appearing to gradually taper as they
become more distant, waterfalls
shooting from the top of the cliffs,
striking on some projecting point
and again rebounding to fall into
the sea with a splash. Part of the
sea is shown with a reef close to
shore, making a magnificent sight.
Tuesday, Aug. 11th.
Kahokapu and Honolulu had
pay $G for drunkenness.
A number of cases were remanded,
including George II. Torhert, for
larceny, until the 13th.
Ah Yan was fined $50 and sen
tenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for one month, for having
opium in possessions. Three of his
countrymen, arraigned with him,
The prosecution was- abandoned
in the case of the Chinamen remand
ed some days ago for larceny of 150
Wednesday, Aug. 12th.
Judgment of "not guilty" was
given in the case of the young white
girl charged with larceny.
Ah See was given two months
additional servitude on the reef, for
attempting to escape from prison
George Summers was arraigned
for burglary and entered a plea of
not guilty. Fredk. Ahrens, whose
dormitory was invaded, gave testi
mony to the following effect: I
live back of Horn's on Hotel street.
Last Saturday night I went to bed
about 11.30. I closed my door and
window but did not lock them. I
was waked up by someone walking
in the room. At first I thought it
was a dog. Then I heard someone
at my trunk but could not see. I
thought I would go out and get
help. There are two doors; one
goes into the yard, and one into
young Horn's room. I got up and
was going into Horn's room, and
fell over a man. I said, "Who is
this?" and the man grabbed hold of
me and began to strike me with a
stick. Then he tried to get out of the
window. I held him back and made
a noise, and he bit me on tho left
arm. Then he got away from me
and ran out of tho door, and Mr.
Goodwin followed tho man into
Fowler's yard. When he first bit
me I tried to got hold of his hair,
but he was bald-headed; tried to
get his chin whiskers, found none,
but got him by side whiskers. I
saw he was lame ; never knew de
fendant before that night. Defen
dant is the man that was in my
room. I have not lost anything
from my room. The window goes
in a slide. 'I found a chair outside
tho window. The occurrence was
during the night, about 4 a. m. on
J. F. Goodwin testified to meeting
with prisoner on tho latter coming
out of Ahrens' room, and catching
him at tho soda water factory,
Prisoner said, "Let go of mo; I
haven't done anything." Witness
told him to como back and see. Ho
let him go after n struggle, as tho
prisoner put his hand to his pocket
as if to draw a knife.
A native girl employed in the
house whero defendant lodged, and
the policeman, Kauhane, who arrest
ed him, each" gave evidence, and tho
prisoner then made a statement. He
admitted the hat produced belonged
to him, but denied tho shoes, and
said ho dropped tho hat on Foit
Prisoner was committed for trial
to the Supreme Court.
Four men woro charged with
burglary on the premises of II.
Leuning, at Smith's bridge, on the
night of the 6th inst, Leunlng testi
fied to his house having been entered
by four man while he and his wife
were absent nbout ten minutes,
watching the fire of that night from
tho bridge. Ilis trunk was broken
open and $23.25 was taken. As ho
could not identify defendants as the
men, the prosecution was abandoned.
John Williams, John Dunn and
Joe Smith, charged witli vagrancy,
were remanded until the 19th, to
give them a chance to find work.
Kanui (k.) was given a year's
imprisonment at hard labor for
stealing a ring worth $10 -from Ka
hanuaupuni (w.), it being his second
Kalillha was fined $5 and $3 costs
Doctor: "Well, how is your nguo
now!" Patient: "Worse and
worse. I've had the shakes awfully
evory day." "I can't understand
that. Did you take the medicine I
prescribed?" "Yes, but it did no
good. Do you know, doctor, I
think that medicine might do good
if I took it before the shakes come
on instead of after?"- "Why, of
course. That is what I directed."
'It did not say so on the bottle."
"Consam those druggists. What
was on the bottle!" "Shake well
NICE furnished cottage of two
rooms, inquire No. 21) Beretania
street. 00 3t
COTTAGE TO LET. Second Story.
Parlor and 2 Bedrooms. N.E. cor.
Beretania & Fort streets. It
NEW system for dress-making taught
in a few lessons. Charts furnish.
ed. Terms reasonable.
P., Honolulu Post-Onlcc.
Address E. C.
Milliner & Dressmaker.
A LADY, thoroughly competent and
experienced, desires a position in
store as leading milliner or dress-maker.
Address E. C. P., Honolulu Post-Offlcc.
BY a young Portuguese and wife ho
to do a man's work about the pre
nuscs;8be to porform household duties.
Both speak English. Apply at
GONSALVES & CO., 57 Hotel st.
Would announce as a gentle reminder,
that he has just recehed an
Richardson & Robbins'
Cclebiated goods, consisting of
Boneless Cooked Ham !
Boned Chicken, Boned Turkey,
Curried Fowl, Curried Oysters,
Plum Pudding, Potted Meats,
Dvld. Ham. Also,
Choice Smyrna Figs !
- Dates, Comb Honey, French Peas,
uiives, uurci's unvc uu, .jams,
Jellies, Table Fruits, Sweet and Sour
Pickles, Hams, Bacon, Codfish,
Comet & Japan Tea, Lunch Tongues,
Ox Tongues, Salmon Bellic, Mackerel
Bbls Boston Dairy Salt, 101b Bags,
Cheese, and n general assortment of tho
necessaries of life too numerous to men.
tion, which will be sold at fair prices.
Telephono 119. (00 2w) King St.
Positively 9 Days Only.
Will exhibit daily, location, Fort street,
near Hotel street. Commencing
WctliiCHilny livening, Aug. 12,
Aud closing on Saturday, Aug. 22d.
POSTPONED Owing to inability of
tho Royal Hawaiian Hand to appear on
Wednesday evening, the management
have decided to postpone the opening of
Circus until Thursday evening, Aug. 1U,
when they will positively opon and per
form nightly thcicafter.
Saturday, Aug. 10th, Wednesday, Aug.
19th, and last mntinco Saturday,
Aug. 22d, 1835.
Doors open at 7:15 p.m., performances
begin at 8 o'clock sharp, Matinees,
doors open at 1:30 p.m., performances
begin at 2 o'clock sharp.
Children under 10 yenn of age, 50 ctB.
Reserved chairs, 25 cts extra.
EST Tickets now for lo at J. E.
WISEMAN'S olllco, Merchant street.
BEGS to inform her numerous friends
and customers that she has re.
moved tp Nuuanu street, third houso
from the first bridge, whero she will he
happy to attend to all orders for Dross,
making in all branches, and at prices to
suit the times. 02 lw
Fryer's Famous Snow
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
OT" ami OO Hotel Street,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, Cauliflower, Celery, Eastern Oysters, Pears, Cala Fresh Salmon, do
Coilflsh, do Rock Cod, do Smelts, do Plums, do Lobsters, do Shrimps, do
Grapes, do Pears, do Peaches, Roll Butler.
ALSO Smoked Salmon, do Halibut, do Herrings do Beof, do Sausages; Salmon
Bellies 5 1b. Tins; Dried Aldcu Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do Pears;
Cala Dried Figs, Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Family Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, 5 lb. Tins; Mackerel, 25 lb. Kits; Petit Pols, very small
aud very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Salad Oil in pinth and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cala Salad Oil, Apples, 2 lb. Tin Butter, Kegs Butter,
Star Ham, Lean Bacon and a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Goods delivered freo of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephono No. 240, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (702
E. O. SCHUMAN,
Carriage aixdL Wagon MEalier..
f tin 1 y v i
s Xj' f ,y
In UrKL-elriNH lmmnei- tuitl prices to wult, tlio timcH.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. "W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. 0m
ORSE and Phaeton, cheap. Inquire
oi y.ik McvAaa.
AGOOD native s.ilcsmnn, one ac
quainted with tho dry goods busi
ness, must bo stead'. Apply at
1)5 1 w N. S. SACHS, 10 1 Fort street.
rpiIK regular quarterly meeting of the
X Stockholders or E. O. Hall & Son,
(Limited) will be held at their ollice,
FRIDAY, Aug. 11th, at 2 o'clock p m.
05 3t L. C. AI1LES, Bcc'y.
nnilE four. year. old Hambletonian
X stallion APTOS CHIEF, also tho
line driving horse Tobey. Apply to
G. S. HOUG1ITAILING,
at B ly Horse Saloon. 01 lm
A GOOD Magic Lantern or Oxyhydro
gen Light, with slidoi, suitable
foi entertainments in a good sized hall.
Will buy or hire. Address "I. R. M.",
SITUATION Wanted, by a young
man, speaking and eoi responding
In the English, German, French and the
Scandinavian languages. Prima refer
ences. A small alary will bo taken.
Address C. K Bulletin olllco. 05 :tt
The Honolulu Library and
Heading lioom Asso
ciation. A M niAnnpf ilnllx fa (lOnrilml tn nnv mm
wishing to own a very handsome
walking stick aud ut tho fame tlmo
making a respectable donation to the
abovo named worthy Institution, by
calling at tho'sloro of Messrs, J. M. Oat
& Co., Merchant street, and buying tho
Sliver iieuueii uuuny biiuh imiuuusuu
with the biirplus funds of the McKinloy
testimonial. Engraving if requested
free of cost. 05 lw
" A OAlllX
'TUIE underslgnod passengers by tho
X steamer Iwnlunl on the excursion
to Nlhoa, desire to express our npprccla.
tion of the courtesy and attention shown
us by Captain Freeman and hU subordi
nates during the trip. In spite of tho
over-crowded condition of tho steamer,
everything was done that could bo asked
ior mo coiniori ami accommodation oi
tho passengers, and the excursion was
made a pleasant and enjoyable ono to
SERE NO E. BISHOP,
WILLIAM W. HALL,
8. B. DOLE.
JAS. J. WILLIAMS,
CHAS. 11. WILSON,
.INO. D. HOLT,
II. W. AULD,
and othors 02 lw
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THE undersigned having purchased
from tho assignees of tho bank
rupt estate of Chang Hung all book
accounts due said estate, hereby author
izes Chang Hung to collect tlio same for
the undersigned. (93 lm) SING LOT.
Halawa Sugar Company.
THE annual meeting of the Halawa
Sugar Company will ho held at
the olllco of C. Brewer & Co., on Monday
tho 17th August, at 10 o'clock a.m. A
full attendance of stockholders is re
quested. J. O. CARTER,
88 2w Secretary Halawa Sugar Co.
CIGAR & Tobacco Emporium, Camp
bell's Block, Merchant street. Ho
nolulu, II. I. Tlio Central has been
opened for tho accommodation of the
lovcis of tho choicer article of the weed.
I intend to keep at the Central a fine
variety of Cigars and Tobacco and have
mado special arangements witli impor
ters from abroad. Tnihting a liberal
share of patronage.
I remain, respectfully.
01 lw J. E. WISEMAN.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct,
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Oiiico with Hustace !o Ito.
bcrtson. 89 tf M
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It preserves iron and other metals from
rust and applied to surfaces already
rusted completely arrests oxidization. .
It preserves wood from decay and tho
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est preservative overused.
C3T Orders solicited for tho above
wonderful preservative paint.
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