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MONDAY, AUG. 17, 1885.
Stmr.fns Makco fiom Kauai
Schr Walmaln fiom Iionomtt
Stmr IClnau from Windward Purls
Stun- Iwnlanl from Kauai
ijluir 0 It Bishop fiom Hamukuu
Schr Knnlkeaoull from Huknlau
SttnrLehuu for Kalmlul
.Stmr Mokolit for Moloknl
Stmr .las 1 Dowscttfor Molokal
Sclir Kulamann for Koholalelc
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolati
Schi'Manuokawnl for Koolait
SohrMlllc Morris for Lanal
Schr Rainbow for ICoolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnnu for AVindwuid Port1
SlmrTwalanl for Kauai
Stmr O R Bishop for Ilamakua
Schr Walmalu forltonomu
Schr Halcakala for Pcpcekco
Schr Kaulkcaoull for llakalau
' VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilktiic W II Dlmonil, lloudlolt
Hktuc Discovery, M('ycrt
BkTR Foster, Hugg
Ilk Fresno, Lewis
from Windward Port?, per Klnau,
August 10 Capt Aycrs and wife, Miss
McAllister, Mr Rodman. Miss Mav Ath
erlon, W A Churn, F W Glade. W P
Llmahclhel, E P Low, Akaka and wife,
.1 McGuhe, Miss Jloopli. Mies Klnolki,
K lumra, A Barnes, Mls Molllo Atkin
"on, Miss May Atkinson, 11 Dlcken'-en,
A Sinclair and 11-t deck.
Prom Kauai via Waianac, per .Tas
Maker, August 15 II A Widcmauu, Mr
T Torle, M .Muhclona and 25 deck.
Prom Kauai, per lualaiit, August 1G
Col Z S Spalding, S 11 Pole and v, Ife.
Dr J K Smith and wife, Mrs J Slmp-on,
A Cropp, Miss L Ficdcnbcrg. 11 Frcd
enberg, V Borehgievlnk, O Seholrz,
Cbas Gay, E L Kauai and wife, Mr 11
Riemensehneldi'r, W LHolokahiki.Mrs
A Spencer and .'1 children, and GO deck.
The Kiuau brought 3,4:):t bags sugar,
IiO bales wool, 40 bdls goat skins, 41
hides, GO bags potatoes, 2 horses and !)0
Schr Halcakala brought 1,232 bags of
The Iwalani brought 1 ,823 bags sugar,
150!) bags paddy, GO bags rice, 40 bags
pla. 21 head of caftle and 57 hides.
The KUauca Hon brought 11,500 bags
The Jas Makce brought 1,303 bags
paddy and GG bags rice.
The C R Bishop brought 1,417 bags
The Jas t Dowett got stuck on the
mnd at Kauiiakahakai on her last tiip.
She was fast for two bonis.
The Mariposa took 11,853 bags sugar,
4,240 bags rice, 1,020 bitch bananas. 10
bxs leaves, 104 bdls giceu hides, 72 dry
hides and 15 bales goat skins. Total
value domestic produce, 881,727.05.
The Elcu is laid up uear Brewer's
wharf and the Pole is towing mud
scows. Schr Kauikcaoull brought 550 bags
sugar from llakalau.
The Kilauea Hon and .Jas Makce sail
on Wednesday next on their respective
routes, the latter at 8 o'clock.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. '
IIox. S. B. Dou: is back from
An interesting story will be found
on the fourth page.
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Mr.. C. M. Cooke v ill shortly bore
:i well on the Honouliuli Ranch.
Central Park skating rink is
for repairs until further
"Is this hot enough for you?"
is the way everybody enquires after
your sheolth to-day.
Mit. C. B. Miles bought all of
Mr. W IJ. Bailey's horses sold at
auction at Wailuku, Maui, Thursday
A uundlk of clothing, etc., has
beenreceiyed atthisolllce from Mrs.
Capt. Macaulay, for the Leper Hos
pital. in it ' '
Only men who arc tall enough to
enjoy the upper air current without
climbing n flagpole are comfortable
Mit. Jones being home again, the
free book-keeping classes at the Y.
M. C. A. rooms will be resumed this
GLADEns are reported on Maui,
and Dr. Brodio, V. S., is going there
to investigate, by tho Lclnm this
Tin: first steamer of the now
Mexican line is expected hero hourly
from Hongkong for Mexico via
A OKNTI.KMAN SUggCBtS that tl'lO
telephone companies purchase a lot
where tho boys can fly their kites
without interfering with the wires.
. . . .
The Circus wuh attended by
crowded audiences Saturday after
noon and evening, and the perform
ances gave universal delight to old
A tkmu'iioni: message from Wal
alua this afternoon states that a
deluge of rain, accompanied by
thunder and lightning, is coming
down with a vengeance.
Tub Kohala correspondent of the
Advertiser reports that Sit Moon,
ono of tho Chinese Christian mission
aries of that district, died on the
10th inst. of bowcl'complnint, which
is quite prevalent there.
Mis. A. B. Kerr, painter, while
watching the natatorial gambols of a
swimming party at the Myrtle Boat
House yesterday, fell off the end of
thu wharf into the bay. llcing a
swimmer a welting of" his Sunday
clothes was the most serious result
of the mishap.
Ma. A. FnitSANtu:. was dining
with Mr. John Cummins nt Paltoa
yesterday. After dinner his horse,
tied in the yard, look fright and
bolted. It got away from its fasten
ing nnd ran tho buggy against tho
fence, bonding the axle. Had it got
out on tho road there would doubt
less have been a lively scene ending
in wreck and ruin.
Sojii: people cannot understand
why Chinese .stores arc allowed to
keep open until 8 or 9 o'clock .Sitn
la)' night and Chinese soup venders
permitted to travel Chinatown until
late on the Sabbath, while respecta
ble restaurants are forced by law to
close at 7,0'clock sharp. Travelers
fiom the other islands or from the
other side of this island arriving
here late arc compelled to go to bed
hungry because all the restaurants
Tin: Honouliuli explorers were at
Punaluu on the return march at nine
o'clock this morning, and will reach
town to-night or to-morrow morning.
Mr. Creighton and Capt. Mist re
turned home on Thursday. There
is barely time for the stationary in
tellectual engine of the Press to be
encased in brick. It may be antici
pated that the vengeance of the
bucoliciscd party will be terrible,.
for the atrocious jokes manufactured
round tho corner out uf their ad
ventures. At three o'clock they were
thirteen miles from Honolulu, and
reported it "raining like Old Harry
Fryer's Circus, announcement for
J. O. Carter, ollicers of Ilnlawa
Geo. Dcring, wants situation.
B. F. Elders & Co., seamstresses
E. P. Adams, special sale on Wed
nesday. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Just received a well selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, dircctfrom
Winsor & Newton, London, per baili
Oiiente. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 97 at
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.
A NATIONAL ADVERTISEMENT.
Mr. Blauchard, foreman of the
Saturday Press, proposes to get up
an illustrated history of the Hawaiian
Islands, after the model of a similar
work on Yuba Co., Cal. It is in
tended to have about ;i hundred full
page lithographs of plantations,
business establishments, residences
and natural scenes. Five hundred
copies will be distributed at the
publisher's expense in leading hotels
of the United States, besides the
sales that may be effected. The
letter press pages will contain three
columns, equal to six octavo pages.
Such a book will be a fine advertise
ment of this country. This is the
work referred to in this paper on
Saturday. The intention is to have
it completed within a year.
THE CHURCHES YESTERDAY.
The Rev. I. Goodell, of Ilama
kua, preached in Fort Street Church
morning and evening, in the absence
of the pastor. At tho evening ser
vice Mr. J. W. Yarndicy gave a fine
violin solo, accompanied on the
organ by Mr. Myron Jones.
In the Bothcl Union pulpit the
pastor, Rev. E. C. Oggel, preached
in the morning from 1 Cor. ii., 10:
"For tho Spirit searchcth all things,
yea, the deep things of God." Cit
ing the great achievements of human
genius, the preacher asked, in
view of the power of the finite mind,
what must be the capacity of the
Divine mind. The Spirit that
searchcth the deep things of God
has rovealed to us that God is a
father and friend. The evening ser
vice was characterized by the sing
ing of gospel hymns and the preach
ing of a gospel sermon from Isaiah :
"Ho, every ono that thirstcth, come
ye to the waters, and ho that hath
no money, come ye, buy and eat;
yea, come and buy without money
and without price."
At St. Andrew's Cathedral the
Rev. Geo. Wallace preached in the
morning. In tho course of an elo
quent discourse from Acts x., 1, 2,
on tlie devout centurion of the Ita
lian band, ho passed high culogiuma
upon the characters of tho Jato Gen
et als Gordon and Grant. The Bis
hop preached in tho evening upon,
"Tho mystery which hath been hid
from ages and from generations."
Col. i., 2G.
The match game of baseball be
tween the Married Men and tho
Ilonolulus on Saturday at Makiki
did not attract as many people ns
expected. There was bad playing
on cither side and apparently but
little interest was shown by somo of
the players. The Man ied Men be
gun well but ended poorly. Spencer
for tho Married Men batted well
and had ample opportunities to dis
tinguish ins catching powers. He
would run in every direction to
catch a lly ball and ultimately miss
it. He was exonerated, however,
by virtue of one good catcli lhat
drew the approbation of the ladies
in the grand stand. C. Wilder,
Honolulu, did miserably in catching
but 'was good at the bat. He
knocked i distant lly ball that gavo
him a home run and balllcd Spencer
Mho tried to catch it. Sheldon,
catcher for Married Men, did re
markably well, deliberately taking
the ball off the bat, catching fouls
with great dexterity and letting but
few balls pass him. Geo. Markham
became tired about the sixth inning
and was relieved byDavidson,who is
a fancy pitcher. Lishman, short
stop, and Burgess, first base, Mar
ried Men, excelled themselves, par
ticularly Burgess. Levey, M. M.,
generally makes a safe hit to right
field. F. Oat, Honolulu, made some
very fine short stops, but marred
his playing by a miss-catch or two.
More, Honolulu, is a great hand to
fall on the base and skin his arms.
Rosa is afraid to steal a base and
feels better when ho strikes tho
home base. Some of the players,
having hit tho ball and being in
doubt of its fairness, stop to hear
the umpire's decision and are vexed
when put out. The game ended
witli a score of 15 to 11 runs in
favor of the Ilonolulus. Mr. E. (1
Boardman umpired successfully.
A minstrel troupe has been start
ed in Paauilo, and will give their
first performance on Saturday night
the 15th. Somo of the best talent
iu the district has been engaged, and
thssc who have had the good fortune
to be admitted to the rehearsals say
that they will astonish the public
when they make their appearance.
Music seems to be the rage just now
in Ilamakua, perhaps it is owing to
so many young ladies being in the
district. There is certainly more
bad weather and more charming
young ladies here just now than at
any one period for the last ten years.
I don't know what connection the
ttco have in common, but certain it
is ice have them both, and in speak
ing of the bad weather I would like
to say a word also about the worse
than bad roads, for in some places
you cannot call them roads, man
traps, slough of despond!!! or any
thing but roads. Ten years ago,
when there was no plantation,
no teams and only a few hundred
dollars road tax, wc had good
roads. Now with over $3000 road
tax in Ilamakua, wo have not a
road that is safe to ride over. They
are utterly impassable for vehicles
of any kind, except in the immedi
ate vicinity of plantations, where
made by private parties. We have
a Road Supervisor who, wc are in
formed from high authority, is only
permitted to draw his pay, and we
can vouch for the fact that for
nearly two years he lias done no
work on the roads. There is a
bridge near Paauilo which is not
safe for traffic and has not been for
some months. If some one has his
neck broken there, the Government
may have to pay more for damages
than would repair the bridge.
There is a young man here en
gaged on a work entitled, "Married
Men," and it is generally believed
that if he publishes it the late
exposures in the Pall Mall Gazette
will bo a tamo thing compared to
what it will reveal. Fortunately
your correspondent is an old bache
lor, and has nothing to fear.
Honokaa, Aug. 12th.
Monday, Aug. 17th.
There was an unusual array of
drunk cases this morning. Maiwai,
Sam Bolabola, Kawawa, Manuiwa,
Bill Kaohi and Andres Knrichson all
forfeited tho usual bail, and Kua
lani, Lalakoa, Harry Brandon, Jack,
C. M. Hatch and II. Dahlbach
pleaded guilty and were eacii fined
Sfl and 81 costs, except Brandon,
who, ns an old offender, was given
seven days nt hard labor. Kale
pleaded not guilty, and, after hear
ing of evidence of ofllccrs, he was
remanded until to-morrow.
Kealoha (w.) was sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor for
seven days, and payment of 81.10
costs, for disorderly conduct on
board a schooner on Saturday night.
All Hoy was charged with having
opium in possession on the 15th.
Ho was defended by Mr. Lea and
remanded until tho 10th inst.
Klins (k.) was arraigned, on re
mand from 13th, for forgery. He
pleaded not guilty, and Kinnoy and
Peterson appeared for him, A.
Arthur testillcd that ho gavo a rent
receipt to defendant for $51, and
that in a civil suit for balance ho
had femnd tho amount had been
altered to 65, The record of tho
Civil Court was introduced in evi
dence, and no defense being offered
defendant was committed for trial
to tho Supremo Court.
Joshua Williams, for driving a
dray faster than a walk In Hono
lulu on the loth, was fined $5 and
Monday, Aug. 17th.
An action on promissory note by
Tai Chen vs. Chu Kee was discon
tinued. Tec On Tong & Co. vs. Lee Mini,
action on note for S7f. Kinney &
Peterson for plaintiff. Judgment
for plaintiff for principal, interest,
costs, etc., S87iU5.
A case between same parlies as
tho last for note of samo amount,
resulted in judgment for 880.75.
J. Keauiii vs. Makolc, assumpsit
for $85. Kinney & Peterson for
plaintiff, Hanaaumoe for defendant.
This case arose out of a dispute
about a market stall. Judgment for
plaintiff for $80, with charges ac
crued bringing the amount up to
Union Feed Co. vs. Achi, assump
sit for $10.3 1. Judgment for plain
tiff in above amount and $3.25
Onee More to tlie ITi-ont.
J. T. DBAJKDEIfc.
Having rcturnid to the
Islands, will undertake
to break Horses, cither
to saddle or Harness,
"cheaper than any other
man in the Kingdom, and guarantee
Siok and Lame Horses,
Will receive special attention, and the
liest of Medicine and care piovided.
All orders to be left at residence, next
John Robello's, Kapalama. '.19 Gm
Offer a Silk Dress for $5.
ALSO, OTHER IGOODS AT FIFTY
per cent, reduction. Embroidery,
Curtains, etc., in all styles. Lndics'
Hats and Caps ; Table Linen ; Mixed
Linen and Black Brussels Laces.
Eg- SUITS OF
A Fine Assortment
Japanese Goods !
Will be on view in the rooms above
Messre. Win. G. Irwin fi Co.'s
On Fort Street,
ON AND AFTHH
Weflaesflay, Aopst 1211,
CONSIBTINO IS VAIIT OK
Japanese Curios !
Mies' Dressing Gowns,
Elegant Tea Sets,
KTC, ETC., KTO.
All of which articles will be sold at
reasonable prices. Terms Cash.
90 2 w
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
tir ami ! JTotfl Htl'oot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, Cauliflower, Celery, Kastern Oysters, Pear?, Cala Fresh Salmon, do
Codllsh, do Rock Cod, do Smelts, do Plumo, do Lobsters, do Shrimps, do
Grapes, do Pears, do Peaches, Roll Butter.
ALSO Smoked Salmon, do Halibut, do Herrings, do Beef, do Sausages; Salmon
Bellies, C lb. Tins; Dried Alden Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do Pears;
Cala Dried Figs, Cream Chcco, Swiss Cheese, Family Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, 5 lb. Tins; Mackerel, 25 lb. Kits; Petit Pols, very small
and very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Salad Oil in pint and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cal.i Salad Oil, Apples, 3 lb. Tins Butter, Kegs Butter,
Star Ham, Lean Bacon and a full line of Stnplo and Fancy Groceries.
Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 240, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (702
E. C. SCHUMAN,
Carriage n,ni VV agon IMCaJker
In lii'HL-cliiNK liuvimei- jiikI priecw to wuifc tHo tiineM.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. AY. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Cm
HORSE and Phaeton, cheap. Inquire
ot VTA). Mr WAYNE.
A GOOD native salesman, one nc
qualntcd with the dry goods busi.
ncss, must be stead)'. Apply at
95 1 w N. S. SACHS, 10 1 Fort sti eel.
'"PIIE four-year. old llnmblctonian
JL stallion APTOS CHIEF, also the
line driving horse Tobey. Apply to
G. S. IIOUGHTAILING,
at Bay Horse Saloon. 01 lm
A GOOD Magic J intern or Oxyhydro
gen Light, with slides, suitable I
for entertainments iu a good sized hull. ,
Will buy or hiic. Addfess "I. R. M.",
BY a young Portuguese and wife he
to do a man's iork about the pre.
nusesjshe to perform household duties.
Both speak Englixh. Apply at
UONSALVES & CO., 57 Hotel st.
. 1)01 w
rpHE premises owned and lately occu
X pied by W. O. Smith, situate on
1)1)1 v to
US Merchant Si.
Mutual Telephone Co.
THE annual meeting of tho Mutual
Telephonic Co. will he held at the
Company's Building, on Wednesday,
September 2d. at 10 o'clock a. in. A
general attendance of thu stockholders
is requested. . A. JAEGER,
98 td Secretary Mutual Telephone Co.
Would anuouueo us a gentle reminder,
that lie has just lccelved an
Richardson & Robbins'
Cclobruted goods, consisting of
UonoleHK 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,
Olives, Duret'H Olive Oil, Jams,
Jellies, Table Fruits, Sweet and Sour
Pickles, Hums, Bacon, Codllsh,
Comet & Japan Tea, Lunch Tongues,
OxTongues, Salmon Bellios, Mnckeiel
Bbls Boston Dairy Salt, 101b Bags,
Cheese, and a general assortment of the
necessaries of lifo too numerous to men.
tion, which will bo sold nt fair prices.
Telephone 1 19. (00 2w) King St.
'"piIE undersigned having purchased
i lrom the nssignces of tho bank,
nipt estate of Chang Hung all book
accounts duo said estate, hereby author-
izes Chang Hung to collect the same for
me uuucrsignca. (i)6 im) hi.NUL.ui.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Office with llustaco i& Ho
bcrtson. 80 tf
CUIUNTINFEE, who did bushiest
under tho firm name of Tai Lung
Co., at Mukapulu, Kohala, Hawaii, hav.
ing an assignment of all Ills property to
(,'. Boltu and Kimo Pake, all persons in
debted to said Tai Lung Co. arc hereby
requested" to mako Immediate settle,
nients, nnd nil persons having claims
against Till Lung Co. are requested to
scud their Bills at once to
Honolulu, Juno 14, 1885. 98 3t
The Honolulu Library and
Heading Room Asso
ciation. AN opportunity Is afforded to any one
wishing to ovum very handsome
walking stick and nt the same time
making a respectable donation to the
above named worthy Institution, by
railing at the store of Messrs. J. M. Oat
& Co., Merchant street, and buying the
silver headed ebony stick purchased
with the surplus funds of the McKlnlay
testimonial. Engraving if requested
free of cost. 95 lw
Parafflne Paint Com'y
THE P. & B. PAINT.
Water Proof, Acid Proof,
Nothing equal to it In quality has over
been given to the public. This paint
has for Its base a mineral pronounced
by chemists to be practicably '
It prcHcrves Iron and other metals from
rust and applied to surfaces already
rusted completely arrests oxidization.
It preserves wood from decay and the
ravages of insects.
For submerged timber It is the great
est preservative ever used.
t2T Orders solicited for the above
wonderful preservative paint.
AliliBX &. KOUIN'SON, AkcbIm
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