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TUESDAY, AUG. 18, 1885.
.Sclir Tcnnlo Walker from Fannini!
Stmr ICiiinti for Windward Potts
Stmr Iwnlnul for Kmint
Stmr C It Bishop for Hatnakua
Sclir Walinnlu for llononui
Sclir Haloakahi for Popeckeo
Stmr KUauea lion for Wlndwnrd Ports
Stmr .las Makcc for Knual
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktuo V 11 Dlmond, lloiullctl
Bktno Discovery, Meyers
Bk T It Foster, ItugR
Bk Fresno, Lewis
For Molokal and La tin 1, per steamer
dames I Dowsctl, August 17 Viscount
'I'Torle, A S Barnes. Mr Lnp.nnn, 5
lepers, ami 110 (leek.
For Kaliulul, llauii and Kaumtkakai.
per steamer Lcliun, August 17 Lord
Bishop of Ollm, Dr James Brodie, Miss
lima Larson, Miss Alilona, Mrs .1 Lucas,
Sirs .1 E Barnard, Bet tie Peterson. Mrs
W 'I'ell and daughter, M Fav, Kin de
Horn, 31 ra W Davis, and 80 deck.
Three and one half fathoms of water
is reported at the Honolulu Stone Co.'s
Very quiet for schoonets; no freight.
The W II Dlinoml and Discovery are
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mn. Hopper is making over 15,000
fret of fhitne for W. G. Irwin & Co.
Tin: annual meeting of the Plan
ters' Labor & Supply Co. will open
on Saturday, Out. 10th.
A new picture of the burning lake
Unlcmntimiui , can be seen in the
ofllce of Wilder' s S. S. Co.
Tin: firemen's monument will not be
finished for about four months. The
material has not yet arrived.
Mit. A. F. Cooke and others resid
ing on King street, in the neighbor
hood of Kawaiahao Church, com
plain of milk thieves.
A Jinr.TiNG of the trustees of the
llethcl Union Church will bo held to
morrow afternoon at the ofllce of the
Hon. II. M. Whitney.
The Honolulu Stone Co. have
completed their third burning of
lime. The lime when slaked takes
a clear, smooth and pure white form.
The examinations for sergeants
and corporals and the regular weekly
drill of the Honolulu Rifles take
place this evening at their Armory.
Tin: Hawaii baseball club has been
challenged by the Married Men's
club to play a match game after the
present scries of games have been
Tun crane constructed to put in
the Likelike boiler was lowered this
morning by Messrs. Sorcnson &
Lyle. It was an awkward thing
considerable stir in
over the cutiicuity or
seeing eye to
eye, existing between
Mr. Spreckels and the planters, re
garding the coining crop of sugar.
A. W. Pimici: & Co.'s dray horse
kicked his last kick this morning.
He died of a bowel complaint and
old age. lie was about 25 years
old. Mr. Pierce had him for 1!)
To-MOnow at two o'clock will be
held the adjourned meeting of the
Trustees of the Planters' Labor &
Supply Co., to consider the Board
of Immigration's circular on contract
Mh. Arthur Brown will lecture at
the Y. M. C. A. Hall on Friday
evening, on "The Great-Yellowstone
Region." Tickets SO cents
(Y. M. C. A. boys 25 cents) may
be had of the Committee or at the
Chin Hot-, a Chinaman, and Sam
Puaaloa, were committed for trial
yesterday, by Judge McCully, to the
Second Judicial Court, for obstruct
ing John Wagner, Port Surveyor at
Kaliulul, in the discharge of his
Mit. W. K. Herrick has very neat
ly repaired several kou calabashes
for purchasers at the salt) of the late
Mrs. Bishop's effects. The cracks
and fractures have been rendered
almost invisible by means of inlaid
Mit. J. B. Gaylord, agent for
Fryer's Circus, has gone to Wailuku
to make arrangements for perform
ances there. It is worth mentioning
that Mr. Gaylord was the agent who
procured Itanium's famous white
elephant in India.
It is no joke that a shark is hover
ing about tho popular bathing ground
at Kakaako, One of the most enthu
siastic members of tho swimming
club has declared his sport off, at
that place, on account of credible
information of the shark's presence.
A mas employed at the Woodlawn
Dairy was sent to town in a buggy
a few days ago on business. He got
on a spree and did not return to the
ranch. Another dairyman has been
looking for the liorso and buggy day
and night, in every imaginable
place, so far, but the right one.
In the Supremo Court this morn
ing before His Honor Judge Mc
Cully a distribution of the estate of
Petero Wahaknno was made. One
half of the entire estate goes to
Moke, husband of the deceased's
sister, the remaining half to other
relatives. To-morrow hearing will
be had in the estate of M. P. Cham
berlain and hearing of the adminis
trators of the estate of Mrs. C. K.
Dit. Geo. Martin intends opening
a Chemical Laboratory in Honolulu,
for the purpose of analyzing soils,
sugars, fuels, mineral and vegetable
substances of any kind. House
holders should cluli together and sec,
for the fun of it, what that brown
liquid is that comes through the
water reservoir service pipes. It
might be petroleum, and if so there's
millions in it for Honolulu. There's
probably millions in it, anyway.
A l'AKTY of young men took a
ride over the Pali Sunday on a visit
to Waimanalo plantation. They
relate a good deed done by two Por
tuguese who carried a sick country
man on their shoulders up the rugged
and steep path of the Pali from
Waimanalo side and brought him to
Honolulu for medical treatment.
They also report abundance of rain
at Waimanalo and every indication
of. a large yield of sugar the coming
season. The Portuguese mentioned
above came from the Ahuinianu
Ranch (Mr. II. Macfnrlane's). He
died at the Hospital yesterday from
fever. The doctor says he was too
sick to have been moved.
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.
O Luso Hawaiiano.
For sale, fowls and pigs.
Excelsior Lodge meeting.
Fryer's Circus, reduced prices.
J. T. Waterhousc, a coachman
Supreme Court, bankruptcy of
THE MEMORIAL OF GRANT.
The secretary of the Grant Me
morial Committee has been request
ed to make public acknowledgment
of the committee's thanks to all
those who contributed in any way
to make successful the memorial
services held last Thursday in honor
of the memory of the late U. S.
Grant, and especially to the various
speakers, to Mr. Yarndley as direc
tor, Mr. Jones as organist and the
singers who assisted them, to Acting-Governor
Cleghorn and Mr.
Berger for the service of the band
and to the ladies and gentlemen who
so tastefully decorated the church.
Copies of the several Honolulu
papers containing accounts of the
memorial services will be sent to
the family of the distinguished dead.
QUEEN STREET EXTENSION.
After the return of Mr. Julius II.
Smith, superintendent of public
works, from Kauai, where he is at
tending to repairs of damages by
the late gale, it is stated on good
authority that he and Mr. Hart,
road supervisor, will go over the
proposed Queen street extension, to
ascertain what is required to com
plete that work. At the last session
of the Legislature $3,000 was ap
propriated for that important street
extension. Until that work is ac
complished, it will be very difficult
to make the thorough repairs re
quired on King street. It is such a
thronged thoroughfare that the opera
tion of tiie steam roller upon it at
present would interfere with too
much traffic to bo tolerable. Once
Queen street was opened up, King
street could be temporarily closed
on the Waikiki end for repairs. At
the same time the value of property
along the shore would be greatly
enhanced. The Mutual Telephone
Co. has its wires strung along the
line of the proposed extension.
HAWAIIAN RAMIE COMPANY.
The Planters' Monthly says the
Hawaiian Ramie Company has ap
plied to tho Government for the
bonus of $10,000 voted by the Le
gislature to bo paid to owners of a
machine which will turn out a mar
ketable ramie fibre. The Minister
of the Interior has appointed Mr.
Jonn.. Austin to inspect the machine
and the product, and to report upon
the propriety of granting the appli
cation. Mr. Austin has been present
at several tiials with the machine
and has expressed himself as much
pleased with its working and with
Tho same periodical announces
that u nursery has been started at
Moanaluu, where there is now about
nu acre of ramie growing. From
this and a lot procured at Kona,
Hawaii, the Company are prepared
to supply roots to tho public, de
livered in bags on the wharf at
Honolulu, at the following rates:
For 12,000 roots and upwards, S 1.25
ii thousand ; small lots, from $7.50
to 810 a thousand, according to
quantity. 12,000 roots arc sulll
cient to plant one acre.
Samples of the fibre produced
have been sent to Eastern manufac
turers of ramie good9, and tho com
pany has received an offer of live
cents a pound for all the fibre they
can make of the quality of tho sam
ple, with the proposition to enter
into a five years' contract.
The man F.mory, who completed
a term of six nioiitl s' imprisonment
here in January last, for forgery,
was immediately shipped to Hong
kong on the barkentine William
Phillips, Jan. 28th, by the American
Consul. Word has been received
here that he committed a similar
crime there, to that for which he
was punished here, was lined for it.
Capt. Potter, of the William Phil
lips, paid the fine and had the in
corrigible shipped to Victoria, British
Columbia. Emory's forgeries here
were upon tV'iercnt persons. His
father sent money hero to pay his
fine and make restitution to the de
frauded parties. In Hongkong his
game was a petty one, played upon
a restaurant keeper.
Fryer's Circus played to ii small
half house last night, but gave the
whole programme with as much
spirit as if the seats were full. The
band seemed to sound unusually
well in the opening overture. It
was conducted throughout the even
ing by Mr. Berger in person. Hav
ing given the leading points of merit
of this show in former issues, it is
not necessary to go over last night's
performance in detail. Something
not mentioned before, but worthy
of notice, is the completeness of the
accommodation for auditors. The
reserved chairs arc placed upon a
solid terraced platform, and are
scarcely second in comfort to the
scats in the Music Hall". In the
first part the superior acrobatic per
formances of Durand and Samwells
evoked great admiration, and the
display of "musical genius" by Len
Shillito kept the audience in con
tinual merriment. The second part
belonged to ' the animals, the high
degree of training they evinced pro
voking universal amazement. There
was an abundance of fun in this
part, too, the exhibition of the
clown's pet horse Sapho compelling
uproarious mirth. Two boys and a
young man from the- audience es
sayed, in "Circus Riding Exposed,"
to tempt the dangerous circuit of the
ring. They cut a supremely ridicu
lous figure dangling half the time,
in all sorts of attitudes, from the
derrick, and clawing the air for a
fresh hold on the horse. To-night
prices will be reduced, and there
will likely be a full tent.
IMPORTANT OPIUM SEIZURE.
This morning a seizure of opium
was made at the office of Wells,
Fargo & Co., in Geo. W. Macfar
lane & Co.'s establishment, corner
of Fort and Queen streets. For
some time Mr. Hanks, the agent,
has entertained suspicions regarding
consignments of goods passing
through his hands for Chinese mer
chants. He has instructions from
the Collector-General of Customs to
allow no such goods to go out of the
olllce until they have been opened.
Several packages with Chinese ad
dresses came by the last trip of the
Alameda. A Chinaman called im
mediately after the arrival of the
steamer und asked for one of the
packages. He objected, however,
to having the box opened, because
it belonged to a Chinaman on another
island. Of course lie could not get
the package. The agent waited for
further developments, but nothing
occurred until this morning, when,
nobody having in tho meantime
claimed the goods, lie determined to
make an inspection of them. Open
ing one of the boxes he found it full
of opium tins. Mr. Hanks at once
called in Col. Curtis P. Luikea,
Collector-General, in whose presence
the other packages were opened.
The result was the discovery that
the three boxes wero filled with
opium. They contained, respec
tively, five, twelve and sixteen tins
of tho drug, u. total of !J3 tin. The
contraband goods were taken charge
of by the Collector-General, and
are now at the Custom House. Mr.
Hanks had previously entered tho
goods by tho invoice, as his practice
is. One package was invoiced as
printing curds, another as clocks
and the third as cologne. It is not
deemed prudent, at present, to give
away the name of the man who hart
asked for the goods, us it is not
known that he had an interest in
TtiESiUY, Aug. 18th.
Naihe, Kale, Telia, Nakai, Puu
nnili and Kcaiwi each forfeited IG
bail for drunkenness. Kuianui au,d
Kaannana pleaded guilty to the same
chargo and were each mulcted in a
Ah Man, Ah S03', Ah Cheong and
Ah Lcong were brought up on re
mand from the 13th insl., chaigcd
with committing a common nuisance
nt Kalihi on tho 12th inst., by bury
ing a dead liorso in or near a run
nine stream. Several natives swore
to tho horse being buried right in
the stream, which was used for
drinking purposes, ntid also that tho
Chinamen had refused to remove
the carcase, saying it was on their
own land. Defendants on the other
hand swore that they had cut the
liorso in four pieces, as it was too
heavy to carry whole, and had
moved tho pieces away 100 feet from
the stream and buried them four or
five feet deep. They left nothing
but some blood and perhaps hair at
the stream, and those slight remains
they covered with mud. They were
further remanded until to-morrow.
Chas. Simmons was charged with
aiding and abetting Hatch and John
son, seamen, to desert from the
bark Amy Turner, lie was found
guilty and fined $20 with S3. 20 costs.
Gliock Iloon, charged with gaming
in Honolulu within four days pre
vious to the 7th inst., and remanded
several times, was again
until the 19th inst.
It is good to humor them in all
natural manifestations ami cravings
of their affections. A child, hungry
hearted for love, is one of the sad
dest sights in the world. Hardly
less pitiful is the condition of a
little one who is perpetually dis
tressed and discouraged in the sweet
impulses that prompt it to give ex
pression to its love. That way
danger lies. The boy or girl will
not easily go wrong whose arm is
entwined morning and night around
mother's neck, or whose head is
welcomed to its cuddling place on
father's shoulder. It is on the side
of their affection that children are
most easily held and guided; the
firmest rein is the invisible, golden
cord of love. It is good to humor
children in following their natural
bent in all right, helpful directions.
Remember that education is only the
leading out of powers and faculties
that arc within. Encourage, there
fore, such inclinations towards books,
studies, mechanics, music, out-of-doors
pursuits and sports as shall
help most truly to develop your
child. As education comes more
to include the development of a
natural aptitude, it will be more and
more succcsslul. It is good to
humor your children in preserving
their individuality, and in fostering
a true respect. Teach them early
the value of a dime and a dollar.
If you can but give them live cents
a week, tell them what it costs some
body in labor, and hold them strictly
to their allowance. The philosophy
of early training is to make the child
father to the man mother to the
woman. The homely proverb, "As
the twig is bent, the tree inclines,"
is not outgrown. It is as true now
as m ancient tunes that 11 some
twigs are permitted to grow as they
incline there will be a crooked one.
The " Daily Bulletin "
Is for sale immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant St.;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', cornor
King and Nuuanu Sis. :
ISAAC MOORE'S, 134 Nuuanu Street;
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel SI.
In small Kits for Family use.
CODFISH TONGUES & SOUNDS,
NO. 1 MACKEREL.
Also a few
Uiiels oi 33cci".
J$ The above are all fresh and will bo
sold low to close consignment.
OASTLE & COOKE.
WOLFE & CO.
Hove 011 hand and are receiving by
every htcaincr fresh
GrocericH & Pi-ovlwlonw,
Whittaker Star Hflms, Dunce's Break,
fast Bacon. Boned Turkey, lloast Chick.
en, Koast and Boiled Mutton, Tripe, Ox
Tail, Ham und Oxford Sausages, Melt
wurst, Devd. Ham, Oybters, Salmon
Bellies, Mackerel, Salt Herrings. Bauer
Kraut, Smoked Herrings, Limburger
Also, a largo assortment of Teas, and
the best roasted Coffee, ground
In our feed line, wo aro constantly sup.
plied with tho very best Hay, Oats,
Bran, Barley. Corn, Wheat, Middlings
and Oil C'uko Meal. All the above, us
well as the numerous articles not men.
tloncd. will bo sold at the very lowest
prices. (09 8v) WOLFE & CO.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 mill JO Hotel Street,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, Caulillowcr, Celery, Eastern Oysters, Pears, Cala Fresh Salinou, do
Codfish, do Hook Cod, do Smelt", do Plum, do Lobsters, do Shrimp?, do
Grapes, do Pears, do Peaches, Holl Hittlcr.
ALSO Smoked Salmon, do Halibut, do Herrings, do Beef, do Sausages; Salmon
Bellies, (5 lb. Tins; Dried Alden Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do Pears;
C.ila Dried Figs, Cream Cheese, Swiss Uheoc, Fnmilv Mild Cheese, Strong
Clicc&u, Mackerel, fi lb. Tins; Mackerel, 23 lb. Kits; l'ctit Pois, very small
and very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Salad Oil in pints and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cala Salad Oil, Apples, 2 lb. Tins Butter, Kegs Butter,
Star Ham, Lean Bacon and a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 2-10, Both Companies. F. O. Box 2!)7. (762
In lii-Kt-eliiSN lmiunei- Jtiitl priucn to Hiiit the time.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Gin
HORSE and I'hnclon,
of AV. D.
obi up. Inquire
riMIE foiir-ycar-old Ilamblctoniaii
JL stallion APTOS CHIEF, also the
line driving horse Tobey. Apply to
at B i.v Horse Saloon. ill lm
A GOOD Magic Lantern or O.xyhydro
gen Light, with slides, suitable
for entertainments in a good sized hull.
Will buy or hire. Address " I. It. M.",
Honolulu. H 1
nPHE undersigned tuning purchased I
Jl from the assignees of the bank.
nipt estate of Chang Hung nil book
nceounts due said estate, hereby author
izes Chang Hung to collect the Mime for
the undersigned. J!W lin) SING LOY.
SITUATION AV ANTED
BY a young Portuguese and wife he
to do a man's work about the pre
mises; she to perform household duties.
Both speak English. Apply nt
GONSALVES & CO., 57 Hotel st.
rpHE premises owned and lately oceu.
X pied by AV. O. Smith, situate 011
l'ensacola street. Apply to
98 2w !18 Merchant St.
Mutual Telephone Co.
THE annual meeting of the Mutual
Telephonic Co. will bo held at tho
Company's Building, on Wednesday,
September 2d. at 10 o'clock 11. in. A
general attendance of the stockholders
is requested. A. J AEG Kit,
98 til Secretary Mutual Telephone Co.
Would unnniineu us 11 geullo reminder,
that he has just received an
Richardson & Robbins'
Celebrated goods, consisting of
XJoiielesw Coolcotl Hnm !
Boned Chicken, Boned Turkey,
Curried Fowl, Curried Oysteis,
Plum Pudding, Potted Meats,
Dvld. Ham. Also,
Choice Smyrna Figs !
Dates, Comb Honey, French Peas,
Olives, Durct's Ollvu OH, Jams,
Jellies, Table Fruits, Sweet and Sour
Pickles, Hams, Bacon, Codfish,
Comet & Japan Tea, Lunch Tongues,
Ox Tongues, Salmon Bellies, Mackerel
Bids Boston Dairy Salt, 101b Hags,
Cheese, mid 11 general ah&ortmcnt of tho
necessaries of lifu too iiumcious to men
tion, which will bo sold at fair prices.
Telephone 111). , (90 2w) King St.
W sxg-oii IMCalcei.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Olllce with Hustace & Ro
bertson. 89 tf
Once 31oi-e lo tlie "Front.
A. T. BROKER..
Having returned to the
Islands, will undertake
to break Horses, either
to saddle or HarncsH,
'- cheaper than any other
man in the
Kingdom, and guarantee
Siok and Lamo Horses,
"Will receive special attention, aud the
best of Medicine and care provided.
All orders to be left at residence, next
John Hobclio's, Kupahima. 99 0m
Tub Louvre tf
Offer a Silk Dress for $5.
ALSO, OTHER IG OODS AT FIFTY
per cent, reduction. Embroidery.
Curtains, etc., in all Btylcs. Ladles'
Hals and Caps ; Table Linen ; Mixed
Linen and Black Brussels Laces.
t3T SUITS OF
Choicest Meats from Finest Herds.
Families und Shipping
SUPPLIED ON SHORT NOTICE
LoweNt JLnrlsot X?riceH.
All meats delivered from tills Market
arc thoroughly chilled Immediately after
killing by nicaiiB of a BcllColcIiian Pa
tent Dry Air Refrigerator. Meat so
treated retains all its Juicy properties,
aud is Guauantei'.uto Kebi' Lonqkh
AKTUH DKUVEHV TUAN FHEH1ILY-KIM-
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