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FIJIDAY, AUG. 21, 1885.
Schr Kawnllanl from Koolau
Sclir Ehukai from Wnlnlim
Schr Mary Foster from Walmea
Bktne TV H Dltnotul for San Francisco
Schr Jennie Walker for S S Islands
Sclir Kuwallaul for Koolau
Sehr Walelm for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno W 11 Dlinonil, lloudlctt
Hktnc Discovery, Meyers
Ilk T H Foster, Jtiigff
Bk Fresno, Lewis
Bk C O Whltmore, Thompson
Schr Kawallanl was hauletl upon (he
divdook last evening.
Tho W 11 Dlmoml and Jennie Walker
sail to-morrow after the arrival of the
Schr Ehukai brought 1000 bag of
paddy and 3.VJ bags of sugar.
Sclir Mary Foster brought 1100 bags of
Sugar from-AValmca, Kauai. She sails on
Monday for Pitnaliiu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Many pheasants are reported
and about Punchbowl.
Tun Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Co. will rebuild llonoapu wharf.
To-sioitnow's baseball match will
be between the Honolulu and
Skating till nine, then dancing to
full string baud, at Yosetnito rink
Tin: members of Pacific Hose Co.
will bold a moonlight drill this crcn
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
A itrciNFOitcnMENT of skilled work
men for the Iron Works is expected
from the Coast to-morrow.
Aktkk the steamer comes in Wolfe
& Co. will have a fine lot of Califor
nia fresh fruit and vegetables.
A liUNui.E of clothes for the in
mates of the Leper Hospital has been
left at this ollico by Mr. J. Williams,
Tun Hawaiian Mission Children
Society will meet at the residence of
Mr. E. C. Damon, Saturday even
in;, Aug. 22nd, 1885.
Lewis & Co. will have the'usual
lot of good things by the Alameda
to-morrow. First come will have
first choice, of course.
Coi.. Curtis Iaukea and Messrs. C.
B. Wilson, II. Whitney and II.
Dimond left Honolulu at 3 o'clock
this morning for Koolau to shoot
Br inadvertence Engine Co. No. 2
instead of No. 1 was mentioned yes
terday as having had a meeting the
previous evening, and decided to
hold a ball.
Mn. J. S. Emerson, of the Gov
ernment Survey Department, and
Rev. J. M. Alexander arc in the
Maunaloa slope of Kona, prosecuting
the general survey of that district.
Yesterday Mr. W". G. Irwin's
birthday was signalized by the inves
titure of that gentleman, by His
Majesty, with the star and ribbon of
Knight Commander of the Order of
The silver wedding of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Way was celebrated at
their house last Wednesday evening.
They received many presents. Their
marriage happened in London, Eng
land, August 19th, 18C0.
Mn. E. Ryan, boat-builder, seized
Capt. P. Larkin's sloop Sarah yes
terday for a debt for repairs. A
native woman has a mortgage on the
vessel and Mr. Sorcnson has a claim
A telephone message from Puna
luu, Oahu, this morning, says the
weather there is lovely. Tho schni.
Sarah & Eliza and Mnnuokawai arc
there. The marshal and party were
about to start for Waialua and many
nntives had assembled to say Aloha.
In the Supreme Court to-day, be
fore Hon. Justico Preston, Apana
vs. O. Unna, receiver of Ileeia plan
tation, suit by planter for loss on
cane, was being heard. A. L.
Thurston for plaintiff; A. S. Hart
well for defendant.
At their meeting the other day
the Trustees of the Planters' Com
pany appointed a committee to con
fer with tho Minister of tho Inte
rior, regarding the immigration
labor circular. That committee
was to have reported to a meeting
of tho Trustees this afternoon.
Akotiiku thin house was given the
Circus last night. There will bo no
performance to-night. To-morrow
afternoon there will bo a matinee,
and in tho evening tho final perform
ance will lake place. At the latter
the King, royal family, and the
Governor and staff, will bo present,
and extra efforts will be inndo to en
tertain the distinguished party and
Contiuiiy to vcports given by nil
the papers tit the time, the house of
Mrs. Bachelor, lately burned in
Nuuantt Valley, was fully insured
in the Sun Fire Ofllco of London.
The Company has settled the claim,
through Messrs. G. W. Macfarlanc
& Co., local agents, by engaging to
erect a now house in place of the
An insane native man in irons was
put on board the schooner Ehukai at
Wnlnlim yesterday for the Asylum
here. When the vessel was off Wai
anae tho maniac jumped overboard,
but knew enough to keep his head
above water until a coil of rope was
thrown mound him. lie was hauled
on board and kept in confinement
until taken charge of here.
In the Supreme Court yesterday
the matter of the guardianship of
the children of Andre Machado was
heard before Hon. Justice Preston.
Mr. Ashford appeared for Mr. J. C.
Edwards, the stepfather of the
children, and Major Antone Hosa
for John Robollo, who petitioned for
the guardianship. The case was
dismissed, no sulllcicnt ground ap
pearing for relieving Mr. Edwards
of the care of the children.
An aged native man employed by
Messrs. Allen & liobinsou, in hand
ling lumber, was at work this morn
ing near the O. S. S. wharf, when a
pile of lumber fell on him. The
falling timber struck him on the
side of the head and stunned him.
He was taken to Dr. Robert Mc
Kibbiu in a dazed state, but was
assured by the doctor that he was
not seriously hurt, and by keeping
quiet he would soon be all right.
Phokessoii Alexander, accompa
nied by Mr. Dodge, Mr. D. D.
Baldwin, Mr. F. L. Clarke and pro
bably Mr. Tavernier, go to Maui
next week to finish the topographical
survey of the north-eastern slope of
Haleakala, including the great in
terior Kipahulu valley. This valley
is an unknown region, hitherto un
explored by whitcmen. Mr. Clarke
will likely take photographs of some
of the localities visited.
Board wanted by a lady.
Meeting of Polynesia Encamp
ment this evening.
Notice, to creditors bankrupt es
tate of Kennedy & Co.
Lyons & Levey, administrator's
E. P. Adams, auction sale at his
Sugai! has gone up, but our prices
have not.' King Bros.' Art Store,
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 Ily.
Davis, manager C. P. & P. Co.
CIFTS TO THE LIBRARY.
The Honolulu Library Association
has received the following contribu
tions: From Hon. A. S. Ilartwcll, forty
From Major Bender, seven vol
umes. From the publishers of the Daily
Bulletin, bound file of the Bulletin
for six months ending July 31st.
THE STREET RAILWAY.
The material for beginning opera
tions on the street railway will be
delivered at one o'clock to-morrow
afternoon, to Mr. Julius II. Smith,
at the corner of King and Victoria
streets (Thomas square). Work
will not begin until Monday morn
ing, when a portion of track will be
laid. It is understood that this
move is to be taken for the purpose
of legally holding the charter, which
otherwise would lapse on the 29th
inst. Parties holding the franchise
thus gain time in which to procure
the required capital. Such an im
portant occasion almost calls for
some special celebration.
The S. S. Alameda, Capt. Morse,
may be expected early to-morrow,
on account of it being Saturday anil
a half-holiday. Shu will bring
ilftccn days', later news, our latest
dates being Aug. 1st. From the
Old "World tho political news will bo
interesting; while from the United
States there will be accounts of tho
funeral ceremonies of General Grant.
They were to have taken place in
New York city on tho 8th inst., and
to have been attended by 100,000
members of the Grand Army of tho
Republic and by fiO.OOO soldiers in
THE HARD TIMES.
"People look suspiciously upon
two newspaper men in consultation,
but it loolcs more serious for tho
public when two auctioneers are in
a confab." In answer to this re
mark by a Bt'i.Li'riN representative
this morning, two prominent auc
tioneers said they were just lament
ing the dullness of business. "Peo-
'pic scorn to think that auctioneers
llourish best in bad times, but tho
fact is quite the contrary," said one
of them, the oilier assenting. "Al
though sales may be more numer
ous, people cannot bo got to buy at
reasonable prices." There is a
general complaint of dull business
about town. Still there is enough
movement of goods about the whole
sale stores to show that entire stag
nation has not yet been reached.
A TRAVELED VISITOR GOIND AWAY.
Mr. P. Petrovits, artist, of the
Royal Academy, after a stay of
about four months here, will leave
for Calcutta by wny of Australia,
on the return trip of the Zealandia
now at the Coast. During his so
journ Mr. Petrovits has painted
several excellent portraits of Their
Majesties and of the Princess Poo
uiaikelani. also of Hon. Mr. Gibson
and Mr. A. J. Cartwright, Sr. Mr.
Petrovits is a great traveler, having
been round and round the globe and
in every quarter of it. He carries
awa' a very high opinion of this
climate, saying it is the finest in the
A live land crab is to be seen at
the Union Feed Store, Queen street.
It was taken here from the South
Seas by the schooner Jennie Walker.
About two inches in diameter, in
cluding the shell, the animal crawls
with celerity about the floor. Its
color is red, thickly dotted with
white specks, and the shell in its
smooth pnrts has a pearly appear
ance. The crab has protuberant
eyes on the ends of narrow projec
tions, and is furnished with a good
pair of nippers, also a very delicate
set of feelers. It is very quick to
apprehend seeming danger, crawling
into its shell, when threatened, with
an alacrity similar to that with which
the writers of the Saturday Dress
retreat within the thick crust of
their egotism when cornered.
AGROSS THE ISLAND.
Mr. W. W. Hall returned
from a visit to Waimanalo.
ports the mill on that plantation still
grinding out from 12 to 13 tons of
sugar per day, and enough cane
assured to keep it going till the end
of the year. The prospects for
another immense crop arc very pro
mising. Mr. Hall went by the Nuu
anu Pali, but returned by way of
Diamond Head. Leaving Waima
nalo, Makapuu Point was passed
along shore. It is three miles from
Coco Head. From it the road runs
inland, passing Niu, Wailupc, Wnia
lac and Palolo valleys. Mr. Hall
was delighted with those valleys.
For pasture they arc much of a
kind with the Ilonouliuli ranges.
Springs of water abound everywhere.
At Waialae there is a splendid groTe
of cocoanut palms. From Waialae
the road strikes off past Diamond
Head, coming into scenes familiar to
the eyes of Honolulu people.
Y. M. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. took place last
evening, Mr. J. B. Atherton presid
ing. Reports of committees for the
past month showed that one social
reception had been held ; five ses
sions of Sunday morning Bible
class ; five Sunday evening services ;
five Saturday evening Temperance
meetiugs ; and twenty-two noon-day
meetings. Tho General Secretary
had attended .r3 religiuos meetings
connected with the association, and
made 70 calls. One voting and
two associate members were elected.
The entertainment committee re
ported that having secured Mr.
Arthur Brown, the English Tourist,
to lecture, Friday evening of this
week, the regular entertainment will
be omitted next week. Arrange
ments have also been made with
Major II. C. Dane, a popular Ameri
can orator, to give several lectures
during his proposed visit to the
islands. Mr. Dane may be expected
here on Saturday. The recent death
of Mr. Hip Moon, Chinese Colpor
teur, was referred to by several of
the members, and on motion of Mr. T.
II. Davies, a motion was passed to
record on the minutes an expression
of the association's sense of the
faithfulness of tho deceased and of
the great loss sustained, especially
by the Chinese, in his removal.
A DISASTER AVERTED.
A few days ngo a gang of natirc
laborers were employed at the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company's
landing nt Kukuihaele, Hawaii, in
making repairs and improvements to
the buildings. Tho steam hoisting
machinery was in operation during
the day and a few live embers were
left in the furnace. At night the
laborers rested upon tho premises,
and observing tho remains of liro
decided to utilize them for cooking
a warm supper. Accordingly they
added fuel to the coals and soon had
a brisk lire under the boiler. There
was not much water in the latter,
and its conversion into steam was
consequently rapid. Seventy-five
pounds is tho maximum pressure to
which tho boiler had usually been
subjected. When the steam began
to hiss angrily through tho snfety
vnlvo, the natives, deeming the noiae
unpleasant, fastened down the lever.
In the quietness thus obtained they
were settling down to a comfortablo
night's rest, when a native employed
regularly at the landing, who knew
something about steam, providen
tially happened to come down to the
engine room. He found tho gauge
standing at about 1G0 pounds, and,
with no little display of courage,
ruihed to the furnace, cut away the
lnshings of the safety-valve and
raked the fire from beneath tho
boiler. There is no sayiog what a
fearful disaster must have occurred
at any moment, but for the timely
arrival and prompt action of this
MR. BROWN'S LECTURE.
The lecture to be delivered by
.Mr. Arthur Brown, artist, in the
Y. M. C. A. hall, at eight o'clock
this evening, promises to be one of
the most interesting platform de
liverances given in Honolulu for a
long time. The following is the
syllabus of lecture:
Introduction Description of llotite
from New York to the Yellowstone
National Park Niagara In a Storm
Passage under tho Falls Rapid Sketch
of Chicago St. Paul Livingstone
Limits of the Park Its Geographical
position Its Discovery Its Fauna Its
Flora Theory of Geyser Formation and
Action Mammoth llot Springs Ter
race Formations The Obsidian Cliff, or
Mountain of Glass Norris Geyser Ba
sin Lower Geyser Baln Midway
Geyser Basin U'pper Geyser Basin, in
which arc found all the principal Gey
sers. &c Itotitc to the Upper and
Great Falls of the Yellowstone Sulphur
Mountains and SpringsMud Geysers
Paint Pots The Grand Canyon.
Mr. Brown's appearance in Lon
don was described by the Daily
JVercs as a very interesting illus
trated lecture. That paper said,
"It is not often that so remarkable
a region is described by the artist
who has illustrated it." 'The Philo
sophical and Archaeological Society
of Scarborough, England, said: "In
the present day, wo seem to have a
plethora of lectures and delinea
tions in the various branches of
society and polite literature ; but
this one, given by Mr. Brown, is
far away out of the beaten path
and the clear and perspicuous style
of his delivery is all that can be
Friday, Aug. 21st.
Albert Kunuiakea, malicious in
jury at Honolulu, 19th inst., by
breaking down a fence. At the re
quest of his counsel, Mr. Poopoe,
defendant was remanded until 2oth.
Kooniou (k.), stealing melons
from Ah Poon, pleaded not guilty
and was remanded until to-morrow.
A QUESTION OF POLITENESS.
It is gratifying to observe tho
newspapers varying the monotony
of politics by discussions of social
questions in which the public univer
sally feel an interest. The most
general of these questions is that
which relates to street-car polite
ness. The New York, Chicago, St.
Louis and New Orleans papers are
giving it so much attention that at
first blush it is difficult to compre
hend the cause. But as wo get into
it the point becomes apparent.
Which is the politest city from a
street-car point of view? Where
are the gentlemen most courteous to
ladies, and where do the recipients
of such polite attentions make the
most graceful acknowledgment of
it? Is it in the North or South,
East or West? There is no denying
that in some American cities street
car politeness is disappearing very
rapidly. Gentlemen do not always
rise when ladies enter a car, nor do
the ladies invariably recognize the
courtesy properly when they are
tendered it. In fact, some of our
contemporaries allege that the cause
of this decrease in gallantry on the
part of gentlemen is owing to the
lack of courtesy and politeness on
the part of the women themselves.
They mistake the act of a gentle
man in resigning his scat, and seem
to consider it not politeness, but a
duty; nnd they themselves never
think of doing what they expect of
others. No word, nor even a smile
of thanks, is ever given the gentle
man who, perhaps tired and fatigued
himself, resigns his place. And
when it comes to that lady to make
way for another she seldom does it.
If there is a vacant scat next her
she does not call the attention of the
gentleman to it who has vacated in
her behalf ; but, if she has an escort,
pulls him into it and leaves tho polite
gentleman standing. If she have a
child with her it, too, must bo niadu
comfortablo, and, although tho
mother has not paid for it, sho per
mits it to occupy the place of the
man who has been polite to her.
There aro some women who even do
more than this in street ears. They
will occupy two entire seats by
spreading out their elaborate skirts
or by sitting sideways. In fact, it
is amazing how rude sonic women
can be in public who in private cir
cles aro tho soul of grace and do
not receive the smallest attention
without prompt acknowledgment.
In San Francisco ladies enjoy special
favors, and they receive them by
returning politeness with politeness;
by giving thanks for a seat and by
observing tho same courtesies toward
others that they expect from the
men. S. F. JSxaminer,
(IT niul OO llolol Hti-eol,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, Cauliflower, Celery, Eastern Oysters, Pears, Cnla Fresli Salmon, do
Codfish, do Rock Cud. do Smelt, do Plums do Lobsters, do Shrimps, do
Grapes, do Fears, do Peaches, Roll Hotter.
ALSO Smoked Salmon, do Halibut, do Herrings, do Beef, do Sausages; Salmon
Bellies, 51b. Tins; Dried Allien Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do Pears;
Cala Dried Fig-, Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Fnmilv Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, 5 lit. This; Mackerel, i!3 lb. Kits; Petit Pois, very small
and very sweet ; French Mushrooms, Dutch Salad Oil in pints and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cula Salad Oil, Apples, 2 lb. Tins Butter, Regs Butter,
Star Ham, Lean Bacon and a full line of Staple nnd Fancy Groceries.
Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, nnd satisfaction
Telephone No. 210, Both Companies.
E. C. SCHUMAN,
Carriaae and W sajtoxi Maker
Tn lirHl-eltiKK mmiiici
70 King St., adjoining Geo.
ALBERT O. SMITH,
Attorney at Law and Aecnt to
take Acknowledgments. No. !) Knahu
manu street. 102 (im
Practical Plumbers, Gas Filters
nnd Copper-smiths, No. 71 King street,
Honolulu. EST House and Ship Job
Work promptly executed. 102
HOUSE and Phaeton, cheap. Inquire
of W. D. MoWAYNE.
rpiIltEE seamstresses to
to wait on
JL sewing, also one girl
rooms. Applv at
100 lw ' li. F. E1H-KKS & CO.
rf"MlK four. year, old Ilamhlctouisiu
JL stallion APTOS CHIEF, also tho
lino driving horse Tobey, Apply to
' G.S. HOUGHTAILING,
at -Bay Horse Saloon. !)-! lm
A GOOD Magic Lantern or Oxyhydro
gen Light, wilb elides, callable
for ontcrlaiuiucnts in a good sized hall.
Will buy or hire. Address "1. 11. M.",
fTUIE undersigned having purchased
J, from the assignees of the bank,
rupt estate of Chang Hung all hook
accounts duo said estate, hereby author
izes Chung Hung to collect the same for
the undesigned. (IM lm) SING LOY.
rpilE pi cinises owned and lately ocou
J. piett ny vi
Died bv W. O. Smith, situate on
IIS Meielmnt St.
AT'tVO-STOHY COTTAGE, WITH
trellUed verandahs and large
grounds, at Palatini, lately occupied by
Mr. W. 11. Wilkinson. Kent low to
a good tenant. .IOIUN MJHKLMJ.
Mutual Telephone Co.
riMIE annual meeting of the Mutual
X Telephonic Co. will ho held at the
Company's Building, on Wednusday,
September 2d. at 10 o'clock a. m. A
general attendance of the stockholders
is requested. A.JAEGKlt,
08 td Secretary Mutual Telephone Co.
Election ol" Ofliuoi'H, iliihi
avu Sugar Company.
AT the annual meeting of thu Stock,
holdurs of the Ilabuva Sugar Co.,
held August 17lb, 18S,"), tho following
officer wereeho.-eti for iho current year:
Mr. John II. Paly President
" r, V. .tones -Treasurer
" J. I). Cuter Secrelury
" G..1. Boss Auditor
Messr. Titos. 1!. Foster and .la men A.
Hopper, Directors. .1. O, CAHTKH,
Secretary littluwa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, AugUBt 17, 1835. 100 lm
P. O. Box 207.
siiitl iim'oh to Knit tlie times.
"V. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. 6ni
In small Kits for Family use.
Ooclf issli Tongues,
CODFISH TONGUES & SOUNDS,
NO. 1 MACKEREL.
Also a few
I3" The above are all fresh and will he
sold low to close consignment.
CASTLE & COOKE.
WOLFE & CO.
Have on hand und are receiving by
every steamer fresh
CSroeericK te IroviNlonw,
Whiltaker Star Hams, Dunce's Break
fast Bacon, Boned Turkey, Koast Chick,
en, Koast ami Boiled Mutton, Tripe, Ox
Tail, Ham and Oxford Sausages, Mctt.
worst, Devd. Ham, Oysters, Salmon
Bellies, Mackerel, Salt Herrings, Snuer
Kraut, Smoked Herrings, Llmburger
Also, a large assortment of Teas, and
tho best roasted Coffee, ground
la our feed line, wo are constantly sup.
plied with the very best Hay, Oats,
Bran, Barley, Corn, Wheat, Middliugs
ami Oil Calto Meal. All the above, as
well as the numerous articles not men.
tinned, will bo sold at tho very lowest
prices. (0!) 2w) WOLFE A. CO.
Would announce as a gentle reminder,
that ho bus just received an
Richardson & Robbins'
Celebrated goods, consisting of
JLIouulcMH Coohcd Ham !
Boned Chicken, Boned Turkey,
Curried Fowl, Curried Oysters,
Plum Pudding, Potted Meats,
Dvld. Ham. Also,
Choice Smyrna Figs !
Dates, Comb llonuy, French Peas,
Olives, Durcfs Olive Oil, Jams,
.lollies, Table Fruit, Sweet und Sour
Pickles, Hams, Uucon, Codfish,
Comet & Japan Tea, Lunch Tongues.
Ox Tongues, Salmon Bellle, Mackerel
llhls Boston Dairy Suit, 101b Bags,
Chouse, and u general assortment of the
necessaries of life too uunictousto men.
tiu.i, which will bo told at fair prices.
Tclcphono 11!). (00 2w) King Bt-