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WEDNESDAY, AUO. 2o7188o7
Schr Kamol from Laupahochoo
Stmr Walmanalo from Walmanalo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr .lus Makeo for Kiuiiit via Walanao
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktne Discovery. Mevoi:s
BkTR Foster, "Rugg
Bk Fiesno, Lewis
Bk C O Whltnion:, Thompson
Bktno Ella, Howi!
S S Alameda, Morso
For Windward Torts, per steamer
Kluau. August 23 W II Cornwcll, W
P Ltimahcfliel, A V Cooke. X 11 Bnb
uoek, Mis Sam Js'owlcln, Mls All Kong,
Miss ANowlcIn, (J Afong, A Baltics,
.1 CI Kirkwood, .Mrs Sohraedcr, Mrs
Babylon, W ,T Forbes. 0 11 Collins. Mrs
K CBond and two elilldicn, Bro Lam
bert, Bro .Tocph, C V Peterson. W L
Peterson, 51 V Holmes, T W Everett,
Mrs Sehtmei fenlng, Elder Fair. Elder
Spate. Wong Kwni, S Ktnuwa and wife.
I) t) Baldwin, and about 130 deck.
For Hamakna. per stmr C It Bishop.
August 23 Mrs R M Oveiend, and
about CO deck.
For Kauai, per steamer Iwalaui, Aug
'.'.- Col Z S Spalding, lion W F Allen.
E H Allen, W 11 Blue, Lieut lloa C
ninkou. Julius II Smith, K L Kauai,
(4 Butheifoid, C Borehgicvlnk, F
Proskc, A D Haneberg and bO deek.
Schooner Kainoi brought 712 bags of
sugar. She was ix davs from Laupn
boehoe to Honolulu. The captain ie
ports light winds and calm.
The repahlng of the Eleu will not be
finished to-day as expected.
The Likcllkc makes a trial trip to Ka
hului next week, probably Wednesday,
to test her new boilers.
Stmr Jas Makec sails to-morrow at 8
o'clock a in.
The cargo of the bk T It Foster will
bo all out about Tuesday next.
The schr Liholiho can'ic off the Marine
Hallway this morning. She will be put
on the Inter Island trade again.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
in the world is "Shaw-
Mil Henry Cornwell is reported
improving in health.
Mits. Dominis, mother of the
Governor, is convalescent.
The September time table of the
I. I. S. N. Co. has been issued.
This is prayer meeting night
the several Protestant churches.
Tun steamer Kinau
new route next month,
will take a
St. Louis Collej
being extended to
e buildings are
Owing to the unfavorable weather,
Mr. Adams' sale at his own house is
postponed until Thursday.
Ruv. James Bicknell, of Hawaii,
has bought Mr. A. S. Hartwell's
estate at Puunui, Nuuanu Valley.
His Majesty has received a letter
of condolence on the death of Queen
Emma, from President Grevy of
It rained heavily all last night out
Waikiki way, and this morning the
roads in that direction looked as if
they had been scrubbed.
Mn. Elisha II. Allen, Hawaiian
Consul-General at New York, ac
companied by his brother, Col. .
F. Allen, has gone on a visit to
The British man-of-war Con
stance is expected here shortly on
her way to Hongkong from the Pa
Now is the time to send to the
Coast for costumes for the masquer
ade at the Yoscraite Skating Kink,
The Hceia Plantation, sold at
auction this morning by Marshal
Soper, was bought by M. Louisson,
of the firm of Grinbaum & Co., for
. m .
Five natives were presented be
fore Judge Bickerton, in the Civil
Court this morning, for deserting
contract scrvico with the Inter
Island S. S. N. Co. Their cases
were continued until tho first prox.
The coral wall on the mauka side
of Palace Walk has been taken
down, and the material will be used
in building a battery on tho Kaka
ako beach, upon which the cannon
now on the Esplanade will be
Marshal Soper, attended by Of
ficer Mehrtcns, yesterday seized M
half-pound tins of opium in a Chinese
dwelling on Smith street. It is
supposed that a much larger quan
tity of tho drug had been got out of
the way just before tho officers'
A si-outive gentleman says that
ducks are not too plentiful here and
that he and a party of hunters arc
going to Koolau next month with a
gatling gun strapped to the back of
a Government mule, to finish up
the birds crippled , in former expeditions.
A utiSK will
snace in legal
occur in tUo large
and social circles,
occupied by ex-Judge A. S. Hart
well, on the departure of the Ala
meda. That gentleman loaves to
take up his residence on his ances
tral homestead near Boston. Ho
will be much missed.
Tun unseasonably abundant rains
arc having n happy effect upon thu
surrounding hills, clothing them with
rich verdure. Dullness and dirty
streets in town should be endured
with resignation, in presence of the
joy that the rain brings to the hearts
of planters and ranchmen.
Ix the Supremo Court yi'slcrday
a hearing was had of the bankruptcy
case of F. Higgins. Claims of
85,778.12 were proved, and Hon.
W. C. Parke was appointed assignee
under bonds of SI, 500. Nothing of
importance has occupied the Court
to day. The Intermediary Court
An express carriage driven by a
white man came up Fort street this
afternoon at a lively gait. When
near Hopper's mill the driver head
ed the horse for a vacant lot for
safety. The abrupt turn broke the
shafts and the horse ran away,
leaving the wreck behind. There
was no number on the carriage.
Tur. Honolulu l?ifles had a good
bayonet drill last evening. Mr. J.
AV. Pratt was appointed Fourth
Sergeant, B. F. Bishop Fifth Ser
geant and ii. L. Fitch, Third Cor
poral. Two applicants were elected
into the company. Mr. Simmons
made a few remarks, taking leave in
appropriate terms of his comrades,
as he leaves 'for the United States on
The Guzetlc contains an account
of a desperate submarine combat at
Kohala between a native and a shaik
that attacked him while he was div
ing for fish. The uctivc success
fully fought the shark off long
enough to enable him to escape its
voracious maw, but was severely
bitten about the head and face in
the struggle, and had to place him
self in Dr. Bond's care.
It is satisfactory to learn that the
trees on the top of Punchbowl have
not been wantonly cut down by any
one. The circumstance which gave
rise to the statement published in the
Daily Bulletin on Monday was the
removal and cutting up of some trees
and parts of trees which had been
"broken down during the great gale
that did so much similar mischief
lately round Honolulu. This removal
was made on the authority of His
Majesty the King.
A Chinese express carriage, No.
117, collided with Wilder's coal cart
yesterday afternoon on Fort street
near the Custom House and the re
sult was disastrous for the China
man. Both shafts of the carriage
were broken and the harness totally
demolished. The carriage horse
became free of its leathern bonds
and bolted for uptown. There were
three Chinese passengers in the ex
press at the time of the collision, and
they vacated the vehicle with celes
tial agilit-. Each driver claims
that the other was to blame, but the
coal cart being heavily loaded should
have had the right of way.
We have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut pole cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 83 !it
Fiiank Gertz, 103 Fort Street, re
ceived by the Alameda a small con
signment of Glycerine Dressing for
ladies shoes. Also a fine assort
ment of boots and shoes.
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.
Malcolm Brown, meeting of Poly
Wanted, a double office desk.
J. E. Wiseman, a room wanted.
C. Mow Keong and Thos. F. Lan
sing, assignees' notices in four
II. Hackfeld & Co., sugar bags.
E. P. Adams, postponement of
THE I. I. S. S. CO.'S VOLCANO ROUTE.
Mr. Harry Armitage, who was
formerly connected with pleasuro
resorts in New Zealand, has been
appointed booking agent here for
Volcano passengers by the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co.'s
steamer W. G. Hall. Mr. J. Sim
mons will tako the agency in San
Francisco, to co-operate with Mr.
Armitage. Tourists obtaining tickets
from Mr. Simmons will be wuited
upon here on their arrival by Mr.
Armitago, who will glvo them all
possible information regarding the
great Hawaiian wonder and tho
points of interest on the route
thereto. He will prepare plans for,
excursion parties, so that those com-
posing them will have no trouble in
effecting the journey and taking in
all its enjoyments. There will be
no extra charge for his services.
Tho recommending features of this
route can bo laid before tourists by
Mr. Armitago so clearly that
blindness of choico will be altogether
unnecessary. lie is exceedingly
versatile upon Island scenery, and
possesses affability that must mako
him a favorite with the traveling
IMPQRTAnTtO LIQUOR SELLERS.
A PliOMINENT LlQUOK MEHCHANT IS
St'EU KOK 82,500 DAMAGES, UY
the Wife or One of His Cus-
A Hawaiian statute, thu existence
of which is perhaps not generally
known, has just been made use of
by one of the class for whoso pro
tection it was provided. This moril
ing Mrs. Frances 15. Jackson swore
out a complaint before Mr. "William
Foster, Clerk of the Supreme Court,
against J. H. Lovejoy, and peti
tioned His Honor Chief Justice Judd
to cite him before the said Court, to
answer in a suit for 82,500 actual
and exemplary damages. Com
plainant alleges that defendant has,
within eight months last past, un
lawfully, by selling and giving to
Andrew P. Jackson, her husband,
spirituous and intoxicating liquors,
deprived her of proper and adequate
means of support, her husband being
at times incapacitated from work
and his property and means being
spent to purchase liquor of the de
fendant ; and, further, that she has
suffered great distress of body and
mind by reason of the acts of tho
defendant in person and property
and means to the amount aforesaid,
in contravention of her private rights
under the laws.
In pursuance of this complaint
and petition the Chief Justice has
issued a summons to J. II. Lovejoy
to appear and answer to the charge
at the October term of the Supreme
Court. The papers were to have
been served upon the defendant
FROM LINGUISTIC TO PUGILISTIC.
In the good ancient days of
knight-errantry two old duffers en
gaged in mortal combat over a dis
pute as to whether a certain shield
was silver or gold. They looked at
the object from different sides, and,
as it was got up on the principles of
bimetalism, both were right and
both were wrong. This incident
had its counterpart in an occurrence
that happened yesterday near the
stone bridge out on the Palama
road. A party of Chinamen, five
or six in number, traveling from
town, engaged in a dispute over the
proper signification of a certain
English phrase. The wrangle be
came verj' warm, it seemingly not
occurring to the disputants that,
while a single word in their own
mother tongue is often capable of a
thousand meanings, there was
possibility of a strange tongue being
so ambiguous as to admit of two
different shades of meaning in a
phrase. At all events, the discus
sion waxed hotter and hotter, until
the leader upon one side of the
question entirely lost his self-control.
He suddenly drew off and hit
the leader of the opposite side a
stinging blow in, the face. Then
there was war in Palama for the
space of two minutes. Blows were
exchanged with great celerity, and
Chinaman pulled Chinaman about
the king's highway by the queue.
It was indeed a quencrious battle
Mongolians fighting fiercely for the
integrity of the leading Caucasian
vernacular. Not only, too, was it a
war about words, but largely a war
of words. Each combatant vied
with the other in proving his superi
ority in English erudition by hurl
ing curses and bad names at him in
the language of Shakespeare. At
length one of the belligerents,
weakening in the struggle, began to
shout "Haul in," and then their
comrades, evidently considering
there was enough of Johnson, Web
ster, Worcester and Marquis of
Qucensbury for one day, interfered
and separated the valiant linguists.
"Anglicizing the Chinese" is ap
parently keeping well up with tho
process of "Asiaticizing tho Ha
waiian Kingdom," if the episode
above narrated is a criterion.
Wkd.visday, Aug. 2(!th.
Ah Sing, attempt at larceny of
fowls from George Castle this morn
ing. Pleaded not guilty and re
manded until to-morrow.
Fook Sing, Ah Luin and Set Shec
(w.), having opium in possession on
25th inst., to wit, about 11 tins.
Mr. Hatch appeared for defendants,
who by request wero remanded
until tho 28th.
Awa Pan and Chan Cheong,
cruelty to animals. This is the case
of tlie dray horse that died in the
street last Friday. Three witnesses
had seen, defendants beating the
horse with a rope and a stick, to
make it draw a heavy load of fire
wood on soft ground at Kalihi.
They persisted in this conduct for
half an hour, in spite of remon
strances, beating the horse on tho
head and all over its body, so as to
make tho blood come. They were
each fined 815 with 82.G0 costs.
Mondat, Aug. 24th.
Wilder & Co. vs. John Maalo,
Olclo and Kcaniani, deserting con
tract labor. Defendants ordered to
return to their employment.
Goo Kim vs. II. S. Swinton.
Settled out of court.
Kauwela vs. Aiapuu, action for
damages 850. Judgment for dam
ages and costs amounting to 825.10.
Judgment was confessed in seve
ral assumpsit cases.
Two cases of 15. Oakley vs. 15. B.
Thomas wero decided in favor of
plaintiff, defendant appealing in both
to Intermediary Court.
Come lurid Smith and mincing
The town is waiting on
We've made our hots,
And give some more palaver.
K. S. S.
NOT A REGULAR.
First doctor "Do you know I am
beginning to suspect Slathers?"
Second doctor "You surprise me.
He seems to be quite a gentleman."
First doctor "Oh, certainly; but
I mean well, I hate to say it, but 1
suspect he is not a regular prac
tioner." Second doctor "You horrify
First doctor "In fact, I foci cer
tain of it."
Second doctor "Upon what do
you base your opinion'!"'
First doctor "Upon facts, sir,
facts. All his patients recover."
Many people havo not yet learned
to spell correctly the name of Prin
cess Beatrice's husband. It is not
Battcnburg, but Battcnbcrg.f Lon
MISS BERRY'S School will reopen
September 1st. Alakca Street.
Lost, Strayed or Stolon.
Lost, August 10tht Fox Ter
ricr Bitch. White with
black and Tan Head. Tail
cut. Reward. Apply to
C. K. STILLMAN.
SUlMtEME COURT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of GOO HOY. Before
Goo Hoy doing business In Kohala,
Island of Hawaii, having this day been
adjudicated bankrupt, on tbe petitiou ot
II. Hackfeld & Co., it ! hereby ordered
that all creditots of said bankrupt come
in and prove tiieir claims before me, at
my Chambers, in Honolulu, on
Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1885,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
And it is further ordeied that upon
said day the creditors do proceed to hold
the ELECTION of an assignee or as
signech of said bankrupt estate, and that
notice hereof be published in tbe Haiv.
aiian Gazette once previous to said day,
and in the Daily Bulletin until baid
Dated Honolulu. August 17, 18Q5.
Attest: Justice Supreme Court.
Heniiy F. Poon, 2nd Deputy Clerk.
A DIVIDEND of $17,010 percent, is
payable on the estate of Simon K.
Kaai at the ofUce of
100 at C. R. BISHOP & CO.
For Sale or to Let.
rpURNISHED or unfurnislieJ.
JL? residence of tho late Judge Austin
Nuuanu Avenue. Enquire of
100 lw Over Bishop & Co.'s Bank.
FOIt SALE CHEAP.
ON account of depaiture by the Ala
inedo. 1 Solid Black Walnut Mar.
hie Top Bedroom Set, 8 pieces; 1 Woven
Wire Spring Mattress; 1 Top Mattress, 1
Dining Table, 3 Black Walnut Dining
Chairs, 1 Stove and Furniture. 'Ibis
furniture has only been in us-e a few
months. For further pirticulars apply
to- (100 tf) KING BROS., Hotel St.
ONE Phaeton, 1 Business Wagon, 1
Break, a set of blacksmith's and
wood worker's tools. Iron and carriage
material. Apply to
105 lm O. HEWCASTLE, 82 King St.
MRS. RODANET wishes to inform
her customers that all accounts
duo her must be paid on or before tho
29th instant. And all those remaining
unpaid after that date will bo placed in
tho hands of a collector, with interest
added at tho rate of vxy, peicent. per
month, with power to recover the
amounts by law. 100 lw
HAVING obtained tho services of a
llrstclass Piano Tuner, wo wish
to Inform the public that wo hit. ahlo to
Tune and Repair Pianoj at thort notice.
All orders lelt with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
10.12 ly WEST, DOW &, CO.
O L.USO Hawaiiano.
ALL persons who want to communl.
cate with tho Poituguese, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will uml it
the most protitahlo way to advertise In
tho Luso Hawaiiano, the new organ of
tlio Portunue-io colony, wh'ch is pub.
lishcd on Merchant strtet, Gazette Build
lap, (I'ost-Oillco Letter Box K.), and
oaly charge i lensonablu rates for ndver.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
7 uml 00 llotol Htreet.
NEW GOODS JUST BECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, Caulitlowcr, Celery, Eastern Oysters, Pears, Caia Fresh Salmon, do
Codfish, do Rock Cod, do Smelts, do Plums, 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, 5 lb. Tins; Dried Atdeu Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do Pears;
Caia Dried Figs, Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Family Mild Chcebc, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, 5 lb. Tins; Mackerel, 25 lb. Kits; Petit Pois, very small
and very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutcli Salad Oil in pints and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Caia Salad Oil, Apples, 2 lb. Tins Butter, Kegs Butter,
Star Ham, Lean Bacon and a full lino of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephono No. 240, Both Companies. P. O. Box 207. (702
E. G. SCHUMAN,
Carriaac aul Wajon IMCalirei
In Hi-Ht-cluNH nmuncr iinti priccH to wnii Hie tiiiiosi.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Oni
ALBERT O. SMITH,
Attorney at Law anil Accnt to
take Acknowledgments. No. i) Kaabu.
manusticet. 10.2 (im
BROWN &: PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumbers, Gas Fitters
and Coppcr-smith", No. 71 King stieet.
Honolulu. ZS' House and Ship Job
Work promptly executed. 102
HORSE and 1'hacton, cheap. Inquire
of W. D.McWAYNK.
FANNINO'S ISLAND GUANO in
quantities to suit. Apply to the
I'AUIFU; JSAVIUATIOJN UU.
For Sale Cheap.
A N elegant squaro piano. lias had
21 but very little use. Apply to
THE four-year-old Hambletouiau
1 stallion APTOS OHIEP, also Hie
lino driving horse Tobey. Apply to
G. S. IIOUGHTAILING,
at Biy Horse Saloon. 91 lm
A GOOD Magic Lantern or 0.ybydro
gen Light, with slides, suitable
for entertainments In a good sized hall.
VHI buy or Hire. AUiiress " l
rpilE undersigned luuinir purchased
JL. from tho assignees of tho bank,
rupt estate of Chang Hung all hook
accounts due said estate, hereby author
izes Chang Hung to collect tho same for
the undersigned. (93 lm) SING LOY.
THE premises owned and lately occu.
pled by V. O. Smith, situate on
I'cusacola street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
98 2w !I8 Merchant St.
Mutual Telephone Co.
THE annual meeting of the Mutual
Telephonic Co. will be held at the
Company's Building, on Wednesday,
September 2d, at 10 o'clock u. m, A
general attendance of the stockholders
Is requested. A. JAEGER,
08 td Sscietary Mutual Tolenhono Co,
Election of OiliccrH, lEula
wa Sugar Company.
AT tho annual meeting of tlio Stook.
holders of tho Halawa Sugar Co.,
held August 17th, 188.1, tho following
ottlcers were chosen for the cuneut year;
Mr. John II. Paty President
" P.O. Jones Treasurer
" J. O. Carter Secretary
" G.J. Ross Auditor
Messrs. Thos. R. Foster and James A.
Hopper, Directors. J. O. CARTKH,
Secretary llalawa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, August 17, 1885. 100 lm
BY a lady, in a private family; three
meals a day; in locality conveni
ently near business centre. Apply at
the Temple of Fashion. 101 lw
I II AVE seicd for rent the Slabs,
Head and Foot Stones, etc., of T. J.
Nagle, carrying on business as stone
cutter, on Queen Street, Honolulu, and
shall bell the same at public auction if
the debt for rent is not liquidated within
15 days from this date.
A. B. KERR.
Honolulu, Aug. 20, 1833. 103 2w
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct
ly kept, also all kinds ol copying at
tended to. Ofllce with Ihutaeo it I!o
bertson. 89 tf
HIP WO & CO. beg to Inform their
numerous friends that they havo
purchased the above House, and will
carry it on in flrbl-class style.
Board per Week, $5.00.
Single Meals, 25 Cents.
Private Rooms, Board per Week, $0.00;
Single Menls, CO Cents.
Meals and every delicacy of tho
WOLFE & CO.
Have on hand and are receiving by
every sterner fresh
GroecricH to Pi-ovImIoiim,
Whittakcr Star Hams, Dunce's Break,
fast Bacon, Boned Turkey, Roast Chick,
en, Roast ami Boiled Mutton, Tripo, Ox
Tail, Ham and Oxford Sausages, Mctt.
wuist, Dcvd. Ham, Oysters, Salmon
Bellies, Mackerel, Salt Herrings, Sauor
Kraut, Smoked Herrings, Lfmburgcr
Also, a large assortment of Teas, and
the best roasted Coffee, ground
In our feed line, wo arc constantly sup.
plkd with tho very best Hay, Oats,
Ur.ui. Barley. Com, Wheat, Middlings
I and Oil Cuke Meal, All the above, as
! well as the numerous articles not men
tioned, will bo sold at the very lowest
prices. (93 2w) WOLFE & CO.