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FRIDAY, AUG. 28t18SB.
Schr Halcaknla from Pepeekco
Sclir Luka from Koholalelo
Schr Rainbow from Koolati
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktne Discovery, Mcvcrs
Bk T K Toslor. Itugg
Bk Fresno, Lewis
Bk 0 O Wliltmorc, Thompson
Bktne Ella, Howe
8 S Alameda. Morse
Bgtne Clans Sprcckcls, Drew
The cargo of the Alleo Mulr Is nil
out. SJio took In ballast to-day pre
paratory to sailing for Eureka, Cnl, on
The Discovery received sugar from
tbo llalcakala tills morning. .She will
soon bo ready for sen.
Tbo bk Fresno will take in ballast to
morrow. Sho will sail about Wednes
day next for l.'ort Townsond.
August '28th, to the wife of I. Q.
Tewksbury, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
"Pkktty Manners" on fourth
Mit. Adams' sale at his residence
realized about $3,000. Mr. Morgan
A kunawav saddle horse kicked
up a dust at the foot of Merchant
street this morning.
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To-moiikow's baseball match at
Mnkiki will be between the Oceanic
and Married Men's clubs.
Tub large number of white people
disposing of their household effects
is a subject of common remark.
Mu. George Washington Smith,
purser of the steamer Likclike, who
has been ill for some time, is now
Music at the Yosemilc Skating
Kink to-night for both skating and
dancing. To-morrow night there will
be a one mile hurdle race for a
Mr. F. A. Smith, for four years
foreman of the lumber department
of Wilder & Co., resigns his position
to bo succeeded by Mr. Chauncey
At Messrs. Oats' store can be
seen two oil paintings. One repre
sents a sea-coast and the other a night
scene of ice and snow. They were
painted by Mr. Nolte's nephew in
Germany, and reflect great credit on
Gkiuld Massey, the famous lec
.turer on Spiritualism, is expected to
be a passenger from the Colonies by
the Citj' of Sydney. His admirers
here are anxious to have him, if
possible, stop over and address the
. m i
Punchbowl street is left by every
heavy rain in an abominable condi
tion. From Queen street to the
Immigration Depot it is one deep
bog, almost impassable for horses.
There is a good deal of travel on
that road, and its condition is rather
At noon to-morrow Lyons & Levey
will offer, at their salesroom, a lot
of land containing 390 fathoms,
situated at Kamakela, adjoining the
St. Louis College lot. In the even
ing they will- be employed in knock
ing down household furniture, crock
ery and glassware at the Hawaiian
A hackdhiveu wanted a hat, and
was going to Mclnerny's for it. He
was driving his horse into the ad
joining yard, when the carriage top
caught the signboard and tore it
down. It is rather complimentary
to Mac's hats to find people in such
a violent rush to get them.
Last night the Queen's Own were
given a street drill by Capt. O'Con
nor. There was a pretty fair at
tendance, and the exercises were
very satisfactory. The boys charged
bayonets by companies in line, the
movements were well executed and
the spirit was enthusiastic. The re
cruits did very well.
Graham' & Co. arc about to blast
350 tons of sione for the bark Fresno
with giant powder. They were
rending the directions for the use of
the combustible this morning. If n
thundering report is heard this even
ing, and the Portuguese village on
Punchbowl is seen sailing into space,
there will be sulllcient "evidence to
prove tho operation was successful.
A si'Ecimkn of native inhumanity
could bo seen near Ryan's boat
building shop this morning. Uullock
carts heavily loaded with stone were
driven through deep mud. The
driver stood on the pole, continually
stinging the bullocks with the whip,
making them "lie down to it," One
side of the road was good, but the
Kanaka took particular pains not to
The successor to Mr. Windgatc,
as chief freight clerk for the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co., has
not yet been appointed. It is sin
cerely hoped by Mr. Windgate's
many friends that ho will return to
the position. lie had been with the
Intcr-Islaud Steam Navigation Com
pany for years, and had gained the
good will of all who knew him. lie
is a model of good-nature, preserv
ing his temper in the most trying
moments, llowover, Mr. Windgatc
will join his family, at the Coast, to
enjoy a vacation before he again
enters the business arena.
Wk have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut pole cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 107 3t
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Fuakic Gcrtz, 103 Fort Street, re
ceived by the Alameda a small con
signment of Glycerine Dressing for
ladies shoes. Also a lino assort
ment of boots and shoes.
I'ahtii's 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.
Iloffschlaegcr, Manila cigars.
To let, a cottage.
W. C. Parke, notice to debtors of
S. J. Levey
& Co., Ahuimanu
HOW TO DO IT.
"The Vagrant Act should be en
forced to the letter. Every China
man walking the street, who was not
in employment or seeking it, should
be run into the station, and turned
out to work on the roads or sent to
the plantations." This is the way
an old resident would have the Gov
ernment supplement its policy of
strictly enforcing the law for re
stricting Chinese immigration.
A firm applying for a draft of
several thousand dollars at CO days,
at one percent, at Sprockets' Bank,
was informed that the exchange
was overdrawn for this mail. An
offer of two percent was then made,
but not entertained. Another mer
chant laughed as he referred to the
information given regarding ex
change at that bank in yesterday's
Bulletin. Ho did not believe he
could get exchange there for silver.
TRADE WITH MEXICO.
Mr. R. W. Laine, Consul for
Mexico, in answer to a question as
to what this country could send to
Mexico by the new Chinese-Mexican
line to call here, said Mexico
ought to take a good deal of Ha
waiian sugar and rice. Although
Mexico was a sugar country, natu
rally, she did not raise much of the
article nothing like the amount of
her consumption. He believed the
projected communication with Mex
ico was worthy the encouragement
of this country, as it might be the
means of developing a lucrative
A ROAD SCHEME.
A gentleman, who is deeply im
pressed with the importance of hav
ing the road over the Nuuanu Pali
speedily completed, suggests a
scheme for effecting that object and
for having the city streets put in
good condition. His plan is to have
barracks erected near the Pali and
have all the prisoners sentenced to
terms above a certain length sent
out there, with a detachment of the
soldiers now idle to guard them.
While the Pali road was thus mono
polizing all available prison lnbor,
the reconstruction of the city streets
should be accomplished under con
tract by white, or at least free,
labor. There was a very different
climate, he held, on the other side
of the Island, and once the above
road is completed that will be the
favorite spot for suburban resi
dences. HEALTH PRECAUTIONS.
SUOGESTIOX OK THE --BULLETIN"
In reply to the usual "Anything
new?" a leading merchant said to
tho Bulletin reporter:
"I think it was in your paper that
there was a recommendation for
dividing tho city into wards, each
of which should bo in charge of a
health officer under the superintend
ence of Capt. Brown. It was a
very excellent idea, and I do not
see why it cannot bo adopted. Tho
city is already divided into fire
wards, and theso might do for
health purposes. It is about tho
only way that thorough cleansing
and keeping clean of the city can
bo accomplished. There really
ought to be something done, when
there is so much cholera in other
countries. The Government ought
to be grateful to you for the sugges
tion. They would show, by adopt
ing it, a regard for public opinion
which would in turn bo appreciated
by tho people. You ought to give
the idea still more prominence."
Friday, Aug. 28th.
Ah You pleaded guilty to pos
session of opium, and was fined Slo
and sentenced to 15 days at hard
Kahclcmauna pleaded guilty to
allowing his express to rest off the
stand, and was fined 85 and costs.
Fook Sing, Ah Lum and Set Slice
were brought up on remand for the
possession of opium. Fook Sing
pleaded guilty to possession of a
horn of opium. Ah Lum und Set
Shoe pleaded not guilty. Mr.
Hatch appeared for defendants.
Officer Mehrtens and Marshal Sopor
testified to the seizure. It was in a
house of three rooms fronting on
one verandah. The horn of opium
was found in one of the end rooms.
Thirteen tins were found in the
Fook Sing swore ho occupied the
first room and had nothing to do
with the other rooms. He used the
opium found in his room for a
plaster for a sick headache, and did
not know anything about the other
tins. The husband of- the woman
living in the middle room was a
fireman on the Kinau.
Set Slice's story was that her hus
band brought homo two packages
in the afternoon of the seizure and
put them under the bed, and sho
did not know their contents; her
husband was not home when the
police came, and she had not seen
him since the arrests.
Fook Sing was fined 50 and given
20 days at hard labor.
All Lum was discharged.
Set Slice was lined 8100 and sen
tenced to three months at hard
labor. An appeal was noted in her
CRAND COSTUMES AT THE ASCOT
The peculiar feature of the races
at Ascot is the driving thither in
semi-state of the Prince and Princess
of Wales. As a picture scarcely
anything more charming can be con
ceived than the winding through the
green woods of a troop of huntsmen
wearing the Lincoln green, with
their hunting horns and peaked caps,
preceding the royal carriages drawn
by eight horses apiece, bestridden
by grooms in scarlet livery. This
ceremonial is of very ancient date,
and pictures are extant of various
monarchs proceeding to the race
course in "Ascot state." This year,
however, tho Queen forbade the
procession, as Cup Day at Ascot
was the day on which the Duchess of
Connaught's father, the Red Prince,
was being laid away forever. There
was some fear that the royal party
would not appear at all, and that all
the blinds would ho down in the
ro3al inclosurc, as they were last
j-ear, in consequence of the death
of the Duke of Albany. But the
royalties came, and, what's more,
the Princess was not in mourning,
but wore a charming light blue
dress, adorned with pink roses. The
dressing at Ascot is always some
thing extraordinary, and this year
the most magnificent feminine ap
parel was observable. Fabrics
usually reserved for the ball room
were thought not too expensive, not
too brilliant, for use upon the velvet
sward of the turf. White satins,
cream velvets, Brussels point lace
flounces, everything gorgeous that
the most daring milliner could think
of or devise all that was at Ascot
on the Cup Day.
Trousers-stretchers have become
quite the rage, and the male "rem
nant" still perceptible in the Park is
invariably distinguished by those
front and back creases on the once
"inexpressible" garment, which
gives it the appearance of having
just emerged from the tailor's hand,
in virgin purity, like Venus from the
sea. London Life.
Miss JanoR. Wishart, of Notting
Hill High School, has scored a "best
on record." She heads the honor
list at the last matriculation exam
ination of the University of London,
without being disqualified by age
from receiving the exhibition. This
must be very satisfactory to the
Senate of the "godless University"
which was the first to throw its door
open to women. A female Senior
Wrangler will no doubt appear in
due course. Ibid.
RS. RODANET wishes to inform
her customers that all accounts
due her must bo paid on or before tho
2i)th instant. And all those remaining
unpaid after that date will bo placed in
tho hands of a collector, with interest
ndded til thu late of 12'j percent, per
mouth, with power to recover the
amounts by law; 100 lw
Tho premises at No. -13 Mer.
ichant street, near thu corner of
tort street, centrally locateu
in the business part of thu city. Suita
ble for a LAW OFFICE, or any other
kind of business. Kent low. Enquire
of DR. STANGKNWALD.
ON account of dcpaituro by tho Ala
meda, 1 Solid Bhiok Walnut Mar.
bio Top Bedroom Set, 8 pieces; 1 Woven
Wire Spring Mattress j 1 Top Muttress, 1
Dining Table, 3 Ulnck Walnut Dining
Chairs, 1 Stove und Furniture, This
furniture has only been in use a fow
months. For further particulars apply
to (100 tf) KING BROS., Hotel St.
ST. LPBIS' COLLECE
Boardii iiiiil Bay School
ITor !3oyH, at
The Course of Instruction embraces
nil the branches of a good Christian
and Commercial Education. Aspcclnl
cln9s has been formed this year for ad
vanced scholars. Lntln, Greek, French
and German arc optional.
For Day Scholars, GOc, 7oc, $1, $1.00
Tho Boarding Department consists of
two distinct classes of pupils.
Board and Tuition, 1st Class, per annum
Doiird and Tuition, 2d Class, per annum
Instrumental Music, per month 4
Vocal Music & Drawing free of charge.
Laundry Expenses, per month $ 2
Medical attendance forms extra charge,
also, repairs of nil kinds.
Hooks and Stationery at current rates.
Payments must be mndo quarterly (every
2 months), and in advance.
Every Boarder must bo provided with
bedclothes, mnttrasscs, two nightgowns,
several suits of clothing for Sumlnys
and week days, six shirts, six pocket
hnndkerchiefs, three pairs of stockings,
collnrs and ties, threo pairs of shoes nil
marked. Also, toilet articles, such ns
hair brush, tooth, nnll and shoo brushes,
combs, sonp nnd blncking. For ndinls.
slon as Bonrdcrs certificates of good
moral character nnd of health are rcqulr
cd. Bonrdcrs may spend the first Saturday
of every month with their parents or
A quarterly report of the health, con.
duct and improvement of cvety lionrdcr
will be sent to his parents or guardians.
The Session commences this year on
Monday, Sept. Mth, 1885.
For further particulars apply to
FATHER SYLVESTER, S.S., C.C.
50,000 Extra Strong
For Sale by
Special Agent for the Michigan
Portrait Company, producers of the flu.
est grades of I nil I u Ink, Water Color,
Crayon and Pastel Portraits. Head
quarters at King Bros., Hotel street,
Honolulu. 107 lm
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL) persons who want to communi
cate with the Poitupuese, either
for business", or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will And it
the most profitable way to advertise In
the Luso IIaivaiiaiio,$ new organ of
the Portuguese colony, which is pub.
lished on Merchant street, Gazette Build
ing, (Post-Onlcc Letter Box E.), nnd
only charges reasonable rates for adver
tisements. Saratoga House.
Only Restaurant in Town Owned and
Run by a White Man. Employ
ing no Chinese Waiters.
First-class board by tho week, month or
transient. Special accommodation for
ladles nnd families.
E3TRending parlors open for guests
of thcjiouse. The coolest dining rooms
in the city. NO FLIES.
1091m H. BARBER.
Constant Blowing !
Of Cigars onuses people to think
Will Not Burn
Do not need blowing,
out. (103 3t)
Thev burn with
MAllCHANT. XIIE 33MrAE
Ice Cream Parlors !
ISTo. rt." i lot el (Street.
Delicious flavored Ice Cream made
from pure Dnlry Cream, Fruit lees,
Sherbets, leg Cream Drinks nnd many
other refreshments can bo found always
nt this really urst-class resort. Choico
Confectionery and Cakes in great
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For tho convenience of the public we
pack orders for Ico Creqm in Patent
Refrigerator Cans, wklch hold from 1 to
10 Quarts, wnrruntcd to keep Its delight,
fill flavor and perfect form for ninny
Riner Up Telephone 1 WSi,
8f Thu EJltu Ico Cream PnrloM uro
open dally until 11 r.M. 38 ly
g CO w
LEWIS & CO., CROCERS,
or ami t Hotel atrcct,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, Cauliflower, Celery, Eastern Oysters, l'cars, (Jala Fresh Salmon, do
Codfish, do Rock Cod, do Smells, do l'ltims, 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 1b. Tins; Dried Aldeu Apples, do Prunes, do Pcnclics, do Pears;
Cnla Dried Figs, Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Family Mild Cheese, Stronir
Cheese, Mackerel, 5 11). Tins; Mackerel, 25 lb. Kits; Petit Pols, very small
and very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Snlad Oil In pluts and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cain Snlud Oil, Apples, 2 lb. Tins Butter, Kegs Butter,
Star Ham, Lean Bacon and a full line of Staple and'Faucy Groceries.
Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telcphono No. 240, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (7G2
E. C. SCHUMAN,
Carriage a-iicl Wagon IMCalcei
In 1 irKt-oluNK imiiiner" mid prices to Htiit t;lie timow.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. 0m
ALBERT O. SMITH,
Attorney nt Law and Agent to
take Acknowledgments. No. 9 Kuahu
nianii street. 102 0m
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumbers, Gas Fitters
and Copper-smiths, No. 71 King street,
Honolulu. EST House and Ship .lob
Work promptly executed. 102
HORSE and Phaeton, cheap. Inquire
of W. D. Mc WAYNE.
"Canning's i&land guano
quantities to suit. Apply to
103 lyr I
ONE Phaeton, 1 Business Wagon, 1
Breiik, n set of blacksmith's nnd
wood worker's tools. Iron and carriage
material. Applv to
105 lm G. HEWCASTLE, 32 King St.
A NEAT and cosy room in a private
, family, five minutes' walk from
Post-Office, call on
J. E. WISEMAN.
108 3t General Husincss Agent.
THE four-year-old Hamblctoninn
stnllion APTOS CHIEF, also the
flue driving horso Tobcy. Apply to
G. S. HOUGHTAILING,
nt Bay Horse Saloon. Ui lm
A GOOD Magic Lantern or Oxyhyijro
gen Light, with slides, suitable
for entertainments in a good si.ed hall.
Will buy or hlie. Address " 1. R. M.",
THE undersigned having purchased
from the assignees of the bank,
rupt estato of Cluing Hung nil book
accounts due said estate, hereby author
izes Chang Hung to collect tho same for
the undersigned. (03 lm) SING LOY.
Mutual Telephone Go.
TMIE annual meetliii: of the Mutual
X Telephoma Co. yyill bo held ntthc
Company's Building, on 'Wednesday,
September 2d, at 10 o'clock a. in. A
general nttendmico of tho stockholders
is requested. A. JAEGER,
08 td Secretary Mutual Telcphono Co.
Election of OftiuorH, Ilala
wi Sugar Company.
AT thu annual meeting of tho Stock,
holders of tho Halawa Sugar Co,,
held August 17lh, 1885, thu following
oftlcers wero chosen for tho current year;
Mr. -Inlin If. lnl.v President
" 1. O. Jones Treasurer
" J. O. O.irtir Secretary
" G.J. Ross Auditor
Messrs. Thos. R. Foster and James A.
Hopper, Diwdors. .1. O. OARTKH,
Secretary Halawa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, August 17, 1885. 100 lm
For Sale or to .Let.
FURNISHED or unfurnishcl. The
lesldcnco of the late Judge Austin
3iuunnu Avenue, enquire ot
Over Bishop & Co.'s Bank.
I HAVE seized for. rent the Blabs,
Head and Foot Stones, etc., of T. J.
Nagle, carrying on business as stone
cutter, on Queen Street, Honolulu, and
shall sell 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, 1S35. 1011 2w
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Office (with Tlustnoe A; Ito
bertson. 8!l tf
HIP WO & CO. beg to inform their
numerous friends that tlicy have
purchased tho above House, and 'will
carry it on in urn-class style.
Board per Week, $5.00.
Single Meals, 25 Cents.
Private Rooms, Board per Week, $0.00;
Single Meals, 50 Cents.
Good Meals and every delicacy, of tho
105 Season. " lm
WOLFE & CO.
Have on hand and aro receiving by
every steamer fresh
GroecrlcN S Provision,
Whiltakcr Star Hams, Duneu's Break,
fast Bacon, Boned Turkey, Roast Chick,
en, Roast noil Boiled Mutton, Tripe, Ox
Tail, Ham and Oxford Sausages, Mett.
wurst, Uevu. Ham, uysiers, amnion
Bellies, Mackerel, Salt Herrings, Snuor
Kraut. Smoked Herrings. Limbureer
Also, a large assortment of Teas, and
the best roasted Cottee, ground
Iu outfeed line, wu are constantly sup.
plied with tlio very best Hay. Oats,
Bran, Barley, Corn, Wheat, Middlings
and Oil CiiKo Meal. All the above, us
well as tho numerous articles not men
tioned, will ho sold at iho verv lowest
prices. (09 8w) WOLFE & CO.