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SATURDAY, AUC4. 2!), 188.-.
Sttnr Lehua from Kahului
Strar Jas I Dow sett from Molokal
Stmr Mokolll from Moloknl
Scntmrr Kilauca Hon from Windwnid
Schr Llholibo for Vuiltnea, Kmini
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Lehua for Knhulul
Stmr Jas I Dowsctt for Molokal
Slmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Sclir Ehukal for Wnlalua
Sclir Luka for Koholalelo
Bk Alice Mulr for Eureka, Cal
Sclir Rainbow for Knolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilktno Discovery, Meyers
Bk '1' it Fotcr, Rugg
Bk Fresno, hew Is
Bk C O Whltmo'-e, Thompson
Bktno Ella, Howe
S S Alameda. Morse
Bgtne Claus Spreckels. Drew
From Kahului, per steamer I.eliun,
August 20 Root Catton, A II Smith, I.
Von Tcmpskev, Mrs Kettle, Bishop of
Olba, Father M. Limburg, 11 W Fryer.
I) Fltgerald. T D Blight. L Duraii and
wife, h Samwells, L Sbilllto, J K Wise
man, Mr Williams. Peicy Benson, MKs
Luce, WAuld and wife. Mrs Tell and,
The tmrs Khniu, W G Hall, C K
Bishop and S S City of Sydney are all
due to-monow. 'I lie latter is from the
Colonies (in route for San Fiauelsco.
Bk F S Thompson, Cnpt Potter, ar
llvcd at Kalmlul on Monday last, 22
days from Victoria, with a cargo of
coal for the Hawaiian Commercial &
The stmr Mokolll was hauled on the
Marine Railway this afternoon.
The sclir Lihollho sails this afternoon
for Wnlinea via Waistline with coal,
A spar was 'ecu fiom the stmr Lehua,
off the NE coat of Maui on last
Wednesday morning. It was about 43
feet long and broken at both ends. It
w as smooth and looked like a schooner's
mast. One end was covered with bar
nacles of four months' growth.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A ltKvisni) form of mail notice,
respecting the Oceanic steamer, is
It i9 reported that the Olympic
House on Niiuanu Avenue will be
fitted up for a temperance hotel.
Mr. F. A. Smith has been appoint
ed successor to Mr. Wingatc as chief
freight clerk of the I. I. S. N. Co.
It is pleasing to report that Mr.
II. Cornwall, of Waikapu, wns some
what better when the Lehua left
. . .
A leper woman named Kauluma-
lama has come by the Lehua from
Hana, Maui, to the branch hospital
Mb. Bobbins, formerly with G.
W. Macfarlanc & Co., is reported as
being ill at Mr. Cornwell's residence,
Queen street was being cleaned
this morning. The piles of dirt
scraped up in the gutters were carted
. 1 .
A maceration mill complete will
be shipped from the Honolulu Iron
works, to Ilamakua plantation on
the schooner Luka.
Kawaiaiiao Church clock, which
stopped when Queen Emma died,
has been repaired and again tells the
hours on the solemn bell.
N. S. Sachs has issued large
colored posters of his annual clear
ance sale. They were printed at
the Bulletin job ofllcc.
A letter from Pastor Cruzan
says that he and family are at
Olinda. He also speaks of a glorious
time they had at Makawao.
Tiutni: men, sick with a fever,
came from Pcpcekco plantation yes
terday on the schooner Ilaleakala
and weic taken to the hospital.
A TvrooKAi'iucAi. error in an ad
vertisement yesterday made Messrs.
E. Hoffsclilaeger & Co. olfer
"German" inistcad of "genuine"
Manila cigars for sale.
A very enjoyable time was had at
the Yoscmito skating rink last even
ing. The attendance was good and
after skating to splendid music danc
ing began and was kept up with
spirit until ten o'clock.
Mk. Arthur Brown, of Nowcastle-on-Tync,
England, whoso excellent
lecture in the Y. M. C. A. hall was
noticed in the Bulletin of the 22nd,
has been presented to Ilia Majesty
, King Kalakaua, by II. B. M.'s Com
missioner, Major Wodohousc.
The steamer City of Sydney will
be due on Sunday the 30th, arriving
probably in the afternoon or evening,
as she has done on her two last trips
from Australia. The Post-Olllce
will forward by her all correspon
dence deposited before the hour of
closing her mail.
The steamer Lehua brings news
of nn accident that happened to Mr.
Walbridge, of Wailuku, Mnui, last
Saturday. Ho was taking his horse
across a ditcli when ho fell and
broke both bones of one leg. He
received proper medical assistance
as soon as possible and was doing
well when the steamer left.
There will bo an opportunity next
Monday to send directly to the 'Leper
Settlement at Molokni. Any con
tributions of old clothing, soft rags,
loose slippers and articles of any
kind for the comfort of the lepers,
may be left before 2 p. m. Monday,
at the sales room of the Hawaiian
Board opposite the Post Ofllcc.
The carriage of Mr. John Enos
was run into, this afternoon, at the
corner of Kaahumanu and Merchant
streets by the sprinklc-wngon. Mr.
Enos's horse started on the run and
was caught with great difllculty by
Mr. Rose, of Kancohc. The carriage
and harness were considerably dam
aged, but happily no person was in
jured. Tue small red fish Alalauwa have
again appeared in the harbor. Swarms
were seen around the lighthouse for
the last few evenings, and the na
tives are preparing to catch them in
quantities. The appearance of the
Alalauwa, according to Hawaiian
tradition, signifies that some chief
or great person will soon die.
Fryer's Circus gives a farewell
performance in Honolulu to-night.
Doubtless the whole troupe will
exert themselves to the utmost to
please their patrons. A line even
ing's amusement will be the reward
of all who attend. Never has there
been a higher-trained lot of animals
exhibited here than the horses, dogs
and goats of this show.
The Saturday Press ceases pub
lication with to-day's issue. It lias
been published five years. A daily
morning paper will succeed it,
beginning on Tuesday next. Mr.
L. T. Valentino and Mr. Arthur
Johnstone will conduct the new
enterprise. Mr. T. G. Thrum,
manager, and Mr. R. S. Smith,
editor, of the departed weekly, take
leave of patrons and readers in the
final issue of the Press.
A Chinaman lassoing goats near
Waianac was pulled over a gulch
by one that he caught. He fell
forty feet and in his descent re
ceived a stick in his stomach. Dr.
Craddock attended to his injuries,
but after the doctor's departure the
friends of the patient foolishly re
moved him to Waianae. The con
sequence was the man died within
half an hour after reaching that
place. An inquest was held by
We have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut pole cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 107 3t
Frank 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.
Bankrupt sale at Hawaiian Bazar.
Fryer's circus, farewell perform
ance. Assignees' notice to creditors Gee
Lung Wai Co.
Notice of mail by Alameda.
Cottage to let by J. M. Monsarrat.
Molokai is looking more green
than ever. There was abundance of
rain last week, but none this week.
The cattle arc fat and in good order.
Pheasants are said to be as thick as
flies. Everything is lovely at Meyer's
ranch. Monsarrat has surveyed the
whole of the western half of tho
island. The steamer J. I. Dowsctt
arrived there late last evening, and
the tide being high she had to wait
until this morning to take on board
the cattle and sheep, She arrived
here this afternoon.
The Foreign Ofllcc has been ap
plied to by persons interested in the
silk trade in America, for informa
tion regarding the prospects of silk
culture here. Mr. Webb, Secretary
to the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
is collecting all available informa
tion to forward by next mail. The
editor of this paper has furnished
him with details of experimental
operations in silk-growing and mul
berry tree culture conducted here.
These details indicate favorable
prospects for tho industry here
whenever it is taken up in earnest.
Mr. Maltcrrc, who raised fivo hun
dred cocoons, has at present some
healthy young white mulberry trees
in boxes at the British Club, which
lie raised from seed obtained from
OPIUM ON MAUI.
News was received this morning
by the steamer Lehua of two im
portant opium seizures on Maui.
Special Revenue Ofllcor Mr. W. J.
Sheldon, whom the Collector-General
appointed a short time ago for Ka
hului, succeeded in capturing at
Maalaca Bay, last Tuesday, one Ah
Ping, n passenger by tho steamer
W. G. Hall, with ten tins of opium.
On Wednesday ho discovered at
Kahului eighteen tins of opium in a
case marked Ah Sing, landed from
the steamer Lehua. The man bear
ing that name was arrested, and he
and Ah Ping were each fined $250
and sentenced to two months' im
prisonment, before the Wailuku Dis
THE CIRCUS ON MAUI.
Fryer's Circus gave three per
formances at Wailuku, Maui. On
the last day the train ran from
Spreckelsville. The weather was
line, but times bad and money
scarce. Two fair houses were had,
and the total receipts amounted to
$800. The trip was not a very
great success. Mr. Wiseman was
very seasick. He thought the de
mons possessed his internal regions.
Ho was recompensed for his suffer
ings, however, on his arrival at Wai
luku. There he met hosts of friends,
who decorated him with llowcrs and
made great of him. They asked
him all about Honolulu and the
welfare of many people here. Mr.
Wiseman found business very quiet
at Wailuku, but was pleased to find
the Daily Bplletin in every store.
Mr. Shillito, the musical genius, was
lost. He did not know what to do
with himself. Mr. iseman reports
the plantations looking fine, par
ticularly Wailuku and Spreckelsville
plantations. The planters arc re
joicing over the prospects of this
crop being the largest ever taken
off the Island of Maui.
Over Forty Javanese Laborers
Taken from Paia Plantation by
The Lehua brought to Honolulu
from Maui forty-four Japanese, in
cluding three women and a child,
and they were taken to the Immi
gration Depot at Kakaako. They
were from the Paia Plantation, Ma
kawao District, of which Mr. E. M.
Walsh is manager and Messrs.
Castle & Cooke, Honolulu, are the
The Bulletin representative
sought the Hon. C. T. Gulick, Min
ister of the Interior and President
of the Bonn? of Immigration, and
overtook him on the street. Mr.
Gulick said the Government had
decided to bring these Japanese to
Honolulu, until an investigation
could be had of their grievances,
and, if possible, a settlement made
of misunderstandings that seemed to
exist between the laborers and their
employers. It seems a great many
of them had been complaining of not
feeling well ever since going to the
plantation. Three commissions had
been sent to the spot by the Gov
ernment, on each of which the
Japanese consulate was represented,
and also the planting interest of the
kingdom. Each of these commis
sions reported that the Japanese
laborers were disheartened and in a
As matters were showing no signs
of improvement, the Government at
length decided that the best course
to pursue was to take the Japanese!
off the plantation, and bring them
to Honolulu. Here the ailing ones
could be doctored and perhaps all
benefited by a rest, while their
troubles were being investigated
and perhaps arrangements made for
making their position on the planta
tion more agrecablo.
A few of the Japanese, who were
really ill, had been sent to the Wai
Mr. Gulick said that very favora
ble reports were received from some
other plantations respecting the
A KUSIOK OF TROUIILE ELSEWHERE.
Having heard a report that thcro
had been trouble with Japanese on
Spreckelsville, our reporter called
on Mr. W. G. Irwin, and asked him
if there was any truth in it. He
replied that there had been no
trouble thcro, beyond a slight mis
understanding, probably arising
from misinterpretation. Mr. Nnka
mura had gone there, and it was
likely the matter would be satis
Saturday, Aug. 28th.
George Patterson was charged in
tho Police Court this morning with
furious and heedless driving. Ac
cording to the evidence he turned a
corner rather sharply near tho Hotel
yesterday, and another express
driver hud to get his carriage out of
tho way pretty smartly to avoid a
collision. Tho prosecution having
rested the accused was remanded
until Monday. Patterson has a very
favorable reputation as a driver, and
the pending charge against him must
surprise his acquaintances. The
only other business before the Court
was the withdrawal of a charge of
vagrancy against Richard Prabblc,
remanded from the 22nd.
C. Cathedral. High mass at
Vespers nt 1.30 r. st.
Y. M. C. A.-
-Bible class for
young men at 0.15
service at (i.30 r. st.
A. m. Praise
St.. Andrew's Cathedral. Rev.
George Wallace will preach in the
morning, and Bishop Willis in the
Bethel Union Church. Sunday
school, morning, at !). 15. Preaching
by thu Rev. E. C Oggel at 1 1 a. si.
and 7.30 !'. st.
Fokt Street Church. Sunday
school, morning, at !). 15. Preaching
by Rev. K. C. Hyde, D. D., morn
ing and evening.
DIOGENES IN CHICAGO.
"You arc looking tough, O Dio
genes," quoth Socrates. "Now, by
the dog, what have you been doing?"
"I have been searching for an
honest man in the Chicago City
Council," replied the grim philoso
"With what result?" inquired the
"Well, you see," said Diogenes,
sarcastically, "my pockets are
cleaned out and my lantern is gone !
I praise Zeus that they left me my
girdle!" "Chicago News.
FANNING'S ISLAND GUANO In
quantities to suit. Apply to the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
ST. LOUIS' COLLEGE
Boarfling mid Bar Sclool
UYx- Boys, jvl
The Course of Instruction embraces
all the branches of n good Christian
and Commercial Education. A special
class has been formed this year for ad
vanced scholars. Latin, deck, French
and German are optional.
For Dny Scholars, COc, 7oe, 1, SI.W
Thu Hoarding Department coisists of
two distinct classes of pupils.
Board and Tuition, 1st Class, per annum
Board and Tuition, 2d Class, per annum
Instrumental Music, per mouth.... 4
Vocal Music & Dinwing free of charge.
Laundry Expenses, per month $ 2
Medical attendance forms extra charge,
also, repairs of all kinds.
Books and Stationery at current rates.
Payments must be made quarterly (every
2 months), and in advance.
Every Boarder must be provided with
bed clothes, maltrasscs, two nightgowns,
several suits of clothing for Sundays
and week days, six shirts, six pocket
handkerchiefs, three pairs of stockings,
collars ana ties, tnrce pairs oi siiocs an
marked. Also, toilet aiticlcs, such as
hair brush, tooth, nail and shoe brushes,
combs, soap and blacking. For admis
sion as Boarders certificates of good
moral t haracter and of health are requir
ed. Boarders may spend the first Saturday
of every month with their parents or
A quarterly report of the health, con
duct and improvement of cvciy hoarder
will bo sent to his parents or guardians.
The Session commences this year on
Monday, Sept. 11th, 1885.
For further particulars apply to
FATHER SYLVESTER, S.S., C.C.
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL persons who want to communi
cate with tho Foitugucse, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will llnd it
the most prolltablo wuy to advertise in
thu Luso IlavsaUauo, the now organ of
the Portuuueso colony, which is pub
llshcd on Merchant street, Gazette Build
lug, (Post-Olllce Letter Box K,), and
only charges icasonahlo ratC3 for adver
tisements. Saratoga House.
Only Eestaurant in Town Owned and
Eun by a "White Man. Employ
ing no Chinese Waiters.
First class hoard by tho week, month or
transient. Special accommodation for
ladies and families.
CSTlkiuling parlors opon for guests
of the house. Tl'o coolest dining rooms
in tho city. NO FLIES.
1091m H. BAHBER.
IP WO & CO. beg to inform their
uiimeious frieuds that they have
purchased thu above House, and will
carry it on in llrst-class style.
Board per Week, $5.00.
Single Meals, 25 Cents.
Private Rooms, Board per Week, $0.00 ;
Single Meals, no Cents.
Good Meals and every delicacy
O T 50
W -f- CO
kg -J- Q
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
Or aiil OJ Hotel Htreet.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Bed Cabbages, Cauliflower, Celery, Eastern Oysters, Pears, Cala Fresh Salmon, do
Codllsh, do Bock 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, Gib. Tins; Dried Alden Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do Pears;
Cala Dried Figs, Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Family Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, 5 lb. Tins; Mackerel, 25 lb. Kits; Petit Pois, very small
and very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Salad Oil in pints and quart?,
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. 240, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (702
E. G. SCHUMAN,
In tfi'Ki-uliiHN milliner- unci priccH o Niiit. tlio time.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Cm
ALBERT O. SMITH,
Attorney at Law and Accnt to
take Acknowledgments. No. U Kaahu
manu street. 102 0m
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumbers, Gas Fitters
and Copper-smiths, No. 71 King street,
Honolulu. C2T House and Ship Job
Work promptly executed. 102
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 G. NEWCASTLE, 32 King St.
A NEAT and cosy room in a private
family, live minutes' walk from
Post-Olllce, call on
.T. E. WISEMAN.
103 lit General Business Agent.
f"rMlE four. ycir. old Ilamhletonian
JL stallion APTOS CHIEF, also the
line driving horse Toboy. Apply to
G. S. HOUGHTAILING,
at B ty Horse Saloon. Ill lm
A GOOD Magic Lantern or Oxyhydro
gen Light, with blidc3, suitable
for entertainments in a good sized hall.
Will buy or hire. Address "I. It. M.",
'TMIE undeisigned having purchased
X from tho assignees of tho bank,
nipt estato of Chang Hung all hook
accounts due said estate, heroby author
izes Cluing Hung to collect the same for
the undesigned. (OS lm) SING LOY.
,Mutual Telephone Co.
THE annual meeting of the Mutual
Telephonic Co. will ho held at tho
Company's Building, on Wednesday,
September 2d, at 10 o'clock a. m. A
general attendance of the stockholders
is requested. A. JAEGER,
09 til Secretary Mutual Telephone Co.
MRS. RODANET wishes to inform
Iter customers that all accounts
due her must bo paid on or before tho
29th instant. And all thoso remaining
unpaid after that date will bo placed in
tho hands of a collector, with interest
added at the rato of 12j percent, per
month, with power to recover thu
amounts hy law. 100 lw
Election of Oilieers, Hnln
wa Sugiu' Company.
AT the annual meeting of tho Stock,
holders of tho Ilaluwn Sugar Co.,
held August 17th, 1885, the following
officers were chosen for the current year:
Mr. John II. Paty President
" P.O. Jones Treasurer
" J. O, Carter Secretary
" G.J. Ross Auditor
Messrs. Thos. It. Foster and James A.
Hopper, Directors. J. O. CARTEH,
Secretary Ilaluwn Sugar Co.
Honolulu, August 17, 1885. 100 Ha
For Sale or to
FUHNISIIED or unfurnlshol. The
lcsldence of the late Judge AitMin
Nuuauu Avenue. Enquire of
100 lw Over Bishop & Co.'s Bank.
Tho premises nt No. 42 Mcr-
icnant street, near me cornor oi
tort street, centrally locntcu
in the business part of the city. Suita
ble for a LAW OFFICE, or any other
kind of business. Rent low- Enquire
of DR. STANGENWALD.
1HAVE seized for rent the Slabs,
Head and Foot Stones, etc., of T. J.
Nngle, carrying on business as .stone
cutler, on Queen Sticet, Honolulu, and
shall sell thu same nt public auction if
thu debt for rent is not liquidated within
15 days from this d'lle.
A. B. KERR.
Honolulu, Aug. 20, 1835. 103 2w
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct,
ly kept, also all kinds of copylug at
tended to. Ofllco Iwlth Hustacc & Ro.
uertson. b'.t tf
Ice Cream Parlors !
No. Hf Hotel Wtroct.
Delicious llavored Ico Cream made
from pure Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices,
Sherbets, Ice Cream Drinks and many
other refreshments can be found always
at this really ilrst-class resort. Choice
Confectionery and Cakes in great
Families, Parties, Balls and "Weddings
For the conveninnro of the public wo
pack orders for Ico Crcnm in Patent
Refrigerator Cans, which hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, warranted to keep Its delight
fill ilavor and perfect form for mauy
Hint; Up '.Telephone 1 Bti,
8-Tho Ellto lee Cream Pnrlori ere
open daily until 11 P.M. 33 ly