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THE DAIUV BULLETIN SUMMARY: HONOLULU, IL I,, MONDAY, AUGUST 31, X8S8.
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MONDAY, AUG. !Jl, 188
Schr Emma fipm Puna
Stmr Kinnu from Windward Ports
Stmr W G- Hall from "Windward Poits
Stmr iwalani from Kanai
Stmr 0 H HIMiop from Itmiiukiiti
Sclir Mmmoknwni from Koolnii
Sclir Lhuknl from Walnlua
Sclir Cateilnn from Wnimntinlu
a S City of Sydney from Australia
Srlir Leaht from Ilatinlei
S S City of Sydney for San Frnneiseo
Stmr Lchun for Kahulul
Stmr Jas 1 DowecU for Molnknl
Stmr Mokolli for Molokal
Sclir Lttkn for Koliolalclc
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Jk Alice Mulr for Knrokn, Cal
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Iik-T-K Foster for l'oi t Townsend
5 S Alameda for San Francisco
Stmr Kinau for Windward Poits
Stmr Kllaucn Hon for Windward PoiH
Stmr"W G "Wall for Windward Poits
Stmr 0 It Bishop for Hamakua
Stmr Iwulanl for Kauai
Sclir Mauuokawal for Koolau
Schr Mima for Illlo
Schr Ehukai for Wainlua
VESSELS IN PORT.
ltktno Discovery, Meyers
Bk T U Foster, Pugg
Bk Fresno, Lewis
Bk C O Whltmbre, Tlmnip-nn
Bktne Ella, Howe
S S Alameda, Morse
Bgtne Clans Spreekels, Drew
From "Windward Forts, per Kinau.
August 30 J X Wright and wife, J F
Ecfcardt, wife and 3 children, ,T Sea
bury, A F Cooke, F Wllhelm, E G
Hitchcock, XI X Saunders, "W Chaplin
and wife, Miss J Hale, Mis Kancaloha
kai and child, Wong Kwal, Lo Sam
Slug, Hon C F Hart, Mrs G Lake, Miss
Maifcai, Miss Malia Kapukahl, Sim LI,
J B Alexander, F A Hcokwith, Miss M
Browu, Miss II Brown, Mrs C U Wilson
and son, Miss Hattic Forbes, Mrs C M
Forbes, Walter Dole. Herbert Dole, J F
Mackenzie. Mrs E Everett, .T U Kawai
nui and II 15 Austin.
From Wahiawa. Waimea, Koolau and
Xawiliwlli, Kauai, per lw:daui, August
HO A Moore, Hon W F Allen, E II
Allen, His Excellency .T M Kapcna. Mrs
Kapeua, Miss Leilnilu Kapena and 3
servants, Capt J C Avres and wife. Miss
McAllister, It S Rodman, Miss M Mc
Allister. Mrs Christian and -1 children,
S W Mahaoi, Capt G Parmenter, Mls
Wcebcr, Mrs II Lose. K Buckbolu and
From Hamakua, per C It Bishop, Au
gust .10 DrR II Curtis, Thos S Kay, P
Kauinakaolc and son, Hon J K Ilamtua
and wife, Miss Emma I lamina and 22
From Windwaul Poits, per AY G Hall,
August 30 Jno A Buck, E A Bleleu
berg, J Costa. Mrs K Kclley, Ah Lcong
and G!l deck.
The Mmr Kinau brought 3,175 bags
sugar. 23 bales wool, 03 hides, 3 bdls
goat skins, 1 horse, 130 pkgs sundries.
3 rollers of sugar mill. 1 shaft and 1
The stmr XV G Hall brought 2,S20
bags sugar, 130 bags aw a, 133 hides, 22
bags coffee, 341 goat skins, 2 horses and
The stmr C It Bishop brought 1,148
The stmr Kilauea Hon brought 1,80.")
The stmr Likelike sails on Thursday
afternoon for Kahului on her trial trip.
She will return Satmday morning. She
Went on the Maiiue Railway this morn
ing. The S S City of Sydney arrived early
this morning from the Colonies. She
ailed again at 7.30 o'clock, taking 21
Chinese passengers from this port for
FOREIGN ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
Aug. 18 Schr Jennie Walker from
Aug. 10 Bark C O Whltmore from
Port Townsend, Washington Tcr.
Aug. 22 S S Alameda from San
Aug. 23 Bktnc Ella from San Fran
Aug. 27 Bgtne Clans Spreekels from
Aug. 22-Bktne W
II Dimond for San
Aug. 24 Schr Jennie Walker
South Sea Islands.
Aug. 31 Bark Alice Muir for
Cam. and see our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, ehromos, etc.,
etc. King Bros.' Art
Fiiaxk 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.
Paktiks 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, mnnugcr C. P. & P. Co.
A grand benefit to Mr. Wiseman
by Fryer's Circus to-night.
II. May & Co., potatoes.
F. Hustace, meeting of Engine
Co. No. 2.
Notice, business card of 1). L.
Rooms to let.
Win, H. Muddy, labor-saving
LOOAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tim City of Sydney brought no
passengers for Honolulu,
Hon. It. Jf. "Whitney nntl Mr. H.
W. Laino have our thanks for late
No less than Ave Chinamen were
arrested from Saturday evening till
this morning, caught in the net of
. ' -
Rev. Dr. Hyde goes to Molokal
this afternoon to conduct services
in connection with the dedication of
two churches in the leper settle
ment. Tin: Fire Department will proba
bly have nn interesting announce
ment to innko to-morrow, if no dread
fire alarm intervenes to disturb their
Tun baseball match on Saturday
between the Occanics and Married
Men concluded with n score of 15
to 14. in favor of the Oceanic?. Mr.
Davidson was umpire.
Be in time with your papers and
letters to-morrow, or they'll have to
wait two weeks to your sorrow. It
is the envelope you should lick, if
you want the stamp to stick.
Tiik steamer Iwalani brings news
of heavy rain on Kauai last week.
Purser Webster, of the Iwalani,
reports the railroad track between
Waimea and Kckaha being two feet
Mil. Henry Davis has bought out
the business of the California Pro
duce and Provision Co. The strict
attention to business and knowledge
of the trade, that characterized his
management for the Company, arc
guarantees that the concern will
prosper in his own name.
Tun Hon. Godfrey Rhodes having
been ordered by his physician to
take a complete change of air, Mr.
and Mrs. Rhodes will leave for the
Coast to-morrow. Their early re
turn, with the honorable gentleman's
health fully restored, will be
earnestly desired by the whole com
munity. A faiii house was accorded the
circus on Saturday night. To-night
one more performance will be given,
by way of a benefit to Mr. Joseph
E. Wiseman. The occasion calls
for a full house, as Mr. W.'s exer
tions in procuring and managing
entertainments, of both local and
foreign origin, deserve recognition
from the Honolulu public.
Riu'OiiTim Anything new?
ConruLEXT Meiiciiant No. You
sec how busy we are. We are living
on our fat.
R. You should be thankful you
have fat left to live on, unlike some
poor beggars. '(Exit as the mer
chant reaches for a paper weight to
requite the disinterested consolation
for dull times.)
At Fort Street Church last even
ing, the exercises began with a cava-
tina by Raff, finely played by the
organist, Mr. Myron Jones, accom
panied by Mr. Yarndlcy on the
violin. The remainder of the musical
service included several magnificent
anthems. Rev. C. M. Hyde, D.D.,
occupied the pulpit, as he had done
in the morning.
A him: of San Francisco papers
sent us by Mr. C. R. Buckland, of
the Merchant, by the City of Syd
1103' on her last down trip, was re
ceived at this olllce this morning,
having evidently been carried to
Australia and back. Enquiries for
the parcel, or any other papers ob
tainable, were made on board the
steamer while here, but met with
Ahout a thousand dollars arc yet
necessary on the subscription list to
Signor Farini's opera company. The
Signor goes away to-morrow, but he
will be advised, by next mail, of the
progress that will have been made
in the meantime. It is lo be hoped
none of our lovers of music and men
of means, so far not down on the
list, will omit to give timely assist
ance to the laudable project. Let
the community live up to its hand
some Music Hall.
A not very large Portuguese
woman was this forenoon trundling
a very stout Portuguese man, evi
dently her husband, about the prin
cipal streets, in a clumsy wooden
wheeled invalid chair. The vehicle
wns a load in itself, hut with its
occupant made a terrible burden for
a delicate woman to propel in the
heat. She carried a subscription
paper for relief, which intimated in
the bending that the man was a
Jfn. Kcuyon, senior, of Victoria,
Australia, returned to Honolulu on
Saturday last, after an obsenco of
nearly a month. Ho went out over
the pall, and came back by way of
Ewa, making the circuit of the
northern portion of tho island.
Mr. Kcuyon made sketches of the
points that pleased and impressed
him most, thus securing the best
kind of souvenirs of tho trip to take
home with him. He was delighted
with everything ho saw.
"We have been shown a certificate
signed by Acting Chief Engineer
Mr. Julius Ascli and Mr. John C.
White, Chief Engineer' of the Fire
Department, setting fortli that they
have examined and tested Hacklcy's
Patent Snap Hose Coupling, at
pressures varying from 20 to 175
pounds per square inch, and found
no flaw in it, and that, being used
at two Hits recently, it worked very
well. Mr. Asch savs further that
this coupling was awarded the gold
medal at the St.
Mi:. R. M. Daigle, machinist, re
ported the other day ns suffering
from serious blood-poisoning in tho
face, was this morning removed
from the couch he has occupied in
his shop, and taken to the Queen's
Hospital. IIo showed little or no
signs of improvement. His removal
was insisted upon by somo of his
friends, who considered that he
stood a poor chance of recovery in
such a dusty and noisy place. His
shop is closed up, and the construc
tion of the improved ramie machine
is, of course, suspended.
0AHU KN1CHTS' ANNIVERSARY.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1 , Knights of
Pythias, celebrated their fourteenth
anniversary, last Saturday evening,
by a social gathering at their Hall,
Fort street. Messrs. G. Williams,
C. Lucas and O. Branch had charge
of the arrangements of the occasion,
and did their duty thoroughly. The
company consisted of the members
of the Lodge, their wives and other
relatives, and a limited number of
friends. The time passed pleasantly
and quickly in dancing and agree
able chat. Suitable music was fur
nished by a detachment of the
Royal Hawaiian Band. Light re
freshments were served during the
Mr. George Lucas and his son,
Mr. Thomas Lucas, were, during an
intermission in the festivities, each
presented with a Past Chancellor's
jewel, suitably engraved. Deputy
Supreme Chancellor David Dayton
made the presentation, accompanied
by appropriate remarks. Mr. Day
ton had to use some masterly
strategy to obtain tho simultaneous
presence of the worthy sire and son
at the front, without spoiling the
surprise the presentation was plan
ned to be. It proved a double sur
prise to the junior recipient, for just
as he was going to open his mouth
to reply to some good-humored
banter from the 1). S. C., expressing
the hope that he would not be
jealous at the distinction accorded
his father, ho was checked bj' the
announcement from Mr. Williams
that there was a jewel for him too.
Mr. George Lucas is one of the
oldest members of Oahu Lodge, his
name having been on the first charter
list. Mr. Titos R. joined at the
age of 20, the legal age in this
country, and both father and son
have been pillars of the institution,
always good supporting members.
THE PAIA PLANTATION TROUBLES.
It appears the Japanese at Paia
and llamakuapoko plantations on
Maui complained of hard usage at
the hands of managers and over
seers. The several commissions,
mentioned in Saturday's issue, re
ported them depressed and discour
aged by reason of their alleged
grievances. Tho case that led to
the first commission being sent was
that of three men abstaining from
work on the ground of sickness.
Dr. Charles G. Bull certified that
they were not sick and were capable
for their duties. They were then
taken before the magistrate and on
the doctor's evidence fined five
dollars each. Still refusing to work
they were committed to Wailuku
jail, being compelled to walk about
thirteen miles to get there in the hot
sun, and, it is alleged, subjected to
kicks and blows by their escort of
police. On their arrival at Wailuku
they were in a high fever, and the
Government physician there ordered
them into the hospital. One of them
died in hospital and the two survi
vors were sent to Honolulu, where
two of them are still in the Queen's
Other complaints were of being
made to do work to which they were
unaccustomed without duo prelimi
nary instruction, inellleient medical
attendance, crowded accommoda
tion, and bad water. The Japanese
were not satisfied with the way in
which promises of improvement
were acted upon on those plantations.
Hence the succeeding complaints
and investigating commissions, and,
ultimately, urcent petitions to bo
taken off the plantations to Hono
Of fifty men, seven women and
live children a total of 02 thero
were returned to tho Immigration
Depot on Saturday: thirty-six men,
five women and 'three children a
total of 41. This leaves eighteen
unaccounted for, which number is
made up as follows: died at Paia,
4 men; died in hospital at Hono
lulu, 1 man ; at present in hospital
at Honolulu, 7 men; in hospital at
Wailuku, 1 man, 2 women, 2 chil
dren j returned to Japan, 1 man.
. Seventeen deaths 14 adults and
fJ children are reported at the
Japaneso Consulate. Nino of tho
adults died belonged to the Paia
and llamakuapoko plantations.
TUE OTUUn SIDE.
The removal of the Japanese
laborers from tho Paia plantation
was done by the Government after
correspondence with Mr. A. P.
Baldwin, proprietor. The latter
denied allegations of physical ill
usage on tho llamakuapoko planta
tion, and mentioned certain conces
sions and privileges granted b the
manager of Paia plantation, to make
the Japanese more contented and
encourage them to work.
A planter from the vicinity of the
Paia plantation, whom our reporter
met this morning, said that both Mr.
Baldwin and Mr. Walsh had admit
ted that tho early treatment of the
Japanese committed to them might
have been loo strict, but that tho
course had been entirely changed
after the first commission's visit.
The Japanese, however, scented lo
have determined not to be concili
ated and not to work there, notwith
standing the changed mode of deal
ing with them. This planter added
that all the Japanese under his con
trol were giving perfect satisfaction,
and more of them were wanted.
This by the way.
Mr. Athcrton, of Messrs. Castle
& Cooke, agents for the Paia planta
tion, whom our reporter failed to
find on Saturday, was called upon
this forenoon. He said he had not
yet had time to read the Govern
ment's side of the story, and would
like to consider it, along with fullest
statements possible from the scene
of the troubles, before expressing
his opinions. He said, however,
that the forcible removal of these
laborers, on the strength of their
representations, was calculated to
have a bad effect upon their coun
trymen on other plantations, by
making them feel themselves masters
of the situation.
Mr. Athcrton read statements
made in letters from the manager,
showing that there had been no
trouble with laborers of other nation
alities. On the contrary, some
Norwegians had now been working
there a year after their contracts
had expired. One of these had just
come back to seek employment from
him, after having travelled all over
the Islands. Mr. Walsh drew atten
tion to the fact, shown in schedule,
that the Japanese foremost in com
plaining of hard treatment were
those who had worked the shortest
hours of labor.
It was pointed out by Mr. Atherton
that one of the gravest complaints of
all that of sending the delinquent
laborers to jail referred to treat
ment of Japanese who had passed
out of the hands of their employers.
It was on the Government physici
an's evidence they were convicted.
An established court of the kingdom
sentenced them. Policemen, the ser
vants of the Government, had driven
and kicked them to jail, thirteen
miles in the hot sun.
Katie pleaded guilty to larceny of
JiO cents' worth of meat from G. J.
Waller, and was sentenced to fotty
days' imprisonment at hard labor.
Geo. Wilson entered a plea of not
guilty to the charge of violating ex
press rule No. !l. It was fully
proved that on the wharf yesterday
his express was blocking the way,
and that when ordered to move on
by Mr. Macy he became very
abusive, continuing so after Officers
Fehlbehr and Marcos had told him
to keep quiet. He was lined lf
with SI. 40 costs.
llin Chung and Ah Chan, opium
in possession. Mr. Jona. Austin
appeared for defendants, who were
remanded until 2nd proximo.
Ah Sam, same charge, remanded
until moved on.
Anin and Ah Chow, same charge,
pleaded not guilty. Olllcer Fehl
behr testified to having found both
defendants in a house above the
Nuuanu Cemetery. Anin was on
the lleor with opium pipe (produced)
in his hand. Ah Chow tried to es
cape. The room could only be
entered by a window from a roof.
It was not a sleeping room. Wit
ness took away a tin full of opium,
and smoking utensils, the sole con
tents of the room. There were two
other men there, but thoy got away.
Wing Iloon swore that another
man and he were at tho place indi
cated by the officer about 15 minutes
before the latter came. All Uiow
offered to sell him the tin of opium
for S14.7f, saying he had sixty tins
and tins was a sample.
Hichard Hums said ho was out
side the house, and caught Ah Chow
as he jumped from tho roof to tho
Defendants were both found
guilty. Anin was fined 850 and
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for one month. Ah Chow got
a line of S100 and two months' hard
Knaea, Moko and A. Ryan each
forfeited bail of 80 for drunkenness.
Joe Moran was convicted of
assault and battery on a native
woman, and fined 85 and costs. ,
M. Hartman pleaded guilty with
justification to assault and battery
on Ah Lum. IIo was reprimanded
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
(17 una Ol) Hotel HtruuLl.
NEW GOODS JTJST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Bed Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery, Eastern Oysters, Pears, Cala Fresh Salmon, do
Codfish, do Hock Cod, do Smells, do l'lunis, 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 Aldrn Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do Pears;
Cala Dried Figs, Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Family Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, 5 lb. Tins; Mackerel, So lb. Kits; Petit Pois, very small
and very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Salad Oil in pint-, and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cala Salad Oil, Apples, 2 lb. Tins Butter, Kegs Butter,
Star Hani, Lean Bacon and u full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Goods delivered fiec of charge to all pnrts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 210, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (702
E. C. SCHUMAN,
Otii'viag'e and "Wag-on 3MEl:ei..
In iirst-eltiKK mminci iiimI prices to suU; the timew.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & lluilder. Cm
Lani pleaded guilty to assault and
battery on his wife and was fined S!J
with S3 costs.
Frank Davis was lined 85 and
costs for assault and battery on Ah
F. Chanccy, assault and battery
on Ah Sin, fined $2 and costs.
Geo. Patterson was fined S5 and
costs for heedless driving.
CIVIL COURT. !
Monday, Aug. 31st.
Kalawaia and Kuou, deserting
contract service with I. I. S. N.
Co., were remanded until to-morrow. I
Cohen & Co. vs. J. Michicls &
15ro., assumpsit for 8153.G1. W. I
It. Castle for plaintiff. Judgment
for plaintiff. '
Fricdlandcr & Koch vs. J. Michicls '
& Pro., assumpsit for 881.50.
Judgment for defendant by consent !
of plaintiff. Appeal noted to Inter'
AN ENCLISH CENERAL IN THE GERMAN
Mr. Mellcr, of the linn of Meller
& Ilalbe, confectioners, lias kindlj'
furnished tho Hui.i.utin with the
following translation, from the Kocl
nischo Zeiluur, of an obituary notice
of an Kiiglish-born soldier who dis
tinguished himself in the German
' "On the 14th of July, died in
IJadeu-Iladeu, in the tilth year of
his age, the distinguished cavalry
leader, Lieutonant-General Von
Wright. A native, of England, hu
had already entered the Prussian
army in 18!!!), He first was in the
7th Uhlan regiment, with which he
took pari in the campaign in the
1'falz and Iladen, 1811). Afterward
he was adjutant of the general staff
of Von Moltko in the Austro-I'rus-sian
war, 1800, and was commander
of the fifth Hhcnish Dragoons, and,
later, gcncral-quurterninbter of the
Second army, in tho Franco-German
war, 1870-71. Then he became
chief of tho general staff of General
Goeben, in 184 commander of tho
,'lOth Cavalry brigade, and in 1880
commander of the Alsncian cavalry
division, till sickness compelled him
in February of tho year last past to
quit tho army. lie was a highly es
teemed, capable officer, tho memory
of whom the Prussian army, and
especially tho cavalry, will always
lovo and esteem."
Only Eestaurant in Town Owned and
Run by a "White Man. Employ
ing no Chinese Waiters.
Fii-ft class bond by the week, month or
traiisii-ni. Special accommodation for
Indies and families.
(3f Itunditig parlors open for guests
of the house. The coolest dining rooms
in the city. NO FLIES.
1091m R BARBEE.
IHAVI5 seized for rent the Slnbi,
lleid and Fool Stones, etc., cf T. J.
Nagle, carrying on business ns stone
cutter, on Queen Street, Honolulu, and
shall sell the same at public auction ir
the debt for rent is not liquidated within
lSday.s from this date.
A. U. KEIlIt.
Honolulu. Alii:. 20. iSir,. 10:! 2w
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Hooks and Accounts neatly and cornet.
ly kept, alto all kinds ol copying in
tended lo. Office with IluUtiee fc Ho.
bcrtson. 8!) tf
Ice Cream Parlors !
7so. H5 Jlotfil HlrtMit.
Delicious flavored Ice Cream made
from puio Dniry Cream, Fruit Ices,
Sherbets, Icu Cream Drlnki and man
other refreshments can he found always
at this really llrst-clnts retort. Choice
Confectionery ami Cakes in great
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For the convenience of the public wo
pack orders for Ice Cream in Patent
Refrigerator Cans, wldch hold from 1 to
10 Quarts, warranted to keep lis delight,
ful flavor and perfect form for many
ltiny; Up Telephone 1 8,
B-The Elite Ico Crcum
open daily until 11 p.m.