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TUESDAY, SEPT. 1, Tiift!
Bktno Mary Wtnklcinaii fiom San Fran
Bk T R Foster for I'oit Townseud
S S Alameda for Sau FiaucUco
Stmr Kluau for Windward Torts
Stmr Kllauca Hon for Windward Polls
Sttnr W G Wall for Windward Port
Stmr O R Bishop for llaitinkun
Stmr Iwnlanl for Kattal
Schr Jlanuokawal for Koolau
Schr Matia for llllo
Schr Ehukal for Walalna
Bk C O Whltmoio for Poit Townseud
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktuo Discovery for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno Mary Wlnkluman, Backus
Bktno Dlscovcrv. Mevcr
BkTR Foster, Hugg'
Bk Fresno, Lewis
Bktno Ella, Howe
S S Alameda. Jlorso
Bgtnc Clans Sprcckcls, Drew
Pusscngeis for San Francisco per S S
Alameda, Sept 1st Cabin : Slgnor A
Failnl, Hon Godficy lthodcs and wife,
A J Baldwin and family, II A Voss, Sirs
Geo llowaid, J Simmons, Hon A S
Haitwell, vtifc, 7 children and 2 ser
vants; Mm M Oilman, Miss Mabel
. Hartwell, W W Chaplin aud wife, It W
Curtis, A Herbcit, T It Foster, Rev F A
Brckwitli, Leo Kan, Mrs Capt Newell.
.T FMcKcnzie, S Both, MlsL Guctncr,
MtsTFLaubing and 2 clilldicn and II
A Boss. Steerage M Leo Monte, W
Costa, .T Itosulia, Mis It Costa and
daughter, J Costa, Mis J F Wilon, Mrs
Piliu and 2 ulilldicn, A II Wymaik,
Leo Quong, F Kanlnsky, F Lulsn icke.
II Hodgson, Sun Lee, Geo Hobbs, J
Itodi iqno and wife, LGhidell.CE Han
son, LKualaw a, V Bcigen, Alt'i'ni,
L A Scott, J Donovan, G II Talbot.
The shipments of sugar by the Ala
meda were: 12,0G9 bags, by Win G
Irwin & Co: 4,201, THDaics&Co:
3,078, F A Si'liaefer & Co ; 035, Hyman
Bios; 520, II A Widcmann; 270, M S
Gilnbaum'& Co. Total, 20.842 bags,
weighing 2,205,470 lbs ; domestic value,
8110,377.30. Itlce shipments wcic 2,071
bags by various shlppeis, value 815,
835,00. Itemainder of cargo consisted
of 11 boxes betel leaves, 100 bales sugar
"cane, 142 bdls green hides, 125 dry
hides, 10 bdls sheep skins, 35 do. goat
skins, 9 cvt fruit, 5 do. personal effects,
7 do. hardware, 2,044 bunches bananas,
0 pekgs expiess matter, 1 bag coin, gold
92.200,-silvor $083 $2,88J. Total do
mestic value, 8130,528.30.
The bktne Mary Wluklcman, Captain
Backus, arrived to-day, 14 days from
San Francisco, consigned to II Hack
feld & Co, with general merchandise.
The Discovery will sail for San Fran
cisco to-moi row with a cai go of sugar.
The bk C O Whltmoio sailed for Port
Townscnd In ballast this morning.
On August 30th, at 43 Emma street,
the wife of Lieutenant G. E. Gresley
Jackson, Royal Navy, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TnE King and Queen go to Kona
by the "W. G. Hall this afternoon.
Will the native salesman who
advertised for a situation please call
at this office?
Mahsiial Soper goes to Kau this
afternoon, by the steamer W. G.
Hall, to attend court.
Dr. Walters, Government phy
sician at Lihue, Kauai, is reported
greatly improved in health.
The Post Office despatched by
the Pacific Mail and Oceanic steam
ers, yesterday and to-day, G,840
letters and 1,93C papers.
Four hundred candidates were
confirmed by the Bishop of Oiba, at
the Roman Catholic church, Hnna,
Maui, Sunday before last.
The enquiries regarding silk cul
ture on these' Islands, received at
the Foreign Office, came' from the
Lyons, Franco, Chamber of Com
merce. The Daily Honolulu Press has
appeared, and makes a fair show.
Mon8. Tavernier has made n design
for a graven image to adorn its
The Hon. A. J. Cartwright, Presi
dent of the American Relief Fund,
gratefully acknowledges a donation
to the Fund of SfiO fiom the Hon.
Alfred S. Hartwell.
Mr. Dillingham received the grati
fying news this morning that water
has appeared one foot from the sur
face of the (list well bored on the
Kahuku Ranch, which is 110 feet
I. i '
Kalayvaia and Puou were com
manded by Judge Bickcrton this
morning to return to service of the
Inter-Island S. N. Co., and pay $3
costs each. The cases of six other
natives, for deserting the same ser
vice, were settled out of court.
Mu. Wiseman's benefit at the cir
cus last night was fulrly patronized,
and the performance was a good
one. A benefit will bo given the
Fire Department on Friday night.
If nil tho friends of the "firo lad
dies" turn out, there will bo a great
crush at the canvas portals.
Ekoine Company No. 2 had a
successful fire drill on Merchant
street last' ovenlng. Scventy-fivo
pounds of steam produced 150
pounds pressure. The controlling
nozzle worked like a chnrin. This
device enables tho branch man to
shut off tho steam at a moment's
notice without bursting tho hose.
Tun Oahu College aud Punahou
Preparatory School will resume
operations on the 14th Inst. The Pro
fessor of the scientific department,
Mr. L. L. Van Slyko, is on hand for
the occasion. Tho library of tho
College has been augmented by
Rome GOO volumes. Mr. George L.
Bates takes Mr. Sanford's place on
the teaching staff.
A remark in yesterday's news
items, mentioning a coming an
nouncement of the Fire Department
"if" no alarm of firo intervened,
proved to havo been partially pro
phetic. There was an alarm at ten
o'clock last night, for the top of the
circus tent catching firo from a
gasoline lamp. The incipient blaze
was put out before the prompt ar
rival of tho firemen.
It seems there were five passen
gers by the City of Sydney for
Honolulu, namely: Professor Julius
Herz, L. Loeniss, J. Fnrrcll, L.
Ghidell and J. Evans. Our ship
ping reporter, who is now laid up,
was so ill yesterday that ho could
scarcely walk a block. Yet he was
able to go to the proper quarter for
information, and returned with the
repoit that no passengers landed
Call and sec our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, chromos, etc.,
etc. King Bros.' Art Store, Hotel
Street. 112 3t
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.
Capt. Bligh, through tho manage
ment, magnanimously tendered His
Majesty a benefit by Fryer's Circus
for any Hawaiian institution he
might name. The king, in reply,
named the Kaumakapili Church. A
benefit will accordingly be given
that institution on Thursday even
ing next, of which further parti
culars will be given. " This is an
other instance of the large place
that church has in His Majesty's
regard. The occasion will doubtless
draw a great audience.
DEPATURE OF THE ALAMEDA.
Notwithstanding the absence of
music, there was a largo assemblage
of people on the wharf when the S.
S. Alameda sailed for San Francisco
promptly at twelve o'clock to-day.
There were about 70 passengers on
board, and the vessel had an average
cargo. Among the passengers,
whose friends loaded them heavily
with leis, were Mr. Arthur Brown,
the English artist-lecturer; Signor
Farini, the operatic artist; Mr. T.
R. Foster, Mr. A. S. Hartwell, Mr.
J. Simmons, and many ladies.
For the month of August, 1885 :
The total number of deaths reported
for tho month of August was 40, dis
tributed as follows:
Under 1 year.... 8
From 1 to 5 2
From C to 10.... 0
From 10 to 20... 1
From 20 to SO... 7
From 30 to 40.
From 40 to CO.
From 50 to CO.
From 60 to 70.
S. Isles 1
Other nations... 2
cause op death:
Consumption .... 5
Constipation .... 1
Disease of Heart 3
Hcmorihage. ... 1
Old Ago 5
Number unattended 11
comparative monthly mortality:
Aug. 1881 34 Aug.
Aug. 18a2 45 Aug.
Aug. lata uu
Annual death rato per 1000 for month
J. II. Brown,
Agent Board of Health.
Tuesday, Sept. 1st.
Niolo forfeited bail of ?8, and
Sarah Smith 8G, for drunkenness.
Geo. Kawai and Maraca Kaela,
adultery, remanded until 2nd Inst.
Peepeo (k.) and Luka Kualii
(w.), fornication, pleaded guilty.
The man was fined 825, and the
woman 815, with 82.50 costs each.
Ben Tincrio forfeited bail of 820
for disturbing quiet of the night.
Jas. Williams, disturbing quiet
of the night, remanded until 2nd.
Oswald Scheelcr, malicious mis
chief, remanded until 2nd.
Ctias. Smith, an insane person, on
afllvadit of Dr. Brodio and certifi
cate of Dr. Webb, was committed
to the Insane Asylum.
Mrs. Crooks, furniture for sale.
Avery & Palmer, for salo or lease,
Mr. E. B. Thomas's liouso and lot.
ANYTHINC THE BOSTON CIRL CALLS
It is understood that sandal-wood
rackets decorated with bright lib
bons are presumed to hit the ball
oftener than when made of grosser
material. Go on, dears, perhaps
you would like to have tennis nets
of spun gold, and balls encrusted
with diamonds? You have only to
say the word. Boston JJeacon.
THE DARw'lN STATUE.
The statue of Darwin in tho
natural History Museum, London,
is a grand piece of sculpture, tho
marble spotlessly white, tho pose
easy, tho resemblance striking. The
great theorist is depicted, in heroic
size, seated in a large arm-chair, his
legs crossed and a light overcoat
thrown cnrelessly across his knees.
The massive brow, the pensive eyes,
the thoughtful lines above the lips,
all betray the mask of boundless
knowledge. In a glass case near by
the Darwinian theory is shown at a
single glance. The skeleton of a man
and that of a monkey arc suspended
side bj' side. How fatally alike 1
Olive Logan, in Cincinnati En
quirer. LIVING WITHOUT A WHOLE SKULL.
The other day Gilbert Clunen was
at the bottom of a thirty-foot well in
Sing Sing stoning up the sides. A
stone about ten inches in diameter
rolled over the sido at the top, and
falling struck him on the head. The
nuin came out of the well and walked
home, where he Yt.is attended to by
doctors. They found the skull
crushed in over a surface about an
inch and a half in diameter, as if it
had been struck by a hammer.
They removed all tho broken bone,
leaving the brain exposed so that its
pulsations can be clearly seen. The
man is daily improving in health and
has no pain in his head, but com
plains of aches in his shoulders.
The doctors say it is one of the most
remarkable cases that ever came to
their notice. iVcto York Times.
JIM FISKS'S DISCRIMINATION.
A short time before his death Col.
Jim Fisk made a comparison be
tween New Yoik and Boston. I
was passing his Boston residence
in Chester square, when Fisk came
down the steps. He greeted mo in
his familiar, hearty manner, and,
after a few general remarks, I said:
"We don't see you very often in
Boston nowadays, Mr. Fisk." "No,"
was the reply; "1 don't feel quite
at home here. There's such a differ
ence between New York and Boston,
you know." "In what respect?"
I inquired. "Well, a good many.
To tell a long story in a few words,
you Boston people carry your sense
up here," tapping his forehead.
"We New Yorkers carry ours here,"
jingling some coins in his pocket, to
suit the action of the words. Bos
MISS CLEVELAND AND THE SOUTHERN
Southern women seem elated over
the fact that Miss Cleveland has
written a book. Every letter from
Southern women to the publishers
has something to say about the fact
that Miss Cleveland is the social
head of a Democratic administration.
The women to the South are all
politicians, and furthermore, arc
patriotic. Another reason why MisB
Cleveland's book is popular in the
South is because she is a temperance
woman. In that region the teniper
ance party is waxing strong, and the
women all make a point of this
characteristic. That there is nothing
on temperance in the book is of no
consequence ; they are solid in their
support of her because she is for
temperance, and for that reason
thousands of them will buy her
book Correspondence Chicago
BOSTON BABY TALK.
A New Yorker, who happened to
be in Boston for a day, availed him
self of the opportunity to make a
social call. Ho was shown into the
parlor, and while waiting there a
nurse entered witli a little baby in
"Ity pity, tootsey wootsey," said
tho New Yorker, addressing his con
versation to the infant, "oozy,
boozy, goozy, nooz "
At this juncture tho child set up
a howl that mado a steel engraving
of Emerson rattlo against the nail.
"I'm afraid alio doesn't under
stand you, sir," remarked tho nurse.
"There, thero, Pcnelopo," she said
soothingly, "and wero you alarmed
at a combination of circumstances
over which you had no control that
led to the unexpected nppearanco of
a strange gentleman?"
At this the scrcwed-up expression
on the child's face relaxed, her sobs
ceased, and she slumbered. New
BOSTON FLOWERS OF 8PEECH.
"Margery Deano" writes to tho
Transcript: "Coming out of the
Old Colony depot on arriving in
Boston ono day I had a little experi
ence, which gave mo a very exalted
opinion of the flowers of speeoh of
tho Boston street' gamin. Two small
urchins, in rags, wcro tearing each
other's hair, and had ovidently been
rolling together in tho mud; they
wero having a fight. Without stop
ping to think of consequences or of
any danger to myself, I seized each
by the shoulder. Ono ran as if I
had been a policeman, the other
stood his ground while I talked to
him of the shamefulness of the scene
I had witnessed. When I paused
for breath, tho little ruffian, his feel
wide apart, his head cocked up, his
thumbs in his pockets, drawled out,
'I say, Missis, don't you think
you'd better freeze your mouth and
give your tongue a sleighridc?" I
didn't remain to discuss tho proposition."
DIXIE IN GREAT FAVOR AS A NATIONAL
"Thatremindsme," said a veteran
of the late war, of how I used to
feel when I heard tho 'Bonnie Blue
Flag' and 'Dixie' played by the
bands in tho Confederate camps.
While the army was besieged at
Chattanooga JL havo lain for live or
six hours in one of the holes occu
pied by the advance pickets on tho
plain between tho Union line at
Chattanooga and the Confederate
lino at Mission Ridge, listening to
the bands in tho opposing armies.
I knew that if I' raised my head or
hand that there would come a whis
tling bullet from tho sharp-shooters
on tho other side. I knew that for
six long hours I must keep wide
awake, alert and watchful, but often
in the earlier part of the night I
have lost myself lying there in the
moonlight listening on one hand to
the national airs played by the splen
did bands of the Union army, and
on the other to the airs played by
the Confederate bands. I could
hear tho cheers that followed
'Yankee Doodle' in the Union camp,
and tho wild shouts that followed
'Dixie' in the rebel camp. I studied
closely the airs that were most popu
lar to cither army, and' I often
thought in that solitude of advanced
picket duty that 'Dixie' ought to
belong to tho whole country. Sinco
that time I have heard it played pro
bably a thousand times in the North,
and have heard it cheered by North
ern people, and I am satisfied that,
by some process that I do not clearly
understand, it has become the
property of the nation. And I am
glad of it." Chicago Inter-Ocean.
VHE SIMPLE SUMMER BOARDER.
"You seem to raise fine crops of
hay on this place," observed a tour
ist to a man who was raking up the
"Yes," said the man.
"Do you ship it to the city?"
"Oh, no," replied the mower;
"we use it here in the hotel."
"But you have no horses," ob
served the tourist; "what do you
use it for?"
"Green tea," responded the
mower, as he reached for the whet
When the dude gets married he
is apt to undergo a change ; be
When you sec a counterfeit coin
on the side-walk, always pick it up.
You are liable to arrest for passing
WHICH 00E8 INTO
Most of the Houses
ALBERT O. SMITH,
Attorney at Law and AEent to
sake Acknowledgments. No. 0 Kaahu.
ananu street. 103 0m
SOWN & PHILLIPS,
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rrauucui nuuiucru, huud
Honolulu, tar House and Ship Job
Voxlc promptly executed. 103
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 timl. UO Hotel Street.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, Cauliflower, Celery, Eastern Oysters, Pears, Cala Fresh Salmon, do
Codfish, do Uock Cod, do Smelts, do Plums, do Lobsters, do Shrimps, do
Grapes, do Pears, do Peaches, Roll Uuttcr.
ALSO Smokid Salmon, do Halibut, do Herrings, do Beof, do Sauagcs; Salmon
Dollies, 5 lb. Tins; Dried Alden Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do Pears;
Cain Dried FIrs, Creim Cheese, Swiss Cliec.ie, Family Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, 5 lb. Tins; Mackerel, 25 lb. Kits; Petit Pols, very small
and very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Salad Oil In pints and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil. Cnla Salad Oil, Apples, 3 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 237. (702
E. C. SCHUMAN,
Carriage and. Wagon Makert
In ilrwl-el&HH manner and prices to suit tlio timet.".
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. 6m
50,000 Extra Strong
For Sale by
H. Hackfeld & Co.
MRS. RODANET wishes to inform
her customers that all accounts
due her must be paid on or before tho
20lh instant. And all those remaining
unpaid after that date will bo placed in
the hands of a collector, with interest
added at the rate of 12J percent, per
month, with power to lccover the
amounts by law. 100 lw
Election of Officers, Hala
wa Sugar Company.
AT the annual meeting of the Stock,
holders of tho Halawa Sugar Co.,
held August 17th, 1885, tho following
officer) were chosen for the current year:
Mr. John II. Paty President
" P.O. Jones Treasurer
" ,T. O. Carter Secretary
" G.J. Ross Auditor
Messrs. Thos. R. Foster and James A.
Hopper, Directors. J. O. CARTER,
Secretary Halawa Sugar Co.
Honolulu. AiiL'ust 17. 1685. 100 lm
npO THE creditors of the estate of
X Gee Lung Wai Co., Bankrupts, in
the Supremo Court, tako notice.
That tho undersigned, assignees in
Bankruptcy of the estato of Geo Lung
Wal Co., of Hccia, Oahu, hao filed
their accounts and petition for allow,
nnco of same, and for authority to pay
a first and ilnal dividend therein, and
for an ordor releasing them from fur
ther liability as such asdgncos,and will
picsent said petition and accountR be.
foro Hon. Justlco Preston, at Chambers,
at 10 o'clock a m. on "Wednesday, Sept.
2nd, when aud whoro all persons con
testing tho same may be heard.
J. M. MONSARRAT,
O. A HUNG.
Honolulu, August 20, 18bS. Ill 3t
O Luso Hawaliano.
ALL persons who want to communi
cato with tho Poitugucse, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will Had it
tho most protllaulo wuy to advertise in
the Luso Ifawaiiano, tho now organ of
the Portucueso colony, which is pub.
lUhed on Merchant street, Gattiic Build.
Ing, (Post-Ottlco Letter Box E.), aud
only charges reasonable rates for adver
Only Restaurant in Town Owned and
Bun by a White Man. Employ
ing no Chinese Waiters.
First-class board by tho week, month or
transient. Special accommodation for
ladies and families.
E5?-Reading parlors open for guests
of tho house. The coolest dining rooms
in the city. NO FLIES.
100 lm H. BARBER.
I HAVE scicd for rent the Slabs,
Head and Foot Stones, etc., of T. J.
Nagle, carrying on business as atone
nutter, on Queen Street, Honolulu, and
shall sell the same at public auction if
tho debt for rent is not liquidated within
IS days from this dale.
A. B. KERR.
Honolulu, Aug. 20, 1835. 103 2w
J a j, W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Ofllctl with Hustaee fc Ro.
bertson. 89 tf
Ice Cream Parlors !
No. S IXotelt&treat.
Delicious flavored Ice Cream made
from puro Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices,
Sherbets, Ice Cream Drinks and many
other refreshments can be found always
at this really first-class resort. Choice
Confectionery and Cakes In ftreat
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For tho convenience of the public we
pack orders for Ico Cream In Patent
Refrigerator Cans, wklch hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, warranted to keep its delight,
ful llavor and perfect form for many
Rlnff Up Telephone 1 8,
WST The Elite Ico Cream Parlors are
open daily until 11 r.M. IM 88 ly
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