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7 W ' 5
FRIDAY, SEPT. -1, 1885.
B , , ARRIVALS.
Stmr Jub Mnkcc from Piuiulitu
Schr ICmilkcaonH from IColialu
Schr Small & Eliza from Koolnu
Schr lCawalhiul from Koolau
Bk Fresno for Port Townsend
Sclir Iviilaitimia for Koholalelo
Solir Walohu for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk T It Foster for Port Townsend
Stmr Jas Makco for Kapaa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktne Mary Wlnkloinan, Backus
Bk T K Foster, Kitgg
i"Bktiio Ella, Howe
Bgtnc Clans Sprcckcls, Drew
The chr Knwallanl brought 730 bags
The bk T It Poster sails to-morrow
for Port Townsend for orders.
The bk Fresno Balls to-day In ballast
The stmr .Tas Makco sails to-morrow
afternoon at W o'clock for Kapaa only.
The S S Zealandla Is due to-morrow
or Sunday from San Francisco en route
to the Colonics".
The schr Wntlclo dragged her anchor
during the blow yesterday. Some of
the crew boarded her and secured her.
Schrs "Waloll and Kaniol are loading
'lire wood at Poholki. They will return
next week. The Kninol will be hove
down to be cleaned.
Oil September -ith, to the wife of O.
F. Carlson, a son. S. F. Call please
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
" Foukth of July Battle," on the
Music at the Yosemitc skating
Tue children had a good time at
the Bethel vestry last night.
Tiik British man-of-war Constance
is liable to drop into port any mo
ment. Tub Kaumakapili church benefit
by the circus was 'not patronized any
Youkg People's prayer meeting in
the Bethel Union this evening, Mr.
Henderson to preside.
TnE Knights of Pythias are keep
ing watch with their afllicted brother
Daiglc, who is if anything growing
. . .
Fikumen arc requested to muster,
in full force and uniform, at the
Bell Tower at seven sharp this
A KATive from Kulaokahua was in
town this morning, looking for a
saddled horse he lent a haote four
The Pacific Navigation Co. has
an advertisement in the Portuguese
paper, calling for SO or 40 families
to go to Tahiti.
Adams' regular cash sale to-day
drew a large throng, and a large, lot
of furniture and other articles went
off at good prices.
A few of the Bulletin summaries
for foreign mails arc on hand. Call
early for copies to send to the Colo
nies by the Zealandia.
Mk. Fred Oat, short stop of the
II. B. B. C, has gone to Maui to
stop short the effects of the weather
on his constitutional base.
Since the illness of Mr. J. M.
Daigle the Lycan ramie machine has
been' removed to the Bhop of Robert
More & Co., machinists, King street.
The Board of Immigration is now
officially designated a "Bureau"
probably on account of (salary)
drawers added to that piece of fur
Tueue was no quorum of the
Trustees of the H. L. & R. "R. As
sociation last evening. The same
cause prevented a meeting last
A handsome young lady is leading
a class of Chinamen up the thorny
path of 'English education at the
Bethel. Our single reporter says
there are advantages in being a
Chinaman, after all.
A novelty at the circus to-night
will be Shillito playing "Aloha Oe"
through a fireman's trumpet. This
is positively the last performance to
be given here by the circus, . and is
likely to be the best as well.
It was reported this morning that
the schooner Nettie Merrill would be
sold. Messrs. Ilnckf eld & Co. , the
agents, say that the schooner will
not bo sold, but will Ho in the stream
until the next sugar crop atLahaina.
Mn. A. T. Baker, V. S., was giv
ing some more horse-talk to a Bulle
tin reporter this morning. He said
ho would match his bay colt Judge
Olfolds, five years old yesterday,
against anybody's colt for any
amount, at one day's notice, harness
' and rules, or pull a wagon,
A London letter to a Canadian
paper says, "Mr. Wi J. Buchanan,
the general manager of tho Bank of
Montreal, has arrived in this coun
try from Canada." Tho gentleman
named is a brother of Mr. R. II.
Buchanan, of this city, and the
bank is ono of the largest in North
To-uomtow tho steamer James
Makco will tako to Kcaliu plantation,
Kauai, a seven ton puinp said to be
the largest on the Islands. At Kea
lia tho steamer will take on board a
double effect for Kaliului. The
Kcalia mill has disposed of its ma
chinery in order to replace it with
some of greater power.
Fryer's Circus lias made an offer
to charter tho Bchooner Emma to
take the circus troupe to Tahiti,
Fiji and Auckland. Mr. II. Mac
farlane is on the other side of this
island and no definite reply has been
given. It is said, however that Mr.
Macfarlano will most likely take
the offer, and on his return to Hono
lulu negotiations be completed.
His Ex. Mr. Gulick announces
the commissioning of a Board of
Inspectors of Immigrants, as fol
lows: Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Inspector-General
; Mr. G. A. Nacayama,
Inspector of Japanese Immigrants ;
Mr. J. Ito, Interpreter and Sub
Inspector of Japanese Immigrants
for Maui ; Mr. S. Kimora, tho same
Yesterday a young horse ran off
with a young wahine, whoso mother
had warned her not to ride it, and,
dashing up the Palama road, would
have gone to the jumping-off place
had not tho apparition of a clothes
John in the middle of the road,
waving his white basket covering,
made it right about wheel, throwing
the girl off but not hurting her.
Mrs. Wallace's Academic School
forgirls will rc-open upon Sept. 14.
This school affords the best advan
tages for a thorough education and
has an extended course of instruc
tion. Pupils arc prepared for Col
leges in tho States if desired. A
few boarding pupils can be received.
Mrs. Wallace refers to many promi
nent citizens who have had pupils in
the school. Pupils are received
from ten years to any age.
Tin: Bulletin typos have fixed up
a row of bottles on the back fence,
and toned them up to various notes
with differing depths of water. They
practise on this piano-forte-d'eau
with a stick a la Shillito, and evoke
therefrom very tolerable melodies.
At all events, if the boys never get
worse music from bottles they will
come out better than many of their
fellowcraftsmen. Where did they
get tho bottles? Well, that is a
rather silly question, since Honolulu
is built upon bottles.
The circus was but poorly attended
last night, and although Captain Blyth's
offer was a generous one, the natives
did not patronize the show, and the
Church Fund will get little or O. Press,
You mean little or 0, O,
And not what you have got, O.
The horses pranced around O,
The doggies danced a round O,
Within the canvas bower O,
For Kaumakapili' s tower O ;
But tickets few were bought O,
So little coin or naught O
Goes to the church's treasure O,
For all the people's pleasure O.
R. More & Co. have a bicycle for
II. Hackfeld & Co., offer Austra
lian corned beef in barrel.
See those beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street. 115 3t
Stock of hog feed. Just arrived,
per the Mary Winkleman, 250 bags
mixed Feed, for sale at low price.
115 lw Union Feed Co.
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.
TRIAL TRIP OF THE LIKELIKE.
The steamer Likelike, of the Wil
der S. S. Co., after a thorough re
pairing, started on her trial trip to
Kaliului about U.15 last evening.
She was in charge of Capt. J. Turn
bull and Engineer Roberts, and
Chief Engineer Tucker, of the
Kinau, was on board. A crowd as
sembled to see her off, and there
were groups of sight-seers here and
there along the water front. Hon.
S. G. Wilder, President of the
Company, was on board, with the
following guests by his invitation:
Mr. E. II. Allen, Hawaiian Consul
General at New York; Hon. II. M.
Whitney, Postmaster-General, and
Mrs. Whitnev ; Hon. W. C. Parke,
Dr. Robert McKibbin, Consul R. W.
Laine, Major Benson, Messrs. J, K.
Wilder, J. II. Paty, J. M. Oat and
Thomas R. Lucas. On arrival at
Kaliului, this morning, tho party was
going to tako a trip over the Kaliului
rail way. Tho Likcliko is expected
to reach Honolulu early to-morrow
THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.
The quarterly meeting of the
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
was held, according to notice, this
forenoon. A chango was mado in
the scale of charges as follows:
Chinamen, who used to pay GO cts.,
but latterly -10c, will hereafter be
charged fiOcts. a day. Patients
sent by benevolent societies, who
used to pay $1 but latterly 50cls.,
will have to pay 75cls. As the so
cieties are apportioned a share of
the passport receipts on their own
account, it is not thought this ad
vance will be deemed a hardship.
Tile fco for other foreigners is left
at SI a day as before. It appears
receipts fell behind expenditures
$3,000 for the quarter, but this is
regarded as only a temporary debt
that the ordinary revenues will meet.
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
There was a full attendance at tho
regular meeting of the Board of Re
presentatives of the Fire Department
last night. Second Assistant En
gineer, Julius Asch, presided. Rout
ine business was despatched, the con
clusion in tho Chineso effigy case be
ing that the investigating committee
should be discharged. This, it will
be remembered by many, refers to
an efllgy of a Chinaman hung on
Engine Co. 2's house, after the
election, evidently out of bad feel
ing. A discussion on the bell in the
central tower took place. It was
said that the bell could not be heard
as far as it should, on account of
being improperly hung. The exe
cutive committee was directed to
have the required alteration in this
regard mado as soon as possible.
It was mentioned, in the course of
the discussion, that Chief' Engineer
Nott, during his present visit to the
States, would endeavor to ascertain
what is the best general alarm
The Chairman appointed the fol
lowing members to assist at tho cir
cus this evening on tho occasion of
the benefit for the sick fund : Henry
Smith and C. K. Miller, ticket sell
ers ; F. Hustacc, A. Rasemann, G.
Norton and P. Souza, doorkeepers ;
W.W.Wright, Thos. Krouso-and
Kamanu, ushers. Over three hun
dred tickets had been sold for the
occasion, no less than one hundred
of which arc to the credit of Mr.
James Dodd. That gentleman had
also promised to send one of, his
busses round for a street parade
this afternoon to remind people of
tho event. The meeting cordially
voted its thanks to Mr. Dodd.
A special meeting of the Board
will be held on Monday evening
Friday, Sept. 4lh.
Poina, Kaululena, and F. Shaw,
drunkenness, $G each.
Pcepcc, furious and heedless driv
ing, pleaded not guilty. It was
proved and admitted that his horso
ran into Kamoalii's waggon on King
street, breaking a hind wheel. De
fendant claimed he offered to pay
damages, but the owner of tho wag
gon kept on scolding, and so he
rode off. He was remanded until
tho 7th, to give him time to pay tho
Chow Young was charged with
stealing chickens from Wo Low
Kee. Tho two Chinamen sworo as
diametrically opposite as two goats
could butt against each other, and a
nolle prosequi was entered.
THE COST OF THE CANADIAN RE
BELLION. Tho Government estimates tho
cost of the Northwest rebellion at
65,000,000, $1,700,000 having been
already voted, and 82,300,000
placed in the estimates for the cur
rent fiscal year. This is a large
addition to tho ordinary expenditure
of a twelve months', and ono wholly
unexpected, but there are few out
side the pale of rapid partisans, who
will aver it was avoidable. The up
rising resulted from the instigation
of a single man working on tho pre
judices and the ignoracco of a dis
tinct clas of people, a man bent up
on creating mischief, and whose ob
ject, as all testimony proves, was
less to obtain what is termed justice
than to force concessions at tho
point of tho bayonet. While the
expense has been considerable, the
results havo given ample compensa
tion. A difficult problem has been
solved; tho future security of
settlers in the Northwest has been
assured; tho ability of Canada to
cope with Internal dissensions has
been demonstrated, and out of tho
perplexities of the past four months
has come an inspiration of national
ity, and a consciousness of power
hitherto unknown to tho Dominion.
Four millions is u large sum of
money to spend, but it will bo well
spent if it awakens the people to a
sense of their citizenship and of tho
possibilities of their country.
There is a movement to secure a
postponement of the whiskey tax a
year or two longer. Iostoi Travel'
VIRGINIAN DECLARATION OF STAXE
The Virginia Democratic platform
has been slow in making its way
through tho usual news channels.
Its transmission by telegraph was
rendered impracticable from its ex
trcmo length, and it has been pub
lished in but a fow oven of tho Vir
ginia newspapers. Some copies of
the document have been made avail
able at the North from these sources,
and its contents have been read with
care and anxiety by the class of
conservative political thinkers who
regard with solicitude the present
condition of the country. One of
tho declarations in this deliverance is
calculated to make even careless
and easy-going partizans hesitate
and study more thoroughly the ques
tions with which the American peo
ple arc confronted.
Ono of the propositions adopted
by the Virginia Democrats is as
"The question of the State debt
has ceased to bo ono of dollars and
cents. It has become one of Stale
sovereignity. The question is
whether tho State of Virginia shall
bo arraigned before the Federal
Courts, controlled by Republican
Judges, adjudicating upon the sover
eign rights of State, in the interest
of bondholders, in defiance of ono
the plainest provisions of the Fed
eral Constitution. We appeal upon
this question to all men, irrespective
of party, and invito them to unite
with us in defending the imperiled
rights of the Commonwealth."
This sinister language is of a stylo
that was familiar twenty-five and
thirty years ago. By substituting
"slavery" for the words "State
debt," this declaration corresponds
closely to those in which the rebel
lion originated, and which led to the
armed conflict between loyal men
and traitors which drenched the
land with blood, and piled up against
succeeding generations the vast
burden of debt under which the
business, tho labor and tnc property
of the country now suffer and arc
liable to suffer for loDg years to
come. A more threatening announce
ment than this is not contained in
the political platforms of any parly
in tho Southern States previous to
the period when they adopted the
ordinance of secession.
Have the Virginia Democratic
Repudiators determined to precipi
tate a new rebellion upon the South
in a new war for "State rights?"
If they do not mean this, what do
they mean? Chicago Journal.
James Garfield is to study law in
Papa "Ethel, you mustn't say
'I won't' to papa. It's naughty."
Ethel "Well, but papa, what shall
I say when I mean I won't?"
The New York Women Suffragists
are elated with the disccovery that
nothing in the Constitution or laws
of the State excludes women from
Serious errors and discrepancies
are being discovered in the official
records of the late session of the
Illinois House of Representatives,
clouding tho validity of legislation.
"What kinds of pills do you
want, little boy. "' asked the drug
gist. "Plain or sugar-coated?"
"Mister, I want the kind that's
whitewashed. "Philadelphia Call.
John S. Wise, Republican candi
date for Governor of Virginia, is
the greatest admirer of dogs in the
State, and never misses a dog show.
Listz, the greatest of pianists, is
very poor, but absolutely refuses to
give concerts to make money. His
only revenue is a small pension from
a German princess.
"What are the last teeth that
come?" asked a Lynn teacher to
her class in physiology. "False
teeth, mum," replied a boy who had
just waked up on the back seat.
In the Indian towns, when it is
announced that a local Federal ap
pointment is to be made, the stores
are closed, laborers knock off work,
and all business is suspended until
the matter is settled. Chicago
Miss Blanche Williams of Brant
ford, Canada, is the first colored
girl ever admitted to the privileges
of the University of Toronto. She
is said to havo passed an excellent
examination in French and German,
as well as in English.
Mr. Cleveland's idea of a com
promise, the cattlemen arc beginning
to find out, resembles the indiffer
ence of Dean Richmond, who said
unto his subordinate of esthetic and
independent tastes in the matter of
decoration: "I don't care a tlurn
what color you paint your old car,
so long as you paint her red."
A certificate of death mado out in
New York last week set forth that
Henry Coffin, a Frenchman, cm
ployed by tho Standard Oil Com
pany, had died from "acute peri
tonitis from intestinal perforation,
the effect of extreme heat and cold."
Tho attending physician gave this
explanation in a foot-noto: "His
.business required him to spend
hours at a tlrao in a room heated to
150deg. Fahrenheit. On July 29th
ho was several hours in tho room
and got chilled comiug out."
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
7 and ()( Hotel Htroot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, Cauliflower, Celery, Eastern Oysters, Pears, Cala Fresh Salmon, do
Codfish, do Hock Cod, do Smelts, do Plums, do Lobsters, do Shrimps, do
Grapes, do Pears, do Peaches, Boll Butter.
ALSO Smoked Salmon, do Halibut, do Herrings, do Beef, do Sausages; Salmon
Bellies, 5 lb. 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 quarts,
Lucca Salnd Oil, Cula 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 chargo to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 240, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (702
E. G. SCHUMAN,
Carriage aiil Wagon MCalcei
f N ' .
L3(P1 V r
In (ii-Nl-oliiKH imm.nci and. priccn to (suit tlm LimeM.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Cm
In Good Order for S.ilo at
$10 a Box or 500 Cigars
To closu Consignments at
Ed.Hoffschlaeger & Cos
Albert o. Smith,
Attorney at Law and Aceut to
take Acknowledgments. No. 0 Knnhii
manti street. 102 Gm
FANNING'S IBLAND GUANO in
quantities to suit. Apply to the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
THE four-year. old lrnmbletonian
stallion APTOS CHIEF, also the
fine driving horse Toboy. Apply to
G. S. HOUGI1TAILING,
at Bay Horse' Saloon. 94 lm
ONE Phaeton, 1 Business Wagon, 1
Break, a set of blacksmith's and
wood worker's tools. Iron and carriage
material. Annlv to
G. H1SWCABTL.K, li'l King St.
Household Furniture for Sale !
THE undersigned desires to sell her
entire household furniture, con
sisting of blncK walnut, hair cloth,
parlor set complete; bedroom set, chef,
fouler, nearly new; kitchen stove and
Utensils; aUo u varleiy of furnishings
too numerous to mention. Apply lm.
mediately at 148 Quton Street.
m tf MRS. CItOOKS.
" SOaiETIIIN'G NEW.
Labor Saving Soft Soap.
WHAT ALL Families, Hotels and
Laundries need. For salo at W.
E. llcrrlck's Turning Shop, Bethol St.,
by (77 2m) WM. H. IIUDDY.
Election of Oillcors, Ilulfi
wa Sugar Company.
AT tho annual meeting of tho Stock
holders of tho Halawa Sugar Co.,
held August 17th, 1835, tho following
officers were chosen for tho current year;
Mr. John H, Paty President
" P, O. Jones Treasurer
" J. O.Carter Secretary
" G.J. Boss Auditor
Messrs. Thos. B. Foster and James A.
Hopper, Directors. J, O. OAHTKIt,
Secretary Halawa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, August 17, 1885, 100 lm
Only Restaurant in Town Owned and
Run by a "White Man. Employ
ing no Chinese Waiters.
First-class board by the week, month or
transient. Special accommodation for
ladies and families.
BSTHcuding parlors open for guests
of tho house. Tl:e coolest dining rooms
in the city. NO FLIES.
1091m H. BARBER.
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL persons who want to commuui.
cute with the Poitugucsc, cither
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will And it
tho most prolltablo way to advertise in
tho Lhso Hu-vaiuitio, the now organ of
tho Portuguese colony, which is pub.
lished on Merchant street, Gazelle Build
lug, (L'ost-Ofllce Letter Box E.), and
only charges reasonable ratoa for adver
tisements. Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Ilnnfca nnrl Anpmintfc tipntlv nnd nnrrnnt.
ly kept, nlso all kinds of copying at
tended to. OfflccwitU HuUnco & lto.
Ice Cream Parlors !
No, BR IIotolMBtroot.
Delicious flavored Ice Cream made
from pure Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices,
Sherbets, fco Cream Drinks and many
other refreshments can bo found always
at this really flrst-class retort. Choice
Confectionery and Cakes In great
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For tho convenience of tho public we
pack orders for Ico Cream in Patent
Refrigerator Cans, wkich hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, warranted to keep its delight
ful flavor and perfect form for many
Ring- Up Xolopliono 1 80,
&-.Thn Elite Ico Cream (Parlor aro
open dally until 11 l'.u. 38 ly