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g TUESDAY, '8EPT. 8, "l 88.. "
' . , AROIVALS.
S S Mariposa fiom San Francisco
Strar W G Hall from Windward Ports
Stinr Llkcllkc for Windward l'oit
Stinr I nlanl for Knuat
Scbr Wnllelc for I aupahoriiou
Sehr Ehukal for Wnlalua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr 0 It Bishop for Kauai vln Wnlanao
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno Mary Wlnklumnn, BackiH
Bktuo Ella, Howo
Bgtnc Clfttis'Sprcckcls, Dicw
''From San Francisco, per S S Mari
posa, September 8 Mrs P 0. Tones, Miss
Ada. Jones, Col Q W Macfarlnne, K 0
Miicfnrlane, C Augustus Hup, I, L Tan
.Slyke, Geo A .Tncksnn and wife, Miss L
Dixon. Mrs W .Iitekson, XV II Holmes,
Sirs .1 G Carney and Infant, 11 Han ion.
Mrs C II Eldrldgo and dnitglitcr. Mis .1
L Hmford, Cant Lorcnzon, A Strnkcr,
A Henderson, Miss O PEdmonson, Miss
May Parrott, Miss A M Poyson, Mrs S
W Sperry, R I Little, A B Sneny and
wlle,J)IiBcck, Miss S Hopper, T K
Moore, A Wcnncr and wife, C Lutz, 11
Center, Mrs S C MrClonhrv and son,
and !I0 others.
The S. S. Zcalandlat Capt "Webber, ar
ilvcd Saturday ctcnlng at 5 o'clock, 7
days 2 hours from San Francisco. She
biought GO Chinese to this port, and. -11)
saloon and o! steerage passengers In
transit for Australia. Sho sailed at
10.30 o'clock the same night.
' Tho stcanipr .Tas I lowett w cut on
the dry dock Saturday p ni to make a
Steamer C R Bishop brought 072 bii"s
of sugar. She sails on Wednesday :it8
a in for Wulaiiae, Waialua, KUauea and
Schooner Ronrlo. Cunt sfiUff m-iivn.i
at Kahulnl Aug 20th, in days from San
i'i.iiiuscu, nun a caigo of
She w ill probably sail on
The fc S Mnripoa sailed from San
frnncisco Septlst at U p in. First 4
clays had light variable winds thence to
poit lights and E, winds. Sept 4th at
1.10 pm, Lat 31.28 X, Lou 130.29 W,
.spoke the S S Citv of Svdney N E
bound. Sept 7th at 3..0 p in, Lat 23.21
N, ir.4.40 W, sppko bark Newsboy
reports having cncounteied a huiricane
Which did, considerable -damage to the
vcs-el, all well on boaid.
The Mary- Winklcman is inthestieam.
Schooner Wallelo takes to-day 12,000
bricks for Papalkou and other freight
or other poi ts making in all a cry larue
Skating this evening at the Yose
mite. Mn. Jas. Dock! was driving a new
bus about town tlris-morning.
Tim Honolulu Rifles'
bayonet drill' a't their
meet for a
Geo. W. De Long Post, G. A. K.,
is summoned for important' business
t'jis evening. ' - .
Lyons & Levey will sell at
o'clock noon to-morrow, boxes
Mr. M. Thompson, barrister, lias
our thanks for a varied budget of
The senior crew of the Honolulu
Y. & B. C. have beetin training for
the lGUi of November.
Telephone wires run to the
quarantine grounds jjow. Some of
the poles stand in shallow water.
Mr. Henry Grube, Jr., the young
Hawaiian artist, has returned to
town by the steamer W. G. Hall.
The California Export Journal is
a ney,- trade paper, the first number
came by the Zealandia's
The $2,000 left by Mrs. Bishop
to Iolani College has been invested
for the endowment of scholarships in
Hon. "W. C. Parke, assignee in
the bankrupt estate of J. L. Rosen
berg, has had his accounts approved
nnd beep discharged.
TnE Central Cigar Stand received
some genuine Havana cigars to-day
by the Mariposa. Particulars in
Kaianui, ono of the sailors on tho
steamer C. R. Bishop, was drowned
on Friday at Ilamakua, by the cap
sizing of tho ship's boat.
Otis Wilder, son of Mr. J. K.
Wilder, is going to tako clinigo of
one of the locomotives on the Knhu
lui and Wailuku Railway.
The olllccrs and teachcis of the
Bethel Sunday school will meet this
evening at 7:30 o'clock, at tho
pastor's residence, Nuiianu avenue.
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There will bo a special meeting
of tho Trustees of the Honolulu
Library and Reading Room Associ
ation at the olllco of Mr. A. J. Cart
wright, to-morrow, at 12 o'clock
Deputv Marshal Dayton will sell
on Saturday, under execution, .the
hcven-ton sloop Sarah, belonging to
ASKXJt&jL -ftti'b' Wl k i t A- 'tfflBBlV'
The'snlo'is to satisfy'
S17J1.52, in favor of
Mit. Wm. Aultl was in a very bad
way this morning. Ho had a set of
billiard balls in his pocket last even
ing to take home for trial, and lie
lost ono of them on the road and
can't find it.
A large number of invitations
have been issued to the wedding of
Miss Frances M. Lack and Charles
H. Nicoll, Thursday evening, Sep
tember 10th, at 7:30 o'clock, at
Port street Church. Reception at
8 :30 o'clock at the residence of the
bride's mother, 53 Emma street.
Wit.ti.uis, Dimond & Co.'s cir
cular announces an improvement in
both the New York and European
sugar markets. On tho 25th Aug.
nn advance from lus. 3d. to 15s. Od.
was noted in beet sugar in London.
Tho Now York market immediately
showed a marked improvement. The
details of foreign markets give pro
His Majesty the King entertained
the following company to breakfast
this morning: II. R. II. Princess
Liliuoknlani, His Ex. J. O. Dominis,
Mr. E. II. Allen, II. M.'s Consul
Gcneral at New York ; Colonel and
Mrs. W. F. Allen, Captain and Mrs.
Ayrcs, Miss McAllister and Miss
McAllister, Colonel and Mrs. C.
Lewis & Co. make a fine show of
fresh goods by this steamer. In
fruit they have grapes, peaches,
plums, nectarines, pears and apples.
In fish, salmon, smelts, rock cod,
crabs and oysteis in tin and shell.
Vcgctables-cclcry, cauliflower, red
cabbage, horse radish. Also, Club
sausages, Mallard duck, Teal duck,
and large Sicily lemons that take
away thirst to look at them.
One not versed in ships would
never discover the damaged plates
on thc.Kinan's bottom. On the star
board side, about 20 feet from the
screw, begins a scratch which runs
along to about midships, where it
ends with a hole or indented plate.
She is not ditty, only a little green
matter having collected at the water
line. Ten boiler-makers arrived by
the Mariposa to do tho necessarj' re
pairs to the plate.
At the meeting of the Fire Board
last evening, a settlement of ac
counts of the circus benefit showed
a handsome balance of S3G0.50 for
the sick fund. Votes of thanks
were passed to the king, the public,
the circus and Second-Engineer
Asch. Fiist Assistant-Engineer M.
D. Monsarrat, who presided, took
that, the first opportunity since the
election, of thanking the department
for. the honor conferred upon him.
SxiALL-rox. has been pioclaimed
.epidemic in Montreal. One of its
victims is Sir Francis Ilincks, at the
age of 78 years. He was one of
Canada's leading statesmen, his last
public position being Minister of
Finance in Sir John Macdonald's
Government that resigned in 1873.
Once he was Governor of Barbndoes
arid again of a neighboring colony.
Sir Francis at tho time of his death
was .editor of the Montreal Journal
The public are notified through
the columns of the Advertiser, and
by sheets posted in the city, that
the, tax books will be open at the
Tax Assessor's office in the new
government building, called Kapua
iwn, for the inspection of all persons
liable to taxation in this district and
who have made tho required returns,
every day, Sunday excepted, be
tween the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
until Monday, the 14th inst., inclu
sive. '"We have been requested to'
make an item of tho above, 'pro bono
Captain McDonell is heic taking
orders for Ralf Balch's Life of Gen
eral Grant. According to the proH
pectus the volume will contain over
GOO pages and 100 illustrations. It
is piintcd in clear type and on ex
cellent paper. The binding is
sufficiently ornato to give.the book a
very attractive appearance. Tho
captain informs us that fifty cents
per volume, of nil sales, go to the
Grant family. So far as wo have
been able to look into tho contents,
wo believo tho woik to bo ably
Mil. M. Mclnerny has made great
improvements in his storo, corner of
Fort and Merc hint streets. A large
doorway has been opened between
tho front and rear stores, and tho
street door of the latter, also the
window, has been enlarged. These
changes, together with additional
table accommodation, givo very en
hanced facilities for showing goods
and serving customers. Mr. Mac
is now prepared to give a cordial
reception to all-comers from either
street yes, even from tho yard
lying between the storo and tho ofllco
of a contemporary, provided the
visitor comes in business hours.
,Tiie report of tho progress of the
four Island boys attending school at
St. Matthew's Hall, San Mateo,
a judgmqnt of
E. R. Ryan.
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'Cflllfor'nla;fortho' month ending
August lsmi, is very satisfactory.
Kawananakoa is marked 100, the
standard of perfection, for punctu
ality, writing, deportment and mili
tnry conduct, and 98 for French.
His average is high in other studies.
Kcliinhonui has obtained 100 for
writing and military conduct, punc
tuality 98, deportment 90, :lml is
well up in other studies. T. P.
Cummins makes an exceedingly
good showing. For punctuality,
mitnnry conduct, writing and draw
ing he is marked 100 each, 99 de
portment, 95 history, and 90 arith
Hop Leo, Old Comer Restaurant.
Notico to creditors of Chong Fat.
Notice of purchase of Fisher' Cider
factory and secret.
Sugar has gono up, but our prices
have not. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 1 18 3t
Stock op hog feed. Just arrived,
per' tho Mary Winklcman, 250 bags
mixed Feed, for sale at low price.
115 lw Union Feed Co.
West, Dow & Co. have just re
ceived ex Mariposa : School Bags,
Toy Brooms, Marbles, Base Balls,
Rubber Balls, Chromos, Masks, Stick
Horses, Velocipedes, Rustic Frames,
Shell Paper, etc. 119 St
A HANDSOME DONATION.
Mr. A. J. Cartwright, Sr., has
added to his many munificent gifts
to the Honolulu Library tho follow
ing seventeen valuable works:
Reconnoitring Voyngcs and Travels
with Adventures In tho New Colonies of
S uitli Australia, W. II. Leigh, London,
Notes of Travel In Southwestern
Afilca, C. J. Anderson; N. Y.. 1882.
Scripture Lands, John Klthj London,
Noithern Germany, A Hand Book for
Traveler's, Baedeker; Leloslc, 1831.
The Rhine, A Hand Book for Travel
era, Baedekc; Lelpslc, 1881.
Siberia, Baron Wrangall. ,
ron circulating department.
The Abode of Snow, Andicw Wilson;
The Qi cat Fur Land or Sketches of
Life on the Hudson Bay Territory, II.
M. Robinson; N.Y. lfcSt.
Tent Life in Siberia. Gcoige Kciiuan;
X. Y., 1884.
A Lady's Trip In the Rocky Mountains,
Isabella L. Bird; N. Y.. 1883.
A Strange Disnppcaiance, Anna K.
Gieen; N. Y., 1885.
The Leavenworth Case, Anna K.
Green: N.-Y., 1883.
By Order of the King, Victor Hugo ;
Tyrol and the Tyrolcse, W. A. Balllto.
Grohman; London, 1877.
A Young Squire of the 17th Century,
J. C. Jeaff reson ; Loudon. 1878 2 Vol
The Octopus, or the Devil Fish of
Fortln, Hy. Ler; London, 1875.
Southron's Commonplace Book, .T. W.
'.Vaitor; K. Y., 18G0 2 Vol.
Tuesday, Sept. 8th.
Kaipu was fined $0 for drunken
ness. Gee Ling was brought up on re
mand for stealing a horse from Kau
alo in 'the year 1881. The claimant
swore the horse in question was his,
and another witness confirmed his
claim. Defendant swore he bought
the horse from Ling Yee, who swore
he bought it from Hee Ying, who
swore he bought it from King
Chong, who went to China last
November. A bill of sale tho latter
gave last witness he passed to Ling
Yee, who, recalled, said tho docu
ment was burnt in his trunk in the
Nuuanu street fire. Defendant was
Chung Ah Hoon pleaded guilty to
keeping a victualling house without
a license since 22nd July last, and
was fined 853 including costs.
Fred L. Leslie pleaded not guilty
to selling liquor in the Cosmopolitan
saloon last Sunday. 'Kawahaoka
hale sworo ho bought two bottles of
gin from Frank Roche, the bar
tender, on the above day. He
beckoned to him in an upstaiis
window, and Roche came down
and gave him two bottles of gin, re
ceiving two dollars therefor. Roche
swore ho was not in the barroom, of
which the keys were taken away by
the proprietor, and that he did not
sell any liquor to last witness last
Sunday. The prosecution was
F. G. Roche was then charged
.with selling liquor without a license
on the Gtli inst., and was remanded
THE CHINESE ELEMENT IN BUSINESS.
Editok Bulletin: Your article
on tho above in Saturday's issue
should arouse the white community
to a sense of their duty and dan
ger. Thoso who patronize Chinese
cheapness nro acting a suicidal part,
yet there is hardly a merchant who,
if not now, may expect soon to bo
confronted with Chinese competi
tion, but would demur at paying a
white mechanic a trifle more than a
Chinaman not taking the difference
In quality of his wares into account.
If tho Chinaman was forced by a
flense of self-respect due to tho com
munity, to live 'cleanly and feed
more like an average human being ;
to wear decent clothing and support
a wife and family in a civilized
manner, hs white brother mechanic
him as a competitor In labor. 1 am
ono of those who think it waste of
time to argue this Chinese labor
question, as there is too much sel
fishness in this community to hope
to influence thoso who aro largely
rcsponsiblo for tho present state of
-things. The statesman who v ears
the clumsy cut coat of tho Chinese
slop tailor, will run after the cheap
and ugly still. Tho rooming house
keeper who racks the bodies of men
on ill-made, lumpy spring beds
from thn Chinese furniture man,
only looks at tho first cost. Tho
steamship owner who gives the up
holstery of his ship cabin to a
Chinaman would not do it if ho
know wliat ho was about, but ho
docs not understand that quality of
the work which is the test of cheap
ness, and the decoration is cheap
It is a truism that selfishness al
ways defeats itself, and wo may
live to see the Chinese tailor make
tho robo of tho Hawaiian Chinese
Minister of tho Interior. Wo may
see tho Chinese merchant ship goods
from Boston and Liverpool, and
with clerks at a dollar a day and
their chow chow, wipe out the white
merchant here as they have done at
Singapore and other places. Wo
may sec the Chinese built and
manned steamers, doing the Island
trade at half the present rates. The
white merchants, shippers and
wealthy old families here have been
loing their best, not perhaps inten
tionally, to bring about tins change.
We sec our public library and
other institutions, the basis of our
social fabiic, very short of funds,
for the Caucasian who is their sup
port 'must go,' has gone, or rc
nains, if a mechanic, largely im
poveiishcd. 1 appreciHtc tho spontaneous pat
riotism of some of our citizens in an
endeavor to promote what is termed
colonization as I understand on pri
vate leased lands'. I read also side
by side with the colonization scheme
that a large number of Portuguese
arc going to Tahiti. I am afraid if
a tempting prospectus and all the
'gush' of the land spiers cannot keep
the Portuguese, we can scarcely hope
to draw the Scottish crofters as the
'Tiscr man hopes it will. The
cioftcrs arc nu sao simple as not to
enquire what sort of folk tlio ither
clans of Hawaii are. I fear the
colonization scheme will share the
falo of many other well-laid plans of
men and mice, as Burns put it.
Permit me in this event to sug
gest what will no doubt occur to
the benevolent promoters of coloni
zation that any amount of pent-up
philanthrophy may still find vent in
assisting a large number of licolo
nists," who through inability to com
pete with coolie labor urebarely able
to support their families, and ate
desirous of trying "colonization" in
fresh fields and pastures new, and
only want the needful to help them
to "get." A Mechanic.
The Old Corner .Restaurant.
COUNKK QUEEN AND NOUANU ST8.
Meals, 25 cts. Week board, ?4 and
?4 CO. Everything neat nnd clean.
Mechanical fans working at meal
times keep room cool t n 1 pleasant.
UP lm HOPLKE, Proprielor.
the creditors of the Estate of
CHONG FAT of tNiulli. Koholn.
nawatl, take notice: That the under
signed, assignees of tho estate of Chong'
Fat, a bankrupt', have tiled their ac
counts and submitted tho samo as such
assignees before the Hon. A. F Judd.
Chief Justice of tho Sup emu Court, and
the Court has set the 15th dav of Sep
tember, at 10 a.m.. for the settlement of
said accounts and for their dlscli.rgo
from nil liability as such assignees, and
for an order to mak a final dividend.
And nny person interested may then and
there appear and contest thn same.
W. C PAHKE,
YIM QUON, Assignees.
Honolulu, St pt. 8, 1-83. 110 3t
IS heiehy given that I have hold all
my rijht. tit'oa d Interest lopeihir
with life t od 111 a id btcrctof making
tho cclebiated lfielier's Champagm
Cider. Thank ng my frlen Is and thcr
public for rnst lavors, I would solicit a
continuance of thn samo fo- my sue
ceors. ISRAEL FISHER.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1885.
In connection with .the above tho un
derslgncd would respectfully give,
notico to their friends nnd tho public in
central that, having bought of Mr. I.
Fisher the llpht to and scruct of making
ho artioln known as Fj.her's Cham
pagne Qider, thoy oro nowprepnied (q
fill nil oitlors for the same at Ihc shortcut
notice. We intend that this Cider shall
be n llrst-cliiss article. Oidcrs left with
C. E. Williams, Fort street, or addressed
to M. T. Dnnnell. at tho Factor, Np. JU
Lllihu street, will receive ptomnt niten
tlon. FJSHEK'S CIDER CO.
M. T. Donskli., Manager. llOUf
: GROWN FLOUR I
Golden Gate, Extra Family,
Eldorado Flour !
VOU BALE IIV '
' ' ' '
H. Haokfeld & ,Oo:4
,l. u, " IT '
'f,ft i ( - "'4nl
, "Tf -.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
r ana an Ilotol Street.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cahbagcs, Cauliflower. Ueletv, Eastern Oysteis, Pears, Caia Fresh Salmon, do
Codfish, do Hock Cod, do Smelts, do l'luius, do Lobsters, do Shrimps, do
Grapes, do Pears, do Peaches, Koll BUttcr. . ....
ALSO Smokid Salmon, do Halibut, do Herriugs.'do Beef, do 8hUagcB; Snunortj
Bellies, 5 lb. Tins; Dried Alden Apples, do Prune's, do Tcaches.'ddTearsj
Cala Driid Figs), Cream Cheese, Swls Cheoe, Famllv Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, (5 lb. Tins; .Mackerel, 25 lb. Kits; Petit Pols, very smnll
nnd very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Sala I Oil in pinti and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cala Salad Oil, Apples, 2 lb. Tins Butter, Kegs Butter,
Star Ham, Lean Bacon and n full line of Stiplo nnd, Fancy Groceries.
Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 240, Both Companies. P. O. Bo 21)7. (762
E. G. SCHUMAN,
.7 M V
la iir-Ht-elttNH manner and prices to wuit tlio tlntcK.
70 King St., ndjoinlng Geo. V. Linn In, Contracto fcBniler. Cm
ALBERT O. SMITH; ' .
Alturney ut Law and Agent to
take Acknowledgments. No, il Kanhu
maun strctt. 10J dm
FANNING';? IoLAND GUANO hi
qunntiliis to suit. Applv to ihc
PACIFIO NAVIGATION CO.
Household' Furniture for Sale" f
THE undersigned disircs to sell, her
entile household furniture, con
sisting ot MncK walnut, hair cloth,
parlor set complete; bedroom set, chef,
fouler, neurlyncw; kitchen stove and.
utensils;1 nlso n" variety of- furnishings
too numerous to mention. Apply im
mediately at 148 Onion Street.
113 tf MM CROOKS.
" SOlvrETHnSTGr XBW.
Labor Saving :':'; Sof
WHAT ALL Families lintels nnd
Laundries need. For sale at W.
E. IIcrVick'sTurnlng Shop, Bftliol St.,
by (77 2m) WM. H. HI DDY.
Election) of Olllcers, Halit
wa Sugar Company.
AT ho nni.uil meeting of the Stock.
holders f the Haluwn Sugar Co.,
held August 17 h, 1881, tho following
oillccr were chojcn for tho cur cut year:
Mr. Jplin 11. Paty ,.;. 1'rcsjdcnt :
" P. C. Jones "... Trensuicr
" .1. O. Carter hecrttary
" G.J. Rosb ,....Aiidllor i
Messrs, Tlios.lt. Foster and James A.
Hopper, Directors. J, O. CAHTEH, '
Socretary IIalan Supir Co
Honolulu. August 17.18. IPfl lm
Beef ! Beef !
H. Hackfeld & Co.
f " ..- . f M 'T
L. E. SPERRY,
Jeweler and Engraver,
1?. 'JUnnuutt, AVtt5lumilei',
NO. 6JI, FORT BTHEKT,
Eugrayli)K' nnd Monograms executed
In tho highest style, and jewelry
OliK mado to order. 3m
XV aoir 3JCakox
rJCiiniiiiluir, A ,-,',
Only Restaurant in Town Owned and
Eun by a White Man. Employ
ing no Chinese Waiters.
Firt cln bo ml by the w eek, month or
transient. Specinl accommodation for
ladles and families.
CSTReading parlors open for guests
of the house. The coMest dining looms
intthe city. N(
1091m . i '
NO FLIES. , r.
O Luso Hawaiiano.
A' LL persons
nho.'vfnnt tof communi-
J. cnto with the Pottupuese, either
for buhiness, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helpf, will find it
the most protltnble wuy to ndcrti6u in
tho Luso fawaiifwo, the" new organ" of
tho PortUiruoie cDlpny, -which is pub.
llshcd on Merchant sticet, Gazette Duild.
ing, (I'osi.OlHce Letter Bo B.), and
only charges icasoriuibleT rntes for adver
tisements. . if
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AS'D COPYIST.
Books and Acconntbfn atlyandtCorri cU
ly kc p;, nho nil klid, of copying' ,'t;
Ofllccl wlti Hu tr.co &'l o:
I i,0i VA
Ice dreai Parlorsi
TS'o. 85 IIotulBStrocst.
Delicious flavored Ico Cream mado
from pure Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices,
Sherbet, Ice Cream Drinks and many
other rafrcshments can hu found always
at this really first-claps rcfort. Olioca
Confectionery and Cakes in great
Families, Parties Balls and Weddings
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For tho convcuicnco of tliff.inibllQ-jv
pack orders for Jco Crcapi J;i Patenc
Refrigerator Cans, which holoTfrom' 1 tQi
40 Quarts, warranted to keep lis deliuht-
ful flavor and perfect form fpc,ihny,
. -- , i-n-P i
fQr.TliQ "ElUojIoe tCream jParloriiro'
open tlally untllrl.1 r, ,( J38 ly
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