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Mn gut Hit SJttiUtin.
KltlDAY, SEPT. 11, 1885.
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Bktno Kllktt.it from Port Townscml
Stmr .las Mnkco from Kapaa
Stmr W G Hall for Maul and Hawaii
Sobr l.lliollbo for Piinaluu
Stmr Jas Makeofor Knliuliit
Sclir Lcahl for Hanalcl
Sclir Wullclo for Laupahoehoe
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Mariposa, liny ward
Bktuo Mary Wlukleman, Backus
Bktno Ella, Howo
Bgtuo Clans Sprcckcls, Dicw
Tho schooner Wallclo takes to-day U5
. tons of black sand for Kawallahllalil,
and 15,000 feet of lumber for a now
The steamer Jas Makeo arilvcd from
Kapaa this morning with the double
effect from ICcalla for Kahulul. She bad
to eomo to Honolulu to perfect arrange
ments with Wilder S S Co to land the
machlnciy at Knbulul. She sailed again
at two o'clock this afternoon and Is ex
pected back on Tuesday nioinleff.
Tlie bktno Klikltat, C.ipt Cutter, ar
ilvcd this morning, L'S days 'from Port
Townsend, with filil,S3: feet of rough
lumber, 111,087 feet of dicsscd lumber,
9,000 pickets, 25.000 lath", 10,000 shln
gics'and one halo of sample hay. She
is consigned to llabkfeld to .Co, and Is
docked near the foot of Fort street dis
charging. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Skatino at the Yosemito
Mil. II. F.
Glade is able to be
Oceanics and Married Men con
test the honors of baseball at Ma
id ki to-morrow.
ArrucATioss for land are already
reaching the promoters of the new
land colonization scheme.
' Lyons & Levey sell Mrs. J. Ro
danet's furniture at 51 Berctania
street, at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Fisiiurmek were numerous along
the city front this morning. Thoso
near the barkentine Ella were very
successful in catching the moilii.
TioAD Supervisor Hart is reported
to have bought a mammoth umbrel
la, which he will hoist over his car
riage to keep the rain off the
On our fourth page will be found
something about Sam Jones, the now
famous Southern negro revivalist,
which a friend has handed us for
Tun next term of Fort Street
School will begin on Monday, the
14 th inst. ' It is particularly re
quested that all new pupils present
themselves on that day.
Tiikijk was nothing done in the
Police Court this morning, except
the trial of a case commenced yester
day for alleged malicious injury.
The prisoner was adjudged not
guilty and discharged.
Tin: Hawaiian Investment Agency
have forclosed the mortgage ol Chas.
Houseman, of Son Francisco, on
the railroad used by the Kilauea
Sugar Co. for carrying cane to the
mill. The R.E. is owned 'by Mr.
Houseman and has heretofore been
leased to tho Kilauea Sugar Co.
The Press accuses the Bulletin,
in effect, of taking an item of bogus
news from its columns. Tho Press
has taken many, items from tho Bul
letin, but they were all genuine.
After our fresh contemporary's con
fession, the public will know where
not to go for trustworthy informa
Tun Queen's Ownk had a street
drill last evening, commanded by
Gapt. O'Connor. There was a good
attendance of members. Setting-up
drill, saluting facings, marching in
column of companies and platoons,
and forming rallying square to resist
cavalry, were the exereises. Tho
above movements were creditably
Mn. Henry Harrison, a clerk in
the Hawaiian Hotel, was thrown out
of a break whilo driving a spirited
horse to Waikiki yesterday. Pitch
ing forward over the dashboard, he
held on to one of the shafts for a
few moments, and then dropped on
the road. He sustained but slight
injuries, but it was a very narrow
Mauchant has received
J steamer n lot of those fine
Just received a well selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, dircctfrom
Winsor & Newton, London, per Imik
Orienle. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 121 3t
1 ' ' The "Central" cigar stand, Pro
prietor J. E. Wiseman, Campbell's
block, Merchant street, has jiibt re
ceived by Mariposa, a choico selec-
- i' tion of imported cigars and is now
- able to supply all lovers of the weed.
HHUfl r K m jrJL .M ft r ,H K Hr .H Hr Hf B m L Jw H m I
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with Genuine Garcia's, Pumariega's,
Criterion's, Pedro Murea's, Con
fianza's and A. do Villa's. The best
Manila cigar to be found is at the
"Central." 120 lw
Tin: only original work of the
Life of General Grant, published b
Clias. L. Webster & Co., of New
York, is now in tho hands of J. E.
Wiseman, General Business Agent,
and J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co., who
have the sole agency for the Islands.
Call on them and see prospectus.
All other woiks arc spurious. Be
careful to subscribe for the Webster
Edition. 120 lw
To the people of Honolulu: Mr.
Wiseman informs us that his Book
containing the Life of General Grant
is the only genuine book. It is pre
pared and published by Mark Twain,
and Webster of New York. General
Grant did not finish one volume
when death came. Then where do
the two volumes come from? The
Mark Twain and Webster Book is a
failurc.in San Francisco.
Yours respectfully, '
Agent for W. K. Batch's Life of
Avery & Palmer, house and lot
F. A. Schacfer & Co., fire clay
and brick, cements and salt.
Mechanic's Benefit Union, meeting
C. J. Fishel, grand opening.
A STRANCE ACCIDENT.
A peculiar and painful accident
happened to Mr. II. S. Davidson, of
the Survey Department, yesterday.
He was playing short stop in a prac
tice game of the Honolulu baseball
club, and in throwing a ball from
field to first base gave his right arm
a wrench that broke a bone between
the shoulder and elbow. The crack
of the bone was heard all over the
field. Mr. Davidson was diiven to
his rooms on Emma street, where
Doctors McGrcw treated the injured
A ROYAL EXCURSION.
His Majesty the King goes to
Kona by the steamer W. G. Hall
this afternoon. He will be attended
by the Chamberlain, Hon. C. H.
Judd, and a retinue of about fifteen
servants. By the same boat the
Princess Likcliko takes her daughter,
the Princess Kaiulani, to Knawaloa,
Hawaii, on a visit for the benefit of
the little princess's health. Miss
Gardinier, governess to tho latter,
and ten servants attend their Royal
Highnesses. Mrs. J. W. Robertson
and Mrs. Geo. Becklcy accompany
THE LECTURER OF TO-NIGHT.
The San Francisco Evening' Bul
letin says "Major Dane is classed
among the most entertaining and
brilliant talkers in the field of mo
dern lectin ers, and his popularity
has bden attested by a succession of
largo assemblies in San Francisco."
Tho Call says "Major Dane has a
pleasing voice, and his graphic and
thrilling narrative of Alpine climb
ing held his audience spellbound for
nearly two hours." Tho Chronicle:
"The lecturer gave a glowing des
cription of tho historical points of
interest, tho ruined castles and their
legends, tho flesh-creeping horrors
of the underground dungeons, ami
the implements of torture stored in
them, and held his hearers spell
bound at the close with a thrilling
account of the hazards and soul
stirring impressions experienced in
the ascent of an Alpine peak in thu
company of a party of scientists."
Last evening Mr. Chas. II. Nicoil
and Miss Frances M. Lack were
united in the bonds of matrimony at
Fort street Church by tho Rev.' K.
0. Oggel. Long beforo tho appoint
ed time tho church was crowded,
many standing in the vestibule, all
m mwLjmm v mrm jm vmr m 3
eager to get a good look at the
bride. In the church at the head of
the center aisle were three floral
arches, from the apex of one of
which hung a marriage bell of ever
greens and white flowers. Under
this device the couple stood during
the ceremony. At 7 :30 o'clock it
was announced that the wedding
party had arrived, and the organ
struck up a wedding march. The
ushers were Messrs. G. Koch, G.
Garstens, R. W. Podmore and O.
Swain; the groomsmen, Mr. II.
Wilson, Mr. E. Jones and Mr. J.
McGuire ; and the bride'sraauls, Miss
Dora.IIolm, Miss Lizzie Campbell
and Miss Alice Love. The bride's
dress was beautiful. The basque
and train (two yards long) were
composed of French corded silk,
cream white. Hanging from her
head was a veil of white tulle, with
a handsome wreath of orange blos
soms and white lilacs. She wore a
bunch of flowers at the corsage,
some on the sleeves, and from the
left side of the drapery across the
front of the dress was a string of
beautiful flowers. The drapery
was made of real Breton lace and
the basque was trimmed with the
same. Gloves and slippers were of
white kid. After the ceremony the
bridal couple left the church to hold
a reception at the residence of the
bride's mother, Emma street. The
Royal Hawaiian Band was there,
and opposite the house were tents
for the evening's festivities. The
newly-married couple will spend
their honeymoon at Waikiki and
afterwards reside at 53 Emma street.
A FINE BUlLDiNC.
A fine addition has been made to
the mercantile architecture of the
city by Mr. Chas. J. Fishel. This
new building, corner of Fort and
Hotel streets, is about completed.
The building is of brick covered
with cement, and stands on the site
of the store burned Jan. 21 last; is
two stories high, fronting 40 feet on
Fort, and G5 feet on Hotel street.
The inside is elegantly finished, and
fitted up. Each of tho windows on
the lower flat consists of a single
piece of ten foot plate glass, which,
the proprietor informed our reporter,
is the largest plate in the city. The
show glasses arc well arranged so
as to exhibit the goods with proper
effect and at the same time leave
plenty room for customers and sales
men to move about. For some two
weeks past Mr. Fishel and his as
sistants have been engaged in un
packing and- arranging their new
stock. The displays of staple and
fancy goods are elaborate and ex
tensive. The millinery department
is in the upper flat and is reached
by an easy stairway. Everything
in the millinery lino to please the
most artistic fancy can be seen here.
A couple of largo show cases on
this floor have a specially beautiful
spread of silk and velvet flowers,
and other fine specimens of the mil
liner's handiwork. The lady in
charge of this department shows an
exquisitely worked plush embroi
dered lambrequin of her own mak
ing, a very pretty article. The
whole establishment will bo open to
the inspection of the public this
evening, when a promenade band
concert will bo given. Sales will
not commence, however, until to
morrow. We congratulate Mr.
Fishel on his new establishment and
wish him a long and successful
Wednesday, Sept. 9th,
John Brown vs. IS. P. Adams tt
al. An appeal by defendants from
Police Court, Honolulu. Plaintiff in
person, Mr. II. IS. Avery for de
fendants. Ol'INIOX 1Y judd, c, J.
This is an action of trovor to re
cover 8185, the alleged value of cer
tain furniture sold by defendants as
auctioneers under instructions from
tho proprietors of tho Saratoga
House, aud against tho protest of
plaintiff who claimed that the dis
tress upon which the furniture was
seized was illegal.
1 I think the distraint was with
out authority of law. The plaintiff
engaged board and lodging at SG0
per month at the Saratoga House.
The bills presented to him so state
his indebtedness to be. The Act
only authorizes a distraint for rent.
2 I think the auctioneer is liable.
He sold the goods after notice that
tho seizure was illegal. Upon the
authority of Lord Ellenborough in
Hardacrc vs. Stewart, 5 Esp., 103,
where an auctioneer sells goods after
express notice that they do not be
long to tho defendants, ho makes
himself quasi a principal and sold
that to which hi3 employer had no
title. He had possession of the
goods ; they were in his warehouse
and he sold and delivered them to
tho purchasers. This was conver
sion in law.
3 As to the value of the furni
ture, I think there should be an
abatement from their value when
Judgment for plaintiff for S105
A. F. Judd,
Chief Justice Supreme" Court.
HARD TIMES IN JAPAN.
In the native papers paragraphs
meet the eye in which whole vilages
are reputed to be reduced to desti
tution, and the Hochi Shimbun de
clares that "the paupers wandering
about Tokio arc now numbered by
thousands." Of tho sad state of
affairs in the country districts some
idea may be formed from a state
ment published in the last issue of
the Jiji Shimpo to the effect that by
recent investigations the arrivals of
men who have come to the metrop
olis as jinriskisha coolies, during
the past fow months, have reached
8,000, which go to swell the redund
ant number of those engaged in
that precarious occupation for a
livelihood. Additional evidence is
afforded of the pressure of poverty
by the numbers, far in excess of re
quirements, offering to emigrate to
Honolulu and to Yesso, which latter,
from tho 'severity and duration of
its winters, does not rccomend itself
to tho inhabitants of the main island.
Tho disposition of all employers
to dispense with men who drink to
excess when they can get sober ones
is on the increase. Twenty years
ago the newspapers of all large cities
were frequently the nests and roost
ing places of a lot of "hard citi
zens." They are banished now. An
interceder for a discharged drunkard
from a morning paper recently
begged the editor to remember that
"Jim has a wife and two children to
support." "It so happens," re
plied the editor, "that the sober
man whom I have put in Jim's place
has a wife and four children. It
should always be remembered that
every expulsion of a bummer leaves
a position for a decent man. We
don't run an inebriate asylum or a
moral reforma'tory." That sound
principle is pervading all trades,
professions and occupations. "Jack
asses and savants to the rear!" was
tho order in Napoleon's Egyptian
campaigns on the ovo of a battle.
"Hummers and boozers totne rear v
is the order all along the line of
business. Business is getting to bo
more and more a conflict, and all
useless baggage and camp followers
must get out of the way. Detroit
exclaimed a South
visiting her aunt
omu Miim B"'t
near Lincoln Park, "wo'vo got wire
strains in our windows, too."
"Screens, you mean, don't you,
Emma?" "No, I mean btruins.
I guess I know wlmt I'm talking
about." "Well, what arc your
strains used for?" "To strain tho
air, of course." Chicago JlerUld.
' Tho population of Dakota ia about
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
or mitt OI Hotel Street".
NEW GOODS JTJST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, O.uiliilowcr, Celery, Eastern Oysters, Pear, Cala Fresh Salmon, do
Codllsh, do Hock Cod, do Smelts, do I'lums, do Lobsters, do Shrimps do
Orape, do 1'oais, do Peaches Roll Butler.
ALSO Smolad Salmon, do Halibut, do Herrings do Beef, do Sausages; Salmon
Bellies t lb. Tins; Dried Alden Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do Pears;
Cala l)i led Figs Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Familv Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, C lb. Tins; Mackerel, 125 11). Kits; Petit Pois, very small
and very sweet; French Mushrooms, Dutch Salad Oil in pints and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cala Salad Oil, Apples, S lb. Tins Butter, Kegs Butter,
Star Ham, Lean Bacon ami a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Goods duliveied free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 240, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (702
E. C. SCHUMAN,
Carriajre and W agron. BXalcex
In Hi-si-oltiNK jiuiimci tvncl
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W.
ANNING'S IbLAKD GUANO in
quantities to suit. Apply to tnc
COTTAGE TO LET.
NO. 4U Emma street, near Sheldon
piuiuscs, containing four rooms,
kitchen and pantry, with out.buirding
containing two rooms. Apply to
J. M MONSARHAT, '.'" Merchant St.
Household Furniture for Sale !
THE undersigned desires to sell her
entire household furniture, nun
sisling ot hlaCK walnut, hair cloth,
patlor set complete; bedroom set, chef
fonicr, nourlvncwj kitchen fctove and
ulciibils; also a aricty of furnishjngs
too numerous to mention. Apply im.
mediately at M8 Queen Street.
113 tf MKS. CltOOKS.
" SOMETHING 1STEW.
Labor Saving Soft Soap.
WHAT ALL Families, Hotels and
Laundries need. For sale at W.
E. llcrrick's Turning Shop, Bethel St ,
by (77 2m) WM. II. HUDDY.
Election of Officers, Iltiln
wa Sugar Company.
AT thu annual meeting of tho Stock,
holders of the llalawa Sugar Co.,
held August 17lh, J8tn, the following
olllcerj were chosen for the current year:
Mr. John II. Paly President
" P. C. Jones Treasurer
" J. O. drier Secretary
" G.J. Boss Auditor
Messrs Thos. U. Foster and James A.
Hopper, Dhcctors. .1. O. CABTCK,
Secretary Halawa Sugar Co,
Honolulu, August 17, 1833. 100 lm
L. E. SPERRY,
Jeweler and Engraver,
NO. Kl, FOllT STREET.
Engravings and Monogr.ims executed
In tho liluluMt style, aud low dry
01 made to order. !!m
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder.
HAS on hand and for salo various
sized surf boats, ponstiuctcd on
an improved principle of my own in.
ventlon, each frame being of ono pieco
across the keel. Tho frames aro closer
together, nnd tho boats aio therefore
lluhter and lem liabiu to bllgo In. than
boats of any other build. Each sidu
plank and giuiwalo Is In oneipluce from
stem to stern, and Is consequently not
liable to strain, there being no midship
butts, Tho material nnd workmanship
aro warranted to bo of thu host quality.
Mr. Kobcrt Lowers, of Lowers ifc
Cooko, will attend to thu sale of theso
boats, ana dispose ol mum nt u.iu rruu.
I N W 'im
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prices to Niiii, Hie tlmow.
Lincoln, Contractor & Builder.
ONE Phaeton, 1 Business Wagon, 1
Break, a set of blacksmith's and -wood
workei's tools. Iron and carnage
material. Applv to
10T lm O. HEWCASTLE, 32 King St.
Only Restaurant in Town Owned and
Eun by a White Man. Employ
ing no Chinese Waiters.
Firrt clnss bond by tho week, month or
transit nt. Special accommodation for
ladles and families.
t"ltcading parlors open for guests
of tho bouse. The coolest dining looms
in the city. NO FLIES.
109 lm H. BABBEE.
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL persons who want to communi.
cato with the Poituguese, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will Unci it
tho most nrolitablc way to advertise in
tho Luso Hawaiiano, the new organ of
the Portusueso colony, which is pub
lislicd on Merchant sti let, Gazette Huild.
in;:, (Post.Olllce Letter Box K.), and
only charges icasonible rates for adver
tisements. Jas. W. Robertson,
Hooks and Accounts neatly and c-qi rcct.
ly kept, alto all kinds of copying at
tended to. OMccwUli Huuace & Bo.
bcrtson. ' 8J tf
Yoseiite SMii Rink.
Will bo open evory afternoon nnd cvem j
ings as follows:
Monday, Wciluemlay, Tluu-mlny and
To the public iu general.
Tin-Kilns' ami Friday KvfiiIiieh, mid
Wt'dnrmlay and Haturday
For ladles and their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME;
Grand Carnival Mastiurado on Skates,
Four handsoino prizes to bo ghcii
away ono fortho most elegant cmuime,
tho most original, the best sustained,
and the most comical. Tho Grand May
pole Dance will also be given by 10
dancers. All Intending masquers are
requested to baud it) their names and
procure a pass before Sept. Siitu.
d'HOS. E. WALL, Manager.
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