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MONDAY,, SEPT. M,"l88fi.
WW DAILa? BULLETS SUMMARY l HONOLULU, H, X., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER U, 1885,
Stmr 0 It Bishop from Kauai
Stmr Likcllko from Wind waul PorN
Stmr Iwalanl from ICiuiai
Stmr .Ins Mnkco from Ivnhului
Sehr F.huknl from Wahilim
Schr AVnhnalu from llllo
Sehr Millo .Morris from Kv:i
Stmr Wahnaualo from Wnimannlo
Sehr Josephine from Kwa
' DEPARTURES. "
Stmr Lchua for Kalmlul
Stmr Mokolll from Molokul
Stmr .Tas 1 Dowsctt for Molokul
Schr Manuokawal for Koolau
FOREIGN ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
Sept. 1st Bktne Mary Wlnklemun,
Backus, from Sun Francisco.
Sept. 12th Bgtnc VQ Irwin, Turner,
from San Francisco
Sept. Ht S. S. Alameda for S. F.;
bark C. O. Whltmoie. Thompson, for
Sept. 2nd Bktne Discovery, Meyers,
for San FraneUeo.
Sept. lth Bark Freno, T.evl. for
S S Zealaiulla for Australia
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Marlpoa for San Francisco
Stmr Likcllko for Windward Poi Is
Stmr Iwnlnnl for Kauai
Stmr C 11 Bishop for Ilamakua
Stmr Ktlauca Hon for Windward Ports
Sehr Hulcakala for Pepeekeo
Schr AVaimalu for Paukaa
Schr Ehukal for Walalua
' VESSELS IN PORT.
8 S Mariposa, Hayward
Bktne Mary WInkleinan, Backus
Bktne Ella, Howe.
Bgtne Claus Spreckcls, Drew
From Kauai, per steamer Iwalani.
September 13 Captain II M Hayward,
II 0 Spalding, Master K Boyd, E E
Conant. Walter Dole, Herbert Dole,
Mrs Aukal and child, E II Rogers, Miss
Kate Rogers, Miss Nellie AVntcrhousc,
Mr Ilanoekc and two children, lion W
E Rowell, Ah Slug, Ho Wen, Julius
Tltcoinb and wife, Mrs A Spencer and
child, Miss Alice Shaw, E Lewis and
From Hanalel and Wainnae, per stmr
OK Bishop, September 12 Mrs J W
Hatfield and 4 children, Mrs D Kellct,
Mrs L Kalilbaum and 4 children, Miss
Emma Hatfield, Hon II A Wldcmann,
Miss F Luce, Moses Mahcloua, O J
Holt, wife and two children, J Knkina,
L Nee Sing and 35 deck.
From.the Volcano, etc., pei steamer
Likellkc, September 13 Win G Irwin,
J A Buck, A Moore, Col C P Iaukea, F
A Thompson, A Geerlug, J Crowdcr, J
Hunt, Geo Gray, L C Lyman, Miss G
Porter, E W Hitchcock, Miss L Lyman,
Miss II Stillman, Miss A West, A M
Brown, Miss M Brown, Mrs Nakapuahi,
J Kupau and servant, Mrs S Kupau,
Miss L Kupau, Major A Rosa, Mnrshal
J II Soper, Rev Father Lconorc, Mrs F
A Beckwitb and 2 children, Mrs J Zab
lan and child, Col Geo W Macfarlane, E
C Macfarlane, W II Cornwell, 0 A Hug,
W J Forbes, Miss L A Fitzsimmons, C
P Peterson, W L Peterson, Miss N M
Lowrie, A B Sperry and wife, Mrs S W
A Henderson, A Straker, Miss Mist, II
Cooper, G Cooper, Miss Bella Woods
and servant. Miss Mabel Ladd, C L
Wight, Miss Mary Wilder, Miss B Wells.
G K Wilder, Miss A Ronton, Miss E
Kenton, Miss Kate Lewis, Miss K
Hinds, Miss M R Hitchcock, Miss M R
Wells, Miss M A Atkins, M Louison,
G C Toomer, Miss M S Rhodes, Miss P
Rhodes, Miss Eliza L Kauchnku, Miss
M Kanalu, Miss L Kclllaa, Samson Pa
lama, A Rhodes, G Fearn, C R Collins,
Thos Pedlcr, B Zablan, Jos Zablan.D
Mackenzie, Miss E A Carter, Miss F N
Carter, E Halstead and wife, F B Oat,
Mrs Neill, Mrs S Obed and child, Mrs
Sam Nowlein, Miss Akelca, Miss L
Maktdua, Mrs D R Vida, Miss E K
Nowlein, H CYida,F Vida, Mrs R II
Baker and son, C Bossc, Miss Annie
Akong, and 140 deck.
Passengers for San Francisco per S S
Alameda, Sept 1st Cabin: Slgnor A
Farini, Hon Godfrey Rhodes and wife,
A J.Baldwiu and family, II A Voss, Mrs
Geo Howard, J Simmons, Hon A S
Hartwcll, wife, 7 children and 2 ser
vants: Mrs M Gilmau, Miss Mabel
Hartwcll, W W Chaplin and wife, R W
Curtis, A Herbert, T R Foster, Rev F A
Bcckwith, Lee Kan, Mrs Capt Newell,
J F McKenzie, S Roth, MissL Gucrnoy,
Mrs T F Lansing and 2 children and II
A Boss. Steerage M Leo Monte, W
Costa, J Rosalia, Sirs R Costa and
daughter, J Costa, Mrs J F Wilson, Mrs
Prinz and 2 children, A II N'yinnrk,
Lee Quong, F Kanlnsky, F Lutswickc,
H Hodgson, Sun Lee, Geo Hobbs, J
Rodriquo and -wife, L Guide!!, C E Han
son, L Kualawa, P Bergben, ARTai,
L A Scott, J Donovan, G II Talbot.
Stmr Kilauea Hon brought 1,400 bags
Stmr Llkellko brought 1,032 bags of
sugar, 70 hides and 257 goat skins.
The Llkolike reports lino weather to
windward with the exception of Fri
day night when It rained very hard.
Scow loads of stone are being hauled
out to the light house for tho new
The purser of tho steamer Bishop re
ports rough weather at Kapaa Thursday
Steamer Jas Makco sails on Wednes
day at.8 :i m for Wuianae, Walalua, Ki
lauea and Hauulcl. Shu takes 15,000
bricks, 50 bbls of lime for Kilauea, also
about 27 tons of rail-road iron in transit
Tho steamer O It-Bishop sails to-morrow
noon for Hamukua. There lias
been no steamer at Honokaa and Ku-
kulhaele for two weeks. Sho will tako
hi paddy nt Walnninu, one of the rough
est porta on Hawaii.
tiThe bchooner Wulchu, Capt Klbllng,
left Waimea Tuesday wltli 20 or 30 na
tive excursionists for Nlhoa at 2 a
head, After stopping at Nllhau on
Wednesday for fish sho proceeded on her
way, and on Friday was still in Sight of
Nllhau becalmed. The party expect to
remain on Ninon for three days, during
H" m m CD
wliich time Capt Klbllng ivill load
guano. The .party is having a glorious
time living on bread, coffee nmltish.
When the schooner Manuokawal got
in the channel last, Monday on her way
to Koolau, sho was struck by a squall
that carried .away her jlbbooin. On
Friday night when off Koolau, Oahu,
she became becalmed and as there was
a strong current anchors were dropped
to prevent tho vessel from drifting
ashore. At 2 am, a stiff breeze came
and when heaving; on the anchors tho
cable broke. A few fathoms of chain
and the anchor were lost.
The steamer lwalaui call at Nllhau
this trip for sheep and wool.
The Ella received some sugar from
the Kilauea Hon this morning.
Schr Rainbow was hove down to-day
to be cleaned.
Steamer Iwalatii brought 302 bags of
sugar, 80 bags of rice,7 bags of peanuts,
4 cows, 3 calves, 100 sheep and 10 hides.
Steamer C R Bishop brought COO bags
of paddy, and 124 bags of rice.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lewis & Co. have Ahuimanu
Ranch Butter on hand at all times.
Tin: Oceanic defeated the Married
Men's club at hascball on Saturday,
by a score of 11 to 12.
Chikami:k were very diligent this
morning in going about town offering
five percent, premium for gold.
Dn. G. A. Rawson lias resigned
his position as Government physician
at liana, Maui, owing to ill health.
A buggy driven bj' Purser Guard
of the Mariposa had two wheels
disherit on Saturday, on Bcretania
It is reported that Minister Ka-
pena leaves for the States by the
Mariposa to-morrow on some secret
The Mariposa sails at noon to
morrow for San Francisco. Corres
pondents are referred to the Post
Office notice elsewhere.
Hox. John Richardson gave a
luau by way of opening his new
house at the Kahakuloa stock ranch,
on Thursday evening last.
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Tins is the last week of Mr. N.
S. Sachs' clearing sale, of which
all who desire to share in the great
bargains going should take notice.
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On account of the rain yesterday
Long Branch was almost deserted.
There was only one bather there,
and he says the water was splendid.
Cavt. McGregor of tho schooner
Manuokawai reports every prospect
of the coming rico crop at Koolau
being the largest ever taken off in
Tin: Mormons at Laic, Oahu, arc
said to have started a brass band.
Thoy nave received the instruments
and tho native Mormons are now
being taught how to play them.
Tin: Likcliko had a very large
passenger list from the Volcano and
windward ports. Chief Steward
Brooks had his hands full, and ac
quitted himself to universal satis
faction. This Hutchinson Plantation Com
pany and the Hilo Sugar Company
held their annual meetings this
morning and re-elected their olllcors.
Further than this, nothing special
Business men nay this was an un
usually dull Monday morning. There
is a general looking forward to tho
sugar harvest, with strong hopes of
an improved market, to usher in a
This afternoon a Chinaman's
horse and dray, driven by a native,
and loaded with merchandise, were
backed overboard at tho Wilder S.
S. wharf, and tho horse, vehicle and
goods were lost.
Mit, Louksok, who returned from u
trip to Kohala by the Likelike, says
he never saw the cane look so well.
Everything is booming on the plan
tation. Similar reports comes from
all parts of the Islands.
AMOTiir.ii rainy Sunday was yes
terday. Hawaiian soil can stand
any amount of rain. The roads are
already dry, except where the mud
is deep. Planters and ranchmen
present the pleasantcst brows to the
Mu. Edgar Halstead, of "Wainlua,
and Miss Nannie Armstrong, daugh
ter of George Armstrong-, of Wai
hce were married on Friday evening
last at Wailuku, Maui, and the
young couple arrived in Honolulu
o . .
Mr.. J. Lyons, of the late llrm sf
Lyons & Levey, has associated with
him in business Mr. L. L. Cohen,
and the new firm will continue the
auctioneering and commission busi
ness at the old stand, corner of Fort
and Queen streets.
Tin: artesian well boring at Ka
huku is progressing favorably. A
depth of 100 feet was reached on
Friday last. For two weeks, the
boring has been through hard rock.
There arc sure indications of a
copious flow of water.
Mn. Lewis J. Levey, of the late
firm of Lyons & Levey, has taken
temporary quarters for the auction
eering business in the store next to
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.'s, Fort
street. In his card he announces a
cash saje for Thursday next.
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Makiki and Young streets near
the baseball grounds are in a fright
ful state. Large algeroba trees,
shrubbery and ruts are too plentiful.
Alakca street is in the usual boggy
condition after the rain, and will be
so after every shower until the grade
The Misses McAllister, Henry
Waterhouse and wife, Capt. Ayers
and wife, J. M. Buck, M. R..Hitch-
I cock, J. Bertram, Miss Young, A.
Youpg, Jr., R. S. Smith, A. Straker,
A. Henderson and Miss F. A. IJeck
I with are booked to leave by the
This morning Mr. A. Dias, on
behalf of his daughter, Miss Chris
tian Dias, entered an action in the
Supreme Court for breach of pro
mise of marriage, claiming 82,000
damages, Against Frank Gilliland.
The interesting case, wliich is a real
novelty here, will be tried at the
An expert in sugar culture says
Lahaina is the best sugar growing'
spot to lie found anywhere, and that
for a plantation to equal it he would
select a portion of the Kahuku ranch
on this island. It is to lie hoped
that the experiment of sugar-growing
by small farmers may beforo
long bo practically tested at Kahuku.
Mit. Steiner, of tho Elite parlors
left here at 8 o'clock Thursday
morning on a tramping expedition
over tho Pali. He arrived at Wai-
manalo at 12 o'clock, having made
tho distance in four hours. Ho
says that he enjoyed the walk very
much, but having worn out his shoes
returned to Honolulu by tho steamer
Thkuk was a glass-ball shooting
match at Kahului on Saturday last
between seven sports. Thero were
ten balls of 20 yards rise for each
man. The following is tlio list of
the contestants and the total num
ber of balls broken by each : II.
Grother, 8; W. 11. Lawrence, (i;
AY. M. Coffee, 6 ; G. P. Wilder, 1 ;
San Sing, 8 ; P. Mondt, 2, and A.
F. Hopko, 0.
Ykstkihuy afternoon, at Palama,
Mr. A. T. Baker was putting a
spirited and large young bay horso
through soino facings, by way of
breaking him, when the animal broke
away and dashed down town with a
set of harness on him. Ho was'
recovered shortly after and towed
back to the training ground at tho
tail of an express carriage.
Rix'KNtlv Road Supervisor Hart
had tho driveway on the mauka side
of the Government building raised,
to prevent the rain water from set
tling there as it used to do. There
is room for a good deal of levelling
up on the paths and borders on that
side of the j'ard. To-day the grass
is being trimmed on the lawn adjoin
ing the Survey building, which now
far surpasses any other part of the
grounds in beauty.
Some residents of Palam.a arc in
danger of being hauled up for com
mon nuisance, from indulging so
frequently in revolver practice as to
annoy the neighborhood. It is not
uncommon to hear pistol shots even
in the dead of night. If the result
appeared in any diminution of the
baying of dogs in that locality,
which has long been a howling
nuisance, the shooters would have
some extenuation of their offense.
But the dogs arc as lusty-tongiied
Marshal Soper found most of the
shops atllilo dealing in beer. Sus
pecting it was of a strengtii within
the palo of tho liquor law, he ordered
the sale of it to cease. All the
dealers except two natives, Kana
and Kuikui, obeyed the order.
These two persisting in the traffic
were arrested and placed in the lock
up. The Marshal brought samples
of the beer to Honolulu and had
them analyzed.' They yielded six
percent, of alcohol, which is above
the strength of English ale.
L. L. wants a situation as lima or
contractor on a' plantation.
Alex. Flohr, gun and locksmith,
Wilder's Steamship Company,
new arrangement Volcano route.
Lyons & Levey, dissolution.
Lyons & Cohen, co-partnership
Lewis J. Levey, business notice.
Wr. have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut pole cornices, nt
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 124 !)t
The "Central" cigar stand, Pro
prietor J. E. Wiseman, Campbell's
block, Merchant street, has just re
ceived by Mariposa, n choice selec
tion of imported cigars and is now
able to supply all lovers of the weed,
with Genuine Garcia's, l'umaricga's,
Criterion's, Pedro Murea's, Con
ilanza's and A. de Villa's. The best
Manila cigar to be found is at the
"Central." 120 lw
The only original work of the
Life of General Grant, published by
Clins. 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 tho Islands.
Call on them and see prospectus.
All other works are spurious. Bo
careful to subscribe for tho Webster
Edition. 120 lw
Lkwis & Co., Grocery and Pro
vision merchants, beg leave to notify
tho residents of Waikiki and
Kapiolani Park that they deliver
goods in that vicinity twice a week
viz : Tuesdays and Fridays at 1
o'clock. Orders delivered all over
the Plains and Nuuanu Valley every
12J1 !)t Lr.wis & Co.
AN OPIUM ARREST.
Custoin-House Guard Kahawai on
Saturday evening arrested P. Lucas,
becond steward on board the Mari
posa, while the latter was leaving
the Oceanic wharf with four tins of
opium in his possession. When
taken to tho station, Lucas told the
olilccr in charge that more opium
could be found in his room on board
the steamer. With this cue oflleers
instituted a search in the place
designated, and found seventeen
more tins under the mattress. It
appears the guards were suspicious,
on tho previous evening, of tho
bulky look of Lucas's breast pocket,
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 mid OO Hotel Street,
NEW GOODS JTJST KECEIVED ON ICE:
Red Cabbages, Cauliflower, Celery, Eastern Oysters, Pears, Cala Fresh Salmon, do
Coclllsh, do Rook Cod, do Smelts, do Plums, 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, 5 lb. Tins; Dried Aldcn Apples, do Prunes, do Peaches, do .Pears ;
Cala Dried Pigs, Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, Family Mild Cheese, Strong
Cheese, Mackerel, 5 lb. Tins; Mackerel, 25 lb. Kits; Petit Pols, very sninll
nnd very Bwect; French Mushrooms, Dutch Snlad Oil In pints and quarts,
Lucca Salad Oil, Cula Salad Oil, Apples, 2 lb. Tins Butter, Kegs Butter,
Star Ham, Lean B.icon 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 207. (702
E. C. SCHUMAN,
Carriage and. Wagon IMCaker.
x I y r ' 'J'
In lirNt-eluNN manner uiitl priccH to Hiiit the timet-).
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Cm
but as lie did not leave the wharf
they did not interfere witli him.
Y. M. G. A. LECTURE.
Major II. C. Dane will deliver his
second lecture next Friday evening
at 7:30 (instead of 8 o'clock).
Subject, "The Great Naval Battles
of the Kebellion." Those who heard
the eloquent gentleman last Friday
evening need no words of commend
ation to attest his ability to interest
and please. The proposed lecture,
while different in character, is
equal in merit to the former,
and will doubtless draw a crowded
Y. M. C. A. CLASS.
The Y. M. C. A. have secured
Prof. Yarndlcy to tcacli a class in
Tocal music in their hall during the
fall and winter months. . The Asso
ciation desire to make this class of
practical value to the largest possi
ble number of 3'oung men and young
ladies in our city ; nnd cordially in
vite all desiring musical training,
whether ai beginners, or as more
advanced pupils, to meet the pro
fessor in the Hall to-morrow (Tues
day) evening at 7:!50, to confer to
gether and organize such classes as
may be desired. ' S. I). Fuuxit,
HAWAIIAN HOTEL CONCERT.
This morning Honolulu's second
lent was formally broken by the
cheerful notes of the baud from the
Iolani Palace verandahs. A public
concert will bo given at the Hawaii
an Hotel at 7:!1() o'clock this even
ing, when the 'following programme
will bo played:
March Dcllllr Faust
Overture Titus Mo.art
Ballad Morning. Beethoven
Selection Mai co Vit-cnut! Petrella
Pill Anno, Mahlna Malamalauia,
Selection Patience Sullivan
Gavotte Tho Stars Eaton
Waltz .Summer Evening.... Waldteufel
Polka Ionian Ward roper
Prof. Uerger has put in his vaca
tion by composing a long list of new
pieces of music for the band.
Jas. It. Holt, Jr., vs. l)r. J. Bro
dic, replevin, continued from 27th
Aug. and 7th Sep!. Judgment for
plaintiff Slft.iri. An appeal noted
to Intermediary Court.
Tax collectors obtained Judg
ments against A. K. Kuuuiakea for
880.40 j aqd Frank Mctcalf, for
831.20, Several other 'actions of
assumpsit were called, some of which
were found to havo been settled out
of court, and others were continued.
P. Petero and Kamakau paid SO
for drunkenness on Saturday.
Ah Kau pleaded guilt' to violat
ing Express Rule No. 0 yesterday,
and forfeited $0.
P. M. Lucas, for importing opium,
pleaded guilty and was remanded
for sentence until to-morrow.
W. T. Macdonald, charged with
driving an unlicensed express, was
remanded until the 15th.
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS
EniToit Hci.i.etin: Iu reply to
Mr. J. E. Wiseman of Saturday
last, all I have to say is, my pros
pectus can be inspected by any com
mittee of respectable gentlemen of
Honolulu, along with his(Webstcr's),
whose claim to having the original
copy of Gen. Grant 1 do not deny,
as far as one volume is concerned,
but why should Webster and Mark
Twain try and make capitol out of
the non-existence of a second vol
ume? My book is complete in one
volume, (100 pages, 100 illustrations,
and will be found to contain the
exact original manuscript written by
Gen. Grant up to his death and
taken care of by his son Jesse and
sent to publishers iu time so as to
supplant an' intrigue of two volumes,
when there is really onlj' one, and
tho extra price for Webster's con
demns it already in San Francisco.
T. K. M.
A Swanton 4-year-old, who has a
drum and is not slow to beat it,
beard a hand organ the other day,
nnd was particularly struck with the
fact that tho organ-grinder took up
a collection. After tho "musician"
had departed the little fellow re
marked: "I don't drum any more
only for money. St. Albun's ( Vt)
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Account!! neatly and correct
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Office) with Hustueo A: Bo.
bertson. 8'.l If
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALU pcrtons who want to communi.
cutu with tho Poitugucso, cither
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or uny other helps, will llnd It
the most profitable way to advertise In
the I.ino Jlawaiiauo, the new organ of
the Portuguese colony, which in pub
lished on Merchant strict, Gazelle Build.
ing,(PostOIllco Letter Box E.), and
only charges reasonable rate) for advertisements.
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