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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1885.
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Schr Kiiiilkcaoiill from Ivoh.ila
Stun- Jus Makco for ICmuil, vln.Wulumiu
Stmt- Kllauca lion for Windwnid PoiH
Bktnc Klla for Ban Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Kntnbow for ICoolati
Schr Knwallnnl for ICoohut
Schr Knuikcnoull for Kohala
Bglno W O Irwin, Turner
Bktnc Mary Wlnkloman, Backus
Bgtuo Clans Sprcckcls, Drew
For Kauai, per steamer Iwalanl, Sept
in G O Kakavama, Viscount T Torlc,
Lioutlloa C Ulukqu, Kov .T B Hnnnlke.
,hO Pflugor, 0 Bossc. U 0 Spalding,
MU Dora Halm, O Alee, Wong Ifwul.
A Moore. Judge .T It Hripuku, AVI Xnni.
Geo Clnff, II Tregloan, V A Sehiiefcr
uuu :iuuiL iuu ucck. i
, i or wiuuwnru rom per simr l.ikc
likc. Supt 15 Mlsos LMimnn (2). E C
Maefarlane. AValtcr M Glffard. A ling.
Ar II Cornwall, Mrs D It Vlda, V V
Ashford, AV G Ashley. Sam Obed, Mrs
11 II Baker, II Center, E Connnt, Miss
A. D Dccrlng, C J Dcerlng, O Dowda, D
MclCcnzlc, fl M Brown, Miss Ifanlmne,
Miss Lclaloha and 1-10 deck.
The dredge Is at work off the O S .S1
Steamer Likellkc returns on Saturday
morning from "Windward Ports.
. Schr Rainbow takes to-moi row 8,000
bricks, 2,000 ft lumber, some machinery
and cement for Hccla plantation,
Schr.Kaulkeaoull brought 202 bags ofj
ugarund 77 hides. The captain ic
pbrts the schoonerlMalolo at Laupnhoe
lioe when he left.
The bktnc Ella sailed at noon to-day
for San Francisco with 7S3 bags of su-1
gar, 300 bags of rlco and one piano.
Tho Kllkitat Is discharging rapidly.
-Tho'KllkItat and AV G Irwin are the
only foreign traders docked. The Mary
Winklemau is still in the stream and
thcClaus Sprockets is moored off the
Tho house and hull of the Eleu have
beenjrepaintcd and look well.
LQGAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mn. E. A. Schacfcr has gone to
Rkgui.au cash sale by Lyons &
REGur.An cash sale by Lewis J.
tLcvby-to-morrow. --' ' '
. The only cause ton the Civil Court
docket to-da- was settled out ' of
The Government lias made a fro
zen resolve to prosecute people who
do not pay their water rates.
Lyons & Cohen, in an advertise
ment, contradict erroneous state
ments currentrabout their business.
The Royal Hawaiian Band plays
at Kakaako at, 3 o'clock this aftcr-
i noon, for the, pleasure of the lepers.
We have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut pole cornices, at
low prices. King Eros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 12i 8t
Those who know what's what say
the Bulletin .hit one nail on the
head in its editorial on sanitary mas
. ' A PLEASANT.time was had at the
Yosemite Skating Rink last evening.
Mr. "Wall has Had some painting
done inside that sets the rink off
Subject at the. Bethel Union
'prayer-meeting to-night: ."JHeditn
, Uing on God." Ps. 104:34. Usual
week-night services in the Protest
A leading Fort street merchant
says.thc business of his'.flrm, parti
cularly with the plantations, has
been decidedly better the past month
than tho same time, last year,
Flags are flying from Government
buildings, foreign consulates and the
. shipping in port, in honor of the
75th anniversary of the independ
ence of Mexico.
'Wokk will bo resumed on tho
Police Station after the contractor is
through with the Chinese club house.
The material is all there, and there
is no hitch about the money.
The damage by the fire yesterday
.will not amount to more than $75.
' A new fence and gate is already
built, and when whitewashed there
will be nothing to indicate that there
had been a Arc.
The Executors' sale by K. P.
Adams & Co., of balance of stock of
Holies & Co., had a good attendance
this morning, and everything was
. closed out at fair prices. The sale
amounted to about 82,000.
, , 'A struct drill was held ly the
Queen's Own, commanded by Capt.
O'Connor, last evening. Skirmish
ing, charging in lino by companies,
and the lnauuul exercises t wore all
creditably" exeoiileiL There was a
' good attendance of members.
To-day is Mr. Jas. Dodd's birth- i
day. He will be serenaded by the
Royal Hawaiian Band this afternoon,
when the boys will doubtless dis
tinguish themselves in tooting up
tho honors .to the 'man who totes
them round so magnificently on a
TiiKiir. was a fight over a trille,
on Beretania street' last evening,
between two young bloods. There
were hard hits, falling down, rolling
over, and bumping of heads, until
the one who the more affects pugi
listic science cried enough. Then
the combatants went home sorer if
not wiser than before.
The re-opening of the Central
Park Skating Rink last evening was
largely attended. A detachment of
the band was there and played ex
cellent music. The inside walls of
the rink have been painted white
and brilliantly reflect the lamplight.
The floor is perfect in every respect,
tho sound of a single pair of skates
on it being almost inaudible.
AVe arc glad to lenrn that the
Choral and Quintette Clubs begin
their weekly practice in the Gym
nasium building on Fort street to
morrow, at'7:30 p.m. Mr. Yarndley
has invited Prof. Hertz, of Mel
bourne, who will be present and con
duct some of tho choruses intended
for study during the coming winter.
It is hoped that all the members will
be present, as Honolulu cannot afford
to lose its reputation as a musical
and music-loving community.'
In the Supreme Court this morn
'ing, Judge Preston made an order
for'the condemnation and sale of 1 19
packages of merchandise, for hav
ing been brought into the kingdom
under the false and fraudulent pre
tense that they only contained the
articles invoiced, whereas three
hundred and seventy-two ting of
opium were concealed in them. The
Marshal is ordered to sell the goods
at auction on the 25th day of Sep
tember inst. This refers to the
large opium seizure made at a ware
house on the docks two or three
D. P. Smith, Central Park Skating
Lyons & Cohen, special notice.
"W. Austin Whiting, official water
Lyons & Cohen, regular cash sale.
Lewis J. Levey, regular cash sale.
E. P. Adams, homesteads near
Wednesday, Sept. 17th.
Kailianu forfeited bail for drunk
For violation of rule 0, express
regulations, Geo, Patterson forfeited
88; and, for a similar offense, Win;
Hookano was found guilty of
assault and battery on Maio (w.),
line and costs, 810.10.
Mrs. Roe, remanded from yester
day, was sentenced to pay line and
Ahoi, plea guilty to the charge of
having opium inpossession, was re
manded for sentence to the 17th
ATTACHMENT TO NEWSPAPERS.
The strong attachment of sub
scribers to a well-conducted news
paper is fully confirmed by publish
ers. "Stop my paper!" words of
dread to beginners in business, lose
their terror after a paper has been
established for a term of years. So
long as a paper pursues' a just,
honorable, and judicious course,
meeting the want of Us customer,
in all respects, the ties of friend
ship between the subscriber and tho
paper arc as hard to break an out
side third party as the link which
binds old friends in business, or
social life. Occasional defects and
errors in a newspaper aro overlooked
by those who have become attached
to it through its perusal for years.
They sometimes become dissatisfied
with it on account of something
which has slipped into its columns,
and may stop taking it; but the
absence of the familia sheet at their
homes and offices for a few weeks
becomes an unsupportable privation,
and they hasten to take it again,
and possibly apologize for having it
stopped. No friendship on earth is
more constant than that contracted
by the reader for a journal which
makes an honest and earnest effort
to merit it its continued support.
Hence a conscientiously conducted
paper become a favorite in the
family. Country Printer.
THE UNICORN NOT A MYTH.
At'the Asiatic Society of Japan's
late meeting, a Mr. F. W. Eastlako
read a paper on that mythical animal,
tho Kirin or K'ilin or Unicorn, the
last existing specimen of which in
China was brought to Confucius in
the year 480 B. C. This is not the
Biblical unicorn 1he animal whose
name is so translated in the Bible
being the Caucasian wild ox but
the unicorn which we were taught in
our youth never existed, with the
body of a deer and one horn in the
middle of his forehead. One Lode
wijk Hardmann saw two young uni
corns at Mecca in the fifteenth cen
tury, and 'in 1820 most truthful
persons in Nepaul told Capt. Lotter
that they had often seen a unicorn.
Mr. Eastlako accordingly concludes
that the one-horned, deer-like quad
ruped, known as the unicorn, now
extinct, did once inhabit the high
plains of Central Asia, and' perhaps
also certain parts of Central and
Southern Africa. Shanghai Celes
A SHOWER 0E ROCKS.
Mr. R. T. Dunlop, of Lancaster,
S. C, has two negroes living on his
plantation whose house has lately
been showered with rocks' from the
skies. This wonderful phenomenon
of rocks has been going on in that
localitjr for more than ten days, and
people for miles around gather there
to witness it. The rocks vary in
size from an egg to a cocoanut. A
peculiarity about them is that they
have fallen upon several persons
without giving, any hurt or pain. A
number of white men who hooted at
the idea have, visited the placo and
are convinced of tho truth of the
story. A number of gentlemen rodo
out to witness the phenomenon.
They were not there long before a
sound on the shingles notified them
that a rock had fallen. It was pick
ed up and found to be quite hot. It
resembled flint and had something
on it which resembled soot. Lan
HOW FAR HE COULD READ.
Talking about the Western Cir
cuit, the other day I fell across an
anecdoto of one of its past orna
ments Serjeant Davy, or "Bull"
Davy, as ho used to bo called
which will bear repetition. A soli
citor hap left him a case for opinion,
marked with what Davy considered
v very inadequate fee ; so, without
untying the tape, ho loft the on his
table and, as Mr. Gladstone would
say, "awaited developments." Tho
solicitor, becoming impatient at the
non-receipt of the opinion, made up
his mind to call at Davy's chambers.
" Well, Serjeant, " he inquired,
"have you read those papers?" Tho
Serjeant took up tho brief, and ran
his forefinger down tho outside sheet
till ho came to the fee. "I've read
as far as there," he said, "but for
tho life of mo I could not get any
further." His client took the hint
and a pen, and altered the figure
marked. London Life, ,
A scheme of real socialism is in
existence in New Zealand, under tho
name of the " New Zealand Co
operative Land and Labor Company
(Limited)." It has for object tho
joinder of the three factors the
producer, tho capitalist, and the
consumer in partnership of pro
perty and profits. Its membership
seems to bo numerous and certainly
Where there is a will there is a
way; where there is much in the
will the lawyers have a knack of
getting away with it.
Valuable Real Estate
Wchave received instructions to soil
at public miction,
On SATURDAY, Sept. 19th,
at 12 o'clock noon, at our salesroom,
that certain valuable
House and Lot
on tho Waikiki Road, just beyond tiip
Sunny South, and recently occupied by
O. S. McDuffec.
This lot is 200ft. deep and 100ft. front,
and is well fenced.
The houso Is almost now, has six
rooms on tho main floor, besides bath
room, kitchen nud storo room. The
second floor is unfinished. There h
also a carpenter shop, stable and cai ri.
age house and a chicken house.
TERMS: Onc-thinlcash; balance in 1
and 2 years and 3 years with interest at
9 per cent, secured by mortgage.
Persons wishine; to view the propcity
call upon E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
120 Ot Auctioneers.
rJHE Business heretofore carried on
X under the firm name of
Lyons & Levey,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
L. J. LEVEY retiring, and J. LYONS
carrying on the business as heretofore,
who will assume all liabilities of said
Arm, and who alone is authorized to
collect all outstanding debts.
L. J. LEVEY.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1885.
The undersigned have this day entered
into copartnership under the firm mine of
Lyons & Cohen,
For the purpose of carrying on business
as Auctioneers and Commission Mer
chants, at tho old stand, corner Fort and
Queen streets. Hoping for your kind
support, etc., wc arc, yours respectfully,
L. L. COHEN.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1885. 124 lw
REFERRING to tho above, I am now
prepared to continue the business
of Auctioneer, 'at tho storo formerly
occupied by B. Nott, Fort street, next to
Q. W. Macfarlano & Co., until moro
spacious premises ore ready. My first
regular cash sale will be held on Thurs
day, 17th September, at 10 a.m. Tele
phone No. 238. LEWIS J. LEVEY.
Fire Clay, Fire Bricks
ROCK S-ATVI? !
In Quantities to Suit, at
and Lock Smith,
Bethel St., nest to Post-Offlce.
Sewing Machines of all kinds repaired.
All kinds of Light Machinery repaired
on Short Notice.
N.B. Good Workmanship uud Charges
121 Strictly Moderate. ly
drawl Auction Sale
Biiliii Lots at Sea View,
By order of 15. F. Dillingham, Esq., we
Will oiler at rublic Auction,
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 19th,
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Salesroom, (unless previously
disposed of nt private sale). Those cer
tain VALUABLE LOTS at
Sea View Estate !
As per plan at our office, at upset
ttOO to $375.
An unprecedented chanco for people
of the most limited means to obtain a
homestead of their own. Healthy and
cool locality, nnd commanding a magni
ficent view of tho entire Plains, the Sea,
and Diamond Head, and only ten min
utcs walk from the Punahou Omnibus,
with, perhaps, a closer connection, in
the near future by Rail to Honolulu.
The property is bounded on the south
side by Metcnlf street and on the west
by Bcckwith street, and, In addition to
these approaches, there have been laid
out two avenues and thrco roads, each
40 feet wide, so that every lot commands
The Woodlawn Dairy is adjacent, so
that butter, cream and milk may be had
ficsh at all times, nnd all vegetables
rcqulrbd for domestic uso can be ob
tinned from the Chinese" growers.
Water is plantlful, and the property
will be supplied fiom u Reservoir kept
constantly supplied from an artesian
well situated upon the most elevated
portion of the Estate.
There is positively live degrees less
temperature upon these lots than in the
town of Honolulu, and when the town
is hot and dry, there are always cooling
and refreshing brcercs, accompanied by
occasional light shoA'crs from the Ma.
noa Valley, -which render it exceedingly
admirable ns a healthy resort.
TERMS OF SALE.-One-third Cash.
Bnlanco in 1 and 2 years secured by mort
gage with intcicst at 8 percent. Deeds
at expense of purchaser
E2T" For .particulars, plans and ex
planations call on J. E. WISEMxVN,
General Business Agent, or
121 fit E. I ADAMS & CO., Aucfrs.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct
ly keptnalso all kinds of copying at
tended to. Ofllcc with Hustaco Ai Ro
bcitsou. 89 if
Albeut O. Smith,
Attorney nt Law and Aeent to
take Acknowledgments. No. 0 Kaahu
manu street. 103 Cm
1MMK1IS TO M3T,
Furnished or unfurnished, ccn-
I tnil ly located, wlthiu leu min
lutes walk of tlm Tnst.Ofllnn.
Address, V. O. Box 307. 121 lm
ONE Phaeton, 1 Business Wagon, 1
Break, u set of blacksmith's and
wood workers tools. Iron nnd carriage
material. Apply to
103 lm O. HEWCASTLE, 83 King St.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
One Light Ton Family
Wngon nnd 1 Top Busl.
nces wiigon. Apply to
Contractor nnd Builder, 100 King strcot.
The Old. Corner Restaurant.
CORKKK QUEUN AND NUUANU 8TB.
Meals, 25 cts. Week board, f I and
$1.50. Everything neat nnd clean.
Mechanical fans working at meal
times keep room cool and pleasant.
110 lm HOP LEE, Proprietor.
MB. D. L. AlIPHAUT hereby intl
mates that lie has this day w'rth.
drawn from tho Jinn of Soyong & Ah.
phnrt, and that lie will carry on the busl.
ness of an Employment Agency, Anglo.
Chinese Interpreting, Collecting Ac.
counts und other Agency Business nt
Sun Kim Lung C'o.'s, 4!) Hotel street.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thenro on the first Monday
following the arrival of the Alamcdu
and Mariposa on the 8lh and 22nd of
The steamer Kin nu will make the
Volcnno Trip, reaching Kcnuhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nights nt the Volcano '
When the 8th nnd 22nd of tho month
fall on Monday, the Kinau will leave
EST Tickets for tho Round Trip. $50, which
pays all Chargos.-a
The Klnnn will nrrive in Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On
IIIlo Trips, -will leavo Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Saturday morn
ings. WILDEU'S STMSIIIP CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1885. . 124 tf
Cottages to Let.
On Punchbowl street opposite Palac'o
Walk, a veiy pleasant Cottage of five
rooms with kitchen, pantry, bathroom,
&c, nicely shaded, garden and water
laid on. '
On Liliha street, u small Cottage, next
to School street, $10 per month.
On Beretania street, u bcautifui Resi
dence near Alapai street to rent. Deep
lot, modern improvements.
On Kinau street near Alapai, a small
convenient Cottage. $20 per month.
On Montgomery Squnre, foot of Bere
tnuia street, several Cottages to rent,
from $8 to $10 per month.
On Merchant street near Alaken street,
two Cottages suitable for small ramilie?.
Rental, $12.50 per month.
Some elegant property
for sale on
Lunalilo street, Bcckwith street
other resident places on the plains.
Several other Cottages and Houses to
rent and property for sale.
Address or apply
J. E. AVlKCIMUll,
Genernl Business Agent,
Tho owners of tho Princcville Planta
tion Co. have decided to oiler for lease
for a term of years n part of their prop
erty at Hannloi, Kauai.
There are about 300 acres of rich land
suitable for sugar or rice cultivation in
Hannlcl Valley, which can bo delivered
up as soon as tho present crop of sugar
is taken oil'; with about 350 acres more
valley land which can bo turned in at
the expiration of tho present lease in
Thcro arc 300 or moro acres of good
sugar land in the uplands, well irrigat
ed, which can nlso be delivered up as
fast as the present crop of cane is har
vested. There aro 180 acres of land in tho up
lands planted with sugar enno for the
crop of 1887, which will lie sold upon
All of tho lauds in this estate have an
abundance of water, thus insuring good
Thcro aro scows, plows, tools, railroad
and cars, carts and implements neces
sary for planting and harvesting crops,
which will bo sold upon favornblu
terms; also, 2CQ head of well-broken
working oxen, which will ho offered for
sale in lots to suit purennscrs.
Tho mill is in good order and capable
of manufacturing 00 tons of sugar.a
All of tho above lands will ho leased
together with tho mill for n term ot
years, or tho owners will run tho mill at
their expense, grinding the sugar cune
tSTFor nil particulars apply to Chas.
Koclllng, Manager nt Hannlel, or to
O. BHEWEU & CO.,
Agents at Honolulu.
P. U. JONES, Bec'y P.P.Co. ' 117 3w
Men wi Co.
$)( t 4 milS?
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