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FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 18851
Sliiir V CI Hull fiom Wlndvuud l'ortd
Sohr Mnlolo from Liiiipnhochuc
VESSELS LEAVIHC TO-MORROW.
Bfttnr Clnus SprockclsforSnn Franrlen
IIH1IM-- .1111 ll" T
i' From Windward Pott, per steamer
W H Hall. Sept 13 lilt Majisty the
King, ColCH.Iudd. Foster, Judge
L MoCullv, wife, child mill ilnre, L I)
Spencer. I) Hanklti. Mrs P Lee. -Mis .1
Fisher, Sirs G F Benton. J Phillips
Mrs'M Legco iintl child, Miss M AuUn,
ami ion deck.
Ml I' 'I I WMt
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtne W i Irwin, Turner
Uktne Mary "Wlnklonian, Backus
Bgtne Clans Spreckcls, Drew
Stoamcii'W G Hall brought 1-120 bag
of sugar, 170 bags of awa, -1110 goat
skin. 4 hoises and. 12 hogs.
Schr Mnlolo brought 1.1117 bag of
flu China Sprocket received Migiir
'from (lie schooner Mnlolo till" ninrnliig.
Sim expects some by Hit Hall this after
noon. She will all to-morrow for San
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
RmiKG.partics were out last cven-
ing in large numbers.
Tun King and party, and Judge
MeCully, have returned to town.
To-mokuojv E. P. Adams & Co.
sell those desirable Seaview lots.
A cottaok in transit has .stood
two nights on Emma street without
a warning beacon. ,
E. P. Adams & Co. held a suc
cessful .cash sale to-day, selling a
large variety of goods.
Bathing near the Myrtle Boat
. Club house is increasing in popu
larity no sharks there now.
The young people's prayer meet
ing will be held at the Bethel this
evening, at 7 o'clock sharp.
Tins evening, at sunset, com
mences the Day of Atonement, ac-
cording to the Hebrew Calendar.
Mooxught fishers along the docks
last-night and the night before were
very successful iu hooking the
Tun Young People's Christian
.Society which was to have met this
evening at Fort-street Church, has
been postponed one week.
Last evening the boatboy Dan
picked up an odd-shaped row boat
that was drifting to sea. lie took it
to the II. Y. & B. Club house for
- 1 .
A laugh assemblage was attracted
by the music and moonlight to
Emma Square last evening. The
Band did very well, and its music
was much appreciated.
Yesterday afternoon the junior
crew of the Myrtles were pulling
against their former time and lost
by 10 'seconds, on account of the
wind striking the cockswain's
Theue will be music at the Central
Park Skating Rink this evening.
Mr. Bergcr is expected to be there,
leading a detachment of his boj-s in
the performance of some of his new
TnE Honolulu Rifles' drummers
were practising at the Myrtle Boat
Club house last evening. Their kind
consideration in thus withdrawing
jffrom the range of the community's
eardrum should be appreciated.
The Yosemito Skating Rink is be
ing gaity decorated preparatory to
the masquerade on the 25th. The
Maypole dance will be rehearsed to
' day. This evening there will be
music there for Bknting and dancing.
"' - - - " "
Two natives and a Chinaman,
prisoners in irons, arrived by the
steamer W. G. Hall this afternoon
from Kan. The Chinaman is the
alleged principal in the recently re
ported shooting affray in that dis
trict. -- ' '
Ik the Police Court to-day, Kaile
anu was tried for larceny of a basket,
,the property of Ah On. The value
of the stolen goods was 50 els. ; and
the penalty for appropriating the
same, 20 days' imprisonment at hard
The Prince's Own Co. C and the
Queen's Own were drilling by moon
light on Fort Street last evening.
To-night tho King's Own Co.'s A
and B will have ti street drill, and on
Monday night the Prince's Own Co,
A will turn out.
Mn. Robinson, one of the Myrtle's
senior crew, has gone to AValina
nalo. His plan will be taken by Mr.
Branch. The Myrtlo's senior crew
' for the coming regatta will likely bo
j Wundenbcrg, Purdy, Savage, Lyle
and the two Branches,
The sociable nt Fort street
Church"last 'evening came qff in
good style. There was a largo at
tendance, Ample justice was done
TTHTT ' " -" i p-f ijltl iMjiiMWi Hi ITTTMWMWI !. MJjLHJat,.
to tho excellent cake,' coffee and
sandwiches, which wore liberally dis
bursed b' the ladies.
RAt the meeting of the Ladies'
Benevolent Society of the Fort
Street Church yesterday, it was re
solved to repaint and otherwise
renovate the lecture room. Those
improvements ma-, of course, be
accepted as rot fait accompli.
The Honolulu Yacht & Boat Club
boys embrace the opportunity to
take a swim from the .boat house at
noon every day. The six-oared
boat's crew will practise this even
ing. The senior crew for the 10th
of November has not been picked
. . -
Tins is the da', 7:30 i.m. is the
hour, tho Y. M. C. A. Hali is the
place, and Major Dane's great lec
ture on tho Naval Battles of the
Rebellion " will be the event. Re
member that the hour is thirty
minutes earlier than usual, and be
informed that the price of admission
is only fifty cents.
Tnr. hrin- Clnii?i Snrnckols sails for
San Francisco at 11 o'clock to-morrow,
and the . Post-Ollicc will .dcs- ,
patch any letters posted to go by ,
her. Should she have a short pas- ,
sage, she ought to arrive over on
the 3d or lth of October, a day or i
two ahead of the Australia, which '
will take the next regular mail. !
TwuxTY-rivE members rallied at
the Gymnasium last evening, to the I
meeting of the choral and quintette
clubs. This was not bad, consider- '
ing all the other attractions of the ,
evening. Professor Hcrz was lire- i
-.n . i
sent, and added to the profit and
pleasure of the gathering with several
Tin: steamer Kinau was lowered
from the Marine Railway this after
noon, after occupying the ways for
ten working days. She has had
two new plates put in her bottom,
each 11 feet 7 inches by about five
feet. The whole hull has been clean
ed and painted, and the speed record
is liable to be hurt next trip. New
tubes are being placed in the boiler
by the workmen who repaired the
DEi'UTY-SiiEitiFF Smith, of Kau,
Hawaii, made a raid on a Chinese
den last Tuesday night and captured
three tins of opium. He was
furiously pelted with stones while
trying to effect an entrance to the
building. The Chinamen were
stationed above-with a large supply
of rocks. Mr. Smith received a
severe blow on his arm, but other
wise ho was not hurt. After the
capturo of the three tins of opium
ho went about asking evcrj' China
man in Kau if ho owned tho drug.
A iu'.autifui. object adorns the
counter of the Elite Ice Cream Par
lors. It is called the Crescent
Drought Stand. From two pillars
ending in spires and balls springs a
graceful arch, and half way up
there is a circular reservoir fitted
with four faucets for as many kinds
of liquid. Above tho arch thero is
a glass covered fountain, containing
a statue of Hebe. This in turn is
capped wih a highly ornate dome
and cupola. The stand is of silver,
delicately chased with Arctic scen
ery. Altogether it is a delightful
work of art.
Road Supervisor Hart nearly took
n tumble this morning. He and Mr.
T. Lucas were riding in Mr. Hart's
carriage on Merchant street, and
when opposite Wiseman's tho right
hind wheel of the buggy dished.
Neither of tho occupants were
thrown put, and Mr. W. Mooro
caught tho horse by tho bridle to
prevent any further mishap. Mr,
Hart, with the dignity of a knight,
led tho noble animal to Lucas's
mill, while tho wrecked vehicle was
taken to tho wheelwright's for re
pairs, The Road Supervisor will
have his revenge on the rut tliat
probably caused tho accident, by
covering it with a. cartload of earth.
W. C. T. U.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union held their monthly meet
ing in tho parlors of the Y. M. C. A.
yesterday afternoon. There was a
pretty good attendance, and tho pro
ceedings were of an interesting
nature. Letters were read from
Miss Willard, President of tho Inter
national Union, and Mrs. Leavitt,
who lately gave a scries of lectures
here. The latter wrote that she had
had very good success in New
Zealand, and was going to Australia,
where she expected to spend a
month. A circular letter from the
Rev. C. II. Spurgeon, of London,
addressed to Mr. S. M. Damon, was
read by Mrs. Damon. It recom
mended the Rev. Mr. Noble, who
will shortly pass through hero on
his way to the Colonies, speaking
very highly of him as a temperance
AN ANCIENT SEPULCHRE.
In the valley called Iao, back of
Wailuku, Maui, there is, in one of
its dark recesses, a cave which has
been known for a long time as being
one used in ancient times for burial
purposes. A while ago, a young
man exploring the valley came across
this cave, and finding some human
bones in it he carried one off as a
memento of his visit. But, after a
while, he was told that tho cave had
been used only as the burial place of
a family of high chiefs, and that it
was hardly the thing to disturb their
remains. The abstracted bone was,
therefore, replaced by tho Under,
and since then the natives in Wai
luku, understanding that His
Majesty the King was desirous of
visiting the cave, have cut a road to
it, in anticipation. of His Majesty's
visit before long. It will be a matter
of interest to many to have the his
tory of this burial place given, and
any authentic accounts regarding it
will be an addition of value to the
history of the past in these islands.
Y..M. C. A.
The monthly meeting of the Y.
M. C. A. was held last evening, the
president, Mr. J. B. Athcrton, in
the chair. The usual committee
reports were given in. The noon
day meetings have had an average
attendance of 9, the Sunday even
ing meetings 31, the Sunday morn
ing Bible class 7, and the number
of visits to the reading room last
week was 580, the largest of any
week since the room was opened.
Three associate members were added
to the roll. A motion to affiliate
with'thc State Association of Cali
fornia elicited considerable discus-,
sion, the gist of which was on the
contra side. The matter was referred
to a committee consisting of Hon.
A. F. Judd, Rev. S. E. Bishop, and
Mr. T. R. Walker. It was deter
mined to Bend the General Secretary,
Mr. S. D. Fuller, to the California
State Convention to bo held at Napa
on the 22nd, 23rd, 21th and 25th
October; and that Mr. Henry Water
house bo an associato delegate to
tho same convention. An open let
ter was read from Rev. C. II. Spur
geon, of London, to the churches in
America, Australia and Europe, re
commending one' Mr. Noble, a
powerful temperance lecturer, to
thoir fellowship. The matter was
referred to the committee on Tem
perance to take action on it, should
Mr. Noble land here, during his
tour. The treasurer's statement
showed receipts for the month
8223.25, expenditure $125.00, and
cash on hand 8109.14. Mr. P. C.
Jones reported the net proceeds of
Mr. A. Brown's lecture, 843.00;
and Major Dane's first lecturo,
$48.25. The collection taken at tho
close of tho meeting amounted to
FitiiUY, Sopt. 18th.
Before Chief Justice Judd.
In tho estate of the minor child
ren of A. Jfachado, deceased, tho
accounts of A. J. Cartwright, guar
dian of the property, were examined
and approved, and he discharged.
The balance of $540.52 was handed
in to Court. J. C. Edwards was
appointed guardian in the place of
Mr. Cartwright, who has resigned
the trust. Letters of guardianship
are to be issued to Mr. Edwards,
who is to file a bond of $2,500.
In the estate of Mrs. Bishop, de
ceased, the Court allowed the ac
counts of executors and confirmed
the master's report thereon. Re
ceipts were 878,990.03; expendi
tures, $73,300.88. From the mas
ter's report the following summary
of expenditures is taken :
HedicaL attendance 8 HG0 00
Funeral expenses 12,077 84
Legacies 21,000 00
Stipends - 1.0!);! r0
Kents settled with devisees.. 1,(37 02
Settlement with C. R. Bishop 14,502 2.1
Taxes paid :t,709 07
Law expenses 2,0-14 -10
.Miscellaneous items 10,012 40
Executors' commissions 4,07!) 80
Balance to credit of Estate. . . 5,08!) 15
Argument was heard and decision
reserved in the caseof 1). 1). Bald
win vs. J. II. Brown, appeal from
the Police Court. L. A. Thurston
for plaintiff, A. Rosa for defendant.
This was a suit for damages for a
horse destroyed by defendant, of
the board of inspectors for the sup
pression of disease among animals.
Damages of 850 and costs -were
awarded against Brown in the lower
court, against which he appealed.
AN OLD TRICKS
Chas. McCarthy has fixed up the
Astor House billiard parlors in grand
style. His cigar stand, having been
covered with gaudy paper, presents
an imposing appearance. The other
day a half-intoxicated man went to
Charlie's cigar store and asked for a
quarter's worth of cigarettes. The
clerk complied with the request, but
the inebriate pushed them back and
asked for cigars. He got them,
lighted one and was walking away
when the clerk reminded him that lie
had not paid. "What," said the
liquor-burdened man, "I gave you
cigarettes for the cigars." "Yes,"
responded the clerk, "but you did
not pay for the cigarettes." "Of
course not, why should I pay for
what I did not get," said the light
headed man, and he walked off to
let the bartender go through an
algebraic problem to find out who
got the best of the racket.
FOR sale, tho furniture, piano and
books of the late Judge Austin.
Can be seen at tho residence on Nuiianu
street, from 0 to 12 a.m. dully until Sep.
tember 20th. 127 lw
TnE Business heretofore carried on
under tho firm name of
Lyons & Levey,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
L. J. LEVEY retiring, and .T. LYONS
carrying on the IjusIiichj as heretofore,
who will nesunio all liabilities of huIiI
firm, and who alone is authorized to
collect all outstanding debts.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1885.
The undersigned havu this day entered
into copartnership under the firm imineof
Lyons & Cohen,
For tho purpose of carrying on business
I as Auctioneers aim uommisHion jucr-
, chants, at the old stand, corner Fort and
Queen streets. Hoping for your kind
i suppoit, etc, woaie, yours respectfully,
Honolulu, Bept. 14, 1885.' 124 lw
REFEUIUNd to tho above, 1 am now
prepared to continue tho business
of Auctioneer, at tho More formerly
occupied by 8. Nott, Fort htrccl, next to
Q. w. Mucfarhtnc is Co., mit II more
bpucious premises are ready, My first
regular cash pale will bo buhl on Thurs
duy, 17lh September, at 10 a.m. 'Tele
phone iNO.lttB. JjMWIO J, LJSVHX.
- 124 lw
i i i k
n Auction Sale
Bnilfliiis Lots at Sea View.
By order of 11. V. Dillingham, Esq., we
will offer at Public Auction,
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 19th,
At 12 o'clook noon,
At our S.ilerooin, (unless previously
disposed of at priate sale). Those cer
tain VALUABLE LOTS at
Sea View Estate I
As per plan at our office, at ttptit
i$100 to $375-
An unprecedented chance for people
of the niot limited means to obtain a
homestead of their own. Healthy and
cool locality, and commanding a magni
ficent view of tho entire Plains, the Sea,
and Diamond Head, and only ten min
utes walk from the Pnnnhoii Omnibus,
with, pci Imps, a closer connection, in
the near future by Kail to Honolulu.
'1 lie property is uounucd on mo soutn
side by Mctcalf street and on tho west
byBeckwith sticct, and, in addition to
these approaches, there have been laid
out two nveuues and three roads, each
40 feet wide, fo tint every lot commands
The Woodlawn Dairy is adjacent, so
that butter, cream and milk may bo had
fresh at nil times, and all vegetables
required for domestic uso can be ob
tamed fiom the (Jhinesc growers.
"Water is plantiful, and the property
will be supplied from a Reservoir kept
constantly supplied from im artesian
well situated upon the most elevated
portion of the Estate.
There is positively fivo degiccs less
temperature upon these lots than in the
town of Honolulu, and when the town
is hot and dry, there aie always cooling
and refreshing brcc.ci, accompanied by
occasional light sho.vers from the Mu.
noa Valley, which render it exceedingly
admirable us a hcalihv resoit.
TERMS OF SALE. One.third Cash.
Balance In 1 and 2 jeais secured by mort
gage with interest at 8 peiccnt. Deeds
at expense of purchaser.
Eg" For particulars, plans and ex
planations call on J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, or
121 8t K. P. ADAMS & CO., Aucl'rs
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Olllce with 1 Iii-Race & Ro
bertson. 8'J tf
Valuable Real Estate
Wo have rceclvc.l Instructions to sell
nt public auction,
On SATURDAY, Sept. 19th,
at 12 o'clock noon, at our salesroom,
that cert'iiu valuable
House and Lot
on tho AVaiklki Komi, just licyond the
Bunny South, and iccenlly occupied by
O. S. McDuIlec.
This lot Is 200ft. deep and 100ft. front,
and is well fenced.
The hntiso id almost new, him six
looms ou the main tloor, besides bath
loom, kitchen mid More room. The
second tloor is unfinished. There is
also a carpenter shop, stable and carri
age house and n chicken house.
TEKMS: Onethlrd caBhjbnlaaco in 1
and 2 years and :i years with Interest at
0 per cent, secured by mortgage.
Persons wishing to view tho properly
call upon E. P. ADAMS to CO.,
120 01 Auctioneers.
A SITUATION ns luim or contractor,
on a plantation. Best of refer
ences gUca as to ability, etc. Address
" L. L" this olllce. 124 lw
FOlt SALE CHEAP.
aituu uno l.lL-l
Ono .Light Tod Family
mRS Wagon and 1 Ton Bus
nct wagon. Apniyio
Contractor ar.d Builder, 109 Kin? street.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thence on the first Monday
following the nrrival of the Alameda
and Mariposa on the Sth and 22nd of
The steamer ICiiinn will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Keauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nights at the Volcano
When the Sth and 22nd of the month
fall on Monday, the Kiimu will leave
C3T Tickets lor the Round Trip. $50. which
pays all Charges. '
The Kinau will arrive in Honolulu
Sundav mornings on Volcano Trips. On
Hllo Trips, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Saturday morn,
ings. WILDEU'S STMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1885. 121 tf
The owners of tbo,PrincevIlle Planta.
tion Co. have decided to offer for lease
for a term of years a part of their prop
erty at Ilanalei, Kauai.
There arc about 300 acres of i icb land
suitable for sugar or rico cultivation in
Hanalci Valley, which can be delivered
up as toon as the present crop of sugar
Is tnken ofT; with about 35(1 acres more
valley land which can be turned in at
the expiration of the present lease in
I Thero are H00 or more acres of good
1 sugar land in tho uplands, well irrigut
, cd, which can also be delivered up as
J fast as the present ciop of cane is har
There arc 180 acres of land iu the up
lands planted with sugarcane for the
crop of 1887, which will he hold upon
All of the lauds In this estate have an
abundance of water, thus insuring good
There are scows, plows, tool", railroad
aud cars, carts and implements neces
sary for planting and hnrvehting crops,
which will bo .sold upon favorable
terms; also, 200 head of well-broken
working oxen, which will he ollered for
sale in lots to suit purchasers.
Tho mill is in good order nnd rnpahle
of manufacturing CO tons of sugar a
All of the uLovo lands will bo leated
together with thn mill for a term of
years, or the owners will run the mill at
their expense, grinding the sugar cane
l'"or all particulori nnnly to Chan.
Koolllng, Manager at Hanalel, or to
C. BREWElt & CO.,
Agents at Honolulu.
P. O. JONES, Beo'y P.P.Co. 117 2w
HOOMN TO LET,
Furnished or unfurnished, cen-
Itrally located, within ten min
utes waiK ot tno rosi.umcc.
Address, P. O. Box 307. 121 1m
ONE Phaeton, 1 Business Wagon, 1
Break, a set of blacksmith's and
wood worker's tools. Iron and cairiage
material. Apply to
105 1m Q. ltEWCABTLE, 32KlugSI.
The Oltl Corner JJestaurant.
consr.il qui:en and nuuanu btb.
Meals, 25 cts. Week board, $1 and
ifl.GO. Everything neat and clean.
Mechanical fans working at meaL
times keep room root and pleasant.
110 1 in HOP LEE, Proprietor.
MH I). L. AHPnABT hereby Intl.
mates that ho lias this day with,
drawn from the firm of Soy on g & Ah
phurt, and that he will carry on thn bus),
ncss of au Employment Agency, Anglo.
ChliiOM) Interpreting, Collecting Ac
counts and other Agency Business at
Sun Kim Luug Co.V, -J!! Hotel Mrcet.
Mrs w uu.