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SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1885
SlmrMokolll from Molok.ri
Schr MniiiiuUuw ill from Kuolatl
Solir Wulului from Kiiuul
Stmr Likelike from Wliiilwiud Porn
Stair Leliiui from Kulmlul
Bk Callmik'u from San Francisco
Sclir Hob Hoy from Koirtati
Schr Mllle Morris from Lannl
Sclir Leah! from Hnnalel
" DEPARTURES. "
Bgtuo Clans Spreckels for San Francisco
.Sobr Mllle Morris for Ewu
.Sclir Hob Hoy for Kbolatt
.Sclir Mniiuokuwl for Kuolnti
Sclir Leadl for Hanalcl
Sclir Wulehu for ICnual
Stmr Mokolll for Molokul
Stmr Likelike for ICahttlul
VESSELS IN PORT.
,Bgtne WG Irwin, Tmilcr ,
Mlktne Mary WTuklumaii, Bar-Lil1' '
Ilk Culbarien, Hubbard
From San Frunelseo, jier bk Cal
barlen, September 1!) Mrs A M L Mo
rlurlty, Mrs Geo U Hitchcock, Miss
Grace Hitchcock, .1 Campbell, William
Ebling. II M Sheppard, .T Joiner.
From Kalmlul. per steamer Lehua,
September 10 J A Cruzun, wife, three
children and 2 servants, Miss Ide, Miss
Muthcr, Mrs Seo Sec, Awal, Kumnl,
Miss Hock, Kobt Cation, and I!5 deck.
From Windward Ports, per steamer
Likelike, September 1J Hon W C
Parke. J A Bcckwith, C Lchmaun, .1
Dlcrra, XII Bobcock, Geo Campbell.
Geo I Hond, K A Buehardt, Win Up
cbnrcb, A McCombie, E Wodclinuse,
E B Friel, V V Ashford, Manuel Hoss,
W B Kcami, H Center, Mrs H Turton
and son, F Horner and wife, MNs II
Severance, H A Lyman, Jr, 11 .r Lyman,
Mrs H Keann, Miss II Kcami. Mis A
Dowsett. "Wong Qui, W Shlng, AkI and
For San Francisco, per bgtno Clans
Spreckels, Sept 10 I)r W G Bawson.
The steamer Likelike. brought 1 ,1112
bags of sugar, 17 bales Bf wool, 03 hides,
20 l)as spuds, (i horses, 110 packages
Schr Waichu brought (iS7 bags of
rice. She got no guano nt Nihon. The
captain says there was not enough thcie
to make It an object.
Schr Manuofcawal brought -120 bags
of rice, 450 bags of awa and 50 tons of
iron. The iron was from Ptmaluu and
was, used for ballast for the schooner
CaptNissen takes command of the
Malolo again. She will be hove down
to be cleaned. She will sail for the S S
Inlands next week on a trading voyage.
The W G Hall sails on Tuesday at 3
p in. The Mary Wlnklcman sails on
Wednesday lor San .Francisco.
The bark Caibarlcn, Capt'Hubbard,
arrived this morning. IS days from San
Francisco. She 'brought 550 sacks of
llonr, 011 sacks of bran, 125 sacks of
barley, 202 sacks of oats, 03 bbls of
salmon, 590 bales of hay, 40 kegs of
powder, 400 cases of coal oil. 200 bbls of
lime, 3,000 R W posts, 1G horses, 0
mules, one bay marc, etc.
Stmr Mokolii brought 500 bags of
sugar aud 5horsc. The mate reports
Schr Millc Morris brought -10 bales of
wool from Lanal.
The Likelike bails on Monday at I
o'clock for Kabul ui and liana. The
Lehua Tuesday at 4 o'clock for Hama
kua, and the Kiuau on Tuesday at 4
p in for the Volcano and other ports.
The Clans Spreckels sailed at noon
to-day for San Francisco with, 1,001
bags of sugar, 15 bbls of molasses and
49 empty gasoline tanks. Value S8,
At Pacillc Sugar Mill, Kukulhaele, on
ihe 17th lust., to the wife of Thomas S.
Kay, a son.. Gazette; Lanarkshire
and Perthshire, Scotland ; and Trinidad,
W. I., papers, please copy.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mit. Chas Purely has built a new
raft for theMyrtlcBoat Club.
. . .
Grapes, raised in Sniuliago, Cal.,
vary in weight from 4 to 0 lbs. a
E. C. Offgel has a transla
tion of a line German hymn on
T . -
Two native prisoners in charge of
an 'officer came by the Lehua tliis
morning from Kahului.
Watermelons, weighing 95 lbs.,
are raised in Chico, California.
Prices vary from 2 to 5 cents each.
Call and seo our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, chrotnos, etc.,
etc. King Bros.' Art Store, Hotel
Street. 112 3t
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To-day's baseball match at Mn
kiki will be the last of the season,
and be played by the Ilonolulus and
All the business on the Civil
Court docket yesterday was a remand
to the 22nd instant of Kcopuni, on a
charge by the 1. 1. S. N. Co. of de
serting contract service.
SiXTiuis horses and six mules that
came by the bark Caibarien this
morning are for J. M. JJorner, Ku
kuihaclo, Hawaii, aud II. J. Agnew's
81,500 bay inaro came by the same
Foiity lots of the ScaYiew estate
were sold at E. 1'. Adonis & Co.'s
salesroom this morning. Tho prices
were very good for tho times, rang
ing from 895 to 300, and aggro
gating $a;-no. ' i ' jr
.. J0y r
V M M IM M "" ' M M r Zm
Wm:x a strong expression is
made, it ought to be made in the
right way. A preacher once startled
his hearers with the announcement 1
"Last Sunday, a young man died
while I was preaching in the neigh
borhood in a state of beastly intox
ication." Tin: brigantine Clans Spreckels
was photographed while passing the
O.S.S. wharf this noon. She was
under full sail, every stitcli of can
vas being spread. A small mail
was despatched by this vessel from
The store of Henry. Davis & Co.,
73 Hotel street, is the depot for the
Ice Co. Persons wanting ice in any
quantities can have their orders
filled by leaving them at the store or
communicating by telephone. Bell
274 ; Mutual 130.
When the Kinau was being lower
ed from the Marine Railway yester
day afternoon, a small native boy
jumped from the highest point,
about 40 feet, into the bay. lie
struck: the water like an arrow, and
came up like a cork.
News came by the steamer Lehua
that special ofllcer AVilliam Sheldon
captured eight tins of opium at
Huelo, Maui,-a few daj's ago. The
Lhiiiaman who had the opium was
fined $250, and was sentenced to
three months of imprisonment at
Mil. Lincoln, at his carpenter shop
on King street, is making a hand
some lauai for Mr. E. S. Cunha.
Very elaborate right-angled trellis
work will form one gable, and an
immense star will adorn the other.
There is to be a driveway right
through the lanai.
Hon. W. C. Parke closed up the
store of dice Man, a bankrupt, at
Hilo, and in one day, between tern
and four o'clock, sold the whole
stock out. The amount realized
was greater than he expected,
namely, 557. Mr. Parke reports
the roads on Hawaii extremely
muddy, altogether- unfit for pedes
trianism. The new ramie machine was work
ing in Messrs. Robert More & Co.'s
machine shop, King street, this
morning. It works well, and turns
out the fibre, finished as far as re
quired for the market, with expedi
tion and precision. This machine is
much less ponderous than the one of
which it is an improvement,' the
changes being Mr. E. Lycan's inven
tions. Take a slip of paper and place
thereon, in figures, your age in
years, dropping months, weeks and
days. Multiply the sum by 2;
then add to the result obtained the
figures 3,7C8; add 2, and then
divide by two. Subtract from the
result obtaiued the number of your
year's on earth and seo if you do
not obtain figures you will not be
likely to forget. Sel.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at the residence of
Mr, J. A. Hopper, Saturday even
ing, September 19th, 1885. in place
of the usual literary exercises Major
II. C. Dane has kindly consented to
deliver an address before the society,
entitled "American Missionary In
fluence in tho Levant." All mem
bers and friends of tho society are
cordially invited to bo present.
Mit. Strong has portraits of several
well-known citizens on easels in his
studio, Government Survey building.
They' already present remarkably
lifelike lineaments. A finished por
trait of Capt. Morse of tho Alameda
is a masterpiece. Amdng many lino
scenes, there is one of a horse race
by nativo girls on the Wuikiki
beaches, and another large one of
tho Nuuanu Pali, both striking in
Last Wednesday morning, before
daylight, two boats with passengers
and one with freight. were landing at
Maalaea from the steamer Likelike,
when the freight boat was capsized.
The night was very dark and the
sea was running high. The two
boats with passengers landed all
right, and the freight that was in
the capsized boat was picked up on
shore about 8 miles off. Nobody
hurt and no damage was done.
At a meeting of the People's Ice
and Refrigerator Company held yes
terday, it was decided to increase
the capital stock by thirty thousand
dollars, making a total of one hun
dred and fifty thousand dollars.
Shares in the company have changed
hands during the week at 8 100 each
par value. Now that the consolida
tion of the two companies is effected,
it would not be surprising if sales
were made at a premium. It is
authoritatively stated to us that the
price of ice will not be raised.
Rev. Mr. Cruzan and lady re
turned to town this morning by the
Lehua from their visit to the Maui
mountains. Mrs. Cruzan lias not
yet recovered from the injuries sus
tained by being thrown from horse
back two weeks ago. The journey
home will probably have retarded
Iter improvement, as it involved ten
miles of travel by land .besides the
steamer trip. Her-many friends have
reason to hope, however, that rest
and quiet at home will effect a com
plete restoration of her health. Mr.
Cruzan himself looks very well for
his .experience of " roughing it,"
apparently having laid up large re
serves of strength and vigor for his
arduous duties of pastor and editor.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at 4 :30. The
following is the programme:
March Oalui Berger
Overture Raymond Thomas
Selection Mikado Sullivan
Waltz See-Saw Crowe
Ballad Before her Window; Nehl
March Kauai Berger
Marshal Soper and Officer Fehl
bchr searched a lodging house at the
corner of King and Alakea streets
yesterday. . Twenty-one tins of
opium were found in the room occu
pied by William II. Pond, an en
gineer from Wailnku, Maui. A half
pound tin of opium was found in a
closet in James King's room. The
occupant was present, and seemingly
surprised at the discover'. While
the Marshal was waiting for the
search warrants, for Pond's room
and the house, Pond slipped out.
He was shortly afterward arrested
by Officer Tell, who, with Officer
Mchrtens,' had been sent for. Both
he and King were taken to tho
Station House. The last-named has
been employed at the United Carri
age Co.'s stand, and is well regarded
by his comrades.
FERNS AND MOSSES.
Reference has previously been
made in these column to the new
enterprise of fern collection and cul
ture, started by Mr. F. L. Clarke,
well and favorably known hitherto
as a journalist. Mr. Clarko has
thnt business now fairly under way,
and, it is gratifying to state, is meet
ing with every promise of success.
He lias already furnished tourists
aud visitors with handsome collec
tions of the native ferns and mosses
of this group, which nrc exceedingly
ricli in both beauty and variety.
Also he has orders ahead, and
further developments of his project
in hand, which will keep him very
busy until Christmas. Mr. Clarko
is having a fernery erected in rear of
Williams's photograph rooms, where
the beautiful ferns he procures from
the mountain fastnesses and vast
craters of tho islands, will bo ten
derly reared, so as to furnish a
supply right in the capital. Ho has
shown us some delightful specimens,
which make up most esthetic cards,
procured during his recent explora
tions in tho llalcakala crater. 'This
now enterprise seems destined to
give the group a fine advertisement
in the world of botanical science,
and it is of no small importance as a
utilization of heretofore neglected
NAVAL BATTLES OF THE REBELLION.
Expectation ran high during the
week of a grand treat in store . for
Friday evening. Major Dane's
lecture, "Up the Rhine and over the
Alps with a Knapsack," a week
ago, created a sort of furore in
Honolulu society. A little after
seven o'clock last evening, the fame
of the speaker and the people's
bloodwarm interest in the theme,
"TheNavalBattlcs of tho Rebellion,"
began to show up in fast filing scats,
chairs being carried up stairs by the
half-dozen until every available
space was occupied, when at half
past seven, Major Dane, on being
conducted to the platform by Secre
tary Fuller, found himself facing the
largest audience ever brought to
gether by bought tickets to a lecture
in Honolulu: Tho speaker com
menced with a rapid sketch of the
state of the country, in the matter
of defense, at the outbreak of tho re
bellion, and passed briefly through
the history of the first few eventful
months until on the 5th March, 18G2,
tho five men-of-war in Hampton
Roads appear on the scene wntching
a strange craft until, some days
later, she made her appearance
and the naval battles of the rebellion
commenced. Scene after scene in
tho great drama of events, crowding
thick and fast the one upon the
other, was then pointed out and des
cribed by word and gesture with a
power and vividness that few plat
form orators can equal, and still
fewer excel. The story of the Cabi
net meeting at Washington when
news of disaster came from Hamp
ton Roads, the advent of tho Monitor
on the scene ; -the appointment of
Admiral Farragut and the scaled
orders opened in mid ocean " Go
and take New Orleans "v-the old
man going up thcMississippLthrough
tornados of shot and slr?ll, and getting
the key of the City Hall; " the old
man" again "going in" to Mobile
harbor over sunken torpedoes and
through an awful triangular storm
from tho batteries on both banks :
all these events and the actors in
them were sketched with dramatic
power and vividness. The lecture
occupied'about two hours in delivery,
and it is needless to add that it was
heard in breathless silence ODly
broken at intervals by outbursts of
applause. Tho next and last of
Major Dane's lectures here, tho pre
sent season, will be delivered on
Thursday or Friday evening of next
R. C. Cathediial. High mass at
10 a. si. Vespers at 4:30 i 3i.
St. Akdhew's Cathediial. Right
Rev. Bishop Willis will preach at 11
a. 3i., and the Rev. George Wallace
nt 7:30 i. 31. Sunday school at 10
Bethei. Union Chuiich. Sunday
school at 9 :45 a. 31. Preaching by
Rev. E. C. Oggel, pastor, at 11
a. 3i. In tho evening tho congrega
tion will unite witli Fort street
Church to hear Major Dane.
Foht Stueet Ciiukcii. Sunday
school at 10 a. 3t. Itov. Mr. Cru
zan, the pastor, hnving returned
from his vacation, will preach at 11
a. 3t. In the evening a union ser
vice, mentioned in the Y. M. C. A.
notice, will bo held in this church.
V. M. C. A. Hiblo class for
young men nt 9:15 a. ji. Praise
service at 6:30 r. 31. A union ser
vico under tho auspices of tho Asso
ciation will be held in tho Fort
street Church at 7:30 v, sr. An
address will bo delivered by Major
II. C. Dane: subject, "Along the
footsteps of St. Paul," Collections
will bo taken for the nativo Greek
missionary, in whom the Major is
especially interested. All arc welcome.
Henry May & Co.,
Beg: to inform their pa
trons that they will deliver
goods at " Wuikiki," early
on the mornings oi Wed
nesday and Saturday, and
would respectfully ask that
orders may he sent not
later than Tuesday and Fri
They also heg to notify
their friends that they de
liver goods twice a day on
the "Plains," "Jfuuann Val
ley ' and "Palama," and
would ask that orders for
morning delivery should
reach them -hy ) o'clock,
and for afternoon delivery
not later than J5 o'clock.
rpiIE undersigned, n Committee of I)i
X rectors of the Kqiiltnlile Life As
surnncc Society of the United States,
appointed to formulate the views of the
Board on the advantages oll'ercd by the
Society to the public, report:
1st The Society issues all the approv.
cd forms of insurance, including Ordi
nary Life, Endowment and Tnntinu po
licies. It Is immaterial to the Directors
which form of policy is taken liy in
2d The T-iifu mid Endowment forms
of policy nrovido for annual cash divi.
dcnih iiiiil a surrender value; arc Indis
putable after thrco years and payable
immediately after proof, of death.
yd Tho premiums on a Tontine po
licy are tho samo ns on the Ordinary
Lifebut, while the latter is only pay.
able in tho event of. death, the holder of
the Tontine policy 1ms the right to draw
the whole of the reserve and tho accu.
ululated profits in rash at the end of n
stated period; thus, during his own life
time, after his producing years arc past,
ho can, without any larger premium
than on an ordinary policy, secure those
Hi Exporleiif o shows that the return
paid in cash on maturing Tontine po
licics approximates to or escceds the
amount of premiums paid by policy
holders, so that tho uverago cost of the
assurance will be only about the interest
on the premiums.
5th Tontine policies, like others, arc
paid In full in the event of death nt any
time during the term of the policy, and
aic incontestable after tin eu years, and
payable immediately after due proof of
0th Experience shows that the mor
tallty Is lower among Tontine policy
holders, ns the better lives seek this
kind of assurances, which is a consider
able source of profit.
7th Tonlino policies will be made
non-forfcitablo under tho laws of tho
State, if bo desired at tho timo tho ns
suranco is effected.
8th The Tontine system Is fair and
just; its accounts arc accurately kept,
separate from all other business; the
funds judiciously Invested and iniprov
cd, and the accumulated prollts faith,
fully guarded and properly appoitloncd.
0th Tho Society has binco Its organ!,
.ation transacted a larger amount of
new business tliim any oilier company,
while its new biislnois for tho first half
of the present year is $1,750,000 larger
than that of the llrst half of 1881. It
has Assets of $00,000,000; over if 14,000,
000 of Surplus, and its ratio of Surplus
to Liability is greater than that of any
ClIAUXCKV M. DlJl'EW,
John A. Stkwaht,
WlMJASl A. WllEBLOCK,
ClIAllI.EH G. LlNDOK,
IlENllV II. HVDK,
Committee of the Hoard of Directors of
tho Equitable IJfo Asuranoo Society
of the United States.
ALEX. .1. CARTWItlOHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
1710H sale, tho furniture, piano and
7 boons of the late Judge Austin.
Can bo seen at the rcsideiii'uon Niiimnu
street, horn to Vi a.m. dally until Sep.
tember 2Cth. 127 lw
FOIt SALE CHEAP,
One Light Tot) Family
Wagon and 1 Top Iliisl.
'ncss Wagon. Apply tv
V. J. WILHELM,
Contractor and Huilder, 109 King street.
flitter s Stmsmp Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thence on the llrst Monday
following the arrival of the Alameda
and Mnripniii on the 8ih and 22nd of
The steamer Kin an will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcuuhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nights at the Volcano
When the 8th and 22nd of the month
fall on Moiulny, the JCinnn will leave
EST Tickets (or tho Round Trip. $50, which
pays all Chargcs.-a
The Itinnu will arrive in Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On
Hllo Trip?, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Saturday morn
ings. WILDEIl'S STMSHIP CO.
Honolulu. Sept. 14, 1885. 124 tf
ltOOMS TO IiltT,
Furnished or unfurnished, eon-
Itrally located, witlnu ten min
utes wane oi tiic l'ost.uince.
Address, P. O. Box 807. 121 lm
ONE Phaeton, 1 Business Wagon, 1
Break, a set of blacksmith's and
wood worker's tools. Iron and carriage
material. Apply to.
105 lm G. HEWCASTLE, 82 King St.
Tho Old Corner Restaurant.
CORNER QUEEN.AND NUUANU STS.
Meals, 25 cts. Week board, 4 and
$4.50. Everything neat and clean.
Mechanical fans working at meal
times keep room cool and pleasant.
110 lm HOP LEE, Proprietor.
MR. D. L. AHPHAItT hereby inti
mates that be has this day with
drawn from the firm of Soyong & Ah-
phart, and that he will carry on the busi.
ncss of an Employment Agency, Anglo.
Chinese Interpreting, Collecting Ac
counts and other Agency Busiuess at
Sun Kim Lung Co.'s, 43 Hotel street.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and coricct
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Olllcc with Hustnec to Ro.
bcrtson. 8!i tf
THE Business heretofore cirried ou
under tho firm name of
Lyons & Levey,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
L. J. LEVEY retiring, and J. LYONB
carrying on the business as heretofore,
who will assumo all liabilities of said
firm, and who alone is authorized to
collect nil outstanding debts.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1885.
Tho undersigned have this day entered
Lyons & Cohen,
For the purpose of parrying ou busiuess
as Auctioneers and Commission Mer-
chants, at the old stand, corner Knrt and
Queen streets. Hoping for your kind
support, etc., we are, yours respectfully,
fi. L. COHEN.
. . 83. 121 lw
KEFHU1UNG to the above, I am now
prepared to continue the business
of Auctioneer, at tho storo foimerly
oceunled by 8, Nolt, Fort ttreot, next to
Q. Yv. Macfarlane & Co., until more
spacious premises are ready. My first
regular cash sale will bo held on Thurs
day, 17th September, nt 10 a.m. Tele
phone No. 238. LEWIS J, LEVEY.
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