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TUESDAY, SEW. 22, 1885.
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SchrMaiy Foster fioiu Hawaii
Sehr Duinlttla fiom Sun Francisco
SS Alamcd.i from San Francisco
HI.USS Chi Utoplu-f Columbu" fiom
Stun- Klnau for Windward poits
Stmr W U Hnll for AVIndwnid poits
Stinr Iwulanl for llnmnktia
Stmr Lchna for llninaktin
Stmr Flanter for Kauai
Bktno Mm v WjiiUlcman for S V
Uktno Kllk'llat for I'oitTowiiscnd
VESSELS FN TORT.
Bgliic W G Iiwlu, Tumor
Bktno Mary Wlnkloiunn, Backus
Bk Cnlbailcn, Hubbard
SS Alameda, Morse
H I M S S Christopher Coliiinbiw. i:
From San Francisco, per schooner
Dnmitila, Sept 21 Chns Brown.
From San Francisco, per Alameda.
Sept 2211 It Hitchcock and wife. G M
Cooke, wifo and son, M Paiko, .T Paiko,
,Tr, Henry Vlovn, Mrs B 31 Wlngnto and
2 children. Mrs R .1 Ferris, MUs'Eminn
Claik, Tit Foster and wife, MUs A
Ward and sister, Mrs .T II Kclst, Mrs E
K. Hendrv, John S Winter. Mls M A
Brewer. W II Barnes, Lieut II Savlle, K
X, J W Glrvln, T A Thrum, Mrs Kobt
Moie and Infant, S Roth, Mr Aabcr
macher. J B Buckley. Mrs W 1) McAl
lister, Geo Inglehardt, Miss Eva Xen
lnauu. Mrs ICrusc, 117 In steeiagc and
The .s Alameda, Capt. More, sailed
from Sail Francisco Sept. 15th, at :i.m.,
with 1,030 tons of cargo. First -18 hours
had ficsh XV winds, thence to poit
light vailable winds with smooth sea.
Sept. 18th passed company's steamer
Mariposa at ll':30 p.m. Arrived at
Honolulu Sept. 22nd, at 12 noon. Time
G days and 23 bonis.
The bgtne Consuclo left San .Fran
cisco on the 13th Inst, for this poit.
II. I. M. S. S. Chilstophcr Columbus,
Accinni, commander, anived this morn
ing from Japan en route for Panama.
She will remain hero about four days.
She was hero several years ago.
The new Hawaiian schooner Romi
tlla, Capt. Hempstead, arrived yester
day afternoon, 10 davs from San Fran
cisco. She was built at Bcnicla, Cal.,
by Matthew Turner. She is 44 tons
American register and about 80 tons
Hawaiian. She ii 70ft over all, 20ft beam
and Oft hold. She cost $0,500, and will
be used as an inter-island trader. She
Is a fine model and is said to he a fast
sailer. The Domitlla brought 400 RW
posts, 10 kits and 42 bbls of salmon, 20
sks of potatoes. 5 crates of onions, 100
sks of llour, 30 sks of bran. U0 sks of
corn, 4 ks coffee, and 1 bicycle con
hlgnetl to M. Paiko.
The bktno Klikltat bails to-morrow
for Port Townsend in ballast.
The Lchua takes some large pieces of
machinery to Hakalau this evening.
The steamer James Makce is expected
to an ire here to-day.
The time of sailing of the steamer C.
R. Bishop will not he known until the
arrival of the steamer Bishop.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Autumn begins to-day. So the
Thanks to Purser Sutton of the
Alameda for late San'Francisco files".
Somi: of the plants lately set out
in the Government yard are not
Yosr.MWi: Skating Rink will be
open for ladies and gentlemen to
night, with music.
Read all the new advertisements
to-day. In such a variety, there
must be something to interest every
body. Sai,uti:s were exchanged this fore
noon between the Honolulu battery
and the Italian man-of-war Christo
Messiis. AV. G. Irwin and A, J.
Cartwright were yesterday appointed
assignees in the bankrupt estate of
S. J. Lovoy & Co.
Mu. E. B. Thomas is putting down
a now brjclc sidewalk in front of
"Williams' photo, gallery and Sachs'
store, Fort street.
E. P. Ajums & Co. sell David
Oxley's furniture to-morrow at 10
o'clock, and the lease of the prc-
miscs'at the same time.
Hon. Paul Ncnmann was much
better when the Alameda led. Ho is
expected to return to Honolulu by
the next Australian steamer.
Qmcwis Mehrtens and Macy
went to the Chinese wash-houses
yesterday for opium, and captured
four Chinamen gambling with cards.
Tin: children attending Fort-street
School have made up a box of cloth
ing, toys, etc., for tlio children con
fined in the leper settlement on
Tim Y.tM. C. A. singing class,
under the direction of Prof. Yarnd
ley, will meet in the, Hall this even
ing at 7:30. Al( desiring to join
the class are requested to be there
The Hawaiian Bazar will be open
to-night when' goods will be sold
below cost. This is the last oppor-
Utility the public will probably have,
as thoy arc going to closo out at
Tiii'.nn will be full moon to-morrow
night, also a partial eclipse of
that luminary. The phenomenon
cannot, however, be utilized by
Honolulu youth as an excuse for
sitting up iatc. It vlll not be visible
Oats' bulletin board this forenoon
bore the following entry: "il.lo
Genesta in sight overran the mark."
While about it, they might have
told ii right one. By adding, "The
Puritan leading by half a length,"
they would have sold out the balance
of their Eouith of July flags.
OvKiitHo thousand feet of new
canvas-covered rubbcr-hoso stored
at the Central Station was found
lately to have tempted the appetites
of cockroaches. Their marks were
visible in the web at the exposed
places. Racks have been built in
the hook and ladder room, and the
hose stretched thereon, where it can
be watched against the voracious
creatures. A coat of copper paint,
perhaps, would lip an effectual pre
ventive. This forenoon a sturdy young
native mulc-drivcr, in the employ
of the Honolulu Planing Mill, got
into an altercation with an Italian
express-driver, No. 101, on Fort
street near the above establishment.
The men left the animals, respec
tively in their charge, and engaged
in a furious combat with fists. At
the same time the thunder of the
guns of the Italian man-of-war
frightened the native's mule, and
the latter started on a runaway tour
round town. It was stopped with
only .a broken whifllctrec to record
as damages. In the meantime the
fight went on, and the Italian got
the worse of it. .One side of his
face was badly battered, retaining
a livid impression in high relief.
Both the combatants were arrested
and taken to the station house,
where thoy each deposited bail for
appearance before the Police Court.
This is ladies' night at the Central
Park Skating Rink. Mr. Berger
will be present with his boys to play
for the first time some choice music:
Hawaii Abiku Aukake
Kauai Mother Hubbard
Doors open at 7 r.si. Dancing to
begin at !) if majority of patrons
ADVANCE IN SUCAR.
"Williams, Dimond & Co.'s circu
lar of Sept. , loth reports that the
California Sugar Refinery had that
day advanced its prices' two cents
per pound on all grades.
In Eastern and Foreign markets
"the situation has greatly improved,
and raws have steadily advanced.
The statistical position also con
tinues to improve in all -respects."
Cuba centrifugals, 5)0 percent, test,
were 80.5-1G per lOOlbs. Manila
basis advanced on the 9th inst. to
85. CO, and again on the 14th to
$5.70 for Dl percent.
Rice is very low, an abundant
Carolina crop having been forced
on the market. Island rice, tic,
A MINING ENTERPRISE.
The shareholders in the Ellis &
Adams mining enterprise will bo in
terested in the following letter re
ceived this day, Sept. 22 :
Smith's Ranch, Gold Mountain, )
Baker Countv, Oregon. J
Mit. Bruce Cartwright,
Honolulu, II. I.
Dear Sir, Gold Mountain is lo
cated only about sixteen miles from
Idaho line, and is about twenty-nine
miles S. E. from Baker City. The
first claim taken by Mr. Adams and
myself is the "Missionary Lode,"
located on Gold Mountain. This is
a largo vein of gold-bearing quartz
about six feet wide, and is a direct
extension on sumo vein as a mine
called the " Gold Mountain," which
lias been worked for several years
and which shows a fine body of rich
Our second claim is known as
the Kamchamcha, is a large vein
carrying both Gold and Silver, and
is located on the opposite side of
the river from Gold Mountain. It
is believed hero that a Portland Co.
are about to purchase the Gold Mt.
Mine and three others on tlio same
mt. and intend doing extensive work
in tho near future. If this is done
wo shall bo happy, as I consider the
"Missionary" as good if not better
than tlio Gold Mt. Mr. Adams will
remain here for the presont and look
after tho work on these claims,
while I go over and prospect Pine
Creek. Will write you from there.
A. G. Ellis.
Beef tongue and ox-lall soup
make both ends meat. Worcester
Francisco, Sept. loth,
S. S. Alamctta.)
xr.xv zk.vi.axi m-vii.s.
Tlio (Jail of Sept. 13th says: Ac
cording to a dispatch received by J.
1). Sprockets, Mr. Pcarce, of the
Glasgow firm which owns the steam
ships Australia and Zcalnndia, has
entered into a contract to transport
the New Zealand mails. The ships
will be withdrawn from the Pacific
Mail line. The contract price is
.30,000 per year.
HI'AIX AM UKiniAXV.
On the 21st August a Spanish
warship reached Yap, one of tho
Caiolino Islands, and prepared to
occupy it in the name of Spain. The
Spanisii ofllccrs were dilatory in
landing ti oops, and on the 21th of
the same month a German gun-boat
arrived. Although it was 7 o'clock
in the evening, tho German comman
der instantly sent a body of marines
and sailors on the shore and hoisted
the German flag over the island.
Spanish olllcials made au energetic
protest against the action of tho
German commander, and on the
latler's refusal to recede from tho
position ho had taken, telegraphed
to Madrid for instructions. On re
ceipt of the above news the Minis
ters were immediately summoned to
Cabinet council, and King Alfonso
was advised of the strained situation.
The above news created intense
excitement in Madrid, and the
populace became wild with rage.
A large crowd gathered in front
of the German Embassy, attacked
the building nnd tore down the coat-of-arms
and dragged it through the
streetst of Pucrta del Sol, where,
they burned it in front of the offices
of the Minister of the Interior,,
amid yells of "Down with Ger
many." After venting their spleen
there, the mob proceeded to tho
French Embassy and cheered fran
tically. The crowd had by this
time grown to considerable propor
tions, and fears being entertained
of a serious riot, troops were order
ed out to clear the streets, and the
crowd, after fifty-six of its leaders
were arrested, slowly retired before
The Government dismissed from
service the commanders of the two
Spanish men-of-war stationed at
Olllcial despatches received by
the Spanish Government stated that
a German gun-boat landed troops
on the night of the 24th of August
on the Island of Yap, and hoisted
the German flag there. The Spanish
vessels San Quentin and Manila
were at Yap at the time. The Cap
tains of the Spanish vessels and
the Spanish Government protested
with energy against the occupation.
The Spanisii gun-boats cleared the
decks for action, and the Manila
was about to fire upon tho German
gun-boat when she was signalled to
desist, which she did most reluctant
ly. The third Spanisii vessel, the
Velastoro, afterward arrived at Yap
(By previous vessels we gave
news succeeding the above. Tho
following is the latest.)
The icw York Sim, Sept. 13th,
has the following information fur
nished its correspondent by an olll
cial in a high position in the court
of King Alfonso : An audience was
granted to General Salamanca last
Thursday in which the King de
clared that war with Germany would
tie the height of rashness. If driven
to bay Spain would only rupture
diplomatic relations, and would then
await events. Salamanca replied
that war was inevitable sooner or
later, and Bismarck would never
forgive the insults and opposition
he received from Spain, and that
war was preferable to a mere diplo
matic rupture. Tho General en
forced his views by reminding his
Majesty that a revolution was among
the possibilities and that there might
bo a sudden cooling of the hot wave
of patriotism now sweeping over
The note of Scnor Elduayen, tho
Spanisii Foreign Minister, to Prince
Bismarck claims Spanish sovereign
ty over the Carolines, on the ground
of discovery, exploration, mission
ary work, protection, recognition by
the natives, and tho existence of
Spanish trading posts.
A London despatch of Sept. 13th
says: The German Government
appears disposed to insist that the
dispute concerning the Caroline
Islands shall be submitted to arbi
tration. Spain is negotiating for
the purchase of two men-of-war
which are being built in England
for th'e Chinese Government. The
British Vice-Consul at San Sebas
tian lias offered to protect tho Ger
man Consul there in tho event of
On the 1311), Count Beuomar, the
Spanltjh Ambassador, received a
Spanish courier bearing a complete
apology from Spain to Germany for
the recent insults to the German
Embassy. It is stated tho German
steamer Nachtigal, which sailed un
der orders to touch at Corunna and
Fernando Po, has just been ordered
to stop at Plymouth and await in
structions. Prince Bismarck will
return to Berlin this week.
A Berlin despatch of the 13th
says tho Carolines may be already
regarded as German property. The
entire affair can only terminate with
the assertion of Germany's claim.
There is excitement over the Caro
lines affair in Havana, where men
and money are eagerly offered to
help the old country. 1 l?S&JP Wfx&St
From London the statement comes
that, in tho event of Germany per
sisting in claiming the Carolines,
England, mindful of her rejection of
Spain's claim in 1876, will claim
equal rights with Germany.
Tho Spanish Admiral Bobadilla
has issued a circular to tho otllcers
in the navy, instructing them to tell
their men thai tho Government has
asked for an olllcial roport from Ma
nila, which, lie says, will doubtless
dispel the cloud over the conduct of
their brother olllccr3 at Yap.
General Salamanca declared on
Sept. 14th that he had no intention
of offending Germany in giving up
his decoration of tho order of the
Red Eagle, which had been conferred
upon him by Emperor "William.
A Berlin despatch of Sept. Mill
says tho German cruising squadron,
which has returned to Kiel, is under
orders to refit for the North Atlan
tic, under Commodore Stenha and
Prince Henry of Prussia. The Ad
miralty has postponed the usual dis
charge of the naval lcservcs. There
arc also other signs of activity in the
navy. The squadron will take sup
plies for six months and be leady for
immediate use. All the ironclads on
foreign stations have been ordered
to prepare for any emergency. Ger
many's squadron at Zanzibar lias
been orderedto get ready to sail for
One thousand and sixteen new
cases of cholera and G2o deaths were
reported on Sept. 13th throughout
Spain. Tho disease is stationary in
the province of Santandrc, and in
all tho other infected provinces there
has been a steady decrease. To
Deums were generally sung in the
churches throughout Spain on the
13th. Not a single death from
cholera was reported at Toulon,
France, on the night of the 13th.
Shops were re-opening, and fugitives
A communistic uprising in the
canton of Cordova, in the State of
"Vera Cruz, Mexico, is giving great
concern to the planters of that sec
tion. The Governor of tho State
professes his ability to put down the
rebels without the aid of Federal
troops. The .planters have armed
the peon3 in the affected locality.
The rebels demand a division of all
A new star was discovered on
August 19th in the constellation
Andromeda. Since its sudden birth
the star has given constant cause
for astronomical gossip on account
of its irregular habits. Not only
has it changed its position in the
sky by ten seconds in one direction
and two seconds in the other, but it
also shines with an unsteady, flicker
ing, orange-like light new to tlio
members of the star family.
Tho Panama Star and Herald
says: "Wo shall see in the month of
October the first station of the Pa
nama Canal opened in its full
length, breadth and depth. The
first section will comprise the water
way from Colon to near Tiger Hill,
a distance of 12 kilometres.
A Chinese loan of 840,000,000
has been negotiated at Paris and
Berlin, for the construction of a
railroad from Taku to Tungchow,
twelve miles south of Peking. A
Manchester firm has obtained tho
contract for building the road.
.In a battle at Canta. General
Cacores' soldiers defeated the Peru
vian Government troops. The rebels
surprised the loyalists with far
superior numbers, and gave no
quarter. All found within tho
houses where tho soldiers took re
fuge were murdered without distinc
tion of age, sex or character. Three
or four hundred soldiers and others
On Sept. 14th the first successful
race of tho yachting contest was
I sailed, thirty-eight miles over tlio in
side course or. incjNowiorK lacm
Club. The American centre-board
sloop Puritan defeated tho British
cutter Genesta by 1C minutes and 47
seconds, actual time, or with 28
seconds' time allowed tho Puritan,
by 10 minutes and 19 seconds cor
rected time. The following table
gives the actual result of the race:
1ACIIT8. RTAIIT. FIM8II. j:i-TIM, COILTfll.
Piirltiiiil0:32:00.1i28:0.r (J:(W:u.ri :0U:U;i
Gen 'Mai 0 :'M :00 : :54 s.V C :22 :52 (J :22 :21
Tuesday, Sept. 22nd.
I. I. S. N. Co. vs. Keopuni. lle
mand from the 18th. The defend
ant was ordered (o return to em
ployers. Aiana vs. Lui Andrade. Cause,
unlawful impounding of cattle;
Mr. Castle for plaintiff. Mr. Jno.
Austin for defendant. Verdict,
Aiana to pay 12i cents per head,
pound fees, and costs. An. appeal
was noted to tho Intermediary
S - a
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John Elm, Puamauu, Kawelo, O.
Ilcusen and E. Ecklen, each paid
the necessary $0 for a drunk.
Ah Lu, on a charge of common
nuisance, remanded from the loth,
was fined $20 and costs.
In the cases of Ah Hee, remanded
from the 21st, and Frank Davis, re
manded from the ftth, uol. pros,
Ah Choy, Ah Yot, Ah I ling, Ah
Nee, charged with gaming, were re
manded to the 2Gth.
CO0D SANITARY RULES.
The Ladies' Sanitary Association,
of London, gives the following sim
ple rules for keeping health :
A-s soon as you aieup shako blanket
11-ctter be without Mioes than '-it with
C-hildrun, if healthy, aie active, not
D-anip beds and damp clothes will each
make) on 111;
K-at slowly and always chew your food
F-resbcn the air lu the bouse where you
dtt ell ;
U-armcuts niubt num- bo made too
II-omes should bo healthy, airv and
I-f you wlch to be well, as ou do. I've
J-ust open the windows before you go
K-ecp the room always tldj' and clean;
L-etdust on the furniture never be seen:
M-uch illness Is eauced by the want of
X-ow to open the windows be ever your
O-ld rags and old rubblMi should never
be kept ;
P-eople should bco that their floors are
Q.nlck movements in children are heiUthy
R-einember tho young cannot thrive
S-ec that tho cistern is clean to tho brim ;
T-ako earo that your dress Is all tidy
U-se xour nO'-e to Hud if there be a bad
V-ery sad ate tho focrs that come In its
V-alk as much as you can without feel
X-cn.es could walk full many a league;
Y-our healtlkis jour wealth, which your
wisdom must keen;
Zeal w 111 help a good cause, and the
good you will reap.
rpO premises of the undersigned, cor.
JL 1'iinihboul and Bcretuuia street,
Friday night, a dnrk brown mare, which
owner can have on proving property and
paying expenses. D. ISEHGKRSON,
To Let Furnished,
T Kilnuca, Kauai, a comfortable
House and Cotlnge emlnentlysiiita-
ble for a family wishing to speml a
6hort time in the country. Apply to
180 tf Kilauca Sugar Co,, Kauai.
Henry May & Co.,
IJog to inform their pa
troiiH that thoy will deliver
goods at " Wuikiki," early
on the mornings of Ved
ncHday and Saturday, and
would respectfully askthat
orders may he sent not
later than TueHday and Fri
They also hog to notify
their friends that thoy de
liver goods twice a day on
the "Plains' "Nuuanu Val
ley" and "Palaiiia," and
would ask Hint orders for
morning delivery should
reach them hy i o'clock,
.and for afternoon delivery
not later than 3 o'clock.
liter's StmsMp Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thence on the first Monday
following the arrival of the Alameda
and Mariposa on the 8th and 22nd of
The steamer Kin an will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauhou on
"Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nights at the Volcano
When the Sth and 22nd of the month
fall on MontUy, the Kinnu will leave
C5f Tickets lor the Round Trip. $50, which
pays all Chargcs."a
The Kinnu will arrive In Honolulu
Sundav mornings on Volcano Trips. On
Hilo Trip, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Saturday morn,
ings. WTLDErVS STMSHIP CO.
Honolulu. Sept. 14, 1S85.
FROM the premises of S. B. Dole on
Emma street, on Friday, the lHth
inst.. u Bay Mare. A suitable reward
will he paid to anyone returning her.
1C0 tf 8. B. DOLE.
A. nice Cottage, 3 rooms, cook
ihouse and large yard. No. ill
iLililm street near School street.
Kent verv reasonable. Inquire at
128 2w M. 3: QRINBATJM & CO.
A SITUATION as luna or contractor,
xx on a plantation. Ucst
Address 124 lw
ences given as to ability, etc
L. L.," this ofucc.
T70R sale, tho furniture, piano
JD boo its of the late Judge Austin.
Can he seen at the rcsldenco on Nuuanu
Btreet, from 9 to 12 a.m. daily until Sep.
tembcr 2Cth. 127 1
ItOOHS TO LET,
Furnished or unfurnished, cen.
Itrally located, within ten min.
lutes walk of tho Io-t.OBlrc.
Address, P. O. Box 307. 121 lm
FOR SALE CHEAP.
;Ono Light Top Family
Wagon nnd 1 Top linsi.
"ness Wacon. Annlvte
F. J. WILHELSr,
Contractor and Builder, 103 King ttreet.
The Old Corner Restaurant.
tonNKU QUEEN AND NUUANU bT.s.
Meals, 25 cts. Week hoard, ?4 and
$4.50. Everything neat and clean.
Mechanical funs working at meal
times keep room cool and pleasant.
110 lm HOP LEE, Proprietor.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and?cnrrcct.
ly kept, albo nil kinds! of copying at
tended to. Ofllco with HuUneo As Ho.
hcrtson. 8:i tf
IS heieby given that I have sold ail
my right, title and interest together
with the good will nnd secret of making
the celebrated Fisher's Champagne
Cider. Thanking my friends and the
public for past favors, I would solicit a
continuance of tho same for my suc
cessors. ISRAEL FISHER.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1885.
In connection with tho above the un-
dorsigned would respectfully give
notice to tlictr friends and' tho public In
general that, having bought of Mr. I.
Fisher the right to and secret of making
tho article knoun as 1'lfliera unam
paguo Cider, they nro now prepared to
fill ail orders for the same at the shortest
I notice, We intend that this Cider shall
be it tlrt-clafi3 article. Orders left with
O. E. Williams, Fortstrte.t, or addressed
to M. T. Donnell. at tho Factory, No. 1H
Llllhn street, will rectlvo prompt atten
tion. iriBUfcifs uiutan cu.
M. T. Donnell. Manager, 110 tf
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