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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2"a7l88oT
Sehr Hob Hoy from Koolmt
Stmr Jus Makee from Kauai
Stmr Planter "for Kauai
Bktne Mary Wliiklemaii for S F
Bktnc Kllkitat for.PoitTownsend
Sehr Mary Fotor for Punaluu
Sclir Sarah and Eliza for Koolau
Sehr Llliollho for Punaluu
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtno V U Irwin. Turner
SS Alanicda. Morse
H 1 51 S S Christopher Columbia. E
For Maui and Hawaii, ppr.W O Hall,
Kept 21 Dan Foster, Mis A Koa. Miss
Mabel Laud, llov S t Davis. F A
Thomson. O Hull and wife, Mr Jaeger,
it Center, .Ins Mnnkhou-c, Frank May,
.Mrs Fetor Lee, U H Eldrldgc, .r LcwK
E MoDade, S K Kaeo, and about !)()
For Jlawall, perLehua. Sept 22 A
(iccilug and 0 deck.
For llamakua, Hawaii, per lwnlanl,
Sept 22 L .1 Llouarons, II M Sbeppard,
and about 10 deck.
For Maul and Hawaii, per Klnau,
Sept 22 Hon S G Wilder, S G Wilder,
.Tr, Col G.W Maefarlane, David L Beck,
MUs Buckle, Miss C II Clark. .1 MMon
sairatt. M D Monsarratt, J B Atlicrton,
Alex Young, Sr, J A Buckley, C Leh
manu, L Tocnnics. MKs Ilauua Kamal
opill, Miss K Kainaloplll, W II Ciim
mings, Mrs D KaniaioplU, Mr Zablan,
XCItoss. A Moore, J WGlrvln, II II
Hitchcock and wife, D Itankln, .1 F
Goodwin and about 150 deck.
For San "Francisco, per bklne Mary
Wlnkehnan, Sept 2:1 G Koseher.
Arrivals at San Francisco. Sept. 1,
Sehr Emma Claudina, from Hilof Sept.
2, bktne Eureka from Honolulu; Sept.
7, stmr. City of Sydney from Honolulu;
Sept. S, stmr. Alameda from Honolulu;
Sept. 10, bktne W II Dlmond,'froni
Honolulu, and sehr. Ida Schnauer from
Departures from San Franclsco, Sept.
l,stmr. Mariposa; Sept. 2, hark Cai
barien ; Sept. ii, sehr. Domltlla ; Sept.
12, stmr. Planter; Sept. 12, brig Con
sitelo. The bktne'Mary Winkehnan sailed at
noon to-day rfor San Francisco -with
5,272 hags of sugar and 174 hbls of mo
lasses. Value 1(1,9-10.
The Italian man-of-war was docked
near the P. M. S. S. wharf this morning
to take in coal.
The steamer C. R. Bishop will prob
ably sail to-morrow. It will not be de
cided, however, until the Makee gets in.
The Klikitat sailed this morning for
Three large boilers, weighing about 3
tons each, were shipped by the Planter
this afternoon for Ilauamaulu. She will
also take a large eleaiiing-panforLihue.
The schooner Mary Foster-takes about
!l." tons of coal to Punaluu,' Hawaii, to
day, and the schooner Liholiho will
load coal for the same place.
The steamer James Makee was tele
phoned at Walanae this. morning. She
is expected to arrive here between 3 and
I o'clock this p.m. '
The schooner Maua -takes to-day 20
tons of black sand for ICalwllahilahf.
The schooner Malolo is'havlng a new
fore-mast put in. The old one was
taken out this morning.
Thc'ncw Hawaiian schooner Doinitlla
Is breaking cargo near the old Custom
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun steeple of Fort Street Church
is being repaired.
L. J. Levey will hold his regular
cash sale on Fridaj'.
The 200. Chinese arrived yester
da' were all certified.
S. J. Levey will sell to-morrow,
at 10 a. m., 100 boxes fresh apples.
The British man-of-war Satellite
may be expected in port within the
next two days. ,
Company A of the King's Own. are
preparing for an exhibition drill to
take place soon.
The Italian man-of-war took in
1G0 tons of coal to-day. She will
receive 370 tons in all.
A Chinaman had his face scalded
by steam this afternoon wliilo work
ing on board the Eleu.
There is likely to be a moonlight
battalion1 drill to-mdrrow night, ac
companied by the Royal Hawaiian
Usual week-night services in the
churches to-night. Subject at the
Bethel Union, "Young Men"
1 John 2:14.
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The Honolulu ltilles had a good
bayonet drill last evening. The at
tendance was not as good as it
might have been.
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Pack your trunks for a trip to
Constantinople to-morrow evening.
Train starts from the Y. M. C. A.
platform at 7:80.
The Honolulu Carriage Reposi
tory is being repaired. The charred
boards arc being ' pulled down and
replaced with now ones.
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Some of the streets are in deplorable
need of scraping. "When damp, the
vapors, and when dry, the dust are
horrible elomcnts to inhale,
Aiioijt llfty sailors of the Italian
man-of-war congregated at the boat
landing last evening, singing nauti
cal fcohgs in their own language
His Honor Justice McCully will
hold the Intermediary Court of
Oalut to-morrow to hear appeal cases
f torn outer districts and from the
Police Court, Honolulu.
The Queen's Own had a street
drill last evening, commanded by
Capt. O'Connor. Over sixty mem
bers were present. Skirmishing
drill and route marching were the
It is reported that a Sunday
morning paper is to bo the next
novelty hero. The projectors must
be anxious to win like fame with the
Chinamen who shingled u shanty
ami painted ti sign on Sunday.
Memheus of Geo. AV. De Long
Post, G. A. 1., will hold a camp
lire at the Post room, this evening
at half-past seven. The occasion is
the celebration of the third anni
versary of the founding of the Post.
Mit. W. II. Barnes, of St. Augus
tine's College, Canterbury, Eng
land, has arrived in Honolulu, to
assist in the English Church mis
sion; and will shortly be ordained a
deacon by the Bishop of Honolulu.
E. P. Adams & Co. got fair prices
for David Oxley's furniture this
morning. W. G. Irwin & Co. bought
out the lease of the land, that be
longs to themselves, for $500 for
balance of term, four 3Tcars and 3
A numerous and gay company
assembled at the house of Mr. "VVm.
Anld, Palama, last night. They
had a gorgeous supper and delight
ful musical and social diversion
afterward, dispersing shortly after
ten o'clock all in pleasant moods.
A Woodlawn Dairy team shied
at the Davis wrought-iron wagon on
Fort street this morning, and one of
the traces becoming unfastened gave
appearance of mischief. Alacrity
and courage on the part of the driver
of the six-horse wagon averted a
Mr. James Simmons, formerly
book-keeper for the Honolulu Plan
ing Mills, who left hero on the last
trip of the Alameda, has, his many
friends and multi-mystical brethren
will, be glad to learn, obtained as
surance of a good billet in a railway
office in San Francisco.
Capt. Volpc, of the Cristoforo
Colombo, was here twelye years ago
in the frigate Garibaldi, as aide-decamp
to the Duke of Genoa. During
his staj- in port, he will be the guest
of Mr. A. Schaofcr, Italian Consul.
Commander Accinni Enrico met
King Kalakaua at Naples, when the
latter was making the tour of the
The Fire Marshal and the First
and Second Assistant Engineers of
the Fire Department, having made
some explorations in the city since
the gasoline fire of last week,
discovered 17 tanks of gasoline with
in a short distance of the Bulletin
olllcc. The explosive is to be re
moved to legal quarters to-morrow
Messrs. Alex. J. Cartwright and
W. G. Irwin both appeared before
His Honor Judge Preston this fore
noon, and qualified themselves by
filing their approved bond in the
sum of $10,000 as assignees of the
'bankrupt estate of S. J. Levey &
Co. The Marshal was ordered to
deliver over the property of said
estate to.tbe assignees.
The following item is from the
San Francisco Jireeiler and Sporta-
man of Sept. 12th: "During the
Santa Rosa fair the bay filly Lalla
Rookh, 2, by Flood, damFrou Frou,
by Asteroid, owned by S. B. Wright,
was sold at auction and knocked
down to H. J. Agnew, of Honolulu,
H. I., for. $165. She promised well
early in the season, but having been
a trifle over-done in her work did
not win, and Mr. "Wright ordered
her .sold. Mr. Agnow brought her
to this city to bo shipped to Hono
lulu, but at the Steamship Com
pany's wharf he met another resi
dent of the Islands who fancied the
filly, and she changed owners again
before the ship loft the dock." It
is pleasing to know that the pur
chaser of the animal mentioned
above had a much better bargain
than tho $1,500 first reported as tho
See those beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street. 132 3t
L. Adleu begs to inform tho pub
lic that he lias received an elegant
assortment of geptlemon's, ladies
and children's shoes per Alameda.
A DANGEROUS VISITOR.
"Why don't you say something
about diphtheria being In town?
People whoso children may have
sore throat should know that the
disease is here, so that they would
not neglect to call in a doctor in
ThU9 said a Queen street merchant
to our reporter to-day, but too near
press-timo for making enquiries
among the local physicians. Au
thentic information of two cases, in
different families, was, however, ob
tained. While tho existing cases may not
be malignant, the discasemay spread,
and in spreading develop into the
worst type. Thcic is no question
that the sanitary conditions of the
city are at preseut highly favorable
to the development of an species
of epidemic. A grave responsibility
rests upon the Board of Health.
On Saturday morning last tho
house of Mr. A. Kraft, jeweler,
occupied by himself and his sou,
Mr. II. A. Kraft, at Makikl, was
entered after both had gono to town.
Entrance was made by the son's
bedroom window on the towu side
of the house. The burglar went
through the clothing hanging in the
room, but missed a pair of trousers
that contained several dollars in
change. A pocket book with nothing
in it but papers was taken from a
coat and left lying open on the
floor. Mr. Kraft, jr., is not sure
but there was some money taken
from pockets that were rilled.
Having completed his depredations
there, tho marauder took the key of
the bedroom and with it opened the
sitting room door. On a table in
this room stood a canful of milk and
a paper bag of sugar, and these
were carried off. It is not known
whether anything else was taken.
Evidently the business habits of Mr.
Kraft, sr., werewcll known to the
thief, and the knowledge that the
former would be back from town
about nine o'clock probably caused
the manifest hurry that character
ized the depredations. Doubtless)
also, only the fear of detection pre
vented the burglar from making a
big haul of articles that were at his
A short time previously tho pre
mises of Mr. Kraft were frequently
visited by an egg-stealcr, who was
stopped by a little joke played upon
his superstition. Several eggs were
blown out and horse hair inserted in
the shells, and one trial of omelette
from this combined horse and hen
egg proved sufllcient. As Mr.
Kraft's residence is not far from the
scene of last Saturday night's high
way robbery, and. occurrences simi
lar to the one above described have
not been infrequent in the vicinity,
it is evident that a lot of bad charac
ters infest that quarter and require
the attention of the police.
Kanelawaia paid the $C to-day for
Maarei and Silzy, whose pugilistic
encounter yesterday was reported iu
this paper, were lined, Maarei, $0,
R. Gerke was reprimanded for
assault and battery on Aim and dis
charged. Wong Tai Poon, charged with be
ing a common nuisance, contributes
$23.30 to the funds.
Awai, Ah On and Ah Kau arc all
remanded to the 30th inst. on a
charge of common nuisance.
Tuesday, Sept. 22nd.
Mary K. Stillman and husbapd vs.
Tlieo. II. Davies and others, execu
tors of the will of James Woods,
deceased. Testimony having closed,
argument was appointed to be heard
on Friday morning next. F. M.
Hatch for plaintiffs, W. A. Kinney
In the bankruptcy of Chong Fat,
Hon. W. C. Parke, assignee, pre
sented his accounts, which were ap
proved, and lie was discharged and
his bond cancelled.
Harriet M. Jones and husband
vs. Jos. M. Oilman Petition for
partition of land. The defendant
appeared in Court and wa8 given
until next Friday to assent to sign
ing the deed of partition (which lie
refuses to sign) on pain of being
adjudged guilty of contempt of
Court. W. A. Kinney for plaintiffs.
A hailstorm did immense damage
to corn and tobacco crops in Mary
land, the loss in Charles county
Business is reported to bo reviving
in New York.
A Mormon conference has been
held in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The
Mormons say persecution is making
converts for them.
O. W. Yong, Chinese Consul at
New York, has been promoted to the
Consul-Generalship of the Pacific
President Cleveland returned from
a holiday excusion, much strength
ened for his arduous labors.
The Galveston News charges that
nearly $25,000,000 have been lost
to the people and the school fund of
Texas by mismanagement of State
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Peabody,
and Miss Belle Hasty, who l(ved
with them at Urbana, Illinois, died
very suddenly within a short time of
each other, in August. Mr. Silas
Peabody, a son of the above couple,
took sick the same timo as Miss
Hasty, but recovered. A package
of rat poison, alleged to have been
found on Miss Ilnsty's clothes, gives
suspicion that she poisoned all hands.
She was said to bo engaged to young
Peabody, whose parents opposed the
match on the ground of the girl's
The Republican paity are making
strong protestations of concern, all
over the Union, for fair play to the
colored vote in the South.
Charles Williams, a disreputable
negro at Chattanooga, Mississipi,
shot and instantly killed a street-car
driver named Polk Mitchell, who
had ejected him from n car for
smoking iu the presence of ladies
and refusing to pay his fare. That
night a mob took tho murderer out
of the jail with great diulculty, hav
ing to break through iron doors, and
hanged him to the rafters of the
The Union Pacific Company has
taken the contract to carry from
sixty to seventy-five carloads of
furniture from New York to San
Francisco. The lot is worth over a
million dollars, and, being the largest
freight shipment ever made to Cali
fornia, efforts will bo made to eclipse
all previous records in tho time of
its transmission. It is for one of
the largest capitalists on the Pacific
E. Berry Wall, of Now York, who
was known as " King of the Dudes,"
has failed. He inherited $300,000
about three years ago,and lately lost
heavily on horse races. His title
was due to his figuring in New York
and Europo as a young prince pro
digal, popularly supposed to pos
sess a suit of clothes for every day
in the year. He had no less than
500 pairs of trousers, and when
traveling carried more trunks than a
prima donna. The dudes all ac
knowledged his lordship and leader
ship in fashion.
Within a few days thirty-six
houses of ill-repute in Boston were
closed by tho police, and many more
were shut up voluntarily, by the
frightened proprietors. The gam
blers taking the hint, began also to
vacate their haunts. A girl found
in one house said she know of many
instances in Boston, of which all tho
details of the London disclosures
might have been retold with truth.
Arrangements have been made for
the emigration of 20,000 Hungarians
from the Pennsylvania mines to
Canadian agricultural lands within
tho next two months. Their depar
ture is represented' as being heartily
welcomed by the people of the
Wilkesbarro district. They arc de
scribed as of clannish disposition,
and a filthy, disgusting manner of
living, that rendered them an intoler
Oregon, with a population of 250,
000, will have a wheat production
this year of 450,000 tons, which is
nearly double last year's crop.
Baron Von Schorecr is going to
Rome, bearing an autograph letter
from Emperor William to the Popo,
looking to a settlement of the re
ligious disputes that have been
pending between Germany and the
There is great confusion among
tho English Liberals as to a pro
gramme for the elections. They
have over 500 candidates, compris
ing Liberals, Whigs, Moderates and
Radicals, in the field. Mr. Glad
stone so far declines to enunciate
a policy to bind these various ele
East Portland, Or., is to have a
$250,000 flour mill.
Large quantities of raisins are
being shipped daily from Fresno.
Solano county fruit growers will
ship a total of 000 carloads of fruit
East ibis season.
A mine near Helena, M.T., clear
ed up' 950 pounds of gold and silver
bullion for the month of August.
Tho Stockton newspapers strongly
hint that the police there protect
Chinese tan games from molestation.
Work will soon bo commenced on
a railroad from Phoenix to Maricopa,
A. T., and will bo pushed rapidly
A vessel is loading at Wilmington
with an entire cargo of j'ueca fiber,
which will be taken to England and
made into paper.
The Central Pacific Railroad Co.
offer 4,000,000 acres of land for
sale in Nevada, divided up into
suitable stock ranges.
A ditch company with a capital
of $75,000 has been formed to con
struct a new irrigating canal from
King's river into Fresno county.
Alexander II. Smith, a son of
Joseph Smith, founder of the Mor
mon establishment, is preaching that
doctrine minus the polygamy re
velations, at Stockton.
Tho Truckco Lumber Company
arc spending several thousand dol
lars in improving the channel of the
Truckco river so as to facilitate
wood and lumber driving.
John Bcnnet and, a man known at
the "Kid" have been arrested for
committing stage and other rob
beries near Pha-nix A. T. Bennett
acknowledges his guilt.
An Ogden Mormon paper says
that never in the history of that re
ligion have the efforts of their mis-
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sionarics in different parts of the
country been so successful as now.
There is a boom in the cattle busi
ness in Arizona, and available tracts
of grazing land are eagerly sought,
especially since the order removing
cattlemen from Indian territory.
A hundred live beeves were re
cently shipped from Colorado to
England and netted over $G5 per
head. Other shipments from ranges
farther west will probably follow.
A conscience-stricken resident of
Winncmucca, New, has forwarded
to the Superintendent of a street car
line in Sacramento 10 cents which
he says ho cheated the company out
of a year ago.
Altonio Martinez and Altonio Ac
cunio were arrested at Visalia Satur
day for stealing borne horses in
Santa Barbara county. They were
pursued through six counties and
across several mountain ranges and
a part of the Mojavc desert before
they were captured.
A mining shaft thirty-five feet
deep and with hundreds of tons of
ore on its dump has been discovered
on the desert, 100 miles east of San
Diego. From appearances, its dis
coverers say, ages must have elapsed
since it was abandoned. The ore is
botli gold and silver bearing.
Cora Rchberg, a nine-year-old
girl, died in the Helena, (M. T.)
hospital from the effects of severe
beatings administered by her father
and stepmother, who arc under ar
rest. There was not a squrc inch
of the child's body that was free
from bruises and sores.
A large rattlesnake hid itself in a
schoolboy's dinner basket iu a coun
try school, in Utah recently, and
when the lad went for his lunch at
noontime there was a stampede of
teacher and scholars. His snake
ship held possession of the school
room for some time, but a passing
teamster finally killed it.
IX Nil KM. AXI TIXH.
Celery & Cauliflower
Plenty For All.
Lewis & Comp'y
Henry May & Co
Beg to inform their nu
trons thnt they will deliver
tfoods at " Waikiki," early
on tho mornings of Wed
nesday and Saturday, and
would respectfully ask that
orders may he sent not
later than Tuesday and Fri
They also hog to notify
their friends that they de
liver goods twice a day on
the "Phiins," "Nuiuimi Val
ley '' and "Palama," and
would ask that orders for
morning delivery should
reach them by i o'clock,
and for afternoon delivery
not later than 3 o'clock.
Commencing on Monday, October
ISIh, and tlicnro on the first Monday
following the unival of the Alameda
and Mariposa on the Sih nml 22nd of
The steamer Kiiiun will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauhou on
"Wednesday mcrning, giving Tourists
two Jays mid two nights at the Volcano
When the 8lh and 22nd of the month
fall on Monday, the Kinnu will leave
EST Tickets for the Round Trip. $50. which
pays all Charges."a
The Kiiinn will arrive In Honolulu
Sundnv mornings on Volcano Trips- On
Hllo Tripi, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesday?, and icturii Saturday morn
ings. WILDEK'S STMSnfi? CO.
Honolulu. Sept. 14. 1885. 124 tf
A nien Onttape. S rooms, cook.
ilinnan nml lnriri vnrft Wn. !11
Lililia street near School street.
Kent very reasonable. Inquire at
128 2v M. S. ORINBAUM ft CO.
A SITUATION as luna or contractor,
on a plantation. Bc-t of refer
ences given aH to ability, etc. Addrcbi
" J,. L.," thlR office. 124 lw
FOIl sale, the furniture, piano and
booitts of the lato Judge Austin.
Can he seen at the residence on Nuuanu
street, from 9 to 12 a.m. daily until Sep.
tember 2Cth: 127 I w
BOOMS TO M3T,
Furnished or unfurnished, con.
Itrally located, within ten mm
lutes walk of the Post-Oflico
Address, P. O. Box 807. 121 lm
FOR SALE CHEAP
- n..n T.lrrllf I'm, Vl
Ono Light Top Family
JBffim Wagon "and 1 Ton Jsusl
ncfis "Wnuon. Apply U
F. -I. WILHELM.
Contractor and Builder, 109 King ftreet.
To Let Furnished,
AT Kilauea, Kauai, a comfortable
Houscand Cottage eminently suiln
blu for a family wishing to spend a
t-hort time iu tho country. Apply to
130 tf Kilauea Sugar Co , Kauai.
The Old Corner .Restaurant.
COIlNi:it QUUEN AND NCUANU 6T.-.
Meals, 25 cts. Week board, $ and
$M.D0. Everything neat and clean.
Mechanical fans working at meal
times keep room cool and pleasant.
110 lm HOP I.EE, Proprietor.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT. AND COPYIST.
Hooks and Accounts neatly audjeorrcct.
ly kept, nlbo all kinds! nfcopying at
tended to. Ofllco with Hustaco Ai Ho.
bertson, 89 tf
IS heieby given that I havo sold all
my right, title and interest together
with tho good will and 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 FIS1IEH.
llouolulu, Sept. 8, 1883.
In connection with tho abovn tho tin.
dersigncd would respectfully give
notice to their friends and tho public in
general that, having bouglit ot Mr. 1.
I Fisher tho right to and secret of making
1 the article known' as Fhhcr's Chum.
' pagnu Cider, they aro now prepared to
, till nil orders for tho same at the shortest
notice Wo intend that this Clder'shall
ho a first-class article, Orders left with
O. E. Williams, Fort street, or addressed
i to M. T. Donnell. at the Factory, No. 13
l.llliui street, will reccivo prompt atten.
tlon. FISHER'S OIDEH CO.
M. T. Donnkll, Manager. 110 tf
Mm mm Co.
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