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FRIDAY, SEPT. 23, 1883.
Sclir Halc.ikahi fiom Pcpeekco
II B M SS Satellite from Ecitiliiiaull
Sehr Mnuuokawal fiom Koolaii
Sclir Knwallanl from Koolmi
Bgtne W G Iiwln for Sun riauclsou
Sum- C H Blliup for Wiilnnac, Witlnluu,
Kilauca and Ilunnlci
Stmr.Tamc Mnkcc for Kapaa
Schr Kalnbow for Koolau
BkCalb.u ten. Hubbard
SS Alameda, Moisc
II I M S S Clnlstophot Columbus, 13
l-'or &au Fianolsco, per bgtnu W O
lrwliupept 25 Mrs A MeWayne, Col
Sam Tonls, D Oxley, w Ife and daughter
The Consuclo sailed this morning for
Sau FrancUeo with 2.504 bags of sugar
valued at $9,007.30.
The" Satellite was commissioned April
2i,18S3, itli 170 men all told. She has
but 138 ubw.
,Tho Biltish man-of-war Wild Swan
arrived in China on the same day the
Satellite left Equlmault, 11. C.
THo British llagship Tilumph is at
Eoquiniault. B. C.
II. B. M. S. S. Constance was lelioved
by the s.s Conquest at Esquimault, B.
U., and the fonncr eol silled for
Tin; schooner Kiiw.'iihiiil bi ought 405
bags of lice.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Whek the Satellite was sighted
this morning she was reported to lie
The riee growers of Koolau will
commence cutting the new crop on
the tenth of next month.
--A Portuouksu laborer 'was killed
bj' falling from a 11 tunc on Ilakalau
plantation on Friday last.
Skcrktary Fuller leads the Young
People's prayer meeting at the
Bethel Unjon this evening.
A match has been arranged be
tween the Married Men and Hawaii
B.B. clubs, for to-morrow afternoon.
Tun Band's serenade of the Italian
marine ofllcera at the Hotel last
night was marked by good playing
of an Italian programme.
The Queen's Own paraded last
evening, en route, marching order,
manceuviing during the march, com
manded by Captain O'Connor.
A Portuouesi: is boring an arte
sian well at Laie the Mormon Settle
ment at Koolau and the Mormons
are going to enlarge the plantation.
L. Adi.eii begs to inform the pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
Judge McCully has sold his cele
brated Holstein bull, "Hercules,"
imported from Germany, to Mr. Z.
S. Spalding, Kauai, for live hundred
When the Satellite was lowering
her boat this morning, and the
"jolly Jack tars" were walking with
the lines a piper played a highland
jig for the boys to keep time to.
Mn. J. Tolbert of the Myrtle
senior crew and "W. Monsarrat of
the junior crew will not take part in
the next regatta. Two other mem
bers will have a chance to say they
were in the race.
"Mr. Antone Neilson, an employee
of the Iron Works and an old resi
dent, died on Wednesday, aged
about fifty. He -was highly esteemed
by his fellow-workmen, who bore
the expenses of his funeral.
Tins is the night of the grand
masquerade and may-pole dance,
so long looked forward to, at the
Yoscmito Skating' Rink. Prepara
tions have been going on for a week
in the building, and longer outside,
for the event.
Messrs. J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.
have presented Mr. W. A. Kinney
(captain)' with the championship
bat, won by the Oceanic Baseball
Club during the past season. It is
a beautiful article of workmanship
.and is suitably inscribed.
Two natives in a decked whale
boat left here last Tuesday for
Koolau on a ilshing expedition. The'
were three days beating their way
and when the schooner Manuoka
wai left Koolau they were seen off
Mokomanu. Their catch was but
A nativj: named Umiloi murdered
his fatlicr-ln-law, Wahakolo, by
clubbing him, at Kntnaca, Ilakalau,
Hawaii, on Sunday last. The- deed
Was the result of a quarrel over Ill
usage of his wife by tho young man,
Both men had been drinking okole-
.. i i i
His Majesty gave audience, at
nooii yesterday, to Mr. F, A. Schac
fer, Italian Consul', and Copt. Volpo
and officers of the Italian man-of-
war Christofoio Colombo. This
evening the Consul will entertain
tho same party at his residence,
Humors havo been in ciiculation
that an outbreak of diphtheria
occturcd at St. Louis College. We
arc authotiod to slalolhalno symp
toms whatever of that disease havo
appeared in the College. A few
mild cases of ordinary sickness have
occurred, but nothing to give occa
sion for alarm. The pupils arc in
good health and spirits.
Iir.KKi:niN( to the account of an
extraordinary purchaso of real estate
in yesterda3''s issue, It is only fair
to state- that the original owner of
the properly has magnanimously
offered tho purchaser a more desira
ble lot in exchange for his gulch.
Another man who bid in a lot with
out having seen the piopcity, has
stated that he would not take double
what he paid for it.
Au, tho hills for the campnro of
the G. A. It. Post were paid within
Ihiity-six bonis after the event.
This is a good example for all organ
izations, both temporary and per
manent. By way of giving honor
where it is due, Mi-. James T. White,
Senior Vice Com., should be credited
with the hard work of preparation
for, and the energetic despatch of
business connected with the affair.
MORE OF IT.
The house of Mr. Gilbert J. Wal
ler, at Kalihi, was entered, during
the phsence of Mr. and Mrs. Waller,
on Wednesday evening. The burg
lars effected their entrance through
a side door which they managed to
unlock, and after getting in found
the key of the safe, and abstracted
tlic money therefrom. Articles of
jewelry in the safe were left scatter
ed about on the floor, and a quantity
of silver plate in the house was also
left behind, the villains being evi
dently satisfied with a good haul of
the needful. Among the coins in
the safe was a number of English
sovereigns, half crowns, shillings
and copper pieces, some of which
H. B. M. S. S. SATELLITE.
II. B. M. S. S. Satellite arrived
this morning 18 days from Esqui
mault, B. C. She sailed from Bri
tish Columbia on the afternoon of
the 7th and steamed most of the
way to Honolulu. On the morning
of the second day out Mr. Alfred
Brang, an ofllcer of tho second class,
was taken with an apoplectic fit
while aloft, but was in such a posi
tion that he did not fall. When
lowered to tho deck life was extinct,
and on the afternoon of the same
day his remains were consigned to
the deep. Deceased was 2C years
of age, and had been on the Satellite
from the date of her commission,
April 24, 1883. The Satellite is a
small vessel canying light guns, two
Nordenfelt and two Gardner, and a
crew of 138 men all told. She will
remain here for ten days, when she
will sail for the South Pacific Isl
ands, and thence to Valparaiso.
Following is the list of officers :
Captain AM ngto n .
Lkutenants Jones, Noel, Hudson,
Savlle (navigating officer), Lea.
Chief Engineer Swanson.
Assistant I'ay master Hewlitt.
Midshipmen Mastcis, Blown, Cham-
Association Hall was well filled
last night, by the cream of Hono
lulu society, to hear Major II. C.
Dane, of Boston, describe the city
of "Constantinople, Queen of the
Levant." The lecture was one gor
geous piece of word painting from
beginning to end. In the metro
polis of. Eastern magnificence the
artist found a subject worthy of his
rare descriptive eloquence.
Beginning with the water ap
proaches, he rapidly but vividly
sketched their beauties, referred to
tho health-giving breezes from the
Bosphorus , and the Balkan ranges.
Poking up the famous dogs of Con
stantinople, he made the audience
sec them and laugh at their mani
fold attributes. Witli all1 their vilc
ness and laziness, however, tho dogs
were given credit for usefulness as
scavengers. He gave them a finish
ing touch by likening them to
ward politicians, "always standing
It was something now to hear
praise bestowed upon the adminis
tration of justice by the Mussul
mans. Yet Major Dane said no
police court in the city of Boston
wa.s ever conducted with more
sobriety, justice and promptness
than that of Constantinople. Ameri
can sailors prefer to be dealt with
by it, when in scrapes, to appealing
to their own consul. A board of
prison commissioners contained one
lady a German who, if ho was
correctly informed, was Miss An
drews, who had gone from this city
of Honolulu. The lecturer gave his
hearty endorsement to the judicial
system, that had no place in it for
the pardoning power. Sentences
were executed with certainty, and
new tiials were the only remedy for
mistakes of justice, An admirable
system of prison management pre
vailed in Constantinople. Prisoners
were separated by classes. There
was no mixing of young culprits
with hardened criminals. Murder
ers wcro confined with murderers,
and so with forgers, counterfeiters,
lobbcrs, and the test. The prisons
were thereby pi evented from being
the schools of crime Hint similar
places arc clscwlicic. Instead of
cells the prisoners were put to sleep
in large dormitories. Prison labor
was utilized to good purpose in a
vaiiety of manufacturing industry.
After describing his inspection of
the troops and the navy of nineteen
iron-clads, performed in company
with Osiunn Pasha, tho hero of
Plevna, and the English Hobait
Pasha, admiral, Major Dane came
to tho objects of greatest grandeur
and magnificence to bo found at the
Golden Horn. It was very interest
ing to huvo him tell how he gained
access, with distinguished escort
and other imperial favors, "to all the
grandest palnccs and churches.
Other rcspectablo tourists, who had
waited round for years and used all
the aits they deemed available for
the purpose, wcro astonished at his
success in this respect. In the
grand palace of the emperors, the
residenco of the Sultan, the Major
was surprised to find a picture gal
lery containing likenesses of the
human form and of horses. As tho
litcial rendering of tho second com
mandment of the decalogue is part
of the moral eodc of the Mussul
mans, this display of pictures was in
truth a glaring innovation.
It would be impossible in a mere
summary to follow the lecturer
through the stupendous mazes and
magnificences of the Seraglio Palace,
largest of all ; the St. Irene Church,
the Treasury, and the Church of St.
Sophia. A column would not give
an adequate idea of the vast luxuri
ousness of the first named alone. In
tho basement of St. Irene Major
Dane met with tho most novel spec
tacle he had ever seen in a church
225,000 of the- best pattern- of
American rifles, snugly stacked.
The Treasury, guarded with sedu
lous care and Becured with an intri
cate system of doora and locks, is
stored with a fabulous wealth of
trophies won from times immemorial
in the national wars. Gold, silver
and precious stones, besides almost
every conceivable sort of portable
wealth, were stowed away. Held
as sacred and the speaker was
glad one nation held anything sacred
even tho severest financial straits,
with which the Turk is chronically
afflicted, would not be adopted as
sufficient reason for disposing of
"any of this vast treasured wealth.
St. Sophia seemed to have struck
the Major as the perfection, com
paratively, of all the ecclesiastical
architecture he had seen in Europe
and Asia. St. Paul was a little cold.
Cologne seemed compressed. Stras
burg'made one ask for more light.
St. Peter's gave the feeling of want
ing to widen your eyes still more to
comprehend its expanse. A tradi
tion is enshrined in this church that
when Christ comes forth for the
third time, the Mussulman must go
forth as he entered 558 years ago.
Discussing the Turk, the lecturer
gave an estimate of him that must
have been a revelation to most of his
auditors. Jointly with Dr. Thomp
son he declared that, "The true
Turk will not lie, steal, swear or
drink." He will, however, have his
backsheesh, as well as the Arab.
The Arab is the Indian of the East ;
the Armenian is the money-usurer;
the Greek is tho keen politician. "-;
In a fine peroration the Major
eulogized the influence of the
English people and language upon
the Turkish Empire of to-day.
Wherever tho English language ob
tained sway, it elevated whatever
people was operated upon. He
spoko of the great effects apparent
fiom tho English naval and military
schools. Anxious seekers after
knowledge could only go a certain
distance in their investigations, when
they were confronted with problems
that only a measure of acquaintance
with the religion of the English
would enable them to solve. Some
of the rising young Turkish oiflccrs
had come to this point, and had not
allowed the obstacle to prevent their
progress, their thirst for information
being more potent than tho terrors
ef their own faith. The present
Sultan was more progressive than
his predecessors, and at tho peril of
his head had resisted the tyrannical
domination of tho Grand Vizier, who
hitherto held ahsoluto sway over the
temporal as well as spiritual affairs
of the Empire. When the inevitable
struggle took place between England
and Russia, Turkey would bo found
with England. There wcro two
Englands the hard, selfish, cruel,
grasping England, and the kind,
honest, humane, Christian England.
It Was tho latter that prevailed over
the former England when it had
wickedly joined Franco in opposition
to the vaunted principles of the
nation against the Union cause dur
ing tho American rebellion. Under
English influence introducing the
Christian religion, the lecturer anti
cipated the regeneration of the East.
AT Pnlama, a house with four rooms,
kitchen and wash-house, uIbo a
largo yard. Rent $1Q a month. Apply
to (1UI tf) J. C. KDWAKDB.
M Estate for Sale
No. 1 For Bent or Sale. The premises
owned and lately occupied by
Situated on Nuuanu street, In the valley,
opposite the Boyal Mausoleum. The
grounds aio ample to keep two animals
clng covered with good manionio turf.
Will be Sold on Time Paym'nts
At icasonablo interest, or let
nt a low figure.
No. 2 For Kent. The promises imme
diately abovo and adjoining that last
above mentioned, and known as the
The house has been put in first rate order
throughoutaud newly papered and paint
ed. Will be let, or rented, for a term of
years at $45 per month.
No. a For Sale. Lot 192 situated oa
the corner of King and ICccaumoku
streets on the plain, on
Mauka Side of King Street,
Opposite tho Govern
Frontage of 100 feet on King street, and
137 feet on Kccauinoku street. Price
$900. Terms Cash, or haU rash and
balance on mortgage.
No. 4 For Sale. The premises owned
and lately occupied by
TV. O. SMITJH,
Situated on Pcnsacola street, having a
frontage on Pcnsacola street of 400 feet.
Gas and Water
Laid on throughout the premises, with
gas machine complete. Also, a cistern
with a capacity of 1000 bbls connected
with the Government pipes, for use in
case of drought or fire.
The View of Diamond Head
And tho Sea Is unrivaled and cannot be
cut on", owinc; to tho elevation of the
premises. Price $12,500., Torms Cash,
or one-third to onc-hnlf cash; balance
on mortgage at 8 per cent..
No 5 ForSalc-
A Lot with new Dwelling
House & Outhouses,
Situate on Kinaii street neir the resi
dence of W. K. Custlo. Sale on account
of departure. Price 83,000. Terms
Cash, or part Cash and balance on mort
gage at 8 per cent.
No. 0 For Sale
A Small Cattle Ranch
Situate in Hamakua, Hawaii. Contains
258 acres of good land, suitable for
grazing, cane land. Within easy dis.
tancc of the limiting and the plantations
48 Heads of choice Tame Cattle
Including and imported Short Horn
Bull, also 2 horses. There is a DWELLING-
HOUSE on tho place suitable for a
family. All the milk produced is sold
for cash in the district. Chickens at $1,
pigs at $5 to $30, and produce, And a
ready cash market in the district. Part
of the land is wooded sufficiently to
supply firewood for the whole place.
Tho climate is cool and bracing. Price
$7,000. Terms Cash,-or part cash and
part on moitgagc at 8 per cent.
L. A. THURSTON,
88 Merchant street.
ANEW 3-roomcd Cottage w ith a largo
yard on the Asylum road. Kent
$10 per month. Apply of
131 tf J. O. EPWABD3.
IN ADDITION TO MY
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
I HAVi: HKCl'.IVBD 11V MARir-OBA
The Largest Stock
Men'K uiul Uoy'H
KVKIt OKKKIir.l) TO THE I'DIII.IO.
These Goods Need Only to he Been to
DPricew Lover !
THAN I.VEH SOI.U IIE1IR lIl-l'OKK.
A YOUNG widow lady desires a posi
tion In Honolulu as Governess,
Companion, or Nursery Governess.
Common English branches, Elocution,
French, Italian and music. Thoioughly
skilled in the management of children;
lonij experience as a teacher. Address
M. T., Bulletin office. 133 lw
Dwelling House for Sale or
THE large dwelling house and lot
occupied by D. D. Baldwin front
ing on Dole street, at Punahou, and run.
nlng through to Bcckwith street. Tho
houso contains S largo rooms, 2 pantries,
1 bathroom, 4 large closets, kitchen ad
joining. There Is a largo barn with
servant's room on tho grounds, also an
ofQco separate from tho main building.
Tho lot is nearly 2 acres in extent and
affords considerable pasturo and fire
wood. Everything in good repair. Gov
eminent wnter laid on. Enquire of
132 tf 8. B. DOLE.
Chas. Brewer & Co' s
110STON LINK OF l'ACKErs.
A first-class -sessel w ill be laid on in this
line to sail in all the month of Novem
ber nc.t. If sufficient inducement offers.
For freight apply to
CHAS. BREWER & CO.,
No. 27 Kilby street,
Or to Boston, Mass.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Honolulu, Sepl. 22, 1SS3. 131 3w
Mil I). L. AHPHART hcieby inti
mates that he has this day with
drawn from the firm of Soyong & Ah.
phart, and that he will carry on the busl
ness of an Employment Agency, Anglo.
Chinese Interpreting, Collecting Ac.
counts and other Agency Business nt
Sun Kim Lung Co.'s, 43 Hotel street.
JUST RECEIVED !
St Louis Lapr Beer
In Quarts and Pints. For Si lc ii
Lots to Suit at
F.A. Schaefer & Oo.'s
. liil) lw
and Lock Smith,
Bethel St., neM tn Post-Qfllce.
Sewing Machines of all kinds repaired.
AU kinds of Light Machinery repaired
ou Short Notice
N.B. Gool Woikminship and Chargoi
124 Strictly Moderate. ly
Henry May & Co.,
Keg to inform their pa
trons tlmtthuy will deliver
goods nt " Waiklki," early
on the mornings of Wed
nesday and Saturday, and
would respectfully asktliat
orders may be sent not
later than Tuesday and Fri
They also beg to notify
their friends that they de
liver goods twice a day on
tho "Plains," "Nuuanu Val
ley" and "Palama," and
would ask that orders for
morning delivery should
reach them by 9 o'clock,
and for afternoon delivery
not later than 3 o'clock.
127 2 w
I Oder's Stmsbip Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thence on the first Monday
following the arrival of tho Alameda
and Mariposa on the 8th and 22nd of
Tho steamer ICinaa w 11 1 make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauhou on
AVcdncsday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nights at tho Volcano
When tho 8th and 22nd of tho month
fall on Monday, the Kinnn will leave
ES Tickets (or the Round Trip. $50, which
pays all Charges."
The Kinaii will arrive in Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On
Hllo Trip', will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Saturday morn,
ings. WILDEU'B BTMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1885. 124 tf
A nice Cottage, 3 rooms, cook
Ihousc and large yard,. No. 31
Liliha street near School street.
lient very reasonable. Inquire at
128 2w M. S. GKtNBAUM fc CO.
IMMMIS TO IiET,
Furnished or unfurnished, ccn.
trally located, witlnn ton min
utes walk of the Fost-Ofllcc.
Address, P. O. Box 307. 121 lm
Ono Light Top Family
iron anu l 'lop jjusi.
ncs Wacom Apply to
Contractor and Builder, 109 King street.
To Let Furnighed,
AT Kilauca, Kauai, a comfortable
House and Cottage eminently suita
ble for a family wishing to spend a
thort time in the country. Apply to
130 tf Kilauca Sugar Co., Kauai.
FANNING'S ISLAND GUANO in
quantities to suit. Applv to the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
DR. BRINKERUOFF'S syMrm of
Rectal Treatment. A now luat
ment for Hemorrhoids, Fistula and other
diseases of tho rectum, by a prows
sure, safe and painless.
DR. McWAYNE, 34 Alakca st.
The Old Corner JJestaurant.
CORKER QUEEN AJD NUUANU 8TJ.
Meals, 25 cts. Wetk board, $4 aid
SJ t.CO. Everything neat and clean.
Mechanical fans working at meal
times keep room cool and pleasant.
110 lm HOP LEE, Proprieior.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books anil Accounts neatly nndcorr(ct.
ly kept, also all kind-J nigcopyitig at
tended to. Ofllco with Huitaco & Ito.
bertfaon. 8'J tf
IS hcieby given that I havo sold all
my right, title and Interest together
with tho good will and secret of making
tho celebrated Fisher's Champagne
Cider. Thanking my friends nnd the
public for past favors, I would bollcit u
continuance of tho same for my sue.
colors. ISRAEL FISHER.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1885.
In connection with tho abovo tho un.
dersigned would respectfully give
notice to their friends and tho public In
general that, having bought of Mr. I1
Fisher tho right to and secret of making
thu article known as Flthcr'a Cham,
pagno Cider, they are now prepared to
fill all orders for the sumo at theshortest ,
notice. Wo intend that this Cider shall
be a first-class article. OrdciB left with
O, E. Williams, Fortstrcot, or addressed
to M. T. Donnell, at tho Factory, No, J8I
Lllilm street, will recelvo piomjpt attcW
tlon. FISHER'S. CIDER CO.
M. T. Donnell, Hauager. 110 if
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