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TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1885.
Ilk Jupllcr fiom I.hcipool
Ilk llopo fiom Poit Townend
Tcin Maggie i: Russ fiom Rock
Stmr W G Hull fiom wlndwnid poits
Stmt C R Bishop from Kauai
Stmr Klimu for wludwatd poits
Stmr l'lantcr for Kauai
Stmr Iwalnnl for llamakua
Sclir I.cahl for Hnnalci
Sclir Walchu for Kauai
Sclir tthtikal for Wnlaliu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Wallelc for llllo
Schi-Kaulkcaoull for Kohol.ilolc
Scr LtiKa for Kohala
Sclir Kulauianu for Koholalelo
S.-hr Malolo for S. S. Islands
Stmr .las Makcc for Knpna
' VESSELSlN PORT.
SS Alameda. Morse
11 B M S S Satellite, Allugtnn
nk Hope, Penhallow
Hk Jupiter, Jones
1'orKahulul, per Llkcllke, Sept 28
51 O Monsauat, Thos K Cook, S Sellg,
GS.Tonas, CaptH Hubbard, Mr Slllo
way, Ab Hoi and 00 deck.
For Molok.il, per Jas 1 Dow sett, Sept
28 Hon D Kalianu, .1 A MeCandlcs. A
S Barnes, Miss Emily DaUsnnd about
FromPoitTownscnd, per bail; Hope,
Sept 29 Rev A O Forbes, Mrs Ida T
Penhallow, Master II It l'ciilmllow.
From windward poits, per W O Hall,
Sept 29 J MMonsarrat, Miss L Din
ron, Mrs G O Beekley and tlilld, J H
Sherwood, Miss K M Afoim, S K Kaco,
Mrs M D Cooke, J Bowler, I) Hanklns.
J Hobcllo and elilld, and G4 deck.
Tbe schooner Luka brought, 2,100
bags of sugar fiom Kohala.
The steamer Llkcllke took in 23 head
of cattle at the lauding yesterday after,
noon for Kuliulul. She sailed at about
B :!t0 o'clock.
The steamer Doctt did not get
under way until after 7:30 o'clock lat
The steamer Kllauca Hon sailed at
about 7 o'clock last evening.
The schooner Malolo sails to-morrow
for a C weeks' eiuisoto the South Sea
The British baik Jupiter, Capt. Jones,
ai rived yesterday afternoon, 147 days
from Liverpool, with a cargo of general
merchandise, paitof -which is lor San
Francisco. While in the Atlantic her
main and mizzen top-mast were carried
away by a squall. Shc rounded the
Horn on the 84th day out with severe
weather. In the Pacific, south'of the
Hue, her main and forc-top-sail yards
wcie. can led away by galcs. On August
21t she spoke a buk 102" days from
Hamburg for Tahiti. The Jupiter is
consigned to Davies & Co., and is dock
ed at Brewer's whaif.
Messrs. Rowlaifd and Johnson have
just completed tho building of a punt
said to be for Capt. John Rice and Capt.
A. McGregor to pull against time in the
next l cgatta.
'The sailing of the steamer James
Makee has been postponed until to
morrow at 5 l'.xr.
The schooner Maggie C. Kus, Capt.
Peterson, arrived this moi ning, 19 days
fiom Rock Port, Cal., with 209,500 ft of
RW lumber to Luwers & Cooke.
The bark Hope, Capt. Penhallow,
arrived this morning, III davs from Port
Townscnd, with 278,C97fl o"f rough HV
lumber, :i24,709ftof dressed KW lmn
her, 37,500 laths, 200,000 shingles and
200 sks oats to Lowers efc Cooke.
The Hall brought 1,120 bags sugar, 15
bags coffee, 120 bags awn, 40 hides, 1
hoises and 14 hogs."
The steamer Bishop will anlvejicie
about 5 o'clock this evening.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Sixmxa class at the Y. M. C. A.,
nt7:30 this evening.
Tin: Honolulu Rifles meet for a
bayonet drill at the aunory this
To-night is ladies' night at the
skating rinks. There will be music
at both places.
In the Civil Court to-day Kala
waia, for deserting contiacl service,
was fined 85 and 8 costs.
The championship bat was made
by Mr. W. K. Ilerrick, as this paper
said when it was offered in coinpeti
tion. Look out for our summary per
Alameda to-morrow a fortnight's
news. Order extra copies by ten
Salauied llremen must call on
Mr. J. Asch to-morrow between
twelve and one o'clock, to receive
IIiu'out of Major .Dana's lecture
on Grant is crowded out; also, re
port' of Kaumakapili Sunday school
Alii. Williams lias photographed
the Casino from four different points
for Mr. Nolto to send to his rela
tions in Germany.
A special meeting of the trustees
of tho Lihraiy and Heading Room
Association will be held at the Li
brary Hall, this evening at 7.30.
Last ovening Mr. P. C. Jones
entertained the Oceanic Base Hall
Club winucrs of this year's cham
pion bat at dinner in his house.
See advertisement of the London
Provincial Fire Insurance Co., of
which Mr, J. T. Wntorhouso, jr., Is
tho ngent, who will take good risks
nt reasonable rates.
Thei.s along the Palauia roadside
have icccivcd a long needed trim
ming. The blanches were a nuisance
to passengers, and often canicd
away the whips of diivcis.
The Chinese Christian church had
a narrow escape from being binned
on Sunday afternoon last. It caught
(Ire from the upsetting of a lamp,
but was put out without the ilepait
ment being called.
A i.Aiuii: man was sleeping on a
platform close to the Palama road,
at ten o'clock last night, and his
snores Vcrc distinctly heaul twenty
to thirty rods away, round a bend
in tliu road nt that.
Mit. J. K. Bobbins, formerly
book-keeper with Messrs. G. W.
Macfarlane & Co., died atWaikapu,
Maui, on the 19lii inst. In early
life he was an active speculator in
Wall street, New Yoik.
AmtANOEMi'.xTs have been made
for a cricket match between the
Honolulu cricket club and a team
fiom tho man-of-war Satellite, to bo
played at Mnkiki on Friday next.
The Band will be in attendance, and
a very interesting game is expected.
A immiiiAY sheet and pillow case
surprise party was given last even
ing to Mr. II. Johnson and Mr. B.
Biugcss at the residence of Mrs. C.
M. Walton. There were about thirty
persons present, and dancing, re
freshments and jollifications were
the order of the evening.
. .. . ,
DouD'h street sprinkler broke
down on Fort street, at the Hono
lulu Planing Mill, this forenoon. It
was full of water at the time. The
forward axle suddenly snapped off
at the right shoulder, and the main
whifllc-trcc was broken in the middle
when tho vehicle careened over. Mr.
Dodd promptly sent out another
The following passengeis are
booked to leave by the S. S. Ala
meda on Thursday next: Major II.
C. Dane, Miss A. Dccring. Miss J.
Judd, K. II. Allen, jr., Mrs. A. M.
Palmer, A. B. Sperry and wife,
Mrs. J. F. Smith, Geo. Campbell,
K. S. Hodman, Hon. C. R. Bishop,
Mrs. J. O. Carter and daughter.
It is definitely rumored that a
concert of sacred music of the finest
order will shoitly be given by a
combination of the Choral and
Quintette Clubs and the Fort stieet
choir. The programme will contain
some beautiful works of Mendels
solin, Spolir, Gounod and others,
and will prove a rare treat to all
lovers of the best music.
At noon to-day His Majesty
granted an audience to Major Wo de
house, II. B. M.'s Commissioner,
who presented Capt. Alington and
the officers of the British man-of-war
Satellite. His Majesty was at
tended on this occasion by His Ex.
Governor Dominis, Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn, His Ex. Walter M. Gib
son, Minister 'of Foreign Affairs;
Col. C. II. Judd, II. M.'s Chamber
lain ; Cols. Purvis and Boyd, Vice
Clmmberlains; Col. C. P. Iaukea,
and Major Holt, of the Governor's
The new Chinese theatie on
Queen street was in full blast last
night. The house was crowded,
and many Mongolians assembled on
the wharves near the theatre. Upon
the second floor of the building is
the hall and the theatre, where blood
and thunder tragedies are enacted.
The stage is about 20 feet long by
about 12 feet wide, of rough bounls,
with an elevation of two feet above
the main floor. Back of the stage
is a dark hole where the actors
dress, and on tho third lloor they
Exgixe Co. No. l's ball comes off
in the Yosemitc Skating Kink 'on
Thursday evening next. It" is tho
first time in many years that the
Company has had to look to tho
public for funds. There are few
organizations more deserving of
support than tho fire companies that
have so often saved tho city from
destruction. Tho price of tickets is
very reasonable, and the "fire lad
dies" may bo depended upon to
make every preparation for the
pleasure of their patrons. Dancing
will begin at 8:30 o'clock.
Ui'ox two policies in the Life In
surance Company, of New Yoik
the first taken out in 1815 and tho
second in 18C5 Mr. Wnyraan
Crow, of St. Louis, paid $9,513 up
to the time of his death in May last.
Mr. Crow's family received 810,445
from tho Company, the amount of
policies and accrued dividends. Tho
St. Louis Globe Democrat says,
"In addition to leaving this hand
some sum to his heirs, Mr. Crow,
for more than forty years, enjoyed
tho consciousness of having made nn
absolutely safe provision for his
The finest mure in tho kingdom
was lost to tho Government on Sat
urday last, Sho was drawing a cart
In Pauoa Valley, and driven by a
prisoner. The latter handled tho
animal so unskilfully as to cause her
to break a leg, and she had to bo
shot to end her misery. This was
one of tho splendid horses imported
by Mr. Lislnnan from Now Zealand,
and was admired for her massivo
build by all who saw her. Sho cost
8350 and belonged to tho Govern
ment. Homo surprise is heard ex
picsscd that such valuable slock is
entrusted to the charge of convicts.
Numijeh five of the Luso Ha
tcaiianq is to hand. It is readable
to those who understand the lan
guage, and contains matters which
must please all classes of readers.
There is news from Portugal, from
tho Azores, from the African Colo
nics. There is a thoughtful article
upon tho population question, show
ing that the Poilugucso form about
one-fourth of the forcigu popula
tion of the Islands. A bright little
story helps to lighten up a column,
and tho locals arc pungent and
newsy. Mr. Marques is to bo con
gratulated upon his management of
a paper .which is rapidly becoming
an important advertising medium.
Sugak has gono up, but our prices
have not. King Bros.' Ait Store,
Hotel Street. 13G 3t
L. Aih.eii begs to inform the pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
Monday, Sept. 28th.
Yim King, opium in possession,
remanded until 30th inst.
I?. Palmer, violating- express rule
No. G, leaving his horse unattended,
was fined 5 and costs.
Kaaha, assault and battery on
liana (w.), was fined $5 and costs.
Wm. Zapplin, drunk in Cosmopo
litan Saloon, $10 and costs.
Kaahamoku, for attempting to
rescue Zapplin from the police, was
sentenced to 48 hours' imprisonment
and fined 8 10 and costs.
John Frcdenburg, drunkenness,
forfeited 86 bail.
Archie K. Akau, assault and bat
tery on Ah Sin, 2 and costs.
A case of embezzlement of about
819 was remanded until to-morrow.
Tuesday, Sept. 29th.
Keahi, Unii and John Rcilay, for
drunkenness, $G each.
Kaahanui, for attempting the
rescue of Keoki from the police, was
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor fop 48 hours, and to pay a
fine of 815 and costs 83.20.
Kawai, for assault and battery,
got 48 hours, and lias costs to
Monday, Sept. 28.
Before Judge Preston. In the
matter of the estate of Kalawaia (k. ),
an Alabama claimant, deceased. Pe
ter Nowlein, of Ilanalei, Kauai, cre
ditor of the estate, presented a peti
tion praying that Albert C. Smith be
appointed the administrator. The
Court, after hearing proof of death
of deceased and claim of petitioner,
ordered that letters issue as prayed
for without bond. There is in the
hands of the Clerk the sum of 882
belonging to the estate.
Before Judge McCully. In the
case of II. A. Widemann vs. the ex
ecutor of the will of the late Dr. E.
H. Enders, of Wailuku, Maui. By
agreement of the parties this case is
heard in vacation, as of the last July
term of the Supreme Court, jury
being waived, on plaintiff's claim
for money disbursed for repairs on
house used by defendant as tenant
of plaintiff, which defendant claims
as per terms of the lease was to
have been paid for out of the rents.
Plaintiff in person; F. M. Hatch
for Thos. W. Everett, executor.
Parties having argued, case was
Before Chief Justice Judd. In
the matter of the guardianship of
John McKcague. The guardian,
Thos. A. Lloyd, presented himself
before the Court and asked to re
sign from the trust, giving as a rea
son that thcro was nothing furtlrer
to be performed in the trust, that
the long litigation against the Heeia
Plantation had ended, and tbnt he
wished his responsibility in the mat
ter to cease. Tho guardian had re
ceived nothing and paid out nothing
on behalf of the ward, except the
guardian's personal expenses in at
tending to matters which required
his serriccs as such guardian and
which expenses were borne by him
self. Tho Court, in accepting the
resignation, ordered that Mr. Lloyd
bo released from responsibility in
the matter, that his bond bo can
celled, and that ho bo thanked for
the faithful performance of his
Tuesday, Sept. 29th.
Before Chief Justice Judd. In
tho matter of proof of the will of
Jean Marie Daiglc, late of Hono
lulu, deceased. Mons. Henri Feer,
Consul nud Commissioner for
France, appeared as petitioner for
probate of tho will, Wm. A. Whit
ing acting as his attorney. The
widow, Mrs. Jacinta M. Daiglc, was
also present, represented by Messrs.
Kinney and Peterson, as contestant
of the will. Proof of death of the
deceased was had and the testimony
of J. K. Wiseman and J. H. Heist,
as attesting witnesses, taken before
His Honor the Chief Justice. Dur
ing the progress of the proceedings
Mons. Feer renounced his appoint
ment as executor of the will and
nominated Hon. W. C. Parke to be ad
ministrator with the will annexed.
As grounds for contesting, Mr. Kin
ney offered as follows: 1st. That
the person Fauacwa (former wife)
had subsequent to the will been
divorced from the tcslator, and the
intent to devise one-third of all tho
piopcity to the widow during her
natural life should not affect the
standing of the present widow.
2nd. That contestant could offer
testimony tending to show that after
said divorce with Panacwa the tes
tator during his last illness requested
the custodian of the will to destroy
it as being of no further use, but
that tho custodian declined to carry
out said request.
Mons. Feer asked to be under
stood that he had no personal feel
ing in matter one way or the other,
and suggested that the laws of
France would not permit of his being
sworn as a witness. Tho Court re
served for consideration the point as
to whether it is competent for a
third party, under the circumstances
of tho case, to testify what had been
tho instructions given by testator
regarding the revocation of the will.
Hon. W. C. Parke was appointed
temporary administrator of the estate
under 82,000 bonds.
In the matter of the will of the
lato Thomas Cummins of Waima
nalo, Oah.ii, deceased. Tho Chief
Justice heard argument of counsel
on motion filed to revoke will on tho
ground that the orders of Court re
garding citations to the heirs had
not been complied with. C. W.
Ashford appeared for Thomas Cum
mins, Cecil Brown for A. J. Cait
wright the executor. The Chief
Justice overruled the motion and
suggested that no irregularity in the
former proceedings had been made
and there was absence of fraud.
In Mrs. Stillman vs. tho execu
tors of the will of James Woods,
deceased, the Chief Justice filed de
cision in favor of plaintiff for money
LOVE ONE ANOTHER.
It was Saturday night, and two children
Sat on the stairs in the lighted hall.
Vexed and troubled and soie pciplexcd,
To Icain for Sunday the forgotten text,
lint both tec childicn dcclaied it haul.
" 'Love,' that is cay it means, why,
(A warm embrace, and a loving ki)
'lint 'one another,' I don't co who
Is meant by 'anothci' now Mav, do
Very grandly she raUed her head,
Our thoughtful darling, and low ly said,
As she fondly smiled on the' little
"Why, 1 am only one, and you are an
other, And this is the meaning don't yon sec!
That 1 must love you, and you mul-t
Wise little preacher, could unv sage
Intcrpict better the sacred page?
ANEW 3-roomcd Collage with a large
yard on the Asylum road. Kent
$10 per month. Apply of
l'Jl tf J. C. EDWARDS.
DR. HRINKBRIIOFF'S system of
Rectnl Ticatment. A new treat
ment for Hemorrhoids, Fistula and other
diseases of the rectum, by a piocess
sure, safe and painless.
DR. McWAYNE, Ul Ahikc.i at.
AH FAT and Ah Pan, doing business
under the Ann name of Xnco Wo
Ciian & Co., at Laupahochoc, Hawaii,
have sold out to Lo Nco Simr, who as.
sumts all our ass:tsnud will settle all
our liabilities. All persons indebted to us
arc requested to make immediate pay
ments to Lo Nee Sing.
NGEK WO CHAN & CO.
Laupahochoc, Sept. 25, 188.1). 135 lw
This elegant Rink has been painted
and overhauled generally. Tho prnpri.
clor, 11 nd I n h, after long usage, wood
unserviceable for Roller Skating, has
after great cxpeubc, laid a
Patent Gdpsition Floor,
And only asks a trial to convince any
one of Its great advantages over wood,
for enso in skating, cleanliness, etc
iSTOpen oery evening In tho week
from 7 to 0J, and Wednesday and Ba.
t unlay nflernoons for ladies and cliil.
dren. I). I, SMITH.
Cental Park Slating Rink
Cor. Beretania & PnnGhli o wl
K M ?
M. A. GONSALVES & CO.,
Are Now Heceiving Fortnightly from tho Coast, and Offer for Sale
A Complete Stock of Staple Groceries
In Part as
Baking Powder, C.i's
Brans, every vaiicty
Bread, Medium Cases
Bread, S. Pilot Ca9cs
Bran, coarse nud fine Sucks
Barley, whole and cracked, Sacks
Barley, Pearl, Cne3
Corn Meal, Case
Coffee, Am Sacks
" Kona, Sacks
Flour, Barrels, various I r.inds
Fruits, Canned Cases
Herrings, Smoked, Crates
Hams, Dupco Casks
" Buffalo Casks
Kerosene Oil, Nos. 1 and 2
Lird, Fairbauk, Cases
" Banner "
" Armour "
Lowest Market Prices and Every Article Guaranteed. Also,
A Fine Assortment of Wines, &c,
On hand nnd (o arrive per JUPITER now due,
A Select Lot of Choicest Madeira Wines.
138 M. A. GONSALVES . CO., Wholesale Grocers, Beaver Block, Honolulu. 2w
Telephone 210 in botli Cos.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
or and OO Motel Street.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Eistern Shad, Flounders, Rock Cod, Smelts, Crab?, Eastern Oysters, Cain Fresh
Roll Butter, Caulillowcr, Red Cabbages, Bunker Club House Sausages,
it al laid Ducks, Pearlies, Pears, Plums, Grapes, &c &c.
Hoi,(! Radish, Roots and Celciy, Swijs Cheese, Cream Cheese, Edam Cheeie,
German Smoked Sausages, German Pickles in Kegs, Holland Herrings in
Kegs, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kit- Mackerel,
And i Complete H.ine ot'ITu.iicy to S tuple GroccrieN,
AlWttJ'H on Iluixtl.
Goads delicred lo Waikiki, Tuesdays andTridays. Goods delivered to all parts
of the Town.
Henry May & Co,,
liig to inform their pu
troiiH that they will deliver
goods at " Wnikiki," early
on the mornings of "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," "Nuuuiiu Val
ley '' and "Palama," and
would ask that orders for
morning delivery should
reach them by 5 o'clock,
and for afternoon delivery
not lnior than ii o'clock.
ASILVEK-PLATED CAP from a
wheel of an English phaeton. The
finder will he rewarded by leaving the
same at tills office. lilSlw
Household Furniture for Sale.
THE undersigned desires to sell her
entire household furniture, most
of which has only been in usu for tho
lust three months. Apply immediately
at No. 1 Kukui street.
1112 lw MRS. O. II. "WOOLMINHTON.
AVERY COMFORTABLE and con.
vcuicnt house on Kinau street, he.
twecn Peusacola and Pilkol streets, con.
laluing three bedrooms, pai lor, dining,
room, icitchcu.puuliy.lmlh-rooiu, stables,
etc. Largo garden. Easy terms. Ap
ply to 1JHUCE CARrWHIGHT,
ut A. J. Cm twrighfs office. IS.', tf
Lobster, Picnic, Cases
Milk, Condensed, Cases
Oysters, McMunuy's, Cnes
Olive Oil (II gal diums), Cass '
Paste, Italian, Hoses
Pickles, English, Cases
Salmon, Columbia River, Bbls
" " J.blh
' Maltese Cross, Cases
Salmon Bellies, Kits
Soap, Yellow, Bo.es
" Blue Mottled, Boxes
Sucar, Cube and Powdered, Boves
" Crushed, Bbls
" Raw, Sks
8pices, every variety, Cases
Trlbccum (Man's), Cases
Teas, Japan and China .
Vinegar, Red and White, Cosks
Wheat, Cracked, Casc3
P. O. Box 2U7
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thence on the tirst Monday
following the arrival of tho Alameda
nnd Mariposa on the, 8th and 22nd of
The steamer JCiiiim will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days.and two nights nt the Volcano
When thu 8th and 22nd or the month
fall on Monday, the Kinnu will leave
1ST Tlckols (or tho Round Trip, $50, which
pays all Charges.-a
The Kiimu will arrive in Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On
llllo Trips, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Knturday morn,
ings. WILDEIVH STMSH1P CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1835. 12-1 tf
FOR SALE CHEAP.
sOno LIcht Ton Fomllv
Wnron and 1 Ton Bus .
"ndeB Wauon. Apply to
P. J. WILHELM,
Contractor and Builder, 109 King street.
To Lot Furnished,
AT Kllauca, Kauai, a comfortable
Ilousoftiid Cottage eminently suita
ble for a fomlly wishing to spend a
short time In the country. Apply to
ISO tf Kiiouca Sugar Co., Kauai.
I RUNNING'S ISLAND GUANO tn
. (liiantltics to suit. Apply to, tbe
PACIFIO NAVIGATION OO.
IIOOHIS TO IET,
huia Furnished or unfurnished, ecu.
Afffntrully located, within ten mln
IHSMftutcs walk of tho Post.Oftlcc.
Address, P. O. Box 207. 121 lm
litters strap Co.