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1'IUDAY, OCT. 2, 188fiT "
Stmr U 11 Bishop from Wnlalua
Stmr Jim Makeo from Kap.ia
Sclir Rob Roy fiom Koolau
Stmr W G Hall for wlnilwnnl poib
Stmr Lclma for windward pott
Sehr Lukn for Kolialu
Stmr 0 It Bishop for u cruise
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jus Makeo for Walntiac, Walalua,
Kllauea, llanutcl and Kapaa
Sclir Rainbow for Koolan
VESSELS In "port.
H UMSS Satellite, Allnglon
15k Hope, Penhallow
Ilk Jupiter, Jones
Sclir Maggie 0 Russ, rctcr3on
Bgtno Consuclo, Cousins
The stenmcr James Mnkco sails to
morrow inornln at 8 o'clock for Wni
anae, AVnlalua, Kllauea, llnnalol and
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fooutu )ago : "Thu New Russia."
Skating and music nt tiic skating
. o . -
E. P. Adams & Co.'s regular cash
sale attracted a goodly throng this
A dancing party will be given at
the Gymnasium this evening by the
II19 Ex. "W. M. Gibson, Minister
of Foreign Affairs, ,'paid a visit to
the man-of-war Satellite this morn
ing. , i . ..- -
Sunny South, "Waikiki, is said to
he the scene of nocturnal revelries,
such us cannot be mentioned in the
It was Excelsior and not Har
mony L'odge that provided the sick
benefits and passage money for Mr.
Tun Missionary Gleaners' Society
will meet in the vestry of Fort Street
Church at 4:30 o'clock to-morrow
fg,Tin: ofllucrs of II. B. M. S. S.
Satellite arc seen nearly every after
noon going in the direction of Ma
kiki to play at lawn tcnis.
Our information about new police
caps, was obtained from the head
Custom House officers. Olllcer Fehl
behr, of the police force, asserts
that none of the caps is for him.
Tm: steamer James Makco takes
to-morrow, besides the steamer
Bishop's cargo, 10,000 feet of mate
rial for Col. Z. R. Spalding to build
a bridge over Iyealia river, between
Kealia and Kapaa, Kauai.
Tin: errand of the schooner Ma
lolo to the South Sea Islands, for
which she bailed on Wednesday, is
to obtain sailors for the service of
the Pacific Navigation Company.
Tiiimi: should be a. full attendance
at the annual meeting of the Library
and Reading Room Association this
evening. Such an important insti
tution cannot flourish unless its
membership arc attentive to its in
terests. A aitr.AT variety of new adver
tisements appears on our inside
pages to-day. A German coach
man, Hon. W. C. Parke, Messrs.
Mellcr & Halbe and Messrs. C.
Brewer & Co. make intimations to
Last evening the Queen's Own
paraded under command of Capt.
O'Connor. The exercises were,
firing by lile, kneeling and by com
pany. Such assiduous attention as
the captain devotes to his young
soldiers cannot fail to produce a
high order of clnciency.
Maihnks from the British man-of-war
Satellite are eagerly inspecting
local industries. Some of them
have been asking direction to a
sugar plantation. A small party of
them was in McLain's forge, oppo
site the Bum.utin olllce, this morn
ing, taking turns at tho bellows.
The sociable at Rev. E. C. Oggel's
residence last evening was a very en
joyable occasion. The woithy por
tion and his estimable lady did the
honors In a manner that made every
one in the company felt quite at
home. A variety of literary and
musical exercises formed part of the
At about six o'clock yesterday
evening, some loud talking in tho
yard adjoining the Government
building attracted nil parsers who
chanced to bo within hearing. It
appears that a nativo employee in
the Survey Department was iii-tho
building after working hours, and
anothcvGovcrnmcnt employee, think
ing ho was there for no good pur
pose, ordered him to como out;
hence tho squabble. Each threat
ened to thrash the other and that's
all it amounted to.
L. Adliiu begs to inform the pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and fhildren's shoes per Alameda.
Just received a well selected stock
of fresh nrtlsts' materials, direct from
Winsor& Newton, London, per bnilc
Oiienle. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 140 3t
The Royal Band will give a fare
well concert, complimentary to Pro
fessor Julius llerz, at Emma Square
to-morrow afternoon, at-hJJO, when
tho following programme will be
Triumphal March -Rliml Wagner
Selection The Flying Dutchman
Chorus and March Taiiuhauscr. Wagner
Selection Lobcngi In 'Wagner
Selection The Walkuero Wagner
Selection Siegfried "Wagner
Aloha Oc. Hawaii 1'onol.
A RELIEF EXPEDITION.
Yesterday evening the steamer C.
R. Bishop was intercepted at Wal
alua and ordered to return to Hono
lulu. She left theic at ten o'clock
last night and this morning trans
ferred her cargo to the steamer Jas.
Makcc. The C. R. Bishop has been
chartered by the Government to
search for the missing schooner Ka
moi. The steamer is well provision
ed for a month, also taking reviving
nutriment for the sufferers if found.
She has been ordered to cruise for
ten days. She sailed this afternoon
for Lahaina to take on board the
Government physician at that place.
From thence she will proceed to
meet the Kinau and give her word
to be on the lookout for the Kamoi.
The Bishop will then sail for the lee
of Kauai, and to the South and
East, and if not successful in find
ing the schooner by that time, she
will make further explorations wher
ever the captain thinks best. A
sea-captain, in speaking of tho miss
ing vessel this morning, said he did
not think she could have drifted
beyond the sight of land, and fur
thermore, he thought she had been
struck bj' a squall, laid over, tilled
and then sank to the bottom. She
is said to have had about fifty tons
of pig-iron in the hold when she left
Puna. It is also stated that she had
some passengers on board, making
with the crew a total company of
THE FIREMEN'S BALL.
Engine Co. No. l's grand ball at
the Yoscmitc Skating Hall last night
was in every way a success. Tho
front of the building was brilliantly
illuminated. From the top of the
flagstaff down to the sides of the
building were strings of lighted
Chinese colored lanterns, forming
festoons. Extending across the
road were streamers of lights and
the doorways were also lighted with
lanterns. The interior presented a
gay profusion of flags, of all nations,
flowers, evergreens and firemen's
ornaments, making a pretty display
and reflecting much credit on the
ladies and gentlemen who worked
so hard in decorating the hall. At
the main entrance was a huge fire
man's cfligy with fire-hat and speak
ing trumpet, to illustrate tho mighti
ness of a fireman. A detachment
of the Royal Band under Mr. Ber
ger was stationed in one corner of
the hall to furnish music for danc
ing. II. R. II. Princess Liliuoka
lani, His Ex. Governor Dominis,
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, His Ex. C. T.
Gulick, Minister of Interior, and
Mrs. Gulick, were there, also many
ladies and gentlemen who came to
participate in the pleasures of
dancing. At nine o'clock the ball
began with a grand march, led by
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. More. Dancing
followed with zest, but, owing to
the number of gentlemen exceeding
that of ladies, there were many wall
flowers, lhe committee of arrange
ments, red rosettes, were Robert
More, P. O'Sullivan, Thos. Krouse,
R. II. Graham, J. A. Mchrtens and
W. Wright. Reception Committee,
blue rosettes, R. II. Graham, J. II.
Lovcjoy, Chas. B. Wilson and W.
Wright. Floor manager, rod, white
and blue rosette, Robert More.
Floor Committee, while rosettes, W.
P. Crooks, P. Harvey, A. Brown
and I. Ginsberg. The rosettes were
presented to the company by Mr.
C. J. Fishel. During tho evening
refreshments were served under tho
supervision of Mr. II. Hart. Ice
cream, cakes and lemonade were
plentiful and of tho very best. A
programmo of twelve dances was
carried out with animation, winding
up with a medley. Tho ball closed
about one o'clock, and the firemen
are to be congratulated on the suc
cess of the ball, tho good manage
ment, informality, and the pleasure
given to all.
THE GREAT QUESTION.
" What do you think of Mr. Mar
qucs's letter in yesterday's Bei.r.r.
tin?" asked one merchant of ano
ther in Messrs. Adams & Co.'s sales
room this forenoon.
"I think it is perfectly ridicu
lous," was the reply. "You can
not make one law for one nationality,
and another for another. I would
have the retail license fee raised to
S500. That would close up most of
the Chinese stoics at once. Then
the duty on goods from China should
bo made 100 percent, which would
put a stop to tho importation of sup
plies from that country. Why should
China's stinking fish and duck be
forced into the country, when the
United States buys our sugar and
can give in return ample supplies of
wholesome food for all classes?
Next year we will have 80,000 tons
of sugar to sell to America, and
something should be done to give
tho fullest scope to the treaty, in tho
way of taking American produco in
exchange for our great product.
Another thing that should be done,
is to stop the issuance of peddling
"I do not claim," added the
speaker, " that my idea is all per
fect ; but every man should give his
opinion on this most Important ques
tion, so that tho best remedy for the
evil may be found."
After " taking in " the foregoing
expression of opinion, the reporter
sallied' forth with the cue, and, mcct
iug a third merchant, asked him
what he thought of the letter in ques
tion. "I believe it was very good thot
is, Mr. Marques is right in repre
senting the Chinese question as one
of the most important this country
has to deal with. As to his proposed
method of relief, I have not formed
an opinion. Something will, how
ever, have to be done. When the
Chinese have absorbed all tho small
trade of the city, they will undoubt
edly next attack the large concerns.
It is a very serious matter now to
sec the mechanics driven away by
Chinese competition. I regard the
mechanic class as a saving clement
of the country. Those that leave
arc lost to tho country, for they arc
not likely to come back. The civi
lized working people are the main
stay of our best institutions, the
best customers of our traders."
Being told of the remedy pro
posed by a fellow-trader, as given
above, this gentleman expressed his
dissent from the proposition.
"Five hundred dollars would be
a larger license fee than most white
retailers could stand, while many of
the Chinese would be enabled to pay
it, and thus matters would really be
made worse. I think this kingdom
should be under no treaty obliga
tions whatever to China. The Gov
ernment should be very guarded
against playing into the hands of
the Chinese, for it has really become
the question of the day whether
these Islands are to be under West
ern or Oriental dominancy in the
MORTUARY REPORT. .
For the month of Sept., 1885:
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of Sept. was -17, dis
tributed as follows:
Under 1 year..
From 1 to fi...
From J5 to 10..
From 10 to 20.
From 20 to 80.
4 From 30 to -10...
0 From 40 to 50. . .
1 From HO to GO. . .
o From CO to 70...
0 Over 70
,33 Females, 14
causi: of death:
Consumption . . .
Disease of ile.ut
Disease of Liver
Poisoning . . .
Pneumonia . .
Unknown . . .
COMI'AIlATIvn MONTHLY JIOKTAI.ITV:
1 885. .
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
J. II. Brown,
Agent Board of Health.
FuiDXY, October 2nd.
Kulaka and Kimo paid the usual
SG each for drunks. Kimo was
mulct In $11 for assault and battery.
John-Dcgraves, a licensed driver,
for being drunk in his wagon, SG.
Kauwelawaia, and Ah Hung, for
common nuisance, were permitted
to contribute 85 and 8G.20 respec
tively. SUPREME COURT.
Fiudav, October 2nd.
The only matter before tho Coiut
this morning was that of the e9tato
of Miss Kate May, late of Honolulu,
deceased, before the Chief Justice.
Mr. Tom May, brother of the de
ceased, by his attorney, Mr. S. B.
Dole, applied for letters of adminis
tration, which were granted, after
going through the usual form of
proceedings. Mr. Thomas R. Walker
appeared as tho witness to prove tho
death. No bond was required of
tho administrator, as the only estate
of tho deceased is a one-tenth inter
est in the firm of II. May & Co.,
tho estimated worth being tho sum
of 812,000. This was a devise left
to tho deceased by the will of the
late Henry May, uncle of tho de
ceased. Tlus solo heir of the above
one-tenth interest is Elizabeth May,
mother of the deceased, now resid
ing in Ncithvop, near Banbury,
A REGULAR quarterly dividend of
$2 per share will lie paid to the
holders of O. Brewer & Co.'s stock at
the ofllce of the Company.
Treasurer C. Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1895. 110 3t
Meeting of Stockholders.
THE Stockholders of C. Brewer &
Co. will please lako notice that the
tegular quarterly meeting of the Com.
pany will bo held at the Company's
oOlcc on FRIDAY, the 0th October, at
10 o'clock a m. ,1. O. CARTER,
Secretary C. Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, 1K85. 1 10 Iw
MELLER & HALBE'S
Ice Cream Parlor
Lincoln's Block, Kiiii st
A Fine Ahhoi'IiuciiI of
Candies & Cakes
-A.I-wn.yN on Hand.
A COMFORTABLE house and lot for
sale cheap on Vineyard street.
Apply on tho premises, rear of Mr.
Cnnha. 138 3t
AT Palama, n house with four rooms,
kitchen anil wash-house, also a
largo yard. Kent $15 a mouth. Apply
tn (131 tf) .1. C. EDWARDS.
STRAYED or stolen from the vicinity
of Queen's Hospital, a Yellow Horse,
branded KC on ono hip and YA5 on the
other. Anyone who can give niformn.
tion to lead to the recovery of the nni
mal will please commuuicaie with
737 2t WOLFE & CO.
A YOUNG widow huly desires a posi.
tion in Honolulu as Governess,
Companion, or Nursery Governess
Common English branches, Elocution,
French, Italian and music. Thoroughly
Mulled In the management of children;
long experience as a teacher. Address
M. T Bulletin olllce. 133 lw
Labor Saving Soft Soap.
WHAT ALL Families, Hotels and
' Laundries need. For sale at W.
E. Hcnick's Turning Shop, Bethel St.,
by (77 2m) WM. H. HUDDY.
L. E. SPERRY,
Jeweler and Engraver,
X. Tnnuutt, WuieliMiulcer,
NO. 63, FORT STREET.
Engravings and Monograms oxecuted
lu the highest style, and jewelry
91 made to order. 3m
Henry May & Co.,
IJeg to inform their pa
trons tliuttliey will deliver
goods at " Wuikiki," early
on the mornings of Wed
nesday and Saturday, and
would respectfully ask that
orders may be sent not
later than Tuesday and Fri
They also beg to notify
their friends that thoy de
liver goods twice a day on
tho "Plains," "Nuuium 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.
Telephone 210 in both C03.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
117 anil OO Hotel Hired,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Eastern Shad, Flounders, Hock Cod, Smelt?, Crah?, Eastern Oyster?, Cain Fresh
Holl Butter, Caulitlower, lied Cabbages, Bunker Club House Sausages,
Mallard Ducks, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, &c Ac.
Horse Bullish, Hoots anil Celery, Swiss Cheese, Cream Cheese, Edam Cheese,
German Smoked Sausages, German Pickles In Keg?, Holland Herrings In
Kegs, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kit Mackerel,
.Vik.1 n Complete Jjlue ol Xuncy .to HUipIe GroecricM,
Alwuj'H on JLIiiml.
Goods delivered to Waikiki, Tuo3ilaya nnd Fridays. Goods dcliveml to all parts
of the Town.
npHE uiulcisigncd Teniporaiy Admin
X istrator of the Estate of J. M. Dai
glc, deceased, oilers for sala tho follow
Fng property at prlvato sale with the un
expired lease of the premises on Bethel
2 Horizontal Engines, 10 horse- and 1
1 Horizontal Boiler, 30 feet with 2
Horizontal Cylinders, 1 4C Inches,
tho other G.xlO inches with fittings
1 Horse Steam Engine and Boiler (por-
1 Parkin's Lathe, 21x1 feet with fitting.
1 Bhepard Lathe, 8.2K feet with fitting.
1 Small Wood Lathe. "
1 Small Steam Pump with Boiler.
1 Small Pump and Connections.
1 Horse Upright Engine incomplete.
C Guns and 4 ltevolvcrs.
2 Small Carriage Lamps.
1 Carriage Wheel and 1 Clock Dial.
1 Wooden Bench.
1 Small Forge with Anvil, -l Hammers
1 Bench with 2 Vices.
1 Drilling Machine.
3 GriiuUlones Willi Stands.
1 Small Wooden Bureau with Stool.
IS Dies, assorted sizes and G Left llnnil.
10 Drills for Wood and Iron.
7 Hammers of divers sizes, 5 Thimbles,
divers sizes; 18 Files, assorted; 4
2 Stocks with OPipe Dies, G (5 Pincers.
2 Cutters, 5 Mandtails, 1 Pipe Vice.
1 Steam Governor, 1 Forga Bellows.
1 Old Sewinc: Machine, incomplete.
1 Bov of Glasses, 2 Drawers of Old
Tools, divers kinds; some incom
plete packages of marks in figuies
and leiteis, a lot of Bronze Bibbs, a
Sluam Gauge, a lot of old Locks
and old Thimbles or various kinds.
1 Assortment of Now Thimbles, divers
lots of Old lion, a bet of 4 Shelves
with Hack for Guns.
This is a good opportunity for an in
vestment as ilic Engines and Boilers are
in good condition, and the stand is a
For full particulars in regard to the
unexpired lease of the premises and the
contracts to furnish steam power to per
sons occupying the buildings adjacent
theieto, apply to lhe undersigned.
W. C. PAHKE,
E5? Any persons wishing to examine
tho articles can do so by applying; to W.
E. Ilcirick on tho premises.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, ISS.1). 140 2t
Household Furniture for Sale.
npilE undersigned desires to sell her
X until o household fuinittiie, most
of which has only been in use for the
last three months. Apply immediately
at No. 1 Kukui street.
132 2w 31HS. C. II. WOOLM1NGTON.
THE FISHER CIDER COMPANY,
Factory, 13 Liliha stiect.
A HE now picparcd to furnish this
celebrated Champagne Cider at
short notice, and in quantities to suit.
All orders will meet prompt attention
by uddies-sing The Fisher Cider Co.
M.T. DONNELL, Manager.
Mutual Telephone MG. 13!) ly
npiIH Salo of Furniture, Books, etc.,
X at Judge Austin's bouse will ho
continued till further notice from 0 to
12 daily. ' 138 lw
TO LET OK LEASE.
A COTTAGE of fi rooms, on Boretn
nia r.treet, m ith a largo lot of land
with fruit nnd ornaincntnWrccs, water
nnd every convenience, rent ?20 per
month. Also n largo lot of laud with
carriage house, stalls for 3 horses, and
room for man. Tho wholowlll be rented
or divided to suit parties, and buildings
erected thereon if necessary. .For parti
culars apply to
133 2w LYONS & COHEN.
SIJPISKMK C'OUIST of the Ha
waiian Islands. In the matter of
tlmB.inkiuptcy of HENHY TUUTON.
Beforo Chief Justice Juild.
Henry Turtou, doing business In La
haina and Honolulu, Islands of Maul
and Orthu, having been adjudicated
bankrupt on the petition of 11. lluekfeld
ifcCo,, it is heioby ordered that till credit
ors of tald bankrupt como in and prorc
their claims before me, at my Chambers,
in Honolulu, on
tfoiulny.'Oct. 12, 1885,
At 10 o'clock a, m.
And It U further oideii'd that upon
said day thu creditors proceed to hold
tlm ELECTION of an nsbignco or as
signech of said bankiupt estate, and that
notice hereof be published in thu llaiu
niiuii Gazette. Daily Bum.utin and h'uo
kou until raid hearing.
Dated Honolulu. Oct. 1. 18S5.
A. V, J HDD,
Chief Justice Supremu Court.
Attest: llKsny Smith,
Deputy Clorlc. 131) 01
AVEHY COMFOHTABLE and con.
venient house on Kinau street, bo
tween IViibiieola and Pilkol streets, con
taluing tlircu bedrooms, parlor, dining,
room, kllchcii.pantry.bathrooiii, stuhlcs,
etc. Largo garden. Easy terms. Ap
ply to iinucu CAHTWHiairr,
at A. .T. Oartwright'fl ollh-e. 185 tf
P. O. Box 297
ANEW a.ioomod Cottage with u large
yard on the Asylum road. Rent
Siu jtcr niontn. Apply or
J. C. EI
A SILVER-PLATED CAP from a
wheel of an English plincton. The
Under will bo rewarded by leaving the
same at this ofllce. 135 lw
FOR SALE CHEAP.
One Light Top Family
Wagon nnd 1 Top Busl
mess wagon. Apply lo
F. J. WILHELM,
Contractor and Builder, 109 King street.
DR. BRINKERHOFF'S system of
Rectal Treatment. A now treat
ment for Hemorrhoids, Fistula nnd other
diseases of the rectum, by a pioccs
sure, safe and painless.
DR. McWAYNE, 34 AInkca M.
Provincial Fire Insurance Co.,
KuliHiiIlieit Capital : : x 1 ,UOO,000
J. T. WATEIUIOUSE, .Tn., Agent.
HAVING obtained the services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, we wish
to inform the public that wo arc able to
Tune nnd Repair Pianos at short notice.
All orders left with us will lie promptly
attended to, and all work wai ranted.
1033 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
Butter ! Butter !
135" "Wootlliwvn Xuii-r -ij
In 1 Hi bricks, for sale by
Henry May & Company.
aIIE undersigned having been ap
. pointed Assignees of the Estate of
S. J. Levey & Co., Bankrupts, nil per
sons Indebted to said llrm are hereby
requested to mnkc immediate payment
to Alex. J. Cartwiighl at his olllce, No.
3 Kaahumanu street.
ALEX..T.CARTWRIGHT, ) As,necg
W.G.IRWIN, f Assgntc.
Honolulu, Sept. 2C, ISS.'). 135 2w
A II FAT and Ah Pan, doing business
XjL under the llrm name of Ngeo Wo
Chan & Co., at Tiaupahochoc, Hawaii,
have sold out lo Lo Nee Sin?, -hoas.
suincs all our assets and will settle all
our liabilities. All persons indebted to us
arc requested to make immediate pay
ments to Lo Nee Sing.
NGEE WO CHAN & CO.
I.aupalioehoe, Sept. 25, 1S85. 135 lv,
Dwelling House for Sale or
npilE large dwelling house nnd lot
X occupied by D. D. Baldwin front
ing on Dole street, nt Piuiahou, nnd run
ning thiough lo Beckwlth street. The
house contains S large rooms, 2 pantries,
1 bathroom, 4 inrgo closets, kitchen ad
joining. There is a large barn with
servant's room on tho grounds, also an
olllce separate from the main building.
The lot is nearly 2 ncrcs in extent and
affords considerable pasture nnd tire
wood. Everything in good lcpalr. Gov.
eminent water lufil on. Enquire of
132 tf 8. B. DOLE.
E. R. RYAN,
I tout Xttilldur.
Boats Built and Repaired to Order.
All Kinds of Jlout Mnterinl.
Timbers, Knees, Steins, Keels. Also, 1
Decked Surf Boat, 1 Largo Twelve-Ton
Scow, 1 Four.Oared Race Boat, 2 Small
Skill's, 1 Twelvc-Ton Sloop in perfect
order, with sails, anchors and chains
complete. For sale cheap (or cash,
Kllaucu street, Honolulu. 1035 ly
filer's Map Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thciico on the flnl Monday
following the arrival of tho Alameda
ami Mariposa on tho 8th mid 22nd of
Tho steamer Kiiillli will inuko lhe
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nights at thu Volcano
When tho 8th and 22ud of the mouth
fall on Monday, tho Kiniiit will leave
CST Ticket lor Hie Round Trip, $50, which
pays all Chargos.-a
Tho Kinau will arrive in Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. Ou
Hllo Trip", will lcavo Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Saturday morn
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 18?5. 124 tf