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iiimi in ,m - jai BT I III III" '
lli SATURDAY, OCIT,lsSo.
Stmr Kinau from wlndwnid poiU,
Stmr Kllancn Hon from wlmhvnrd potts
Stmr Mokollt (rum Molokal
Stmr.1 1 Dowsett from Mnlnkiii
Stmr Llkcllke from Knhuhil
Dkluc Eureka fioin .San Francisco
StnirJn?Makec for Wnhume. Walalun,
Kllmioa, llanalel ami Kapan
SpIiv Rainbow for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Llkuliko for Kabulul
Stmr J I DowscltforM.ulok.il
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk C.iibnrlcn, Hubbard
II B M S S Satellite, Alhigton
l)k IIopo, l'enhallow
Hk Jupiter, .Tonus
Schr.Maggle'C Russ, Peterson
Bgtne Consuclo; Cousins
For windward ports, per W n Hull,
Oct 2 L D Spencer, wife and 2 child
ren, Mrs O N Spencer, Mis II L Henip
stead, W C Sproull, .1 M Dowsctr, Miss
11 Ililhl and imr.su, 1) Itankiu, T 1,1111c
and 78 deck.
From windward puili, pur Kluau,
Oct a Unpt J : Eldart, V It Castle, L
Ascu, It 11 Hinds, J 11 McKeuzlo, Miss
Edmonds, Miss L Hart, Miss S Hart, Dr
Arning, W M Giffard. 0 L Wight, wlfo
and child. Master W Wight, Miss L
Wilder, T 11 Lyons. W 11 Bailey, Mrs
Selienunelfcnlng. W D Decota and 1 IT
From ICahului, pur I.iltellke, Oct :i
M E Svlva, W T Rhonds, W M Ooodale,
Mrs 11 0 Brlggs, V II Ciimiiilnas, Capt
Hubbard, J .Black ami wife. M D Mon
.snrr.it and 85 deck.
A SKIPPING NOTES.
Tho bgtne .lohhl). Spruckels, Oiipt.
0. T. Fnls, arrived at Kahidui, Oct. 2d,
14 days from San Francisco, with a
cargo o general merchandise.
The steamer Kilauca Hon arrived this
morning from windward ports with 200
"bags of sugar.
The schooner Maggie 0. KOss will
sail for Port Townsend about Tuesday
- LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Pilot Rnbcoek has our thanks for
papers by the Eureka, two days
Inter than last mail, from which we
take the following news :
Cholera is increasing in the south
Kiel, the Canadian rebel, has been
respited, pending the result of an
appeal to the British' Privy Council.
After the closest contest ever sail
ed over any forty-mile course, the
American yacht "Puritan beat the
English Genestaon the l(5th .Septem
ber, by 2 minutes, and 38 seconds,
corrected' time, tints winning the
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Kobkth page: MDourfc of Oaliu."
Capt. Marchant has gone to Ha
waii for his health.
Tiumr. was no business in Supreme
Court Chambers this morning.
Tin: furniture of Mrs. "WoOlming
ton is offered for sale at very low
Auction sale at
Bazar this evening
Lewis J. Levey.
at 7 sharp, "by
Sui'kkmi; Court, October term,
opens at 10 o'clock Monday morn
ing. Hawaiian jurors are to be in
attendance at that hour.
Foil special reasons the . M. C.
A. singing class will meet next
Monday evening instead of Tuesday
evening. The members will please
rnotc the change, which will only be
for next week.
PuitSKK Bcckley of the Kinau re
ports fine weather to windward.
Met Uic steamer C. R. Bishop at
Lahajna and received instructions
'from her, lu.it saw nothing of the
IIox. W. M. Gibson shipped, by
the Alameda, six hundred bales of
wool,' weighing 210,077 pounds,,
consigned to Messrs. Iloffnung, of
London, and will lmvo more to fol
low of the season's clip from his
Tin: S. S. City of Sydney is duo
tlits afternoon from San Francisco
for the Australasian-Colonies. This
will bo her hikt trip iu that direction.
On her return in November she will
probably bo placed on the 'China
route, to take4he plnco of the Cilj'
of Tolcio, which wasiobt in July on
tho Japan coast.
A xr.w class iu Book-keeping will
be started in tho Y. M. C. A.
Rooms next Monday evening. Mr.
P. C. Jones, who has so acceptably
taught the class iu tho past, will con
tinue as teacher. All young men
desiring to join the class aro re
quested to be present promptly at
7:80 Monday evening.
A i'i.bi: alarm of fire about 9
o'clock this morning, from the
various engine houses, excepting tho
Central, was promptly responded to
by the firemen. It appears to have
been started by tho accidental ring
ing of tho Kftwainlmo Church bell,
by the workmen engaged in ranking
repairs to the tower.
Jin. John Crowdcr, speclnl Cus
tom House olllccr nt Ililo, captured
on I hursuay last, at mo anovo
"place, a Chinese passenger on the
steamer Kinau, with 2G tins of
opium iu his possession. The drug
was found iu the Hi-ciiiuii'h depart
ment on board Hint vessel. The
Mongolian was locked up to await
Phof. A. P. Dcmers, who has a
standing challenge out to the world
of $1,000 to anyone who will equal
him in fancy skating, is expected to
nrrivo here by the Mariposa on
Thursday. Ills skating compiiscs
200 distinct and remarkable move
ments, lie will probably give about
sixteen exhibitions to tlio Honolulu
public, at the Yoscuiitc Skating
At o'clock last evening n lady,
dressed in deep mourning, was pass
ing the Chinese store on Emma
street, when a Chinaman, standing
on the upper balcony of the store,
emptied a tub of dirty water entirely
over the lady, ruining her dress and
hat. This is n common species of
outrage practised in Honolulu, and
it is a pity more of the perpetrators
are not brought to .justice than is
Octoiiku's Friend opens with a
call to Christian work after summer
relaxation. The controversy with
the Anglican Church Chronicle is
continued. Another militant article
is devoted to the Seventh Day Ad
ventists and their Honolulu mission.
Rev. Lowell Smith occupies the
Mission Hoard's space with an in
'lercsting historical sketch of K"au
makapili Church, of which lie was
for many years the pastor. The
other departments are well-sustained.
Ykstumiay morning at the early
hour of two o'clock, a driver of the
"Woodlawn Dairy heard a pistol
shot, while he was passing Thomas
Square on King street. At the same
moment a bullet came so danger
ously near him as to whistle in his
car. Olllcer Sam. McKeague, who
lives in the locality, says he heard
two shots, at brief intervals, about
the same time. Yesterday Marshal
Sopor was trying to lind out what
two lads were reported in a morning
paper as drawing pistols on each
other, a few nights ago, on Rere
L". Aum:k begs to inform the pub
lic Uiat lie has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
Just received a well selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, directfrom
AVinso"r& Newton, London, per bark
Oriente. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. WO 3t
To tiii: Pimi.ic ok Honolulu :
The undersigned, who is about to
continue his journey to Sydney per
steamer of this day, begs to inform
his numerous subscribers to Grant's
Life, that he has.Ieft all his instruc
tions with Mr. James T. White,
messenger of 'Wells, Fargo & Co. 's
"Express, at G. W. Macfarlane &
Co.'s, who will, on ihe'arnval of the
work by the steamer Mariposa,- see
to their speedy delivery, and collect
for same, and inakc arrangements
for any new subscribers who- may.
offer. Respectful I j',
(Signed), T. K. MacDoxki.i..
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1885. HI It
A GHASTLY OPIUM SEARCH.
By the brigantinc Consuelo from
San Francisco, which arrived at this
port on the 1st inst., there came,
consigned to Mr. Robert More, ma
chinist, a casket containing the re
mains of his mother, who died in
San Francisco about six years ago.
The body was sent here to bo buried
in the family lot, Nuuanii Ceme
tery, beside that of the husband of
the deceased. For some reason, at
present unaccountable, suspicion
was entertained in San Francisco,
that the casket contained opium.
Marshal Soper received a letter to
that effect, and was on the lookout
for the article. This morning Mr.
More was summoned to the Oceanic
S. S. Co.'s wharf, and informed that
the casket was' suspected of contain
ing opium. The Marshal employed
Mr. Williams, undertaker, to open
the casket, which ho did iu presence
of Col. Iaukca, Collector; Mr. Mnrk
hain, Port Surveyor; Major A.
Rosa, of the Attorney-General's
olhcc ; iIv. More, and police oillccrs.
Within tho burial casket there wcro
tho wooden coflln and leaden casing,
usual iu such cases. All were forced
open, and the inner one was found
to contain a corpse, as represented.
There would seem to have bocn un
pardonable blundering somewhere,
iu this matter, to have subjected a
respectable man to such a painful
indignity as Mr. More lias been
compelled to experience.
THE BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT,
Frank CJilliland, defendant in the
breach of promise case, by his at
torneys, Kinney & Peterson, this
morning filed in the clerks olilce his
demurrer, alleging that the plaintiff's
declaration and the matters therein
contained arc not sufllcient in law to
maintain said action against the de
fendant, and therefore ho is not
bound to answer the same, and
prays for judgment accordingly.
Following aic the causes of demur
rer: 1st That it doth not anywhere
appear iu the declaration or sum
mons thereto attached that Augustc
Dias, the father, has obtained leave
of Court to bring suit in behalf of
the minor Christine Dias.
2nd That the declaration is not
properly entitled, the form of action
not being stated.
3rd That, as to the divers pro
mises of plaintiff and defendant to
marry each other alleged in the de
claration, it is as to none of them
alleged that a icasoiiable time for
such marriage has elapsed since the
making of said promises or any of
lth That as to the promise of
marriage alleged in the declaration
to have been made by defendant to
plaintiff on the 12th'or 13th day of
September, 1885, it is not alleged
nor doth it appear that plaintiff pro
mised to marry defendant on that
5th That the declaration hath
improperly united two separate and
distinct causes of action.
Gth If said causes of action arc
properly united, that the same aro
incomplete, neither containing a
complete statement of the necessary
parts of a cause of action.
7th That the declaration is not
subscribed to by the plaintiff.
8th That the declaration is not
sworn to by the party authorized
and required by law so to do.
Slth That the declaration is in
other respects uncertain, informal
This being the first case of the
kind ever brought before a jury of
the country, the proceedings will no
doubt be watched by eager observers.
Mr. Jona. Austin appears for the
plaintiff in this case.
H. L. & R. R. A.
The regular quarterly meeting of
the Honolulu Library and Reading
Room Association, including also
the annual meeting, was held last
evening in the reading room. There
was but a small attendance, only
three or four members outside of
the Executive being present, making
up a total of fifteen members. Hon.
S. B. Dole, president, having called
the meeting to order, tho minutes of
last meeting were read by the secre
tary, Mr. H. A. Pannelce, and ap
proved. Mr. A. L. Smith, trea
surer, read the quarterly financial
report, showing a balance in hand
The trustees reported two recom
mendations to the Association,
namely : 1st, That a sum not ex
ceeding 81,500 be borrowed, to pay
off certain outstanding debts ; 2ndly,
That' an Authors' Carnival bo held
in February, to raise money to re
deem the proposed loan.
The first recommendation was
adopted. The second was referred
to the entertainment committee to
be appointed at that meeting.
In the course of a discussion of
the above method of raising funds,
reference was made to a resolution
of last year's meeting, to appoint a
caivrasscr for regular subscriptions,
and Professor M. M. Scott reported
that, without'olllcial commission, he
had gone out one fine morning and
secured thirty new members.
Rev. Dr. Hyde moved a resolu
tion, of which due notice had been
given, that section two of tho bylaws
bo altered, so that hills should be
referred to the auditing committee
instead of to the Association. The
Mr. A! Marques sent iu his re
signation as a member of the board
of trustees, asking that ho should
not bo nominated for re-election.
He found fault with the financial
management of the institution, hold
ing that it was a great mistaKo mat
a two-story building had not been,
erected, so that a revenue could bo
derived from letting the ground
iloor. The secretary was instructed
to acknowledge the receipt of the
resignation .and signify its accept
ance. The Association by ballot elected
the following oillccrs for the ensuing
President S. B. Dole ; Vice-President
M. M. Scott; Secretary
II. A. Parmelee; Treasurer A. L.
Smith ; Trustees A. J. Cnrtwright,
II. C. Meyers, Win. Foster, Dr. C.
M. llvde. Walter Hill, Dr. C. T.
Rodgers, W. O. Atwater, II. Water-J
house, Jas. B. Castle.
Tho President appointed the fol
lowing committees, after which the
Hall and Library Dr. C. T.
Rodgers, Dr. C. M. Hyde, Walter
Auditing Wm. Johnson, A. M.
Mollis, II. Watcrhouse.
Entertainment M. M. Scott, Jas.
11 PDlln -MVo Tr Mnfirnw "Mrs.
V. Adams, J. P. Rrown
THE CRICKET MATCH.
' A largo number of people went
out to sec tho cricket match at
Makikt yesterday, between a team
from II. 13. M. S. Satellite nnd one
selected from Honolulu players of
the game. Durilig tho match the I
Royal Hawaiian Band, stationed in .
Bandmaster Bcrgcr's premises ad-
joining the recreation grounds, ,
played a line programme. The re-
suit of the playing, of which the
score is given below, from the Ad
vertiser, was a victory for tho home
team, by fifty-two runs and one
wicket to fall s -
11. 11. M. S. SAli:i.I.lTK flHST INN1NUS.
F. Morgan, c. T. Lislunan 0
P. Lawrancc, b. T. Lishman 2
II. Thurston, b, Mossman 0
H. Stoyle, c. Wodehouse 2
Lieut. Lea, tun out 1
P. C. Topping, b. T. Lishman 0
P. I). G. Brown, b. T. Lishman 10
Rev. T. Mason, c. T. Lishman f
Lieut. Hudson, not out 1
W. Creamer, b. T. Lishman 0
Geo. Johnson, c. and b. T. Ll3lnuan.. 0
nyes, 3; wkio ball, 1 4
SnCUSI) INN IN OS.
Morgan, b. T. Lislunan 0
Lawrancc, b. J. Lisliuitiu 0
Thurston, b. T. Llsbmai 211
Stoyle, st. Wodehouse '.!
Lea, run out 2
Topping, c.Whltney U
Brown, b. Mossman 13
Mason, b. T. Lishman.
Hudson, e. Wodehouse...
Creamer, st. WotU'housc..
Johnson, not out
Byes, 1: wide balls, 1.
Grand total 100
HONOLULU KIltST INNINGS.
II. M. Whitney, Jr., run out 1
II. Wodehouse, c. and b. Urown 8
It. Mossman, c. Thurston C
T. Lislunan, c. nnd b. Mason 1
E. W. Holdsworth, b. Morgan 2
Col. Purvis, c. Topping 3
S. J. Levey, b. Thurston fi
Capt. Hayley, b. Urown -I
J. Uslunan, b. Brown 0
D. Mochouua, b. Thurston K
A. W. Howe, not out 0
Byc, 1 i leg byc, 1 ; wide balls, 3.11
Whitney, b. Lawrancc
Wodehouse, run out
Mossman, c. Brown
T. Lislunan, b. Brown
Purvis, not out
Levey, b. Brown
Hayley, run out
T. Lislunan, b. Lawrancc...
Mochonua, b. Iiwrance
Howe, c. Macon
Byes, 14; wide balN, .1...
Umpires Messrs. Swan nnd Lang.
Scorer Mr. W. K. Seal.
Satukday, October 3rd.
Kuulu, Mahewalu, Keala, B. C.
Lane, each $G for drunkenness.
Lono was fined 81 and costs for
violating Express Rule G.
John Akoni was fined SO and
costs for assault and battery.
Akuna and Hui Mung, for affray,
were fined 8G and costs 81.50 each.
In the case of Akuna an appeal to
the Intermediary Court was noted.
Manele was fined 81 without costs,
for assault and batter.
Catiii'.uiiat.. High mass.' at
Vespers at -1:30 v. m.
St. Akdkkw's Catiieuuai.. Cele
bration of Holy Communion at 11
a. si., when Right Rev. Bishop
Willis will preach. Preaching by
Rev. Geo. Wallace , at 7:30 v. u.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Br.THKi, Union Ciimtcu. Sunday
School at 0:1) a. m., when an ad
dress on "Mission work in
will be delivered by Mr.
Damon. Preaching by Rev
Oggel, pastor, at 11a. m.-
all in all ;" at 7:30 i m. "A great
discovery." All aro welcome.
Fokt Street Cimkcii. Sunday
School at 10 a. si. The Lord's
Supper, baptism and the admission
of new members at the 11 a. m. ser
vice. At 7:30 v. y. the pastor,
Rev. J. A. Cruzan, will preach on
the subject, "Where the river there
.the life." A cordial welcome for
Y. M. C. A. Riblc class for
young men at 9; 15 a. m. Gospel
prniso service at C :!J0 v. m. All aro
cordially invited. .
OFFICES TO KENT.
TWO desirable offices to lot In lire
proof building fronting on Queen
fctrect. Rent moderate. Apply to
LEWIS J. LEVEY, Auctioneer.
141 iw 40 Queen street.
Wanted, to Purchase.
A SMALL lot of land, centrally locat
ed aud iu n quiet neighborhood.
Price must bu low for CASH. State
terms and location, and address "Land,"
this olilce. Ml at
A Black and Tan Dog; his
carH aro cut; he has a very
short tail; his namo is
ROSY. Anyone returning
tliusanie to the Jloyal Hotel
will receive ?5 for his trouble.
Honolulu. Oct. 2, 1884.
Mootliiff of Stockholders.
THE Stockholder of C. Brewer w
Co. will please tako notlco that tho
reiiular quarterly mooting of tho Com
pany will bo hold nt tho Company's
onico ou FRIDAY, tho Oth October, at
10 o'clock a in. J. O. OARTEH,
Secretary O. Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, If 85. WOlw
Telephone 210 In both Co?.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
r una Of Hotel HU-cot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Kistcrn Shad, Flounders, Bock Cod, Smells. Crabs, Eastern Oysters, Cala Fresh
Roil Uutter, Cuulillowcr, licit Cabbages, Bunker Club House .Sausage,
Mallard Ducks, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Gropes, V:o Ac.
Horse Radish, Roots and Celery, Swiss Cheese, Cream Cheese, Edam Cheese,
German Smoked Sausages, German Pickles in Kegs, Holland Herrings in
Kegs, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kit Mackerel,
A.ntl u Complete Liuc ol ITaucy Jfc Staple Glroocries,
Ahvnys ou Hand.
Goods delivered to WaikiUI, Tuesdays and Fridays. Goods delivered to all parts
of tho Town.
'"PRE undersigned Temporary Adrnln
JL istrnlor of tho Estate of J. M. Dai.
gle, deceased, oilers for sale Uic follow,
ing piopeity at pilvatc sale with the un
expired lcisc of the premises on Bethel
2 Horizontal Engines, 10 hoise- and 1
B hoise power.
1 Horizontal Boiler, ll.0 feel with 2
Horizontal Cylinders, 1 -K0 inches,
the other 0i0 inchcs'witli fittings
1 Horse Steam Engine and Boiler (por-
1 1'crUln's Lathe, 21x4 feel with lilting.
1 Shepard Lathe, 8.2J? feet with lilting.
1 Small Wood Lathe.
1 Small Steam Pump with Boiler.
1 Small Pump and Connections.
1 Horse Upright Engine incomplete.
C Guns and 4 Revolvers.
2 Small Carriage Lamps.
1 Carriage Wheel and 1 Clock Dial.
1 Wooden Bench.
1 Small Forge with Anvil, 4 Hammers
1 Hench with 2 Vices.
1 Drilling Machine.
:i Grindstones with Stand's.
1 Small Wooden Bui cm with Stool.
18 Dies, assorted sizes and 0 Left Hand.
10 Drills for Wood and Iron.
7 Hammers of divers sizes, 5 Thimbles.
divers sizes; 18 Files, assorted j 4
2 Stocks with 0 Pipe Dies, 0 ( Pincers.
2 Cutters, 0 Mandiails, 1 Pipe Vice.
1 Steam Governor, 1 Forge Bellows.
1 Old Sewing Machine, incomplete.
1 Box of Glasses", 2 Drawers of Old
Tools, divers kinds; some incom
plete packages of marks in figures
and letters, a lot of Bronze Bibbs, a
StO'im Gauge, a lot of old Locks
and old Thimbles of virious kinds.
1 Assortment of New Thimbles, divers
lots of Old Iron, a set of I .Shelves
with Back for Gun".
This is a good opportunity for an in
vestment as the Engines and Boilers aic
in good condition, and the stand is a
For full particulars iu regard to the
unexpired lease of the premises and the
contracts to furnish steam power to per
sons occupying the buildings adjacent
therein, apply to the undei. signed.,
W. C. PARKE,
C2T Any peisons wishing to examine
tiii: articles can do so by applying to W.
K. lleirick on the premises.
, Honolulu, Oct. 2, 1S85.
I 0 0,000
For Sale at Low Prices
Household Furniture for Sale.
rpHB undersigned desires to sell her
X cniliu household furniture, most
of which has only been In use for the
last three months. Apply immediately
at No. 1 Kukut street.
i:J2 'ixr MKS. 0. II. WOOLMINGTON.
THE FISHER CIDER COMPANY,
Factory, 13 Liliha sticct.
A HE now picparcd to furnish this
celebrated Champagne Cider at
.short notice, and in qunulilies to suit.
All ordera will meet prompt attention
by addressing The Fisher Cider Co.
M.T. DONNELL, Manager.
Mutual Telephone 33'J. 131) ly
rpiIK Sale of Furniture, Hooks, etc
J at Judge Austin s
house will he
till further notice from 0 lo
to TjKt on
k nnTTARK of fi rooms, on
V nia r.trect. with a Inrao lot of land
with fruit and ornamental trees, water
and every convenience, rent ?'J0 per
month. A1m) a large lot of land with
uurrine.0 house, -lulls for II horses, nnd
room for man. Thu whole will bo rented
or divided to suit parties, nnd buildings
elected thcreoiif ncctssary. i!'or parti.
cuIiuh apply to
133 w LYONS &JCOI1BN.
A VERY COMFORTABLE and con.
venlent housu on Kinau street, he
tween Pensacola and PlIUol streets, con.
lainlug three bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, Kltchen.pantry.hiitlirooin, stables,
etc. Largo garden. Easy terms. Ap.
nlvlo UHUCK OAlU'WHiuitr,
at A. J. lyiiriwngni h uuiti:.
. r ..... t.-l.j... .11...
Tho Old Corner Restaurant.
consult qUKKN AND NUUANU BTS.
Meals, 2.1 els. Week board, $4 and
$4.50. Everything neat anil clean.
iuccuauicni inns wnwu&
times keep room cool and pleasant.
110 llll HOI' Jjlifc, rropricior.
P. O. Box 297
ANEW a.roomcd Cottago with a large
yard on the Asylum road. Kent
SI0 per month.
FOR SAJjE CHEAP.
One Llp-hl Top Family
Wagon and 1 Top Busf.
ncss wagon. Appiv to
Contractor and Builder, 109 King street
DH. imiNKERHOFF'S system of
Recta) Treatment. A new treat
ment for Hemorrhoid, Fistula and other
diseases of tho rectum, by a process
sure, Mifc and painless.
DR. McWAYNE, 34 Alakca st.
Provincial Fire Insurance Go,,
HiiltMrillted Cupltal : : X 1.000,000
J. T. WATERHOUSE, .In., Agent.
AV1NG obtained the services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, wo wish
to inform the nubile that wc arc able to
Tunc and Repair Pianos at short notice.
All orders lctt with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1032 lj- WEST, DOW & CO.
''piIE undersigned having been ap
JL pointed Assignees of the Estate of
S. J. Levey & Co., Bankrupts, all per
sons indebted to said firm are hereby
requested to make immediate payment
to Alex. .1. C.irtwiight nt bis olilce, No.
:t Kaahumanu street.
ALEX. J. CAimYHIGHT,
W. G. IRWIN.
. i . r. . nn 4n.-- ' 1 . r .",
Honolulu, ocpi. ao, jg.. i.ia -w
Dwelling House for Sale or
THE largo dwelling house and lot
occupied by D. D. Baldwin front
ing' on Dole street, at Punahou, and run
ning tlnough to Bcckwitli street. The
house contains 8 large rooms, 2 pantries,
t bathroom, 4 large closets, kitchen ad
joining. There is a large barn with
seivant's room on the grounds, also an
otllcc separate from the main building.
The lot is nearly 2 acres in extent and
nlfords considerable pasture and lire
wood. Everything in good repair. Gov.
eminent water laid on. Enquire of
132 tf S. B. DOLE.
E. R. RYAN,
Boats Built and Repaired to Order.
AH Kinds of Itout 3Iatcriul,
Timbers, Knees, Stems, Keels. Also, 1
Decked Surf Boat, 1 Large Twelve-Ton
Scow, 1 Four-Oared Race Boat, 2 Small
Skills, 1 Twelvc-Ton Sloop in perfect
order, with sails, anchors and chains
complete. For sale cheap lor cash
Kilauca street, Honolulu. 1035 ly
SlJPltliMIK UOlJltT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In tho matter cf
the Bankruptcy of HENUY TURTON.
Hefore Chief Justice Judd.
Henry Turton, doing bin-iniss hi La
iiaiua aud Honolulu, Islands of Maui
and Oahu, having been adjudicated
bankrupt on the petition of II. Huckfcld
&Co., it is hereby ordered that all credit
ors of sahl bankrupt come in and prove
their claims before me, at my Chambers,
in Honolulu, ou
tfomlny, Oct. 12, 1 885,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
And it Is further ordered that upon
said day tho creditors proceed to hold
thu ELECTION of an assignee or as.
signccs of said bankrupt estate, and that
notico hereof ho published in tho arc.
aiian Gazette, Daily Bui.i.ktin and Kuo
koa until said hearing.
Dated Honolulu, Oct. 1. 1885.
A. V. JUDD.
Chief Justlco Supremo Court.
Attest: IIehiiy Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 130 Ot
I ler's StfflsMfl Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, nnd thence on tho tlrst Monday
following tho arrival of tho Alameda
and Mariposa on tho 8th and 22nd of
The steamer Kinau will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Keauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nights nt tho oloano
When tho 8th and 22nd of tho month
fall ou Monday, the Kinau will leave
ra- Tickets lor Iho Round Trip, $50, which
pays all Charges.-
Tho Kinau will arrive in Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On
Hllo Trips, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, nnd return Saturday" morn,
logs. WILDER'B STM8HIP CO.
Honolulu, Bept. 14, 1830. 124 tf