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MONDAY, OCT. 8, Tm.
S S City of Sj dnoy fi om Siin Francisco
Sclir Maim f rum lloiiuimi
Sehr Mllle Morris fiom Ewn
Schr Cnlcilim from Wiilumunln
Schr AVnolll from Hawaii
'Stun-Planter fiom Kaunl
Stmr Iwnlattt from Hamaktia
Stmr Waiinanaln fiom Wiilmiiuulo
Sclir Ehukal from Walahm
Sclir Leahl from llaunloi
Sclir Waleliu fiom Knual
S S City of Sydney for the Colonics
Stmr Likellko for Knliuliit
Stmr.l I DowsctlforMolok.il
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kinnu for Wlndwaid Port?
Stmr Iwnlnnl for Hiimnkua
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Sclir Ebukal for Walalua
Sclir Waleliu for Kauai
Sclir Rainbow for Koolau
Scln Lcnlil for Ilanalel
Sclir Cntcriiiu for Walmanalo
Sclir Maggie C 1.is for Port Towneiid
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Caibarien, Hubbard
II B M S S Satellite, Alington
Ilk Hope, Penhallow
Ilk Jupiter, Jones
,SchTMaggluC Iluss, Potorspn
Hgtnc Coiisuclo, Cousins -
IHituc Kurcka, Lee
From Hamakua, Hawaii, per steamer
hvalanl, Oct-1 11 M Overond. A Hoard
man and 28 deck.
from Walinea ami Xnwlllwill, per
.steamer Planter, Oct ! Miis Alice K
Hanai, Mr A S Wilcox, Mis Lclnloha
Wilcox, Francis Gav, MM Ella Gav,
MIps Mary Lorull, M"iss Alvhin Wclbkc,
I Tragcsscr, 0 Wolters, It L Auerbacli,
H Sclnacdcr, C Hosse, Miss C Pleigge,
Louis Titcoml), G Manthei, l Chinese,
and 72 deck.
For Kauai and way-poils, per stmr
James Makcc, Oct IS .liidgo .) 1 Kama,
Major F M llen-on, J H Paty, Mls
Tamar ICamakaui. and HO deck. '
Foi the Colonics, per S S City of
"Sydney, Oct 4 Pof Julius Hei,-.t W
G.irlieU, John Garlick. II Carev and G
Fjom (snn Francisco for Honolulu,
per S S City of Sydney, October :i Dr
Henry L Cuitis and 8 Chinese in steer
age. From San Francisco, per bk Euicka,
Oct II John A Magoon, E 11 ITcnson,
Miss Sarah J Unbelt", C Christiansen,
Geo A Irwing and Campbell.
Selil- Waioll biought 2."i cords of lire
wood from-Puna, Hawaii. She made a
circuit round Hawaii but "aw notliing
of the schooner Kamoi.
" Steamer Planter brought 20(i hairs of
sugar, 40 bags of rice, tV hides, " horses
and 100 sheep.
Steamer Iwalnnl brought 1,119 bags
' Schr Ehukai brought 200 bags of
sugar, and 227 bags of paddy. She was
uuablo to land 200 hags of charcoal on
account of the ea being too rough.
The S S City of Sydney, II C Dear
born, commander, discharged San Fran
cisco pilot at 3 :45 p in, September 20th ;
lecelved Honolulu pilot at 8:'.t0 p m,
Oct 3rd. She brought 1 cabin and S
Stceiage passengers, 21 bags of mail and
7 packages of newspapers lor Honolulu,
54 cabin and OS steerage passengers, and
1,:S00 tons of fi eight for Australia.
September 30th, 11 p in, exchanged
nightsignals with S S Australia bound
noivV October 2nd, 3:40 p in, passed
S SAlamcda bound north. Fast part
of passage had light balliing winds, hist
:i days fresh SW wimK Heavy NW
by W swell dm ing the entire passage,
sailed for the Colonies at 8 a in, Oct 4.
Schr Maria E Smith is loading lum
ber at Port Townscnd for Honolulu.
The Hope will sail for Port Townscnd
on Saturday next.
The Maggie C Iluss took in 'ballast
to-day. She sails to-moiiow for Port
The bktne Eureka, Capt Lee arrived
Saturday, 12i dtays from San Francisco.
Was in compa'ny with the, schooner
Emma Claudlna for the ltrst nine days.
The Eureka is docked at Hrcwc'r's
wharf. Emma Claudina anived at
Hilo, Octl, 14 days from San Francisco.
Capt Cameron says that the steamer
Planter would give the Klnau a stiff
brush at sea during a strong wind.
In Honolulu, OcT. 5th, to the wife of
v. ji. lucmuusou, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL
Veky fine weather
A i.uttuu from Mr. Z. Y. Squires
will appear to-morrow.
. M. C. A. book-keeping class
will be resumed this evening.
SiiAiti:iioui:its of the Reciprocity
Sugar Co. are summoned to meet
Next week the steamer Planter
will bring the last of this year's
wool crop at Niihati.
Sinci: the Planter lias received a
Hersclioff tubular boiler, there is a
saving of about 25 percent of coal
and an increaso of speed.
Oi'Ficuii Mehrtens captured one
All ' Qu in the act of dispensing
opium in his shop on Smith street
on Saturday evening.
Tiir.ur. will lie a meeting of the
Board of Representatives of the
Honolulu Fire Department nt 7:30
o'clock this evening. ,.
Mh. C. Knhai, a schoolmaster at
Kuluaaha, recently fell fiom his
horse, breaking his le8, in conse
quence of which ho died in a few
TiiutTY tons of boneincal for
hue,. Kauai, two iimccralion
rollers nnd bonie machinery
llniiiiiiinulii will be shipped by
The captain of the steamer Iwa
lani reports very rough weather
along the Ilainnkua coast. The
new derrick erune put up by Mr.
Johnson at lCukiiiliaele is lir.st-elnss.
A iiiiand military and police pa
rade will take place on Hawaiian
Independence Day, November 28th,
and on that occasion it will lie seen
to whom Hie new police headgear
Mil. Kiddell, a passenger from
Honolulu for the Colonies, was
taken on board the Steamship City
of Sydney nt midnight in a happy
state of intoxication bj special of
ficer das. Good.
Tmatr. was a fine attendance at
the sale of Japanese goods by
Messrs. E. V. Adams & Co., at
Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co.'s on
Saturday, and the whole stock went
off briskly at c;ood prices.
Mossinun Theodore- Ballicti, for
many years Consul and Commissioner
of France at these islands, died on
the 23th August in Paris, 5G years
old. During Ills stay here the de
ceased made many friends, who will
mourn his loss.
Kohai.a landing has been made
four feet wider so as to permit two
bpats to land machinery and the
like at the same time. The new
Kohala mill is expected by the S.S.
Mariposa on Thursday next, and
will be shipped by the steamer
Planter on her next trip.
By the dishing of a wheel, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Peacock were
thrown out of their bugg' on Emma
street, Saturday afternoon. Fortun
ately they escaped with slight
bruises. The horse was stopped
at Emma square, otherwise serious
damage might have Jiecn done among
a throng of carriages attending the
It proves that the lire alarm on
Saturday was not" a false one. The
bell of Engine Co. Xo. 4, Nuuanu
street, was sounded for a fire in a
house on a small lane opposite Kukui
Placed Chinese residents of the
locality put the flames out, after a
pulu mattress and pillow had been
burned. A little boy playing with
matches had produced the incipient
lire. Mr. J. C. White, survey en
gineer of tlm lire dcpaitmcnt, ascer
tained these facts by investigation
after the alarm had subsided.
Mn. Thompson, an English blood,
who said he was going to bring to
Honolulu a fine horse to show the
people, and who has been sporting
at the Hotel of late, twice attempted
to stow away on the S. S. City of
Sydney Sunday morning. He was
ejected both times, but on the third
attempt to secrete himself ho is said
to have been successful, in spite of
the vigilance of olliccis who were
set to watch him. If Mr. Thompson
is handed over to the authorities in
the Colonies, it is said to mean three
Mil J. A. Magoon, sou of Mr. J.
Magoon, of this city, arrived here
Saturday on the barkentine Eureka,
lie has been studying two years at
Ann Arbor University, Michigan,
and carried away a diploma in law.
Mr. Magoon will open a law ollice
in this city, and, being a young
gentleman of good talents and sterl
ing character, may be expected soon
to make his mark. He formerly
lived six years in Honolulu, and
studied law a year and a half with
the late Judge Austin.
Amokr the through passengers
by the City of Sydney were two
ecclesiastical dignitaries. One was
the Right Rev. Dr. Thornhill Web
ber, the newly consecrated Anglican
Bishop of Brisbane, Queensland.
He was rector of a church at llol
born, London, for the past twenty
years. During his brief stay here
he was the guest of Bishop Willis
and lady, and ho attended the early
Communion at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral on Sunday morning. The other
notable was the Right Rev. Francis
Redwood, Roman Catholic Bishop
of Wellington, N. 'A., on his return
from Ireland. He was formerly
Theological professor in the Marist
Mh. Englehardt, who is opening
a business in Campbell's block, was
blandly informed by tho Customs
authorities that suspicion had been
communicated from San Francisco,
that his packages contained opium.
He indignantly lepudiatcd the soft
impeachment, nnd the ofilcial inter
viewing him said his word would bo
taken for it. Howovcr, Mr. Engle
hardt said he was just starting in
business, and could not afford to
rest under the slightest shade of
Bitch a suspicion. Accordingly he
asked Deputy-Marshal Dayton to
provide police supervision for the
unpacking process. His request
was complied with, and nil his
goods wero opened out in presence
of police officers, They comprised
L. Aih.ku begs to inform the pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
Just lceeivcd a well selected slock
of fresh ni lists' materials, tlircclfrotn
Winsor & Newton, London, per bark
Orienlc. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Sttcet. 140 3t
To the Ponur or IIonoluu, :
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 left all his instruc
tions witli Mr. James T. White,
messenger of AVells, Fargo & Co.'s
Express, at G. W. Macfailanc &
Co.'s, who will, on the arrival of the
work by the steamer Mariposa, sec
to their speedy delivery, and collect
for same, and make arrangements
for any new subscribers who may
(Signed), T. K. MacDokeli..
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1885. 141 fit
A concert will be given by the
Royal Hawaiian Band, in honor of
the captain and olllcers of the Brit
ish man-of-war Satellite, at the Ha
waiian Hotel, this evening at 7 :30
o'clock, when the following pro
gramme will be played :
Mai eh Old England Godfrey
Overture Struggle for foitime...Supp'o
Waltz My Queen Cooto
Selection Pinafore Sullivan
Llpollpo ka Wal o Klcilc.
Selection Jerusalem .
Quadrille Promenade. .
God Save the Queen.
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. had
sundry lands to sell at auction, under
foreclosure of mortgage, this noon.
In one or two cases the mortgages
were satisfied beforehand. A half
interest in .10 acres of land at Wai
kiki was put up, and bought by Mr.
Geo. C. Becklcy for S 107.5. An
acre and a half at Kalihi was knocked
down to Cum On for S310. This
amount covering the mortgages on
a whole series of four lots, the other
three were withdrawn. There was
an amusing incident connected with
this sale. The purchaser is a plan
tation manager for Sin Chong Co.,
and this morning he asked the head
of the firm to go to the sale and bid
in that lot for him. Sin Chong pro
mised to comply with the request,
and started the bidding at 150.
Somebody in the margin of the
crowd bid against him, and a spirited
competition ensued. When, at
length, Sin Chong gave up the con
test and the lot was knocked down
at 310, his amazement may be
imagined when the "lucky man"
came forward and revealed himself
us Cum On. The foolish fellow had
been all the time bidding against
Ills employer, who was faithfully re
deeming his promise to buy the lot
One of the saddest accidents ever
recorded in this community occurred
on the Pali road on Saturday after
noon. A party of Hawaiian women
held a picnic above the Halfway
House, and, after a pleasant time,
started for home shortly before six
o'clock. Mrs. Sam. Nowlcin, her
two young daughters, Annie Akona
and a Portuguese boy entered a
break, the first-named diiving. The
horse was "Jimmie," once noted as
a racer, and he became unmanage
able at the start. Mary Akona,
driving up in a buggy, .said she
could manage the horse, and accord
ingly got into the break and took
the lines, Annie and the two girls
getting out. Scarcely had Mnry
staited the horse than the brute
took the hit in Ills teeth and started
down the road at u tearing gallop.
Beforo a great distance was traversed
nt that furious pace, the break
struck one of the large water pipes
so long cumbering the side of the
load. Mary Akona was thrown out
at tho spot, tho boy some distance
further on, and, filially, Mrs. Now
lcin. Tho latter was stunned by tho
shock, and revived to find herself
lying across a water pipe, her ankle
and back sprained. With dilllcully
she crawled up tho road, and first
saw the boy extricating himself from
the ditch, and then Mary Akona
stretched out between two water
pipes. The young woman was un
conscious anil had a bad cut over
tho eye. A white man bound for
Koolau and others ut this juncture
happened along, word was despatch
ed to town for a doctor, and a wagon
was obtained, in which Mrs. Nowlcin
and Mary Akona were taken to tho
hitter's lesidcnce on the Palama
road, opposite Hie King's stables.
Beforo leaching there, Mary was
dead. She showed signs of life
when picked up, but expired before
going many rods in the carriage.
Her chest was found to be stove in
and the ribs broken, one of her legs
was also broken and theic was a
large wouud on tho left arm. Tho
deceased was a half-Chinese,
daughter of Akona, formerly keeper
of the International Hotel. Her
f uncial took place yesterday after
noon, and was laigcly attended, the
Rev. II. 11. Parker conducting the
services. Mis. Nowlcin was re
moved to her own house, and is rc
covoting from her injuries. She re
members nothing that occurred be
tween the horse running off and her
revival to consciousness. The horse
was standing near her witli the dam
aged vehicle- when she opened her
eyes, so that he must have run but a
short distance and then turned hark.
Monday, Oct. 3th.
The sixes for drunkenness wero
paid by Kahaunae, Pahu, Knhai,
Papakula, Ilookauo and Paikaka
Aiu was fined $7.20 for common
The charge against Ah Que, for
having opium in possession, was re
manded until the Gth.
October Term and iti
Mr. S. L. Austin, with Messrs.
Ashford & Ashfoid, his attorneys,
appeared this morning before Justice
Preston and filed a bill of complaint
in equity against C. Bicwer it Co.,
a corporation, and Messrs. P. C.
.Jones and Joseph O. Carter, defen
dants, praying for an accounting to
be had between the said defendants
on the one hand, and plaintiffs on
the other hand. The plaintiffs are
S. L. Austin and his two sons,
Franklin II. and Herbert C. Austin,
who are well known as sugar planters
at Onomca, in the island of
Hawaii. The bill of complaint,
covering no less than fifty folios
of legal cap, recites questions
touching the relationship between
planter and agent, and alleges that
defendants in acting as plaintiffs'
agents, have charged commissions
where they had no right to. Thsi
case will affect the interest of every
planter and agent in the -kingdom.
His Honor appointed Monday the
19th hist., as the last day for de
fendants to file answer.
John Alfred Magoon appealed
before the Chief Justice this morn
ing and filed his petition, asking
that he be" admitted as a member ol
the bar. The petitioner exhibited
to the Court his diploma from the
law school of tho University of
Michigan, U. S. A. The Court
ordered the clerk to issue license
upon payment of the usual fees,
which being done the petitioner was
granted a license to practice before
all courts of the kingdom.
Mr. William Foster was also
placed on the roll of attorneys of
the Court, on presentation of his
diploma from the Yale Law School
and certificates from the Supreme
Courts of Connecticut and Califor
nia. His license will date from Aug.
1st, 1883, the date of his commission
Report of term proceedings is
The Japanese laborers have re
turned to Koloa Plantation. Now
some of them wish to moot the ques
tion whether the dinner hour is pro
perly included in the ten hours
which they contract to woik each
Rumor says that the Waialua
scow is to be placed where it will be
of use for all kinds of vehicles. It
is scanU justice to Mr. Palohau not
to .say that his plan of running it
wheie the river is narrowest would
probably result in a larger income
to the Government from the scow.
But the people wisli to be accom
modated. A recent advertisement in tho
Bulletin has caused quite a flutter
in baehelordom on Kauai.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
II. lJ. M. H. Constance arrived at
San Francisco, Sept. 20th, four days
from Esquimau, 11. C. Tho captain
was warned that an attempt would
be made to blow fhe fillip up, and it
is reported that a search revealed an
infernal machine in a wnulroom.
Clans Spieekcls said to a Call re
poitcr that ho did not think sugar
had reached Its highest figure, but it
might go up to 15 cents for best
On the third day out fiom Hono
lulu, on her trip before the present
one, the steamship Alameda passed,
in latitude .'10, longitude 133,
part of a vessel bottom up. The
stern post, sixty feet of keel, cop
pered, floor timbers, planking and a
short piece of the shoo near the stern
post wero visible. It was judged
that they belonged to a vessel of
-100 or 500 tons.
Tho Canadian Inspector of Prisons
reports that owing to the large in
crease of crime- among the Chinese
of lbitish Columbia it will be neces
sary to enlarge the peniteiitiarie.-, of
TIIEKE will bo a epeolul meeting of
tho Shareholders of tho Kccipro.
city Sugar Co. at tho oillco or 0. w.
Maofurlano & Co. TO-MOKKOW". Oct.
Jth, at 11 o'clock a.m.
E. I. TKNNEY.
Telephone 210 in both Co'.
LEWIS & 00., GROCERS,
or n ii a oo xiotot Htroot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Eistcm Shnd, Flounders, Rock Cod, Smells, Crab, Eistcni Oyster', Cain Fresh
Roll Hutlcr, Cauliflower, Red Cabbages, Hunker Club House Sausages,
Mallnrd Ducks, Peaches, Penra, Plums, Grapes, ice,, &c.
Houo UulUli, Roots and Celery, Swha Cheese, Cream Cheese, LMom Cheese,
Gei mini Smoked Sausages, Geimin Pickles In Kegs, Holland Herrings In
ICegs, Kits Salmon Uellles, Kit Mackerel,
jVntl a Complete
Goaifc dchveii-il lo Wuiklkl, Tuesdays and Tilday,
ot tho Town.
THE FISHER CIDER COMPANY,
Factory, 1U Liliha sticel.
AHH now prcpnrcil lo furnish this
celebrated Champagne Cider nt
slioil notice, and in quantities to suit.
All orders will meet prompt attention
by addressing The Fisher Cider Co.
M. T. HONNELL, Manager.
.Mutual Telephone I'M. i:i!) ly
TO IjET OR JjEASE.
A COTTAGE of r, rooms, o:i Ucrcta
nia ntreet, with a large lot of laud
with fruit and ornamental trees, water
and every convenience, rent ?20 per
month. Also n large lot ot land with
carriage house. Rtalls for !1 horses, and
loom Tor man. The wholowllt bo rented
or divided to suit parties, and buildings
erected thereon it necessary. 'or parti
culars iinnly to
132 -Jw LYOXS & COHEN.
AVnilY COMFOKTAMJ: and con.
venieat houe on Kinnu street, be
iwccii Pcnsneohi nnd Piikoi .streets, con.
taining lluce l.c.lroom., piilor, dining
loom. Kilchen.pinlry.b'Uli room, Malik1-,
clCi Large gaidcu. Kasy term'.. Ap
ply to 11UUGB OAltnVMGllT,
at A. J. Caitwrighfs ollice. 1!!. tf
The Old Corner .Restaurant.
'' COItXKll O.UKKX AND .NUUAXU ST..
Meals, 25 cU. Week bo.ird, ij I and
$4.50. Everything ucat and clean.
Mechanical funs working at mc.il
times keep room cool nu I pleasant.
11!) lm 1IOPLEH, Proprietor.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice 4 room cottage, within
ieoy reach of Honolulu, siiu
;ate at ICapalnma. Terms $20
per mouth. Apply to
MKS. MAU1A KING,
on the grounds, or to A .r. Carlwrlght,
at his ollice. 40 If
o A,i'ie picmisc? at io. -V-i .iier
(tvjfl"liant street, near tho corner of
gsaSaiSFoil street, rentrnllr located
The picmlsc? at X6. 42
in the business nait of Hie citv. Suita
ble for a LAW OFFICE, or anv other
kind of business. Kent low- Enqiliio
of DIt. STAXGHXWAiiD.
D. L. AHPHART hereby inti-
mates that lie 1ms Ibis day with
drawn from the tlrm of Soyong & Ah-
pbart, nnd that ho will carry on the biM.
ness of an Employment Agency, Anglo.
Chinese Intcrpieting, Collecting Ac
counts and other Agency Itii-iucs at
Sim Kim Lung Co.'s. 13 liotel street.
' 112 If
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a Fltnp on
(opposite Hie Chinch), is picp.ucd to
ceruli; all oxlcia foi
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And geiieial woik in his line. All
oidi'i'4 piouiptly attended to, and idiaigcs
Htrlcily moderate. 21 ly
LIME ! LIME"!
Patronize Home Miuiiit'iiflui'e
The Hawaiian Stone Comp'y
Aie now piepared to furnish fresh Lhno
in quantities to suit purchascis, and
satisfaction warranted as to both tho
kind nnd tho piicc.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
IM ly Agents.
Once JIoic to tin- Front,
Hating retuiuul to thu
I, lands, wilt undertake
to bieak Hoispr. either
i., mwIiIIm hi Tlnrnecu.
Jfu ' clie.ipir tliim any other
man in thu Kingdom, uud guarantee
Siok and La mo Horses,
Will. receive special attention, and tho
l,o of Medicine and cam provided.
All ordcrd lo hu loft at residence, next
John Hobello'H, ICapilauui. '! Om
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpontor and Boat Builder.
TTAS on hand nnd for sale vailous
XL sicd surf hoatB, constiuctcd on
an linpioved piinclplo ot my own in.
vrntlon, each frame Icing of one piece
aero: tho Urol Tho frames mo closer
together, and the boats nro therefore
lighter and les li.iblo lo bilgo in, Ihnn
boats of any other build. Each side
plunk ami gunwale is in ono piece from
stein to stern, anil is contcquently not
liable to htralu, there being no midship
bulls. Tho material and workmanship
aie warranted lo bo of tho best irmiHl.v,
Mr. llobert Lewern, or Lowers &
Cooke, will attend to the halo of ihesu
boats, mid dispose of them at San Fran,
cisco pi Ices. 05 ly
P. 0. Box 297
Initio ot" JTiuiey &- Wtnpl (.Ji'oeci'icK,
Al-wuyw on llnnd,
Goods deliveietl to nil parts
ANEW il.iooi.icd Coltngo with a hrgc
yard on the Asylum road. Kent
$10 per month.
.1. C. EDWAKDS.
JFOR SALE CHEAP.
One Unlit Ton Family
"Wngon and I Top Bitsi-
'ness Wagon. Apply to
Contractor and lJnilder, 100 King street.
JL l(ccta) Treatment.
A new treat
ment for Heniori hold . Fistula and other
diseases of the rectum, by a process
sure, safo and painless,
Dlt. McWAYNK, 31 Alakca St.
Provincial Fire Insurance Co.,
Kiitiscritiril Capital : : X 1,000,000
J. T. WATnnilOUSn, .In., Agent.
- ... II .-, I. I.- .11 . !,.
obtained the services of a
Piano Tuner, we wish
to inform the public that we arc able to
Tune and Itcpuir Pianos at s-hort notice.
All orders lelt with us will bo promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
10,!J ly WEST, DOW & CO.
rI"MI12 undersigned having been ap
X pointed Assignees of the Estate of
S. .1. Levey it Co., llankiupls, all per.
ons indebted to raid linn are hereby
ie(iicsted to make immediate payment
to Alew J. Cartwiight at his ollice, No.
:i Kaahumauu street.
AI.BX..J.CAUTW1UUHT, J AsSLrneM
Honolulu, Sept. 2G, 18S5. ' llii 2w
Dwelling: House lor Sale or
Till large dwelling house and lot
occupied by 1). V. Itildwin front
ing on Dole .-tieet, at Pmnhou, and run.
ning tluoiigh to llcckwilh ntieet. The
house contains S large looms, 2 pantries,
1 bathroom, 4 large clpseli, Kitchen nd
joining. Tliore is a largo barn with
servant's loom on the giounds, also an
otllco separate from tho main building.
The lot is nearly 2 acres in extent and
ntl'onls considerable pasture and fire
Wood. Everything in good repair. Gov.
eminent water laid on. Fniulie of
132 tf S. fl. DOLE.
- I tout, Jlullclcr.
Boats Built and Eo;atred (o Order.
Ail EicjI of Jtout IbTiUerinl,
Timbers, Knees, Stems, Keels. Also, 1
Decked Surf llnat, 1 Lai go 'Vv, elve-Ton
Scow, 1 Foitr.O.ucd Ihico Hull, 2 Small
SkillV, 1 Twelve-Ton Sloop in perfest
older, willi viils, anchors and chains
complete. For bale cheap for cash
Kilaucn street, Honolulu. 100D ly
IintECTlK COUIiT of the Ha
waiian Isbmil.s. In the matter of
theHankiiipicv of HEXRYTUB.TON".
before Chief .lu-licc .Jtidd.
Henry Tin Ion, doing business In I.a
haiua and Honolulu, Islands of Maul
and O.iliu, having been adjudicated
bankrupt on the petition of II. lluckfeld
& Co., it is hereby oiderod that all credit
ors of said h.inliiupt come in and prove
their claims bofoic mc, at my Chambers,
in Honolulu, on
3Ioiuluy, Oct. 1, 1885,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
And it U fm thu- ordcicd that upon
said day the cicilitom proceed to hold
Urn EI.KCITOX of an nbslgnco or ar.
signee.s of said bankrupt estate, and that
notice hereof be published in the Aw.
iiiitiii Giizitff, Daily Hur.MrriN and h'nn
hxi until said healing.
Dated Honolulu, Oct. 1. 18S5.
A. F. .IUDD,
Chief Justice Supremo Court.
Attest: Hi:kky Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 1:59 lit
tier's StfflsMp Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
l'Jlli, and thenco on the first Monday,
following the arrival of tho Alameda,
and Mariposa on tho 8th and 32nd of
Tho steamer Kiilllli will miko the
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nights at the Volcano
When tho Sill
full on Mouilay,
and 2-.id of tho mouth
the Ekiiiau will leave
ISF Ticfccls lor llio Hound Trip, $50, which
, pays all Charsc3."a
Tho g&imui will arrive in Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Tiipii. On'
Hllo Tilp, will Irayj Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and rcttiui Saturday morn.
Ing. WILDEIVH STMSIIIP CO.
Honolulu, Sept. II, 18-35, 134 tf