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TUESDAY, OCT. G, lm.
October ii- -Htmi'
Klnau fur Windward Poit
Stun- Iwtiluul for Iliiiiuikuii
Stun- Planter for Kauai
Schr Ehukal for Wu labia
Schr "Wiiiolm for Knmil
Sola- Rainbow for Koolau
Scht Lcahl for llnnnlci
Schr Cntciiim for Waininnalo
Schr Maggie 0 ll.iss for Port Townsond
Schr Domitlla for Koolnu
Schr Mnna for llotioniu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr Kllauea Hon for Wlndwaul Ports
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Ciilbiii'Icu, Iliibbuicl
11 B M S S Satellite A1lngU.li
Ilk Hope, Pcnhallow
Bk Jupiter, Jones
Bgtue Consuclo, Coiifcln-
Rktuu Eureka, Lee
For Windward Port", per stinr Like
like. Oct 5 W 0 Iiwin. 31153 Alice 1C
Hnnapl. Hon S G Wilder, G 0 Xaka
ynnin. It W ilovci-s!, E A Thuiston.
Prof W 1) Alexander, E D Baldwin, V
II Bailey. M E Svlvn. A Momv and SO
Stcamci Kllanen lion sails to-morrow
The Domitlla sall (his afternoon for
Koolau. She w ill make lcgnlar wccklv
trips to that dUlilot taking lreighteithe'r
way. Mr Paiko, coniniandcr, will act as
her agent. She. has been painted a
blight green that makes her obvious
to iiuy eye. Shu will keep the name
Domitlla which will, in time, become
very, familiar to all Koolau packets.
'1 bo steamers Llkclike. Mokolil and
Jas 1 Dowsettleftfor Kaunakakal with
in a few minutes of each other last
night. The Llkelike in the lead and
the Dowsed In the rear. The Mokolil
hud a good stait of (lie Dow sett, but
was overhauled' and passed by the lat
ter vessel before she could get outside
tbe harbor. The Dowse! t then eiowded
on steam to lessen the distance between
herself and the Llkclike.
The bktho Eureka, Captain Lee, will
probably &all for Hongkong with Chi
nese passengers. If so, he will load
there for. this poit, ami. on her return
will receive' sugar for San Francisco.
The Caibarien has 2,i)00 bags of sugar
and 200 bags of rice in the hold. She
w ill probably sail about Saturday next.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ladii'.s' night at the skating rinks.
anonymous letter fiend is tit
Tx the Civil .Court, to-day, Ka
niaka was ordered to return to the
employ of the I. T. S. N. Co., and
to pay costs, 83.
N. P. TJurgcss has added car
painting to his other enter
prises, and remodels his business
II. 1$. M. H. S. S.m:ixiTi: will
sail on Friday next for Ililo, Hawaii,
to give the ofllceis an opportunity
of visiting the Volcano.
Ztfns. SoirrnwiCK, cit' missionary,
has opened n Sunday School in
Fowler's Yard, which was attended
by thirty-seven children last Sunday.
J)u. Henry L. Curtis, who arrived
liy the City of Sydney, goes to
liana, Maui, as Government physi
cian, in, place of Dr. llawson, cmi-
By last mail the Hawaiian Uamic
Gompanyjgot an order from New
Orleans for 500,000 roots at a larger
pi ice" than they arc asking here for
plants in sinall lots.
fMit. A. iTaegcr has raised a cus
tard, apple from seed, and has other
exotic plants 'for distribution, at the
Gpyernmontf nursery, to persons en
gaging to cultivate them.
Tin; collection at Kaumakapili
Church on Sunday morning, for the
bcriefitpf tliQibuildingfund, amount
ed $209.05. His Majesty the
King, attended by Col. Judd, was
prescrij;, and contributed $2f) to the
A' 1'iiojKCTKP reception by the Y.
M. C. A. to the captain and olllccrs
of 'the II. B. M. S. Satellite, this
evening, has Had to -bo postponed,
ou account of the serious illness of
Mrs." Davies, wife of the British
fi'iu: coast' of Puna, Hawaii, is
gradually sinking. It sank from five
toillftcen feet' during the earthquake
of April, 18G8. Unless there bo a
corresponding vise in another
quarter, the biggest island of tho
group will be seriously reduced be
fore very long.
Mit. Henry Poor has opened his
snug cottage on Emma street with a
luau. It will be occupied, half by
Viscount Torio and Mr. Fojila,
Secretaries of tho Japanese Con
sulate, and the other half by Mr.
and Mrs. W. Unger, who were
married on Satuiday night.
At the meeting of thu Fire Board
last evening, it was decided lo leave
tho shifting of the tower bell until
tho return of Mr. Nott, Chief En
gineer. Mr. P. Braiin, in person,
thanked his colleagues for a donation
of $1)0 relief, granted him 'for in
juries sustained at the laic Nuuanu
O.sr. of Ilebbard's drays loaded
with a piece of machinery weighing
several tons, ou its way from the
Ironworks tills morning, stuck op
posite Urinlmittn's, the horses being
too light for the load. Although
the animals made a noble effoit, Hie
driver plied the whip without stint.
At, length a largo horse of the same
owner came along, uitd being hitch
ed lo tlm load walked off with it.
Ixkohjiation tins been loceived
from headquarters, by last moil, Hint
the 8300,000 new stock of the Am
erican Refinery, San Francisco, lias
all boon subscribed, and the ad
ditions to the building arc well under
way. From other sources than that
from which the above is obtained, it
is learned that the sumo refinery lias
sullluicnt sugar ou hand, and a cargo
was out from Manila over twenty
days at latest adxlces.
A somi'avhat immense deal of rcol
estate at auction will take place at
Mr. Levey's salesroom to-morrow at
noon. First in order arc seven lots
on Knual, under moitgnges to C. J.
Fislicl. Then six homestead lots
near Funaliou, on Bingham, Alex
ander and Uorctania streets, de
scribed in special advertisement.
Thirdly, the valuable lease of house
and large barn, with two acres of
pasturage, on Punchbowl street, six
teen years to run.
Pixhm.i: using water from Makiki
reservoit for irrigating purposes arc
warned lo be more careful in the
future, or some line day they arc
likely to be without water. The
Makiki reservoir holds about .500,
000 gallons, and has been lowered
during the present dry spell to tlucc
or four feet in depth. It supplies
but .11 talis, while the Nminnu reser
voir, holding only .'500,000 gallons,
supplies the whole city and shipping.
This indicates considerable prodigal
ity on the part of Makikians.
L. Ani.r.u begs to inform the pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, -ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
Wi: have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut pole cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Sheet. 143 3t
Si:asox Tickkts. Remember the
Opera Season is approaching. Box
Plan for season seats to subscribers
opens Friday morning, October 0th,
at 9 o'clock a. m. sharp, at J. E.
Wiseman's oflicc. Sig. A. Farini's
company will bo down on the Ala
meda, October 22nd. 143 3t
To Tin: Pijiu.ic or 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 left all his instruc
tions with Mr. James T. White,
messenger of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
Express, at G. W. Macfaiiane &
Co.'s, who will, on the arrival of the
work by the steamer Mariposa, see
lo their speedy delivery, and collect
for same, and make arrangements
for any now subsciibers who may
(Signed), T. K. MacDonkll.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1885. 141 Tit
EXCHANGE OF COURTESIES.
Yesterday morning His Majesty
the King entertained Captain Aling
ton and olllccrs of the British man-of-war
Satellite at breakfast. Gov
ernor Dominis, Hon. A. S. Cleghoin
and Cols. Judd and Purvis were
present. Attended by tho party
just named, the King at noon isited
tho ship. The yards were manned
in his honor at arrival and depar
ture. A hundred-pound shell was
fired from one of the (5-inch breech
loading guns, to show the woiking
of the piece lo His Majesty.
In the evening a complimentary
concert was given the captain and
olllccrs of the ship at tho Hawaiian
Hotel. Building and grounds were
finely illuminated with colored lan
terns and toiches. There was a
large attendance, including Gover
nor Dominis, the American Minister
and the Biitish Commissioner, with
Mrs. Merrill and Mrs. Wodchouse j
the French Commissioner and ladies,
and the Portuguese Commissioner.
THE SUGAR MACHINERY BOOM.
Work had to be carried on all
last night at the Ironworks, to have
a large quantity of machinery com
pleted and packed in time for ship-
i. t.- .1. . . "Til l A
uieiik ny inu sicamcr x'lauicr. ii
maceration mill goes lo Ilanuumulu,
Kauai. The balance of an order
for a similar mill is being despatched
to the Union Mill, Hawaii. Thero
is a new roller for Koloa, and thero
are rollers for Judge Hart, Kohala,
Hawaii. Orders for repair woiks
arc greater at the works than ever
befoic. In consequence of such a
rush, that has continued since the
first maceration mill was made
several months ago, the men arc
working overtimo every night. Re
ports fioin some mills that have
lately adopted maceration, indicate
that' tho process is exceeding the
most sanguino expectations of its
value. A gain of over twenty-five
percent of juico is not too largo an
estimate of tho results obtained
wheic the new method has received
a fair trial. A much higher figure
is mentioned in some cases, but,
until (he exact returns arc ready
for publication, it is premature to
calculate the saving effected.
SUPREME COURT OCTOBER TERM.
Monday, Oct. filli.'
Before Chief Justice Judd. The
King va. P. Reymond, possession of
opium. Appeal from tho Police
Court. Defendant is called three
times and fails to appear. The Court
orders that ho be defaulted and his
bond forfeited. The bondsmen arc
Chas. 11. Wilson and J. I. Dow
The King vs. George Summers,
burglary. The defendant is ar
raigned on tho indictment and pleads
The following cases arc specially
set: Hawaiian Commercial Co. vs.
J. M. Horner, for Monday, 2f!th in
stant; Plate vs. Thurston ct al.,
Monday, the liltli ; Ami vs. Wag
ner and Alan vs. jVVagner, Monday,
the ISJlli. fP
It is ordered that tho Court will
sit in banco on Wednesday, October
The King vs. Albeit Kunuiakea,
malicious injury. Appeal from
Police Court. Tho case was tried
before a Hawaiian jury, who ren
dered a verdict of guilty,thrcc dis
senting. Major Rosa for Attorney
General, J. M. Pocpoc for defendant.
The King vs. Keikihookama, em
bezzlement. Defendant is arraigned
on the indictment and pleads not
The King vs. Elia, forgery. Tried
before a Hawaiian jury, who brought
in a verdict of not guilty. Major
Rosa for tho Attorney-General, Kin
ney and Peterson for defendant.
Tuksday, Oct. Gtli.
Albeit Kunuiakea, for malicious
injury, was sentenced to pay a fine
of Si" and costs taxed at $21.55.
Keikihookama, for embezzlement,
found guilty by a Hawaiian jury and
sentenced to six months' imprison
ment. IX CHA.Mllints.
Tuusuay, Oct. Gtli.
The following banco decisions
were filed in the clerk's olllce yes
1st In the case of J. C. Merrill
& Co. vs. A. Jaeger, executor of
the will of F. T. Lcnehan, deceased,
the Court overruled the plaintiff's
'exceptions. This was a case tried
at the Januar3' term, when a verdict
was rendered for the plaintiffs for
$791.83 with interest. The verdict
was afterwards set aside and a new
trial had in the April term, when
verdict was given for the defendant,
the plaintiffs thereupon taking ex
ceptions which were disposed of as
above stated. The basis of the suit
was for merchandise and freight
bills which were disputed by the
parties. S. B. Dole for plaintiffs ;
Ashford & Ashford for defendant.
2nd In the case of the KiiiK vs.
Hiram A. Bridges, the defendant's
exceptions were overruled. This
was a case tried at the last January
term, when said defendant was in
dicted for manslaughter in the first
degree by feloniously killing one
Leonard R. Patten, on the 12th day
of November, 1884, and was con
victed of manslaughter in the second
degree, defendant's counsel there
upon excepting to the verdict, which
exceptions were disposed of as
above stated. Attorney-General
Neumann for the Crown ; W. R.
Castle for defendant.
There was a hearing this morning
before Justice Bickerton in the case
of S. L. Austin and others vs. C.
Brewer & Co. and others upon a
motion filed by the defendants lo
dissolve the writ of injunction issued
in the above entitled cause for the
following reasons : 1st That Joseph
O. Carter and Peter C. Jones, as
President and Secretary of Onomea
Sugar Company, are now and have
been, for twelve months past, in
possession and control of the Ono
mea Plantation, and no sufficient
reason is set forth in the bill of
complaint why they should bo de
prived of the sunie. 2nd That if
complainants are now put in posses
sion and control of said plantation,
said respondent, C. Brewer & Co.,
will be in danger of suffering great
and irreparable loss from the mis
management and waste of said plan
tation by said complainants. F. M.
Hatch for the motion, Ashford &
Ashford for plaintiffs. The Court
sits next Thursday morning, at 10
o'clock, for argument of counsel on
This afternoon tho Court was sit
ting in probate, Chief-Justice Judd
and Associate-Justice McCully on
the bench, to try the appeal of Al
beit K. Kunuiakea against the will
of Queen Emma, by a mixed jury.
J. M. Monsarrat, Cecil Brown and
F. M. Hatch for A. J. Cartwright,
executor, and J. M. Poepoo and J.
Kancakua for contestant.
Tuesday, Oct. Ctli.
Katiaina, Lolee, Hob, T. McClay,
were each mulct $G for drunkenness.
Cluing Hung, arrnignetl on the
2nd for having opium in possession
Yim King was remanded until the
7th on the same charge. Mr. Jona.
Austin appealed for him.
Alu was fined $75 and two months
inipiisoninent at hard labor, for hav
ing opium in possession.
Wain was leprimanded for assault
and battery, and discharged.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A FIVE loomed
Cottage, 134 Fort
doors above Hotel
XJL street, n few-
street, having a front garden and yard.
Rent $30 per month. Applv to
142 lit Anchor Saloon.
OFFICES TO KENT.
rpVO dcslrnlilo olllccs to let in
JL pioof building fionllng on Queen
sircot. iteni inourr.ilo. Apply to
LFAVH .1. LKVKY, Autlloiiecr.
Ill lw -10 Queen Mrcet.
Wanted to Vurcliasc.
ASMAI,Ij lotnf Innil, centrally locit.
cd and In a (pilot ncisjhliorhoo I.
Price must ho low for CASH. Stntc
terms and location, and address "Li ml,"
this onicc. mat
PIIK Sale of Furniture, Books, etc.,
at Judge Austin s house will ho
continued till further notice from 9 to
12 dally. 133 lw
A REGULAR quarterly dividend of
$2 per share will be paid to the
holders of C. Brewer & Co.'s stock at
tho olllce cf the Compiny.
.1. O. CAKTEH,
Treasurer O. Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. S, lSSn. 140 Ht
-; IN 110X1).
A Few Cases Only.
Ill E. I. A.lmiiN Ss Co. lm
Meeting ol Stockholders.
THE Stockholder of C. Brewer &
Co. will plc.isc tnUc notice that tho
regular quartoily mooting of the Com
pany will he held at the Company's
olllce on Fill DAY, the 0th October, at
10 o'clock a m. J. O. CARTER,
Sccrctarv C. Hrcwcr & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, lb8.". 1 10 1 w
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Rooks and Accounts ncatljjmd correct
ly kept, also all klmhnt copying at
tended to. Olllce with" llustni'c As Ito
beitson. 8!) tf
The undersigned having
liken charge ol isaggage
?Kxnress No. lit. for the
purpo-o ot carrying on the Express and
Dray husines,"hope3 by paying strict
attention to business lo icceive a share
of public patronage.
t3T Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. 15. BUKGEKSON.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and lle
rctnnia Streets. Mutual Telephone 1120.
West, Dow & Co., Telephone 170.
Bethel St., next to Pos'-Olllcc.
Sowing Machines of all kinds repaired.
All kinds of Light Machinery rapaired
on Short Notice
N.U. flood Workminsliip'nnd Charges
121 Strictly Moderate. ly
IELLER & HALBE'S
Ice Cream Parlor
Lincoln's Block, Kii st,
A Fine A.HHorliui'iit of
Candies & Cakes
A-lw-uvh; on J I ami.
phono j40 In both Co
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 tmcl OO Ilolul Street,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Eistem Shad, Floundors, Rook Cod, Smelt", Crab, Eastern Oyster',
Roll Butter, Caulillowcr, Red Cabbages, Bunker Club Hous
Milliard ducks, readies, I'cars, I'luma, urnpes, ivc xc.
Hor.jp Radish, Roots and Celery, Swiss Cheese, Cream Cheese, Ednin Cheese,
German Smoked Sausages, German Pickles In ICegs, Holland Herrings In
Kegs, Kits Snlmon Bellies, Kit Mackerel,
And n Complete Line oF JTanoy Si tuplo CSiocerle
Always on Ilniitl.
GooJs delivered to Wnlklkl, Tuosdaya and Fridajs.
ot tho Town.
THE FISHER CIDER COMPANY,
Factory, 1U Lllilia sticct.
AKE now prepared to furnish this
celebrated Champagne Cider at
short notice, nud in (luaulillei to suit.
All orders will meet prompt attention
hv addiossing The Fisher Cider Co.
M.T.DONNE Mi, Manager.
Mutual Telephone H'M.
TO LET OK I.I2ASE.
A COTTAGE of fi rooms, on Ilcicta
nia street, with a large lot of lnnd
with fruit and ornamental trees, water
and every convenience, lent $20 per
month. Also a largo lot of laud with
carriage house, stalls for !1 horses, nnd
room for man. The whole will be rented
or divided to suit parties, and buildings
erected thereon if necessary, for parti
culars apply to
1U2 2-.v LYONS is COHEN.
AVERY COMFORTABLE and con
venient house on Klnau street, be
tween I'ensiicol.i and I'llkol streets, con
taiuing three bedrooms, parlor, dining
room. Kitchen.pantry.balh-rpoin, sinldes,
etc. Large garden. Easv teim.. Ap
ply to BRUCE CAR"rVRIGHT,
at A. J. Cnrtwright's olllce. 1S." IT
The Old Corner Jtestaurnnt .
consult iui:i:n and ncuam' srs.
Mcnli, -0 els. Week bond, $4 and
$4.30. Everything neat and clean.
Mechanical fans working at meal
times keep room cool and pleasant.
119 1m HOP LEE, Proprietor.
COTTAGE TO !LET.
A nice 4 room cottage, within
leasv reach of Honolulu, siiu-
late at Kapalama. Terms $20
per month. Apply to
MRS. MARIA KING,
on the grounds, or to A. J. Cartwright,
at his olllce. -10 tf
The piemiscs al No. I'i Mer-
iciiant street, near tnc corner ol
iFort street, centrally located
iu the business part of the citv. Suita
ble for a LAW OFFICE, or any other
kind of business. Rent low. Enquire
of DR. STANGENWATiO.
MR. D. L. AHPHART hereby inti
mutes lli.it he has this day with
drawn lrom the llrm of Soyong & Ah
pliart, and that ho will carry on the busi
ness of an Employment Agency, Anglo
Chinese Interpreting, Collecting Ac;
counts and other Agency Business at
Sun Kim Lung Co.'s, 43 Hotel street.
J. A, Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
(opposite the Church), is piopared to
execute nil onlers for
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general work in his line. All
orders promptly attended lo, nnd cliaigcs
strictly moderate. "1 ly
I'ntrotii'.c I5ojii Iuitiii'tt- t:i(v
The Hawaiian Stono Comp'y
Are now prepaicd to fimii-h fresh Lime
in quantities to suit purclmeiB, and
silisfaction warranted a to both the
kind upd the price.
ALLEN & E0BINS0N,
0:1 ly Agents.
One' Moimjs to tl 3Voni.
j.. T. BAIiER.
Having returned to tho
Mauds, will underlakti
to break Horses, either
,.. iiiililln ni ITltt-ni'iSU
- S1- "chcuitr than any other
man in tho Kingdom, and guaianteo
Siok and Lamo Horses,
Will receive special intention, and the
best of Medicine and euro provided.
All orders to ho left at residence, no.t
John Hobcllo's, Kapalama. 119 dm
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder.
HAS on hand nnd for snlo various
sized surf boats, constructed on
nn improved principle of my own in
vention, each framo being of one piece
across the keel, Tho frames are closer
together, and tho bouts are therefore
lighter and les liable to bllgo iu, tlinn
boats of any other build. Each sldo
plank and gunwale Is hi ono picco from
stem to stem, and Is consequently not
liable to strain, there being no midship
butts, Tho material and workmanship
are wnrranted to bo of tho best quality.
Mr. Robert Luwcih, nf Lowers &
Cooke, will attend lo tho sale of these
boats, and dispose of them at S.m Friui.
clsco piiccg. "5 ly
P, O, Box 367
Goods dcllvcud to all parts
ANEW il-ioomcd Cottage with a lnrge
yard on tho Asylum road. Rent
!J10 per month.
4. C. EDWARDS.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
One Light Top Familv
Wagon nnd 1 Top Busl.
'11059 Wagon. Apply to
C'ouliactoraud Builder, 10!) King 'trcet.
DTI. BIUNKERIIOFF'S system of
Rectal Ticatinent. A new treat
inciit for Hemorrhoid-', Fistula and other
diseases of tho rtctuin, by a process
sure, safe and painless.
DR. McWAYNE, 34 Alnkca st.
Provincial Fire Insurance Co.,
S;il)M''llol Oni.Kul : : jcl,OUO,000
.1. T. AYATERHOUSE, .In., Agent.
AVING outlined the borvices ol a
liiM-rlass Piano Tuner, we wish
to inform the public that we arc able to
Tune and Hcpiir Pianos at short notice.
All ordeis lelt with us will ho promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
10,12 ly WEST, DOW it CO.
HE undersigned having been np-
pointed Assignees of the Estato of
S. .1. Levey & Co., Bnnkiupts, all per-
sous indebted to said linn arc hereby
requested to make immediate payment
to Alex. J. C.irtwiight at his olllce, No.
o Kanlmmanu street.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT, ) . ,r
W. G. IRWIN,
Honolulu, Sept. 20, lSSo.
Dwelling- House for Sale or
HPHE large dwelling house and lot
JL occupied bv D. D. Baldwin front-
vin? on Dole street, at Punahou, and run
ning thiougli to licckwith street. 1 lie
house contains S large rooms, 2 pantries,
1 Imlluoom, 4 huge cloct3, kitchen ad
joining There is a large bain with
tenant's room ou the giounds, also an
olllce -eparate fiom the main building.
The lot is nearly 2 acres in extrnt and
nffoidi considerable pasture and Arc
wood. Eerything in good repair. Gov.
eminent water laid on. Enquire of
liTCtf 8. B. DOLE.
E. R. RYAN,
Boats Euilt and Repaired to Order.
All EimlN of Jtoat Material,
Timbers, Knee, Stems, Keels. Alfo, 1
Decked Surf Boat, 1 Large Twelve-Ton
Scow, 1 Four-Oared Race Boat, 12 Small
Skill's, 1 Twelve-Ton Sloop in perfect
ouler, with saiN, anchors and chains
complete. For salo cheap for cash
Kilauea street, Honolulu. 1005 ly
S8!lItE3JS C)BI1ST of the Ha
waiian itlnmli. In the inaltcr of
tlii-Banlciuptcy of HENRY TURTON.
Before Chief .tiMice Judd.
Henry Tin Ion, doing Imsinc-s In La-
liaiua anil Honolulu, isianus oi jwiui
and O.thu, having been adjudicated
bankrupt on the petition of II. Hnrkfcld
it Co., it is hereby ordered that all credit
ors of said b mkriipt come in nud proTe
their claims before me, at my Chambers,
iu Honolulu, ou
IhTomliiy, 4c(. 12, ISSIi,
At 10 o'clock a. in.
And it is further ordcied that upon
said day tho creditor proceed to hold
the ELECTION of an assignco or at.
siguee-, of said bankrupt estate, nnd that
notice heieof be published in the Haw.
aiiaii Gascttc, Daily Bni.t.UTlN and Km.
kott until snld hearing.
Dated Honolulu, Oct. 1. 18S5.
A. 1 JUDD,
Chief Justice Supremo Court,
Attcnt: IIiskuy Sjiith,
Deputy Clerk. 131) (K
tier's Slfflsli Co.
Commencing on Jlonday, October
12th, and thcuco on the first Monday
following tho arrival of tho Alameda
and Mariposa on tho 8lh and 32nd nf
Tho steamer Kinuu will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauliou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nighU at the Volcano
AVhcu the St Ii ami 22ml of tho month
fall on Moiiikiy, tho Kinuu will leave
Z3T Ticl-cls lor tho Round Trip, $50, whch,
pays all Chargos.-XJEft !
Tho Kiuaii will arrive lu Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. Ou
llllo Trips, will leave Honolulu on
Tucfcdnye, and return Baturduv menu. ;
ings. WILDER'S STMSIUP CO. , t
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1835. 134 tf--