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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7; 13S5.
Schr Manuokawal from Koolau
Stnir Kllniien Ilojt for Windward I'orts
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
11 B M H S Sattcllte for Hllo. Hawaii
Bk Oalbarlen, lltibtmrd
II BMSS Satellite, Alliigtnn
Bk Hope, l'enhallow
Bk Jupiter, .Tonus
llgtuo Consuolo, Cousin
Bklno Eureka. Leo
For Hllo and way ports, per steamer
Klnlui, Oct G Miss L Hart, Mis S Hart,
W II HaWead, W 11 Ciimmlngs, K It
lllnils O Bosse, AV L Wight, Vf Deeota.
II W Mnokotiic, W II P.itton, V L Les
lie, D V Smith, Mls Edmonds, Mr
Austin and child. S Decker. 31 Ewnrt.
Mis Xutianu, .Tames Xalianu. and 10."
For lvnuai, per teainer Planter, (let
0 M 1) Moiisarr.it, El' Adams, W V
(Joodale, Mrs Lazarus, MrsAVlI lllcc,
Mr Smith, Mrs Slmp-on. and about 8!)
For Windward ports, per stmr
lanl.)Oct 0 F Boigman,.
Cooke, W Davis iintf
The bk .Tupltcr lias received dine
sugar for San Fiaueiseo.
The stmr Kilauea Hon took at noon
to-day, besides some machinery. 800
BW posts, and 12.000 feet lumber.'
Sehr Manuokawal brought 220 bags of
.dee and 120 lulls of awa. She went on
the Marine Railway this afternoon to
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Hawaiian Bazar will shortly
close for good.
Five days' later
news by the
J Mit.-.T. A. Magoonhas commenced
the practice of law in. the city.
His Majesty the King is paying a
visit to II. 11. M. S. Satellite this
afternoon. The Uoyal Hawaiian
Band is on board.
In a family quarrel at Kilauea,
Kauai, a Portuguese woman had her
head laid open and terribly dis
figured. ' Her assailant was her son-in-law,
and he was fined 20.
Mil. J. Dodd!s large sprinkler
holds 11,000 gallons of water. It is
filled seven times-a day, making 77,
000 gallons of water put on the
streets daily. The water is drawn
from the artesian wells.
Tun Ladies Benevolent Society of
Fort Street Church, will hold their
regular monthly social in the parlors
of the church to-morrow (Thurs
day) evening. Ice cream will be
sold, the funds thus realized to be
used in refitting the church parlors.
Knv. Geo. "Wallace will lecture on
the parables at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral this evening. At Fort Street,
Church the subject will be "Mis
sions." Reports will be heard from
different fields. The subject at the
Bethel will be " Christian Citizen
ship." Phil. 3:20.
Cai'tain Alington, officers and
midshipmen of the British man-of-var
inspected Mr. J. A. Dower's
patent device for bending timber
and iron for shipbuilding purposes.
They were much interested in the
method, and went away convinced
that it was a good tiling.
His Excellency Mr. Merrill, US.
Minister Resident, was in Court this
morning to read the opinion of Jus
tices of the Supreme Court which
overrides the exceptions taken in the
case of the King agafnst Hiram A.
Bridges, who was convicted of man
slaughter in the second degree.
The Queen's Own held their
monthly meeting last evening in the
basement of the palace, Captain
O'Connor presiding. The Captain
intends parading his command for
exercise on Independence Day, also
for field exercise in review order on
the 31st of December next, the
birthday of Her Most Gracious Ma
jesty the Queen.
The Honolulu Rifles held their
monthly meeting at the armory last
evening, Second Lieutenant II. F.
Hcbbard presiding. One resignation
was nccepted. Target practice nnd
a new armory were discussed with
no definite ending. Financial mat
ters were argued at length, but time
being required to perfect matters, a
special meeting will be called next
Wk learn that Gov. Dominis has
again tendered a band concert at
the Hawaiian Hotel, to the Captain
and olllcers of H. B, M. S. Satellite
to take placo'(to-morrow evening. An
Impromptu dance will follow in the
parlors of tho Hotel, and tho grounds
will bo prettily illuminated with
Japaneso lanterns, Tho concert
will bo a fine treat to the passen
gers and tourists, expected by the
Park Skating Mink, took pnssago by
the steamer Kiiiait last evening for
Hllo. Ho will probably build a rink
there if sjilllcicnl inducement pre
sents itself, or he may take the
i oiler coaster to Hilo. However,
Mr. L. J. Scott will run the Central
l'atk Kink dining Mr. Smith's ab
sence. Mr. Scott tnlks of having u
piano ut the rink to amuse the ladies
of an afternoon.
I Tub Anrllcan Church Chronicle
I for October opens with an article on
laxity in Sunday observance, in
creasing in the United States with
this country following the example
of its big neighbor. It has a good
deal of other original matter, includ
ing a brief reply to the Friend.
The selections and church news arc
up to the usual excellent standard.
Mr. Mackintosh's editorial notes of
travel have failed lo connect with
Ir the Litso Ilmaaiiano, whose
No. C came out yesterday, continues
in tho'way it is doing, the proprietor
will either have lo enlarge its size,
or allow it, to be called a sheet of
advertisements. However, in spite
of the constantly increasing number
bf "ads" the' present number con
tains some very interesting commu
nications and a good variety of
local news. From the correspond
ence in this number, it is seen that
even the Portuguese element of our
population, are perfectly alive to the
danger of our Chinese question, and
they seem to take the bull by the
horns, h' organizing a Co-operative
Society, with the avowed object of
helping the Portuguese to buy cheap
goods without having to go for them
Ito the Chinese storekeepers. The
Liino will evidently be a powerful
help towards the solution of some of
our local problems.
L. Aui.ku 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, i Art Store,
Hotel Street. 1-13 3t
Skason Tickuts. Remember the
Opera Season is approaching. Box
Plan for season seats to subscribers
opens Friday morning, October 9th,
at 9 o'clock a. jr. sharp, at J. E.
"Wiseman's olllcc. Sig. A. Farini's
company will be down on the Ala
incdu, October 22nd. 143 3t
Tun Roller Coaster and Central
Park Skating Rink, will be open on
Saturday. A skating race, free for
all who have not before won prizes,
will take place, for two prizes, Isl
and 2nd. Amount of prizes to be
made known at the time.
Ill It L. J. Scott.
To Tin: Public of 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. Macfailanc &
Co.'s, who will, on the arrival of the
work by the steamer Mariposa, see
to their speedy delivery, and collect
for same, and make arrangements
for any new subscribers who may
(Signed), T. K. MacDonell.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1885. 141 rt
A DEPARTED WORTHY.
Exploits ok an Anvr.NTunnu in
Honolulu AxoTiir.it onk in tiik
There arrived in the steerage of
the S. S. Alameda from San Fran
cisco on April 22nd, a gentlemanly
looking young man of about twenty
five, billed as E, C. Thompson. His
autograph, as it appears in the regis
ter of the Hawaiian Hotel, is down
in a beautiful flourish as E. Cecil
Thompson. This personage affected
to be a man of property from Eng
land, and he engaged a room in
Union street, taking his meals for the
most part at the Hotel. Of a polished
exterior and insinuating ways, lie
soon established himself in the favor
of many estimable residents. Armed
with his own graces and the regard
of a considerable section of Hono
lulu society, this gentleman of
leisure, who claimed to have made
tho circuit of the globo eleven limes,
went forth conquering nnd to con
quer. Being possessed of a taste
for rural felicity, ho obtained tho
freedom of some of tho ranches on
this Island, and inado prolonged ex
cursions to tho pleasantest and most
comf oi tabic private manors of other
Islands. He was ready to buy up
estates wherever ho went, and in
fact proclaimed himself in this city
as lite purchaser of Mr. James Gay's
ranch at "Waialua.
His form becoming familiar, .and
his manners acceptable to the com
munity, of course the next thing to
bo done was to obtain a stake in tho
country. That can bo done in this
kingdom, with its passport law, most
easily by creating personal obliga
Mn. D. P. Smith, of tha
tion pn nil h,ancs. The very thing
our hero set about doing, nnd he
succeeded to the extent of running
up bills in many local establish
ments, drinking saloons, perhaps,
having his distinguished preference.
At length the reckoning day came.
The traders and caterers wanted
their money and were not over
awed by the august visitor's pres
ence into postponing their requests
for settlement. 'flic tardiness of
tho debtor's response, and the pro
fusenessof his excuses for delay,
only increased the Importunity of
his creditors. Honolulu was becom
ing too tropical for his genteel com
fort, and now for the summoning up
of all the reserves of thewits l3'
which lie had, at least, added luxti
riousness to subsistence. As the
gamo could not be played much
longer, the player must of necessity
retire from the scene. The culmi
nation of E. Cecil Thompson's
career in Honolulu was reached on
Saturday last. A few evenings pre
viously he had shed a parting luster
on his record by dining the olllcers
of the man-of-war.
Visiting the Dclmonico saloon on
King street, kept by Mr. Sam. Now
lein, he was aked for "that little
bill" of twenty-five dollars, which
he owed the bar-tender, Mr. E. L.
Doyle, for room rent. "Oh, cer
tainly, only you will have to cash u
small draft,", was the reply, as
Thompson produced a draft of $227
and odd cents, on one of the National
Banks of California. Mr. Doyle
could not cash the draft in the
absence of his employer, but the
latter himself entering offered to do
what he could with the paper. Mr.
Nowlein-took the draft in good faith
to Mr. M. Mclncrny and asked him
if he would cash it. Mr. Mclncrny
had never heard of Thompson, but
said he would cash the draft if Mr.
Nowlcin would endorse it. This
being done by the latter, the money
was paid him. Just at this moment
Mr. Peacock, of the firm of Frecth
& Peacock, happened aloug, and up
on Mr. Mclnerny enquiring if he
knew aught of Thompson, the former
replied that he did, as that person
had just wanted to pay a bill at their
office with a $227 draft. Comparing
notes, the gentlemen apprehended
that there was something wrong
about the man, and the result was
that Thompson's passport was stop
ped in anticipation of the departure
of the S. S. City of Sydney for the
Colonies. In the meantime Mr.
Nowlein handed tho money to
Thompson, deducting the amount of
his account against liiin a few dol
lars. Having been informed by Mr.
Mclncrny of the worthlcssness of
the draft, Mr. Nowlcin promptly
made good the amount to the fonncr.
Then, confronting Thompson, who
came to the Dclmonico, with a state
ment of the case, Mr. Nowlein was
coolly informed that there was a
horse outside lie could have for the
money. The proposal was accepted,
but, as it happened, the horse did
not belong to the man bartering it,
but was the property of Mr. James
Gay, and the latter has since re
claimed the animal. With the pro
ceeds of the draft Thompson went
to pay some bills that could not be
got rid of by any other process. Be
fore paying Messrs. Freeth & Pea
cock, however, he again asked
Mr. Peacock if lie would cash
a $227 draft. For answer he was
told to pay cash within ten minutes
or he would be arrested ; whereupon
he banded over the amount. There
are pretty well authenticated ac
counts of other drafts negotiated by
Thompson about town, but it would
take too much time to trace them all
up. It is possible the man may
have had some funds when he ar
rived here, and that his sharp prac
tice only began when those were
exhausted. At all events, a good
many more people than care to own
up to it, are mourning his stealing
away, in spite of the passport law
and special police surveillance, in
the City of Sydney on Sunday morn
ing. An account of that feat, so
far as could be gained, was given in
the Bulletin the following day, and
all the additional information comes
in the shape of a suspicion that his
departure was aided and abetted by
people on shore, and by a passenger
who had been a very welcome visitor
for several weeks to tho city and
islands. Thompson had paid his
bill at the Hotel.
By the s.s. Australia, that arrived
hero from the Colonics on Septem
ber 27th, the half-dozen or so copies
of the Aitslrulaslan newspaper
taken hero wcro received nt tho
Post Olllco nnd distributed. Tho
paper contained an account of tho
embezzlement of a large amount,
20,000 or 30,000, some say. It
is impossible to give particulars, for
within a few hours after the papers
were delivered to subscribers, the
account of the embezzlement vns
torn out of every copy in town, so
far as can be learned! "Who did it
or how it was done is a mystery,
but the general opinion is that there
is another adventurer in tho midst
of us. Whether ho came as a stow
away, or in any way, on tho steamer
named, is not known. But it is
generally believed that it took a
pretty smart fellow to get away with
the printed record, Including tho
copy in the public library, without
being at least kicked for his pains.
Vim King brought up on the 28lh
ult., charged with having opium in
possession, was sentenced to a line
of $100, costs SI. 00, and imprison
ment at hard labor for three months.
Mikalunl, using bad language,
was reprimanded and discharged.
Other charges were remanded
until the 8th.
SUPREME COURT OCTOBER TERM.
Tuesday, Oct. f.lh.
(Ill the case of Austin vs. Brewer,
yesterday, Judge Preston's name
was substituted inadvertently with
In the case of John R. Silva and
others vs. Antonio J. Lopez and
others, tried before the late Judge
Austin in 1881, who rendered de
cision that the sale of plaintiffs'
property by defendant Lopez was
illegal and void, nnd awarded
damages resulting to the plaintiffs.
From this award defendant Lopez
appealed, as being excessive. The
banco decision now filed declares
that plaintiffs cannot recover result
ing damages. The Court awards to
plaintiff Silva the sum of twelve
hundred dollars ; to dcfendantCunha
the sum of four hundred and forty
dollars, and to the defendant D'An
drade the sum of seven hundred
and nineteen dollars. This closes
tho matter in equity, but leaves the
question of damages open to suits
at law. The cause has been tried
three or four times already.
"Wednesday, Oct. 7th.
The appeal of Albert Kunuiakea
against the probate of Queen
Emma's will occupied the Court all
morning. At two o'clock Mr. Poe
poc was addressing the jury in be
half of the contestant.
RECLAIMING THE DESERT.
ENCLIMI CAPITAL BEING MTCCKsM'tll.l.V
. USED IN NEVADA.
Some years ago R. M. Graves and
T. U. Perkinson conceived the idea
of building a dam in Willow Creek,
near the Humboldt and Elko boun
dary line and storing water in a re
servoir for the purpose of irrigating
land in Squaw valley. They invest
ed considerable money in the pur
chase of land, and cattle to stock it
with, where they proposed building
the reservoir, but had not means to
carry out the projected enterprise.
They endeavored to get San Fran
cisco capitalists interested in the
scheme, but without success; then
they went cast to Chicago and New
York, but capitalists considcied the
experiment too risky nnd would not
invest a dollar. Finally Mr. Graves
went to Europe and in London found
men who knew that storing water
for irrigating purposes had been suc
cessful in India, and they at once
engaged in the enterprise and incor
porated under the name of the Ne
vada Land and Cattle Company.
Work was at once commenced on a
dam in Willow Creek, but u hen it
was almost completed the high water
in the spring of 1881 swept it away.
In no wise discouraged by the fail
ure, the company went to work
again 111 11 IllOlU syblUlll.mu muiium ,
selecting as a site lor tue nam n
gorge in the canyon through which
the creek ran. This gorge is be
tween two rock bluffs, 100 feet high
and 150 apart. A steam pump was
used to keep the water out of the
excavation, which was made in the
bed of the creek for the foundation
of the dam, and at a depth of iif
tecn feet solid lock was reached .
On this rocks were placed in posi
tion and a dam twenty-three feet
high was built of stones, which were
faced with three-inch planks tightly
caulked. The dam at this bight
makes u lake or reservoir 200 acres
in extent with tin average depth of
fourteen feet of water. It is the in
tention of the company to raise the
dam several feet higher and increase
the storage capacity of the reservoir
four fold. A tunnel 10x12 feet has
been sent through one of the bluffs,
and fitted with gates so nicely ad
justed that one inch or 50,000
inches, as occasion may require, of
water can bo drawn iroui xue reser
voir at any time. The water is
carried in a canal some eight or ten
miles long to Squaw Valley, where
it is used for irrigating purposes.
This year the company have cleared
off fiOO acres of sage-brush land and
sown it in alfalfa. The grass camo
up beautifully and now largo fields
of green greet the uyo where six
mouths ago there was nothing but
sage brush. It is intended to in
crease tlio acreasro of alfalfa to ten
times its present area, and it is ex
pected that when tho valley becomes
saturaieii inorougiuy wuu wuicr
very little irrigation will he neces
sary for, grazing lands, and the mea
dows will not require near so much
water after a year or two.
The success of this tho first expe
riment made in tho country, if not
in tho State, of storing, yaer in the
early summer, when It j.s plenty, for
irrigation later in tho season, when
Telephone 210 lu both Col
LEWIS & 00., GROCERS
J and OD Hotel ytfoct,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Eistern Shad, Flounders, Hock Cod, SmclK Crab, Eastern Oyster, Cain
Holl Huttcr. Cauliflower, lied Cabbages, Bunker Club House S.v
Mallard uncus, reaches, fears, l'lums, U rapes, ifcc &c.
Horse Hadlsh, Hoots nnd Celery, Swias Cheese, Crenm Cheese, Edam Chee3e,
German Smoked Sausage, German i'icklo3 In Kegs, Holland Herrings In
Kegs, Kit9 Salmon Bellies, Kit Mackerel,
A-ml u Coiilee T-.iue oi" TTimoy .S Staple Groceries,
A.I-vji;vn on 1-Iu.iul.
Goods delnered to Wniklkl, Tuo'.days and Fridays. Good delivered lo all parts
of the Town.
it is scarce, has added thousands of
dollars to the taxable property of
Humboldt and Elko counties, and
will doubtless induce others to re
claim the deserts where the situa
tion is favorable for making similar
reservoirs. Shall we grumble be
causc the change from a desert to
productive fields has been wrought
by foreign capital after home capi
talists had been urged in vain to try
tlu1 experiment and complain be
cause it is successful and promises
in a few years to be worth quadru
ple the amount invested? Winnc
mucca ATev.) Silver Stale.
At the annual session of the Am
erican Bankers Association in
Chicago on the 2,'lrd September,
there were present oOO representa
tives of banking houses' from all
parts of the Union. For a basis of
discussion, the executive committee
submitted the following: Jiaolveil,
That it is the sense of the conven
tion thatlho coinage of silver dollars
under the compulsory law of 1878 is
detrimental to the best interests of
the people and dangerous to the
welfare of the Government, and that
the law should be immediately sus
pended and remain inoperative until
an international agreement of the
leading commercial nations shall
give substantial assurance as to the
future relation of gold and silver 'as
A county sheriff in Galveston
pounced upon one of the witnesses
in an Indian Territory case, dung
ing him with being Newton Chance,
the murderer of E. Julius Foster,
editor of the Sherman Patriot, who
was assassinated twenty-four years
A IlKGULATl nuurteily dividend
XJl. $2 per shales ill ho paid to tho
holders of C. Uicwer & Co.'s- Mock at
the ofllce of the Company.
J. O. CAIITEK,
Ti oo-ui er C. Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. ii, 1885. 1 10 :it
A Few Cases Only.
Ill 13. I. AdaiiiN & Co.
Meeting of Stockholders.
HE Stnakhnldcr-i of C. Ilrcwcr &
Co. will please take notice that the
regular quaitorly meeting ot the Coin,
pnnv will be. held at the Coinpiiiy's
ollle'e on F1UOAY, the 0th October, at
10 o'clock a in. J. O. OAllI'Hll,
SSecrctaiv U. lSiewer is Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, iv'8). 110 lw
THE FISHER CIDER COMPANY,
Factory, i:j Lililia stieet.
UVj now piopared lo furnish this
celebrated Champagne Cider at
bhort notice, nnd in quantities to suit.
All oidens will meet piompt, attcnlioti
by ndiiiebsing The KMier Cider Co.
M. T. DOXNELL, Manager.
Mutual Telephone SUO. 1:1!) ly
TO LET Oil LEASE.
COTTAGE of r, looms, on Beicta.
x- nia street, w 1th a large lot of land
with fruit and ornamental trees, water
and every convenience, rent 20 per
month. Also a largo lot of laud with
carriage house. Mails for !t horses, and
loom for man. Tho whole will huruuled
or divided to suit pirties, and buildings
erected thereon if nectssary. for parti
culars apply to
132 a w JiYQXS&.UQllKX.
A VERY COMFOUTABLK anil con.
venlent hou-sc on Kiaaii stteet, be.
tween I'cnsucbla and I'iikol Mi eels, con.
tniulug three l.odrnniin, pu lor, dining,
room, Mlchen.piiilry.bUh room, Mablu-,
elc. Larue garden. Easy terms. An.
Plyto IIHUOK OAimVIllCHT,
at A. .1. Cm t Wright's ofllce. IK.'i if
The Old Corner Kcstiurnnt.
coii.vmi qui:i:n and nuuanu st'.
Meals, 25 cts. Week board, U
$1.50. Everything ucat and clean.
Mechanic ul fans working at mo.il
times keep loom cool nnd pleasant,
11!) lm 1IOF LEE, Proprietor.
Tho premises at Xo, 13 Mer.
iclinut street, near the corner of
I'ort strrct, centrally located
in ihu business part of thu clly. Sulta.
bio for a LAW OFFICE, or tiny other
kind of Imsint'si, Kent low- Enipiiiu
of DK. STAXCIENWALI).
1), L. Alll'IIAIir hereby intl-
males that ho hasihis day with
drawn from the llrm of .Sovotig & Ah.
phart, and that hinvlll c-ury on Hie laud
ncssof an Employment Agency, Anglo.
Chinese Interpreting, Collecting Ao
counlu and other Agenoy Iliislnias at
Sun Kim Lung Co.'s, !!! Hotel street.
P, O, Box 887
ANEW 8-rooniud Cottage with a large
yaul on tho Aiylum road, ltcnt
$() per month.
J. C. EDWAHD3.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
sOnc Light Top Family
wagon aim l Top jiusi.
ncss Wngon. Apply to
Contractor and Huilder, 100 King street.
DK. DltlNKKHIIOlT'S system of
lleetal Treatment. A new treat,
meat for Hemorrhoid', Fistula nnd other
dlseiio of the tectum, by a process
sine, safe nnd painlesq.
Dlt. McWAYNE, 34 Alakea st.
Provincial Fire Insurance Co.,
KilW-i-Iltt'it 4'iipltul : : 1,000,000
.1. T. WATMtHOUSK, .In., Agent.
obtained the services of a
Piano Timer, wc wish
to infonn Hut public lhal wc an able to
Tunc and llcpiir Pianos at fhort notice.
All ordeis lclt with us will bo promptly
attended to, ard all work warranto!.
10:!J lv WKST, DOW & CO.
'PlIH undersigned bavins: been
1 pointed Ai slices of the Estate of
S. .1. Levey A- Co., Bankrupts all per.
tons indebted to oaid firm aic hereby
lequeited to make immediate payment
to Alex. .1. C.irtwiiglit at his- olllco, No.
; K:aliunimiu stieet.
AliEX. J. CAUTVnUGIIT,
W G. 1UYVIN,
Honolulu, Sept. 20, lSS.'.. 135 2w
House for Sale or
rTHE large dwelling house and lot
X occupied by I). 1). Baldwin front
ing on Dole ttieot, at Puliation, and run.
ning tluougli In jlcckwith street. The
house contains S huge rooms, 2 pantries,
t bathroom, 4 largo closets, kitchen ad
joining. There is a large barn with
j-civant't, loom on the ground-., also an
oflleo icpiuale from the main building.
The lot is nearly 3 acres in extent and
alVords considerable pasture and fire
wood. Everything lu good repair. Gov.
efnmcnl water laid on. Enquliu of
132 tf 8. 15. DOLE.
E. E. RYAN
Boats Built aud Ropaircd to Order.
All Svimls of JScmt Kliiterinl
Timbers,, Knees, StoaiR, Keels. Also, 1
Decked Surf Bnat, 1 Large Twelve-Ton
Scow, 1 Foar-Oared Hate Boat, 2 Small
Skills, 1 Twelve-Ton Sloop in perfect
order, with sails, anciiori and chains
complete. For talc cheap lor cash
Kilauea street, Honolulu. 1005 ly
SJlMiSEMSS UWUJKT of the Ha
waiian l-dandt.. In the matter of
the Bankrup'.cy of IIEXHY TUItTOX.
Melons Uluef Justice J mm.
Henry Tin ton, doing business In I.a
halna and Honolulu, Islands of Maul
and Oahii, having been adjudicated
bankrupt on the petition of II. Huckfcld
& Co . it is hereby ordered that all credit
ors of said bmkiiipt come in and prove
their claims before inc, nt my Chambers,
in Honolulu, on
Ittondiiy, iici. M, 1885,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
And it f further ordered that upou
Mild dav the crnlitors proceed to hold
the ELnGl'ION of an assignee or a?.
slgncc.s of said bankrupt estate, aud that
notice hereof bcpubliMied in tho aw.
diiiiii Ouzellc, Dui.v Bui.i.istin and Kuo
lou until said hearing.
Dauil Honolulu, Oct. 1. 188.i.
A. 1 JUDO,
Ohltf .Justice Supremo Court.
Attest: 1Ii:kiiy Smith,
Deputy Clerk. WO flt
Fiefs StfflsMj Co.
Commencing on Monday, October.
12th, and thence on tho tlrM Monday
following the nirlval of the Alameda,
and Mariposa on the 8ih and 22nd of
The Hteamer Ifiiuui will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcaiihou ou
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days nnd two nighH at tho Volcano
When tho Slli nnd 22nd of the month
fall on .Moa lay, the ICiiuui will leave
5?- Tickets lor tho Round Trip, $50, which
pays all Charges.!
Tho E&hinu will utrivu in Houolulu
Suiiilav mornings on Volcano Tilps. On
Hilo 'flips, will leav Honolulu on
Tiictd.iy, and letuni Saturday morn.
lugs. .W1LDEIVS STMS11U? CO.
Honolulu, Bept. 14, 18 $!i. 134 tf