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THUUSDAY, OCT. 8,"l8S5l
H S Mnilpoa fioui S.in l"i.iiicl"co
Sehr iralciiknla fioui Fcprckco
Sehr Wahnnlti from Piiiiii
Stun-Jus Mnkco fioui luiual via Wnhi
lua and Waianae
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
II II M S S Sattelltc for Hllo. Hawaii
Hit Hope for Poit Townscntl
.SI. nr .las Makee for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
H 1$ 31 S S Satellite, Allngton
Ilk Hope, l'cnliallow
Bit Jupiter, Jones
Ugtno Consiiolo, Couslu-i
llktnc J?mckn, I.eo
8 S Mntlposii, liny wind
FinmSnn FrancNco. per SS Mnil
posa. Out S lion Paul Xciiinumi, Mrs
J 3r Damon, M Goto, Mis .1 Shore. Miss
S Lowell, Geo Melntyre. S Mngnln, F
S Ainitrong, T II Cunningham and
wife, A Herbert and wife. Stueraoi:
.las FIddcs, Alex Moic, Jiibs M Dun
enn, Mrs MShcuy, Jlmi; Andrews, T
i: Soutliwlek. F Fieuch, liobt Moutlc.
W Fhclan, D E Holmes, F J Appleby.
Uen l$cnon, .T Conlln, John Dow, "
T Lucas, Jn Manson, wife and child,
Clms Mahon, George Lincoln and cven
Sclir Walmalu hiought :13 cords of
lliewood, 200 cocoanuts and G."i goat
skins. Her top-mast was broken off
while lylug off Laupahochoe. during a
heavy swell. She was live days coming
but saw no sign of the Kainol.
Sclir Haleakala brought 23(i bags of
sugar. Schr "Watoll was hove down
yesterday afternoon to be cleaned.
The S S Maiiposa, Captain Havwaid,
airlved this noon, 7 days fioin San
Francisco. Had light winds through
out the passage. Passed S S Australia
Oct It, at 7:115 a m, Lat 114.27, Lou KI2.
20 bound NE.
Stinr Jas Makce was telcplioncd at
Waialua this morning. She Is expected
to anive at Honolulu about live o'clock
this c cuing.
The stinr W" G Hall is due to-moriow
.Stinr .Tas Makce will come licic to
drop her paengeis, and after taking in
some fieifjht lor Laie, llauula and
Punaluu, Koolau, she will pioceed on
her way for the aboo poits to-inoriow,
leaving about :i,000 of paddv at Pun.i
luu to be milled.
The scbooner Manuokawai lias had
her bottom cleaned, and the captain is
anxious to race the schooner Domitlla
for 5 or 10 dollai.s to anv poitin Koolau.
Arrivals at San Fianeisco, Sept 23
Hktnc Discovei y, from Honolulu; Sept
20 Sclir Jtosano, from Kahului.
Departures from San Francisco, Sept
18 Biig, ,T D Spreckels for Kahului.
Loading at San Francisco, Oct 1
ISktne "W H Dlmond for Honolulu, bktne
Discovery for Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Social L. B. S. Fort Street
Church this evening.
CoMi'MMENTAKY band concert and
dance, to Satellite ofllceis to-night.
Honolulu is promised a Portu
guese band, under efficient tooter
ship. Lyons & Cohen w ill sell to-moi row
at 12 noon, npples, onions and po
tatoes. . Attorni:y-Geni:ual Neumann is
back to the capital, looking as well
Tim Temperance hotel on Nuuanu
street is Hearing completion, and
promises to he a pleasant retreat.
Pnor. A. P. Demers, the cham
pion roller skater who was expected
by the Mariposa to-day, did not
Vlry rough weather was repoi ted
at Pnnaluu, Oahu, this week. Tre
mendous seas broke all over the
Mr.ssns. Lyons & Cohen have a
great variety of merchandise adver-,
tised for their regular cash sale to
morrow. Queen Emma's will case is still on
in the Supremo Court. Mr. Poepoc
has had the floor all morning, re
suming this afternoon.
Ik a strong and sudden blast of
wind should come, there will be a
grand crash of falling lumber piles
at the foot of Fort street.
Mit. C. V. Carpenter succeeds
Mr. U. A. Guard as purser of the
Mariposa, Mr. Carpenter has our
thanks for San Francisco liles.
Rev. Alexander and Mrs. Mac
kintosh and their son St. Martin
have arrived safely at Leicester,
England, and are enjoying them
Rice cutting began at Koolau last
Saturday. The crop is one of the
largest ever produced in that dis
trict, So heavily laden is the plant
that a heavy rain would cause great
That big hole in a lot, corner
Queen and Alakea streets, long a
recoptacle for stagnant water, has
been filled with rubbish. The adja
cent pitfall in tho sidewalk 1ms also
at long last been levelled up.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. & A.
M,, holds a special meeting this
evening at the lodge room, corner of
Fort and Queen streets. Business,
Initiation. Visiting members of the
fraternity arc cordially invited.
Tuu Likelikc-Dowsctt race last
Monday evening to Kauiiakakni was
arranged previous to the sailing of
the vessels by Mr. More, of San
Francisco, (o decide n point of merit
between Hit engines of the respec
Or all the lands ndveitised, Mr.
Levey yesterday sold only the seven
lots on Kauni, which were bought
by K. C. Winson for $l,:$9i. The
sale of tease of property on Punch
bowl street was postponed until
Hon. A. S. Clcgliorn has explained
the recent llting of shots at Thomas
Square. The Chinese caretaker was
authorized to fire off blank cartridges
from a shotgun, at intervals through
the night, to frighten away marau
ders who hud been depredating on
Hie grounds for some time past.
Mr.. McStoeker. warehouse keeper
for the O. S. S. Company, has lost
his position. His successor will not
be known until Mr. AY". G. Irwin re
turns from Kahului on Saturday
next. It is further gleaned that ail
sugars from Kahului, instead of
being shipped on foreign traders at
that port, as heretofore done, will
be brought to Honolulu for the O.
S. S. Co.'s steamers.
L. Amm'.u begs lo inform the pub
lic that he lias received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
AVi: have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut pole cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Sticct. 113 3t
Season Tickets. Remember the
Opera Season is approaching. Box
Plan for season seats to subscribers
opens Fiiday morning, October 9th,
at 9 o'clock a. m. sharp, at J. E.
Wiseman's office. Sig. A. Farini's
company will be down on the Ala
meda, October 22nd. 143 3t
The 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, 1st
and 2nd. Amount of prizes to be
made known at the time.
M-t -It L. J. Scott.
To the Pum.io op 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 lias left all his instruc
tions with Mr. James T. White,
messenger of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
Express, at G. W. Macfarlanc &
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. MacDonell.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1883. 141 Tit
One of the best oarsmen of the
Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club has
been taken for the King's crew in
the next regatta.
A six-oared boat crc, said to be
the My i tie's, were pulling over the
racing course against former time at
12 o'clock last night.
Members of the several boat clubs
take turns in staying at their res
pective boat houses all night, for
fear that some evil-disposed person
may enter the house and damage
AN ICE QUESTION.
A shareholder of the Ice and
Refrigerating Company, being asked
if it was true the price of ice had
been raised since amalgamation, re
plied that lie thought it would not
be raised -In Honolulu until a meet
ing of the company was held. The
prico had been increased on the
other islands, and would have to be
here, as neither of the two former
companies had been able to make
anything out of the old rates.
Drivers, owinj; to their long and un
seasonable hours, had to bo paid
high wages or they would not stay.
The machinery of the Artesian
works are being transferred to the now
company's promises, and, while the
plant is being overhauled, ice will
be mndo at the Wilder Works.
THE FARINI OPERA.
Music and Drama, nSan Fran
cisco publication devoted to the arts
named, has a very disparaging para
graph regarding Signor Farini and
his piojectcd season here. Some
people in Honolulu are commenting
upon tho fact that tho programme,
as published, is nothing moro than
ordinary conceit stuff, with a tiny
bit of opeia at the close, To this a
musical gentleman has remarked
that the numbers have been selected
with a view to adaptation to the
place. If both views are just, the
unmusical conclusion will be that
Honolulu cannot appreciate opera,
and is only expected to pay for it.
Willi the programme known before
hand, however, tlicie can bo no im
position about the season. Signor
Faiini is accredited by other musical
journals as a recognized singer, and
some of his pupils in the East arc
known in this city.
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
A committee lias been appointed
by the Board to mnko arrangements
for giving a fitting reception to the
Chief Engineer, Mr. John Notf, on
his return home.
Mr. James W. McGuirc, Fire
Marshal, by authority of the Board,
is circulating a subscription list, for
funds to be expended in improving
the Fiicmen's lot in Nuuanu Ceme
tery, and in tho erection of the monu
ment, for which Mr. Lane has tho
contract. Mr. McGuirc is meeting
with very fair success.
A colored cailoon, the woik of
Mr. John Rease, watchman in the
Bell Tower, is hung in Messrs. J.
M. Oat & Co.'s window, and at
tracts and amuses crowds from hour
to hour. An alarm of fire and the
response by the various companies
are strikingly and comically de
picted, and several brave faces are
readily recognizable in the different
scenes. Such productions as this
one suggests the idea that a page
devoted to Honolulu, in one of the
San Francisco comic papers, might
be' kept filled acceptably by local
caricaturists, and be profitable to
At the regular monthly meeting of
Engine Co. No. 1 last evening, the
receipts of the company's ball were
shown to be about $500, leaving a
balance, after expenses were paid, of
$137.10. The committees on ar
rangements and music were dis
charged with a vote of thanks.
SUGAR AND RICE.
Williams, Dimond & Co.'s circular
of the 1st inst. says: "The advance
in the price of the California Refin
ery noted in our last was followed the
same day by a reduction of A cent
per lb., and since then has advanced
again cent per lb. The American
Refinery also advanced its prices to
meet the above. The prices in New
York remain about the same as re
ported in our last, although the
London market has weakened and
beet has declined one shilling.
The general situation is favorable
for higher prices and supplies arc
firmly held. Latest mail advices
from New York, dated 24th Septem
ber, state that stock is now 35,58 1
tons under last year. Refiner's
stock is moderate and active buying
must soon be resumed. Refined ad
vanced to 7; cents for granulated
and re-acted to 7 cents, other grades
fluctuating in proportion. Export'
of refined has virtually ceased, and
the time for impoitation of raws
from Europe is near. It appears
that the accepted estimates of the
beet crop will be still further re
duced. The visible supplies show a
surplus of still 140,000 tons over
last year at same date, but it seems
evident that over-production has
been checked, and for the next 12
or 15 months the supply will be
shoit of the demand. New York
advices of the 30th quote Cuba cen
trifugals 93 per cent, test G 3-1G
cents. There has been a change in
the Manila basis since the 14th ult.,
and the same is 5.70 for 91 percent.
The large shipment of 2,700 bags
of rice per Mariposa, coming on an
already weak market, and freer im
portations of Carolina and Japan
rice, have caused a further decline
London exchange CO days sight,
4.83; New York sight, p. c.
TnuitsoAY, Oct. 8th.
Geo. Howard was fined 812 and
costs for assault and battery.
Nairn, charged with malicious in
jury, was, after examination, re
manded for judgement to the 9th.
Tiiuiisday, Oct. 8th.
Allen & Robinson obtained judg
ment against James Boyd in the
sum of 8108.35.
J. A. Palmer vs. A. K. Kuniii
akea, assumpsit for $25, judgment
was given for the plaintiff.
(S Francisco, Oct. Jst, per S,i.
COMMITTED KOll TUIAL,
Thomas William Stead, editor of
the Pall Mail Gazette; Samson
Jacques, one of his staff ; and sev
eral leaders of the Salvation Army,
have been committed for trial in
London on a charge of abduction.
Their offense consisted in privately
detaining a woman required as a
witness in their campaign against
Formidable rioting broke out in
Montreal, Canada, on the night of
Sept. 28th, against the vaccination
regulations. French-Canadians, in
mobs of thousands, assembled, and
proceeding from point to point, at
tacking vaccinating stations, the
houses of members of the Board of
Health, the City Hall and the Her
ald office. Everything breakable
was wrecked in and about the small
buildings, and all the windows of
tho City Hall ami newspaper office
were smashed. Toward the follow
ing morning the military and armed
police dispersed the rioters. Col.
Stevenson, military commander of
the district, had orders from the
Mayor, a French-Canadian, to clear
the streets at any cost. During the
rioting the mob raised bloodthirsty
ciics against the English. Revolvers
were used as well as clubs and hand
missiles. At the above date there
were said to be 1,000 cacs of small
pox in the city.
FLOODS HEUI.JaNI) THEHE.
Disastrous Hoods, covering an area
of 35,000 square miles, have occur
red in the presidency of Bengal.
Much property and many lives have
been lost. The government is re
lieving the suffcreis. False Point,
hitherto considered the best and
safest harbor between Bombay and
Calcutta, was swept away by a
stormwavc, Sept. 22nd, and three
hundred people perished.
Serious Hoods have oceuricdou
the line of the Central Railway in
Mexico, one washout doing $30,000
to $75,000 damage.
The latest froni Tonquin shows
the Black Flags surrounding the
Province of Brindinb. Cholera is
is raging at Hanoi, thirty being the
daily average of deaths. A Chinese
General at the head of a large army
has invaded Anam against the
Paiticulars of the massacre in
Anam arc that the Superior of the
College and a host of Christians
have been slaughtered. Some were
thrown into the sea with their hands
tied behind their backs. The mis
sionaries made an attempt to stand
to arms, but were soon defeated. A
gunboat sent by Gen. Do Couicy lo
Quinhoa, aniving after the place
was burned down, did not (ire a
shot, owing lo the absence of oidcrs.
THE IIOUMI'.I.IAK 11EVOI.UTION.
A special to the New Yoik "World
represents England as helpless, with
her only provisional Government, to
take action in the question of the
spoliation of Turkey.
Prince Bismaick promised Said
Pasha, the new Turkish Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Germany's support
in the settlement of the Bulgarian
difficulty. The Rouiiielian and Bul
garian Parliaments have petitioned
the Czar to protect the union.
Twenty-five thousand Servian troops
arc ready to cross the frontier to act
against the extension of the Bulga
rian dominions. The Bulgarian
Government has purchased the
Rustchuk and Varna Railway for
i.7,780,000. A Bulgarian revolu
tionary committee has been dis
covered at Adrianoplc. It is re
ported a light occurred near the
latter city on the 2Jth Sept., in
which thiity Rouraelians were killed.
Turkey is making extensive pi cpara
tions for war, mobilizing eighty bat
talions of iirst-class reset ves at
points on the Black Sea. On Sept.
29th the Sultan, impatient at the
delay of tlie Powers in reference to
his circular, ordered the concentra
tion of Turkish troops along the
Roumclian frontier within easy
march of Philippopolis. A confer
ence of the Powers is to be held at
Pern, to consider tlie question.
The discovery has been made by
Alibi Sahab Pasha, the new Minister
of War, that under Ghoze Osman
Pasha, his predecessor, the army
was almost entirely neglected, and
that largo sums of money voted for
military purposes were used in other
ways than those for which they were
meant. The Adrianoplc army, sup
posed to be 15,000 strong, contains
not half that number. Cavalry is
unable to march, owing to lack of
horses and accoutrements.
A despatch of Sept. 30th reports
heavy artillery firing having been
heard in Prcstina and Djakora, and
it was supposed a desperate fight
was raging between tho Turks and
Arnnnts. Several villages in Kastern
Roumelia have been sacked by
Bishop Hiram B. Clawson has
been sentenced, at Salt Lake City,
to six months' imprisonment and
$300 lino, for polygamy.
THE CONOO KINGS.
Fifteen native kings and eight
native princes of tho Congo Teni
tory have protested to the Kiug of
Portugal against tho protectorate of
the Afiican International Associ-
ation. They say, "Do not abandon
us, but save us from the tyranny
and ferocity of our enemy, the In
A lKHIIIIII.i: CALAMITY.
An awful disaster occurred at the
conclusion of a concert given by
Madame Nilsson at Stockholm,
Sweden. Owing to the fact that
the diva had recently bought a
handsome houso in Loudon, this
visit was deemed by the inhabitants
Tolephonc 210 in both Cos.
Or una Jlolcl Htrccl,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
KistiTii Sliud, Flounder, llock God, Smelt'?, Urn 1m, Eastern Oyster-, Cain Ficah
lloll Butler, Caullllowcr, Heel O.ilibapcs, Hunker Club House Siusagca,
Mallnid Ducks, Peaches, Pears, Plum", Grapes, tc &c.
Hone H'lillsh, Hooti uuii Celery, Swiss Cheese, Oicnm Choice, Edam Cheese,
Get man Smoked Sausages, Geimnu Pickles in Keg?, Holluntl Herrings In
Kegs, lvits Salmon Bellies, Kit Mackerel,
Ami ii Complete Line oi Fancy & Sliiple C5iocerieH
AhvnyH on lln.iu.1.
Goods dulhered lo YValklkl, Tuesdays and Fridays.
of tho Town.
of the capital of her native land as
a farewell one. Site was w clcomcd
by enormous crowds at the railway
station on Thursday, Sept. 21th.
She gave three concerts, delighting
the populace after each performance
by singing homo ballads in front of
the hotel. At the last occasion,
when Nilsson arrived, shortly after
nine o'clock, a ciowd of about -10,-000
persons gathered. Madame
sang two songs, and the people be
gan to disperse homewards. The
lii-bt movement of the mass caused a
fiightful crush, and roughs made
the situation wor-e by forcing their
way through the multitude. Moving
like a mighty river, the crowd reach
ed an uneven place, obstructed with
building material, at the foot of a
descent in the street grade. At this
point some of those in advance
stumbled and fell. The crowd
swarmed on, and instantly men,
women and children were piled
one upon another in one great
crushed, bleeding, shrieking and
undistingnishnble mass of huma
nity. Roughs added to the horror
of the scene by demoniacal yells,
as they plundcied people light and
left. A boy, saving himself by
climbing a lamppost, turned out the
light, making the confusion worse.
"When the police finally denied the
way, they found that 18 persons,
mostly women, were killed. A pro
minent citien, separated fuom his
two daughters of 10 and 12 years,
found them anions the mangled
corpses. One women went mad
when she looked for her child in the
row of dead ones. Two hundred
policemen were utteily powerless to
pi event the accident or to control
the ciowd. Madame Nilsson gave
thousands of kroners to suffcreis
and paid burial expenses of the
killed. She also gave a concert for
the benefit of the sufferers.
Cholera has appeared in .Nice,
There were 500 new cases and 203
deaths throughout Spain last day re
ported. The disease is decreasing in Sicily.
THE QUESTION IN A NUTSHELL.
Spain claims the Catolinc Islands
because a Spanish navigator dis
covered one of them in 1G8G and
called it Caiolina. "Suppose he
did," says Bismarck, "Spain didn't
occupy it." "Well," says Spain,
"some Spanish priests attempted to
Chiibtianizc the islands in the early
part of the eighteenth century and
were murdered." "Missionaries
don't count," says Bismarck. "If
Spain had owned tlie islands the
priests would have been protected."
"At any rate," says Spain, "when
Pope Alexander VI. divided the now
woild between Spain and Portugal,
he gave the Carolines to Spain."
"Alexander VI. died befoio the
islands were discovered," retoits
Bismaick. "Besides, tho new world
wasn't his, anyhow. If it was, all
the colonics would have been Span
ish or Portuguese." "Nobody but.
Spain has claimed the islands since
1G8C," says Spain, "it is only ten
years ago," bays Bismnrck, -"that
Spain laid claim to tlie islands, and
both Germany and England wouldn't
allow it." "We got our flag out the
other day over Yap, but wher we haul
ed it down for the night the German
commander rushed in and pretended
to take the place," says Spain.
"Prove that, and Yap is yours!"
says Bismnrck. Detroit Free 1'resi.
Velvety, but with a sling.
Every fox takes care of its tail.
One cannot hide a bradawl in a
A present is cheap, but love is
Trust in God, but mind your
Truth is straight but judges are
Your elbow is near, but you can
not bite it.
Honey is on his tongue and ice
An untried fiiend is liko an un
ci neked nut.
When money speaks the truth
'1 hero is no family without a de
Don't blame the lookiug-ghis if
your face is ugly.
There are twenty-two "UtflVrenl
causes for headache, and you nee
how foolif.li it is to take brandy and
soda when it has twenty-one chnuces
P, O, Bor 8BT
Goods dellveicd to all parts
110 GREAT SHAKES SOCIALLY.
"How do you like your new
neighbors, Mrs. Miggs?"
"Oh, I don't think they amount
to such a great sight."
"They don't have no pie on wash
d ay. ' ' Jh icuyo L cdncr.
VERIFYIKC A PR0YERB.
"Ves," said Col. Short, editor of
the Crosby County Clarion and
Farmer's Vindicator, "I believe in
proverbs. Tlicie is a heap of truth
in some of them air proverbs.
"Out in my town one of the most
prominent citizens, who is woith
moto than $10r000, got into some
trouble about a married woman.
At first 1 thought 1 would give him
a blast, because morality is my
strong card, and everybody expect
ed me to go for him, but T remem
bcied that prove ib about silence
being golden. I called on that rich
man and asked him what he thought
about it, and he paid me $200 in
gold lo keep quiet about the affair."
Texas Sif tings.
,TA "massage tieatnicnt" adver
tiser in a daily paper calls for assist
ants who believe themselves pos
sessed of enough magnetism to do
good by rubbing. We saw an old
"bum" nibbing his back vigorously
against a laiiip-pot the other morn
ing, and it seemed to do him good.
Think he must have had considerable
magnetism, as ho seemed to be
firmly attracted to the iron pot.
Moetiiijy of Stockholders.
rj-Mli; Stockholder of U. Brewer &
JL Co. will plciiM' lake notice that the
regular qunitcily meeting of ihc Com.
jiany will be held at the Company's
ofllce on FRIDAY, the 9lh October, at
10 o'clock a m. .7. O. CARTER,
Sccretaiv C. Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, lb'8-;. 1 10 lw
A Few Cases Only.
Ill 3H. r. VtliuiiK .Ss Co. lm
VERY COMFORTABLE and con-
venicut lioue on Ivinau street, be-
twuen Pciis.icol.1 and Pilkoi sticcls, con
tabling thice Leiboom, pallor, dining
room. Kitchen. pantry.bnlh loom, Miiblcs,
etc. L'irgo g.iidcn. Easy term";. Ap
ply to UHUCi: CARTWIUGHT,
at A. J. Uaitwright'sofilce. . 18." tf
DR. BltlNKERHOFF'S syMem of
Rectal Tiettmenl. A i.ew treat,
meat foi I lemon hold , Fistula mil other
dkcisiM of the rectum, by a piocias
bine, safe and p unless.
DR. McWAYNE, 31 Alakea St.
'.MI 13 LO?7150T
Provincial Fire Insurance Co.,
HiiiiMTlbi'il Capital : : l,000,00O
.1. T. YVATJ3RIIOUSU, .In., Agent.
D. Ii. AHl'HAUT hereby inti.
1111116-1 that lie has tills day with.
drawn fiom the llrm of boyong & Au.
phirt, and thai ho will carry on the busl.
HC54 of an Kinployment Agency, Angle.
Chlnosu Interpreting, Collecting Ac.
counts and oilier Agency Hti&incss at
Ktm Kim Ling Co.M, -1!J Hotel street.
rjMIFi undersigned having been ap
JL pointed Assignees of tho Kslato of
S. .1. r.ovey it Co., Bankrupts, all per.
eons indebted to t-alil firm arc hereby
lcqnested to make immediate payment
10 Alex. .1. U.utwiigut at ins onicc, no.
11 Kniiliumaim sticct.
W. 0. 1RVV1N, j. Assgnces.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1885. I'.fS 2w
SJIVKB-ttSBJ CO HUT of the Ha
wnlian Islands. In the mutter of
the Bankruptcy of HKXRY TURTON.
Deforo Chief Jiihlioe Jurtcl.
Henry Tnrton, doing Imsinc In I.a-
hainu and Honolulu, niniuis oi .nam
and Oahu, having been adjudicated
bankrupt on the petition of II. Hrrkfeld
&Co . It is heioby ordered that all credit
ors of sniil liinkiiipt come in and prove
their phims bofoio me, ut my Chambers,
in Honolulu, on
.Hominy, Oct. 12, 1885,
At ll)oV!o"k a.m.
And it if further ordcied that upon
mi id day tlie (tuIHom pioceed to hold
tho JtLKOTJOX of mi assignee or as!
signi'Ch of Mid bankrupt estate, and that
notice hcicof be published in tho Haw.
aiiiiii lunette. Daily Doi.i.KTiKnml Kuo
lott until mi hi hciring,
D.ili'tl Honolulu, Oct. 1. 1B81.
A. V. JUHU,
Chief .Justice riupit'iue Court.
Deputy Clerk. 180 St
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