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FRIDAY, OCT. 1G, 188o
Bktnc Amelia from Foit Townend
Stmr Jns Mnkeo from Kapaa
Schr Kulamanu from Koholalele
Schr Luka fiom Koliala
Bstno Consuelo for Sau Francisco
Sclir Wnimalu for Laupahoeboe and
VESSELS IN, PORT.
Wh Cape Horn Pigeon, Kelly
Ilk Jupiter," Jones
Bktnc Eureka, Leo
Bktno Amelia, Ncwhall
' For San Francisco, per Consuelo, Oc
tober 1G Mrs Clsukuu, lira M Vang
littiti ami child.
The barkentluc Eureka lias been w itb
drawn from the berth for Hongkong.
She will load for San Francisco.
Stmr .Tas Makec returned this morn
ing from Kapaa with no freight. She
went on the drvdock this forenoon to
ho cleaned. She will all oir Monday
Schr Kulamanu hi ought 1,150 bags of
sugar, and the Kauikcaotili t,17(i bags
Stmr Kllauca Hon Mills on Monday.
The Cousuclo Failed this r. M. for
San Francisco with 1.001 bag of sugar
and 217 bbls of inolaaa. Value, $10,
007.75. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Waimjku stock is 90 to-day.
Dullness broods over the city.
"No tick for opcra-liu tiek-cts.
Funny, is it not?
J. P. Silva, of Kipabuhi and Ka
upo, Maui, has failed.
Company A of
are preparing for
the King's Own
a drill by bugle
KuMEMnmi the adjourned meeting
of the Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society at the Hotel this evening.
A Youuci man was talking of buy
ing a shotgun this morning to shoot
a troublesome peacock at Makiki.
Eximsussman No. 147, U. C. Co.,
yesterday drove half a mile to restore
a parasol left in his carriage to its
Tun nest mail for San Francisco
will be despatched by the Zealandia,
due here on Sunday morning, Octo
Two-mili: race through the Iloosac
Tunnel, with a dance at the other
end, at the Yosemitc rink this
Mr. C. B. Miles, while training a
sprightly horse on Fort street this
morning, took possession of street
The steamer Jas. Makee could
not1 enter at Kapaa for two days on
her last trip on account of the
roughness of the sea.
Geo. B. Kalaaukane died yester
day atthc ago of GU. He was the
oldest native lawyer on the islands,
and somewhat eccentric even for a
Auctioxf.uhs would make good
street preachers. They arc the
only ones that people of divers
tongues can understand without in
terpretation. NiNKTY-riYB members of the
Queen's Own paraded on the street
underCaptain O'Connor last evening,
joining in battalion drill with the
Lyons & Conr.N will hold a special
sale to-morrow at 10 o'clock, of S. J.
Levey & Co.'s stock of groceries,
under foreclosure of mortgago by
Messrs. Bishop & Co.
Tin: box plan for season tickets
for the Farini opera closes on Mon
day evening next. Sale of single
tickets begins on Tuesday morning,
at Mr. Wiseman's ofllce.
On Thursday evening next there
will be n grand concert, in aid of the
building fund of Kaumakapili
Church, under the patronage of the
King and Princess Liliuokalani.
Mn. W. Mooni:, express driver,
says that while ho was driving along
Ucretania street yesterday afternoon
with a lady and child in his carriage,
the Chinese express number 25 came
dashing up the road at a fuiious
rate. The Chinaman's horse had
tho bit between his teeth and was
unmanageable. Ho passed so close
to Mr. Moore's carriage that it was
next to a miraculous escape.
Fiiiimy, Oct. ICtll.
Ah Ho, for assault and battery,
wns fined, with costSj $7.80.
John Kmilinnui was sentenced to
imprisonment ut hard labor one
month, for assault and battery.
' Three cases of drunkenness left
buil deposits of six dollars in two
cases and eight iu the third.
Jfits. 11. Lovi5 has ti Cottage to
let on Fort Street, above Kukui.
1.. Am.r.n begs to inform the pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
i ... I. t
Tttr. Central Park Skating Kink
will lie open ovcry afternoon and
evening, on Wednesday and Satur
day afternoons for ladies and child
ren. Good piano music. The
Roller Coaster will also be open on
Saturday night, with music by the
band. 148 Ct
A. T. Baker, the well-known
horse trainer, died at his house,
Palama, about noon to-day. lie
had been ill for some clays past, and
Dr. McKibbiu was attending him.
This morning the doctor called be
tween nine and ten o'clock, and left
the patient apparently improving.
At twelve o'clock the lady of the
next house was hurriedly called,
and, finding the sick man seemingly
in the final throes, quickly went
home and telephoned for the physi
cian to return. The man, however,
was dead in a few minutes, and the
doctor, arriving after the event, pro
nounced the cause of death to have
been heart disease.
Y. M. C. A.
monthly meeting of the Y.
A. was held last eTeninc, the
President, Mr. J. B. Atherton, in
the chair. Reports from committees
occupied the greater part of the
hour. The reading room committee
reported an attendance of 871 in
tho reading room for four weeks
ending on Saturday last. 310 papers
and G4 magazines were given away
in the same time. On motion of
Dr. Hyde, seconded by Hon. A. F.
Judd, the Library Committee were
authorized to order three German
periodicals, and also a Portuguese
paper if a suitable one can be ob
tained. A vote of thanks was
passed to tho Entertainment Com
mittee and to the ladies and gentle
men who had assisted in tho recep
tion and enteitainment to tho officers
and crew of the Satellite, on Friday
evening last. The committee ap
pointed at last meeting to consider
the advisability of affiliating with
the California State Association,
reported that they did not deem it
advisable to carry out tho proposed
affiliation. The report was adopted.
In response to a question by Hon.
A. F. Judd, 'enquiring what were
the views of the meeting with re
ference to tho drinking habits of the
white population, whether there has
been .a loss or a gain in the temper
ance element, several members ex
pressed their opinion that the tem
perance sentiment is steadily ad
vancing, and the apparent increase
in the number of cases of drunken
ness is due to the enlarged facilities
afforded by the government for
debauching the population. As
evidence of the progress of temper
ance views the president referred to
the fact that at the recent lunch
given by the city members of tho
Planters' Labor & Supply Company
to their colleagues at the Hawaiian
Hotel, no intoxicating drinks were
offered or asked for, Mr. Johnson
gave it as the result of his observa
tions that intemperance is on the
decrease, and that he knew several
instances of men formerly hard
drinkers who have renounced the
habit entirely. The lectures of Mrs.
Leavitt were referred to as having
been productive of much good in
creating and strengthening a healthy
tone of public opinion on this sub
ject. Rev. Mr. Wallace called at
tention to the necessity for action in
the line of work engaging the White
Cross Society and the Church of
England Purity Society, saying tho
exposures of gross licentiousness
lately made in England were effected
through the operations of these so
cieties. On motion it was resolved
to authorize the Reading Room Com
mittco to procure as many of tho
White Cross Society series as they
think necessary to supply members
with a sufficient number for distri
bution among their friends and ac
quaintances. The collection taken amounted to
The treasurer, Mr.
read his report for
ending October 15lh :
nncnii'TH Bal. as per last Report. .
Threw Monthly Collections 28 35
.Mr. A. Brown's J.ecturc, net. ... ;i vo
Gross Receipts, Jhree Lecturer,
Contribution box 2 75
Major'Dane 302 00
Total , $1,212 19
Telcphono .....$ 0 00
.1. W. Yarudlcy, music -10 00
Castle & Cooke, bill Juno SO. . . . 18 25
X. IMJurgcss 118 00
Paclllc Hai dwaro Co 7 50
Thos. G. Thrum 33 75
0. 13. Williams, hire for chain.. 8 00
Major II. O. Dauo ,.. 150 00
Printing Bills Entertainment
Committee 14 00
Sundries for 8. 1. Fuller KJ OS
Gonsalvus, janitor salary........ 350 00
S. D. Fuller, for passage 125 00
S. D. Fuller, on acct. salary..... 475 00
Ico bills to Sept. SO 23 CO
Dally Bulletin ftm 1 so
Stamps and washing towels 1 00
Daily Bulletin, pi luting 3 25
Total 1, iu 00
The total receipts for the past six
months were 81,712.44 j expendi
tures, SI, 584. 25; leaving a balance
on hand of $128.19. The roports
passed as read. Meeting adjourned.
SUPREME COURT OCTOBER TERM.
Thursday, Oct. 15th.
Before Chief Justice Judd, Jus
tices McCully and Picston. John
M. Horner vs. Claus Spreckels, ap
peal on demurrer. Ordered Hint tho
demurrer be sustained, with leave to
plaintiff to amend, defendant con
senting. See Hop & Co. vs. S. F. Chilling
worth, exceptions. Continued for
the term by consent. A. C. Smith
for plaintiff, Attorney-General for
Kauhikoa vs. Hiknalani Hobion
et al., question reserved. Argued
and submitted. A. Rosa for plaintiff,
C. Brown and R. F. Bickerton for
Mary K. Stillman vs. Theo. H.
Davics, equity appeal. Argued and
submitted. F. M. Hatch for plain
tiff, Kinney and Peterson for de
fendant. J. B. Atherton vs. Charles II.
Ticmann, appeal from Intermediary
Court. Defendant moves to dismiss
the appeal. The Court takes the
motion under advisement.
V. V. Ashford vs. Louis Titcomb
ct al., question reserved. Argued
and submitted. Ashford and Ash
ford for plaintiff, Kinney and Peter
son for defendants.
Kamehana (w.) vs. II. F. Glade,
question reserved. Argued and sub
mitted. Kinney and Peterson for
plaintiff, Paul Neumann for de
Before Justice McCully. Estate
of John Alohana Davis, in probate.
Ordered that the will be admitted to
probate, and that letters testamen
tary be issued to Mrs. K. O. Davis,
under a S200 bond.
Fiudav, Oct. ltith.
Helam (w.) et al., vs. B. Tenorio
et al., ejectment. J. M. Poepoe for
plaintiffs, Kinney & Peterson for
defendants. Still on at recess.
A. Fernandez vs. People's Ice Co.
damage. F. M. Hatch for plaintiff,
W. A. Whiting for defendant. This
case was expected to be tried this
INTERNATIONAL TELEGRAPH SCHEME.
The scheme proposed by Sir'
James Anderson during the recent
international telegraph conference,
at Berlin, to Dr. Stephen German,
minister of posts and telegraphs for
the acquisition of all tho submarine
cables of the world, by an inter
national government syndicate, has
developed the fact that all the cables
are owned by 20 companies. The
aggregate capital of these companies
is 34,159,089 pounds, Sir James's
idea is that if the governments com
bined and purchased these cables
the international syndicate could
make a tariff common to all nations,
each to receive its proper proportion
of the net revenues, the tariff to be
adjusted with a view to fetching a
moderate interest upon the capital
used to purchase. Tho scheme in
volved tho continued working of the
cables by the present companies,
through managing boards, under tho
international syndicate's supervision,
if deemed advisable. The London
Economist pronounces the scheme
impracticable for tho reason that it
would be found impossible to deter
mine upon any purchase pneo that
would satisfy cither the present
owners of the cables or proposing a
national purchaser. Dr. Stephen,
however, is in favor of the project.
FRUIT AS A MEDICINE.
In writing to us, a subscriber says
that she has frequently observed the
recommendation of fruit as n medi
cine in these columns, and she
wishes to know if any ono fruit has
a superior excellence to all others in
this respect. Wo are not capable of
answering this. In speaking of this
matter, a health authority says that
of all fruit 'with which wo arc
blessed, the peach is tho most deli
cious and digestible, There is noth
ing more palatable, wholesome and
medicinal than good, ripe peaches.
It is n mistaken idea that no fruit
should bo eaten at breakfast. It
would bo far better if people would
eat less bacon and grease at break
fast, ami more fruit. In tho morn
ing there is an acrid state of secre
tions, and nothing is so well calcu
lated to correct this as cooling, sub
acid fruits, such as peaches, apples,
etc. Tho apple is ono of tho best of
fruits. Baked or stewed apples will
generally agree with the most deli
cate stomach, and are an excellent
medicine In many cases. Green or
half-ripe apple stowed and sweetened
are pleasant to tho taste, cooling,
nourishing, laxative, far superior in
many cases to the abominable doses
of salts and oil usually given in f over
and other diseases. Raw apples and
dried apples stowed are better for
constipation than some pills. Oranges
are very acceptoblo to most sto
machs, having all the advantages of
tho acid alluded to ; but the orange
juice nlono should be taken, reject
ing the pulp. The same may be
said of lemons, pomegranates and
all that class. Lemonade is tho best
drink in fevers, and when thickened
with sugar it is better than syrup of
squills and other nauseants, in many
cases of cough. Tomatoes act on
tho liver and bowels, and nro much
more pleasant and safe than blue
mass. The juice should be used
alone, rejecting the skins. The
small seeded fruit, such as black
berries, figs, raspberries, currants
and strawberries, may be classed
among the best foods and medi
cines. The sugar in them is nutri
tious, the acid is cooling and puri
fying, and the seeds arc laxative.
Wo would be much the gainers if
we would look more to our orchards
and gardens for our medicines, and
less to the drug stoics. To cure
fever or act on the kidneys, no
febrifuge or diuretic is superior to
watermelon, which may, with very
few exceptions, be taken in sickness
and health in almost unlimited quan
tities with positive benefit. But in
using them, juice should be taken,
excluding tho pulp, and then the
melon should be fresh and ripe.
Tho New York Herald predicts
that tho day is not ten years away
when the last of tho telephones will
have to go. Business men iu the
East arc throwing them out.
Cotton is still king. To this
staple, gold-producingproduce, more
than to any other, does America
owe her commercial .independence
of the world. Xow that the South
is beginning to diversify her indus
tries, including the manufacture of
cottou, almost iu one corner of the
field in which it grows, her hide
pendence is strengthened. A Balti
more contemporary, the Sun, is
struck with tho noteworthy fact that
the Southern States are at present
buying cheap grain and selling cot
ton at good prices. Says the Sun:
"With the exception of sugar, the
low prices now prevailing have not
affected Southern products disas
trously. Raw cotton has the whole
world for a market. Cotton goods
made in the South find ready sale in
the West and Southwest, and South
ern pig iron is being sold iu Pitts
burg and Boston. It is not a little
remarkable that the crops, manufac
turing interests and railroads of the
South arc comparatively unaffected
by the depression so acutely felt in
other sections of the Union."
Memphis Cotton Belt.
iron sjvxh: :
A DESIBABLB BUSINESS !
The well-known Restaurant,
THE SARATOGA HOUSE,
One of the Best Locations in tho City
and commanding an inn-casing patron,
age, is nnw offered for sale at a low
llguro and on very reasonable terms to
an acceptable party.
Tho Proprietor desire, to sell (-imply
on account of a change of business.
An Investigation of pcitons having
capital is desired. Apply to
151 3t Hotel Street.
Sullies from Europe.
MI3SSRS. GRINDLAY & CO. Like
this opportunity of tendering their
services to residents abroad for tho Rup
ply of all Articles of General Consump
tion obtainable In this country. Sub
joined Is a List of Articles they arc pre
pared to ship, of which all arc manufac
tured by, or procured from, the first
Hardware and Ironmongery.
Carriages, Dog Carts, etc. '
Saddlery and llorso Clothing.
Rifles, Guns, Pistols and Ammunition.
Oils, Paints and Varnish,
Dinner, Dessert and Bieakfast rr.
Plated Wares of Birmingham and
Personal Clothing, Hosiery, Gloves,
Shirts, Boots, etc.
Table and Household Linen.
Perfumery, Brushes and Soaps.
Ulliuan's stores, Lumps.
Cricketing Goods and other urtlclcs
Wines, Spirits and Beer.
Watches. Clocks and JoweHeiy.
Books, Periodicals and Nowspapers.
Prints and Picture Frames.
Billiard and Bagatello Tables.
Optical, Mathematical and l'hlloso.
Orders for Musical and Philosophical
instruments, and all articles connected
with the Aits and Sciences, rc.piiro
great personal euro and judgment, and
should be accompanied by as detailed
instructions as possible, or by patterns
and drawings and measurements, If
Tkiisis A. Remittance or Order for
Payment must accompany the Order.
GRINDLAY it CO.,
Fast India and Colonlnl Agents.
C5 P.irllnment St., Lonodon, S.W. Wi tf
IShciuby given that fiom and after
this date Mcsiis. C. Hollo and Geo.
H. Robert on uro the only persons an
thonzed to collect miv inoiu'vs. ient,
etc., for inc. MARIA A. HO YD.
Honolulu, Oct. 1 1, ISijJ. 1D2 Ct
TXT1LL ho given to any ono who will
V i return al my residence at Koula,
near tho Catholic Ccmctcjr, Honolulu,
my small black Dog, which was lost un
Thin Mlay this neck. His two ens weic
cut slioil and u 'collar around tho nctk
with lock. A. S. SIMCRSON.
Koula, Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1SS3. 152 2t
SILYA. of Klpahuhi and Kauuo.
Maul, has this day made an no.
sigument of all his properly for the
benefit ol his ci editors to S. SCL1G ami
O. BOLTE. All mniiejs due .1. P. Silva
must bo paid Immediately, and all
claims ngiiust Silva must be presented
piomptly to C. BOLTE, ) .,
S. SELIG. 'fAsslgnco.
Honolulu, Oct. 13, JSS5.
ANEW U-ioomud Collage Willi a large
yaid on the Asylum loud. Rent
$10 per month.
.1. O. EDWARDS
Roytil Hawaiian Agricul
rjMlE Adjourned Annual Meeting will
X ho held at the Hawaiian Hotel ou
FRIDAY, lOtli lust., at 7:30 p.m.
101 21 .1. S. "WE 151). fcocrctary.
C10MFORTABLE Cottage, No. 203
' Fort Street ; $20 a month ; suitable
for 2 gentlemen. Applv to
Ml 3w E. P. ADAMS.
HEALTHY native men wanted to
ship on a Ranch on Hawaii at
once. Good wages will be offered. All
arrangements far shipping and advances
will be regulated at my olllce. Applv
to JOS. E. W1SKMAX, '
General Business Agent.
Campbell's Block. 13 lw
FOR SALE CHEAP.
res One Light Top Family
ivagou ami l Top uubi.
ncss Wagon. Apply to
Contractor and Builder, 100 King street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice 4 room cottage, within
icasy icacii oi jicnoiinu, situ
ate at Kapnlamu. Terms 20
per month. Apply to
MRS. MARIA KING,
on the Grounds, or to A. J Cartwrlght,
at his olllce. -10 tf
Toyw jiikI Other- i I
offered for Sale, to arrive
C. It. BWiop, by
102 II. Xlsielci'eia & Co. lw
Per Steamer, ia Panama,
A Full Assortment of Superior
Provisions & Groceries.
For Sale at
E. A. Suhacfcr & Co.'s.
MS ! LIME !
Jfrilronizc Momc 32:iiiuinl.ure
The Hawaiian Stone Comp'y
Are now prepaid! to furnish ficsh Lime
iu quantities to suit purchasers, and
satisfaction win ranted as to both the
kind mill the price.
' ALLEN & ROBINSON,
0.1 ly Agents.
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
'J28 and 2I!0 Fort Street,
Honolulu, .- - - Hawaiian U.
W. II. PA'-H Proprietor.
Till'. I'AST SAIMKII
will run icjjularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Pacific Naviuatioh Co.,
Ice Cream Parlors !
rs'o. HtS IIotolBJStroot.
Delicious llavorid L-u Cream niado
from pine Hairy Cream. Fruit Ices,
Sherbets, Ico Cream Drinks and many
other refreshments can bo found always
ul this really llntclius resoit. Choice
Confectionery and Cakes in great
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For thu convenience of the public we
puck ouleis for Ico Cream In Patent
Refrigerator Cans, which hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, warranted to keep Its delight,
ful tlavor mill pirfect form for many
B6y Tho Ellto loo Creamj Purlors aro
open dally until 11 ir. 88 ly
jwol aTIio premises at No. 42 Mer
ASV&tSarhnnt street, near tho corner of
jJgSSsSHSEort street, centrally located
iu the business part of tho clt3'. Suita.
bio for a LAW OFFICE, or any other
kind of business. Rent low. Enquire
of DR. STANGENWALD.
A PORTUGUESE, knowing all tho
dlflcicnl treatment of grapevines,
trimming, cultivating and curing the
disoidcrs of tho plant, oilers his services
to anv one who may want him. He has
to sell some different kinds of vino.
Applv to M. A. GON9ALVES & Co.,
151, W&S, lm Queen Street.
A GARDENER wants a situation in
some privato family. Single, aged
31 years, and understands gaidcning
in all its branches. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
148, of), &3. General Business Agent.
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for sale immediately aftor publica
tion, at tho following plaoes:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S. Merchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant Si.;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWAHDS. corner
"King and Nuuanu Sis.:
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS. Hotel St.
MELLER & HALBE'S
Ice Cream Parlor
Lincoln's Block:, King st,
A Fine Assortment ot
Candies & Cakes
AhvayN on 1-Iumi.
This elegant Rink hub been painted
and overhauled generally. The pr.ipi i.
etor, finding, after long usago, wood
unserviceable for Roller Skating, has
after great expense, laid a ,
Patent' Composition Floor,
And only asks atrial to convince any
one of its great advantages over wood,
for ease In skating, clcanlincs, etc.
1ST Open every evening iu the week
from 7 to DJT. and Wednesday and Sa.
turday afternoons for Indies and chil
drcn. D. P. SMITH.
Chas, Brewer & Co's
1IOSTOK LINK OK 1'ACKI.TS.
A llrat-class vessel will bo laid on In this
lino to sail iu all tho month of Novem
ber next, if suflicienl Inducement offers.
For freight apply to
CHAS. BREWER & CO.,
No. 27 Kllby street,
Or to Boston, Muss.
0. BREWER & CO.,
Honolulu, Sept. 22, lb85. 131 8w
ajjHpjPJBsss?' - wi '--
Co-Partnorsliip Notice. ,'
rpiJE undersigned have this day en.
X tcred into co-partnership under the
firm namo of RHOADS & MACKENZIE,
for the purpose of carrying on business
as Carpenters and Builders, and solicit
a share of tho public patronage.
w, t. rhoads,
Honolulu, Oct. 7, 1B85. 14-1 w