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SATURDAY, OCT. 17, 1S85.
Stmr Llkellko fiom Knliitliii
Stinr Mokolll fiom Molokal
Stmr .fas 1 Dow sett from Molokal
SchrMaiiuokcwal fiom Koolnii
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr J,lkcltko for lvahiilul
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Stmr Jas 1 Dowctt for Molokal
Stmr Kllauoa Hon for Wludwnid 1'niU
Stmr .fas Makee for Kapaa
Sehr T.tika for Koholalelc
Sehr ICaulkeaoull for Ivoliala
Schr Manuokawal for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Wli Capo Horn Pigeon. Kelly
Hk Jupiter, Jones
llktuu Eureka, I.ou
Uktne Amelia, New hall
From ICaliultil ami by ports, per I.l
kcllke, October l"th .1 Null, A Kiuia
and wife, XV F Allen. T XV Everett. O P
Wilder, Oth Wilder. A llnriics. M M
Taylor, A Baiba, II M Alexander, 0 W
Norton, Mrs 15 J Wright and child. XV
V Mossuian, O C Williams, Mrs M E
Sharratt, Mrs A Ti Thurston. lira Lam
bert, Ilro Ucrtraui, Sister Keiiala, .1 M
Monsarrat, P Mondt. C liro.id, h G
McMillan, fi Chinese and 81 deck.
Prom Poit Townscnd, per Amelia.
October 10th Mrs G West, MlssNouell.
The baikcntlno Amelia, Captain New
hall, nriircd last evening, 33 days fiom
Port Townscnd with :17,000 feet of
rough lumber and 1-11,000 feet of sur
faced lumber to Messr". Allen & Robin
son. Stmr Jas I Dowsett brought 130 bags
of sugar, 100 sheep and 15 head of cat
tle. Stcamei.s Klnau, Planter and lwnlanl
arc due to-monow.
The steamer Jas Makee will piobably
Mill on Monday.
October ICth, 1885, to the wife of lecv.
XV. C. Merritt, a son.
LOCAL & DEKERAL NEWS.
Mn. Levey's cash sale continued
into this afternoon, was attended by
a large crowd and the bidding was
The attendance of the
jury will be required at the Supreme
Court on Monday morning at 10
To-mokuow is a day of special
prayer for Sunday Schools, in evan
gelical churches, by order of the
London Sunday School Union.
Mn. Thomas N. Birch, a native
who once represented Wailuku in
the Legislature, died a leper at the
Kakaako branch hospital yesterday.
A pleasant social was held by the
Fort street Church Society of Chris
tian Endeavor, at Capt. Fuller's
bouse on Kukui street last evening.
Mn. It. W. Janion has resigned
the Hawaiian consulship at Liver
pool, England, and his cousin, Mr.
Ilarold Janion, has been appointed
in his stead.
At noon on Monday Messrs. E.
P. Adams & Co. will sell at their
salesrooms the valuable property of
Mrs. Moriaity on Bcretania- street,
Cai't. Brownell, of the steamer
Jas. I. Dowsett, reports very rough
weather on the east end of Molokai.
The vessel was unable to make a
landing on the day of her arrival
One of the boats of the steamer
Mokolii was capsized with a little
freight in at Ilalnwa on Thursday
last. The sea was very rough, the
freight was lost but the boat was not
Mr.ssns. Lyons & Cohen held a
very successful auction sale at their
salesroom to-day, clearingoutallthe
stock of S. J. Levey & Co. One
horse was sold for $105 and another
for Sj5, and a safe brought 205.
A gang of prisoners were at work
on the Esplanade this morning un
earthing one of the "long nine"
guns. The piece may be used in
the coming elections as a hitching
post for horses employed in bring
ing in voters.
Mit. A. J. Cartwright recently
sent a collector round town for sub
scriptions to obtain new books for
the Honolulu Library. The result
is that $120 worth of new books
have been bought at Messrs. J. M.
Oat it Co.'s and paid for. They
comprise a line selection, and were
to-day placed on the Library table.
Eight companies will participate
in battalion drill on King street, op
posite the Government builJing,
Monday oveningat 7.30, The Queen's
Own will not participate, but will
have an exhibition drill before His
Majesty on Tuesday evening, and
join the other corps in battalion drill
next Friday evening.
A noon deal of building is going
on below the Station House on the
water sido of King street. Several
lots have been cleared of dilapidated
rookeries, and the frames of somo
pretty Inrgo wooden buildings aro
erecting. Comparatively, China
town would seem to bo prospering
more than any other part of Hono
lulu. A rucui.uu ailment is somewhat
prevalent in town. Its manifesta
tions aro coughing, loss of appetite
and bilious disturbance. A few
weeks ago a gentleman connected
with the sanitary service expressed
an anticipation of a good deal of
sickness at this season, as a icsult
of the unusual amount of rain dur
ing the summer months.
Mn. Uusiiee, book-keeper for Mr.
John Nott, has two Greek coins of
silver, a little less in circumference
than the Hawaiian dollar. Ho took
them in at different times within the
past week, in each case from a
Portuguese. As the general designs
on the coin arc very similar to those
on the Kalakaua dollar, people will
require to be on their guard against
this money in receiving silver. The
coins arc stamped 1870.
Lately the driver for an estab
lished meat market started a shop
of his own, but, for reasons that
may be guessed further on, retained
his position with the market. Somo
of the regular customers of the
latter were annoyed at their orders
not being filled, and made arrange
ments for procuring their meat else
where. Yesterday an agent of the
market was going round making in
vestigations, the proprietor's sus
picion having been aroused by the
cessation of orders from old cus
tomers. It appears the driver had
wilfully retained the meat that
should have gone to his employer's
customers, as part of a scheme to
secure the patronage for his own
Mks. It. Love has a Cottage
let on Fort Street, above Kukui.
Suoaii has gone up, but our prices
have not. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 153 3t
L. Adlek begs to inform the pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
The Central Park Skating Rink
will be open every 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 Gt
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at 4 :30. The
following is the programme:
Orerttue Italian in Algicr Rossini
Gavotte Conti, (new) Vasseur
Selection Ernani Verdi
Waltz Alexandra, (new) Gang!
Mazurka In May, (new) Pahrbaeh
!n. Spring, (ucw)....
Col. John Russell, barrister, died
between nine and ten o'clock this
morning, at the house of Mrs. Long,
Pauoa Vallej'. He was a native of
the North of Ireland, but came hero
from the United States. His title
of "Colonel" was acquired on the
staff of the Gorernor of New Jersey.
Mr. Russell practised law for a time
in Philadelphia, where a brother now
lircs. lie came here in delicate
health over five years ago, and, al
though practising before our courts,
was nover other than an invalid. It
is about three months since he was
compelled to leave his office for his
bed. The consumption that aillicted
him so long took its fatal turn to
dropsy. His age was about 45 years.
The deceased was of a retiring habit
socially, but nevertheless made many
friends in Honolulu. The funeral
will take plac from St. Andrew's
Cathedral at 2 o'clock to-morrow.
From tho revelations of the Taiso
Ilawaiiano as they appear in the
different numbers, it is shown that
the Portuguese colony in these
islands are animated with a good
deal more public spirit than is gen
erally known. The Taiso lias al
ready showed that the Portuguese
have a special society of "mutual
help," that they have started of late
a co-operativo society of "produce
and consumption," and a brass
band, that they aro thinking of or
ganizing a fire and a military com
pany; in this week's issuo there is
an article on tho Portuguese rowing
association, which intends, it ap
pears, to show out at tho next re
gatta for II. M.'s birthday. It is
refreshing to sec so much life in
this new element of our population,
and it is n promising fact for the
future, as shortly a good many
Portuguese now on the other islands
will have finished their time of con
tracts and will turn out to work for
themselves and take more part in
public life. Tho last issuo of the
Jjiiio is replete with information
well selected for its class of readers.
Wo noticed especially an offer mado
by Mr. Lycun, offering homestead
lots for lease to honest and hard
working families, on very tempting
terms, Mr.. Lyain promising to
build houses and fences at his own
expense, besides giving each tenant
500 grape Jvincs to help them to
start into that culture.
Mr. John Dowsett "has just re
turned from a roughing expedition
to Maui. He tells of the fine shoot
ing, of innumerable cattle, goats,
sheep, turkeys, quail ducks and
plover and how lie and part' ascend
ed on horseback to tho regions of
cool atmosphere. They took a tent,
a pair of blankets, some pepper and
salt, and depended on their firearms
for food. Mr. Dowsett says, "It
was cold, I tell you." He had only
a light shirt and a thin pair of pants
on, and it was cold, "1 tell you."
He had to hug the fire and perform
other ceremonies to keep warm.
Even the horses shivered. Water
was scarce on the way ; sometimes
the horses would not have any for
two or three days, but Dowsett says
the animals didn't want to drink, it
was too cold.
Tho returned hunter enraptured
the boys at Nolte's this noon with a
vivid description of tramping for
da3's through sand knee deep, the
horses jumping from palis and walk
ing on the clouds, and of the grand
feast on black berries at Olinda.
How they came to a jungle winch
was full of cattle. You could hear
them walk, says Dowsett, but you
couldn't see them. Another time,
from an elevated position, they saw
several head of cattle in a valley
around a small pond. The hunters
fired didn't hit them, "you know,"
but they did scamper off, "I tell
Dowsett says he had a glorious
time. Two solid weeks of good fun,
you-bet-your-life. A man named J.
Wilson, who makes his living by
shooting cattle for three dollars a
head, is said to be a crack shot and
is fast wiping out all the game on
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY MEETING.
The adjourned annual meeting of
the lloyal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society was held last evening at the
Hawaiian Hotel, the Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn in the chair. The secre
tary read a letter from Hon. A. F.
Judd saying that he could not con
sent to re-election as vice-president.
The Hon. A. S. Cleghorn was nomi
nated for vice-president. No other
nomination being made, and the
rules of the Society requiring elec
tion of officer by ballot, a unanimous
vote was passed requesting the secre
tary to cost a ballot nem edit for
Mr. Cleghorn, who was accordingly
declared elected. The remaining
oillcers of the Society were elected as
follows: S. M. Damon, Treasurer;
Justice McCully, Dr. R. McKibbin,
B. F. Dillingham, W. M. Giffard,
Chas. Lucas, A. Jaeger, Committee
men ; J. S. Webb, Secretary. The
re-election of Mr. Webb as Secre
tary was coupled with a vote of
thanks for his past services. A vote
of thanks was also passed to the
Hon. A. F. Judd, Past Vice-President;
and Mr. A. Jaeger, Past,
Treasurer; for the diligent and effi
cient manner in which the duties of
their respective offices weic per
formed. Mr. Jaeger remarked that the
trees, plants and flowers cultivated
at the Government nursery are cul
tivated for the use of any persons
who may apply for them, and that
he had frequently offered through
the public prints to give them away,
but there did not seem to be sufll
cicnt interest taken in their cultiva
tion to induce persons to come or
take them away. A short time ago,
he had some thousands of palms to
civc away, and communicated the
information to a newspaper reporter,
but the applications were exceed
Justice McCully observed that the
great objection which had been
taken against the executive's doings
was that the exhibition had been
held at tho Kapiolani Park, instead
of on a nearer site. The members,
however, had exhausted every pos
sible resource to obtain a suitable
location for the show, and averse
though they were to going out of
town, they went there because they
could not help themselves.
Justice Hickcrton warmly com
mended tho diligence and enthu
siasm with which Mr. Jaeger had
performed his duties in the cure and
development of tho Government
Mr. G. C. Kenyon's name was
added, on payment of tho regulation
fee, to the roll of membership.
There being no further business
the meeting adjourned.
SUPREME COURT-OCTOBER TERM.
FltlUAY, Oct. IGtll.
Before McCully, J, Mr. Jona.
Austin on behalf of 2 Japanese
laborers at Hana, Island of Maui,
appeared before His Honor and filed
petitions praying for writs of habeas
corpus commanding the Marshal of
the Kingdom to produce into Court'
Minncsima Kanschiche and Iwuse
Kamekichi who nro held by tho said
Marshal under writs of Imprison-
mont issued by the District Justice
of Hana, Maui, for deserting bond
service. Upon reading tho petitions
of these laborers alleging that they
arc unjustly imprisoned and re
strained of their liberty, the Court
ordered writs of habeas corpus to
issue, returnable boforo him to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
Saturday, Oct. 17th.
The Marshal this morning appear
ed and produced before His Hon6r
the above named petitioners. Jona.
Austin as counsel was present and
Mr. Nakayama as interpreter. By
consent of the parties the matter was
postponed for hearing until next,
Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
Satihiday, Oct. 17th.
A case of adultery against a pro
minent Government official was re
manded by consent until 21st inst.
Mr. Thurston assisted prosecution ;
Mr. Hatch for defendant.
II. Brown pleaded guilty to drunk
enness and was fined S5 and costs.
Manuel S. Perry was fined SO and
costs for assault and battery.
Three Chinamen, on remands
dating back to Sept. 23rd, had the
charge of common nuisance against
Win. Jackson, for larceny of al
cohol and other goods from Dr. Mc
Kibbin, was given six months on the
reef and fined $10 with $3 costs.
Kahookiakia was fined $5 with
$3.40 costs for assault and battery
on Ah Hee. This Chinaman was
going for rcgctablcs for his mistress,
and passed by a pool where a grand
daughter of defendant was bathing.
Ah Hee was rude enough to stand
and watch her, continuing to do so
in spite of her remonstrances.
Grandpa came out and cuffed the
Chinaman, lore his clothes and
knocked him down, thus taking the
law into his own hands
Y. M. C. A. Bible class for
young men at 9. 43 a. jr. Gospel
praise service at C.30 p.m.
R. C. Catiieuisal. High mass at
10 a.m. Vespers at -1.30 iM.
St. Aximnw's Catiiedkai.. Sun
day School at 10 a.m.. St. Luke's
day. Preaching by Bishop Willis
at 11 a.m., and Rev. Geo. Wallace
at 7.30 p.m.
Fout Stiieet Ciiuucii. Sunday
School at 10 a.m. Preaching by the
pastor, Rev. J. A. Cruzan, at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m. livening sub
ject: "A Historical Bonlire; or
Tainted Mental Food," a sermon
for young people and their parents.
Bethel Union' Cnuitcir. Sunday
School at 9. 15 a.m. Preaching by
the Rev. E. C. Oggel, pastor, at 11
a.m. "I believe in Jesus Christ His
only Son our Lord," the second
sermon on the "Apostles' Creed;"'
and at 7.30 r.sr. "In the shadow of
a rock." All are cordially welcome.
"Circumstances alter cases," said
an unsuccessful lawyer, "and I
wish I could get hold of some case3
that would alter my circumstances."
"I understand vou are a cradu?
ate ot Vassar, Miss Lucy. Did j'ou
ever study English literature to any
extent?" "Oh, mere', yes, we hud
Hogg for breakfast, Bacon for din
ner, Lamb for tea and Lover in the
evening." Elgin every Saturday.
Mr. Thimblefull, after making an
exhaustive search all over the front
door of his residence witli the key
of his olflco safe, sinks down in des
pair. "Well," lie says, ' 'tis no
kind of use. On'y way I c'n see to
remedy tho marrcr, is for t'make th'
keyhole bigger 'n ta door. Hie!"
Another great irrigation enterprise
is now under way in San Bernardino
county, Cal. It is the Gage canal,
to water the plains above and east
of Riverside. The canal will carry
only 1,500 inches of water, but it is
to be flumed across the Santa Ana
River, and there arc three tunnels,
one of which is 1,010 feet in length.
It will cost 8180,000 to complete the
San Diego's honey crop for this
year is estimated at 2,177,.r)00
pounds of solid sweetness. This is
about one-thirtieth of all tho honey
produced in the United States.
Agents for Eastern firms arc about
St. Helena buying table grapes, and
they offer as high as S 10 a ton for
Tokays, Muscats and Malvoises.
Tho best way to clean wire win
dow screens is: First, brush well
with a straw brush; then varnish
each side witli a mixure of two parts
spirits turpentine and one part good
furniture varnish. This mixture
will not (111 up the meshes, and will
make the wires look like now.
9 HEALTHY natlvo men wanted to
JjO ship on a Hunch on Hawaii at
once. Good wages will ho offered. All
arrangements for shipping and advances
will bo regulated at my olllcu. Apply
to JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Campbell's Block. 10 lw
A hereby given that from and after
this date Meesi. C, Ilolto nml Geo.
H. Robert-oil nro the only persons nu.
thomed to colled nnv moiiPV. rents,
etc., for me. MAK1A A. UOYD
Honolulu, Oct. 14, 1S85. 152 W,
$10 HE WARD.
WLL bo given to any one who will
return at my residence at Koula,
near the Catholic Oemctcty, Honolulu,
my small black Dog, which was lost on
Thursday this week. His two cars were
cut Bhott nml a collar around tho neck
with lock. A. S. SIMERSON.
Kotila, Honolulu, Oct. 10, 18iJ5. 152 2t
J P. SILVA, of Klpahulu and Knupo,
Maui, has this day tnndo an as
signment of all his piopertv for the
benefit of his oi editors to S. SELIG and
C. HOLTE. All moneys due J. P. SI Ira
must bo paid immediately, and all
claims against Silra must bo presented
promptly to u. HO jyrji, . .
Honolulu, Oct. lU, lSS,).
ANEW 3-roomcd Uoltnge with a large
yard on ha Asylum road. Rent
$10 per month.
.1. O. EDWARD13.
C10MFOUTABLE Cottage, No. SOU
' Port Sticet; $20 a month; suitable
lor 2 gentlemen.
The undersigned having
tiiken charge ot Baggage
s Express No. 84, for the
purpose ol carrying on the Express and
Dray businesshopes by paying strict
attention to business to receive a share
of public patiouage.
J2T" Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. 1!. HUKGERSON.
Residence, comer Punchbowl and Ile
rct.uiia Streets. Mutual Telephone U2C.
West, Dow & Co., Telephone 170.
and Lock Smith,
Bethel St., next to Post-OUlcc.
Sewing Machines of all kinds repaired.
All kind3 of Light Machinery repaired
on Short Notice-
N B. Good Workmanship and Charges
124 Strictly Moderate. ly
Toys timl Oilier
Arc oll'ered foi Sale, to arrive per
O. R. Bishop, hy
102 XI. Ilstelcrelcl &; Co. lw
Per Steamer, via Panama,
A Full Assortment of Superior
Provisions & Groceries.
For Sale at
F. A. Schaei'er & Co.'s.
I'iif p:iize EEomc 3I:uitifncl me
The Hawaiian Stono Comp'y
Are now prepmed lo fiunish froth Liniu
in quantities to mi it piiicha-cis, and
hitlsfiiutlon win ranted n to both the
kind and the price.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
9.1 ly Agents.
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
!!28 and S30 Foil Sli eel,
Honolulu, . . - Hawaiian I?.
W. II. IA''K Proprietor,
TUB KAST RAII.INf)
2is will rim icmilnrlv
TO WAIALUA BVEKV MONDAY,
Ueluriiing on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on hoard, or to
I'Acii'io Navigation Co.,
Ice Cream Parlors !
Tin. H5 HotolS-tvuut.
Delicious (la vol id Ieo Cream mado
from iiino Dalrv Cream. Fruit Ices,
Sherbet. Ico Cream Drinkn and many
other lolreslunents can hu found always
at this really llrt-:hisH resoit. Choice
Confectionery and Cakes in great
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For tho convenience of the public wo
pack orders for Ico Cream in Patent
Ucfrigerator Cans, wkich hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, warranted to keep its delight,
ful llavor and perfect form for many
8Sy- Tho Elite Icu Cream Parlors aro
open dally until 11 i',M. 88 ly
Tim nrntlin nt No. 42 Mer.
irhnnt street, near the corner of
iFoit strtot, cciitrnuy locaioa
In the business part of tho city. Stilta.
blu for a LAW OFFICE, or nnv other
kind of business. Rent low. Enquire
of DR. STANGKNWALD.
, 107 3m
A PORTUGUESE, knowing all the
different treatment of grapo vines,
trimming, cultivating and curing tho
dlsotdcrs of the plant, offers his services
to any one who may want him. He has
to sell some different kinds of vine.
Apply to M. A. GONSALVES & Co.,
lni.W&S, lm Queen Street.
A GARDENER wants a situation in
somo private family. Single, aged
M years, anu unucrsianus gardening
in all its branches
i is, co, ra.
General Business Agent.
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for sale immediately after publica
tion, at the following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Morchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchants!.;
Mostrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sts. :
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS. Hold SI.
MELLER & HALBE'S
Ice Cream Parlor
Lincoln's Block, Kim si.
A Kino AHHortment of
Candies & Cakes
A.l-wityN on 1-Ijuk.I.
This elegant Kink has Uceu painted
and overhauled generally. Tho prnpri.
ctor, finding, afier long usage, wood
unserviceable for Holler Skmiiii;, has
after great expense, laid a
Patent Coipsition Floor,
And only asks atrial to convince any
one of its great advantages oer wooil,
for cuso in skating, cleanliness-, etc.
W&T Open oory eieiing in the week
lrom 7 to 0. and Wednesday mid Sa.
turday fifternoois for ladies mid ehil.
drcn. I). i SMITH.
Chas. Brewer & Go's
1IOBTOK II.Ni: OK I'ACKfclo.
A first-class vessel will ho laid on In this
lino to sail in all the month of Novum.
her next, If sufficient inducement offers,
For freight apply to
fJHAS. BREWER & CO.,
No. 27 Kilby street,
Or to Boston, Mass.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Honolulu, Sept. S3, 1685. ltil :iw
'TUIE undersigned havo this day en.
X tered into co-partnership under the
nrm name of 1UIOADS & MACKENZIE,
for tho purposo of carrying ou business
as Carpenters and Builders, and solicit
a slmro of tho public patronage.
w. t. n1ioaiw,
Honolulu, Ocl. 7, 1885, '144 w
Cental Park Skating Rink