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MONDAY, OCT. 19, 1885.
Ger stmr Knlatca from Tahiti
Stmr Klnnu from Wliulwnrd Ports
Htmr Planter from Kauai
Sclir Domltlla from Koolau
Sclir Rainbow from Koolnu
Sclir Mann from Honoinu
Schr Wnllclofiom Maui
Sclir Knwallanl from Koolau
Ger stmr llalntca for San Francisco
Stmr Llkcllko for Kabulul
StmrMokolll for Molokal
Stmr .las 1 Dowectt for Molokai
Sclir T.uku for ICoholalcle
Sclir Kauikeaoull for Ivobala
Sclir Mnnuokawal for Koolau
VESSELS LEAYING TO-MORROW.
Stmr .las 3Iakcc for Knpaa
Stmr Klnait for Wiiulward Ports
Stmr Planter for Kaunl
Sclir Domltlla for Koolau
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Sclir Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Sclir Wnilele for Mallko
Sclir Ehukal for Walalua
Sclir Mann for llononiu
Sclir Kawallanl for Koolau
Sclir Knlamaiiu from Knliolalnlo
Stmr Kilnuca Hon for Windwnrtl Ports
VESSELS IN PORT.
Wh Cape Horn Pigeon, Kelly
Ilk Jupiter, Jones
Ilktne Eureka, Leo
nktnc Amelia, Xewhnll
Prom Windward Ports, per steamer
Klnau, October 18 Hon S Wilder, S
( Wilder, .Tr, J Nathaniel, J Stupplc
becn, Paulo, J Carty, T Crowder, F
Pallia, S Nowlein, Cham: C liuck, D F
Sanford, J Ilroilic, 0 Williams, Koki
and Son, J Ronton, P L Leslie, Mrs J
Ilealy, Z Kalai and Son, P B Sutllff and
wife, Miss N Brigs, J W Kalua, Mrs E
.Toiiqs, Afook,D li Vida, J M Horner, D
T) Baldwin, I K licnton and 112 deck.
From Kauai, per steamer Planter,
October 18 Mrs W H llicc, 0 II Bishop,
wife, child and servant, Mrs S Cook, A
Cropp, Mrs S W Wilcox and two chil
dren, A I) Hanneberg, S Harrison, Dr
M Grossman, .T B Smith, C Koelllng, M
J) Monsarrat, Captain .r Kos and 70
Prom Tahiti, per steamer JJalatea,
October 17 WmjVoodycar,Rev Taylor,
R Love, J Cousins. A King, G Cusco,
Bungnrno, Hichc, T Kitlche, .T Francis,
GWambold, P Sliadley, II James, J
Corrcnn, F Chapman, Horatio Xelson,
W Liddell, P Hawthorne, C Harris and
wife, II Martin, AV Culbert, T Corbett
and It Taundur.
Stmr Kinau brought 1010 bags of
sugar, 4 bales of wool, IS hides, 320
goat skins, 2 Horses, 130 pkgs sundries
and 5 bbls goat meat (dry).
Tho bktno Euicka will sail about the
Stmr Jas Makec was lowered from the
Marine Railway this morning. She
sal's to-morrow 'nt noon for Kapaa only.
Schr Domltila brought 130 bags "of
Mr L Itecd, formerly employed in the
P M S S Co, has been appointed master
of tho steamer Jas I Oowsert vice A C
Stmr Planter brought 010 bags of
.sugar, 50 bags of pla, 20 hides and 2
head of cattle.
The German steamer Raiatea. Captain
J Vicreck, arrived here at 8 o'clock
Saturday evening, 13 Jays from Tahiti.
She landed Woodyear's circus at this
port, and Sunday she proceeded on her
way to San Francisco with 300 bales of
cotton. She had flno weather.
Capt McGregor of the Maniiokawni
says he was not beaten by the Domltlla
as reported. The Manuokawal was in
Honolulu when the Domltlla left Puna
In this city, Oct. IStli, 1885,
wife of Geo' L. Desha, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tins is the last day for obtaining
season tickets for the Farini opera.
Hon. S. G. Wilder, just returned
from the Volcano, reports tho wonder
as very active.
Matinee with music at the Yose
niite Ilink to-morrow afternoon for
ladies and children.
'"Tiiiu:r. duck shooters returned
from Koolau last evening with 39
birds and n lame dog.
Mil. II. A. Pnrmeleo has presented
the Honolulu Library with a copy of
Balch's Life of Grant.
Yestkhiiay a ship's spar, 70 to 80
feet long, drifted nshoro nt Colonel
Macfarlane'8 place, Wailriki.
Mit. Henry Turton has been ap
pointed Deputy Sheriff of Lahaina,
Maui, in place of Mr. It. Newton,
- - .--.
Tin: Lahaina Plantation, Maui,
has just been sold by Messrs. Huek
fcld & Co. to Messrs. James Camp
bell and Paul Iscnberg.
Ma. Morris Keohokalole, a young
native formerly employed on tho
Saturiluy Press, 1ms received a
billet in tho Forcicn Ofllcc.
A iiAT.F-c.vsTr. Spaniard was in
stantly killed atSpreckelsville, Maui,
on Friday morning last, by falling
from tho cupola of a new building,
which he was painting,
The battalion drill, under Major
Baker, on King btreet.tbis evening
ought to be worth seeing, Tho
Honolulu Rifles arc ordered to re
port nt their armory at 7 o'clock
IIi'.avy rains on the Koolnu moun
tains last Monday, did considerable
damage in tliu ricu fields. One
Chinaman, Ah Pana, lost 200 worth
of rice. The estimate of other dam
ages is not yet known.
KKi'iiESEXTATivns of the several
boat clubs will meet nt the Iolaui
boat house at 7 o'clock this evening
to make arrangements for the re
gatta on the lGth of November.
They will probably make rules for
His Majesty's senior six-oared
crew "knocked spots" out of tho
Myrtle senior crew yesterday after
noon, in a race over the course.
One of the Myrtle crew claims the
defeat was caused by a foul at the
The schooner Mann picked up a
thwart of a ship's boat off Honomu
on her last trip. . It was thought to
have been from one of the Kamoi's
boats, but after a close examination
ly Mr. Cooke it was pronounced not
to have been such.
Accokmxg to the Prats a new
steamer has been built for Mr. W. II.
Holmes, of Hilo, in San Francisco,
and left there about the 20th of
September. She is about 40 tons,
named after her owner, and will run
between Hilo and this port.
Rev. James Taylor, of WnkeGeld,
Yorkshire, England, who is making
a tour of the world, arrived here
from Tahiti on the steamer Raiatea
on Saturday evening. Ho preached
in St. Andrew's Cathedral last even
ing, and intends visiting the Volcano
before leaving the. Islands.
James Spencer won the tunnel race
at the Yoscmite rink on Friday even
ing. Tho Hoosac imitation was of
paper, sixteen feet long and three
high, through which the contestants
had to pass. On Saturday night
"Win. Midler beat Spencer in a two
mile race, by one and a half laps in
Mn. James Urodie, V. S., has
inspected a lot of mules recently im
ported from San Francisco, and
found no cause for alarm. He, how
ever, warns the pnblic, in view of
the prevalence of glanders in Cali
fornia, to be vigilant regarding the
condition of animals imported from
A counteiifeit Hawaiian dollar
was received nt the Post-office the
other day, and, when its character
was ascertained, given back to the
person tiiat passed it, who did not
know it was spurious. The coin is
a very exact imitation of the genuiuc,
and liable to deceive anybody but
an expert. Probably more of its
kind arc in circulation.
A i'aiity of eight or ten persons
all mounted on horseback, started
from the Hotel Saturday evening for
a shark hunt at Pearl River. They
returned last evening and reported
killing 17 mancaters measuring from
10 to 17 feet long. Another version
is that six were hooked and lauded,
but the seventh carried away all the
hooks and lines. They were a
merry party who left hero Saturday
night armed to the teeth with pocket
comforters, but a sorry one that re
turned last night.
Woodyeau's Royal Australian
Circus arrived from Tahiti by the
Raiatea on Saturday evening, and
will give its opening performance to
morrow evening. It is a real circus
with four professional bareback and
pad riders, and is therefore the first
show of the kind given hero in a long
time. The management assures a
performance of from 15 to 10 num
bers with an afterpiece nightly, occu
pying two hours and three-quarters.
Thero arc twenty ring performers,
all artists in their, respective special
ties of equestrianism, gymnastics,
acrobatics, etc. A monster tent is
being erected for the performance.
The purser of the steamer Planter
reports the channel being exceed
ingly smooth Saturday night. The
ninchincr' taken by tho steamer on
her last trip was landed at Koloa in
perfect order. The Koloa landing
is being made wider by three feet,
so that three boats lashed together
can dock. Tho widening of the land
ing is preparatory to landing heavy
rollers that are to come by tho W. II.
Dimond. Tho schooners Waiehu
and Liholiho wcro at Waimcn when
tho steamer left there, tho former
vessel loading rico and tho latter
discharging couh Tho outlet of the
Vaimea stream was blocked, and on
Friday tho stream flooded tho volley
until the natives succeeded in break
ing away the harrier.
At King Bros.' art store is dis
played a variety of specimens of art
needlework, wrought by Mrs. Dr.
McAllister. Thero are mantel and
table covers in different material,
including plush; banners, dress
fronts, whisk holders and other
fancy articles. Thero aro several
floral and fruit designs, that aro ex
quisite in tho brilliant and harmo
nious arrangement of colors, and,
fidelity to nature. Rosebuds, pansies,
Scotch thistles, horse-chestnuts,
grapes, and so on, are executed in
delightsome art and taste. The ex
hibition is worth seeing, and should
bo promotive of fresh interest in
this artistic and useful pastime.
Mrs. McAllister gives lessons in tho
art at her rooms on Hotel, corner of
Fort street, and has at present
vacancies for a few pupils.
Mns. It. Love has a Cottnge
let on Fort Street, above Kukui.
Suoau has. gone up, but our prices
liavo not. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 153 8t
L. Am,Eii begs to inform the pub
lie that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening nt 7:30. The
following is the programme:
March Spring Geipcl
Overture Romlhla and Constance...
Finale Lucia Donizetti
Selection Marco Vlscontl Petrclla
Medley Black Brigade Beyer
Waltz See Saw Crowe
Gavotte Contl Vnsscur
March Euterpe F.llenbcrg
On Saturday forenoon Officers
Marcos and Crabbe arrested three
Chinese in a house on Maunakca
street, with opium and pipes in pos
session. In tho afternoon of the same day
Officer Marcos captured a Chinaman
in a house near tho biid'ge on King
street. The culprit was caught en
joying a smoke under the bed.
Mr. John Crowder, special Cus
tom House officer at Hilo, recently
captured a Chiieno, steward of the
barkentinc Emma Claudina, from
San Francisco, with two cases of
whiskey and 26 tins of opium con
cealed in kerosene tins. He was
tried in the District Police Court
and sentenced to one month's im
prisonment and fined $400. At the
same time a Chinaman was taken
with 48 tins of opium, and he got
six months and a fine of $250. Both
prisoners were brought to Honolulu
by the Kinau and placed on the
FOURTH OF JULY REPORT FOR 1885.
The Committee on Finance ap
pointed to raise subscriptions found
out when too late that the liabilities
would exceed the assets. Every
effort was made by some of the
Committee to collect further from
our American residents but without
success. Through the kindness of
Mr. John H. Paty, of Bishop & Co.'s
Bank, the undersigned were enabled
finally to give a note for the sum of
5225.50 to Messrs. Bishop & Co.,
payable on July 5th next, which was
endorsed by Mr. Paty and made by
your obedient servants, B. F. Dil
linghain.C. II. Eldrich and J. E.
The bills are now all paid and all
Americans who feel desirous of sub
scribing toward paying off this obli
gation may have tho pleasure of
doing so by applying to the Secre
tary. The Committee also desire to
thank the newspaper proprietors and
others for waiting the three months
over time before receiving their
B. F. Dillingham, Members of
C. H. Eldrich, the
J. E. Wiseman. ) Committee.
Attest. J. E. Wiseman,
J. M. Oat, Jr. &. Co.'s list.
J. E. WIseman'H " .
J. E. Wiseman's
It. W. Lnlne's " ,
J. II. Ilyman's "
8 WO 50
. 7CI 00
. 230 00
. 100 50
. 100 00
S 30 CO
Total amount subscribed. . .
Outstanding on sub. sheets
II. Hart, refreshments $ 375 00
Major Hill, refreshments. . . , . . 20 CO
Crystal H. W., refreshment!-. . . . 20 05
J. Dodd, transportation 300 00
Hawaiian Band 160 00
Music Hull and floor laying. . .
American Ex. Co
Cohu & Co. and Miss Burke. . .
G. C, Htratcmeycr
11, P. Elders & Co
J. T. Waterhouse & Son
Dillingham & Co
C. K. Williams
J.M. Oat, Jr.&Co.. .."...
West, Dow &Co
Five bus conductors
J. E. Wiseman, Incidental, etc,
SUPREME COURT OCTOBER TERM.
Satchday, Oct. 17th.
Before Chief Justice Judd. A.
Fernandez vs. People's Ice Com
pany. Verdict for plaintiff, 8250
damages. F. M. Hatch for plain
tiff, Paul Neumann for defendant.
Monday, Oct. 19.
K. H. Plate vs. L. A. Thurston, ct
al., assumpsit. This case occupied
the Court all morning, before the
Chief Justice and a foreign jury, and
was still on at two o'clock this after
noon. F. M. Hatch for plaintiff ; L.
A. Thurston and Kinney & Peterson
His Honor Justice Preston this
morning heard argument of counsel
upon a motion filed in the case of
Stafford L. Austin and others aaainst
C. Brewer & Co. and others, wherein
defendants pray that Ashf ord & Ash
ford bo required to show by what au
thority they had used the name of
the Unomca bugar Company in the
amended bill of complaint. C. W.
Ashford for the plaintiffs, F. M.
Hatch for the defendants. After
hearing counsel upon the motion and
the authorities cited by them, the
Court took time to consider, hoping
to be able to render its decision by
to-morrow morning. The Court ic
marked that the affairs and manage
ment of corporations in tho kingdom
arc being carried on very loosely
and without any recognized system,
hence the necessity for looking up
the authorities touching upon the
management of corporations in other
His Honor Justice McCully this
morning heard the petition of Min
ncsima Kanschichi and Iwase Kame
kichi for habeas corpus, which were
postponed from last Saturday. Jona.
Austin appeared for petitioners,
Paul Neumann and A. Rosa for the
Marshal. The Court, after hearing
the parties, ordered that the two
Japanese laborers be discharged from
'custody of the Marshal on the
ground that the warrants of commit
ment issued by the District Judge
of liana, Maui, under which the
petitioners are held, were excessive
and illegal. Tho first offense being
punishable by imprisonment only
and not by both imprisonment and
fine. In this instance the District
Judge had imposed both imprison
ment and fine.
Monday, Oct. 19th.
John Allen, B. McMahon, P. C.
Justice, Kamahana, Umi, Kcpano,
Kawelo and Kaululaau were mulct
in 80 each for drunkenuess.
Wm. Crcwnes was sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor 10 hours
and costs SI for disorderly conduct.
Ah Slice, for having opium in
possession, was fined S50 with 20
days' imprisonment at hard labor.
ICcaloha and Akancki (w.) were
fined respectively 30 and $15 with
costs 82.50 eacli for adultery.
Manuela was sentenced to impri
sonment at hard labor 24 hours and
to pay cost9 8 1 for affray.
John A. Baker and Lu Chon were
mulct in 85 each for an affray, on
Ah Hoy, for violating express rule
21, had to face a penaltj' of S(i.
Ilong Chun was sentenced to pay a
fine of 850, witli imprisonment at
hard labor 20 clays, and costs 8J1.50,
for having opium in possession.
Harper's Magazine for Septem
ber is a very interesting number ;
moreover, it is one of permanent
value, because it contains an article
on sewage disposal in cities by Dr.
J. S. Billings, IT. S. A. This con
tribution should be widely quoted,
since it conveys to the popular mind,
in tho concise and logical manner
that characterizes all Dr. Billings'
writings, the dangers of the
cesspool and nrivv, and tho advan
tages, financial and sanitary, accru
ing from the sewerage of towns and
the proper disposal of sewage. The
following extract from the conclud
ing portion of the article, the whole
of which wc commend to our rend
ers, is a sample of the sound advice
"It is easy to sec mat wintt may
be desirable in old and closely built
streets, with high buildings lining
cither side, and subject to heavy
traffic, may be neither desirable nor
possible, on account of expense, in
a town where tho houses are scat
tered, having large yards, and where
tho traffic on the streets is light.
"In the first case it may bo the
truestcconomy to construct a subway
sufficiently capacious to contain not
only tho channels for sewage and for
street wash, hut all the water, gas,
and Bteam pipes which form such a
labyrinth in such localities, in order
to prevent tho expenso and delay
which excavation in such a street
for extension or repairs always
causes ; while, in the second case, a
comparatively simple and cheap
system of earthen pipes for the con
veyance of sowago only, combined
with another still cheaper system for
subsoil drainage, may bo tho only
thing which tho value of the adjacent
property will Justify.
"No ono system is best for all
"Although sewers aro intended to
carry foul water they can, and
should, ho so constructed nnd con
nected as not to be offensive, and a
very important means of securing
this is to have the house-dralnngo ho
arranged that all foul water shall be
ot once delivered to the sewer. Fresh
sewage if not specially offensive or
dangerous, but it is not possible to
keep any system of sewers free from
bad odors if putrefying sewage is
turned into them.
"Tho worst of all arrangements
is that by which cesspools are pre
served and the overflow allowed to
drain into the sewers ; and whete
this is done the sewers will always
"Sewers cost money, but there is
no better investment for property
owners. The cost of a system of
sewers for a city varies from live to
fifteen dollars per head of popula
tion, niid the increase in value in
real estate which they servo varies
from ten to twenty-five per cent.
"It seems to be a common idea
that any one who can run levels and
plot contour lines can plan a system
of sewerage, that the average con
tractor can be trusted to carry out
the plans properly, and that when
the work is completed anybody is fit
to take care of it. All this is a great
mistake. Properly constructed sewers
arc among the most permanent works
of the engineer; they should last
for hundreds of years, and be plan
ned for the future as well as the
present, and tho employment of the
best experts obtainable, both for tho
preparation of tho plans and the
careful superintendence of the con
struction, is the only true economy.
"The supervision of the sewers
after they are constructed should be
also given to a skilled engineer, and
it should include all house-connections.
In a system of sewers thus
planned, constructed and managed,
there will be no collection of dan
gerous and offensivo gases, and no
risk of the causation and spread of
disease through their agencv."
Ttc Sanitari J'Jnrinecr.
HAVING obtained the services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, wc wish
to inform the public that wc arc able to
Tunc and Repair Pianos at short notice.
All orders Ielt witli us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1033 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
A PORTUGUESE, knowing all tho
different treatment of grape vines,
trimming, cultivating and curing the
disoidcis of the plant, oilers his services
to any one who may want him. lie has
to sell some different kinds of vine.
Apply to 31. A. GOtf SALVES & Co.,
151, W& S. lm Queen Street
2K HEALTHY native men wanted to
r.) ship on a Ilancli on Hawaii at
once. Good wages will be offered. All
arrangements for shipping and advances
will be regulated at niv olllcc. Apply
to JOS. E. "WISEMAX,
General Business Agent.
Campbell' Block. liilw
f OM FOKTABLE Cottage,
Fort Stieet; S'JO a month; suitable
lor 2 gentlemen. Applv to
151 2v 1:. P. ADAMS.
r-'t-S. The undersigned having
('?P3 ,;?Kq'1 c1"!.,."u ot IJo8K"Ke
tyv-My?5 Express No. 31, for the
purposu ol carrying on the Express ami
Dray biisinusi;, hope by paj ing strict
intention to business to leceive :i share
of public patronage.
E5y Moving pianos and fiirnituie a
specialty. I). HUHQEKSON.
licsldcncc, coiner Punchbowl and Be
retania Street?. Mutual Telephone 326.
West, Dow & Co., Telephone 179.
Golniia River Salmon !
LAKGE KED XISII !
FOK SALE BY
E. P. ADAMS & CO.
LIME ! LIME !
Patronize Home 3Iisiiitfuc iiro
ThefHawaiian Stone Comp'y
Arc now picpnml to furnish fre!h LI mo
in iiiautlile to Hill ptircliascis, nnd
satisfaction wnnui t:il as to both tho
kipd nuil the pilco.
ALLEN & H0BINS0N,
l),i ly Agcntp.
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
23 and 230 Port Street,
Honolulu, . - Hawaiian le.
W. II. PAGE Proprietor.
THE FAST HAILINO
will run icgularly
WAIALUA EVEItY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
Pacumo Navioation Co.,
"YK Iwtwilii' ifli'ni (hflt
J. this dato Messrs. C. ilolto and Oeo.
JI. HobeiUon aro tho only persons au.
thonzed to collect any money. . rents,
etc., for me. MARIA A. HO D.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1880, 153 Ot
Tho premises at No. 12 Mcr-
If nam street, near tno corner oi
iPort street, centrally located
In the business nnrt of tho cilv. Sulta.
bio for a LAW OFFICE, or any other
klndof husincu, Rent low. Enquire
of DR. STAXGENWALD.
J P. SILVA, of Klpahulu and Kaupo,
Maul, has this day mode on as.
signment of all his property for the
benefit or his cicJItors to S. StLIG and
C. BOLTE. All moneys due .1. P. Sllvn
must be paid Immediately, and all
claima ngainst Sllva must be presented
promptly to C. BOLTE, ) ..
3.SELIG, 'J Assignees.
Honolulu, Oct. 13, 1880. 152 lw
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for salo immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Morchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant SI.;
Mossrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sts. :
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel St.
IELLER & HALBE'S
Ice Cream Parlor
Lincoln's Block, King si.
A Tine AHHortineiit of
Candies & Cake
-A.l-WH.yM oil Hniitl
Ice Cream Parlors !
Via. S." 1 Iot.olBSt i-ol.
Delicious tlavorcd Ice Cream made
from pure Dairy Cream, Print lees,
Sherbets, Ice Cream Drinks and many
other refreshments can bo found always
at this really flm.class res-oil. Choice
Confectionery and Cakes in 1,'irat
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For the convenience or the public, we
pack orders for Ice Cream In Patent
Refrigerator Cans, wkicli hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, warranted to keep iis delight
ful llavor and perfect form for many
BST The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are
open dally until 11 p.m. .'18 ly
Central Fait Skating Rink
G or. Berotania & PDncnbo wl
This elegant Rink lias been paiutcd
and overhauled generally. The propri.
etor, finding, afier long usage, wood
unserviceable for Roller Skating, linn
nfter great expense, laid a
Patent Goinosition Floor
And only asks a trial to convince any
ouo of its great advantages over wood,
for ciiso in skating, cleanliness, etc.
ttSf Open evury evening in the week
from 7 to 9), aud Wednesday and Sa
turday aflernooni fnr" ladies and chl).
dren. D. P. SMITH.
., WPnfcf g'-g'f fjf' "'"