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TUESDAY, OCT. 20, 188.
Stmr C 11 Bishop from ICaual
Schr Leah! fioin Itanalcl
Hchr Calcrlu.i from Wnimanalo
Stmr W 0 Hall from Hawaii aud Muul
Stmr Jas Mnkee for Knpaa
Stmr Klnatt for Windward Toits
Stmr Planter for Kaital
Sclir DomltUii for Koolau
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Schr '.Vailclc for Malll.u
Schr Eluikal for Watulua
Schr ,Mnna for llonomii
Stmr Kllattoa Hon for Windward Ports
Stmr 0 It Bishop for I'unahiu. Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Lcalil for Ilunalei
Schr Kiil.iinaim from Kohuliilnlr-
VESSELS IN PORT.
Wh Cape Horn Pigeon. Kelly
Bk Jupiter, .Tones
BUtno Eureka, Lee
Bktne Amelia, Xowhall
Molokal, per steamer Mokolli,
October 10 Miss Knnn, Mr H .T Hart.
Alss A Akona, Win Phillips, wife and
family, Captain A O Smith, Julius Tlt
eomb, ami about i0 deck.
For Kahulni, per steamer Likcllkc,
October 10 Dr F II Sutllff, (iuo C AVIl
Hams, Miss I, Mother, Mrs J T Sliavralt,
A Sinclair, J Wilson, P Mondt, J P
llackfchl, Mrs W G Ashley, WGootlale,
Mr-i Hebbard, A Barba, Sam llairison,
M M Taylor and about 100 deck.
Pi om Kauai, via Walanac and Wala
lna, per steamer C It Bishop, October
20 Hon II A Wideniann, Mrs and Miss
Wideniaun, Jas Gay, J P Kama and
wife, Mrs D Makalin, Mrs Phillips, Mrs
Brown, 1 Chinaman and 82 deck.
The schooners Kav.-ailanl and Rain
bow arc in the stream.
Sclir Lcnhi brought C40 bags of paddy
The lime-stone brought by the schr
C.iterina for the Honolulu fctoue Co is
dKchaigcd by steam power.
E It Hyan,"bont builder, is making 2
large sugar boats for Hawaii.
Mr. Wuudenberg says the steamer
Jas I Dowsctt did not race with the
Likellke last evening as reported. The
captain of the Dowsetl had received
orders not to go fast .
Sinu-CK Bishop brought 23115 bags
of paddy, of which 1S10 lugs are for
Punalulu, Koolau, and 52.1 bags for
Honolulu. Alter landing her passengers
.she sailed this moi mm: at 8 o'clock for
Punaluu, and is expected haeU to
uiruiow. LGGAL & GENERAL NEWS.
IIY.avy rain at Palamu last night
Piiohussob Yarnriley's Y. M. C. A.
singing class meets this evening.
A party of native singers sere
naded Mr. Julius Smith at his resi
dence last evening.
A Poirruaunsi: woman on crutches
hobbled about town this morning
begging for money.
To-wout the Queen's Own will
parade before His Majesty, and to
morrow night join in battalion drill.
Tur. " Ivy Holmes," as the new
Ililo steamer is called, will, the
Advertiser says, only do coasting
service round the Island of Hawaii.
Mu. Berger has received a lot of
new band music from London, which
his boys will shortly dispense through
the balmy air to willing and waiting
Mn. L. J. Scott has given up the
management of the Central Park
skating rink, and Mr. Hingley suc
ceeds to the charge of the establish
ment. The Honolulu Rifles have no drill
this evening. They are ordered to
report at the armory on Wednesday
evening in fatigue uniform to parti
cipate in a battalion drill.
Applications for money orders
by the S. S. Zealandia, due on Sun
day from the Colonics for San Fran
cisco, must be made at the Post
ofllcc before four o'clock Friday
So tardy worn the troops in coining
to the parade ground last night, that
several spectators left when it began
to sprinkle rain. Ono of them was
heard to remark vexatiously that the
drill would be all over before the
Tur. prima donna at the Chinese
theatre on King street last night was
evidently out of voice. Her cres
cendos were only about a demi-semi-brcvo
wide, aud her notes in C
major could not bo heard above the
eighth of a mile.
The counterfeit coin taken at the
Post-office the other day was an
American nnd not a Hawaiian dollar.
It is very accurately stamped, but
of exceedingly bnso metal. Iho
coin has been definitely traced to
Chinatown, and likely enough was
A ltOTAr. salute was fired from the
shore battery this afternoon, as a
birthday welcome to Princess Kaiu
lani, returning to town with her
mother, Princess Likcliko, by tho
fatenmer W. G. Hall, from their visit
to Hawaii, where the little princess's
tenth birthday was celebrated on the
I .ono after civilian bedtime Inst
night thu balmy zephyrs rustling
through the sylvan shades of a sub
til ban locality were punctuated with
such martial orders as "Shoulder
arms!" "Present arms!" etc. It
would seem that the place is fast
running to playing soldiers except
ing the foreign element.
The Kinnti will not connect with
the Alameda leaving for the Coast
on Saturday, .list inst., ns she will
not arrive in poit until Sunday
morning following. Mr. Wilder
will endeavor to have another
steamer leave Ililo and Mahukona to
connect with the Alnmcdn, however,
bringing passengers and mails.
Woodybau's Royal Australian
Circus makes a big spread in this
issue, in keeping with the vast pavi
lion of canvas on Dodd's lot. A
good reputation has come with the
troupe front the Southern Seas. The
crush at the door may be largely
avoided by patrons procuring tickets
through the day, which can be done
at the Elite Ice Cream Parlors and
at the Ciftus ofllce, Dodd's Omnibus
waiting rooms, open from 10 to -i
Mn. A. F. Cooke went out to
Wnikiki early this morning to sec
the spar that was washed ashore at
Macfarlanc's. lie said it was about
GO feet long, 1G inches in diameter
at one end and about G inches at the
other. It was old and worn. The
hark had been taken off but the spar
had never been worked. It had
worm-eaten holes and appeared to
have been in the water for some
time. Mr. Cooke says it was not a
schooner's mast as at first supposed.
Last night a native left two horses
attached to eitlier end of a line to
roam about the street near Ryan's
shop. This morning when the owner
went to look for the horses ho saw
but one, standing near the sewer
drain with a wobegonc look. The
other animal had fallen into the
sewer, back down and legs up, and
was so tightly wedged that he could
only move his legs. He was almost
smothered with mud and was with
great didlculty hauled out of his too
Ovkk two hundred men took part
in the baUallion drill on King street
last evening. The companies were:
King's Guards Prince's Own A and
C, King's Own A and B, Mamalahoa
Guards and Honolulu Rifles. Only
nineteen members of the latter, in
cluding officers, turned out, but the
squad as it stood acquitted itself
crcditabh in its performances. The
battalion was put through various
evolutions and arms exercises, and
in the main gave a good account of
their drill instructors, although
there were a few ludicrous mistakes
and some faulty movements.
Tiiiiei: ChinTimen are in durance
vile awaiting trial for forgery. The
documents are in the hands of
Deputy Marshal Dayton and consist
of drafts made in favor of All
Fung, and bearing the forged signa
tures of F. A. Schacfer, F. N.
Schaefer, II. Hackfeld & Co., and
A. II. Grinbaum, for the respective
sums of S150, $125, 250, and 8150.
Two of the suspects were arrested
yesterday up the Nuuanit valley,
being appa.ently en route to any
point where they might be out of
the way. This is an easier country
for rascals to get into than to get
An amusing incident is related of
the sharking expedition to Pearl
River Saturday night. When the
party arrived at their destination,
and after partaking of refreshments,
all hands prepared for a snooze. One
of the party was offered half of a
soft bed with covers. He declined
to accept the luxury, saying that
when he went to "rough it" ho in
tended to " rough it." To double
up on a hard floor was good enough
for him. Any place where he could
contract a cold as adhesivo as brick
and mortar was what he wanted. He
crawled under a bed nnd in about an
hour he got up shivering from head
to foot. Ho went to a bed where two
of the party wero sleeping and awoke
tho outside fellow saying, "B ,
w-h-o i-s w-i-t-h y-o-n ?' ' and
begging to bo let in tho bed under
the covers. Tho cool fellow shivered
so the boys took him in, and ho had
all the " roughing it" ho wanted for
Mits. R. Lovi: has a Cottage
let on Fort Street, above Kukui.
Suoau has gone up, but our prices
have not. King Bros.' Art Storo,
Hotel Street. 153 Jit
L, Aw.eu begs to inform the pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda,
A thimbleful of dust was found in
the cotlln of Richard Cauir-de-Leon
at the Cathedral of Rouen, when it
was opened not long ago.
Representatives of the several
boat clubs met at the lolatii boat
house last evening to make arrange
ments for the regatta. The meeting
was called to order by Mr. J. F.
Brown, and Mr. F. II. Haysclclen
ncled as sccictary. A motion was
made nnd carried that an associa
tion be formed and called the Ha
waiian Rowing and Yachting Asso
ciation, to be constituted of three
delegates from each of the principal
clubs, and one from the minor clubs.
A committee of one from each club
was appointed to draw up constitu
tion and by-laws. A motion was
carried that last year's programme
with amendments bo adopted for
this year's regatta, and that all boats
must be rowed from the gunwale
excepting shell boats. The course
adopted was the same as last year's.
It was decided that each club ap
point ono member to form a sub
scription committee. At 11 o'clock
the meeting adjourned until Thurs
day evening at 7.30 o'clock.
BOOKS FOR THE LIBRARY.
Mr. A. J. Cartwright has just
given the Honolulu Library another
liberal donation of books, as fol
lows: The Congo and the Founding of
its Free State Henry M, Stanley,
N. Y., 2 vols. 1885.
Italian Rambles Jas. Jackson
Jarvcs, N. Y, 1 vol., 1885.
' The Scwall Papers Mass. Histo
rical Society, Boston, 2 vols., 187U.
Uvcr Land and Sea, a Log of
Travel round the World in 1873-7-1
Arthur G. Guilleman, London, 1
A Little Book about Great Britain
Azamot Baluk, London, 1 vol.,
Studies of Paris Kdouard Amiens,
N. Y., 1 vol., 1879.
Gossip about Portraits Walter
P. Tilllii, London, 1 vol., 18GG.
A Marked Life by "Gipsy,"
London, 1 vol., 1870.
The "Coral Pin " Du Boisgo
bej', 1 vol.
The Sword of Damocles Anna
K. Green, 1 vol.
X. Y. Z. Anna K. Green, 1 vol.
Hand and Ring, Anna K. Green,
SUPREME COURT OOTOBER TERM.
Monday, Oct. 10th.
In K. II. Plate vs. L. A.Thurston
etui., the jury return a verdict for
defendants, one juror dissenting.
S. Ami vs. John Wagner, and Y.
Alan vs. John Wagner, trespass,
began before a foreiga jury and con
tinued until adjournment of Court
at 5:15 i i.
Tuesdat, Oct. 20th.
Before Chief Justice Jtidd. The
last mentioned case continues, and
is still on this afternoon. Ashford
nnd Ashford for plaintiffs, and Paul
Neumann and W. A. Whiting for
defendant. The trespass alleged
arises from a search for opium by
defendant, who is a Customs ofllccr
Tuesday, Oct. 20th.
Before Chief Justice Judd. Cols
Wm. P. Allen, Receiver of the
liana Plantation on the Island of
Maui, filed a petition asking that he
be authorized to purchase for said
plantation the following materials :
32 mule and 20 bullock carts to
cost by contract 8 657.50
00 head bullock 828 1,080.00
400 tons coal delivered at liana. 6,200.00
Total 8 7,437.50
The petitioner states that these pur
chases aro necessary for the planta
tion to enable the crop of 188G to
be taken off, grinding commencing
by December, 1885. The Court,
upon inquiry and finding that these
figures arc reasonable for the pur
poses mentioned, granted the prayer
of the receiver and authorized him
to purchase accordingly.
In tho matter of bankruptcy of
Chee Man, W. C. Parke appeared
before the Chief Justice and filed his
final accounts as assigneo and ased
that they might bo examined and
approved, and that he bo discharged.
The Court set Monday, Oct. 2G,
1885, as the day for hearing said
accounts and approving same.
Beforo Judgo Preston, W. P.
Reynolds appeared before His Honor
and filed his final accounts as as
signeo of the bankrupt estate of
Kennedy & Co., and asked that they
be examined and approved and he
bo discharged. Tho Court appoint
ed next Monday, Uct. 20, 180&, as
tho day for hearing accounts and
Clias. Williams, bankrupt, of 11a
makun, Island of Hawaii, appeared
beforo Judge Preston this morning
and filed his petition praying that ho
bo discharged from bankru ptcy. His
Honor appointed Tuesday, Novem
ber 17th, 1885, us the day for hear
ing tho application and any objec
tion that may be made thereto.
In tho case of John R. Silva and
others vs. Antono Lanes and others,
His Honor Judge Preston this morn
ing heard Messrs. C. Brown and V.
V. Ashford upon a motion Hied on
behalf of defendant Lopez, praying
that costs paid in said suit under all
proceedings subsequent to tho deci
sion of the Court in banco be taxed,
and that tho waster's- report oi
Ootober 17th, 18S5, bo confirmed,
and also that an order of sale be
made of the propcrtj in the mort
gage if the amount found due by
the master is not paid to said de
fendant Lopez. Thu Court ordered
that the master's report be con
llrrned. The master find as fol
Amount due. bv Sllva to Lopc.$S,C8l.;0
Amount and lutereM. awarded
Balance to be paid by Sllva.... 87.201. 10
The amount of costs found by the
Clerk to be S210.10 was not dis
puted by the parties.
Aiat, Daniela and Namai for as
sault and battery, got 15 days at
hard labor. Costs, S2.J5 each.
John K. Inch, on the same charge,
was fined 8 1 and costs.
By fast and furious driving, Mn
huka and Apttna ran into S L7.G0
and $10. GO respectively.
Shcnosa Aki was reprimanded for
assault and battery.
Owen McCarthy forfeited bail for
Gcrmanio Tubarcia was repri
manded for assau It and battery.
One of the papers read at the
convention of the National Electric
Light Association in New York, last
week, described the tower system of
electric-lighting in the city of De
tioit. The author, Mr. W. W. Lcg
gctt, said that about a year ago his
company made a bid of $05,000 for
lighting the entire city, an area of
104 square miles, and secured tho
contract. The territory included in
the centre a business section of
about a square mile; surrounding
this a belt about a mile in width,
densely shaded, and containing the
finest residences; outside of this
belt a semi-suburban section. The
company built 00 skeleton iron
towers, there of which were 175 feet
in height, the others 150 feet. These
they placed in triangles, 1,000 to
1 ,200 feet apart on the outskirts.
On these towers wcro placed an
aggregate of 358 2-candle-power
lights were used. Mr. Leggett ad
vocated the use of towers not less
than 150 feet nor more than 175 feet
high, of lamps of 2,000-candlc-power,
and of not more than four
to a tower, excepting on a central
tower, where there might be six in
order to obtain the best results.
These conclusions he reached as the
results of careful experiments. He
lighted his lamps half an hour after
sunset, and shut the engines down
one hour before sunrise, every day
in the year. He had displaced 4,780
gas and naphtha lamps, and lighted a
territory greater by two square miles
than had been done by the gas and
naphtha people. The bid of his
company had been a little less than
that of the gas and naphtha com
panies for a slightly smaller terri
Another verdict in an English
court touchinc on the liability of a
tenant for rent when premises are in
bad sanitary condition, has recently
been rendered. The owner of a
house in Clcrkenwell, London, sued
the tenant for rent due. The de
fendant admitted taking the house
and shop, and also signing the lease
agreement, but pleaded non-liability
for payment on the ground of the
insanitary condition of the house,
and called. evidence to prove that,
while the plaintiff's agent told her
the house and drains were in good
condition, he at the same time was
in possession of a notice from the
sanitary authority to remove a cess
pool. The tenant had complained
of the place immediately after tak
ing possession, but at the end of
two months had been obliged to
leave, as no remedial measures had
been taken. The Sanitary Inspector
was called to prove the bad drainage,
and also as to serving notice, but
the agent denied any knowledge of
any defect in the drainage. Tho
judge Baid the law was clear upon
the case, if a person took a fur
nished house or rooms he could leave
if it was not according to descrip
tion. It was necessary for a person
going into an unfurnished house to
sec for himself the condition or be
responsible after entry. But In the
present case the house had been
described as in good condition when
it was well known such was not the
case, and upon the faith of such
representation defendant took pos
session. Verdict was given for the
defendant, with costs, the agreement
to be cancelled if desired by defend
ant. tianitari J'Jnrjineer.
The French Minister of Finance
lias caused to be ascertained in what
proportion tho coin of other powers
in the Latin Union is circulated in
France. The result of thu inquiry
shows that lOt percent of the gold
coinago and 28 percent of the silver
coinage belongs to tne oincr con
Tho Radical workingmen's clubs
of London are joining with the
Socialists in organizing a demonstra
tion at Fast Knd, to protest against
the suppression of open air Social
A Spanish garrison has been es
tablished in the chief of tint l'elew
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL pcrtons who want to communi
cate witli the Poitugucsc, either
tur business, or for procuring workmen,
strvauts or any other helps, will Unit It
the most prolltable way to .advertise in
tho Luso Jlawailaiio, tho now organ of
tho Porutitueso colony, which is pub.
fished on Merchant stucl, Gaxrttc Build,
lug, (Post.Olllco Letter Box H.), and
only charges leason.iblc latcs for adver
tlsement VOLCANO ROUTE.
liter's StisMp Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
18th, and tlicncu on the first Monday
following: the arrival of tho Alameda
and MaiTposa on the 8th nnd 22nd of
The HlcamiTl&litiiu will make thu
Volcano Trip, reaching Kcauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two liny and two nights at the Volcano
When tho 8th and 22nd of tho mouth
fall on Monday, 'the Kitiau will leave
S3T Tickets for Iho Round Trip. $50, which
pays all Charges..-!!
The ICiiiun will arrive in Honolulu
Siuidav mornings on Volcano Tilps. On
Hllo Trip, will leave Honolulu on
Tucdjys, aud return Faturduv morn
ings. WILDUU'S STMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1835. 124 tf
By order of C. Brewer it Co , we will
sell at public auction, at our salesroom,
OF MONDAY, OCT. 'A6, '85,
At 12 o'clock noon, unless, disposed of
at private tale,
Of the Cipltal Stock of the Paulina
Sugar Company. Par Value ?10
Capital, S 170,000
In loti to Milt purchasers.
Said ;i,1'J") Mi.uis beinir hold by faid
('. Brei er & Co. a- collateral heciirity to
note of .Ioiki. Austin, dated Apiil lM.
IfcSI, for :?;2i:b.01, and wild :i,82:t
Shares u: i nlluicnil to nolo of S. L. Aus
tin, dated April 1st, 18S4, for 22,1 ft),
both of said notes being ovcidue.
RST For further patlculni.. applv to
F. M. Hatch.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
144 lfit Auctioneers.
Vill be open every afternoon and even,
ing as follows:
ilny nml Katurdny KvcntngH.
To the public in general.
For ladiei aud gentlemen.
For ladic, gentlemen and cbildien.
Friday aud Saturday Eeninga; also, at
the Tuesday Matinee.
COMING ! COMING ! COMING !
November 8th, 1880,
Prof. .A. 3?. DEMISnS,
Being Hit! Champion Roller Skater of
England, France and Canada, he oilerb
a Standing Challongo of 1,000 to any
professioeal who will equal him In
Trick and fancy Roller Skating.
Prof. Dcmer.V exhibitions consists of
over 203 moeiuciits of tho most dllll.
cult, original, novel and astounding
feats evor attempted, tmch ns lila won.
derful spin from one to two mlnutCH
milking, from two to thrco hundred io.
volutions, and other tricks too numcr.
ous to mention,
C2T Remember AVondor.s never cease;
his wonderful acts must bo seen to be
T1IOS. K. WALL, Manager.
My Book of Instruction,
irn 1 a Mn Tilt
E SILK WORM,"
oilu hiu trie;
Gives all necessary information.
Price, Twt'iity-i'IVB CciiIh per ropy.
Silk Worm Eggs, Reels, Trees, Cut-
tings, Seeds, &c., for
lowist market rates.
sale at the very
Tlicrmomotcr and Daromotcr Combined
For Uho of Silk. Raisers, frin by mall
only "!5 cents.
I will bo pleased to glvu information
to correspondent)! who apply by lcitcr,
inclosing two-cent stamp lor reply.
Hiici'Imi'ii Itnxi-H of CoronuH A. Heel
ed Nlllc, il!i C'eutH.;
Hone but nrllclesof tho first quality sold
AddicHs all communications to
Miss Nollie Lincoln Rossiter,
Practical Silk Culturlst,
New Lisbon, Burlington Co,
aU NEW JEHBEY.
YosemitB Mi ml
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for salo immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant St.;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sis.:
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel St.
pOMFORTABLE Cottage, No. 03
v Fort Street ; $20 a month ; suitable
for 2 gentlemen. Applv to
151 gw E. P. ADAM S.
JSheiuby given that from nnd after
this date Jlcssrs. C. Boltc and Geo.
If. Robertson are the only persons an.
thonzed to collect nnj- money', rents,
etc., for me. MAMA. A. BOYD.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1883. 152 Ot
Toys mid Other
Arc oll'eied foi Hale, to airlvu per
c. n: nisbop, by
152 II. Iluelil-elrt & Co. lw
large Kjar irr.sn
FOR SALE BY
E. P. ADAMS & CO.
J P. SILVA, or Kipaliulti nnd Kaupo
Mimi, has this day made an at
dignment of all his t roperty for the
benciit of his ci editors to S. SELIO and
C. HOLTE. All moneys due J. P. Sllvu
must bo paid immediately, and all
claims against Silva must be presented
promptly to C. BOLTE, ) . . ,
Honolulu, Oct. til, 1S35. fi2 lw
9 K HEALTHY native men wanted to
iO ship on a Ranch on nawali at
once. Good wages will be offered. All
arrangements forshippingnnd advances
will be regulated at my ofllcc. Apply
io .iuo. t;. vt lSfcjiA-N,
General Business Agent.
Campbell's Block. 15 lw
. I lie premises at Xo. 42 Jfei-
ichant street, near the corner of
it on street, centrally located
in the business part of the city. Suita.
hie for a LAW OFFICE, or nnv other
kind of business. Bent low. Enquire
of DR . STANGE N W A LD .
Per Sienmer, via Panama,
A Full Assortment of Supeiior
Provisions & Groceries.
For Sale at
F. A. Selmeicr & Co.'s.
Ice Cream Parlor
Imlii's Block, Kill Si.
Finn AHHorliiu'iil of
Candies & Cake
AJ-vriiyN on Ilfiiul
HAVING obtained tho services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, we wish
to inform tho public that wo aro ablo to
Tuno and Repair Pianos at Miort notice.
All orders left with us will bo promptly
attended to, aud all work warranted.
1032 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST,
Hooks and Accounts neatly and correct
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Otllcu with llustaeo & Ho.
bertbon. 6'.) If
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
21'8 and 830 Fort Street,
Honolulu, . . Hawaiian If,
. w. H . PAGE. Proprietor.