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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, lSS.'i.
Bktne W II Dimoncl fiom S F
Stmr C R Bishop from Punaluu
Selir Luahl for Hannlcl
Sclir ICulatnanu from Koholalele
VESSELS 111 PORT.
AVh Cape Horn Pigeon. Felly
Bit Jupiter. Jones
Bktne Eureka, Lee
Bkttus Amelia, Newhall
Fiom San FrancNco, per bktne AV II
Dimond, Oct21 Chas A Kiistcorn, Mrs
Chns A. Tnslrorn, Lama Tusteorii, AV G
Smith, J Mai tin, .1 Armour.
For Waimca and Nawillwili, Kauai,
pur steamer Planter, Oct 'JO 0 II
freeUi, Mrs 11 Gucrioio. .1 Fargaroo-s
O Borohgrcvlnk, Chns ICoelllng, A 1)
Hanneberir, A Ciopp, It A Maelle. Jr,
Mrs II 0 Ulukou, and about 01 deck.
For Windward Poits, per stmr Klmiu.
Oct 'JO His Ex Gov .) O Domlnls, U
Rycroft, F. B Uonant and wife, 1) R
Vida, II Turton, wife and son, lion G
AV Pllipo, J N Kalalkawaha, lion .T AV
Kiilua, F l'alua, .T VIorra and wife, T AV
Everett, D McKenzlc, T Forsyth, and
about 1-tO deck.
From Windward Ports, per steamer
AV G Hall, Oct 20 l'linccss Llkelikc,
Princess Kntulanl, Col (J II .lucid. Miss
G E Gardiner, Mrs .1 AV Robcitsnn, J
Una, AV G Lane, Mrs AVIddclleld, Master
H Beeklcy, It Zlegler, Mrs E BccRley,
E A Bielenbcig, C Johnson, Thomas
Anderson, J Lewis and 07 deck.
The bktue Eureka will dock to-inoi-iow
morning to take in some wool.
The steamer AV G Hall brought 1(371
bags of suuar, 502 bags of awa, 12 bags
of coffee, 30 head of cattle, 20 hogs. 2
horses, 42 sks of coin (about $(i,000),
and 201! pkgs of sundries. She sails on
Friday at 3 ru.
The bktne AV II Dimond, Capt Houd
lett, arrived tills morning 18 days from
San Fianciseo. She brought 153 hogs,
1 hoi-he, 1 horse, GOO sks of flour, fcOO
sks of bran, 325 sks of meal1 300 sks of
barley, 200 bbls of lime, etc. She is
consigned to Irwin & Co, and is docked
at the Esplanade.
LOCAL GENERAL NEWS.
AIu. Levey will hold a re
cash sale to-morrow.
Go and see Prince Bungeroo bal
ance washtubs on his shoe.
Battalion drill to-night accom
' panicd by the Royal Hawaiian Band.
Nolti: announces that he will have
oysters, as usual, by the steamer to
morrow. Foist street, from Merchant
King, is an advertisement of one
the filthiest towns in Christendom.
Lewis & Co. will have the usual
line of luxuries in vegetables, fruit
and fresh fish by thu Alameda to
morrow. Peoi-le supplied with water from
the lower Niiuanu reservoir will find
an interesting notice in the adver
A selected article on "Tower
Electric-Lighting" in jestcrday's
Bulletin' should attract the atten
tion of our rulers and people.
"How's business?" said the re
porter. "See for yourself," replied
the merchant, pointing to a wilder
ness of dry goods, and no customer
within a mile of the shop.
When the steamer AV. G. Hall
arrived in the harbor yesterday after
noon, the ensign of Princess Kaiu
lani was hoisted on the main-mast.
The flag is red and white stripes with
a gold crown in the center.
Six young men and nine ladies
attended Prof. Yarndley's music
class last evening. If the students
of harmony catch a little of the Pro
fessor's enthusiasm, we'll hear from
A few more of the fruit trees
varieties soursop, jujube, custard
apple, white htar apple, etc. re
main at the Government nursery,
and persons engaging to cultivate
them can procure orders for their
delivery from Mr. Jaeger, Kaahu
In tho Civil Court yesterday
Kanakaole, Kalawaia, Pelenapa,
Kaulukou, Ilookoea, Nohunohu and
Keaupuni were chnrged by tho I. I.
S. N. Co. with deserting contract
labor. The first two were lined with
costs 88 each, and the rest ordered
to return to their employers.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral this
evening Rev. Georgp Arallacc will
deliver a brief lecture. Tho subject
nt Fort Street Church will bo "Keep
ing the Tongue," Jas. 3. "The
Test and Privileges of Love to
Christ," John M: 21, is tho theme
for tho Bethel Union meeting.
Ihs Majesty lia3 tendered u com
plimentary concert by the Iloynl
Hftwaiinu Hand, to the Ftuinl opera
company and other guests by tho
steamer, nt tho Hawaiian Hotel to
morrow evening. Mr. Graham 1ms
caught on to the idea with enthu
siasm, and is going to make the
grand fabric resplendent with colored
lights and illumination.
The White House, 118 Nuunnu
Avenue, which, under the manage
ment of Mrs. J. T. White, lias been
long and favorably known, lias just
been sold to Air. Joseph Vicrra.
Air. and Airs. Vicrra will continue
the management of the House on
the plan and terms of their predeces
sors. Air. and Arts. White contem
plate a shoib season of travel, in
cluding a visit to their Eastern home
in New Yoik, and expect to return
by the middle of January.
O.ve hundred and fifty-three hogs
arrived by the W. II. Dimond tins
this morning for Richard Gcrkc.
Notwithstanding the quick passage
and good weather, the importer of
the live pork by the Dimond this
trip seems to have been rather un
lucky, as 32 of the hogs died durum
the passage. By the same vessel
Air. L. C. Abies received a fine bay
horse. Two fly wheels, one bed
plate, two bed frames, two rollers
and shafts and two gear wheels for
Koloa plantation, Kauai, also came
bv the W. II. Dimond.
AIns. It. Love has a Cottage
let on Fort Street, above Kukui.
L. Adi.ek begs to inform the pub
lic that he has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
Just received u well selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, dircctfrom
Winsor& Newton, London, per bark
Oriente. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 10fi 3t
THE QUEEN'S OWN.
The Queen's Own paraded in re
view order last evening before their
AInjestics the King and Queen.
Captain O'Connor commanded. The
companies were drawn up in line at
open order. After the royal salute,
the command were put through the
manual and firing exercises; firing
by companies, volleys, file and
ranks, standing and kneeling;
marching by column of platoon in
quick and double time, and forming
rallying squares were the movements
executed. His Alajcsty was pleased
to express himself as gratified with
the appearance of the men and the
creditable manner in which the evo
lutions were performed. After the
royal salute the command marched
back to their armory.
SUPREME COURT OCTOBER TERM.
Wednesday, Oct. 21st.
The Com t opened this morning at
10 o'clock. There were present on
the bench Judd, C. J. ; McCully and
Preston, J J. ; William Foster,
Clerk ; J. M. Sopcr, Marshal ; and
the foreign jurors.
Mr. AV. R. Castle, on behalf of
Mr. S. B. Dole, presents, and Mr.
Paul Neumann, Attorney-General,
seconds, the following order with
reference to the death of John Rus
sell, Esq. :
"John Russell, a member of the
bar in good standing, having on the
17th day -of October, A. D. 1885,
departed this life, now on motion
made by S. B. Dole, Esq., on be
half of the members of the Hono
lulu Bar, it is ordered that after the
regular business of this da' this
Court adjourn out of respect to the
memory of the late John Russell, that
this order be entered on the minutes
of the Court; and that the clerk
deliver a certified copy thereof to
S. B. Dole, Esq., to be sent to the
relatives of the deceased."
After remarks by Mr. M. Thomp
son and Chief Justice Judd, the
Court directs that the order be en
tered on the minutes.
George Summers was tried for
burglary by the foreign jury before
Chief Justice Judd, the Attorney
General conducting tho case for the
Crown, and J. A. Magoon for coun
sel for the defendant. The defen
dant was sentenced to imprisonment
at hard labor ono year and to pay a
fine of 810.
The next case was an appeal
from tho Police Justice's decision
on a charge of gaming by Chock
Hoon. Antone Rosa for the At
torney General, prosecuting. Kin
ney and Peterson for the defendant.
The case is being tried befoi'e the
In the trespass suit of Ami and
Alau vs. Wagner, reported yester
day, the verdict was given for the
Not far short of a thousand peo
ple gathered in the tent of tho Royal
Australian Circus, completely filling
tho seats, for the opening perform
ance last evening. Seldom, if ever,
was an audience more thoroughly
satislied with the redemption of pro
misc3 made in tho programme. Every
number was cheered to the echo.
The entree was a Mexican cavalcade
of six spirited horses, that were
skilfully guided through the figures
of a quadrille. Prince Bungeroo
gave ti marvellous exhibition of pedal
balancing. Each successive feat left
the audience in open-mouthed won
derment as to what next violation of
the law of gravitation would be at
tempted. The law of gravity was
terribly shocked also, for a roar of
laughter and applause followed every
now antic a big board was made to
perform on the toes of the recumbent
balancer. Later in the evening the
Prince- gave another exhibition with
a big tub and several little ones, as
sisted by his son, whose balancing
himself on top of and within tho tub
was only excelled by the great
strength and skill of his parent in
supporting tho pile. Aliss Ruby
Hcarsdalc on the trapeze produced
startling sensations with her hazar
dous but graceful exploits. Jack
Cousens showed himself to be a
thorough bareback rider, and his
five-horse act was a dashing scene.
"Young Australia," on his stallion
pony Richmond, was as much at
homo on the bounding steed as an
Indian of the plains. Geo. Ale
Donald gave a fair exhibition in
wire-walking, and his trained pigeons
were a delightful diversion. Tho
ground and lofty tumbling by a
half-dozen or so of the company,
some of them very youthful, was
marked by agility and suppleness
never surpassed in a single show.
A feature of this circus is the jolly
good-humor constantly beaming in
the performers' faces. Joe Kitchi
gave a very neat performance in
Japanese necromancy. Cusco, the
clown, kept the audience shaking
with laughter throughout the many
parts where he came in, and there
was a conspicuous absence of the
ancient flavor about his jests and
byplay. The closing piece, a comic
equestrian scene, "Sir Wm. Button's
ride to Bradford," introducing the
kicking pony "Fosco" and the gray
mare "Princess," had some racy
dialogue and most ludicrous acting.
It proved successful in sending the
audience out in a very mirthful
mood. Nothing but admiration of
the whole performance was heard
from the dispersing throng. The
Royal Australian Circus is the best
cure for the blues that has reached
the coral strand in a long time.
There will probably be an immense
It is now said that the revolution
in Roumelia was planned in St.
Petersburg with the assent of Aus
tria, under an agreement made at
the Kremsicr interview, according to
the terms of which Austria is at
liberty to annex Bosnia and Herze
govina. If the Porte should threaten
to adopt violent measures, Russia,
it is said, will intervene in favor of
Roumelia. Prince Alexander has
assumed sovereignty over the two
provinces of North and South Bul
garia. "I am just as much opposed to
tippling as anybody," said Fender
son; "but, nevertheless, liquor
rightly used is a blessing to human
ity. AVhen I was ill last winter, 1
actually believe it saved my life."
Fogg Very likely ; but how does
that prove that liquor is a blessing
to humanity? Boston Transcript.
WATER ! WATER 1
WATER will be SHUT off from tho
Lower Xuuanu Reservoir on
FRIDAY, Oct. 2Jrd, from 7 a.m. to 2 r.
m. Per order, C.B.WILSON,
Superintendent AValer AVorks.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, lSS-1?. 150 2
AGE UMAX and wife, bearing good
iccommcndntions, wants employ
ment. Man understands Garden work
and Horses. AVoman understands Houso
woik nnd Sewing; couple nged about
SO, and respectable looking people.
Apply to J. E. AV1SEMAN,
150 4t General Business Agent.
Two Horses Lost.
ONE Gray Horse, branded FII; an
other, Sorrel, branded NF. Any
person able to give information of their
whereabouts, please communicate with
S. O. NAKAYAMA.
2.10 Bcretania Street. 150 St
Oysters ! Oysters !
Eastern Oysters !
To-morrow, by tho S.S, Alameda.
II. J. NOLTE.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The Fine Iron Barque
NOVE.AIliER O Hi,S
For low ratei of Freight, apply to
16(1 17t THEO. II, I)ArlES CO.
Attention ! Honolulu Rifles.
OFFICERS and Members of the
above command are ordered to
report at their Armory on
WEDNESDAY EVENING, at
7 o'clock sharp, in fatiguo uni
form, for battulion drill. By
AV- II. ALDRIOH,
153 Captain Commanding.
THE Stockholders of the Honolulu
Ice AVork Co. will meet nt the
onicn o'BS. G. AVildcr. in Honolulu, on
FBI DAY, Oct. 2, lasn, nt 2 o'clock p.
m , for the purpose of Dislncorpornlion.
All Stockholders are requested to pic
sent their Ceitlficatcs ol .Shares In tho
Honolulu Ice AVorks Co. for c.chango.
15621 A. McAVAYKE, BecV
Koloa Sugar Co., Incorporated.
(CAl'ITAI, STOCK TAID UP).
AT the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Koloa Sugar Co.
held nt Honolulu, Oct. 19, 1835, the fob
lowing named ott'eers were elected for
one year and until their successors shall
AV. E. Anion Ciior-i President
Adolf Haneiieiio Vice-President
Ciias. M. Cooke Secretary
.1. P. II'CKi'ELD Ticasurer
K. Mullen Auditor
All of whom accepted office.
OH AS. M.COOKE,
Secretary of thu Koloa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1885. 100 3t
Regular Cash Sale.
On FRIDAY, Oct. S3rd,
At 10 a. in., at our Salesrooms, will bo
sold, at auction, Dry Goods, Clothing.
Crockery, Glas3wnrc, Tinware, and
Groconcs. Bbls. Salmon, Bags No. 1
Sugar, California Potatoes and Onion',
a largo assortment, of Cane and AVnoil
Scat Ofllce and Dining Itoom Chairs;
alto a line lot of Household Fumltuie
removed to our Salesroom for conveni
ence of Sale, in good order and almost
new, eonsistine in part of Bedroom Set,
IW Chairs, BW Centre Table, UV
Extension Dining Table, Crockery,
Glassware, &c, &z., Good Cooking
Stove and Utensils. Also, a fine lot of
Plants and Ferns from the nursery of
Antono George; also at 12, noon, will be
offered a very line Saddle Horse, about
7 years old, native bred, perfectly sound
and gen'le, a splendid Ladies';! Horse.
Also, a Light Open AVagon, Sewing
Machines, and lot of Pictures.
LYONS & COHEN,
Regular Cash Sale
Saturday, Oct. 24th,
At 10 a. in.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Also, bpeeiai bale, to cloe consign
ments, 2 cs table Blackberries, !! as table pru
nes, 20 cs table peaches, 4 cs Ger
man prune, -I cs damson plums, :i
cs white cherries, 2 es green gage.
2 cs assorted table fruits, 4 cs as
sorted pic fruits, 5 es tomato kat
sup, 1 cs jollies, 7 cs Chow-chow, 1
cs Piccalille, 2 cs pepper.
AKo, to close consignment",
An invoice of shovels and Spades.
Also. Sacks Sugar, Sacks Potatoes.
Refrigerator and other Furniture.
Also, 1 Saddle Mule, kind and gentle.
ADAMS & CO.,
At the residence cf MRS. AVM.
OLIPUANT, No. : Kukui Place,
On MONDAY, Oct. 20th,
At 10 a. m., will be sold
Tie Honseli Furnitare
IN PART AS FOLLOWS:
Black Walnut Lounge, Ccnlet Table,
BAV Parlor Chairs, What Not,
Hanging Lamps, A Vail Brackets,
Shades, Books, 1 new Singer Sewing
Machine, In fine order;
Curtains and Cornices, Pletuicn,
Kerosene Lamp-,, II. AV. Marhlctop
Chamber Set, vi.: Bedstead, Bu
reau, AVahstand, Table, Towel
itacK, 'J. (Jliairs anil Jtockcr.
Spriug Mattresses. M. Nct, Bedsteads,
Pillow Shams, &c, Blankets, Towels,
Wardrobe and Bureau, Single Bed,
AVnsbstand, Sheets, Clothes Basket.
2 Meat Safes, Bath Tub, Bird Cage,
Palls, B. AAr. Extension Dining Ta
ble, Crockery and Glassware, Table
Cloths, iy. do, ivory handle table
knives, Z do, plated tabic forks, iy.
doz plated tea t-poons, Kijchpn Stove
and kltchcnware, Table, pails, sink.
1.1(1 It E. P. ADAMS & CO., Auct'rs.
At tho residence of Mr. J. M. Oat, Ku
kui St., on acounl of depaiturr,
will lie wold, on
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 28th,
At 10 a.m., the
Entire Household Furniture
Hair Cloth Lounec Plush Bed Lounge,
UAV Cano Seat Chairs, Pictures,
Curtains and Cornices,
Large Canter Rug, BW Centre Table,
Bedroom Set, Complete,
Wlieeler & Wilson Sewing Machine,
BAV Extension Dining Table,
GlHS'twaro and Crockery, Plated AVare,
1 Union Cooking Range, Meat Safe,
Bath Tub, etc., etc.
150 Ot E. A, ADAMS & CO.; Auct'rs
To Lot Furnished,
AT KllrtUiu, Kauai, a comfortable
House and Cottage eminently suita
ble for ii family ut-hlng to spend a
tbort time in thu couutiy. . Apply to
ISO tf ICilaiu a Sugar Co., Kauni.
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
share will be paid to the Share
holders of the Intcr-lslnnd Steam Nnvl.
gation Co. at their ofllce, on Saturday,
Oct. 10, 1885. .1. ENA,
Sec'y 1. 1. S. N. CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 8, 1885. 145 8t
A PORTUGUESE, knowing all the
different treatment of grapevines,
trimming, cultivating and curing the
disorders of the plant, oilers ills services
to any ono who may vant htm. Ho lias
to sell some different kinds of vine.
Apply to M. A. G ON SALVES & Co.,
151, WAS, lui Queen Street.
'"pilE C.ibin Passage per Steamers of
X the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co. will be at half rates from Oct. 17th
to Nov. :trd, or during the Signor A.
Farinl's Opera Season." Per order,
148 2w .1. ENA, See'y 1. 1. 3. N. Co. SI
TO LET or LEASE.
COTTAGE on King street, seven
rooms, including bathroom; a
stable in rear; artesian water laid; front
and back vard. llcnl moderate. Apply
to A. FERNANDEZ,
145 tf At E. O. Hall & Son's.
filSer's Stisliip Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thence on the llrbt Monday
following the arrival of the Alameda
and Mariposa on the 8th and 22nd of
The steamer Tii:nn will make the
Tolcano Trip, reaching iveauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nights at tho Volcano
AVhen the Sth and 22nd of thu month
fall on Moiiilay,"t!ic Iviimu will leave
Z3T Tickals for tho Round Trip. $50. which
pays all Chargcs."a
The Kin a n will arrive in Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On
Hllo Tiips, will leave Honolulu on
TucsdavF, and return Fatunlnv morn
ing. ' AVILDEIVS STMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1S35. 124 tf
By order of C. Brewer & Co., we will
sell at public audio, at our salesrooms,
ON MONDAY, OCT. 26,
o'clock noon, unless disposed
jilt private talc,
Of the Capital Stock of the Paulcaa
Sugar Company. Par Value $10
Capital, S 170,000
In lot3 to suit purchasers.
Said 3,125 Shares being held by said
C. Brcner & Co. as collateral security to
note of Joan. Austin, dated April 1st,
1881, for ?,lt8.01, and said 3,823
Shares as collateral to note of S. L. Aus
tin, dated April 1st, 1881, for 22,138,
both of said notes beine; overdue
tST For further patlculars apply to
F. M. Hatch.
YounitB SMi ,
AVill be open evjry afternoon and even,
ing as follows:
day and Kutui'clny KvcnlugM.
To the public in general.
For ladles and gentlemen.
for ladies, gentlemen and children.
Friday anil Situnlay Evenings; also, at
tho Tuesday Mallnco.
COMING ' COMING ! COMING
Prof. A. T DEMERS,
Being tho Champion Roller Skater of
England, Franco and Canada, ho odors
a Standing Challenge of $1,000 to any
professional who will equal him In
Trick and Fancy Holler Skating.
Prof, Demers' exhibitions conslstB of
over 200 movements of tho most dilll.
cult, original, novel and astounding
feats over attempted, Mich as bin won.
derful spin from ono to two ininuteH
making, from li o to three hundred re.
volutions, and other tricks too niimer.
ous to mention.
C3T Remember AVonders nover cease;
his wonderful acts must bo seen to be
TIIOS. E. AVALL, Manager.
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for sale immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant St.;
Mctsrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sis,:
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotol St.
CIOMFOHTAULE Cottage, No. 203
for 2 gentlemen. Applv to
1S1 2w . P. ADAMS.
FS heieby given that from and after
JL tliis date Messrs. C. Bolte and Geo.
11. Robertson arc the only persons all.
thnmed to collect any moneys, rents,
etc., for me. MAMA A. 110YD.
Honolulu, Oct. 14, 18S5. 152 Gt
Toys mid Othei-
Aro offered for Snip, to arrive per
C. 11. Itisliop, by
lo2 II. Iluclcl'old &, Co. lw
Goluliia River Salmon !
LARGE RED 3TIWI-T !
FOR SALE BY
E. P. ADAMS & CO.
Jl SILVA, or ICipahulu and Kaupo
Maui, ban tills day made an ns
slgument of all his property fur thu
benefit of his ci editors to S. SELIG and
O. IiOLTE. All moneys due J. P. Silva
must be paid immediately, and all
claims against Silva must be presented
promptly to u bULi'K, !.,..
J S.KRI.TO. iAss,enecs-
Honolulu, Oct. 13, IBS.".
HEALTHY nntlvo men wanted to
ship on a Ranch on Hawaii at
oace. Good wages will be offered. All
arrangements forshippingnnd advances
will be regulated at my nfllnc. Apply
to JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Aeent.
Campbell's Block. 15 lw
The premises at No. -12 Mer-
icnnnt street, near the corner or
itoit street, centrally located
in tho business part of the city. Suita
ble for a LAW OFFICE, or anv other
kind of business. Rent low- Enquire
of DR. STANGENAVALD.
Per Steamer, via Panama,
A Full Assortment of Superior
Provisions & Groceries.
For Sale at
F. A. Seliaelbr & Co.'s.
IELLER & HALBE'S
Ice Cream Parlor
Lincoln's Block, King st.
A I.'lno AKHOi-dticiit of
Candies & Cake'
I'-AJwuvm ou Hand
HAVING obtained thu services of a
llrst-class Piano Tuner, we -w ish
to inform the public that wo are able to
Tuno and Repair Pianos at t-Iiort notice.
All orders left with us will bu promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1033 ly AVEST, DOAV & CO.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correet
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Office with Hustuco Ro
bertson. 89 tf !
Honolulu Carriage Manufact'y
228 and 230 Fort Street,
Honolulu, . . Hawaiian Is,
AV, II. FAOE. Proprietor.
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