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THURSDAY, OCT. 2D," 1885.
Stun- W a Hall from Wlmlwuiil Toils
Sclir Catorlua for Wnliniiualu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr 0 It Bishop for Kapnu
Sclir Jtnlnbovv for Koolau
Schr Ilnleaknla for Popcokoo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Wh Capo Horn l'igcon. Kelly
Ilk Jupiter, Jones
SS Alaincd.i, Molsc
Ilktno XV II Dlinond, Houd'ett
Mlslonarv bktue Morning Star, 1 Bray
Ilk Lady ilarwood, Wllllain
Uk Ceylon, Ca houii
Sclir Hcrtha Minor, liavcii
From Windward Ports, per steamer
V G Hall, Oct 20-Ki'V .1 Taylor and
wife, Mrs II N Dowsett and etilld, Miss
Widilellcld, Mis M E Green, 31 AGon
sulvcs and wife, C A Allona, Mrs
Sohracder, Mrs A Burgess, 31 G Ross,
I) N Xaniallon and wile, 1) L Wales &
The stinr W G Hnll brought :t,53:i bgs
of sugar, 413 bags of awa, 22 bags of
coffee, 1 horse, 4 hogs, 20 sacks of coin,
and 174 pkgs of sundries. She is one
day ahead of her schedule time with
sugar for the Alameda.
Tim steamer Lchua will have a new
boiler put In licr In January next. It
has already been ordeied at'Sau Fran
cisco. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TiiEitnV music in the air.
Kr.UKAitsAi. choral niul quintette
clubs, 7.30 this evening, at the
Tin; laying of the new water pipes
at the Branch Hospital will bo
List of new ofllcers of llonokaa
Sugar Co., elected to-day, appears
in an advertisement.
A Chinaman was killed in Palolo
Valley yesterday by the premature
discharge of a blast. .
Messiis. Lyons & Cohen announce
a varied list of goods to be offered
at their regular cash sale to-morrow.
Tin; earthen crust of the King
street bridge is worn off in big
patches, making a very rough pas
sage for carriages.
Tiicnu will be music at the Yose
mite skating rink to-morrow even
ing. Dancing will be added if the
majority present desire it.
The new six-oared boat of the
Myrtle Club has been named the
"Alice M.," after a lady who has
just become an honorary member.
Tin: superintendent of the Water
Works says that, since the publica
tion of scarcity of water at Makiki,
rain in that vicinity has been
Tin: steamer W. G. Hall brings
news of fine weather in the channel
and about Hawaii and Maui. Mrs.
Jas. I. Dowsett, Jr., returned to
Honolulu by this steamer.
Look, out for the Bulletin semi
monthly summary to-morrow. Or
ders for extra copies should be in
by ten o'clock a. m. Wc hope to
get to press by 3:15 v. m.
. 1 m
Cm:uiTons of C "Williams, bank
rupt, get twelve and seven-eighth
cents in the dollar. An application
for his discharge will be heard in
the Supreme Court on Tuesday,
Nov. 17th. -
Tin: Hawaiian Hotel was photo
graphed from several points yester
day afternoon by Mr. J. Williams.
The views will bo .sent to Australia
by the next steamer to advertise
What the doctor says. To pre
vent nervous headache resulting
from sitting up all night writing to
friends abroad. Dose, the Daily
Bulletin fortnightly summary, one
copy to each correspondent.
A nu.mw:h of Portuguese came by
the steamer W. G. Hull this after
noon. They had worked out their
contracts on the plantations, and
somo had gone to the other islands
in search of work without success.
Mi'.-Mth. K. P. Adams & Co. sold
a largo and varied lot of goods at
their regular cash sale to-day. A
consignment of harness brought
inodcrato prices, and the bidding in
general was no slacker than tho
Tin: Sistors of St. Andrew's
Priory, with their pupils numbering
over a hundred, were- shown over
the Palace and grounds yesterday
afternoon, by tho kind permission
of His Majesty Mr. Isaao Kaiaina,
Adjutant of tho Household, acting
TiiEitu will be no performance of
the Circus to-night or to-morrow,
- - ' ' - nrr
but two performances on Saturday.
On that evening King Kalakaua will
attend the show. A successful per
formance to a fair tent was given
Passenoeus destined for tho Ame
rican overland journey all seem to
favor the Great Burlington Route,
for which Mr. J. E. Wiseman is
agent. The general agent on the
Coast, Mr. Thos. D. McKay, is
about as well-known here as in his
Mn, Wiseman lias advices of the
coming of the "Merry-Makers"
from Fiji by the November boat.
Wash Norton is manager, and Ma
dame Rita and John Badeliff, who
have a favorable record in both
operatic and comic performances,
are in tho troupe.
A citizen has complained to our
reporter that the scavengers from
the prison, employed in cleaning
the streets, are doing their work
very slovenly. They merely scrape
off the loose dirt, and do not scoop
out the drains nor clear the side
walks of cumbering vegetation.
The same gentleman considers that
nothing short of a thorough quar
terly street-cleaning will be satis
factory. Mn. MoitGAN introduced a poll
parrot to his audience in Messrs.
E. P. Adams & Co.'s salesroom this
morning, with the testimony that it
was highly educated and free from
all the vices of civilization. The
auctioneer, however, could not
vouch for the accomplished and ex
emplary bird's politics, which was
a fatal mistake in view of the ap-,
proaching elections, and no satis
factory bid was given.
At the adjourned meeting of the
Honolulu Boating Association last
evening it was voted to have but one
turning point in the races of the
lGth. The motion was carried by
six votes to five, and as dissatisfac
tion was evident the motion may be
reconsidered at the next meeting.
There was considerable discussion
about rules and the racing courses.
The meeting adjourned at 11 o'clock
until next Monday night.
Ari-EAHANCES indicate that the
Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club will
fail to bring a six-oared crew to the
front on November lGth. One of
the members says there are six men
now in practice, who, if they joined
hands, would give a good account
of the Club even if they did not win.
Some impatience for the appearing
of the programme is being mani
fested in boating circles. Only
three weeks remain till the regatta,
which is little enough time for the
particulars to be known.
A gentleman, handed in, this
morning, a solution of the "Problem
for the Curious" which appeared in
yesterday's reprint selections. The
division of the liquor is effected by
six separate changes commencing
with the eight gallon keg full, and
the three and live empty, and stand
ing in the order of 8 (full) 5
(cmpt3') 3 (empty). After each
change, the number of gallons in
the kegs, arranged in this manner,
will be respectively: 3, 5, 0; 3, 2,
3; C, 2, 0;G, 0, 2:1, 5, 2; 1,4, 3.
1 in i
The first regular meeting of the
Bethel Social Union, under the
amended constitution, was held last
evening, Mr. Henderson, President,
in the chair. At a previous meet
ing held on the 20th inst., it was
resolved to amend the clause of the
constitution relating to membership,
by constituting all members of the
congregation members of the Social
Union. The revised constitution
and by-laws will bo printed and dis
tributed among the members. It
was resolved to hold tho next social
at 7.30 o'clock p. m., Tuesday,
November 17th, in the Sunday
Last night's performance of the
opera company consisted of sacred
music. The audience was very
small, but tho singers heroically
went through their numbers, ac
quitting themselves on the whole
with credit. To-night tho concert
opens with tho sextette from Doni
zetti's "Lucia," and the second
part will bo tho entire third act of
Gounod's grand opera "Faust."
Mr. Robert Love, manuger of the
Jtoyai Australian Circus, has gen
erously tendered his assistance in
the benefit to bo given Mr. Charles
Thrower to-morrow evening. Ho is
a practiced musician, tenor being
his forte in vocalism.
His Excellency George W. Mer
rill, U. S. Minister Resident, has
investigated the case of Minnio
Delaney, detained in the Station
House, and satisfied himself that
the Deputy Marshal was only per
forming his duty. The girl will bo
sent to her homo in Nevada by Sat
urday's steamer. The accusation
against her is petty larceny, but it
is supposed she purposely made
herself liable to the charge in order
to escape from the employment of
the man Lttdzowicke, who was fined
$200 the other day for selling liquor
without a license. This base fellow,
who has a sort of variety shop on
- i .
Queen street, engaged the girl, she
says, for house service, but dis
covered that her employer was ac
tuated by vile motives.
Mns. It. Lovu has a Cottage to
let on Fort Street, above Kukui.
We have a good stock of brass,
ebony and walnut pole cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 10 1 3t
GOLD IMPORTED BY BISHOP & GO.
Following is a statement of the
gold imported by Messrs. Bishop &
Co., bankers, from Jan. 1st, 1885,
Jan. 8 8 20,000
Feb. 0 25,000
Mar. 0 25,000
April 8 25,000
" 22 25,000
May 8 50,000
June 8 25,000
" 22 25,000
July 22 25,000
" 22 25,000
Sept. 22 40,000
Oct. 8 25,000
SUPREME COURT-OCTOBER TERM.
Wednesday, Oct. 28th.
Judd, C. J., Presiding. Hawai
ian jurors in attendance.
Kela (w.) and others, vs. Faliu
ilima and others j action for eject
ment. Kinney & Peterson for
plaintiffs ; S. B. Dole for defendants.
Verdict for plaintiffs for two-thirds
of the land ; defendants to have the
In the bankruptcy of Charles
Williams. It was ordered that the
accounts of W. C. Parke, assignee,
be approved, and he discharged.
Thursday, Oct. 29th.
Judd, C. J., presiding.
H. Riemenschnicder vs. Wm. Ka
Iaehao, trover. Ashford & Ashford
for plaintiff. S. B. Dole for de
fendant. Foreign jurors, drawn yesterday,
by consent, arc in attendance, as
follows: E. A. Williams, F. Darling,
P. Mclnerny, W. II. Aldrich, E. W.
Jordon, E. Kistlcr. Hawaiian jurors
drawn from the panel in attendance,
as follows : J. Kaeha, F. Keliinoho-
Kanae, Kckahea, J. W.
Tiidksday, Oct. 2!)th.
The SG's to-day for drunks, are
entered opposite the names of Mile
huli and D. Liha. Win. Kahlbaum
was fined $5 and S3 costs, for
violating express rule No. G.
THE OLDEST SAILOR.
The two oldest naval beneficiaries
in the country walked together
across the lawn at the Naval Asylum
on Gray's Ferry road, Philadelphia,
blithe and quite joyous and lively
under the inlluence of the Septem
ber sun's rays. One, a white haired
man, with a rugged face, bronzed
and wrinkled, lighted by bright
gray eyes ; the other, a sleek-coated
horse, black as a raven, who ambled
beside his companion. Tho first
was Nathaniel Sarvis, aged 99 last
June, a sailor of the war of 1812,
who fought with Perry in 1813 on
Lake Erie; the second, "Billy," a
horse who lias been at the Naval
Asylum for twenty-five years, is 36
years old and has been a pensioner
for fourteen years.
"1 was born on the 15th day of
June, 178G," said Sarvis, straighten
ing his bowed form, shifting his
quid and closing his weather eye,
"and Boston was the place of my
nativity. I haven't been there in
fifty years. I was born in Hanover
street. I used to play on the Com
mon when a boy. They pastured
the Governor's cow there then. My
great grandsire came over on tho
Mayllower nnd my father was a
sailor during the revolutionary war
on the frigate Alliance. He was a
sailniakcr by trade, and made the
first suit of canvas for tho old war
ship Constitution. I worked with
him for a while, but when the war
broke out I listed on the Constitu
tion. I had served an apprentice
ship as blacksmith and entered tho
service as an armorer. In tho fall
of 1812 I was transferred to tho
hikes and reported for duty aboard
tho frigate Niagara, which was com
manded by Capt. Elliott. I after
wards served on the Ohio, under
Dobbins, and then Gen. Pike, under
Chaunccy. I was with Chauncey
on Lake Champlain.
"I did not take part in tho great
naval battlo on Lake Erie, being
ashore at that time superintending
tho transportation of ammunition to
the fleet. We knew that a great
battlo had taken plaes and I started
in a boat with tvo men for Put-in-Bay.
Before wo reached that port
we met Capt. Dobbins, of the Ohio,
in his gig.
" 'Boys,' said he, standing up on
tho stern thwarts, 'there's been a
big battlo and tho fleet's captured.'
" 'Our fleet?' wo cried in dismay.
"'No!' he thundered; 'tho
enemy'B, and you must givo thico
cheers for the Stars and Stripes.'
"Wo gave the cheers with a will
and continued on our course. In
about an hour wo met tho fleet and
1 saw Commodoro Perry and his
little brother, who was a midship
man, as they pulled away from tho
flagship in tho Commodore's barge.
Peiry was a lino man and tho hum
blest sailor liked him. He was very
plesant manueied, of middle hight,
wore a full black beard and his eyes
were as nn eagle's. As we passed
by him wc unshipped our oars and,
standing up, cheered him. He rose
and, bowing, lifted his cocked hat.
When peace was declared I entered
the coasting trade and followed the
seas for years. I'm hero now, and
being the oldest beneficiary they
treat mo like a baby and give mo
everything I want."
THE EVILS OP TOIlACCO.
Sarvis, in his prime, was a man
of splendid physique, five feet eleven
inches tall and weighing 180 pounds.
Ho is still able to walk about and
visits tho city occasionally. For
seventy-five years he has smoked
and chewed excessively and has
never been sick a day. He never
touched liquor until about six
months ago, when tho surgeon
ordered him to drink a bottle of
beer daily. He has been growing
feebler and within the last month
the beer has been changed to milk
punch, of which his ration is a pint.
He cast his first vote for President
Madison in 1809 and has voted the
straight Democratic ticket ever
since. Philadelphia Times.
Heard at any hotel counter within
five minutes: "Hello, old man?
Key of 207, please Where can I
buy a postage stamp? Let me have
a sheet of paper and an envelope
Pitcher of ice-water Take the
elevator Front Want a room with
a bath? Bring the luggage out of
Parlor Q Has Jones paid his bill
yet? When do you expect Billy
Smith? Front When does the
Lake Shore limited go? John, the
gentleman goes on the B. & O.
Give it to the clerk Where is the
bar? Don't care if I do When
did you get in? Put 502 in order
Why, Colonel, good-morning I
thought you weren't coming Have
you had dinner? Want an outside
room? Any telegrams for me?
Give mo my key Front Let me
look at the 'S' mail You don't say
Telephone in the next room He
left last night Front." Chicago
The folowing telegram, relative to
the small-pox in Sydney, is taken
from the Auckland Herald, Oct. 10:
Further cases of small-pox have
developed amongst the persons iso
lated at the quarantine station.
The New Zealand Times notes
the fact of the August mail having
been delivered in England via San
Francisco in thirty three days from
Auckland ; the fastest run on record.
It is said that the girls in the
United States Treasury do not marry
because they know so much about
men. Wc fear these young ladies
make a mistake when they judge all
men by the kind they usually meet
in Washington. Nexo York Gra
phic. A curiosity in the way of funeral
notices is one lately printed in the
Brooklyn papers. It is published in
the columns of notices of deaths,
and is in the usual form in every re
spect, except that it ends with the
suggestive sentence: "He has be
queathed to his young widow 25,
000." Troy Press.
"And, dearest Augustus, when
We arc married you will give mc all
the pin money I want, won't you,
darling?" "Yes, duckie, you shall
buy all pins you can use." "Oh,
deary, that's so nice of you. There's
a beautiful diamond pin down at the
jeweler's that I've wanted for ever
so long." Troy Times.
"I have here," said a sad-eyed
man with a roll of manuscript under
his arm, "a little poem " "Sorry
I can't use it," interrupted the
editor; "but" "On 'Autumn
Leaves,' " continued the sad eyed,
without noticing tho interruption.
"Oh! beg your pardon," said the
editor; "can use it with pleasure.
I was afraid it was a poem on
Jumbo. " Pittsburgh Chronicle.
The wretched work passed off in
the most pretentious papers in enough
to alllict the nerves of tho eye per
manently, while tho poorest ought
to be prohibited by law. Illustra
tion runs mad in every shape. Let
us have better pictures or none at
"Waiter, you can bring me a nice
young chicken smothered in onions?"
"No, sah. We doesn't kill 'em dat
way, sah. Wo cuts off d'er heads."
The most gigantic sharks in tho
world arc wild to bo found near
Australia. Of course this discovery
makes the New York bar mad, but
facts nro facts.
"Personal Dear Ned, comeback ;
all is forgiven. Pa kicked the
wrong man, and didn't know it was
you. Come immediately. May."
jmlaTIio premises nt No. 43 Mer
AfflMaclmnt street, near tho corner of
IIBXIJBFoit street, centrally located
in the business part of tho city. Suita.
bio for a LAW OFFICE, or any other
kind of business. Rent low. Enquire
of DR. STANGENWALD.
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for sale immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Fort Sheet;
Mossrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sts.:
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, llotol St.
A SPECIAL Meeting of the Stock,
holders of tho People's Ice and
Refrigerating Co. (Limited), will be
held nt the Ice Works ou Kulnokahua
Plains on PKIDAY, the 30th Inst., at 10
o'clock a.m. Per order, J. ENA,
102 2t Sec'y P. I. & R. Co.
C II. WOOMIINC8TOX,
GENERAL PURCHASING AGENT.
Special notice to Island orders for
Merchandise of every description, at tho
very lowest rates of commission. Send
for samples of Dry Goods, etc., etc.
Catalogues and pi ice list free by mail
every steamer. Address 330 PINE St.,
SAN FRANCISCO. Rooms 14, IB & 10.
I WILL not ho responsible for nny
debts contracted In my name with
out my written order.
Ilananuuilii, October 0, 1835. 141) Im
BROWN 6s PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumbers, Gas Fitters
and Copper-smiths, No. 71 King street.
Honolulu. EST House and Ship Job
Work promptly executed. 103
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Ofllcc Willi Hustaeo & Ro
bertson. 80 tf
ANEW "-roomed Cottage with a large
vard on tho Asylum rond. Rent
S.O per month.
.1. C. EDWARDS.
To Let Furnished,
AT Kllauca, Kauai, a comfortable
House and Cottage eminently suita
ble for a family wishing to spend a
bhort time in the country. Apply to
120 tf Kllauca Sugar Co., ICauui.
HOUSE & LOT FOR SALE.
The hoiibe nnd premises owned
anil occupied uy W. u. juc.
iWavne. situated on the corner
of 1'oiing and Kceaumoku streets. The
house Is new and contains six rooms be
sides pantry, kitchen, Ac. The lot is
100x137 feet. Stables, carringo and out
houses on the premise. Foi particulars
apply to AVERY & PALMER,
122 No. (10 Port street
AV1NG obtained tho services of a
tlrst-cla Piano Tuner, wc wish
to inform the nubile that wc are able to
Tune and Rep iir Pianos at short notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
attended to. and all work warranted.
1032 ly WEST. HOW & CO.
Dwellinjr House for Sale or
THE largo dwelling house nnd lot
occupied by D. I). Baldwin front
in? on Dole street, at Punahou, and run.
ning thiough to licckwitu street. The
house contains 8 large rooms, 2 pantries,
I bathroom, 4 large closets, kitchen ad
joining There is u large barn with
bcrvant's room on tho grounds, also an
otllce separate from the main building.
The lot is nearly 3 ncres in extent and
affords considerable pasture nnd tire
wood. Everything in good repair. Gov.
eminent water laid on. Ennulro of
1!12 tf B. B. DOLE.
N. F. BURGESS,
84 King street, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter and Ituililer. HaEgngo nnd
Draying and steamer Freight carefully
Carriage painting done by a first-class
workninn nt 78 King street.
Johbinc in above lines attended to with
promptness, nnd charges according to
the amount and quality of work.
Office Telephone, 202. Residence, 152.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The Fino Iron Barque
For low lates of Freight, apply to
UjO 17t TIIEO. H. UAVIES .'. CO.
tier's Stisiij Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, unci thence on the llrsi Monday
following tho arrival of tho Alameda
and Marinosn on the 8ih nnd 22nd of
Tho steamer Kinnu will muko the
Volcano Tilp, reaching Kcnuhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nlghtsjit tho Volcano
When the 8th nnd 22nd of tho month
fall on Monday,Jtho Kliiuu will leave
ST TickeU lor tho Round Trip, $50, which
pays all Cliargoj."a
Tho Kiimu will nrrivo In Honolulu
Sunday morniiigs on Volcano TiIph. On
nilo Trips, will leave Honolulu on
'PiipJd4v9. nnd return Hnturdnv morn.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 1885,
J ALFRED MAQOON,
HI 42 Merchant street, Honolulu.
Dyed unci X'rcMMcd,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
THE FISHER CIDER COMPANY
Factory, 13 Lllilm 9trcet.
ARE now prepared to furnish this
celebrated Champagne Cider at
short notice, and in quantities to suit.
All orders will meet prompt attention
by addressing The Kislicr Cider Co.
M. T. DONNELL, Manager.
Mutual Telcphono 330. 139 ly
Thu undersigned having
taken charge of Bagcacc
Express No. !H. for the
purpose of carrjlng on the Express and
Dray business, hopes by paying strict
attention to business to receive a. share
of public patronage.
E3F" Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. 11. HURGERSON.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and Bc
retania Streets. Mutual Telephone 320.
West, Dow & Co., Tclephonu 179.
' THE ELITE
Ice Cream Parlors !
No. 85 Hotel Street.
Delicious flavored Ice Cream made
from pure Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices,
Sherbets, Ice Cream Drinks and many
other refreshments can bo found always
at this really flrstclaps resort. Choice
Confectionery and Cakes in great
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For the convenience of tho public we
pack orders for Ice Cream in Patent
Refrigerator Cans, which hold from 1 to
40 Quarts, warranted to keep its delight
ful flavor nnd perfect form for many
Mutual Telephone : : U3K
Itcll Telephone : : : I2H
J5Sr"Thc Elite Ice Cream Parlors are
open daily until tl p.m. 38 ly
Will be open every afternoon and even
Ing as follows:
day and Saturday Kvenlnen.
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen nnd children.
Friday ami Saturday Evenings; also, at
tho Tuesday Matinee.
COMING ! COMING ! COMING I
November 8th, 1885,
Prof. jV. P. 33E3IEKSS,
Being the Champion Roller Skater of
England, France and Canada, he offers
a Stnnding Challenge of $1,000 to any
professional who will equal him In
Trick nnd l,-ancy Roller Skating.
Prof. Demcrs' exhibitions consists of
over 200 movements of tho most dllll.
cult, original, novel nnd astounding
feats ever attempted, Mich as his won.
dcrful spin from one to two minutes
making, from two to three hundred re
volutions, and other tricks too numer
ous to mention.
J3T Remember Wonders never ccac;
his wonderful acts must bo seen to be
THOS. E. WALL, Manager.
This elegant Riukihas been painted
and overhauled generally. Tho proprl. .
ctor, finding, af.er long usage, wood
unserviceable for Roller Skating, has
after grcnt expense, laid n "r ,
Patent Composition Floor,
And only asks a trial to convince any
one of its great advantages over wood,
for case in skating, clcauliness,rctc.
Oncn evorv evcnlnc In the week
from 7 to 0). and Wednesday and Sa.
turday afternoons for ladles and cull,
dren. D. P. SMITH, '
120 ly "
Yosemite Mi Kiel
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