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TUESDAY, NOV. fl, m.
Sohr Kulamami fiom Hawaii
Stmr Klnau for Windward Tons
Stmr W G Hall for Windward Ports
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Schr Wniclm for Kauai
Schr Ehukai for Walalua
Schr Millo Morris for Koolau
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Rob Roy for Koolatt
Sehr Sarah & Elba for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINP. TO-MORROW.
Sttnr Kllauca Hon for Windward Poits
Stmr Iwalanl lor Ilamakttu
Schr Kulnniiinu for llonohina
Srhr Luka for Koholalele
Schr Walmalu for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk .lu)ltci'. .lonos
Bktuc W II Dlmond, Houd'ett
Missionary bktue Morning Star, I
Bk Lady Harewood, William:
Bk Ceylon, Ca houu
b'rlir Itertic Minor, Raven
Captain Klbling ha Millleiontly ic
eovered from hi- illness to again take
command of the schooner Waielm.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tni; Athletic Association meets
to-morrow at 3 i m., in Mr. F.
Altt. Sam Xbwlein's horse hitched
to a buggy ran away yesterday after
noon on King street. It was stop
ped without damage after running a
Mit. John Kgan, of the Temple of
Fashion, being about to sail for the
Coast, invited his friends to assem
ble at Wickies' last night for a shin
dig to the euphonious strains of an
Novr.jinnn's Friend is a vigorous
number. It contains an anti-Chinese
article, and discusses the Sun
day and sacerdotal questions. A
contributor gives a historical ketch
of the Kawaiahao Church.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow Messis.
E. P. Adams & Co. will sell the
furniture and effects of the late
Hon. Judge Austin, at the residence
of the deceased. Full particulars
appear in advertisement.
Mil. Patterson has made a frame
to hold the photographs of the win
ning crew in the regatta of 188o.
The crew portrayed in a cluster will
form the center picture, and indi
vidual photographs will be placed
Company 11 of the King's Osn
drills to-night on Fort stieet. Their
new uniforms aie expected by the
Mariposa on Monday nest. This
company v ill give a grand luau on
the night of the lGth of November
in the armory.
Honolulu Rifles and Queen's
Own hold their monthly meetings
to-night, the former at their Armory,
and the latter in the basement of
lolani Palace. Every member of
the Rifles is enjoined to be present,
as the business is of the utmost im
portance. Wiiln the Hazard was four days
off from Hilo on her last trip to the
Coast, a stowaway supposed to he
Raymond made his appearance on
deck. The authorities searched the
vessel previous to her sailing, but
they passed the hiding place of the
Tin; steamer Iwulnni made a note
worthy trip last week. Leaving
Honolulu on Monday afternoon at
live o'clock, she returned on Friday
afternoon at half-past three, having
visited Honokaa and Ivukuihaele,
Hawaii, and brought 3,000 bags of
sugar in time to be forwarded by
the Alameda to San Francisco.
Wn are indebted to the Minister
of Foreign Alfairs for copies of the
report of Mr. K. Seemnn, Hawaiian
Consul at the Azores, from which it
is learned that, during 1881, Portu
guese laborers in these Islands re
mitted to their families in St. Mi
chaels an aggregate of S!13,.r38, in
amounts ranging from gu to above
Gnr.AT pieparations aie being
made for Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
White's good-hyo ball at the Vose
mito rink to-night. It is anticipated
that 250 couples will bo present.
Besides Beigcr's string band to fur
nish music for daucing, the Royal
Australian Ciicus baud has been
generously proffered to play for one
hour from seven o'clock. The
decorations in Hags arc going to be
on tho most elaborate scale.
Mn. Chris. K. Miller, of Wise
man's Business Agency, last even
ing took unto himself a wifo, with
tho assistance of Rev. IS. C. Oggcl.
The bride is Mi&s Minnie Hart, and
tho ceremony was at the house of
Mrs. I email, Waikiki. For some
days previoiibly a gorgeous wedding
cake for the occasion was on exhibi
tion at Mcller & Halbe's fancy
bakery shop. It was surmounted
with the efllgics of a happy couple
beneath a marriage bell.
On Saturday last Marshal J. It.
Sopcr "old at public auction, in
front of the Government building,
Iluelo Sugar Plantation, situated at
Iluelo, Maui. The sale was by vir
tue of an order of the Supremo
Court, to satisfy a judgment of
$110,500 obtained by plaintiff in
the suit of Win. Kenny AVntson vs.
T. Akannliilii and others. The pro
perty was bid in for 800,000 on be
half of Mr. Watson, who is a mem
ber of the firm of Mirrles, Tait &
Watson, of Glasgow, and owner of
the Iluelo sugar mill.
Tin: meeting of the Uoating Asso
ciation last evening, in the King's
boat house, was not a harmonious
one. A bombastic conflict of words
ripened into an offer to light with
lists and the meeting wound up with
disagreement on all sides. It was
I decided, however. Unit a member of a
senior crew, not having won a race
in that class, could become a mem
ber of a junior cicw without com
mitting a breach in boating laws.
The programme of the races for the
lGth was drawn up and ordered pub
lished. BUSINESS ITEMS.
Mits. R. Lovi; has a Cottage
let on Fort Street, above Kukui.
15 1 tf
Ski; those beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street. Ufl 3t
II. Bahcocic, formerly man
ager of the Central Park Skating
Rink, has taken the Rink, and will
keep the Rink open every evening
except Wednesday. Tuesday and
Friday evenings, admission to ladies
free. Music, on Tuesday, Friday
and Saturday evenings.
1GG lw N. II. Baucock.
Mn. and Mrs. J. T. White present
their compliments to their many
friends in Honolulu, aud announce
that the3 will give an entertainment
at the Yosemite skating rink, Queen
street, on Tuesday evening, Novem
ber 3rd, previous to their departure
on the W. II. Dimond for San Fran
cisco. They will be glad to have
their friends meet tlicm there with
parting alohas for a few months.
As their late home, the White House,
spicious as it is, might be over
crowded, Mr. Wall has kindly
placed at their disposal his beautiful
rink for the occasion. They trust
their friends will accept this invita
tion, which is extended most hear
tily. There will be music, skating,
dancing and a general free and easy
evening. Refreshments served at
11 o'clock. Conic one! Come all!
The Hawaiian Band has been en
gaged. Programmes will be fur
nished. Jamls T. AViiiti:,
Mahy Jang Wiiiti:.
Honolulu, Oct. 30lh, 1885.
Yesterday evening, about
o'clock, a native boy about ten or
twelve years old, living in the lane
leading to the Asj'lum, at Palama,
was flying a kite in the rear of a
Chinaman's house. It appears the
child's innocent sport in some way
exasperated the Mongolian, and
rushing from his work ho seized
the youngster by the throat with one
hand ami threatened him with a
sickle held in the other. Some native
men, observing the outrageous pro
ceeding, rushed to the boy's protec
tion and compelled the Chinaman to
release his cruel grip. Seeing her
child safely guarded from further
molestation, the mother ran down
toward town, crying out, "Haul
in!" After a while she returned,
complaining that the policeman she
had summoned was very slow in
responding. A policeman was seen
far behind her, walking leisurely up
the road. The Chinaman appeared
with counsel in tho Police Court this
morning. Ho was remanded.
THE LATE CAPT. BREWER.
The following additional particu
lars of the life of the late Capt.
Brewer, whose death was mentioned
in yesterday's issue, will bo of in
terest to our readers. In 1835 tho
house now bearing his name in Hono
lulu was established by II. A. Pierce
and Chas. Brewer under the stylo of
Piercc-Bicwer. Tho firm and name
was changed in 1813 to O. Brewer
& Co., tho company being C. Brewer,
second, nephew of Capt. Brewer.
Tho seuior partner shoitly afterward
proceeded to Boston and established
there the firm of Charles Brewer
& Company. There has ever
since been an intimate connection
between the Boston and the Hono
lulu houses, the former carrying on
all its extensive business on these
Islands through the latter. Capt.
Brewer first came to tlicso Islands
about 1820 j in 1880 ho was sailing
a vessel between this port and Cali
fornia and the Northwest Coast, and
he has been closely identified with
tho business and other interests of
this kingdom since his first arrival.
In 1884 Capt. Brewer wrote a book
of leminisceuces for piivate circula
tion, and a few copies were sent to
this kingdom. Born March 27tU,
1804, lio was above 81 years of ago
nt death. Ho has Lft tin co sons
and one daughter the latter, named
Eliza, now living at Jamaica Plains,
Boston. One of the sons i3 Mr. W.
P. A. Brewer, lesiding at Mnkawao,
Island of Maui, and tho other two
arc Edward and Joseph, who have
had active charge of tho Boston firm
for several years. Another son, John
I)., a partner in the firm of C.
Brewer & Co., died here on Decem
ber loth, 1870. Capt. Brewer's
wife died some years ago.
SUDDEN DEATH OF A BANDSMAN.
Kahoa, a member of the Royal
Hawaiian Band for the past fifteen
years, died very suddenly last even
ing. He had not been in good health
for some time, but played with his
comrades in the several concerts of
Saturday. Even at sundown yes
terday lie was walking round with
Mr. Bcrger, bandmaster. About
six o'clock he went homo and lay
down, complaining in a few minutes
of internal pains. Suddenly u sharp
sttugglc supervened and in a moment
lie was dead. Kahoa was a consis
tent member of Kawaiahao church,
well-liked and respected for his
agreeable qualities, and a total ab
stainer from liquor. Mr. Bcrger,
upon being informed of his death,
summoned Dr. Fitch, who certified
that death had been caused by aneu
rism of the heart. Deceased leaves
a widow on Maunakca street. His
funeral occurs at three o'clock this
afternoon. Owing to the sad event,
the band concert nt Emma Squaro
last evening was omitted.
THE ASYLUM TRACEDY.
Kahele is the name of the native
maniac who killed a Chinese fcllow
paticnt at the Asylum yesterday.
Ah Fat is the name of his victim,
and both occupied cells adjoining
each other. The homicide was ad
mitted to the institution on August
9th last, and has been a dangerous
maniac from the first, having to be
restrained with a straight jacket and
a chain. His victim entered on Au
gust 10th, was a weak and not vio
lent man, always in dread of being
killed by somebody. Yesterday
morning at half-past six the patients
were let out of the cells for the
usual recreation, excepting Kahele,
who could never be trusted loose.
Ah Fat stole away from the others,
and going into his neighbor's cell
was sot upon by Kahele, who
knocked him down and broke his
neck. Mr. Wright, superintendent,
was absent in town on business.
Ivuhaleloa, assistant keeper, was
cleaning the room on the other side
of All Fat's. Ho heard a slight
noise, and, suspecting something
wrong, entered Kahele's room.
There he found the Chinaman face
downward on the floor, blood issuing
from his mouth and nose, and the
powerful native holding him down
by the back of the neck. Ah Fat
was dead. Mr. Wright returning
shortly, at once went back to town
for Dr. Webb, Asylum Physician,
and Deputy Marshal Dayton. An
inquest was held yesterday after
noon, when the foregoing facts were
elicited and a verdict in accordance
Another large audience attended
the Royal Australian Circus last
evening, when the third programme
of the series was presented. The
horizontal bar exercises, forming the
opening piece, were of a novel des
cription, some of the feats being in
credible except to sight. Another
novelty wa3 the performance on the
imperial ladders, in which Culvert,
the giant of the troupe, held two
ladders up while the acrobats went
through a great variety of feats upon
them. The introduction of an
equestrian monkey produced un
bounded mirth. Buugaroo gave a
fresh exhibition of his marvellous
skill in pedal balancing, which was
enthusiastically applauded. In the
closing piece wrestling and the may
pole dance were introduced, and
several comic characters mado lots
of fuu, while in the steeplechase an
exhibition of riding over fences was
given, which, considering the cir
cumscribed ground, could not be
surpassed, probably, by any hunt
club in tho world. For the re
mainder of the week, performances
will bo given on Thursday evening
and Saturday afternoon and evening.
AN ALLECED OUTRAGE.
From very good authority, wo
learn that an event has happened at
Hakalau plantatiou, which has caused
the greatest indignation and excite
ment amongst tho Portuguese of
that district. Hcliahlo accounts
present the matter in tho following
A Portuguese who had gone into
tho manager's olllce, was shoved out
very brutally by one of the employ
ees, pushing him by the shoulders.
When out of tho ofllcc tho fellow
resented the insult by threatening
his biutal adversary with a lioo he
had in hand, if such a thing was re
peated. The manager than' had the
man arrested, and some kanakas
who went uftcr him began pounding
him unmercifully without any pro
vocation, and reduced him to such a
miserable state that he had to be
carried on stretchers to Hilo, where
ho appeared before the judge, who
condemned him to S25 dollars line
and one mouth imprisonment, but
never said a word to the kanaka who
had so unmercifully treated him.
Tho.shcriff of Hilo, like a courteous
Jesuit, did not do any thing cither,
for the time of elections is too near
to hand, but it is to bo hoped that
tho Portugues'e consul will not allow
things to pass in that way ; other
wise, it would lio well to advise tho
Portuguese to arm themselves and
protect themselves, if tho authorities
are so one sided and unjust. When
justice ceases to be so, every one is
authorized to look out for himself.
A Lover op Justice.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
Monday, Nov. 2nd.
Bcforo Mr. Justice Preston.
Stafford L. Austin and others vs.
C. Brewer & Co. and others. Ash
foul and Ashford and L. A. Thurs
ton for plaintiffs, F. M. Hatch for
defendants. Healing on motion (lied
by defendants to modify the injunc
tion herein. The Court heard the
argument of counsel and granted
the motion by ordering that so much
of the injunction as restrains the
defendants and those claiming under
them from doing any act to enforce
payment of the bonds of the Ono
mca Sugar Company bo dissolved.
The ground taken for said dissolu
tion is that sinco the issuing of said
injunction said bonds have matured
and become due, and default had
been made in the payment of tho
The Onomea Sugar Company vs.
Herbert C. Austin and Franklin H.
Austin. F. M. Hatch for plaintiff,
Ashford and Ashford and L. A.
Thurston for defendants. Counsel
for plaintiff this morning filed a
motion to the effect that said defen
dants be summoned to appear in
person before the Court and show
cause why they should not be pun
ished for contempt of Court in dis
obeying the injunction issued in this
case. The Court set to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock for hearing
Bishop & Co. vs. Lorrin A. An
drews, of Makawao, Maui. Bill in
equity for foreclosure of mortgage.
F. M. Hatch for plaintiffs, W. A.
Whiting for defendant. The de
fendant submitted himself to judg
ment of the Court. The Court
ordered a decree in favor of plain
tiffs, and directed the clerk to com
pute the amount due upon the mort
gage, and that the sale ofthe mort
gagor 8 propertv take place on
Thursday, December 10,
Counsel for defendant said
Andrews was insolvent.
Monday, Nov. 2nd.
Kualia, Kamohalii, Lewalo, Mai
apo, Lewis Gonsalves, and Ivcahi,
8G each, and Poina, 811 for drunk
enness. Tuksday, Nov. 3rd.
Malo and Bila Loloma were fined,
each, $5 and costs for drunkenness.
Bila Loloma also got five days at
hard labor for assault and battery.
For driving expresses for hire, John
Dcgravcs, Alii, and Ah Loka were
each fined 85 and costs S3. AVaile
hua, for furious and heedless driv
ing, was mulct in the sum of 89.
Monday, Nov. 3rd.
Chung Tin vs. Kaoiwai, assump
sit, 827. Mr. Magoon for plaintiff;
Mr. Dole for defendant. Judgment
for plaintiff. Appeal noted to In
James Dodd vs. J. E. "Wiseman,
assumpsit for 102.50. Averj' for
plaintiff; Kinney & Peterson for
defendant. Judgment for plaintiff
$18.50, commission and costs $12.50.
Appeal noted by both parties to
The Pino Bui I;
will sail for HONGKONG on
J-in.tiiviIu.y next, TLH iiiMt.
acoinmodatlou for eablu
Apply on board, or to
ClIA'N & CO., Nuuanu
T. II. WILLIAMS. Master.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
& ThoFino Iron Hirque
NOVK M XJ XO X8. i h.
For low rates of Freight, apply to
160 17t THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
AV1NG obtained tho tervices of a
flnt-class Piano Tuner, wo wish
to Inform tho public that wo nro able to
Tune and Repair Pianos at fhorl notice.
All orde.-s left with us will bo promptly
attended to, and all work warrantid.
1033 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
I BEG to lnfoim my friend nud cue.
lomcrs that I liao removed my
pliico of business from No. 88 Hotel
Lincoln's Shop, King Street,
whoro I will bo on hand to attend
to all orders for
House and Ship Painting, Paper
at price to iiill the times.
O. U. PATTERSON,
160 lm Lincoln'9 Shop, King Strett.
FANNING'S TsLAND GUANO In
qnnntltlrs to suit. Applv to the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION' CO.
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OE FASHION.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and correct,
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Ofllco with Hustaec it Ro.
borlson. 89 tf
HPIIK largu dwelling
house and lot
JL occupied by D. D.
hie on Dole street, at Punahou. and run
ning tin on gh to Beckwith street. The
house contains 8 large rooms, 2 pantries,
1 bathroom, 4 large closets, kitchen nil.
joining. There Is a largo bam with
servant's room on the giounds, also an
office separate from the main building.
The lot is nearly 2 acres in extent and
affords considerable pusturo and fire
wood. Everything in good icpair. Gov
eminent water laid on. Enquire of
132 If 8. B. DOLE.
Will be open every afternoon and even.
Ing as follows-
ilny and Haturday KvenlngH.
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
Tnemlny Af (crnooiiM,
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Friday and Siturday Evenings; also, at
the Tuesday Matinee.
COMING ! COMING ! COMING 1
November Stli, 1885,
Prof. A. P. aOEIMGEJRS,
Eeing the Champion Roller Skater of
England, France and Canada, ho offers
a Standing Challenge of $1,000 to any
professional who will equal him In
Trick and .fancy Roller Skating.
Prof. DemeiV exhibitions consists of
over 200 movements of the most diffi
cult, original, novel and 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.
EST Remember Wonders never cease;
his wonderful acts must bo been to be
THOS. E. WALL, Manager.
N. F, BURGESS,
81 King street, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter ami Itniltler. Ituccnsc mid
Draylng and steamer Fielght carefully
Carriage painting done by a flrht-class
workman at 78 King street.
Jobbing in above lines attended to with
pinmptncss, and charges according to
the amount and quality of work.
Ofllco Telephone, 202. Residence, 152.
rpiIE undersigned oflors for sale
X. Rooted Grape Vines (7 months
old), and Fig Plants, now growing at
bis place on Punchbowl, opposite tho
Royal School. He will also attend to
tho transplanting nnd treatment of
same. LUIZ OUERRA,
102 lw Punchbowl.
C. II. WOOIUIKUTOX,
GENERAL PURCHASING AGENT.
Special notlro to Island orders for
Merchandise of every description, at tho
very lowest rates of commlhslnu. Send
for samples of Dry Giiods, etc., etc.
Catalogue-, and piieo lid free by mail
every ot( inner. Addles HtfO PINE St.,
SANFRANCIeCO. Rooms. II, 1(5 & 10.
To Lot Furnished,
AT Kllauca, Kauai, a comfortable
House and Cottago eminently suita
ble for a family wUhing to opend a
short time in tho country. Apply to
180 tf Kllauca Sugar Co., Kauai.
HOUSE & LOT FOR SALE.
flm aTIip bouse and premises owned
WgUgSand occupied by W. D. Mc
UBeJUl Wayne, si touted on the corner
of "Young and Keeaumoku streets. Tho
houbo 1h new and contains tix rooms bo.
hides pantry, kitchen, &c. The lot is
100x137 feet. Stables, canlago and out
houfes on tho premli-en. Fur particulars
apply to AVERY & PALMER,
lii No. 00 Fort street
TosGmitB Skating Hint
not bo re?oon8iblo for any
debts contracted in my name with
out my written order.
llanamnulu, October 0, 18S0. 140 Im
WMer's Stmsliip Co.
Commencing on Monday, Ootobcr
12th, and thence on the first Monday
following the anlval of the Alameda
and Mariposa on the 8th and 22nd of
The steamer ICinnu will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching' Kcauhou on
Wednesday mcrnlng, giving Tourists
two days and two nightsjit the Volcano
When the 3th and 22nd of the month
fall on Monday ,thc Kinan will leave
GET Tickets for the Round Trip. $50, which
pays all Chargos.-gSu
The Kinnu will arrive in Honolulu
Sundav mornings on Volcano Tilps. On
Hilo Trips will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Saturdav morn
lng. WILDER'SSTMSIIIP OO.
Honolulu, Sept. 1 1, 183C. 124 tf
Central Park Slating Hiuk
This elegant Kink has been painted
and overhauled generally. The propri
etor, finding, after long usage, wood
unserviceable for Roller Skating, lias
after great expense, laid a
Patent Coipsition Floor
And only asks atrial to convince any
ono of its great advantages over wood,
for case in skating, cleanliness, etc.
Bfiy Open every evening in the week
from 7 to 0J, and Wednesday aud Sa
turday Afternoons for ladies and chil
drcn. D. P. SMITH.
Tlifa Paper goes into most of the
English-speaking households of
Honolulu. It is unquestionably the
Best Medium of Pulilicily
for business men desirous of bring
ing their wares to the notice of tho
Monthly tiottlemeutM at
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