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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4,18857
Stmr G R Bishop from Kauai via Wol-
nlita and Walanae
Slim- .las Mnkce from Knpnsi
Bktne Discovery from San Fimiotfi'n
Hk Ceylon for Port Townseiul '
Stmr Kllauea Hon for Windward Ports
Stmr Iwnlant for llamaktm
Hchr l.iikn for Kohohilehs
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sulir Kiilmniiutt for llonohlna
Schr Wnimalu for Laupahoelioc
VESSELS IH PORT.
Flk Jiiiltcr, Jonus
llktitu Wll Dlmoml, Iloud'ctt
Missionary bkhm Morning Star, I I J ray
13k Lady flarewood, Williams
For Windward Ports, per W G Hall,
November 3 G 0 Nakayama. Vieount
T Tori. A Eno? and wife, J Robollo,
wife and family, A Spencer, II U Atkins
and 83 deek.
For Kauai, per Planter, November
3 Mis May Green, K L Kntial, Ills
Excellency Gov J' P Kanoii, lion G II
Paloliau. T T Kalaeone, U Lneli, II
Foeke. E Suelr, A Mulhydc. .1 Pahtti
llnia, Mls D Dalnim, Ml' C K Ernet
berger and "5 deek.
For Windward Forts, per Kinnu,
November ti Chas Notlcv and wife,
Miss Xotlcy. Mrs S G Wilder and ser
vants. A F Hopke, O W Ashford, W W
Goodale. W Green, A C Smith, II O
Austin, Justice EPieston. W A Whit
ing. W L Wilcox. W Fehlber, Hon Sam
Parker and wife, Mrs 0 L Wight, A
Horner, F 0 Forsyth, A Rarncs, T
Buchanan. W L Holokaliiki. Miss Mary
Ulll. .1 II. Miss Makannl and liiO deek. '
From Kauai via Waialua and AVaia
nac, per 0 It Bishop, November:! II
A Widcmanu. ,T II Patv, Mrs II Mae
farlane. Mrs F Hnsting-T, AV T Rhoads
and 33 deek.
The bark Ceylon was towed to sea by
tho Elcu this afternoon.
The Jupiter will sail for San Fran
cisco on Monday next.
The AV 11 Dlmoml is in the stream.
Tho AV S Bowne, a new three-masted
schooner, will shortly sail from San
Francisco for this port consigned to
Schaefcr & Co.
Stmr .Tas Makec arrived lids morning
from Kapaa with no freight. The purser
reports rough weather at the above
place. She sails.on Monday.
Stmr C It Bishop brought CO bags of
rice. She sails on Fritlav morning at
8 o'clock for AVaianae. AVaialua, Ki
lauea and Hanalei. The purser reports
very fine weather along the Bishop's
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Read the new advertisements.
Silveii is not taken for taxes in
amounts over ten dollars..
A PonTUGur.si: man prowls about
the premises of Kali hi residents at
Tin: trustees of the Library Asso
ciation hold a regular meeting in the
hail to-morrow evening.
Mn. Justice Preston has gone to
Waimca, Hawaii, to hold a term of
the Third Judicial Court.
Lyons & Conr.x announce an ex
tensive list of articles for their
regular cash sale to-morrow.
IJev. Geo. Wallace will deliver a
brief lecture at the prayer meeting
in St. Andrew's Cathedral this
A laugi: hole made on Kakaako
road by the steam roller several
days ago still exists and is both un
sightly and dangerous.
Mn. Pi. S. Smith, formerly editor
of the Saturday Press, is now
editor of the San Mateo County
(Cal.) Times and Gazette.
Tub Planters' Monthly for Octo
ber is a very fat number, containing
48 pages, nearly all filled with the
proceedings of the late Planters'
Viscount Tori, Secretary of tho
Japanese Consulate, and Mr. G.
Nakayama, Inspector, have gone to
"Hawaii to visit Japanese laborers on
Uexky Kalioa, tho bandsman who
died suddenly Monday night, was
buried yesterday with military
honors. The Pov. II. II. Parker
conducted the religious services.
Tin: theme of the Pethel Union
meeting to-night will be, "Parables
on Prayer " Litko 18: 114.
There, -will he a business meeting
after the prayer meeting.
Gitovi: Ranch Plantation Company
has elected olllcers for the ensuing
year, as follows : President, S. B.
Dole j Vice-President, A. II. Smith ;
Secretary, W. A. Kinney; 'Irea-
surer, .). li.
J. II, Paty.
Atherton : Auditor,
Do not fail to read Mr. Horn's
new advertisement in this issue.
Tho productions of his establish
ment, like "good wine," need "no
'bush." His wedding cako and con
fectionery stand as household pro
verbs for dainty excellence,
Messrs. II. E. Mclntyre & Bro.
always keep a fresh and varied stock
of groceries, provisions and feed, nt
their spacious establishment, east
corner of Fort nnd King streets.
They will hereafter keep themselves
in communication with tho public
through the columns of tho Bulletin.
A srnscnit'TiON list to provide for
the expenses of tho regatta lies at
Messrs. J. M. Uat & Co.'s store, in
charge of Mr. A. M. Ilcwclt, and
the public who are to enjoy the
sport are expected to be liberal.
The programme of events a fairly
lengthy otic is advertised in this
Tiiuni: was not a very large at
tendance at the sale of the late
Judge Austin's effects this morning.
Fair prices were, however, obtained,
Mr. Morgan, of E. P. Adams &
Co., officiating. The piano brought
300. There was no bid for the
house anil lot, which were conse
At Fort Street Church this even
ing the subject will be "Home
Missions." Mr. F. W. Damon will
speak of the Chinese ; Dr. Hyde, of
the work among llawaiians and
other nationalities, and the North
Pacillc Institute; Rev. Ar. C. Mer
ritt, of Education and Oalui Col
lege; Mrs. Sottthwick and Mrs.
McCully, of Fort Street Church
city mission work.
Tin: purser of the steamer Jas.
Makec reports a fire at Hanamaulu
last week. A native grass dwelling
house was accidentia' set on lire by
a boy smoking a cigarette. The
house burned very rapidly and a
cane field close by was in danger.
A force of men from the steamer
was sent ashore to light the flames.
The dwelling was totally destroyed
and some large trees standing about
fifty yards to leeward of the fire
were badly burnt.
While the ball at the rink was in
full blast last night a runaway horse
and buggy passed the building at
a furious rate. Although both sides
of the street were lined with express
carriages the runaway passed with
out colliding with any of them. Mr.
Geo. Patterson, express driver,
jumped in behind the runaway car
riage and succeeded in stopping the
horse before reaching Fort street.
Two policemen then came marching
up, took charge of the team, drove
it to the Station House, and of
course claimed the honors of the
Sun Jhose beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street. 1G7 3t
N. II. Baucock, formerly man
ager of the Central Park Skating
Rink, lias taken the Rink, and will
keep the Rink open every evening
except Arednesday. Tuesday and
Friday evenings, admission to ladies
free. Music, on Tuesday, Friday
and Saturday evenings.
100 tv N. II. Babcock.
SSS" LOOK OUT FOR HENRY
DAVIS & CO.'S SPECIAL AN-
NOUNCEMENT ON ARRIVAL
OF THE S. S. MARIPOSA, "a
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
In connection with tho intended
removal of tho exhibition building
from Kapiolani Park to the Govern
ment Nursery, the Royal Hawaiian
Agricultural Society proposes to put
up tho building without the floor,
and make the interior attractive b'
a few ferneries, etc. When not
occupied for show purposes, the
building will be used as a propagate
ing house. This, it is is believed,
will facilitate the work of raising
certain useful and ornamental plants
for distribution or otherwise, which
for want of such a shelter cannot
now be cultivated. For tho purpose
above mentioned the sum of $500 is
needed, and a subscription has been
started. The list is in the hands of
Mr. Jaeger, and already contains
8235, subscribed by fifteen persons
in various amounts.
A few days ago wo published a
selection from an American paper,
containing some reminiscences of a
naval veteran named Sarvis, who
said his father was on board the
U. S. man-of-war Alliance during
the Revolutionary war. Hon. AV. 0.
Parke has informed a reporter of
this paper that he has the ofllcial
lists of the Allianco company at
that period, and the' do not contain
the name of Sarvis, but the man
indicated may have been on board
under a different name. Mr. Parke
has certified copies of tho records of
the Alliance, when the crew of that
ship mutinied in French waters
against Capt. Paul Jones, the latter
I having gone insane. Tho grand
father of Mr. Parke was captain of
marines on the vessel at the time,
and was selected by the Navy De
partment at Washington to main
tain order on board during the
LAST NIGHT'S BALL.
The farewell ball and entertain
ment given last evening by Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. AVhitc at the Yoscmitc
Rink was attended by large num
bers of young and old ; trades, pro
fessions and nations were well re
presented in the company. Skating
was well under way by eight
o'clock. This lively pastime was
engaged in for a little over an hour,
when the floor was cleared for the
more exciting enjoyment, to those
able to appreciate it, of the whirling
mazes of the dance. Bandmon from
the Royal Hawaiian Band, aided by
a number of the musicians of the
Royal Australian Circus, supplied
the music, which, it is needless to
add, was all that could bo desired.
The company was liberally treated,
at ten o'clock, to ice cream and cake.
The interior of the rink was hand
somely decorated with Hawaiian,
United States, British, German,
French, Italian, Mexican and other
flags, artistically arranged, while a
full set of signal colors from the
Ar. II. Dimond hung the entire
length of the building over tho cen
ter. The word FAREWELL, in
large letters of evergreen, extended
over one end of the building, with
J. T. W. in smaller caps beneath.
The outside of the rink Hashed with
many colored Chinese lanterns, en
casing the doorway, extending across
the street, and arching the front
from the ground to the peak of the
roof. The dance went gaily on till
about midnight, when the company
dispersed well' pleased with the
evening's entertainment, with many
alohas to their genial host and
hostess, and heartily wishing them
"bon voyage" and an early return
to their adopted Hawaiian home.
THE MOLOKAI TRACEDY.
The tug Eleu returned from Molo
kai yesterday afternoon with Mr.
Gibson and party. From the semi
official report in the Advertiser,
which as usual was the only paper
afforded press privileges, it appears
that two men died from tho wounds
inflicted by the furious leper, Mo
nona, and a third is not out of
danger. There is no doubt that tho
crime was premeditated, as the mur
derer had carried the butcher knife,
with which it was committed, from
the day previous to the murder. He
made no sign of malice until his two
children were put on board with the
others. Suddenly he attacked the
acting sheriff, Kanohooahu, stabbing
him twice in tho abdomen and once
in the shoulder. Another leper,
Lohiloa, held his victim to be
slaughtered. Next the ruffian made
a lunge at Kaimulau, the butcher,
who was standing by, stabbing him
also in the abdomen. Here a man
named Mahiki interfered, and he re
ceived the second descending stroke
in the groin, sustaining a severe
wound. Closing with the murderer,
Mahiki threw him down, seized the
knife and broke the blade off. He
was about to strike the desperado
with tho broken knife, when Father
Damien interposed, took the knife
from him and threw it on the ground.
Kanohooahu declined to lie down
until the shipping was all effected,
as there was nobody to perform his
duties. This was all on Thursday,
and Kanohooahu and Kaimulau, who
was his nephew, both died between
that and Saturday, when an inquest
In the meantime Monona had
been arrested, together with his ac
complice, Lohiloa, and consigned to
the hospital prison in irons. The
prisoners have been committed for
trial by Mr. Myers, superintendent
of the settlement, to tho next term
of Court at Lahaina in December.
Wednesday, Nov. 4.
An old offender, Napoleon, was
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for ten days, and costs $2 for
drunkenness. Ah Hin, driving an
unlicensed express, had 828 to put
up. A. Hewitt, on a charge of
common nuisance, allowing a savage
dog to go at large, was fined $4,
and costs 8 1.40.
HOW TO EAT AN OYSTER.
Don't drown him deep in vinegar,
Or season him at all;
Don't cover up his shining form
AVIth pepper, like a pall;
Hut gently lift him from his shell
And thinly hold your breath,
Then, with your eager tongue and
Just tickle him to death.
New York Journal
"Mildred!" "Yes, mamma."
"What are you doing with the band
box V" Tho fair girl hung low her
head, and a blush mantled her rosy
cheek. "Speak, child," continued
the mother sternly. "Speak, I say.
What aro you doing with that band
box?" Mildred Maguire looked up
defiantly. "I cannot tell a lie,
mother," sho said calmly. "I stolo
your bandbox to make a bustlo for
my Mother Hubbard." "Foolish
girl," murmured the mother, fondly.
"Why don't you use u hogshead
and go in stylo?"
There now seems to be but ono
universal commercial principle, and
that is that the cholera should never
stand in the way of landing a thousand-dollar
cargo. Missouri Re
publican. It is worthy to remark that T. B.
O. T. D. A. F. T. T. S. O. T. L. T.
stands for the Toronto Branch of
the Dominion Alliance for tho total
Suppression of the Liquor Traffic.
Still we do not totally abandon the
hope of annexing Canada some day.
Jury duty is one of the most effec
tive services that the private citizen
can render the State. Louisville
Commercial. Some private citizens
of this city hang around the courts
and make a living by their ''effec
tive services" in that way. Tho
"jury-fixer" knows them.' N. Y.
A Belfast gentleman and wife
wore riding out ono day recently and
stopped at a house on Northport
avenue, and asked for a drink of
milk. The young lady informed him
that they had only skimmed milk,
which the gentleman said would do.
After drinking the man insisted up
on paying for it, but the young lady
refused. She finally said, "Wc
want no pay, we give skimmed milk
to pigs." Belfast Journal.
A correspondent writes that this
is the way tho President receives
Maine office seekers: "Perhaps 1
have been to sec you often enough,''
suggested one of the delegation
which was in Washington on the
Portland Custom House business.
"Yes, 1 think you have," was the
reply, and the questioner took the
train that night for home. Lewis
ton, Maine, Journal.
The Mayor of Lincoln, Neb., has
taken a radical stand on the temper
anco question, and thereby bitterly
offended a powerful clement of the
population. He received a ghastly
warning some days ago, a coffin
being left at his door, but, in no
way daunted, lie promptly sold the
coffin and turned the money over to
the local temperance society.
No. 60 Nuuanu Street.
THE Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of E. O. Hall & Son, Lim
Ited. will be held at their olllce, Fill
DAY, Nov. Oth, at 10 o'clock a.m.
107 3t L. C. ABLES. Secretary.
A PORTUGUESE, knowing all the
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 M. A. GONSALVES & Co.,
151, W&S, lm Queen Street.
The Pino Hark
will sail for HONGKONG on
JSn.tiirIy next, 'T'tli iuwt.,
Has good acommodation for cabin
passengers. Apply on board, or to
"WING AVO CHAN & CO., Nuuanu
T. H. "WILLIAMS, Master.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ap- The Fine Iron Barque
For low rates of Freight, apply to
150 17t TIIEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
THE FISHER CIDER COMPANY
Factory, 111 Liliha street.
ARE now prepared to furnish this
celebrated Champagne Cider at
bliort notice, and in quantities to suit.
All orders will meet prompt attention
by addressing The Flslier Cider Co.
M. T. BONN ELL, Manager.
Mutual Telephone IVM. VM ly
T WILL not bo responsible for any
JL debts contracted in my nanus witn
out my written order.
Httiiumauhi, October 9, 1880. l-ti lm
DK. BKINKEHHOFF'S system of
Rectal Treatment. A now treat,
ment for Hemorrhoid', Fistula and other
diseases of tho rectum, by n process
sure, safo and painless.
N. F. BURGESS,
84 King street, : : Honolulu.
Coriicnlor unci Ilullder. Jlneanet) ana
Draying nnd steamer Freight carefully
Carriage painting done by n llrst-clabs
workman nt 78 King street.
Jobbing in above lines attended to with
promptness, and charges according to
the amount and quality of work.
Ofllce Telephone, 202. Beaidence, 1CS.
I BEG to inform my friends and cus
tomers that I luivo removed my
place of business from No. 88 Hotel
Lincoln's Shop, King Street,
whcic I will bo on hand to attend
to all orders for
House and Ship Painting, Paper
at price? to suit the times,
(J. li. PATTERSON,
160 lm Lincoln's Shop, King Street.
FANNING'S ISLAND GUANO In
quantities to suit. Apply to the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Hooks and Accounts neatly and correct
ly kept, also all kinds of copying at
tended to. Oflleo with Hustaco iV: Ro
bcitson. SO If
Dwelling House for Sale or
THE Uui;e dwellinc house and lot
occupied by D. D. Baldwin front
ing on Dole street, at Punahou, and run.
ning through to Beckwith street. The
house contains S large rooms, 2 pantries,
1 bathroom, 4 large closets, kitchen ad
joining. There Is n large ham with
servant's room on the grounds, also an
office separate from the main building.
The lot is nearly 2 acres in extent and
affords considerable pasture and fire
wood. Everything in good repair. Gov-
ernment water lain on. enquire ot
S. B. DOLE.
Yosemite Mi MI.
Will be open every afternoon and even
ing as follows:
day and Saturday KrenlngH.
To the public In general.
J'"X11 X A-TkT EVENINGS,
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings; also, at
the Tuesday Matinee.
COMING ! COMING ! COMING I
November 8th, 1 88S,
3?roi: JS.. T?. DEMURS,
Being 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 i''ancy Roller Skating.
Prof. Dcmcrs' exhibitions consists of
over 200 movements of tho most difil
cult, original, novel and astounding
feats over attempted, such as his won
derful spin from one to two minutea
making, from two to three hundred re
volutions, and other tricks too numer
ous to mention.
Q3T Remember Wonders never cease;
his wonderful acts must bo been to be
THOS. E. WALL, Manager.
VI Queen street,
Steamer -"J. I. Dowsett,"
Rob Roy, Milo Morris, and Josephine.
SAJL.ni FOR SAJL.E.
Fine nnd coarse Puuloa Silt ; flue
Kakaako Salt, in quantities to suit.
Also, lnrgo and small Iron Water
Tanks. Paints. Oil-. Etc., Km. Oil ly
C. II. WOOOUNGTON,
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 price list free by mall
every steamer. Address 380 PINE St.,
SAN FRANCISCO. Rooms 14, 10 & 10.
To Let Furnished,
AT Kllauea, Kauai, a comfortable
House and Cottage eminently suita
ble for a family wishing to spend a
bhort time in tho country. Apply to
180 tf Kllauea Sugar Co., Kauai.
HOUSE & LOT FOR SALE.
The houso and premises owned
and occupied by w. U. we
Wayne, situuted ou tho corner
of "Voting and Kecaunioltu streets. The
houbo 1h new and contains six rooms be.
sidos pantry, kitchen, &c. Tho lot ig
100x137 feet. Stables, carriage and out
houses ou tho premises. For particulars
apply to AVERY & PA LMEH,
123 No. 00 Fort street
HAVING obtained tho services of a
llrst-class Piano Tuner, wo wish
to inform the public that wo are ablo to
Tuno and Repuir Piano at short notice.
All orders left with us will bo promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1033 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
Mill's Stmsbip Co.
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thence on tho tlrsi Monday
following the arrival of the Alameda
and Mariposa on tho 8th and 22nd of
The steamer innu will make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Keauhou on
"Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days and two nlghtat the Volcano
When the 8th and 22nd of the month
fall on Monday Jthe Kinan will leave
GET Tickets lor Iho Round Trip. $50, which
pays iill Chargos.-a
The Kinnu will arrive in Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On
Ullo Trips, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Saturday morn
ings. WILDEU'S STMRHl'P CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 14, 183.". 121 tf
This elegant Rink has been painted
aud overhauled generally. Tho propri
ctor, finding, atter long usage, wood
unserviceable for Roller Skating, has
after grcat.cxpcnsc, laid a
Pales! Gompsilion Floor,
And only asks a trial to convince any
one of its great advantages over wood,
for case in skating, cleanliness, etc.
16?" Open every evening in the week
from 7 to 9, and Wednesday aud Sa.
turday afternoons for ladies and chil
dren. D. P. SMITH.
Ice Cream Parlors !
No. 85 Hotel Street.
Delicious flavored Ice Cream made
from pure Dairy Cream, Fruit Ices,
Sherbets, Ico Cream Drinks and many
other refreshments can bo found always
at this really first-class resort. Choice
Confectionery and Cnkes in great
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
For the convenience of the 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 and ;perfect form for many
BfifTho Elite Ice Cream Parlors are
open dally until 11 r.M. 88 ly
MELLER & HALBE'S
Ice Cream Parlor
Lincoln's lock, King; m
ABFlne AHMortment or
Candies & Cake
AlM'liyH OH lluml
Cental Park Skating M
Gor. Ber slania & Fnacbl) owl